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


Then he moved up toward the buildings where the men were grouped.

Lydia, for answer, moved up to his table and placed the parcel there before him.

The storm abating, they moved up the mountain, talking gaily.

She moved up to him and looked at him with an affection that was a transfiguration.

But lately a company of the Texas Rangers had moved up into the Panhandle.

I moved up through the long hall, making my bows to right and left.

Miss Anthony was "moved up," as she expressed it, to Honorary President.

Suddenly he moved up to the Alp, to live there at enmity with God and man.

Howe and Randolph moved up and they all sat at the same table.

He moved up behind her, his footsteps muffled by the carpeting.