Antonyms for over-thrown

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


Our domestick felicity was but disturbed for a while, it was not over-thrown.

Facts such as these, however, have not over-thrown the great dog myth.

For Professor Geikie, then, it is not yet over-thrown—still less a dream.

These feelings had such a hold on the people that the statesmen of Europe would have been over-thrown on the day they forgot them.

The exploding of so much powder, the release of such naked passions, had over-thrown the balance of conduct and pressure.

The earth reeled as if about to be over-thrown; and scarce could the strongest man keep his footing.

She outlived her brother, given over "to her religion and her over-thrown beliefs."

Sometimes an indigestible article of food, by its effect upon a commander or king, has defeated an army or over-thrown an empire.

It was not his proper self that did it, but his proper self over-mastered, over-thrown, brutalized by the monster drink.