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


The only difference might be that here there were more drinking and roystering than elsewhere.

After this there was more eating, or at least more drinking.

“No more drinking to-day,” quickly said the bartender at a look from Shields.

Yet, I must say that, though there may be more drinking here than in England, there is much less drunkenness.

These fines were distributed among the poor, so that the more drinking and profanity abounded, the better for those poor.

After leaving the boat at the Bed-time Prayer, there was more drinking in the khirgah (tent).

There is more drinking and less smoking in England than in any other country of the civilized world.

All I want you to understand is that there's to be no more drinking, and that you must be advised by me in every other particular.

Is there no need of them on the day when there is more drinking, gambling, and other gross vice than on any other?

This goes on steadily for six months, and then it is proposed that for the future there shall be no more drinking.