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


Casuals set their snares in hedge-bottoms, but these are no good.

She hoped, for the credit of the sex, that the majority of customers were casuals, like herself!

With the weight of such fervor and authority "Casuals" was most auspiciously launched.

These were doubtless, winter casuals, as the summer residents and transients pass through Oregon in October or earlier.

Many, however, continued out of work for a long time, and some are numbered among the casuals to this day.

In fact, all my readers, whether Batrachologists or Casuals, will agree that this is an unheard-of achievement.

He made the most of the hundred yards to the tea-camp, nodding remotely to casuals by the way.

The Duke seemed to find grim pleasure in the society of the casuals who made their way to his stone-yards.

By this time it was about half past seven, and the majority of the casuals were up and dressed.

I do not, of course, mean to imply that there was anything artificial or "manufactured" about the "vogue" of "Casuals."