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


They were worn, and had calloused stains and ill-kept nails.

Even her hands, reddened and calloused by labor, were well kept and shapely.

He had noticed that Joe's hands were rather rough and calloused.

Jacovik turned his hands over and looked at the calloused palms.

His fingers were calloused and no current could pass through them.

"Luck," Brion said, and shook the technician's calloused hand.

Could they be any more prevalent than they are now,—bearable only because we are calloused to them?

I mean by that, it was soft and well kept—not hard and calloused.

But the face was worn and the hand that she offered him was calloused.

To her side he crept and began to stroke her calloused, tired hands.