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


The fruit of which they partook freely was quite sweet and palatable.

He politely tendered his open snuff-box, of which I partook, experimentally.

They, however, sat down, and partook freely of the various delicacies.

All she had ever seen of foreign society, partook of this character.

The guests were no less various than the good things of which they partook.

They partook of the breakfast, lunch and dinner I ordered for myself.

Then the two partook of the lunch they had brought with them.

Then he brought out his slender stock of provisions and partook of supper.

The wine was blessed, and all partook, the Twelve first, and afterward the people.

Who shall describe that wondrous spread, or the heroes that partook of it?