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


How many things are there in the world in which the wisest of us can ill descry the hand of God!

Really, I am pleased with you for that, and it is the wisest thing you ever did in your life.

I have found it wisest to let him have his own way in times like these.

The ships did not get clear without some trouble, and we thought it wisest to shift our berth.

The pirates wished clearly to be unknown, and it was wisest to let them think they were so.

It might be that he thought it wisest not to leave her in London to her own devices.

So she came to see that this was best and wisest, and gave way; but oh!

For the wisest woman is she who suspects that men are wiser.

The wisest as well as strongest dog was the leader, and the team obeyed him and feared him.

I've made a mistake, that's all; the wisest of us are liable to be mistaken once in a way.'