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

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In the parlance of the Lieutenant, the old horse was indeed "a ripper."

The men were laughing and having what the Hon. Percy Fitzhugh declared a ripper of a good time.

By Right of ConquestArthur Hornblow

Mr. Ripper's logic tended to the belief that he could not be punished if he stuck to the avowal of having seen nothing.

Elster's FollyMrs. Henry Wood

And he told the story of the boy Ripper having been locked up in the mill.

Elster's FollyMrs. Henry Wood

Very quiet, inoffensive sort of chap, Fielding, but the girl's a ripper!

A Maker of HistoryE. Phillips Oppenheim

Mr. Ripper's opinion was that he had lost his senses with the blow on the temple, and fell an easy prey to death.

Elster's FollyMrs. Henry Wood

Maybe none ever took Doctor Cream (alias the Ripper) seriously.

The Land of Look BehindPaul Cameron Brown

Tartuffe and Jack the Ripper—was ever such a combination in the history of the world!

The Crime of the CongoSir Arthur Conan Doyle

You'd take young Ripper's character away without scruple, just because his place might suit your Jim!

Elster's FollyMrs. Henry Wood

Meantime "Jack the Ripper" was also giving our residential section a most unsavoury reputation.

A Labrador DoctorWilfred Thomason Grenfell

WORDS RELATED TO RIPPER

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