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


Then there was Bernard, who excommunicates the flies, and they drop dead.

And he told you the only right you had was to drop dead, I suppose.

Then she was gone and I was thinking, Harry should drop dead!

Anyhow, he'd not let Peter abuse you—and like as not he'd drop dead in the midst of the dispute!

"I should drop dead in this chair if she didn't," she contended.

Well, Edith thought in a gust of weariness, he could drop dead.

If they drag me into court––there before all the world I will lie to them until I drop dead.

And she had a curious feeling that she should drop dead if her mother should clutch her.

He will insist on scoring if he is not stopped or does not drop dead.

He ride me till he drop dead, swift, quick, like de bird fly.