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


Pull it out, please, me hand's that dirty'—and out come the writ!

Early in the morning he opens the door and out come the ducks.

Of he is asleep, and take a pencil in his hand, out come a cannon.

It's like this: When we are not resigned, out come our desires.

At the corner of Grope Lane, out come many men of the Northern nations, armed with shields, and bows and arrows.

There he sees a mill, which gives a turn, and out come a pie and a cake, with a pot of stewed grain on the top.

They open at last, and out come the conscripts, unsteady, but trying to put a good face on it.

One day I use strong words, like white man, and I hit one large lump too hard; he break, and out come de white clear stone.

Come sorrow, one must fight it out—come hard times the same.

The other day, just as he was goin' in to supper, he pulled out his handkercher, an' out come a plug of terbacker 'long with it.