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


They also know how to conduct themselves according to times and seasons.

It was evident that, in other seasons, this place was a sheet of water.

I do b'lieve it comes earlier every year, or else the seasons are changin'.

The Benedictines and Cluniacs had no stated times or seasons for the operation.

When she was completed he took command of her and sailed her for three seasons.

With all prayer and supplication, praying at all seasons in the Spirit.

Still, I think, that we like change in our residence, as well as in the seasons.

The seasons for cleaning up are usually determined by the danger of theft.

Always in season, for there were no seasons here, except the rains.

This, then, was their daily life wherever they were, and in all times and seasons.