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


When an artist enters his studio he hangs up his passions with his coat and hat.

An' de settin'-room where we hangs up our stockin's ebery Christmas!

He hangs up his wet things, and fumbles with a pair of sodden cuffs.

Then he hangs up his overcoat on its special hook, the one to the right of the fireplace.

Then she blushed, and said, "The great glass that hangs up in the dining-room."

Why, I've often noticed the smell of tobacco when she hangs up her coat in the office.

By way of reward she is presented with a red cloak, which, on her way home, she hangs up in admiration on a tree.

On Monday we always do the family washing, which generally takes me about three hours and a half when Mother hangs up the clothes.

A hero or a martyr dies—she gives one small toot and hangs up her horn.

He spreads a thick bear-skin rug, puts in down-pillows, hangs up a holy image (ikóna) in the corner, grieving the while.