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


My shelters are going to be mounded up eight feet above the ground.

The blankets were mounded on the bed as if they'd been pulled over Bryant's big body.

His bleached blue eyes shut to slits as he watched the rear car in its smoke-blur ooze away westward among the mounded bluffs.

Its mounded solidity made its rapid motion look strange and terrible.

But may I be dead, and the earth be mounded above me, ere I hear thy cry and the tale of thy captivity.'

The Kaiser, had he known of the exhausted ammunition and the mounded dead, could have walked unarmed to the Channel.

Banks of moveless cloud hung about the horizon, mounded to the west, where slept the wind.

If the earth is mounded around the box, barrel or pit, surface water cannot run in.

Just back of the mounded earth, the reserves were sleeping in the mud of the road, and on the wet bank of the ditch.

Approaching the Orkneys from Thurso the first things that struck us were certain great structures crowning the mounded hills.