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


But after his primest prime is reached, he slowly, insensibly weakens.

He recollects the quartern loaf at 2¼d., primest meat at 1d.

Suppose I start off now, sir, and mark down one or two of the primest.

Gas and ventilation, drainage and water-service, all of the primest quality.

Primest lark of all 'll be the sneakin' about an' keepin' quiet.

He roosts in a cherry-tree, and is in primest health the year through.

I'm sure I would rather they had worried the primest wether in my faulds.

She could be the primest favorite with every one if she only chose.

Those old spinsters, who have never experienced the world's primest joys, are so jealous of the diversions of young people.

I want greatly to see you: I'm not sure that it is not one of my primest objects in my journey.