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


No man's thoughts were ever so well expressed by his disciples as by himself.

Isobel had well expressed it when she said that he was climbing swiftly and bravely.

The Namasudra view-point is well expressed by its leader, Doctor Nair.

A thought, well expressed, is a bomb that explodes indefinitely.

There is a loftiness of mind about her which is well expressed by her form and manner.

And what you say is fasci—— is well expressed and interesting.

As it has been well expressed, we need "a good army but not a large army."

But there is a presumption in favor of the truth of an idea which is well expressed.

What all have seen and felt, but none so well expressed is the theme of poetry.

Now for this unwillingness of these people, it is well expressed here.