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


"If I hear of your harming the boy I'll have you sent to jail," said Dick decidedly.

They were thought to be out stealing milk and harming cattle.

Mind you, we're not out to do these people any harm, only to make sure they're not harming us.

I have nothing to conceal in my life, and certainly I have no idea of harming Daisy.

The cook did as he was bid, and for two hours they fought, neither of them harming the other.

And am I harming him, without knowing it, in keeping him here under my wing?

They can have no object in harming us, as we have not injured them.

Yes—and I can never forgive myself the thought of harming you——!

As they still dwindled, it seemed probable that the foxes were harming them.

She was so innocent and helpless it seemed no one would dream of harming her.