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


It grows upon the declivities of hills and in the savannahs.

Where are you to find the white-wine vinegar in the Savannahs?

And then a hunting-party in the savannahs of Louisiana or Arkansas!

Your Excellency cannot be ignorant that the ladrones infest the savannahs.

In the dry season, when they leave their nests, they swarm all over the woodlands, for they never trouble the savannahs.

It is a native of the African savannahs, and is cultivated in many of the warmer parts of the world.

The natives still believe that the soul of the tyrant wanders in the savannahs like a flame, which flies on the approach of men.

The summer heat is overwhelming; in winter violent winds sweep the Savannahs, which are covered with nocturnal frosts.

The reader has been able to form some idea of the fancifulness of the vegetable forms peculiar to the Australian savannahs.

The work of paddling the boats along this route is made specially hard by masses of grass, which drift down from the Savannahs.