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


After they had all put on their waterproofs, they flew on and on again, through the rain.

But in the way of waterproofs, we have a new pattern, very seasonable.'

So I hurried on waterproofs, knowing that we were in for some mudlarking.

The toilet case and the rugs and waterproofs we took with us into the compartment.

A messenger was forthwith sent to Villalegre for the rest of the waterproofs.

"There was a bright spot, after all," said Louise as they were putting on their waterproofs.

Except when it is raining, great-coats or waterproofs will not be worn when men are working.

Thick boots and waterproofs—these were his peremptory instructions.

But the rain showed no sign of stopping, and at length with umbrellas and waterproofs they set out.

Every man rose to his feet, and picking up his waterproofs or his long sea-boots, one after one went shambling out.