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


All that he touched and ate and wore and used was of the same material Absolute.

As was his custom, he wore no overcoat, but a short sweater under his coat.

The little Htel Bardol wore a look of cheerfulness and welcome, nevertheless.

So she wore the sacrificial air of a young nun and played "The Holy City."

She wore his ring on a fine chain around her neck, and grew prettier every day.

Why not have detectives as guards—as if I wore a fortune in diamonds?

He just wore Diablo down, hung to him like a bulldog, an' beat him out.

Cecilia wore a silver crown, in which glistened the most brilliant of pearls.

His waistcoat was red, and he wore knee-breeches, but his aspect was flustered.

He wore no collar nor any coat; nor did he bring one with him, so the Warden said.