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


Catching sight of Yates, he winked at him in a friendly sort of way.

Here he winked one eye slyly and stuck his tongue into his cheek.

And he winked and blinked at stout Friar Tuck like an owl at the sun.

Jarrett, however, winked at Abbey, who was there as we entered.

I assented, and Cousin Egbert, turning to me, winked heavily.

He winked swiftly at Cousin Egbert, who coughed rather formally.

It has been reported that Mr Willet, previously to making answer, winked.

He had winked at his friends, feeling eager for a good lounge.

Aunt Palmyra watched him smiling: she winked and jogged his elbow.

He just winked and remarked: 'She is a knowing old card, my mother is.