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


The car turned in at Schwitter's road and drew up before the house.

They passed out into the hall, and drew up at the clerk's counter.

A light wagon, driven rapidly round the corner, drew up at the gate.

As he drew up upon the moor the clock of Chedzoy struck one.

He drew up in the first bay and awaited the approach of the sleigh.

Then he drew up his report, in which the officer was indicted.

Relieved I was when we drew up before the town house of the Flouds.

He drew up with a jerk, and sat looking at the wagon standing there.

They ran to the window, drew up the sash, and looked into the crowded street.

In silence they drew up where the men were unpacking their goods.