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


It is enough for you to know that my life has not been all 'plain-sailing.'

As for Lucy and myself, it was all plain-sailing and fair dealing.

There would be no Precedents to hammer at, except the plain-sailing Precedent of keeping the light up.

Now, Mrs. Tumble-bug, everything is plain-sailing for you; here is a long down grade over the smooth clean dirt!

Could Peggy, in her plain-sailing, breezy British way, have appreciated all the subtleties of his relations with Jeanne?

The Letter is written by a plain-sailing, plain-dealing man of the world, and though on a foreign topic, is in a homely style.

Clearly enough it was not like most women's, least of all like that of happy, healthy, plain-sailing Bessie.