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


The ornithopter has hinged planes which work like the wings of a bird.

He rose up straightening himself as though he were a hinged figure.

The tubes will then be closed upon one another as if they were hinged at the joint.

They still had air; his helmet was off, but it was attached and hinged back.

Where it is desired to have the hinged portion open flat and no more.

The gains may be cut in one or both of the pieces to be hinged together.

Any of these lids may be made removable or hinged, except the sliding top.

But, of course, it hinged entirely on his fellow-clerk's agreeing to accompany him.

The back of the front seat was hinged, and dropped back to horizontal.

If plates are very thick, they must be hinged, as shown at fig. 11, B.