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


The room in which the plant is installed should be clean, dry, and well ventilated.

But, by all means, the sleeping room should be well ventilated.

Why should places where vegetables are stored be well ventilated?

The wounded were lodged in tents which were well ventilated and yet warm.

The bed-room should be quiet, well ventilated, and slightly warmed.

This, then, was the cause of the cave being so well ventilated.

It cannot be well ventilated, it cannot be well lighted; it is not safe in case of fire.

The cellar should be well ventilated, having light as well as air.

The building is heated by steam, well ventilated, and lighted by electricity.

Dynamite should be stored in a magazine which must be dry, cool, and well ventilated.