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


The watch may be weird, but no weirder than that of a previous night.

And, after all, is it weirder than the common traditional method?

The old witch-hanging city had no weirder product than this dark-haired son.

One would have to go far to find a wilder, weirder, and more grimly suggestive spot.

A subtler, a weirder, a more awful horror is thus added to the dread of communion with the supernatural.

I venture to doubt whether he would really be any wiser or weirder or more imaginative or more profound.

Weirder than the pictures Are the folks who stand Passing owlish strictures, Catalogue in hand.

Weirder than this strange wake are the long slow fires that keep burning at a distance, out in the dark.

Dor never dreamed a weirder, ghastlier picture than night in the Conemaugh Valley since the flood desolated it.

A weirder creature I had never beheld; and I wondered at his following of chickens.