Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Oh, there are wags enough, I grant; not funnier d——ls in the world.

It converts the Tuscan ls into ds, and its es and os into is and us.

He was sent by a scientific body in Copenhagen to report on the flora of the islands of Anholt and Ls.

Double l in the main text was printed as two ls with a single connecting line.

Billy stared across the court to where the columned vestibule, uniting the two Ls, indicated the door.

The crime of ls majestatis, which others bring forward with frightful clamour,—let this be to you a very small matter.

Not one of the eleven was earning anything except the father, who was working for ls.

In the median ventral part of the procephalic region there arises the labrum (fig. 187, ls).

Cibber himself played an active role in the creation of the position of stage manager or "under-manager" (LS, 3, I, xcvi).

The cast list is the same as that in the text reprinted here (LS, 3, I, 390).