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


The men in blue coats were lining up about a small wagon train.

We were lining up to go over in the Battle of Arras on April 9, 1917.

He bitterly decided that the folks were lining up against the outlander.

The Irish politician is an adept in "lining up" voters of other nationalities.

Now all knew and already they were lining up, on this side or that, for the coming battle.

"I hope you won't blame me for lining up against you, Matt," said he.

While these were being assembled he went about lining up a little aid.

But it must be getting near time for the start, because they're lining up now.

The Randall eleven was lining up when the Boxer Hall team fairly burst from their dressing-rooms under the east grandstand.

Sheba noticed that the Hannah was drawing up to a wharf and the passengers were lining up with their belongings.