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


There were attendants, running Turks, and guards before to clear the way.

Two guards, armed to the teeth, would be in it, and the door was closed.

Why not have detectives as guards—as if I wore a fortune in diamonds?

What had become of the jailer and the guards, Theseus never knew.

We now marched through a settled country, with some militia for our guards.

But the guards caught him and forced him back upon the seats.

This is the most important to begin with, because it guards him from the moment he is born.

The Dominican uttered a loud cry; the guards started back in awe.

As for the inquisitive folk on the pavement they only saw the backs of the guards.

There'll be a dozen guards dropping down on us in the next five minutes.