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


Nobody at the Hazels thought of exactly asking that question.

Away they flew to a copse beyond the lake where hazels and alders grew.

At Hazels Mary found her duties more onerous than they had been in town.

Hazels, because they were thought to contain wisdom and knowledge, were also sacred.

I rose, and crept through the birches and hazels to the edge of the glade.

The hazels are all down, and the hollies pounded into birdlime.

Well have a finer one than that when the hazels push on a bit.

It was a plateau like the high-veld, only covered with bracken and little bushes like hazels.

I shall connect his wifes name instead of Hazels with Corway.

Jehan lay by a clump of hazels, the blood welling from an axe-wound in the neck.