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


She slipped it quickly, almost guiltily, into her prayer-book.

It was, in fact, a sort of English prayer-book, as well as bible.

This gentleman was very attentive to the sermon, and likewise to his Prayer-book.

He had read the service over her, out of her own prayer-book, without a break in his voice.

Whatever you may do for the future, Lady Stafford, don't lend me your prayer-book.

And does the prayer-book say anything concerning councillors?

As regards books, there was only one in the trunk, a prayer-book.

Slowly he lifts his prayer-book from the prie-dieu and holds it droopingly.

He raised the handkerchief from the book, and he opened the book—it was a Prayer-book.

Miss Enid was married in a sober traveling dress, and carried a prayer-book.