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


He dug a hole and he covered it with branches and leaves and a little grass.

He leaves the prison gates, he makes his way to his old home, but his old home is not there.

Only the heavy stems, which should be cut from the leaves, may be canned.

Get her as she leaves, or find her back at her own place later.

And Margaret would sit in the rocking while he cut the leaves and found the place.

If he leaves you soon for London everything will be concluded.

I am bound to admit that in French phrase it leaves much to desire.

He heard no sound save the rustling of the leaves and the song of the bird.

"The boy will write as like his father as possible," said she, turning over the leaves.

He leaves no permanent monument, no ruins of former greatness.