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


But here's what puzzles me: according to the way I figure it, you must have seen the girl first.

He puzzles and puzzles, and asks me did I bring the draft, and was that your writing at the bottom of it?

The fate of Raleigh's colony is one of the puzzles of history.

Men are annoyed at what puzzles them; they think what they cannot easily understand to be full of danger.

It was another of the puzzles that he so constantly met with.

If he but knew that what puzzles me at this moment is myself!

There is an almost insolent well-being about her that puzzles me.

Such were the puzzles that tormented him as he descended to the drawing-room.

I work out all the puzzles, and read the stories and the letters.

"That is what puzzles me, sir," said Frank, fixing a troubled glance upon the fire.