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


But they all come to—death of our spirits, for the sake of our carcases.

In vain Dick shouted to Pierre to tell them to let the carcases alone.

Take away these carcases, and proclaim Ali, as the new pacha.

Mind thee, the beasts do not always get the carcases for dinner.

The deck was covered with the limbs and carcases of forty valiant men.

In inspecting the carcases the veterinaries take the most minute precautions.

In one corner lay the carcases of two deer-calves which had been killed by wolves.

The bird, feeding on the carcases with which the earth was laden, did not return.

He resides in a hill where he is supposed to surround himself with carcases.

The carcases are accumulating about town and begin to become unpleasant.