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


Peter reached in his side pocket and pulled out a clean handkerchief.

But the Leopard Woman pulled out in a second or so after Kingozi's departure.

Miss Georgie pulled out her watch, looked at it, and made a little grimace.

With that Warren pulled out a pistol, and ordered Morrison to throw up his hands.

He bolted himself in; pulled out his watch; and laid it on the counter.

From one of them I pulled out a bulky notebook and a number of loose papers.

"Enchanted" he exclaimed, as he pulled out a great gold watch.

The old man turned his chair round and pulled out his cheque-book.

He opened a drawer of the dressing table and pulled out a bottle of Scotch.

If he sank at once, he was pulled out and treated as if he had told the truth.