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


The result is, of course, an over-supply of candidates for employment of this kind.

This over-supply is the material representative of A's "savings."

For their ranks can easily be recruited from an over-supply of some higher class.

The stores store a few days in case they get an over-supply on hand.

"Th' principal objict is to get rid iv an over-supply iv foolish people," said Mr. Dooley.

But further knowledge invariably corrects it; there is never an over-supply.

Over-supply of our market and the prohibitive price of cotton make this action a necessity.

It is beyond doubt this over-supply which shows itself in the scream, for there is nothing else to account for it.

He not only wants honey when the bees have an over-supply, but he wants to know what is doing.

Frequent cases of abortion are caused by an over-supply of green food.