Thesaurus / ariel

other words for ariel

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


The Ariel, read Harriet, at which Peggy opened her eyes wide.

Peggy Owen at YorktownLucy Foster Madison

The young Narragansett's muscles were like steel bands now, and not a member of the Ariel's crew could throw him.

The Story of John Paul JonesChelsea Curtis Fraser

When he had made an end of his story he charmed her into sleep, for Ariel was at hand, and he had work for him to do.

I wondered a while, losing myself, as if in wanderings like Ariel's, between the clouds.

Memoirs of a MidgetWalter de la Mare

Of inhabitants there were absolutely no traces to be seen, from the direction in which the Ariel was approaching.

The sail threatened to split into ribbons, and the gunwale was constantly under 17 water as the Ariel plunged along.

"Ariel has no nerves," echoed the poor creature, frowning at me for interfering between her master and herself.

The Law and the LadyWilkie Collins

While he was speaking the Ariel had risen from the ground, and was hanging a few hundred feet above the little plateau.

Closer—her course crossing that of the Ariel—and the watchers saw her crew!

Isle of the UndeadLloyd Arthur Eshbach

The same day that the Julia entered, the Ariel left the river.