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


He took me to his room and we chinned the thing over for two or three hours.

Pete reached for the top, chinned himself, and squirmed astride it.

He chinned with me a while—caught up with me and gave me a letter to mail.

I heard one of them call another 'Constable,' and the other chinned him as 'Sheriff.'

Next I grasped a horizontal bar and chinned myself fifty times with one hand.

Lor bless yer, this Lucyun, 'e knowed all the cackles as ever was chinned.

Josh announced, as he jumped up and chinned himself against a handy rafter of the low shed.

We chinned away there for hours until it began to grow late, when the girls concluded they would have to go.

She cornered almost everyone else, and chinned to 'em real earnest about somethin' or other, but I never seemed to get in range.

She swung herself lightly to the lowest branch, chinned herself, and climbed the tree.