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


"This is my address," said the merchant, writing it in pencil, and handing it to Robert.

"There is more here than you know," said Christopher, handing her back the paper.

"Could I trouble you to put it in the fire," he said, handing the torn paper to her.

Then, handing the book to him, with a bow and smile, the minister turned away.

But they did not feel justified in handing Donald over to justice.

She started again to find Blandois close to her, handing Fanny into the boat.

"Here, read for yourself," I said, handing him my engagement with the Comdie.

Please to give me the most you can for this,' said Martin, handing the watch to the shopman. '

Who would have hindered it from handing its milliards over to us?

The Hobbs cub who was my vestiare was handing me our evening paper.