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


He had quested for the difference with his ear,—and the difference lay in the feel of the sound.

Well, then, Paris had quested forth to find and win the most beautiful of women.

They shrank down in fear, and quested anxiously about with their eyes for a way of retreat.

Failing in many attempts to open them, he quested food, found it, and consoled himself with it.

Yet it was possible that those in the catacombs were unaware how Scotland Yard, night and day, quested for Mr. King.

Yet I stayed not in my going, as I quested through the deep-wooded hill, till I beheld him, and instantly essayed my prowess.

The moon brooded upon the lulled waves, and quested among the ridges of driftwood for pearly shells.

He had quested along the trail and found Smoke's tracks where he had left it to take refuge on the bank.