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


Well set you to work on it, said Bell, and Ill eat as much as you like to please you.

"You may as well set on and suspect Hamish," he resentfully said.

When Tom Pembroke knew it best, its old age and decay had well set in.

How would you like a boy who was dark and tall, and well set up and well to do?

Well, her eyes were bright enough, large enough, well set in her head.

If the head of this brad is well set in, a drop or two of wax will cover it.

The rigging was well set up, or they would have gone to a certainty.

I didn't intend to, but as you are so unreasonable I may as well set your mind at rest.'

He was a handsome man, with hands like a woman's, well set off by the lace at his sleeves.

He saw a tall, well set up man who had every appearance of affluence.