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


He moved away from her, up-lifted by the mood of the moment.

Every ear was strained to its utmost, and every eye was fixed full upon that up-lifted hand.

"You dirty liah," taking out a watch; "I'll give you jest five minutes t' tell, an' then—" he menaced with the up-lifted whip.

The up-lifted leaves of this tree are swung round in the afternoon and dipped into the water of the tank.

The day nurse's up-lifted brows betrayed her astonishment at the sudden turn for the better the young patient had taken.

Half-way down the broad steps Buck Mason faced him, in shirt sleeves, his head uncovered, an ugly "45" in his up-lifted hand.

The young German was standing in front of the mirror, with something in his up-lifted hand.