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


It's stopped raining, and the roads will soon be well traveled.

One of these was abroad road, and seemed to be well traveled.

The tourist guest house, obviously, should be located on a road that is well traveled by tourists.

Both roads to North Adams are well traveled and the farmhouses are near together.

Two or three roads entered the one they were following, and they were all as well traveled.

Beyond the yard the street became a country road, well traveled as the principal southern inlet to the city.

As Fred reached the mountain trail, leading to New Strike, he saw that it had been well traveled.

You see, the Sound is well traveled, and some ship must have seen the flare of the fire.

You see it's such a nice clean road and it's been so well traveled that it's better than—what?