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


"Yes," assented, Stoliker, winking quietly at the professor.

At which he fell a winking, and the whole company burst into a laugh.

They remained behind, winking at each other, and waiting still for Charles.

Mr. Stryver was lying back on his sofa, winking at his ceiling.

Boche and Bibi-the-Smoker snickered at the nudes, pointing them out to each other and winking.

We recommend the above participles to be declined like winking.

“And there you fell in love with the little princess,” said the fairy, winking at the dwarf.

"That's the way to do business," said Williams, winking at Paul.

At this Sterne hung his head, thoughtful, perplexed, winking hard at the deck.

What is this mock dignity that stands on the lying breaths of winking courtiers?