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.'

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

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

"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.