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


He sums up Smollett and Goldsmith, but he also destroys them.

"No," he continued, with the air of one who sums up to a conclusion.

It sums up his modern world and the religion and the arts of his modern world.

He narrates like a witness, unlike Thucydides, who sums up like a judge.

This sums up in a word the secret and extent of Pestalozzi's power.

But we come now to the last, which sums up the whole matter.

He sums up in the speeches all the potentialities of the situation.

Here, however, Paul sums up briefly all the fruits of faith, in love.

His ultimate philosophy of life, which he sums up in 'What is Man?'

And then he sums up by saying, "Man is made up of bits and oddities."