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


His horse, accustomed to a more open country, was continually at fault.

He generally does the deed in a more open, if more brutal, way.

There was another which was much less elegant, but it was more open.

They are more open to the purifying and elevating influences of religion.

Master's place was more open, though, and all in the fields was good plowing.

Getting clear of the hummock, we were now in more open ground.

The nature of his business, too, was no more open than was his past history.

The succeeding week he was still assiduous; but not more open.

That through which the water had passed, after it had been dried, was more open and porous.

And if Marie-Louise was more artificial in some ways, she was more open than Eve.