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


And so saying, George ran out into the street and made his way towards Islington.

Then, with scorn for my folly, I ran out into the hall, crying for help.

Then he ran out into the entryway, shouting and calling for his wife and daughter to come.

After he had effectually concealed her he ran out to give the alarm.

In her wrapper she ran out into the hallway and found him descending the stairs.

It became so stifling that Augustine ran out of spit and was forced to lick her lips.

Solange turned at once and ran out to seek the driver of the dog team.

I turned, and ran out of the gate and down the street as hard as ever I could.

She ran out, gathered leaves and flowers, and came back with them.

Captain Hiram took the slip of paper and ran out at the door bareheaded.