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


Have you got reporters anything like our reporters on Indian newspapers?

They were not reporters either, for I knew them too well, alas!

Those young men are not reporters to you; they are the heralds of fame, my boy.

In that case I shall be down to see the reporters in a very few minutes.

Since that time he has lived in the room occupied by the reporters and news editors.

Reporters scrambled for high places, turned their kodaks on it all.

When interviewed by reporters, their commanders were vastly amused.

I write his name under the sketch, and show it to one of the reporters.

Here was a combat in which there was no quarter, no gallery, and no reporters.

The reporters found it difficult to get a story from the returned hero.