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


The tomb was close by the side of the pew, with only a flagged passage between.

Seems the train was flagged on the bend out of the hills and then allowed to pass.

In ten minutes there was not an inch of the flagged aisle visible.

It was at least a twelve-foot drop to the flagged pavement of the court.

Wherefore he flagged down a "taxi" and was taken out to the Pleiades.

After that, the popular interest in the Lenten sermons had flagged a little.

Although in the country, the boy's appetite was not good and his zest for play had flagged.

The ground is flagged with broken stones, which are much overgrown with moss and weed.

Conversation never once flagged all the time we sat at table.

On the ground-floor were a huge hall, kitchen, pantry and sitting-room, all flagged.