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


Over hill and dale she roamed, free and light as the breeze of spring.

Over hill and over dale she fled, swift as the rushing wind.

Over hill and dale, from house to house he followed the fair form.

And then they were off as though they had wings, over rock and wood, over hill and dale.

Then they were carried for miles, over hill and dale, on and on.

Then over hill and dale, across ponds and beyond Muskoka Lake.

Away and away flew the little sparrow, over hill and over dale.

Am I young enough to scamper, over hill and dale, after a she-goat?

Across the river she sped, then over hill and valley, which echoed with the merry jingle of the bells.

Away they sped, over hill and valley, over moor and mountain, until the Fiddler's head grew so dizzy that he had to shut his eyes.