Thesaurus / whiting


Mr. Whiting: Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen: I do not know why Mr. Cashman should ask me to come forward.

He went to luncheon, swallowed a whiting and half a cutlet, and returned.

The Man Who Lost HimselfH. De Vere Stacpoole

Will picked out a small brill and a whiting or two, with a good-sized sole that had been left.

MenhardocGeorge Manville Fenn

It is not chalk, it is not whiting, it is not any kind of cement.

John Thorndyke's CasesR. Austin Freeman

They talk here of fishing, and are pleased with a few poor cod and whiting.

The VisionaryJonas Lie

At this juncture—it was now five o'clock—the division of the gallant Whiting hove in sight.

Following the FlagCharles Carleton Coffin

When the Burgesses met they questioned Whiting's authority, but he satisfied them by showing them his commission.

Give Me LibertyThomas J. Wertenbaker

But Mr. Whiting has treated his landscape and animal kingdom with rare discretion.

The Whiting was introduced, and taken in good health many weeks after, but not since.

If anybody demurs to Flatman and still more to Whiting he must be left to his own opinion.

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