[ in-sur-juhnt ]
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


In no part of the field did the insurgents continue to resist.

In the first rank of the insurgents, Barnaby and Hugh stood side by side.

He was taken prisoner by the insurgents at the time of the Coup d'Etat.

The insurgents, these sceptics hinted, had no doubt left the town of their own accord.

Vuillet commenced by narrating the entry of the insurgents into Plassans.

When I insisted, he went so far as to reproach me for not having killed all the insurgents.

It was the column of insurgents entering the Rue de la Banne.

He seemed to think that the town was still full of insurgents.

Pierre was, at that moment, reading the one which the insurgents had left upon the table.

The insurgents could not think of keeping Plassans in their power.