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


The Latmian persever'd along, and thus All were re-animated.

The hope of being useful to her re-animated my courage a little.

Re-animated by this consideration, I persevered—for it was by perseverance alone that I could have any chance of success.

The re-animated warrior said: "The fight is only just now ended; Kavadiska has slain us all."

He informed the re-animated sufferer who he really was, and made a motion, in order to call up some of the family.

The duke quitted the mansion, re-animated by the cheerfulness of morn, and pursued his journey.

The executed culprit noticed by our correspondent, however, seems to have been re-animated at Surgeons' Hall.

Once re-animated with a design, and that of ever so trivial a character, and their significance stands out in relief.

She determined, however, when day-light should have re-animated her spirits, to go thither and remove the veil.

They heard the sound of wheels yet once more, and were re-animated to expectancy: it was only Mr. Boldwood coming home again.