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


Then she stood up with the air of one who has come to a definite decision.

Taku-Wakin stood up and stretched out his hand to the Council.

Weary Willie stood up in his stirrups and fanned Glory with his hat.

An intense feeling of contempt so excited her that she stood up on her feet.

In spite of her weakness, she made a great effort and stood up, resolute and firm.

Linda stood up as she made the presentation and the Judge arose with her.

The Assistant Commissioner had stood up also, slender and flexible.

I stood up reluctantly, and looked down over the balustrade.

Phoebe stood up, leaning hard upon the table with both hands.

Finally I stood up, triumphant, without any hair-pins and without any sausages.