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


From time to time it cleans out the dirt and rubbish which accumulate in the hole.

Every summer he cleans out his cellars and limewashes all over.

And besides, as it is the porter who now cleans out the office, how can one see this damsel?

He utters some words when he cleans out the pipe-bowl, others when he fills the pipe, etc.

The Starfish merely presses the mussel into its mouth, cleans out the shells, and throws them away.

A comrade emerges, better off for legs, who finishes the invalid and cleans out his abdomen.

She must feel a greater contempt for them than the private-barmaid does for the boozer she cleans out.

In this story Old Mississippi cleans out the rascals in a very thorough manner.

Then he draws his claws sideways along the bark, and that cleans out the claws.