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


And now Pierre once more felt himself to be alone with Marie.

But the moment her back was turned, she once more felt that his eye was upon her.

Kate had a quiet power about her that could be more felt than expressed in words.

I awoke again and once more felt a thrill of excitement in my veins.

The man of wealth once more felt his importance, and went on.

She had often regretted her own disbelief, and once more felt the need for reparation.

The Counsellor of Enlightenment once more felt his reason staggered.

This was more felt by Mr Gresham than any other misfortune which he had yet incurred.

Jimmy looked at her gravely, and once more felt the blood creep into his face.

And never had Dale more felt the want of priestly support than at this period.