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


They'd come from over to the camp, and up the cañon way, and roundabouts.

Then there are roundabouts uncountable, and gymnasia abundant.

The skippers and roundabouts have both been mentioned before.

From the roundabouts they went to the swings; from the swings to the cocoanut shies.

For the roundabouts rule the scene; the roundabouts take the money.

It was not the roundabouts, so crude that even an infant of to-day would despise them.

The roundabouts churned out their relentless music, and the bottle-shooting galleries popped and crashed.

He then amused himself, for some time, in trying to scoop up skippers and roundabouts, but without much success.

And arter that she stopped at a place Poplar way, where there was a few swings and roundabouts and things.

I had already so much of soldiership as to know that it is well to master the ins and cuts and roundabouts of a strange house.