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


In 1921 it is no more under control than it was in the days of Charlemagne or Attila or Xerxes.

Children never played any more under their dignified shadows.

Window-lights are frequently grouped two or more under one arch.

Hugh, therefore, withdrew once more under a porch, and waited.

He longed to hear it once more under the olive-trees of the Sirens' Isle.

One feels all this and more under Shelley's influencebut alas!

Let me stand once more under the tree where I gave him that answer!

Anything was pleasant, when the grass was soft once more under their feet.

Half-a-dozen springs brought Carlos once more under the shadow of the grove.

Peter determined to bring the Russian Church more under his own control.