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


The top flight, with Cowan leading, had climbed to twelve thousand feet.

But if you really fear any trouble, Larkin will be more effective in the top flight.

You have no objection to flying in the top flight with me to-morrow?

This gave the top flight a greater protective power and insured the bottom flight against any surprise attack.

She went on to the landing to answer her and found her on the top flight dressed to go out.

When she reached the top flight of stairs and stood before the attic door, it must be confessed that her heart beat rather fast.

The ball rises over his head, hovers an instant at top flight, or seems to; then shoots forward between the goal posts.

When he turned to call, she was half way down the top flight of stairs, racing through the powder smoke toward the landing below.

Some of the guests, who had not heard distinctly on which floor the kidnappers had found the children, climbed to the top flight.

I ran up the stairs, and there, on the landing, I saw John lying huddled up in a heap at the foot of the top flight.