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


Whew, that beats finding pearls in the shells of mussels all hollow!

He stared, slowly shook his head, and then uttered a fervent, "Whew!"

He wore a straw hat, and boots of the ordinary colour, and — Whew!

"Whew, it's cold," exclaimed Leon slapping his hands together.

"Whew," he whistled as he glanced up and saw her at the little window of the attic.

Whew, that was a warm job, Nadia—and this air of ours does smell good!

Whew—— "Señor of all the domains, fiefs, keeps and marshes of Warren of Kentucky—"

"Whew," I said, passing my hand over my heated face, and grinning at the Prince.

Whew, but I wish we had even an inkling of what our first duty is to be.

Whew, but they've got the original get-rich-quick scheme in this burg.