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


Drop by teaspoonfuls on buttered tins an inch or more apart.

The shorter ones are laid crosswise for the ribs, a foot or more apart, tapering to either 53 end.

As these bulbs are an inch or more apart in the skin of the back, you have to spread the points of the dividers that distance.

The nine dories drew away from the schooner, each in a different direction, until they were a mile or more apart.

If as cordons they must be two feet or more apart, and lifted about once in three years.

There are usually other lines, an inch or more apart, crossing the vergures at right angles.

By this means the marks may be impressed on the paper at distances of 400 miles or more apart.

And thus three days and nights passed by, and ever the husband and wife drifted more and more apart.

Henderson drew more and more apart from confidences, and was alone in building up the colossal structure of his wealth.

The wires leading to the primary coils of the sparking coils pass through the explosive a meter or more apart.