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


He's older, is an oldtime cow hand that has retired, when Mrs. Gillis will let him.

But there was Cora Rathmore, her oldtime roommate and enemy, right ahead.

Then there began to gather at Yale the oldtime players, who acted as coaches.

With his oldtime vivacity Jack set out on his new undertaking.

The good Duke of Savoy was now dead; but the duchess received the chevalier at her court with her oldtime friendliness.

There is an oldtime poem, which perhaps was in your school readers, "Oh, why should the spirit of mortal be proud?"

An oldtime acquaintance in Denver with the ways of journalism led him to the nearest newspaper office.

As much as we regret the passing of the oldtime grocer I'm sure that none of us would seriously suggest we bring him back.

A Kansas settler's recollections of an oldtime Thanksgiving in western Massachusetts.

Since his long illness in the spring Sammy had remained something of a stranger to his oldtime boy friends.