Antonyms for mouses

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


The mouses used to run up his back and eat the powder and pomatum from his hair.

Already they did have ragged noses, where all of the three mouses did nibble nibbles.

Peoples have to do what they don't want to sometimes, and so do mouses.

But cats can hear easily a mouses squeek, and much higher sounds besides, such as no human being can hear at all.

"I like mouses," he persisted; and so, to change his ideas, Bee went on talking about the knot hole.

We've seen them running out of their holes; but I like mouses, they've such dear bright eyes and long tails.'

Poor as mouses of the church, as you say, but brave boys, and we work together with much gaiety.'

She secretes, prevaricates, quibbles, lays petty traps and mouses all day long.