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


A public guard of 68 policed the city for some months afterwards.

Her own opinion in regard to being “policed” into honesty had not changed.

The camp is policed daily after breakfast and all refuse matter burned.

The rifles cleaned, we policed the tent, making it absolutely neat.

My idea has been to try to police our property just as a city is policed.

The place does not look as though it had been policed since you came here.

"Because the octopods own the islands too, and keep them policed," Gibson said patiently.

Policed camp and park in the afternoon, which took us about two hours.

That's why Miguel wanted it given out that his horse had policed him.

At this time Hull contained 36,000 inhabitants, and was policed on a very economical plan.