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


He passed the first window, corkscrewed round, and came to another.

At length we climbed upon a little shelf, a foot or two wide, that corkscrewed to the left.

He found the Boggs family and corkscrewed their history unto the third and fourth generation.

Sure enough, they found the long timber was not half seasoned and had corkscrewed itself out of shape at least three inches.

For five minutes O'Rane reluctantly allowed a minimum of uncompromising information to be corkscrewed out of him.

First on one wing-tip, and then on the other, we corkscrewed dizzily down.

Then she went to the little wall-door that corkscrewed down into the courtyard through the thick of the wall.

He ran his hand through his corkscrewed hair, his familiar gesture.