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


The two other Mirrors, in which we may behold the order of Nature.

Come and join me in the little Saloon of the Mirrors by and by, during the Cotillon.

The Padrone bore it proudly down between the mirrors and the windows.

They were buried in the sand, their sides like mirrors, their edges true and straight.

And now we shall be able to understand the nature of reflections in mirrors.

The mirrors and the crockery sparkled from baths of hot water and soap.

I noticed then there was a carpet on the floor, sofa, mirrors, and other comforts.

They went to the Palace of Mirrors and were lucky enough to secure a box.

Save for these, save too for a succession of mirrors and of lights, the room was bare.

But she could not know that the eyes she turned to his were mirrors where he saw his dead youth.