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


It was the voice of little Moxy, the Sarpint o' the Prairies.

Look for the compass-plant, if you have the command of prairies.

It was worth going to the ends of the world to be able to write "The Prairies."

They need the range of the prairies, the hills, and the woods.

The emigrants had crossed the prairies as of old their father had crossed the sea.

A Mexican fellow—or, better still, a half-breed—is the thing for the prairies.

Many of the stock were now turned into the bush, to save the feed on the prairies.

The ranch did not seem at all far off since that rapid drive across the prairies.

In the fall, the prairies were gay with the yellow and sad with the lavender bloom.

The prairies were perfectly lovely with their wild flower setting.