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


But if he trended to the south he might reach Spain and the Barbary States.

As it trended to the north, we followed it, as it must certainly lead to the banks of the Arkansas.

These bays and the ranges of hills we passed, trended East-South-East.

After riding slowly for about two hours we reached the point, trended off to the north, and encircled the mountain.

At ten the shore was eight or nine miles distant, and our course was north-east, nearly as it trended.

The river after its immense curve northward and eastward now trended south-easterly, and we had already reached S. Lat.

Crossing more uneven country, Harvey and Tom Edwards came finally into a road that trended down toward the shore.

For two or three hundred yards it trended along a horizontal level, and we could walk without strain.

It trended north by east and south by west, and was judged to be in length about three leagues and a half.

The 16th we trended the coast southerly, which was all champaign and full of grass, but the islands somewhat woody.