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


He dodged this way and that, and curved and turned, but to no purpose.

But the hussy only laughed and dodged the blows, and then hied off to her lover.

If 'twas somebody he dodged back so quick I couldn't be sure.

He winked at Bos'n and would have chucked her under the chin if she had not dodged.

She dodged around the table, through the doorway, into the hall, and up the stairs.

He scrambled after it, but it dodged his clutch and rolled and bounded on.

She did not see him and, to make sure that she might not, he dodged back out of sight.

Hugh dodged his glance at first, and then met it with an expression of audacity.

The fly swerved, and Almayer dodged his head out of the way.

He dodged under the horse and held up the kit to ward off the blow.