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


"Hur-rah, hurrah," hiccuped Ben, as he strove to raise his head from the pillow.

Sivert could not say more; he stammered and hiccuped in a delirium of hunger.

The half-tipsy ones were usually sentimental, and hiccuped the "Tu che al cielo," out of the "Lucia."

Ned put the bottle to his lips, drained its contents, hiccuped lightly, then braced his shoulders.

I took his arm, and continued to ply him with questions, for though he stammered and hiccuped much, he seemed desirous of talking.

Sir Harry's hiccup, from which he was never wholly free, increased tenfold, and he hiccuped and spluttered at almost every word.

A muzhik walked at her side, a dirty, ill-smelling fellow, who said nothing and hiccuped.

And she spat and hiccuped with disgust, as though she had seen all the dirt in the world spread out beneath her.

He was very sick, hiccuped like a person bitten by a mad dog, and cried out that he was burnt up with fire.