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


Out went poor Dick, with the tear in his eye at being snubbed so.

Out went the light, for Peggy was, as we have said, a law-abiding citizen.

Out went the black horse into the lake, and the lake became flame.

But there were oars in plenty, with men to man them; so out went they, to be worked with a will.

But while they yet spake, she gave another curtsey, and out went some more.

Out went Jamie's arms, as if he had been a machine and she had pulled the right string.

Down went the window with a bang and out went the bandbox into the ditch.

Out went this because she would not have done it, and that because she could not have done it.

Accordingly, out went Peter on a little pony with Mr. Chase at its head, and the riding lessons began.

Out went the little Schootka like a wasp, with a deadly torpedo at the end of her spar.