Antonyms for tales

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


Lady Delacour opened the book, which was a volume of Marmontel's Tales.

I preferred stories of Egypt's past and present to tales of adventure.

Even to her, Enoch had told no tales; and strangely enough, she was quite satisfied.

Tales of superstition and all mystery stories of the unknown.

There are tales among us that you have sold yourself to the devil, and I know not what.'

I remember it very well indeed, else these tales would not be forthcoming.

"I think the history of Desdemona is the most affecting of all tales," said Miss Fane.

I had utterly forgotten that he was at my side, and I know not what tales my face had been telling.

Of course Aino tales, like other tales, may also be treated from a literary point of view.

Tales of love and of women who learned to know the true from the false.