Antonyms for chasers

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


There's forty chasers out for you from your road, if there's one.

Submarines had to take to cover when these chasers were about.

"No chasers so far," he shouted, as he again stooped to his tools.

But if one of our chasers was cruising alone, the whole group attacked him.

What ado was this in Boston, where men were only hunters of souls and chasers of devils?

I bought him thinking that he might make a steeplechaser, as rogues on the flat often develop into good "'chasers."

The axles are connected with vertical shaft, and the wheel or chasers run in an annular pan or trough.

Therell be a dozen destroyers and chasers combing the sea for that sub within fifteen minutes.

Here was a curiosity—a man with no press notices, no character, only one initial and two chasers.

In a crowded playground it is well to require that the chasers follow over exactly the same route as the pebble man.