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


The bloater was left to waste its sweetness on the morning air.

The Bloater cut the cord that bound Phil Sparks, and darted from the room.

Wirtoo,” observed the Bloater, sententiously, “is its own reward.

But the Bloater and Little Jim were not thus to be got rid of.

Here the Bloater laid his hand on his heart and made a courtly bow.

The Bloater attempted to move off, but one of the policemen detained him.

The Bloater and Little Jim were also there, hanging about the door.

The former is applied to the fire, which gently smokes the Yarmouth bloater.

Bloater's a penny, bread a 'a'peny, cawfy a penny, cake a penny.

She stands high on her legs; and her wings have black tips, the rest being yellow, as though exposed to smoke, like a bloater.