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


"It is, sir; but it is sadder for George than for his friends," replied Hardy.

Poor Ophelia could scarce have been sadder than we feel, Douw, at your going.

I have one now for your ear, truer and sadder than they were.

The old man's voice was sadder than Betty had ever heard it.

It is a sadder voice than his own for the moment that answers, 'Only one may see me.'

As the well-worn phrase goes, I was a sadder if not a wiser man.

There will be some sadder and wiser Tories before the night is ended.

Than hers, as I have said, there is in history no sadder story.

Jeffrey, too, caught that morning glow, only to find his task the sadder.

Owen never returned to his mountain-home with a sadder heart.