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


Stocker, the innkeeper, had nice-looking daughters, but they were all married.

"A misfortune that has dogged him nearly all his life," snapped Mrs. Stocker.

"No, I will not have some coffee—especially in the open air," said Mrs. Stocker.

"In my opinion there's a lot of ground wasted," said Mrs. Stocker gloomily.

"My brother Daniel has surprised us all," said Mrs. Stocker.

Mrs. Stocker held to her rights, and Mrs. Ewart-Crane went unwashed.

"An anxiety to the family at all times, sir," said Mr. Stocker.

The barrel and lock next pass into the hands of the stocker.

They set their watches by Mr. Whitehead's, which they afterwards returned; but took Mr. Stocker's away with their other plunder.

Colonel Stocker come and got up a lot of hands and paid their way to Memphis on the train.