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


Then he leaped from the yellow, swirling torrent, and darted across the plain in head-long flight; for he was sore afraid.

Once they fancied they heard a voice call to them, but this only increased their head-long flight.

Once more, back still further, and again they drove with head-long force.

I push'd head-long into this new Engagement, and thought my self at one time the happiest Man in the World.

I should say that the bishop was the better strategist; but for determined, head-long valor, Madame Riano surpassed him.

Both boys laughed as they thought of the head-long flight of Stede Bonnet's company from a garrison of fifteen sheep.

So Allen communed with himself as he rode at a head-long pace down the Coyote trail, risking his neck a dozen times.

Behind this head-long charging host stretched the Plains, on whose horizon the rising sun was lifting its morning fires.