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


From an immense discouraging distance, they towered imminent.

It towered high over the clouds and rain; and none could say whereon it rested.

Then rising they towered, lifting brawny arms towards the stars.

It towered up there beautiful, strong, virile, and fruitful.

A block of flats, constructed with extreme cheapness, towered on either hand.

Only the mountain-head was white where it towered into the sky and the silence.

But, evading him, she towered, lean and malevolent as a fury.

This individual was a giant who towered far above Darl's own six feet.

He had come nearer, and towered above her on the other side of the railings.

There were six of the bandits here, and De Boer, who towered over us all.