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


The orders were, that all the boats should land at a big mole which runs out from the town.

There is the brook that runs out of the pond at the foot of the last hill.

The situation was a promontory, which runs out towards the north-west, in Lat.

Not much good,” he said, “if the water runs in as fast as it runs out.

Some easy catches were missed, and some “runs out” were only just avoided.

He then runs out and touches the first he can overtake, who returns to bounds with him.

Yet sure It has infected me; for I sweat too: It runs out at my knees.

Blessings on the man who runs out before us to remove some obstacle from the path!

Curse this blood, how fast it runs out when it is most necessary to keep it.

He snakes hands with Roberts and Campbell, and runs out, followed by his wife.