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


"There's a fox's mask," said the Colonel at the bottom of the table, pointing a triangular bit out.

The Magnetic NorthElizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond)

"You may go," repeated the old man, pointing at the road leading to his house.

Foma GordyeffMaxim Gorky

Pointing to these characters, I asked Higgs if he could read them.

Queen Sheba's RingH. Rider Haggard

I raised mine to my shoulder, and pointing it toward a conspicuous savage, pulled the trigger.

Bill Biddon, TrapperEdward S. Ellis

That is all full of gold, monsieur, said Jasmin, pointing to the cash drawer in the secretary; and its all yours.

"I have killed the god," I answered, pointing to the crushed viper.

The Wanderer's NecklaceH. Rider Haggard

Dinah and Brian (pointing roguishly and with satisfaction at Olivia).

Mr. Pim Passes ByAlan Alexander Milne

A secret communication from one of his friends, from Gulbadan perhaps, pointing out some means of flight.

AkbarP. A. S. van Limburg-Brouwer

"Someone's out ahead of us," said Zebedee, pointing to a head far out in the bay.

"Sit down," said the latter to Alison, pointing to another chair.

A Prairie CourtshipHarold Bindloss


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