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


I inferred rightly that my notoriety was what was tabooing me.

There is, indeed, a positive harm that results from the tabooing of the theatre by religious people.

No doubt there was a time when the stage was so profligate that the Puritans were justified in tabooing it altogether.

The clubs all forbid poker, but the tabooing order is more honored in its breach than its observance.

The tabooing was a less ornamental but more decidedly useful formality, for by it his person was declared sacred and inviolable.

But I can't lose a day of this wonder, and fortunately dear Aunt Ann never dreams of tabooing my sight-seeing.