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


"I have not; it was an out-side call—" Stuart turned to his companion.

The out-side door had not been shut, for it was such a warm day.

These electrons may be affected by out-side influences, they may be agitated and their speed or vibration increased.

He fed on lo-custs and wild hon-ey, and his clothes were made of the skin of the cam-el, with the long rough hair on the out-side.

This suggests at once that the rightly rounded Christian life has two sides; the out-side, and the inner side.

But I have a mind it shall stand an out-side there out of the way, as daisy, is dayes.