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


Mountains and glaciers may bar our progress, objected Hatteras.

Their lips are sealed; their eyes are cold as glaciers, and often they drink deep.

A strong wind with the flavor of glaciers was blowing straight from the pole.

When the stars are out above the glaciers how serene the night is, how majestic!

They determined to go and explore one of these glaciers the next day.

Then, besides, you can actually hear the glaciers moving when you stand upon them.

Evaporation and condensation, woods and glaciers, have all been brought into play.

It's one mass of mountains and peaks and glaciers, and no Englishman has been through it.

Yet he has done for man something like what Agassiz did for glaciers.

"The glaciers and precipices will end by giving me the nightmare," she said to him.