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

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He had a long reach, and whenever he tried to bite Glen's thigh he had to pull his legs back quickly.

For half a mile or so did Glen and his companion follow it, seeking some place at which they might continue their ascent.

CampmatesKirk Munroe

Glen had been so proud of his birthday, too, and it had been made so much of at home.

CampmatesKirk Munroe

Sabina was the vanithee's name; and she warned her husband to have no more dealings with Lassa Buaicht, the old man of the glen.

The river Glen falls into the Till, which is a tributary of the Tweed.

He liked the trainer of Barellan, and since he had known Glen Leigh he had been on very friendly terms with him.

Then Glen waved his flag, while the division engineer seemed to be pointing to something in front of them.

CampmatesKirk Munroe

The laird of Glenfernie, who had walked to the Kelpie's Pool, now came down the glen.

FoesMary Johnston

Here a six-foot Stoic, the Nestor of the glen, is very formally going through the ceremony of loading.

It was not that Glen wanted his breakfast less, but that he wanted his ride more.

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