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


Two Arrows felt no longing for any more hunting that day, and he bluntly said so.

I expect we've got to do a little climbing and do some more hunting.

His chief had foretold truly that he would do no more hunting for some time.

Well, now for some more hunting, said Jack when the camp had been put in order.

There's to be more hunting of the Christians for those who like it.

"I'd say no more hunting expeditions for the present," McNeil said.

The logical conclusion of this is more hunting and less game.

By-and-by the magician went out into the wood again for some more hunting, and on his return he tried afresh to waken the youth.

“We ought to have at least one more hunting party,” declared Chicken Little.

He got back to Gorse Hall early in the day, as there was no more hunting after the killing of that first fox.