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


Then a swirl of other Mercutians anxious to get at the Earthman eddied him out of view.

It eddied through the sulky between the dashboard and the curtained sides.

A whirlpool caught the wreck, and there it eddied in dizzying circles.

It was as if the voices of generations of men yet echoed and eddied in the silent air.

They rose and eddied through his mind like the phantasmagoria of a dream.

They circled and eddied and pushed, always staring angrily at the riders.

They swirled, eddied and formed a barricade between us and the armored men.

They eddied and surged around it in dizzy reds and purples and greens.

The wind still swirled and eddied into every nook and cranny.

Back and forth they swirled and eddied, and howled like wild things about carrion.