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


Camp was pitched in a grove of spruces at the lower end of the lake.

It was clear and crisp yet the air had a fragrance of the cedars and spruces.

A light wind had risen, rustling the firs and spruces above his head.

And the next instant she was among the spruces, too, confronting him with her rifle.

It is a novel sight to see the firs and spruces on this stormy sea-coast.

He saw smoke puff from the shadowy base of a clump of spruces.

Cedars, spruces, and hemlocks number their years by centuries.

He came out of a hole beneath some spruces about a hundred feet distant.

I procured tools and sank a shaft into the earth between the spruces.

Havent you seen how Vic spruces up nights when, hes coming over?'