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


She watched the riders as they swept round the curve in the course.

The uniform of these riders of the western plains was unassuming.

Here there was an old cabin, formerly used by the riders, but long since abandoned.

Of all the riders in this long procession, the youngest was probably the best.

At the door of "The Manx Fairy" the four riders were waiting with smoking horses.

The command to which you are appointed concerns horses and riders, does it not?

He pointed westward where two riders were barely discernible on the crest of a ridge.

“I fooled the night riders twice,” explained Rathburn with a peculiar smile.

They had caught sight of riders in the south and to the east.

The riders were handsome, swarthy fellows with haughty faces.