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


She has nothing to do with middle-men,--she deals only with the individual.

They were, and they are, the middle-men between him and the public.

Its members were the middle-men between the whites and the Indians of the Interior.

No middle-men were employed, and none of the customary exactions in the way of fines and other impositions were practised.

The Phoenicians were the middle-men for antiquity and desired above all to keep their triremes safe from sea pirates.

They run in crowds to the middle-men, who have bargained for the leaves on the plants, or apply to farmers who need help.

Among the Mediterranean peoples the Phnicians claim first attention on account of their early assumed rle of middle-men.

After all, they were only middle-men handling wares they had become so accustomed to that they were oblivious of them.

Hence we must dispense with a surplus of middle-men, not that we are unfriendly to them, but we do not need them.

A system of middle-men developed who bought raw cotton and raw silk from the producers and sold it to factories.