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


The round of concerts and theatres and tram-rides had not begun yet.

The theatres, however, opened their doors once more, and that was a general relief.

People are not always talking there of yesterday, as they do in the other theatres.

When a child he devoured inexpensive literature and theatres.

It has since been frequently acted in, I believe, all the theatres of the United States.

On account of this death the theatres were closed for eight days.

It was too late for a matine; and theatres were all becoming reminiscent of Barbara.

As for theatres and discussion societies, they attracted her less and less.

Selling flowers outside the theatres—police is nasty if you've got nothink.

And meanwhile the church bells were ringing and the cabs were running to the theatres.