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


His next step was to re-establish the markets and re-open the sources of supply.

An attempt was made to re-open the Constitutional Convention of 1864.

At the end of about five minutes he ventured to re-open his eyes.

Now, by an effort, let this tendency to re-open be counteracted.

She said that I might re-open the question after the public demonstration.

I did not re-open it with any intention to resume my business.

Then she turned back to her home duties, and did not re-open the question.

It was far easier for the detective to re-open the hole than it had been for Manston to form it.

I preferred that he should re-open that subject; but he came to it rather obliquely.

But Fanny had turned away, and was now busily employed in trying to re-open the door at which she had entered.