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


I megaphones through my hands, just as enthusiastic as anybody on the pier.

The megaphones of Cape Wrath had announced that a fog was coming.

They keep using ideas as megaphones to proclaim their own superiorities.

Partly, no doubt, because the imperious young men with megaphones would not leave us alone.

The reporters all got hold of it with their megaphones, and made the nation sick of the sound of its name.

She was not used to steam roundabouts, megaphones, and all the drums and shoutings of the showmen.

They formed their hands into megaphones, calling loud and long, but there was no answer save a long drawn out echo.

Free opinion is gagged, whereas falsehood bellows through the megaphones of the press.

The two megaphones uplifted together, but Pent's eager voice cried out first.

Officers on the bridge lifted their megaphones and told you in resigned voices that they were out of ice, onions, and eggs.