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


He ran up the staircase to his room and flung on some clothing.

While this was doing, most of the Englishmen ran up the forward hatch.

I ran up the stair on all fours: it was my way when I was in a hurry.

With that she ran up to the hollow tree and crawled into it.

"I'll be down presently," he went on, and then he ran up the stairs to his room.

Muche, quite naked, ran up and threw his arms round his mother's neck.

We ran up the hill, I say, as men who raced for their lives.

Kate ran up to dress, and came down like a bud bursting into flower.

And as she ran up, he turned and sent a hall porter for the carriage.

"It is a coincidence," laughed Alden, as he ran up the steps to greet his beloved.