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


"'Deed I do," answered Si, his mouth watering at the thought.

"Well, I might do worse," said Jeanne unexpectedly, her mouth watering at the chance for pickings.

As for the supper, a month passed before Sam Wardwell could think of it without his mouth watering.

The man departed, but left Anthony with his mouth watering (no pun intended) for the blue fir.

Bob stood at a respectful distance, his eyes wandering to the tempting collation, and his mouth watering.

"I like partridge pie," said Master Cheese, as he seated himself before it, his mouth watering.

The steak was a dream, and the french fries were a crisp, rich golden brown that started my mouth watering.

He yawned, his mouth watering at the thought of sausage, the good sausage the soldiers have, and he felt a gnawing at his stomach.

"Much good it would do you," purred Whitehead, her fur crackling noisily, and her mouth watering for a taste of rat steak.

She had golden hair, large violet eyes, a smile that would melt a Loyola, and diamonds that set every woman's mouth watering.