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


Tobacco also thrives there, but comes to maturity with difficulty.

The world's a father to a Dunce unknown, And much he thrives, for Dulness!

Now established love, it is well known, thrives wondrously on slander.

Walter is adapted to conditions under which Delaware thrives.

Nearly every man's hand is against him, yet he thrives, and long may he continue to do so!

Still the infant continues to suck till it is satisfied, and it thrives.

Prosperity and freedom from care are the elements on which he thrives serenely.

He is little seen in the cities,—his place is in the field, where he lives and thrives.

She now thrives as a laundress; she is a rank Puritan, and starches for the godly.

He is little seen in the cities; his place is in the field; there he lives and thrives.