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


He has not your talents nor strength of character; without you he is nothing.

I had talents—you would not fancy it—but once I was neither a fool nor a villain!

Their sister Jane was a young lady of some talents, and more ambition.

Business has not, however, engrossed the whole of Mr. Beckwith's time and talents.

With all these talents, what might not Leonora be in proper hands!

My person, my talents—not to be despised, surely—yet rejected by them with scorn.

Author of considerable sarcasm, wit, and divided opinion as to his talents.

At school he showed his talents by making cartoons of the teachers.

The person who has her living to gain must use the talents that have been given her.

His talents took the form of genius, which Washington's did not.