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


To her well-wishers it seemed as if the people had given itself to sloth and indulgence.

Farewell, most learned Aldus, and reckon Erasmus as one of your well-wishers.

She would really like to do something of which her well-wishers disapproved.

These opinions, needless to say, were shared by all well-wishers of the eleven.

Claude stood in the midst of a large circle of well-wishers.

Those whom you consider to be well-wishers of India are not such in my estimation.

Because with Tabals backing, he had harassed and persecuted me and my well-wishers.

But there was no lack of recommendations from his friends and well-wishers.

Weighed in the balance, they were found wanting even by their well-wishers.

He was obliged to believe that these well-wishers of his knew best.