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


It was from this class of malcontents that De Wet drew the bulk of his men.

Oxford has usually been described either by her lovers or her malcontents.

"It's no use; I've just been," said Loveday Seton, joining the group of malcontents.

The malcontents in the ship were, apparently, the most zealous seamen on board.

Malcontents' faces were lined and sometimes, in extreme cases, furrowed.

He proclaimed poor Sherriff's wrongs to a few of the other malcontents.

There are other men of power who are also malcontents and more popular than Hamet.

Enraged at this, Noakes threatened the malcontents with condign punishment.

Even among the leaders the voices of malcontents had grown loud.

One of the malcontents from Boonesboro came to our fire to argue.