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


Then he hoisted the tree on to the wain, roped it into place, and told the cartman to drive on.

He doesn't like you, anyway—witness the way you bawled him out that day you roped—ow-w!

They thought Egbert was as wonderful as ever, but they agreed that Lobelia had roped him in.

You've roped me in nicely, and I'm game to go; but I'll have that bottle if I have to drink it all alone.

Of these he roped one and brought it back to camp, where he saddled it with deft swiftness.

A second cowboy rode up, roped the bull, and deftly hogtied it.

It was roped across and a rough board separated it into two sections.

Been up to the courthouse and roped in three of the county officials.

Been up to the court-house and roped in three of the county officials.

Inside the corral everything, of course, had to be roped and thrown to be branded.