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


Early in the month of July, we were not a little disturbed by the arrival of the crew of our ill omened, ill fated Chesapeake.

The ill fated wretch had stolen several pints of water from the barrel that had been untouched, and that water had poisoned him!

There was little in the features of this ill fated Princess to atone for the misfortune of her shape and gait.

This brief dialogue will account for much disquietude which subsequently befell our ill fated Dumps.

He was attached to the ill fated army of Bourbaki, and was interned with other prisoners of war in Switzerland.

The white light of dawn illuminated the scene; the ill fated tree stump and the dirty drain close by.

This was Robert, third of that name, and the second of the ill fated family of Stuart who filled the throne of Scotland.

And he would talk to her about it, she was sure, for Jack had long ago fathomed their ill fated attachment.

They were in the ill fated second balcony of the theater and met death trying to reach the fire escape.