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


I am a lonely man, my sweeting, and I must settle some day when the wars are over and done.

Give me but one word of hope to take to the wars with me—but one.

The queen, her mother, had accompanied Gustavus to the wars.

All these wars were won by Inglishee; Lenani's words of wisdom spoke of Inglishee.

But beyond that, oh, King, have you not heard of the wars of the Wakamba?

But I have been away so long, and everything is changed since the King of Prussia began his wars.

But wars such as you read of in your history, will never happen again.

It is time that we were at the wars, for our good swords will not bide in their scabbards.

For I presume that it is to the wars that ye are riding, since ye are all so armed and accoutred.'

I have heard speak of your Colonelship, and of your doings in the German wars.