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


The legs were cylindrical, jointed at knee and thigh with huge discs.

As they were jointed in the middle, they rose high in the air above him.

I seemed to myself to be a puppet, a jointed figure, a manikin.

They were huge, jointed things that clanked when they walked.

Above the table a number of jointed rods and clamps hung from the ceiling.

Bow-fronted and semicircular panels are jointed in a similar manner.

The chickens should be jointed, the inwards taken out, and the chickens washed.

If the curry dish is to be made of fowls, they should be jointed.

The jointed abdomen has also a tuft of bristles at its extremity.

It has already been shown that the pectoral fins are jointed to a girdle.