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


And drawing lazily on his cigar Dillon was watching a new line of wharves.

The cabman druv 'im to somewhere on South Street, by the wharves.

Most of this is now a thing of the past and the dredges lie rotting at the wharves.

He had been down to the wharves since early in the morning, seeking for employment.

Think of the great wide flowing river with its wharves and its boats.

Some were pursued and cut down, others escaped by swimming to the wharves.

He was in the habit of sitting on the wharves and watching the ships.

At the wharves at Launceston the tide rises from twelve to fourteen feet.

That afternoon Wade and I went down to the wharves to make inquiries.

As soon as she dropped anchor in the stream, her boat rowed to the wharves.