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

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Darling shut the casket and slipped it into an inner breast-pocket of his reefer.

The Harbor MasterTheodore Goodridge Roberts

Mr. Reefer looked at Patty for a few moments with a face about as expressive as a graven image.

The names of the captured gunboats were Nonata, Bonita and Reefer.

He rose, pulled up the collar of his reefer, pulled down the ears of his cap, and set out to keep moving.

The Children of the ValleyHarriet Prescott Spofford

The old man slipped the weapon into the pocket of his reefer as casually as though it had been another pipe.

The MessengerElizabeth Robins

Braddock started and flung himself across the room to seize Hervey by the lapels of his reefer coat.

The Green MummyFergus Hume

However, as Sir Arthur's billet may be of more importance than the reefer's, I must intrust its safe keeping to your hands.

I didn't know Reefer was in town, but even if I had I wouldn't have thought it a particle of use to send a man to him.

Douglass tentatively placed his hand in the side pocket of his reefer.

He was standing outside a brilliantly lighted grocer's shop, his cap awry as usual, and a reefer thrown over his guernsey.

A Poor Man's HouseStephen Sydney Reynolds

WORDS RELATED TO REEFER

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