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


The panic destroyed the railways and bankrupted the inhabitants.

Any other industry than that of agriculture would have been bankrupted.

Heredity has bankrupted him before he started on his career.

Let me not have bankrupted myself for a trust thou wilt not give!

He would have drained dry a king's treasury, and have bankrupted Monte-Cristo's island of buried millions.

Do you think He bankrupted Himself giving you and me the little sense, the little power thats in us?

The war, liberation of slaves, the sudden extinguishment of millions of property, bankrupted the South.

I had actually made property while moving, an operation that was so expensive that it bankrupted many people.

Many local unions had bankrupted themselves by paying large sick benefits.

Though financially strengthened the intellectuals have been bankrupted, as a class, by the war for liberty.