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


Whacked his head on a rock, and young Lanning thought his man was dead.

The long tail stiffened, whacked first to one side, then to the other.

He whacked her up the stairs, and now he's finishing her off up there in their room.

He whacked the donkey and cursed the boar as a pig and a Christian.

They whacked each other with blows which would have destroyed elephants.

Not by the fall, plase your honor, but by the stone that whacked me betwaan the eyes.

Victor let it run—nay, he whacked its sides and made it run.

"Take your old bustle," she said, as she whacked it on the top of the pulpit.

He whacked Pete's shin with a rubber hammer, but Pete never kicked.

If I had, I should have been whacked at both ends, for certain.