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


The Windover word for what had happened to Job was re-formation.

They are not motionless, but in constant vibration and re-formation, like smoke drifts.

The study of its re-formation has added to our knowledge of the regeneration of animal tissue.

The presidential campaign of the following summer, 1856, showed a striking disintegration and re-formation of political groups.

I had next to determine whether aught remained to indicate the period of its re-formation.

This is the way in which astronomers now generally conceive the destruction and re-formation of worlds.

But a cavalry charge has to end in a re-formation, and that is the instant of danger if any unbroken enemy remains within range.

The true period of the re-formation of the deposit was, I can have no doubt, that of the boulder-clay.

It abolished tithes and the religious orders, and forbade the re-formation of the latter in the future.