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


It wound down the trail and halted in a circle on the bank of a stream.

The road became rougher and rougher as it wound down into the valley.

Our road was a narrow pathway, paved with stone, that wound down the face of the cliff.

Elspeth stood in the path that wound down to the cottage, and without a word Zora dropped the basket at her feet.

Early the next morning we were on our way, and wound down into the narrow pass between the lake and the hill, as the sun rose.

But his eyes went past the red-headed man to the stair that wound down, inside the ship, from some compartment above.

"Aren't they the most attractive little children," exclaimed Imogen as they wound down the road toward the river.

It was pure chance or providence, for even Martella knew nothing of the path, which was one of many that wound down to the river.

As I wound down the hill, the moonlight fell full upon the remarkable and lonely tree I had observed in the morning.

Their road now wound down a hill and out of the woods to join the valley road.