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


As she did so, she made sure that her window was hasped wide.

The door was hasped, with a crook let into a staple so that it might, if necessary, be padlocked.

The screened doors were shut and hasped, but the windows were all open.

The door was hasped and fastened with a stick; precaution enough in such a place, and for all that it contained, too.

From the center of the back of the box a square was cut out and a trap door fitted in and hasped down.

I looked round, mistress, and found he was quite alone, and that the companion-head was hasped down.

The doors were locked, but the kitchen window was not hasped, and through it she climbed.