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

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Then, after all, it is no more difficult than that; it is only necessary to love and to be loved.

It was more difficult to me to endure the suspense of these few days than all the rest.

But the task has been more difficult than either had supposed.

You said at the beginning that nothing was more difficult than to disappear.

With respect to the supernatural scenes I have beheld, the question is more difficult.

Let who will decide which tour de force was the more difficult.

And I blessed the heat and the flies and everything that made what I did for you more difficult to do.

If he had been there, our task would have been more difficult and perhaps impossible.

And the more vain-glorious they are, the more difficult is the capture of them?

Decision was the more difficult because he had nothing to give.