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


Moment by moment, the stigmata of decay became more evident.

Carmichael (In Tuscany, 228) is satisfied that Francis received the stigmata.

Stigmata, etc., unprecedented in individual's experience, 7.

I knew the worst at once: it had about it all the stigmata of new poetry.

These stigmata have been observed beyond all question on the woman at the Saltpetriere.

These stigmata are so visible that it has been possible to photograph them.

If he had lived in the Middle Ages, he would have been marked with the stigmata.

On his head was a crown of thorns and the Stigmata upon his hands and feet.

The oil of saffron, is extracted from the stigmata of the crocus sativus.

The hind segments of the body and their stigmata are always exposed to the air.