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


Perhaps, after all, it was not too late to re-build his house of life.

No attempt is being made at present to re-build the farms entirely.

They never seemed to re-build on these spots—whether from superstition or other reasons, I know not.

A construction gang came out and started to re-build, and the company offered me a good day office if I would remain, but Nay!

Parts, however, of the fabric had become so decayed that it was thought necessary to re-build them.

I think it will give you as great a satisfaction to re-arrange your house with what you have as to re-build, re-decorate.

Canynge helped to re-build a church; John Cabot discovered a continent, and secured it for all time to the English-speaking race.