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


Some have tried to take time after lunch, and been found asleep on their knees.

But it was desirable to take time to think how best to do it.

"Take time by the forelock, you see," said he as he recognized Ashburner.

It is good sometimes to take time to take in the might of the foe we fight.

It gives me an excuse to take time off from the eternal frolic.

Take time, Miss Darcy; not so fast; if not for your sake, for mine at least.

Take time to think it over; but do try, Westray, to help in the matter, if you can.

It is unusual, to say the least, for writers to take time explaining how bad an artist is.

It seems to take time to us because we are within the influence of the field.

"But I besought you to take time, Dora, love," he remonstrated.