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


Oh, if a man only could live up to the verses he cuts out of magazines!

In addition, there were as many of books and magazines as she could wish.

A form of expression peculiar to the Land beyond the Magazines.

It was the solemn note of a battleship destroyed by its own magazines.

Again I sent out some of my sketches, again the magazines sent them back.

Is that where you grind out the things the magazines reject?

She saw piles of books and collections of magazines and papers.

Shells came up from the magazines and were piled by the guns.

His short stories were bid for by the magazines, and his prices climbed and climbed.

He had become that curiosity of modern civilisation—a writer for the magazines.