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


The shrouding mask was turned upon him with an effect of question as he paused.

Distance, by shrouding him in mystery, increased his influence.

She must be ready to do anything from cooking the next meal to shrouding the corpse.

Shrouding the lantern, we crept along the deck, and descended into the main-hold.

We have good reasons, reader, for shrouding this point in mystery.

Lift, oh lift the shrouding veil, spirit of the City Beautiful!

She turned again, almost direct for the cairn; the smoke was now shrouding it.

The bending and interlacing was called plashing; the polling, shrouding.

For a moment Grizel felt inclined to repent that shrouding veil!

The judge sat in his arm-chair, shrouding his face with one hand.