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


It was only then I noticed that she was banged up quite a bit for a Mekstrom.

Rover was in full pursuit, and he banged up against it, too.

I mean the shovel you banged up hammering on the drift to make us hear.

The army doctors rejected me for combat service; I'm too banged up.

I'll take a look at them and see how badly they've been banged up.

The worse the men are “banged up,” the better those interested in the team seem to be.

No, sir—I think he has had a fit of remorse, and thought better of having you banged up or crippled.

Then he began to cough as Bessie banged up and down the studio disturbing the dust.

Somebody told me you'd joined Security and got banged up trying to keep Trench from blowing up the dome.

"I'm all banged up—nerves shot to pieces," he said abruptly, turning his gaze intently upon Archie.