Thesaurus / exchanging


"The Chicago Tribune" of the same day tells us that everybody was exchanging fisticuffs when the police arrived.

The Red ConspiracyJoseph J. Mereto

What in thunder do you mean by exchanging my valise for this one?

The Man in Lower TenMary Roberts Rinehart

They had fallen in with a small picket force which, after exchanging a few shots, had beat a hasty retreat.

"Merely had the pleasure of exchanging shots with him ten minutes ago," was the astounding answer.

The Motor PirateGeorge Sidney Paternoster

So Makaraig was exchanging looks of intelligence with Pepay, who was giving him to understand that she had something to tell him.

His friend was almost immediately opposite—the two looking in each other's face, and exchanging words in low tones.

The Lost TrailEdward S. Ellis

There the crowd was bellowing, and exchanging pleasantries and laughter.

The Death of the GodsDmitri Mrejkowski

I prepared a plan of treaty for exchanging the privileges of native subjects, and fixing all duties for ever as they now stood.

At my return into the room, Amelia insisted on my exchanging my coat for one which belonged to the old woman's son.

AmeliaHenry Fielding

Maslova stopped laughing, and taking a dish went on her errand, but exchanging looks with the bandaged boy, who giggled again.

The AwakeningLeo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy

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