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


I saw you weltering in your blood; I tried to save you, but could not.

Ferrares had been found in the valley, weltering in his blood.

On the next morning she was found a corpse, weltering in her blood.

A thrust, a slashing blow, and the Drilgo was weltering in his life-blood.

But this tide is discerned, as it were, through a dimness of weltering mist.

We left Clinton weltering in his blood upon the floor of the temple in the conservatory.

Weltering in my blood,” answered I; “to-morrow you will find me dead.

We say 'weltering in blood'—but do they not also use 'weltering in the wind' 'weltering on a gibbet'?

The one lay dead before me, the other weltering in her blood!

Then there was a loud scream that died in a weltering gurgle.