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


Presently the gardener's boy from Mrs. Menotti's came along.

They came along the valley from the east and out from among the hills to the south.

Fortunately it happened that I came along not five minutes after he'd carried you off.

They got out of his way when he came along; nor did the boldest of them ever dare to rob him of his meat.

And I came along faster when the war gave me an opportunity to show what I could do.

It was not, indeed, until the fourth night of waiting that Plexo came along.

I brought some with me, and just got through eating it when you came along.

There, that's the document that came along with my trunks, and I have never heard from her since.'

I told them that you were making up your mind and I came along just then.

Is n't my heart lighter than when I came along this morning?