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


And as he spake the smiles were all over his face, and he louted low again.

But Stephen had turned away and louted low before the clerk.

He louted low, and she bade him bring a stool and sit beside her.

He strode into her little parlour, and louted low before her.

So saying he got him down from the ass and, for all his corpulence, louted full low.

And therewith she louted down from her saddle, and they kissed together sweetly, and so thereafter wore the way.

At last, however, he came into the presence of Finn and louted before him, doing obeisance.

And the priest devoutly crossed himself, and turned and louted to the altar.

Lena louted, and departed with Oliver, and her mistress again closed the door of the cell.

He louted not low, but made a bow that would have done honour to a herald.