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


Grace took out of her bag a guest towel she was embroidering.

Macdonald strode to the forge and took out the bar of white-hot iron.

We shut down some of the power, so as not to outspeed them, and took out after them.

She took out two little hats, and balanced them on either hand.

Paula took out the cross from the wrappings and examined it closely.

Fanny took out her handkerchief, and rather angrily wiped her eyes. '

I,' he took out his pocket-handkerchief again and dabbed his face. '

And if he took out the wrong keys, how could he have locked the south door?

He had took out the right keys, and Jenkins could bear him out in the assertion.

He was silent for a moment, and then, opening a drawer, he took out a letter.