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


It is an interest, we think, common to all well wishers to New England.

It seems to me that I am making friends and well wishers everywhere.

Yet my consent was granted to two of the purest of her admirers and well wishers.

Among the crowd of "well wishers" at the boat with arms full of fruit, flowers, pillows and sweets, was Mr. Saltus.

Every body and every thing had a black and a white side, of which well wishers and ill wishers may make their advantage.

You have friends and well wishers; but which of them will advance you four or five thousand pounds, as a gratuity?

We have, together with well wishers and followers, in different parts of the country, about fifteen hundred people.

Each had his coterie of friends and well wishers who had gathered to give him a rousing send off.

He wished me well, and I always remember my friends and well wishers, he said, pleased that she had recovered her composure.