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


And throwing himself on the grass, he hid his face against the dog and sobbed.

Perhaps he thought of Rahab who hid the spies, and received a commendation for it.

And then, amid his lore of wretchedness he hid his face and wept.

I hid not my light under a bushel, she would say that for me.

She hid her face on his breast against his tickly coat, and cried.

The blessed Savior was persecuted in his very infancy and had to be hid by his parents.

"We called it the Stick-which-kills-flying," said the Indian, and hid it again under his blanket.

I acknowledged my sin unto thee, and mine iniquity have I not hid.

But she shook her head and rose—angry, which she hid, but also amused at his pertinacity.

And I know that since the death of Maman Theresa they had hid it in one of the bureau drawers.