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


What would happen if you touched your other hand to the gas pipe or water pipe?

Moisley observed a piece of heavy twine tied to the water pipe.

You are not going to tell me that you attempted to climb up by the water pipe?

In doing so my hand touched the water pipe to the injector—it was hot.

So the scheme of climbing up the water pipe came to nothing.

Above the trough is a water pipe having a number of outlets by which water may fall on to the beets and into the trough.

A drain or water pipe had recently been repaired, and the new ridge had not yet been worn down by traffic.

The water pipe had burst, and a stream, like a fountain, was now steadily falling into the cellar.

The pipe-thread and sleeves used on the ordinary steam and water pipe are not strong enough for the duty demanded of the oil-pipe.

The stem of the water pipe as he raised it to his mouth writhed in sinuous curves.