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


If ye want these hearties loose up there, ye can have 'em in about two minutes!

"Lively, my hearties," said the boatswain, as he stepped forward into the waist.

"My hearties," a cheerful salute to shipmates and seamen in general.

But we were not only unarmed, we were overmatched, my hearties.

After this there was a general cry of “Heave ahead, my hearties, heave ahead!”

“Hoist the jib, my hearties,” cried the Captain, as the anchor came up.

I will talk to you presently, my hearties,' I said; 'what I have got to do now is to look for a shelter.'

But, “Give way, give way there, my lads; heave away my hearties!”

All Miss Seymour vants is a little winishing and warnishing, as we hearties say.

Wrap close, my hearties: you will have no more blaze to-night.