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


And jest when I was lookin' forward to luxury and palaces in England, and everything so grand!

We'll suppose yet a while, anyhow, as how he's a lookin' arter us.

I had a peep at him in the stall, an' he's lookin' purty fit.

And he stood there lookin', and he says to me: 'No, Katy, that is a graveyard.'

I wanth t' get away from here,' says she, lookin' over the hills. '

An' they isn't a man in this here fo'c's'le,' says he, lookin' around, 'that'll say I'd mind.

"You're lookin' at this," said he, running his finger down the crooked seam.

Before dawn she wuz at the door of the tomb, lookin' for His comin'.

He's got one eye out; lost it lookin' fer a pension, I believe.

They're all sitting in a row on that log, Max, and lookin' solemn-like at the cabin.