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


Whereupon he fell upon her and kicked and cuffed her heartily.

Running down to where the huskies were gathered, they cuffed them into silence, and there waited.

I thought to risk losing my arm when I cuffed him on the ear, but lo!

For the second time in his life I cuffed him soundly on the ear.

She cuffed him again, but this time her buffet was almost a caress.

He was cuffed in corners by the maternal hand, but he held his own.

He had often cuffed her whenever she ventured to leap into his lap.

But I have been kicked, and cuffed, and sworn at, and at the best only let alone; and what do I owe?

A lamb tumbled awkwardly about her legs and she cuffed it playfully.

He cuffed at it and pulled at it, all the time growling angrily.