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


Raffaelle himself could not have seemed a more ideal painter.

They are, too, more ideal, more romantic and more enthusiastic.

A more ideal home for a happy childhood could not easily be found.

It is equally true to nature, and more ideal than any of the others.

The more abstract, the more ideal an art is, the more it reveals to us the temper of its age.

Indeed I have never seen a more ideal poets corner than Lily Cottage.

However, no more ideal countenance could have been created for the purposes to which it was applied by its owner.

Cast your eyes upon the surrounding country, and admit, as admit you must, that never was there a more ideal position.

So your way of doing business may be honest, but in our more ideal state we see that it is not right.

They live in another and more ideal region; except, perhaps, the currant.