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


The etchings on the plates to The Poetical Magazine were worked fairly away and renewed.

The method for saucers is the same as that for plates, so that one description will suffice.

The Potter's CraftCharles F. Binns

"These plates will help prove our story, too," said Morey as he looked at the finished plates.

Islands of SpaceJohn W Campbell

If this gassing is too violent, a considerable amount of active material will be blown from the plates.

With plates of uniform thickness, but of varying diameter, he obtained the following results.

He succeeded in obtaining pecuniary aid in publishing the work, and plates were made in England.

Squatting around the glowing coals, they filled their plates with steak, potatoes and generous helpings of carrots.

Frémont understands the name as signifying a trough; while Winthrop interprets it as plates, or slabs, of rock.

Oregon and EldoradoThomas Bulfinch

The family eat with their fingers while sitting about on the ground with some broken banana leaves for plates.

And so in May, 1844, they all went away again, that the artist-author might prepare drawings for his plates.

The Life of John RuskinW. G. Collingwood


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