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


Truly, if this twain are to be judged by their voices, no two peas were ever more alike.

We'll have peas with the fillet, and potato balls and Brussels sprouts.

The liquor in which meat has been boiled makes an excellent soup for the poor, by adding to it vegetables, oatmeal, or peas.

Sow another crop of peas, and plant more beans; choose a dry spot for them, where they can be sheltered from the winter's cold.

Stew them gently till the peas are tender, then add four spoonfuls of cream, a lump of sugar, and the yolks of two eggs.

For another she knit a pair of stockings, for which she received a quart of peas.

At this time he is not unlikely to eat our sprouting lettuce and peas.

Folks say father and son are as like as peas, but nowt of the sort.

Fruit as large as peas, purple-black, bitter; ripe in autumn.

How many bushels of potatoes, corn, beans, peas and peanuts have we raised this year?