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


He has a habit of curtsying when he discovers you, which is very pretty.

"It is because he finds the Herr Traveler so strange-looking," she said, curtsying.

And then, curtsying to her husband's client, she prepared to withdraw.

Black Hannah appeared in the door, beaming and curtsying to the colonel.

It was not necessary for her to see him standing curtsying and curtsying to recognise him.

"With cream for the top," lisped the little maid, curtsying again.

“Nothing is the matter, sir,” said Margaret, rising and curtsying.

With a sob she passed up the corridor, curtsying to the king as she passed him.

"No—o," answered one or two regretfully, curtsying as they spoke.

The next day both the Tabbies were curtsying in the hall when we started out.