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


The hydrogen was contained in seventeen gas-bags of rubbered fabric.

A foot landed feelingly against his ribs, another took him on the face; and for all that they were rubbered they stung horribly.

Mr. Kinsella accordingly "rubbered," as his slangy nephew put it, and satisfied himself of the identity of Mrs. Huntington.

It was pretty rotten and it rubbered down under him, and if he hadn't been running so fast I guess he would have broken through.

I rubbered some more, to see, but there was only a massed formation of hats where the face had been.

I saw that Kearney girl go by here before supper, and she rubbered in like everything.

"Well, I should say I did," said Father, as he scuffed a corner of the carpet into place with his rubbered feet.

Then they went out to the carriage, past the baggy, rubbered man, who shrank back suddenly behind a stone column and watched them.

And as she spoke, she stepped lightly on the rubbered deck of the Belle Helène.

The junkshops and antique bugs have rubbered all Europe for it, but it seems to be out of stock.