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


Whorls, four; whereas H. pura has five; also more compressed.

More thickly they came, more compressed, more severe than in the Chamber.

The one that died was larger than the others, and had been more compressed in its case.

Its great merit is, that it is shorter than ordinary English—that is, it is more compressed.

Small-mouthed buffalo appeared to be paler (slate gray) and more compressed than the darker black buffalo.

As the air descends it is more and more compressed, which causes it to become more and more heated.

Although the nuts are more compressed than those of the ordinary forms of var.

Then as this plea seemed still not to move her, I once more compressed my palms.

Catherine listened—still moving about the while—the thin beautiful lips becoming more and more compressed.

In our climate the air is more compressed, and contains a larger amount of oxygen, which predisposes to inflammatory diseases.