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


And the louts come and pound at the great gate, and we pound back again, and shout at them.

Near the roof, and I am to share it with one of those two louts you saw.

You think that these Prussian louts are going to beat the French army?

I vote we keep out of that this term, or leave it to the louts.

He springs forward, he louts low and sweeps upwards with Whitefire.

It is only when the men are oafs and louts that they are driven off.

I fancy the louts we have about us durst not venture thither.

Chut, Madame, why should I be a prophetess to say that the Prussian louts are going to run?

The crew still stands in a gang, exactly like a gang of louts at a street-corner.

I had no notion they bred cattle of that quality amongst these louts of Saxons.