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


On the contrary, it goaded him on, and he finished by unburthening his mind in a flood of words.

Goaded to fury, Phil swung at it with his club and hurled it through the air.

Poor Jed, the long-suffering, was goaded into a mild retort.

Goaded by something akin to despair, she was now more dangerous than resolute.

With the roar of a 'goaded bull the German attempted to fling forward.

Because poor Vilmorin could not bear a vile lie with which you goaded him, he struck you.

It was a tyranny for which there was no justification, and it goaded her to the verge of hysteria.

She was not often goaded into as intimate a confession as this.

"I am not at all sure that he will," said her son, goaded past endurance.

"There is nothing to tell, sir," replied the host, goaded to desperation.