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


He turned away, and, moving up the hill, took up a fresh position.

The procession of men and women is moving up and down the gay streets.

Col. Bigelow with his regiment had to retire, but was soon met by Washington, with the main army, who was moving up to the rescue.

The 18th Corps are moving up on the left of the 10th and 3rd.

They had kept the enemy busy on the east whilst we were moving up.

We were now moving up on parallel lines at some distance from her.

They were wont to march abreast with us, moving up the east bank.

Five minutes later they were moving up Fifth Avenue in Bill's car.

We said "Move up" to each other, but no moving up was possible.

The Cawnpore division, under General Grey, were moving up on the other side.