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


And as he spoke he thumped his fist against the open log book.

My father was as meek, and pious, and humble a Christian as ever thumped a pulpit.

Job, without, thumped and scratched and howled louder than ever.

Daniel thumped the side of his stall and then subsided for another nap.

Soapy pretended to weep, and Abe thumped him heavily on the back.

He thumped his shirt-front with an impassioned and highly-coloured fist.

She thumped her hand upon the head of the sofa as a sign of her anger.

It thumped so that it hurt, yet spartanly she contrived to smile.

He thumped the table again and sat down trembling with spent rage.

He thumped his pile of books down on a seat, and flung out of the church.