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


Come down stairs and Ill treat you all to ice-cream, invited Jerry.

Ill treat a woman's parrot, and if that woman is the woman you adore, you had better be dead.

They ill treat those that fall into their hands, do they not?

Ill treat to a bottle—two bottles over and above the bargain.

St. Teresa's Orphanage, a home for children with bad parents who neglect or ill treat them.

The umpire said, Third down, but if they arent three quarters down, Ill treat the crowd!

Thus, if a Roman citizen was ill treated, the Roman Government would severely punish any one who had dared to ill treat him.

They will bring others of their kind and 247 rob you of all your possessions and ill treat your women and children.

Ill treat you; I have some cash; I carried a bouquet to the young lady!

The two men shook him, quite ready to ill treat him if he made a movement, for he was their prey now.