[ dih-zas-ter, -zah-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF disasters
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Perhaps so; only his slowness is marked with blood and disasters.

And then her gay and happy spirit clouded by his own disasters!

Who could tell what accidents, what disasters might not happen?

There was nothing exceptional about it, terrible as have been the disasters now and then resulting.

Disasters will go on about you as they go on about me, and about us all.

Poor soul, he thought, her coming to the farm had been one series of disasters.

But the heart of Creede, ordinarily so tender, was hardened by his disasters.

Whatever other disasters overhung him, he was at least not dead.

Many were the mishaps and disasters that his music warded off.

It is work above all else that saves us from the disasters of conflicting thought.