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


Circuses—the big ones, with menageries—have a tradition: "the show must go on."

They were informed, however, that Lucullus had them all the year in his menageries.

There can be no doubt that the show-bill pictures of the menageries were in colors.

My companion and I had both seen lions in shows and menageries, as who has not?

Nature books are like menageries—the animals are caught and caged for you.

In menageries, too, the normal conditions of breeding are absent.

In our European menageries the specimens nearly all die of consumption.

There are no fewer than three menageries, all on a small scale.

His nostrils filled with the foreign odor of menageries and aquariums.

I also undertake the establishment of menageries all over the world.