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


He and his 'prentices were all at the broad-sword exercise in the hall as I came by.

Death to all masters, life to all 'prentices, and love to all fair damsels.

To these the prentices were joined, and every street and every lane in London ran a river of men.

This was a London mob, prentices and artisans for the most part.

The prentices and men of London are killing Flemish weavers, sire, not far away. '

The music of this episode, especially the 'prentices' chorus, is bright and graceful.

The 'prentices of Cheapside were a conspicuous feature of the street at this period.

Go, or I will call my father, to have his 'prentices throw you into the street!

"He hath arrived from the Tower," whispered the 'prentices to one another.

But Mrs. Prentices expression of countenance was swiftly changing.