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


But there were no loopholes for musketry, nor vaults and dungeons.

They did not even answer the desultory fire directed at the loopholes.

Yes, there are two loopholes in the logs in each side of the house, upstairs.

"I wish they would come on," Dick said, as he pulled out the straw from the loopholes.

Two companies were told off to man the loopholes of the stockade.

His first impulse was to look out from the loopholes of the tower.

A little group of men were standing at the loopholes, peering out.

It was the voice of Baptiste, who was at one of the loopholes.

Merry suggests that “he scrambled up to the loopholes that were pierced in the wall.”

The McSween men started the firing from the windows and loopholes of their fortress.