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


These were strangers to and distrustful of all out side their own little circles.

It was a very great knocking at his Doors, and the out side of his House.

Then they were out side by side to pace the platform briskly.

He was going to see it out side by side with this man, come what might.

She brought her other hand from behind her, and held the two out side by side.

Pluck a handful and spread them out side by side and this is at once evident.

Another tree, standing on the out side to the south, was surrounded by a ring of twelve feet diameter, and eighteen inches broad.

By this time, there was a crowd on the out side of the fence with clubs to beat me back.

They were out side the study door now, and Marjorie, still clinging to her father's hand, was skipping up and down.

Would that I had been, and had out side by side with that other body stretched lifeless on the rocks!