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


It was so in the days of the Popes; it is so in these days of premiers.

We are concerned, not so much with these events, as with the premiers who brought them about.

And of the latter:—There are the Premiers Paris, alias, first tenors.

The other Premiers agreed to consider whether Canada's preferential tariff policy could be followed.

In Greece the quick change of Premiers proceeds with kaleidoscopic rapidity.

The change of premiers was due to a division among the Whigs caused by Irish affairs.

In his distribution of ecclesiastical preferment he set a splendid example to future premiers.

They could do it because the moment Wilson began to talk to the premiers, he stopped talking to the people.

Braves Franais, rendez-vous; vous serez traits comme les premiers soldats du monde.

The most cynical of premiers, he governs England, and he scorns to take a place among those who ruled her before him.