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


He then closed the meeting, which broke up in the highest spirits.

He was hardly aware of how he broke up the party and sent them away.

And so this supper party, assembled in honour of Autolycus, broke up.

And then, as the hour was come, they broke up the meeting and took their rest.

After that, I believe the house ceased business, or broke up.

I think we broke up soon after, and descended to the lower rooms.

By that time the great procession was all broke up and gone home.

You're broke up, though you're making a bluff not to show it.

He told me of the girl he married and worshipped, and of the man who broke up his home.

In other words, like Horus, he broke up the clouds and brought rain.