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


Wish you'd look me up—Half Moon Club'll get me 'most any time.

Low in the west was a half moon, just sinking behind the mountains there.

In the morning he sent to Half Moon Street a huge basket of flowers.

The river is here about a mile wide, and assumes the form of a half moon.

Then the French fell on upon the other Half Moon; but were beaten off.

The half moon is near the meridian at sunset and sets near midnight.

Her only ornament was a half moon of brilliants in the bronze coils of her hair.

A half moon shone in the sky, and the night was clear and still.

The Half Moon range-house, then, was open to Hapgood as a friend, as an equal.

Now he was to be paid a dollar and a half a day, and because he was worth that to the Half Moon.