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


She got her hands out of his and lifted them to draw his face again to hers.

My object in standing up was to have my hands out of the line of his vision.

Sarah laughed, as she spread her hands out before her and surveyed them.

But I managed to throw my head back and my hands out to show they were empty.

And stretching his hands out he moved forward to arrest that sound.

But Hal had sense enough to keep his own hands out of the affair.

Turn around and face the rock, and hold your hands out behind you!

She held her hands out, though, and convinced herself that it was true.

"Didn't really expect to find anything, but—" He flipped his hands out.

Course, it's an odd line he hands out, the kind that keeps you guessin'.