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


Korsakov giggled, belched, hiccupped and finished his drink.

"Fleeting and singing, and singing and fleeting," hiccupped Bhairon.

The drunken Man staggered to his feet, and hiccupped vehemently.

"No, we can't stand that," hiccupped Smith, scarcely able to keep his legs.

For answer Tom Rochford pressed his hand to his breastbone and hiccupped.

"I'll drink your health with very great pleasure my dear," hiccupped the woman.

"You been do you dam please," he hiccupped; and Joe retired with a shrug.

"The distinguished company is perfectly satisfied to know you: the cuisine was excellent," hiccupped Brissole.

He was drunk at the wedding, and hiccupped incessantly during the ceremony.

They abhorred popery, atheism, and idolatries in general, and hiccupped Church and State!