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


It was upon these that Buller designed to make his principal effort.

It was by one or both of these roads that Buller purposed to advance.

And through it all Buller gloomed unsmiling, with out-thrust underlip.

I had something of a wrestle with Doctor Buller to get him to leave the splints off.

They rested, instead, on the scarfpin which Buller had termed a "peach," but they did not see it.

General Buller asked as he saw a figure standing in front of his tent.

It consisted of the 89th, 75th, and 60th Rifles, under General Buller.

His name was Buller, and he was neither sick nor under punishment.

It proved that Buller had sound sense that he was able to see this.

And as for being alone in the expedition, Buller rather liked that than otherwise.