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


Then the Martian picked up a rock and beaned the lad from the Windy City.

They arrived at Chicago the morning after the day on which they had started, and spent some time in the Windy City.

But, on the other hand, the men from the Windy City were on the aggressive, while the Giants were on the defensive.

Brennan winced and the crowd laughed at the memory of that game, which had been a Waterloo for the men of the Windy City.

Even in these radiant spring days, it fully acts up to its reputation as the Windy City.

The lady in the case showed marked preference for the society of the actor during one of his former visits to the Windy City.

Many more immoral and dangerous than he write Alderman after their names in that windy city.

It shall arouse itself to deathless activity and wrest the Windy City from the forces that prey upon it.

Arrived within we seem to have suddenly left the windy city and dusty streets far behind.

The Chicago team was that season the strongest that the "Windy City" had yet put in the field.