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


And yet there are no police, no soldiers, to keep these Bedlamites in order!

A small bell had rung to summon the Bedlamites into the great gallery.

I have caught the infection, I said, and am one of the bedlamites.

It is with justice that the criminal scoffs at the good as bedlamites who, with fanatical delusion, strive for castles in the air.

I hope it don't need to roll about like Bedlamites to be awakened to a sense of sin, Mr. Gibbs!

Their gestures and violent contortions of countenance resembled the frantic ravings of Bedlamites.

In 1792 the king was tried, condemned and deposed, and a republic was established; but it was a republic of bedlamites.

There was a lot of poles stuck up around with signs on 'em, and around every pole was a circle of bedlamites hollerin' like loons.

She heard that the Austrian Government was plainly composed of a set of Bedlamites, "scratching matches in a powder-magazine."

It seemed to the placid old gentleman that he was fallen among a parcel of Bedlamites.