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


But you'd be frightened, and you'd dream of bogies all night.

In the security of his presence they were pretending to be afraid of "bogies."

Witches, bogies, brownies and elves are all abroad to use their power.

Croup has almost ceased to be one of the bogies of the nursery.

Said of the bogies of the hills, in allusion to their clothes.

Face your evils in the certainty that they are but bogies and they will flee before you.

Did you know that there were such creatures as Bogies, Rafe?

Rats is bogies, I tell you, and bogies is rats; and don't you get to think anything else!'

He has got together a bunch of hands that aren't afraid of ghosts or bogies.

It was too lonely, she said; she was afraid of snakes, or rats, or bogies.