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


The miseries of Tasso arose not only from the imagination and the heart.

Accidents, miseries, and offences, were never to be mentioned before her.

You are grateful to me sometimes for being attentive to the miseries you point out to me.

Of all miseries—to believe in a lovely thing and find it not true—that must be the worst.'

It will then only be a bitter aggravation of all my trials, and all my miseries.

Do you count it a slight thing to put an end to all these miseries?

They dreaded the future, preferred present miseries than to risk new ills.

It is only now that your descendants are beginning to learn the extent of your miseries.

And do we wonder, when the foundation of politics is in the letter only, at the miseries of states?

The like miseries were undergone by those Jews that were the inhabitants of Damascus.