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


And all the bottom of that section of the North Atlantic seems to have caved in.

The bridge swayed, then caved in, where the pontoon had been struck and was sinking.

Are you sure that my father was in the mine when it caved in?

For the walls of the hole below the bottom of the casing had caved.

Behind him lay a deep, dark hole that was not filled by the earth that had caved in.

He wilted and caved in like a box of ice cream does just before you get home with it.

But there was n't any use in going back—the tunnel was caved in.

But when I showed him your father's will, and he had read it, he caved in like an avalanche.

You can believe that I felt as though the roof had caved in on top of me.

Well, it caved in, all right, and it never can be cleaned out.