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


The woman had consented to our occupying an out-house, and had agreed to buy the provisions.

He called to the donkeys and drove them forward to the out-house.

Baby is sitting in the out-house eating a piece of bread-and-butter.

“The shell is in the out-house,” said Corrie, eagerly, to the giant who held him.

They slept in a Boer's out-house, and the vrow was civil, and lent Staines a jackal's skin.

His bed was the tiled floor of an out-house, but there was plenty of straw on it.

Ralegh had already been permitted to employ this out-house as a still room.

They are stowed away in church tower, barn, rick, or out-house.

My orders are not to let any of you fellows pass, but my beat only extends to that out-house there.

He put all his belongings into their charge, and fastened his horse in their out-house.