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


Occasionally these frocked and sandalled ruffians met with deserved retribution at the hands of those whose homes they desolated.

Her aunt's chief concern about her was that she should be frocked and mannered as became her position.

The road in the cut underfoot must bring the frocked host near enough to expose its spirit.

This change separates the old world of dress from the new; it is the advent of frocked coats, the ancestor of our frock-coat.

Hundreds of persons, not all of them venerable and frocked, were seen to rise and depart, shaking the dust from their feet.

Indeed, he was beginning to think her one of the smallest of frocked female essences.

Then came the king, followed by his four friends, barefooted and frocked like himself.

And turning jauntily in his frocked canvas breeches he walked off.

A sudden stoppage of the music, a frocked priest making anxious inquiries.