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


The fisherman had indeed seen Lambert's boat, which was well known.

It is coming into the world now, and will be well known in a few years.

For a long time he had well known that he could claim but a shadow.

The third person who got out was a hawker from Gravesend well known to the porters.

The play is so well known that a synopsis of it is unnecessary.

It was my fortune to be well known to Madame Van Rensselaer, our hostess.

As it is well known he is not a marrying man, you never can have thought of him.

This intention, it is well known, was never carried into effect.

It is well known that there is a leak in the Associated Press Office.

He is not in a large way, but he is well known as a very ingenious man.