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


Some memory in her past had poisoned the well-springs of her social being.

This wind and that has it: the well-springs within are shut down fast!

There is a Muse that smiles aloft surveying our acts from the well-springs.

Yes, in Rachel Rawdon's heart the well-springs of love and life lay too deep for the frosts of age to touch.

And it is not in the dead past, which is what we mean by "evidence," but in the living future that faith has its well-springs.

The very rapidity of Islam's expansion turned against it, now that the well-springs of that expansion were dried up.

A few pebbles from the well-springs of truth and eloquence are all that is wanted to bring the might of his envy low.'

Were the well-springs of love, so long closed up, only opening when he was about to leave his children for ever?

They are oases in the desert; well-springs to the thirsty soul in the journey of life.

But well-springs, mortal and immortal, were beginning to bubble up brightly in Beth, despite the hard conditions of her life.