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


He climbed down with difficulty, clutching one hand with the other.

The Old Man climbed shamefacedly down, followed by the others.

He had climbed halfway up Mortimer's strong back in his excitement.

The Guides and Buffs now climbed the ridges to the right and left.

She climbed on a high one and sat watching the sea as it sprayed just below.

Elizabeth had climbed on his knees many a time when she was a child.

"I'll be down in a wee while," John replied as he climbed the stairs.

A 'bus drove up as he reached the corner, and he climbed into it.

She climbed quickly into the carriage and said gaily: "Go ahead, Sami!"

I climbed into my saddle moodily, getting offence out of even this.