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


Take my case: I had more brains, more energy, more character, than he.

She must learn to play with more power, more virility, more character.

Has not Israel Bertuccio got more character than all those noble Venetians?

A girl, too, has more character than she shows in her girlhood.

An' there's more character in him worth the tellin' of than you'll find in any Siwash in these parts.

He must build up a nose with more character, which can not be ridiculed.

For the apple tapioca here given, the apples should be somewhat sour, as there will then be more character to the dessert.

She had a sweet blonde face, but more character in it than usually falls to the lot of the English girl.

Here was another man with more character than intellect, as Emerson said of Carlyle, and with the flavor of the wild about him.

The writing here has more character; there is more light and shade in the up and down strokes, as well as more freedom.