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


Now a thick beard and furrowing lines hid all the look of the past.

His companion was furrowing his brow over some knotty problem in his duties.

At the bow she stopped and looked down at the waters they were furrowing.

"A new hat," hazarded Gordon, furrowing his brow in deep thought.

Their narrow gray bodies were furrowing the waves at a speed of about fifteen knots an hour.

The hills should be six feet apart, and are generally formed by furrowing the land at this distance in each direction.

This operation is performed to counteract the propensity which swine have of digging and furrowing up the earth.

They are harnessed to the carcasses, and the dead bulks of the victims are hauled bravely off at a gallop, furrowing the dirt.

He left his Pad, curiously mopping his brow a little, and furrowing it between the eyes.

The work of one such plough during a season they have called a "sulling" or furrowing.