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


He was the best example of an all-round invalid I ever stacked up against.

These things were all stacked up into a heap covered with sails and oars.

I imagine there are quite a few Sub-Assembly 3-A's stacked up in there by now.

Some other pamphlets and magazines were stacked up on the top of the clothes-press.

Stacked up to me like a guy that's got just enough dough for a good big souse.

We helped ourselves and stacked up the soiled plates as we used them.

I'd like to see some of them stacked up there along the side of the grille, if it isn't too much trouble.

It is stacked up in piles like cord-wood, and happy is that household whose corn-stack is large at the beginning of a hard winter.

I have never seen such towels as were stacked up on that little white table in the bathroom.

He whistled at his work and stacked up more copy than the printers could set up in type.