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


His reason for choosing these cells for his experiments is that they are a well-spring of life.

Out of the heart are the issues of life, and within, it is life's well-spring.

It is the well-spring of the heart,—the Castaly of the soul.

She was a well-spring of joy in the house, and we all loved her.

And this outflowing is the fulness, more or less, of the soul's well-spring of emotion.

It bubbles perpetually from the depth like a well-spring in tumult.

This has, indeed, been the well-spring of whatever is best and purest in the Christian life.

These expedients have proved to you the mirage of hope, not the well-spring of relief.

Thou wilt think it has been dipped in the well-spring of the Hours.

It would take no less than a well-spring from Paradise to save me!