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


The Jew was captured in his own house, dragged forth, and bludgeoned to death.

He had been bludgeoned in the most brutal manner imaginable.

Aylmer began to feel as if his wits as well as his body had been bludgeoned.

If she can't; good; no harm done that he wasn't there to be bludgeoned anew.

It was invaded by gangs of men armed with clubs, who bludgeoned every Armenian to be found there.

Although Canadians were anxious for trade relations, they were not willing to be bludgeoned into accepting one-sided terms.

One thing; once a government like that has been bludgeoned into the Empire, it rarely makes any trouble later.

That awful struggle had bludgeoned the home planet back to savagery, and left Coar and Sennech little better off.

What I fear is that he will be bludgeoned on the street some dark night, or involved in a one-sided duel.

Bludgeoned a captain on his ship but the man's wife held on to him and yelled till rescue came.