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


Martin was thankful when he felt the collar buttons in their holes.

Marguerite paused, and made a series of holes in the sand with her walking-stick.

He had worked and eaten and slept in their holes, he had ranged the slums of all the seas.

I mean to say, the three holes in the ground being three "Wells!"

The cheese-vat should have holes in it all over like a colander.

Their eyes seemed to glare through the holes in their black masks.

He recognised the odour of the grass, the shadows of the planks, the holes in the wall.

She'll be charming if she gets over it, with holes in her face!

These were the garden-trees which he planted in the holes that Pauline made.

The holes G which are bored around the cylinder are the exhaust ports.