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


He took the out-stretched hand, grasped it violently, and went away.

His arm was out-stretched as if he feared to contaminate his uniform.

Heyst did not turn his head; he only glanced at her out-stretched arm.

Here in the circle of my out-stretched arms the incredible was happening.

Her hand was there, out-stretched, their fingers had met and interlaced.

Bale-Corphew appealed to the people with out-stretched arms.

"I am satisfied," answered David, grasping her out-stretched hand.

With out-stretched hand he bade me welcome home where, he said, all loved me.

But the reins were just as tight, the out-stretched arms just as steady.

Some of the men, as he passed, darted forward to clasp his out-stretched hand.