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


I set about packing up for the journey, whither, I knew not.

So there is nothing now but packing up sofas, and pictures, and so on.

Maud faltered something about packing up; pain in her eye; not her fault.

I am so busy in packing up my goods that I have no time to talk with thee any longer.

The servants in the palace were packing up what they could for so hurried a removal.

As for packing up a dog, that is impossible; the best way is to pack it off.

Nonsense; you lent it to me last night when I was packing up our things.

And now you must think of packing up, and be off at dawn with the rest.

It is just packing up their Gladstone bag, and off they go, as happy as you please.

One was packing up to go somewhere; one was told "the landlord wanted her."