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


Once in a while a new one pops up, and we put him on the list.

Straight as a dart he flies at a tall savage who pops up on the ridge in front of him.

Jack pops up with a white handkerchief in one hand and stretches his arms over the pair in front of his box.

The forgotten Cosmo pops up again; the Colonel introduces him with a gesture and darts off to his baby.

Before many moments have passed it pops up its head again to look around.

An' suppose he pops up with a regiment o' soldiers to take you to a camp about five minutes before our parole is up?

If the mouse is held still over such phrases, a transliteration in Beta-code pops up.

The “Minute Man” is always on duty and pops up his little spray of hot water, fifteen feet high, every minute or two.

Tell me, for instance, just what does a submarine look like when it pops up out of the sea?

Just as she looks into the barrel, Jack Frost pops up his head almost in her very face.