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


Earth was then thrown into the crevices, and the whole fabric overlaid with sods.

And there were caves and crevices in which deep sea fish once had lurked.

They conceal themselves in the holes and crevices, only making their appearance early in mornings and late in the evenings.

With one last effort I reached this, and, climbing by the crevices, gained the top.

Molten mercury, pure and rich, is found in the crevices of the rocks.

There were many holes and cracks and crevices within its creaking framework.

Rollo could see the redness of the heat in the holes and crevices.

They can also bend themselves in an extraordinary way into hollows and crevices.

It was in the crevices of a tree, across which was stretched a dense web.

If it is seed, press carefully into the soil in the front of the crevices.