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


She cackled, and leered with vile significance toward the girl in the doorway.

They leered at him with phosphorescent eyes, yellow and purple.

The young inventor had done this while he leered at his captors.

He leered at her as though expecting her to flame at his prowess.

But the other two grinned derisively at each other and leered at the girl.

Above us, in the opening of the trap-door, leered the bright, mad eyes of Fraser.

He leered at her, put an arm about her waist, pulled her to him, and kissed her oafishly.

He leered at her horribly, and Beth seemed frozen into her chair.

Beasley leered over the rim of his glass as he drank his whisky.

“The Coyote has a bit of a record, they tell me,” Carlisle leered.