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


From this fact alone, Captain Dinks was the less inclined to trust him.

Captain Dinks thought he had allowed the matter to go far enough.

But if he dinks to gif you some more of de same veesic, I dink it not too moosh.

"Den I dinks I seen him," was the natural remark of the grinning German.

Dis ish my friend, Jack Carleton, dot I dinks a good deal of.

Injins, too, I dinks; dere ist no more redskins might be blenty.

"I'm going to speculate on Mr. Dinks," said Mr. Britling's opponent.

Mr. Direck gathered that Mr. Dinks was to be his hockey name.

I dinks I brokes dem all: dat's what I meant to do; I will try him agin.

Yaw; they would have tumbled all over us, like a pig lot of trees falling down, but now I dinks they waits.