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


It is finger-cold, and prudent farmers get in their barreled apples.

This was the 'spirit-house,' used for the storage of the spirits of turpentine when barreled for market, and awaiting shipment.

Our soldiers needed the hams and the barreled pork, so shortly more hogs came to market.

De Boer was advancing upon it, with his barreled projector half levelled.

The brood is caught and barreled for export to Holland and other places, especially the Thames oyster farms.

This is called black salts, is barreled, and shipped to Britain, where it is in great demand.

Water in the camp was scarce, so there was a resort to barreled beer and dynamite.

Usually they are placed at first in piles or windrows; and from these piles they are barreled or boxed for market.

The early harvest apples in their full prime were picked and barreled.

Prior to this the mineral was barreled up and shipped to London, being taken over as ballast, in packet ships, at low rates.