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From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  262 Moby Thesaurus words for "rout":
     a mass of, a world of, agitation, and bobtail, annihilate, army,
     attendance, attendant, bafflement, balk, batter, bawl, beat,
     beating, bellow, best, bevy, bluster, bobbery, body of retainers,
     boil, boiling, bring down, brouhaha, bunch, bustle, cakewalk,
     canaille, chase, chase out, check, checkmate, churn, clamor,
     clobber, cloud, cluster, clutter, cohort, cohue, collapse,
     common ruck, commotion, confound, confusion, conquer, conquest,
     conturbation, cortege, court, covey, cream, crowd, crush, debacle,
     defeasance, defeat, deluge, demolish, destroy, devastate, dig out,
     discomfit, discomfiture, discomposure, disorder, dispel, dispersal,
     disquiet, disquietude, disturbance, do away with, do in, dregs,
     drive, drive out, drub, drubbing, drum out, dust, ebullition,
     eliminate, embroilment, entourage, eradicate, excitement, expel,
     exterminate, ferment, fermentation, fever, feverishness, fidgets,
     flap, flatten, flight, flock, flocks, flood, flurry, fluster,
     flutteration, foil, follower, following, foment, force out,
     freeze out, frustration, fume, fuss, galaxy, hail, harry out, heap,
     hiding, hive, hoi polloi, horde, host, hubbub, hunt down, hunt out,
     hurly-burly, inquietude, jam, jitters, jumpiness, knock off,
     lambaste, large amount, lay waste, legion, lick, licking,
     liquidate, lots, maelstrom, make mincemeat of, malaise, mangle,
     many, mass, massacre, masses, masses of, mob, moil, muchness,
     multitude, murder, mutilate, nerviness, nervosity, nervousness,
     nest, numbers, obliterate, other half, overpower, overrun,
     overthrow, overwhelm, pack, panic, panoply, parasite, perturbation,
     plurality, polish off, press, proletariat, pulverize, push out,
     put down, put to flight, put to rout, quantities, quite a few,
     rabble, rabblement, rag, ragtag, ragtag and bobtail, ravage,
     rebuff, repulse, restlessness, retinue, retreat, reversal, reverse,
     ride roughshod over, riffraff, roar, roil, romp, rout out, row,
     ruck, ruin, run out, satellite, scatter, scores, seethe, seething,
     setback, shatter, shellac, shellacking, shoal, skunk, smash,
     smoke out, smother, spate, squash, stampede, stifle, stir, subdue,
     subjugate, subjugation, suite, suppress, swarm, swirl, tag, thrash,
     thrashing, throng, tidy sum, to-do, topple, train, trample, trash,
     trepidation, trepidity, trim, trounce, trouncing, tumult,
     tumultuation, turbidity, turbulence, turmoil, twitter, unease,
     unrest, upset, vanquish, vanquishment, walkaway, walkover, wallop,
     warming, whip, wipe out, worlds of, worst

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