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


This broad pledge was so well kept that at the age of nineteen he was made a partner.

While his head is well kept up, he cannot do much mischief with his heels.

The room looked just as it used to look, just as neat, just as homelike, just as well kept.

Even her hands, reddened and calloused by labor, were well kept and shapely.

In Kelley's estimation he was almost too well kept for a man nearing fifty.

The gardens are well kept, and produce quantities of fruit and vegetables.

Although known to so many persons, the secret was well kept.

There was enough furniture, solid and well kept, in all the rooms.

The part occupied by the foreign legations is modern and well kept.

Two of the berths were occupied by fat Earth ships, sleek and well kept.