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


It's so writ down in the Globe, as are all our quotations—verbatim.

He was commissioned to carry the writ down to the Moot Hall.

In the uniform's book of wisdom it was writ down that anyone who could be closeted with your boss was deserving of courtesy.

Dey ain't but one James Bartrum writ down in de book, an' he ain't no colored pusson.'

The names are all writ down in my pocketbook, with the share of money each man was to get.

They sailed over to America—I've got it all writ down by my uncle's woman—in eighteen hundred an' nothing.

Among the men in lunacy practice are men who abhor the system on which any man may be writ down mad.

I didn't say they could; only what you have writ down will be an old story before you get it off your hands.

Course, I knowed them was tropical places, but I didnt know twas all writ down in booksjoggerfries, do they call em?

But circumstances have so decreed, that the one can not be composed on the paper, but only as the other is writ down in his soul.