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In the 30 months since the Costa Concordia capsized, killing 32 people, nearly 2,000 migrants have drowned in the Mediterranean.

Yet when the worldwide economy capsized in late 2008, the ripples of recession arrived like a King Tide to the low-lying island.

The captains of the capsized South Korean ferry and the Costa Concordia have set a new bar for maritime cowardice.

During the deployment, he was involved with a humanitarian rescue of 85 Somalian and Ethiopian refugees whose boat capsized.

Across the street from Dockside and the VFW, another 30-foot sailboat was capsized.

All at once, a crocodile appeared close to the boat, capsized it, and with open jaws was ready to devour the man.

They came down like a thunderbolt, struck two large boats manned with sailors coming to aid the people, and capsized them.

Before we had time to realize our situation our boat was capsized and we were struggling with the waves.

Her owner tells me that she has capsized five times, and has very frequently been on the verge of capsizing.

There were wagons in the river, floating down with the current, which had been capsized in the crossing.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to capsized, such as: flipped, inverted, overturned, upended, upset, and bottom-side-up.

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