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


The time expended in these preliminary lessons will be well spent.

Franklin came now to reap the fruits of a long and well spent life.

Then she could go home feeling that her hour had been well spent.

Something in your face tells me that it has been well spent.

Leonard had been about six weeks with his uncle, and those weeks were well spent.

He was late, but that did not matter, for he felt that the morning had been well spent.

I went back to lunch feeling that my last day had been well spent.

Then he retired to rest, in the happy consciousness of a night well spent.

Petticoat Lane is one of the curiosities of London, and the day was well spent.

The tripping seventeenth-century 'sevens' are well spent on her.