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


So running up to the top and seating myself on the toboggan I set it in motion.

I spent an hour and a half in her, running up and down and across that reach.

"I would rather not stop any longer," I replied, running up the foresail.

"It's time we were taking our feet from here," he cried, running up to us.

Before morning the Victorian would be running up the St. Lawrence.

Isn't that a man they're running up to the end of it, Bunting?

The surgeon, running up from the pavilion, pronounced it as a case of sunstroke.

The crew and stewards were running up to the bow quarter-deck.

I should have looked, but I have grown so used to running up and down.

So another minute and he was running up the road to Beaurepaire.