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


But any one may die for you; you have no more feeling than a deal board.

Poggio or Poliziano could not have spoken in more feeling words.

"Good-by," he said, with more feeling than he had shown since he had left his mother's room.

O, there's no trouble about St. Clare; that's the reason he's no more feeling for me.

"I am sure that you do them an injustice, sir," he said, with more feeling them he had yet shown.

The servants, and the children in the street, seemed to have more feeling.

I think he was astonished that I showed no more feeling about our past.

Is there any monument in the whole world that has more feeling of beauty about it?

She sang brilliantly and with more feeling than ever before.

Esther, perhaps, said it with more feeling than either of the others.