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


Any one who questions our triumphant progress is tabooed for a pedant.

Politics was a subject dear to her heart, but one tabooed at Upton.

Why iron should have been tabooed by the Fairy and her father, must remain an open question.

The language of Shakespeare and the Bible contains words which are now tabooed.

A thing which is tabooed becomes interesting and more or less awful.

You mustn't abuse the chapel to Frank; just at this moment the subject is tabooed.

Some of the boys wanted to sing, but this had to be tabooed.

We were told that Terreeoboo was absent, and that the bay was tabooed.

Or tabooed,” suggested the lady; “his tongue may have been tabooed.

They settle what or who is to be tabooed, and how long it is to last.