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


Streets and marts were built by the Land League at a cost of £20,000 or more.

His love of nature is equaled only by his love of the ways and marts of men.

Howbeit they are constreined to vse it, and there to make their marts.

We love our country for her credit in all the marts of the world.

"The insolence of wealth and the garishness of its marts are disappearing," I told her.

One of these marts was situated in Lancaster County, and another in Stafford.

And for pictures there are but three marts in the world—Rome, London, and Paris.

Her accent is not of the farm, but of the town, and smacks wholly of the marts of trade.

He tells how all countries traded in its marts and contributed to its wealth.

The marts are very far off, provisions difficult to be provided.