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


Just at this time, from a cross-road, emerged a horseman,—it was Maltravers.

At a cross-road there was a finger-post, and it read, "To Kilburn."

Pausing at a cross-road, he selected a tree for one of his remaining announcements.

Over toward a cross-road there could be made out three figures on horseback.

At a cross-road we came to a quarry where a number of sappers were working.

In a cross-road, at some distance from the Satanic hill, the animal which I rode cast a shoe.

We were at a cross-road, with a stream running under the bank on our right.

But we have the advantage, and I know a cross-road which will cut off a good bit.

At the corner of a cross-road there stood the brother himself, but without the gun.

At the bottom we struck into a cross-road leading to Uncle Carter's plantation.