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


"That chance is the destiny that hurries me to my tomb," answered Almamen, solemnly.

I cannot do more at this time, as I have something on my hand that hurries me much.

It only hurries the respiration, and chokes the pulmonary vessels.

It is our vanity which hurries us into situations from which we must come out damaged.

He is surprised, confused, and embarrassed, leaves his seat and hurries into the library.

I laugh at their amused faces, but Rose is embarrassed and hurries me away.

He flies on, and hurries his dark column over the open plain.

Pat Valdo hurries off to prepare for his boomerang throwing.

He glances at me suspiciously and then hurries away in much excitement.

His lunch is the matter of a few moments, then he hurries up-stairs.