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


He works out his thoughts best in mathematics—the Spinoza of socialism.

However, it all works out the same—they're apparently out to get us.

If it works out as well as seems probable, the benefits can be huge.

Mr. Morris works out the same result for the Caerlaverock Campaign of 1300.

To show how this works out, we will sketch briefly the course of another feud.

We use about an ounce of salt to a pound, but some of it works out.

It must have been an inspiration on their part, and we shall see how it works out.

Thus, one you works out of the asylum, and one in, and that makes all the difference.

When not on duty he sits by his engine and works out his sums.

Every one works out their own plan, why should not I do the same?