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

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Nothing could have been more desperate, more furious, than this running battle.

He cooked up a plan that was even braver and more desperate.

No more desperate struggle than ours could have been found at any point.

He says that he has no ready money, that his affairs are more desperate than we imagine.

"The danger of remaining is more desperate," he interrupted, quickly.

He did not fire then, but resolved to keep the charge for a more desperate crisis.

Nothing, apparently, could be more desperate than the situation of Paul Jones then.

Never in her humble life had Nakpa been in more desperate straits.

He realized that Jenny was making one more desperate effort to marry him.

In the meantime the Widow Gras was getting more and more desperate.