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


The Mother Superior passed by, and as we all curtseyed to her she patted my cheek.

But down she went in her blue and gold, opened the door, and curtseyed.

She curtseyed low, laughing up at me with roguish eyes and mouth.

When she reached the base of the statue she curtseyed deeply.

With a sudden seeming formality she curtseyed and kissed mine.

At this moment Fanny came in and curtseyed as she gave her hand to the parson.

As she said these last words in a low whisper, she curtseyed down to the ground.

Then she curtseyed, smiling at him drolly, and put her hand upon her breast.

There was no embarrassment except that of modesty as she curtseyed before him.

The landlady curtseyed and smiled, curtseyed and almost whimpered.