Antonyms for limed

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


Betty was as incapable of flight as any bird on a limed twig.

Those of the Poles flow to the Equator to get salted, limed, and warmed.

When the hides or skins are in the limed state, they are gristly and firm in texture.

Long after Basterga, with an exultant smile and the words "I have limed him!"

If every bush be limed, there is no bird can escape with all his feathers free.

She was flying wild in the fragrant groves of St. Giles and you limed her.

Abraham, like his parents, seemed to have been limed and caught by the ensnaring inn.

Instead of this, the juice is limed while all the impurities are in it.

Limed and caught as he is, he's one that may give her some trouble yet.

The hold was then ventilated and limed; yet before the gale abated, our sick list was increased to thirty.