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


The British outnumber us considerably, I think, but just how much I do not know.

They fight only at an advantage,—when they outnumber the whites.

And the views of Paris outnumber the others, and almost outvalue them also.

Mr. Parker says that the lingams in Benares "outnumber the inhabitants."

Within a century, we will outnumber them—we will be the Normals, not they.

If we stand by one another we may fight them off, though they outnumber us a hundred to one.

Toyohiro's prints are not numerous; Toyokuni's outnumber his twenty to one.

The Austrians did not outnumber us, and their moral was no higher than ours.

The listeners, the receptive listeners, should outnumber the talkers.

At the time I was flying, the American fighters were beginning to outnumber the enemy.