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


He held her to him and muttered incoherencies until she gasped.

"No, no; thank you," gasped the boy, aghast at the reckless audacity of the proposal.

"You don't mean that," she gasped in a quivering voice when at last she could speak.

"I am an officer of the Holy Inquisition; no one dare touch me," he gasped.

He went to the window and gasped in the mists of the sultry air for breath.

Straightening up, he looked, gasped and fled for the back of the store.

She rubbed out most of the lines she had put in and gasped for breath.

"No, no," she gasped, shrinking into the corner of the carriage.

Theodora gasped for breath; she gazed on Roque with astonishment.

After a moment he removed it, and gasped with the scorch of the powerful liquor.