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


And that half-year that they knew about of grief and madness—it was not scanted nor its misery denied!

He probably did not work on the poem so long as historians have said he did, but he scanted neither time nor attention.

Bad provisions, bad water, and scanted rations were dealt to the prisoners.

It is quite possible, of course, that his school really had scanted the motherly touch.

He found Major Dabney smoking on the hotel veranda, and his welcome was not scanted here, at least.

Like Portia, her father had scanted her and hedged her by his wit that she might reach the pinnacle of human joys.

It is specially their duty to redeem the time, who are scanted of time through poverty, service, or restraint.