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


Eagerly they scrambled into their outfits, then barged out into the night.

Some one barged into him, surged into him, from the rear, causing him to stumble.

Mel had come in late for his examination that year and barged into the wrong room.

They barged into the quarters of the flight officers and looked around.

Stan barged into the room and reported as a part of Moon Flight.

By the time I barged into his office, I was spoiling for a fight.

I found the rooms without any trouble, though an elderly doctor stared at me rather curiously as I barged along the quiet hallway.

The Irishman barged cheerfully across the room and ordered a pie.

The leader of the Brontosaurus herd trumpeted madly and barged for the higher ground of safety.

But to a mere amateur in crime it looks as though you had barged into a pretty good mystery, no kidding.