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


And I could feel the impatient movement of his body on the car seat beside me.

There was no point in leaving footprints, though there was no reason to believe the explosion on the car seat had been heard.

He set to work on the car seat, pushing the pistol with its three remaining bullets out of the way.

The pistol on the car seat blew itself to bits, smashing the windshield and ripping the cushion open.

“Not such a very strong arm, in my opinion,” Sim answered, and she slipped deeper down in the car seat.

She was sitting up on the car seat, trying to keep her feet out of the water.

Steel alighted and tossing his hat upon the car seat gazed out over the mesa, misty in the moonlight.

When your baby can sit up, there are canvas seats available that hook over the top of the car seat.

"The next station is Fairview, Keineth--watch out for the kiddies," said Mr. Lee, rising from the car seat.

Frank drove Christmas back, but it was only to find the loyal dog hidden under the car seat, twenty miles on the homeward trip.