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


Here he threw out the killick and unwound the line from his fishing pole.

I've got my fishing pole, and I can dig some worms when I get to camp.

The first thing I saw was a fishing pole with line and fly, and that I took, and the next was the first sergeant watching me.

It was evident from the way he shrugged his shoulders that the blows of the fishing pole had left a good deal of a sting.

He carries a fishing pole made from a tree twig and equipped with a thread knotted frequently and a bent pin for hook.

The boat was painted bright green; the man wore a curious jacket of a burnt-brown color, and held a fishing pole.

The strange thing was that he didn't take his fishing pole out of the boat.

His first thought had been to seize the fishing pole and with it to drag Horatio to safety.

Most boys have spliced a fishing pole or a broken bat in much the same way.

He looked for his fishing pole and line, and, after he had taken it out, he saw the little basket of lunch his mother had put up.