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


But she had to hold the lines up to the looking glass to read her name.

"If she lines up to her name she will be a man of war," said Jim.

She gave a gurgly cluck, and flapped the lines up and down on Firefly's back, with her elbows high in air.

How often, while practising the lines up in the attic, he has attained to an exalted sense of his leadership!

Each group has a leader, and lines up in rank (side by side), with the leader in the middle.

He tried to “place” work of every kind wherever he could, from riddles and comic anecdotes of a dozen lines up to serial stories.

On the first page of “Book No. 1” were six lines up and down, six lines across, six slanting lines, and a circle.

Now follow these lines up and down slowly and deliberately—not once or twice, but a number of times.

In every boat two men were pulling the lines up from the ocean floor and toiling like beavers.

Wait till he lines up alongside of a regular human man like Chet Timmins!'