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


He held her hand affectionately in his, and often drew her toward him, that he might kiss her cheek.

The door remaining locked, he drew back and kicked the door powerfully.

Robert drew a jackknife from his pocket, and did as he was bidden.

I don't believe I ever drew a full breath until I came to these altitudes.

Haley drew near, and heard Captain Rushton addressed as Mr. Smith.

The ancient priest who drew it must have placed it there for a definite purpose.

This question was addressed to the lady, who drew back, and made no reply.

Suddenly he began betting in gold, ten dollars for each card he drew.

There he took the boots—they were terribly stained, he saw—and drew them on.

Slipping her arm about Evelyn, Grace drew her toward the stairs.