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


Outposts were established, and flying columns dispersed any gatherings of malcontents that were reported.

The Pacification of BurmaSir Charles Haukes Todd Crosthwaite

To reconcile the malcontents, the curate promised to let them hear Jasmin.

All these arguments were trumpeted by the malcontents, so that the whole kingdom echoed with the clamour of disaffection.

In particular the malcontents who were plotting in his behalf, as if under his personal direction, welcomed him with effusion.

The Life of Napoleon BonaparteWilliam Milligan Sloane

When the time for the roll-call came one of the malcontents leaped from the front line and leveled his weapon at Burr.

Adriano joins the ranks of malcontents, and does all in his power to fire them to vengeance.

The OperaR.A. Streatfeild

The malcontents increased daily and became bolder in word and action.

I don't agree with Ferrier, and I do agree with the malcontents.

The weakness of the new Delegate encouraged the resistance of all malcontents.

There were some priests at the head of the malcontents, and by the priests he suffered himself to be governed.