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


Not only had he repurchased the old lands, and rebuilt the old dwelling.

The Sketches repurchased for the high price I have named never afterwards really justified such an outlay.

Most of the repurchased estates are in districts suitable for dairying, and these are allotted under covenant to purchase.

He reads that it was taken and repurchased on hard terms more than once during the day.

The dignity of man is reconquered by prowess for the Greek, as it is repurchased for the Christian by vicarious suffering.

Every day he lived he would have repurchased the bounty of the crown, and ten times more, if ten times more he had received.

It proclaimed resurrection and life for His people—life (the forfeited gift of life) now repurchased.

The English inhabitants surrendered upon terms, the town was to be repurchased for 440,000.

When the young fellow had repurchased the family estate and paid three-quarters of the price, I could make no further objections.

Finally, Bell repurchased the property, retaining it during the remainder of his life; and the name was again changed.