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


Or that at least a quarter of the drivers were out peering under their hoods.

"On with your hoods," he cried briskly, his good humour re-established.

Our breath was frozen to our hoods of fur and our cheeks and noses frozen.

There were the heaps of folded cloaks, and shawls, and the hoods.

They were like the Nithesdale hoods of Hogarth's prints, but smaller.

Luckily they have good piloni (thick cloth cloaks with hoods).

They threw back their hoods and sang America with deep solemnity and feeling.

Hoods are symbols of university degrees attained by the wearer.

But, first of all, be good enough to remove your hoods, that I may see your faces.

The first time this happened I was going to shoot with my neighbors, the Hoods.