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


During this day they contented themselves with bivouacking there on the beach at the harbour.

While bivouacking on the Hiawasse, a citizen named Trotter, came into camp.

I am writing this in the woods, where we are bivouacking for the night.

The fifth company was bivouacking at the very edge of the forest.

For he learned that they were bivouacking on the Nile to see the sunrise.

The troops who had been bivouacking there had departed for the exigencies of combat.

Since January 11, a period of more than six weeks, the troops had been continuously fighting and bivouacking.

Bivouacking in this manner was more or less of an ordinary circumstance in Ungava Bob's life.

The streets were empty, but for the bivouacking troops and the never-ending procession of wounded men.

We began to think of halting for the night and bivouacking under the lee of some thicket.