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


"You're not doing your share of consuming, Oldtimer," the young cop said mildly.

"Th' town couldn't help but grow," an oldtimer confided to me.

Down from the top of the hill trotted another skunk, an oldtimer whose range marched next to that of the first.

Then, if the gaming tables here were as crudely run as an oldtimer he'd known on Earth had said, he could try a coup.

The oldtimer would have bombarded it with a large brunette pill about the size and color of a damson plum.

One oldtimer claims that the outfit he works for bought a hind quarter of the carcass in 1857 and made corned beef of it.

Pilgrims and tenderfeet they were, and their lack of foresight might well shock an oldtimer like Murphy.