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


Were they guilty whom you see down there gibbeted, mangled, and torn to pieces?

Jobling was tried at Durham Assizes, and condemned to be hanged and gibbeted.

And now we have been dragged from our happy seclusion and gibbeted.

Murderers were gibbeted, witches burnt and duels fought here.

He was sentenced to death, and the body ordered to be gibbeted.

Spencer was hanged at Nottingham, and gibbeted on the scene of his crime.

If he were insolent, he should be gibbeted, just as Butler of Harrow had been gibbeted.

A woman—his wife—had gibbeted him as a man impossible to live with.

They could have seen him gibbeted with a sense of infinite satisfaction.

They brought it in burglary, and that's why he was hanged and gibbeted on Brown House Hill.