Let us look at the first group, taken from Roget's Thesaurus.
And does not Mr. Roget also seek the suffrages of the public?
We had also a bright, sweet-natured little 193 Frenchwoman, Mlle. Roget, who taught her native language.
Mr. Roget did not explain his reasons for attacking me, though I, quite frankly, give mine for attacking him.
If you had adopted a few more of the words I got from Roget's Thesaurus, we should have been safer.
I quote here with equal pleasure and admiration the following passage written by Dr. Roget so far back as 1829.
Father Roget sang, also in French, explaining himself with a humourous skill in pantomime that set the room in a roar.
I lost the best of my oxen, Roget, the best of my team; and I have been in search of it ever since.
in reference to the "Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases" published 1852 by English physician and philologist Peter Mark Roget (1779-1869). Related: Roget's.