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


Perhaps we may re-visit the dockyard to-morrow, and see this vessel launched.

You know that it will be impossible for me ever again to re-visit these shores, where I have been so happy.

He decided, therefore, to re-visit the scene of the wreck of The Mersey Witch.

I fear that were we to re-visit that country we should find but few faces which we knew.

This affair gave all the family a fearful shock, and it was some days before they dared to re-visit the strawberry-bed.

We wanted to re-visit the old places that had been the scenes of our family-life and childhood.

So he did not fail to go, at earliest dawn, to her hiding-place; but the hind took care not to re-visit her favourite haunt.

Men of genius equal to that of Wagner re-visit the earth only once in a thousand years.

Maybe not this same team, but I've got a notion to tape a recommendation for a re-visit, just to see how you get along.

Do you think that the spirits of dead people are allowed to re-visit the earth, to frighten us out of our wits?