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


Hannah, as she moves up and down, is shunned as a person infected.

It moves up, and glides menacing into the middle of the town.

Well, there's a flap on the bellows—a thing that moves up and down.

The Witching Waves is a track that moves up and down in waves.

She comes around and moves up the harbor slowly,—oh, so slowly.

Under cover of this tremendous fire, French moves up the hill.

(holding out his hands as she moves up to back of sofa, R. of him) You are all I have left, mousey.

(Moves up and down excitedly while saying this; then sees Berthold, and points him out to the other three valets).

Then she moves up on the R. side of the Chesterfield to the refectory table and takes off her hat.

It descends the river as this falls in the dry season, and moves up again when the bed is filled by rain.