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


You know the man I was telling you of last night—Salter Quick?

Who, after all, were Noah and Salter Quick—what was their life-story.

"Probably to some place that Salter Quick knew of," I suggested.

Yet—Noah and Salter Quick were on her—and were living five years later?

Salter Quick saw it, too, and nodded significantly in its direction.

When Salter Quick sought for the graves of the Netherfields, he had a purpose.

Or it's chop toad-in-the-hole day at Salter's; ready at two o'clock.

Of all that this story knows no more; Mr. Salter goes out of it.

We were upset by Mr. Salter's carriage; it's damaged my leg, I believe.

I think Sir Salter—then Mr.—Pyne was also somewhat of a puzzle to him.