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


"He seems to have told you a fearful lot," John sarcastically exclaimed.

"Well, if you are not afraid, you'll come and join us," sarcastically returned Bywater.

"Railroad fifty miles away; boat every once in a while," said I sarcastically.

"Be careful not to hurt it," said Canning Forbes, sarcastically.

"Troth, an' there's little to see when you get there," rejoined the other, sarcastically.

"You profited little by that turn of fortune," said Foss-brooke, sarcastically.

"With eight thousand a year, perhaps," said Stapylton, sarcastically.

"Pray intercede for me with the count, madam," answered Hugh, sarcastically.

Father is not popular with his hands,' said Sarah sarcastically.

"And Thornton Lyne comes in list slippers," said Tarling sarcastically.