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


The steep rocky shores have precluded the formation of terraces.

Thousands were already on the terraces surrounding the government buildings.

Much of the land is in terraces, or, perhaps I should say, tiers.

Again, there are terraces where you can get beer and other refreshment.

Contains also remarks on terraces, which are expected to edify.

The bluff was not an abrupt one, but formed a series of terraces from the river to the summit.

In silence they walked down the terraces of the park-like yard in the rear.

The consequence is that cultivation is carried on mainly in terraces.

On banks and terraces it is preferable to use sods rather than seeding.

All night long we wandered about the terraces of the old Temple.