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


As we came on we fired the bow gun, then, lying nearer her, began with broadsides.

She gave to the cheese-box, or to the armoured turret, one after the other, three broadsides.

Indeed, she had twice poured her broadsides into the Richard.

But it is not among the broadsides that our xxxiii noblest ballads are found.

So, day after day, he riddles the bedlam about him with his broadsides, in the hourly hope of victory.

As she sped by the vessels, they gave her their broadsides, and the effect was tremendous.

I will have you swear that you will read of these broadsides, and consider of these witnesses.'

He is the only man who ever ventured to stand on my tack and take me broadsides.

The stranger then fired a gun, on which the Serapis gave her her broadsides.

At about four minutes after twelve she opened with both her broadsides.