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


They answered that challenge from the camp, streaking out from under his hands.

I saw her streaking it up the street as soon as the trolley stopped.

All the wood has gone and the winds are streaking the ashes.

He kissed her again and whirled the boat about and sent it streaking for the mainland.

They were running, streaking out of the town with inhuman speed.

As to Jim, I cut his words dead short—and so they quit me streaking off to the south.

Erikson made a gesture as though darkness were streaking his vision.

He paused and looked at the window, where the rain was streaking the glass.

Streaking and sweating is apt to ensue if any great quantity is used.

The planes, a flight of six, were streaking towards us just above the wavetops.