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


Kirkwood planked down the fare, swore, and sprinted for the carriages.

He rose to his feet and planked down a bank-book on the desk in front of Wrayson.

I inquired, as the requisite coin was planked down on the table.

The frame of the Maud was all set up in due time, and then planked.

An oyster cocktail, a planked steak—rare; order the rest later.

The whole is planked over on the inner side with 4-inch planking.

In some cases, the excavation is planked up only to a level with the ground.

O'Malley just grunted and planked his bony elbows on the high desk.

For his four hours he "planked the deck," thinking of the past and hopeful of the future.

One was resorted to for boiled trout, another for planked shad.