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


All along its length, he could see, at intervals, scaffold-poles and builders' hoardings.

Every term of endearment has become a catchword, every caress mocks us from the hoardings.

The public no doubt does read the literature of the hoardings, but then it reads so slowly!

However, they became friendly again and decided to pool their hoardings.

His note as a decorator of the hoardings is as distinct as it is agreeable.

I never heard a word from David Claridge that might not be written on the hoardings.

Yet, with all his hoardings, says Mr. Margoliouth, Rothschild was by no means a happy man.

He slipped from the taxi, penetrated within the wall of hoardings, and gazed, just gazed!

People look to the hoardings for information about their duty.

Indeed, upon all the hoardings in Greater London appeared various broadsheets side by side.