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


The tube prevents the curling iron from becoming black with soot.

The tube can be placed on the jet and removed with the curling iron.

The small wire in the curling iron offers 220 ohms of resistance when hot and passes half an ampere of the 110-volt current.

She turned to the Big Soprano, heating a curling iron in the flame of a candle, and held out her hand.

One side wall receptacle for curling iron, shaving mug and luminous radiator.

Wait—there lay a long, black object on the white cover of the dressing-table—a curling iron!

I happen to have a curling iron and an alcohol lamp in my pocket right now.

I even found a curling iron—closely clasped by the bent nail upon which it had been hung on the log of a cabin—and a corset.

So he strapped the lion down, and used a curling iron on his mane until he looked like a bearded bull of Babylon.

He had a can in one hand and a girls' curling iron in the other and a big greasy frying pan under one arm.