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


It jumped back and bayed, whereon I jumped out the other side.

He was dismounted and attended by his dogs, which bayed the animal.

The dogs stopped at the shore, and bayed after the disappearing prey.

The foe are the dogs who have bayed us so to their cost for days and weeks.

Their doom seems certain, but they are fighting like bayed tigers.

The shouting voices which bayed the alarm brought other guards to the chase.

A hound, hunting alone by moonlight, bayed from the distance.

It bayed of stinking sunless pools and gurgled of black ooze.

There were bloodhounds that bayed often on a trail, and others that ran mostly silent.

The savage way in which he bayed the sheriff, however, and tried to get at him as Liz held him in leash, was really surprising.