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


Say I have some cock-shooting,—there are harriers in the neighborhood.

By the way, there's something to show you—an old maid who hunts her own harriers.'

The sentence about the Football Club and the Harriers was a sudden inspiration.

Confound it, I wish the Harriers would choose some other run!

Otherwise he plays golf and follows the harriers for his figure's sake.

But the best of harriers is that you hardly ever are out of the hunt.

Now that the harriers are gone, he said, the future seems rather a blank.

The name is a reminder of the old cry of the harriers—Co, ho!

The ordinary man will doubtless be satisfied to call them all harriers.

Hoo sto, ho sto, mon amy, ho sto: To harriers drawing for a stag.