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


For pales and weather boards this varnish is superior to paint, and much cheaper than what is commonly used for that purpose.

Pales before the drastic preachment of the Norwich scientist.

It is not right to live the slave of Pales, or become the rhapsode of docks and nettles.

Splash and hiss comes the water; pales, then flares out, the fire!

Pales, protectress of flocks, gives her name to the Palatine Hill.

The place near the pales where I had fought my first battle.

In this some of the pales have double awns, others single ones.

Before his fame how pales that of him who has dared thus to revile him!

The various shades of green are produced by using different quantities of alum, which pales and cheapens it.

Their pales are high, made of pine-wood, and placed sloping.