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


They swayed and rallied and once more faced the foe for a second charge.

When Matt once more faced round, he smiled serenely on his friend.

He no more faced the problem than any other boy does, than the great majority of men do.

In obedience to it, I once more faced towards the commander-in-chief.

Ferrier felt lightened, and he shook hands with Larmor before they once more faced the war of the night.

Betty squeezed herself under the fence just before the emu reached her, and once more faced a very crumpled Monday morning.

Calhoun, from the edge of the grave, into which only a few weeks later he was to fall, once more faced his old adversaries.

Charley turned toward the brook again, then once more faced his companion.

In silence he turned away, and once more faced the terrible hill which led to the Hundred Mile House.

Helen rang the bell for silence, and, when some sort of order was restored, once more faced the turbulent Juniors.