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


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

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

Nothing daunted, but doubly furious, she jumped up and rushed at him.

Then Ned jumped up into the air, springing as high as he could.

In a flutter she jumped up and went to another part of the room.

He jumped up as I entered and came to me with his face flushed and his eyes dilated.

I hailed it, and jumped up, telling the driver to take me to my chambers.

The alarm was sounded; all but Vulich jumped up and rushed to arms.

Grushnitski jumped up from his seat and seemed about to fly into a passion.

I jumped up, flung open the door, and advanced into the ante-room.