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


I'm always amused when I read about the suffering in the tenements.

I went with Nora Ganey into the very poorest of all the tenements down by the docks.

Things are so wrong in the tenements that big reforms are needed.

The surveyor of Hartwell also notes that the "tenements there be in decay."

She came right down into the tenements and talked with our women-folks.

It isn't much that I ask, just for you to speak to the tenements.

They were close to the Tenements now, and Sam'l looked as if he were on his way to be hanged.

These were boroughs in which all holders of tenements where a pot could be boiled had votes.

It was to see protégés of her own that Mary had gone to the tenements.

We have come to regard all mortal bodies as the tenements of immortal souls.