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


"Hullo," he growled, stopping short and eying him malevolently with lowered head.

“You say that that is and must be wrong under all circumstances,” said Eugen, eying me steadily.

He could not have understood her, for he drew back a pace or two, eying her with apprehension.

"That might be, of course," Mason allowed, eying the girl critically.

"Yes, and a wonderful resemblance," said Upton, eying it through his glass.

Smith was eying the bantam critically when Dicksie rejoined him.

“Stand away from me,” hammered de Spain, eying Morgan steadily.

"That ought to fetch them," she said, eying the baited line with an air of satisfaction.

At this moment he was eying the window-pane with intelligent intentness.

Eying her a moment, he bit it off, and put the rest in her hand with a grim smile.