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


The crevasses attracted the attention of the travellers very strongly.

One must be well shod so as not to slip, and one must look out for crevasses.

Coming to one of the crevasses which was too wide to leap, the ladder was put in requisition.

At one of these crevasses they were brought to a complete standstill.

Don't jump about near the crevasses, Pyto, and I'll go and fetch it.

They have followed him in imagination round the edge of the crevasses.

In walking over the ice in summer one may see or descend into the crevasses.

On the way they crossed a couple of crevasses, but there was no dog to be seen.

There was no need to look for crevasses; there was literally nothing else to be seen.

In the course of the 28th the ascent came to an end, and with it the crevasses.