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


Ask him what became of Tom Langdon after they left that prize fight.

After that I saw them go to a cafe, and from there to a prize fight.

I peeped through a kinetoscope last winter at a prize fight.

Carrington-Smith said he preferred a prize fight to any play.

In December 1729 the Mayor of Oxford licensed a prize fight to be held in the town.

But they do cable to the remotest corner of the globe my presence at a prize fight.

I met him at a prize fight once in Chicago and was introduced to him.

One, verging on delirium tremens, had a prize fight with a stone post.

Not that Wilbur would have been unwilling to attend a prize fight.

There was an atmosphere somehow suggestive of the races or a prize fight.