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


He looked along his gun, adjusted it, and re-adjusted it to a hair's breadth.

As she spoke she re-adjusted the garment-screen and removed the snowdrift.

He had taken her for granted for so long that it was uncomfortable to get re-adjusted to her.

Before Arnold had overcome his horror his host had re-adjusted his clothing.

Jessuron re-adjusted his spectacles, and looked at the prisoner with some show of surprise.

Quickly the tunics were re-adjusted and an attempt made at re-establishing some semblance of decorum round the table.

Without the slightest noise Mark dismounted, and, ungirthing his saddle, re-adjusted and fastened it further back.

The skids have to be re-adjusted for every successive log, and a supply of new logs rolled up as fast as wanted.

Now, rather late in the day, it strikes me that the conventional point of view should have been re-adjusted to the special case.

The traps are re-adjusted, and the game brought into camp—or left to be skinned where it is if the camp is far away.