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


And indeed these suspicions proved to be only too well founded.

If his suspicion were well founded, then certain things are ordained.

If my doubts are well founded, he must be an adept in the art of dissimulation.

It may be doubted, however, whether this train of reflection is well founded.

If they were well founded I had almost a week in which to discover the fact.

His premonition that they might be "Rubes" seemed likely to have been well founded.

Is he to blame for this opinion, provided it be well founded in his mind?

That Spotswood's fears were well founded, we have already seen.

Perhaps, too, she thought my expectations not so well founded as I imagined them to be.

I am proud of my scouts, and am glad to see that my confidence in you is well founded.