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


But if she had any such thing I'm sure it was ended, and she'd have jumped at this chance a year ago.

I know more than one New York girl who'd have jumped at the chance.

At the same time Allister and Clune jumped from the car and ran.

How'll they know that it was luck—that my gun stuck in the holster—and that you jumped me on the draw?

She had jumped to her feet; but he only looked at her with understanding eyes.

As soon as he was gone, Kitty jumped up from the drawing table.

She jumped out on to the floor with her bare feet, and ran eagerly to the window.

In the dewy mornings, she hop-skipped and jumped by his side into the pasture to bring in the cows.

I jumped up and ran round the tree, feeling sure that I should find her.

He kinder started when he see me, jumped on and begin to drive off.