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


So this was the meaning of his dorados' sullen insinuations!

Two of his dorados seized the Frenchman and proceeded to subject him to a rough overhauling.

His vague suspicions of the three dorados congealed into quick and firm convictions.

When all the bargaining was over, Quesada and his dorados discovered they had not got off second best.

Quesada's dorados had gone behind the wagons to currycomb and further polish their new horses.

He came to this barranca in the dark of last night—he and three dorados and a tall ungraceful wench, pale as a sickly lily!

Large quantities of gold-fish (dorados) descend this rapid, and it was the largest rapid we had yet met with.

They met with little weed; but caught two dorados, and more in the other ships.