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


But Esther, if she had played Othello, would have blacked herself all over.

But Dan blacked out, receiving some of the concussion of the exploding rocket.

And what had been blacked out was as a matter of fact very useful to me!

He borrowed John's clothes and blacked his face and met Ned at de river.

But it would not have been his boots that I should have blacked!

I believe it was Bill who had blacked her eye, and she liked him all the better for it.

He blacked out as if he'd been a computer suddenly deprived of power.

Perhaps he'd just blacked out for a minute and the kid had gone out the door.

He was in New York a little while ago, and I blacked his boots.

I've got to be blacked up and Willie can't get his dress on—it's too big.