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


Every other boy had jerked them down and chucked them under the counter in a jiffy.

Heneage, who threatened me, and indirectly her, has chucked the whole business.

He was mad with passion, and chucked his gloves down under the table.

He winked at Bos'n and would have chucked her under the chin if she had not dodged.

That bundle I chucked in the bow has a couple of sheepmen's outfits in it.

For the life of me I didn't know what to do with this convict, unless I chucked him into the sea.

You'll say I might have chucked him aside and bolted out, there and then—it was dark already.

It made me feel put away from him, chucked out from his friendship.

You have been chucked out into this rotten world of 'yporcrits.

He backed off and cooled down as if I'd chucked a pail of water over him.