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


"Jack Kilmeny will ride Teddy Roosevelt," blared the megaphone man.

It blared at a gathering of dismounted, irritated truck personnel.

"I know nothing of a mare and spider," blared the great voice.

Then he tossed his head proudly, and blared a great trumpet-note of defiance.

"We haven't seen you for a week, Mr. Judson," blared out Dawson.

"Good for you, Hendy," blared Gertrude, in a swinging middle tone.

But the little black cow, the rebel, blared at us, bound and suffering as she was.

At last they reached the floor from which had blared the strains of jazz.

Then the truth about him was blared upon her suddenly, and she found that he was to be pitied.

He turned to Freddy to make some remark about the situation, but checked the words as Donald Duck blared out an announcement.