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


There was a movement in her throat as though she swallowed something hard.

It is not strange that when we have swallowed the dose it does little to effect a cure.

But after an interview with Harris he swallowed this wrath as best he might.

He swallowed and then, with a great effort, spoke very calmly.

Most of them went on to New York, and were swallowed up in the great vortex of seamen.

I did not drink much, but the little I swallowed made me completely drunk.

He seemed to understand me, and swallowed it himself, in a significant manner.

While Ariston looked, a ship was picked up and crushed and swallowed.

It was tempting, and although it had a peculiar odour, she swallowed it.

The peculiarity of my temper is, ma'am, that I won't be swallowed up alive.'