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


Instead—he found himself standing under the arch-way of a gate with a mighty city spread before him!

The arch-way gives us the assurance that the street was very narrow, so that the wheelbarrow had to go over the rough cobbles.

More than once a heavy truck had crushed a heedless foot-passenger under that arch-way.

Why, when we are walking under an arch-way or a tunnel, do our voices appear louder?

The statues which stood on each side of the arch-way have been demolished; but the pedestals remain.

The road was bounded on either side by hedges, and the branches of trees interlaced each other in an arch-way overhead.