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


The Chieftain and he, combining their plaids, made a comfortable and warm couch.

But it soon after appeared that these plaids had nothing under them—the lady was not there.

On with your coats and plaids and be off as fast as you can—over the ridge yonder.

I cannot get the plaids and tartans and Jacobins and castles and what-not out of my head.

Patterns of stripes and plaids are also made by the loom in weaving.

We were grateful for the plaids which we found in the carriage.

They are covering him with cloaks and plaids—they say the cold will kill him.

They were black, and were lined with very bright and showy Scotch plaids.

We had brought with us an ample store of provisions, not forgetting our plaids.

They were clothed with plaids, shawls, and threadbare garments.