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


This would have done better in poesy, where transcendences are more allowed.

After staring at the magical fountain for a brief time Roger once more allowed his other nature to have sway.

When the car's full, gates are shut; cars built at the shops to hold just so many, and no more allowed on.

The remainder, less one lame duck, were hidden in Achiet-le-Grand until darkness once more allowed them to move.

I will dance like the Corybantes, when I am once more allowed to feel like a man among men!

But as soon as the rewards were obtained the plantations were once more allowed to fall into neglect.

Alexander appears to have begun by studying the people's wishes, for the Pharisees were once more allowed to appear at court.

He opened his eyes, and saw that he had once more allowed himself to be taken by surprise.

Hence Mr Elder no more allowed labour to intrude upon play, than play to intrude upon labour.

The engine stopped, but picked up when the petrol was once more allowed to run.