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


The matter will prove, I understand, a test case and will go to the final courts.

Openly and aloud, she proceeded to give testimony as concerned this test case.

Why not, it is said, settle the question once for all by a test case?

The city of Marion proposes to fight the first test case through.

This experience of ours, however, could not be regarded strictly as a test case.

Johnson had refused to accept the Tenure-of-Office Act as constitutional, and had purposed to make this a test case.

A correspondent in The Country-Side wrote a short time ago, describing a test case he observed of a thrush in his possession.

This opinion can not be confirmed, however, until a test case gives us a Supreme Court decision.

He had thereby completed the legal circumstances for a test case.

Here she planned the steps by which to win public approval and financial aid for her test case.