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


He walked down to the post-office, and brought back a letter from the West.

He made a negro an assistant in a post-office where—think of it!

"No, we 'ain't been so fur's the post-office," answered Mirandy, absently.

Have the post-office people had news of the loss sent to them?

"The post-office must be to blame for this," observed Mr. Channing.

I said then, as I have said all along, that there was no one to thank for it but the post-office.

"See you later," called Frank to his chums, as he hurried from the post-office.

As they were passing the post-office, Ned looked in, and caught sight of their chum.

The latter comprised also the post-office, the fish depot, and a general store.

The present post-office marks the spot and commemorates the old name.