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


He hurried along the edge, looking for a shallower place, but found none.

The trench is not to be sunk deeper than two feet and a half, or shallower than one foot and a half.

The fish sheered to and fro, and would not come into shallower water.

The swirl of the current swept him into the shallower stream below.

Shallower men than he had gone out as ministers of the great Republic.

Thus, in woman the pelvis is wider and shallower than in man.

Theodor advises him to sail in shallower and less troubled waters.

It is wider, shallower, and shadier, and moulded in gentler curves.

She loved that too, but with a different and shallower part of her nature.

Posterior arms about one-third larger, also trifid, with one deeper anterior and one shallower posterior incision.