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


She was born at Paris in 1861, of a family that was well endowed with musical taste.

The man of confidence, the man of resource, is well endowed for flying.

The bride was said to be well endowed, but she was extremely plain.

"History says it was large and well endowed," said his friend.

Is it meet that she should suffer so cruelly simply because her father has left her well endowed?

She had fine talents, a splendid education, and was well endowed for any station in which destiny could have placed her.

But it was not to be denied that the new mistress of Beechcote was well endowed, as single women go.

He himself had not these accomplishments, and he was surprised at finding a man-at-arms so well endowed.

It is now well endowed and liberally patronized by the legislature of the state.

Judging by appearances, he thought that the house of Roe was not so well endowed with wealth as the house of Cave.