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


He whirled about in his swivel chair, and blew a cloud of smoke from his mouth.

At last I laid him on the fresh grass by the spring and blew water on him.

The snowflakes clung to her hair and blew against her soft cheeks.

The weather was thick, and it blew fresh, occasionally, in squalls.

This gale commenced in the afternoon, and blew very heavily all that night.

The wind did hold, indeed it blew ever more strongly from the north; but oh!

The man, full willing, put the trumpet to his lips and blew loud and long.

Uncle, after making one more pause, blew a dismal wail and went on again.

Here she dabbed her sister's forehead, and blew upon it a little.

Commander Jowclas blew his brains out after losing heavily at play.