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


The Road-Runner ducked once or twice by way of refreshing his memory.

He ducked instinctively, striking upward with his cutlass as he did so.

He appears to think that so distinguished a criminal should have been ducked in a tank of rosewater.

He ducked and peered into her face again, and again his face sobered.

Get out of the house, you puppy; or I'll have the servants up, and have you ducked in the horse-pond.'

He ducked a proctor in a water-butt and the dons were very cross about it.

I asked him once if he ever told any of 'em how you ducked him with the bucket of water.

He ducked, as a complete bank of transistors zoomed past his head.

Stan ducked into a narrow path and pedaled away as hard as he could.

Cutting the switch he slid out of the car and ducked over a hedge.