more across

[ uh-kraws, uh-kros ]

Antonyms for more across

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


He rose and, going to the window, looked out once more across the yard.

As if to make sure that he heard him he struck him once more across the face.

The flowers are an inch or more across, with violet or white rays.

The ancient river delta must have been 200 miles or more across.

Thus urged, the other turned his face once more across the lake.

My father whisked me once more across the long Jersey marshes.

Next day, we were off once more across flat, uninteresting country, keeping close to the river.

Several lakes were found at intervals; they were round as plates, a stone's throw or more across, some fresh and some salt.

The lightning sprung once more across the sky, and showed me for a brief second the distant marble outline of the Romani vault.

Dashing once more across the passage, he saw that a lurid flame was piercing the smoke in the other room.