Rogetâ€™s Thesaurus 1911. Compiled, edited and supplemented by Nicholas Shea. Dev version 1.5.5 Compiled on: 28 November 2021 at 17:35:01
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# CLASS I WORDS EXPRESSING ABSTRACT RELATIONS

## SECTION I. EXISTENCE

### 1. Being, in the Abstract

• Existence. (1)
• Inexistence. (2)

### 2. Being, in the Concrete

• Substantiality. (3)
• Unsubstantiality. (4)

### 3. Formal Existence

•    Internal conditions
• Intrinsicality. (5)
•    External conditions
• Extrinsicality. (6)

### 4. Modal Existence

•    Absolute
• State. (7)
•    Relative
• Circumstance. (8)

## SECTION II. RELATION

### 1. Absolute Relation

• Relation. (9)
• Irrelation. (10)
• Consanguinity. (11)
• Correlation. (12)
• Identity. (13)
• Contrariety. (14)
• Difference. (15)

### 2. Continuous Relation

• Uniformity. (16)
• Nonuniformity. (16a)

### 3. Partial Relation

• Similarity. (17)
• Dissimilarity. (18)
• Imitation. (19)
• Nonimitation. (20)
• Variation. (20a)
• Copy. (21)
• Prototype. (22)

### 4. General Relation

• Agreement. (23)
• Disagreement. (24)

## SECTION III. QUANTITY

### 1. Simple Quantity

• Quantity. (25)
• Degree. (26)

### 2. Comparative Quantity

• Equality. (27)
• Inequality. (28)
• Mean. (29)
• Compensation. (30)

#### A. Quantity by comparison with a standard

• Greatness. (31)
• Smallness. (32)

#### B. Quantity by comparison with a similar object

• Superiority. (33)
• Inferiority. (34)

#### C. Changes in quantity

• Increase. (35)
• Nonincrease. Decrease. (36)

### 3. Conjunctive Quantity

• Remainder. (40)
• Decrement. (40a)
• Mixture. (41)
• Simpleness. (42)
• Junction. (43)
• Disjunction. (44)
• Connection. (45)
• Coherence. (46)
• Incoherence. (47)
• Combination. (48)
• Decomposition. (49)

### 4. Concrete Quantity

• Whole. (50)
• Part. (51)
• Completeness. (52)
• Incompleteness. (53)
• Composition. (54)
• Exclusion. (55)
• Component. (56)
• Extraneousness. (57)

## SECTION IV. ORDER

### 1. Order in General

• Order. (58)
• Disorder. (59)
• Complexity. (59a)
• Arrangement. (60)
• Derangement. (61)

### 2. Consecutive Order

• Precedence. (62)
• Sequence. (63)
• Precursor. (64)
• Sequel. (65)
• Beginning. (66)
• End. (67)
• Middle. (68)
• Continuity. (69)
• Discontinuity. (70)
• Term. (71)

### 3. Collective Order

• Assemblage. (72)
• Nonassemblage. Dispersion. (73)
• Focus. (74)

### 4. Distributive Order

• Class. (75)
• Inclusion. (76)
• Exclusion. (77)
• Generality. (78)
• Speciality. (79)

### 5. Order As Regards Categories

• Normality. (80)
• Multiformity. (81)
• Conformity. (82)
• Unconformity. (83)

## SECTION V. NUMBER

### 1. Number, in the abstract

• Number. (84)
• Numeration. (85)
• List. (86)

### 2. Determinate Number

• Unity. (87)
• Accompaniment. (88)
• Duality. (89)
• Duplication. (90)
• Bisection. (91)
• Triality. (92)
• Triplication. (93)
• Trisection. (94)
• Four. (95)
• Five. (98)
• Quinquesection. (99)
• Plurality. (100)

### 3. Indeterminate Number

• Fraction. (100a)
• Zero. (101)
• Multitude. (102)
• Fewness. (103)
• Repetition. (104)
• Infinity. (105)

## SECTION VI. TIME

### 1. Absolute Time

• Time. (106)
• Neverness. (107)
• Period. (108)
• Contingent Duration. (108a)
• Course. (109)
• Diuturnity. (110)
• Transientness. (111)
• Perpetuity. (112)
• Instantaneity. (113)
• Chronometry. (114)
• Anachronism. (115)

### 2. Relative Time

#### A. Time with reference to Succession

• Priority. (116)
• Posteriority. (117)
• The Present Time. (118)
• Different time. (119)
• Synchronism. (120)
• Futurity. (121)
• The Past. (122)

#### C. Time with reference to an Effect or Purpose

• Earliness. (132)
• Punctuality. (132a)
• Lateness. (133)
• Occasion. (134)
• Untimeliness. (135)

### 3. Recurrent Time

• Frequency. (136)
• Infrequency. (137)
• Regularity of recurrence. Periodicity. (138)
• Irregularity of recurrence. (139)

## SECTION VII. CHANGE

### 1. Simple Change

• Change. (140)
• Permanence. (141)
• Cessation. (142)
• Continuance in action. (143)
• Conversion. (144)
• Reversion. (145)
• Revolution. (146)
• Substitution. (147)
• Interchange. (148)

### 2. Complex Change

• Changeableness. (149)
• Stability. (150)
•    Present Events
• Eventuality. (151)
•    Future Events
• Destiny. (152)

## SECTION VIII. CAUSATION

### 1. Constancy of Sequence in Events

• Cause. (153)
• Effect. (154)
• Chance. (156)

### 2. Connection Between Cause and Effect

• Power. (157)
• Impotence. (158)
• Strength. (159)
• Weakness. (160)

### 3. Power in Operation

• Production. (161)
• Destruction. (162)
• Reproduction. (163)
• Producer. (164)
• Destroyer. (165)
• Paternity. (166)
• Posterity. (167)
• Productiveness. (168)
• Unproductiveness. (169)
• Agency. (170)
• Physical Energy. (171)
• Physical Inertness. (172)
• Violence. (173)
• Moderation. (174)

### 4. Indirect Power

• Influence. (175)
• Absence of Influence. (175a)
• Tendency. (176)
• Liability. (177)

### 5. Combinations of Causes

• Concurrence. (178)
• Counteraction. (179)

# CLASS II WORDS RELATING TO SPACE

## SECTION I. SPACE IN GENERAL

### 2. Relative Space

• Situation. (183)
• Location. (184)
• Displacement. (185)

### 3. Existence in Space

• Presence. (186)
• Absence. (187)
• Inhabitant. (188)
• Abode. (189)
• Contents. (190)
• Receptacle. (191)

## SECTION II. DIMENSIONS

### 1. General Dimensions

• Size. (192)
• Littleness. (193)
• Expansion. (194)
• Contraction. (195)
• Distance. (196)
• Nearness. (197)
• Interval. (198)
• Contiguity. (199)

### 2. Linear Dimensions

• Length. (200)
• Shortness. (201)
• Narrowness, Thinness. (203)
• Layer. (204)
• Filament. (205)
• Height. (206)
• Lowness. (207)
• Depth. (208)
• Shallowness. (209)
• Summit. (210)
• Base. (211)
• Verticality. (212)
• Horizontality. (213)
• Pendency. (214)
• Support. (215)
• Parallelism. (216)
• Perpendicularity. (216a)
• Obliquity. (217)
• Inversion. (218)
• Crossing. (219)

### 3. Centrical Dimensions

#### A. General.

• Exteriority. (220)
• Interiority. (221)
• Centrality. (222)
• Covering. (223)
• Lining. (224)
• Clothing. (225)
• Divestment. (226)
• Circumjacence. (227)
• Interposition. (228)
• Circumscription. (229)
• Outline. (230)
• Edge. (231)
• Enclosure. (232)
• Limit. (233)

#### B. Special

• Front. (234)
• Rear. (235)
• Laterality. (236)
• Contraposition. (237)
• Dextrality. (238)
• Sinistrality. (239)

## SECTION III. FORM

### 1. General Form

• Form. (240)
• Amorphism. (241)
• Symmetry. (242)
• Distortion. (243)

### 2. Special Form

• Angularity. (244)
• Curvature. (245)
• Straightness. (246)
• Circularity. (247)
• Convolution. (248)
• Rotundity. (249)

### 3. Superficial Form

• Convexity. (250)
• Flatness. (251)
• Concavity. (252)
• Sponge. (252a)
• Sharpness. (253)
• Bluntness. (254)
• Smoothness. (255)
• Roughness. (256)
• Notch. (257)
• Fold. (258)
• Furrow. (259)
• Opening. (260)
• Closure. (261)
• Perforator. (262)
• Stopper. (263)

## SECTION IV. MOTION

### 1. Motion in General

• Motion. (264)
• Quiescence. (265)
• Journey. (266)
• Traveler. (268)
• Mariner. (269)
• Transference. (270)
• Carrier. (271)
• Vehicle. (272)
• Ship. (273)

### 2. Degrees of Motion

• Velocity. (274)
• Slowness. (275)

### 3. Motion conjoined with Force

• Impulse. (276)
• Recoil. (277)

### 4. Motion with reference to Direction

• Direction. (278)
• Deviation. (279)
• Precession. (280)
• Sequence. (281)
• Progression. (282)
• Regression. (283)
• Propulsion. (284)
• Traction. (285)
• Approach. (286)
• Recession. (287)
• Attraction. (288)
• Repulsion. (289)
• Convergence. (290)
• Divergence. (291)
• Arrival. (292)
• Departure. (293)
• Ingress. (294)
• Egress. (295)
• Reception. (296)
• Ejection. (297)
• Food. (298)
• Excretion. (299)
• Insertion. (300)
• Extraction. (301)
• Passage. (302)
• Transcursion. (303)
• Shortcoming. (304)
• Ascent. (305)
• Descent. (306)
• Elevation. (307)
• Depression. (308)
• Leap. (309)
• Plunge. (310)
• Circuition. (311)
• Rotation. (312)
• Evolution. (313)
• Oscillation. (314)
• Agitation. (315)

# CLASS III WORDS RELATION TO MATTER

## SECTION I. MATTER IN GENERAL

• Materiality. (316)
• Immateriality. (317)
• World. (318)
• Gravity. (319)
• Levity. (320)

## SECTION II. INORGANIC MATTER

### 1. Solid Matter

• Density. (321)
• Rarity. (322)
• Hardness. (323)
• Softness. (324)
• Elasticity. (325)
• Inelasticity. (326)
• Tenacity. (327)
• Brittleness. (328)
• Texture. (329)
• Pulverulence. (330)
• Friction. (331)
• Lubrication. (332)

### 2. Fluid Matter

#### A. Fluids in General

• Fluidity. (333)
• Gaseity. (334)
• Liquefaction. (335)
• Vaporization. (336)

### 3. Imperfect Fluids

• Semiliquidity. (352)
• Bubble. (353)
• Pulpiness. (354)
• Unctuousness. (355)
• Oil. (356)
• Resin. (356a)

## SECTION III. ORGANIC MATTER

### 1. Vitality

#### A. Vitality in general

• Organization. (357)
• Inorganization. (358)
• Life. (359)
• Death. (360)
• Killing. (361)
• Corpse. (362)
• Interment. (363)

#### B. Special Vitality

• Animality. (364)
• Vegetability. (365)
• Animal. (366)
• Vegetable. (367)
• Zoology. (368)
• Botany. (369)
• Husbandry. (370)
• Agriculture. (371)
• Mankind. (372)
• Man. (373)
• Woman. (374)
• Sexuality. (374a)

### 2. Sensation

#### A. Sensation in general

• Physical Sensibility. (375)
• Physical Insensibility. (376)
• Physical Pleasure. (377)
• Physical Pain. (378)

#### B. Special Sensation

##### (1) Touch
• Touch. (379)
• Sensations of Touch. (380)
• Numbness. (381)
##### (2) Heat
• Heat. (382)
• Cold. (383)
• Calefaction. (384)
• Refrigeration. (385)
• Furnace. (386)
• Refrigerator. (387)
• Fuel. (388)
• Insulation. Fire extinction. (388a)
• Thermometer. (389)
##### (3) Taste
• Taste. (390)
• Insipidity. (391)
• Pungency. (392)
• Saltiness. (392a)
• Bitterness. (392b)
• Condiment. (393)
• Savoriness. (394)
• Unsavoriness. (395)
• Sweetness. (396)
• Sourness. (397)
##### (4) Odor
• Odor. (398)
• Inodorousness. (399)
• Fragrance. (400)
• Fetor. (401)
• Acridity. (401a)
##### (5) Sound
###### (i) Sound in General
• Sound. (402)
• Silence. (403)
• Loudness. (404)
• Faintness. (405)
###### (iii) Musical Sounds
• Melody. Concord. (413)
• Discord. (414)
• Music. (415)
• Musician. (416)
• Musical Instruments. (417)
###### (iv) Perception of Sound
• Hearing. (418)
• Deafness. (419)
##### (6) Light
###### (i) Light in General
• Light. (420)
• Darkness. (421)
• Dimness. (422)
• Luminary. (423)
• Transparency. (425)
• Opacity. (426)
• Turbidity. (426a)
• Semitransparency. (427)
###### (ii) Specific Light
• Colour. (428)
• Achromatism. (429)
• Whiteness. (430)
• Blackness. (431)
• Gray. (432)
• Brown. (433)
•    - Primitive Colours
• Redness. (434)
•    - Complementary Colours
• Greenness. (435)
• Yellowness. (436)
• Purple. (437)
• Blueness. (438)
• Orange. (439)
• Variegation. (440)
###### (iii) Perceptions of Light
• Vision. (441)
• Blindness. (442)
• Dimsightedness. (443)
• Spectator. (444)
• Optical Instruments. (445)
• Visibility. (446)
• Invisibility. (447)
• Appearance. (448)
• Disappearance. (449)

# DIVISION (I) FORMATION OF IDEAS

## SECTION I. OPERATIONS OF INTELLECT IN GENERAL

• Intellect. (450)
• Absence or want of Intellect. (450a)
• Thought. (451)
• Incogitancy. (452)
• Idea. (453)
• Topic. (454)

## SECTION II. PRECURSORY CONDITIONS AND OPERATIONS

• Curiosity. (455)
• Incuriosity. (456)
• Attention. (457)
• Inattention. (458)
• Care. (459)
• Neglect. (460)
• Inquiry (461)
• Experiment. (463)
• Comparison. (464)
• Incomparability (464a)
• Discrimination. (465)
• Indiscrimination. (465a)
• Identification. (465b)
• Measurement. (466)

## SECTION III. MATERIALS FOR REASONING

•    Evidence for, against, and in mitigation
• Evidence. (467)
• Counter Evidence. (468)
• Qualification. (469)
•    Degrees of Evidence
• Possibility. (470)
• Impossibility. (471)
• Probability. (472)
• Improbability. (473)
• Certainty. (474)
• Uncertainty. (475)

## SECTION IV. REASONING PROCESSES

• Reasoning. (476)
• Intuition. Sophistry. (477)
• Demonstration. (478)
• Confutation. (479)

## SECTION V. RESULTS OF REASONING

• Judgment. (480)
• Discovery. (480a)
• Misjudgment. (481)
• Overestimation. (482)
• Underestimation. (483)
• Belief. (484)
• Unbelief. Doubt. (485)
• Credulity. (486)
• Incredulity. (487)
• Assent. (488)
• Dissent. (489)
• Knowledge. (490)
• Ignorance. (491)
• Scholar. (492)
• Ignoramus. (493)
• Truth. (494)
• Error. (495)
• Maxim. (496)
• Absurdity. (497)
• Intelligence. Wisdom. (498)
• Imbecility. Folly. (499)
• Sage. (500)
• Fool. (501)
• Sanity. (502)
• Insanity. (503)

## SECTION VI. EXTENSION OF THOUGHT

### 1. To The Past

• Memory. (505)
• Oblivion. (506)

### 2. To The Future

• Expectation. (507)
• Inexpectation. (508)
• Disappointment. (509)
• Foresight. (510)
• Prediction. (511)
• Omen. (512)
• Oracle. (513)

## SECTION VII. CREATIVE THOUGHT

• Supposition. (514)
• Analogy. (514a)
• Imagination. (515)

# DIVISION (II) COMMUNICATION OF IDEAS

## SECTION I. NATURE OF IDEAS COMMUNICATED.

• Meaning. (516)
• Unmeaningness. (517)
• Intelligibility. (518)
• Unintelligibility. (519)
• Equivocalness. (520)
• Metaphor. (521)
• Interpretation. (522)
• Misinterpretation. (523)
• Interpreter. (524)

## SECTION II. MODES OF COMMUNICATION

• Manifestation. (525)
• Latency. Implication. (526)
• Information. (527)
• Correction. (527a)
• Concealment. (528)
• Disclosure. (529)
• Ambush . (530)
• Publication. (531)
• News. (532)
• Secret. (533)
• Messenger. (534)
• Affirmation. (535)
• Negation. (536)
• Teaching. (537)
• Misteaching. (538)
• Learning. (539)
• Teacher. (540)
• Learner. (541)
• School. (542)
• Veracity. (543)
• Falsehood. (544)
• Deception. (545)
• Untruth. (546)
• Dupe. (547)
• Deceiver. (548)
• Exaggeration. (549)

## SECTION III. MEANS OF COMMUNICATING IDEAS

### 1. Natural Means

• Indication. (550)
• Record. (551)
• Obliteration. (552)
• Recorder. (553)
• Representation. (554)
• Misrepresentation. (555)
• Painting. (556)
• Sculpture. (557)
• Engraving. (558)
• Artist. (559)

### 2. Conventional Means

#### A. Language generally

• Language. (560)
• Letter. (561)
• Word. (562)
• Neologism. (563)
• Nomenclature. (564)
• Misnomer. (565)
• Phrase. (566)
• Grammar. (567)
• Solecism. (568)
• Style. (569)
•    Various Qualities of Style
• Perspicuity. (570)
• Obscurity. (571)
• Conciseness. (572)
• Diffuseness. (573)
• Vigour. (574)
• Feebleness. (575)
• Plainness. (576)
• Ornament. (577)
• Elegance. (578)
• Inelegance. (579)

#### B. Spoken Language

• Voice. (580)
• Aphony. (581)
• Speech. (582)
• Stammering. (583)
• Loquacity. (584)
• Taciturnity. (585)
• Allocution. (586)
• Response. (587)
• Conversation. (588)
• Soliloquy. (589)

#### C. Written Language

• Writing. (590)
• Printing. (591)
• Correspondence. (592)
• Book. (593)
• Description. (594)
• Dissertation. (595)
• Compendium. (596)
• Poetry. (597)
• Prose. (598)
• The Drama. (599)

# DIVISION (I) INDIVIDUAL VOLITION

## SECTION I. VOLITION IN GENERAL

### 1. Acts of Volition

• Will. (600)
• Necessity. (601)
• Willingness. (602)
• Unwillingness. (603)
• Resolution. (604)
• Perseverance. (604a)
• Irresolution. (605)
• Obstinacy. (606)
• Tergiversation. (607)
• Caprice. (608)
• Choice. (609)
• Absence of Choice. (609a)
• Rejection. (610)
• Predetermination. (611)
• Impulse. (612)
• Habit. (613)
• Desuetude. (614)

### 2. Causes of Volition

• Motive. (615)
• Absence of Motive. (615a)
• Dissuasion. (616)
• Pretext. (617)

## SECTION II. PROSPECTIVE VOLITION

### 1. Conceptional Volition

• Intention. (620)
• Chance. (621)
• Pursuit. (622)
• Avoidance. (623)
• Relinquishment. (624)
• Plan. (626)
• Method. (627)
• Mid-course. (628)
• Circuit. (629)
• Requirement. (630)

### 2. Subservience to Ends

#### A. Actual Subservience

• Instrumentality. (631)
• Means. (632)
• Instrument. (633)
• Substitute. (634)
• Materials. (635)
• Store. (636)
• Provision. (637)
• Waste. (638)
• Sufficiency. (639)
• Insufficiency. (640)
• Redundancy. (641)

#### B. Degree of Subservience

• Importance. (642)
• Unimportance. (643)
• Utility. (644)
• Inutility. (645)
• Expedience. (646)
• Inexpedience. (647)
• Goodness. (648)
• Perfection. (650)
• Imperfection. (651)
• Cleanness. (652)
• Uncleanness. (653)
• Health. (654)
• Disease. (655)
• Salubrity. (656)
• Insalubrity. (657)
• Improvement. (658)
• Deterioration. (659)
• Restoration. (660)
• Relapse. (661)
• Remedy. (662)
• Bane. (663)

#### C. Contingent Subservience

• Safety. (664)
• Danger. (665)
• Refuge. (666)
• Pitfall. (667)
• Warning. (668)
• Alarm. (669)
• Preservation. (670)
• Escape. (671)
• Deliverance. (672)

### 3. Precursory Measures

• Preparation. (673)
• Nonpreparation. (674)
• Essay. (675)
• Undertaking. (676)
• Use. (677)
• Disuse. (678)
• Misuse. (679)

## SECTION III. VOLUNTARY ACTION

### 1. Simple Voluntary Action

• Action. (680)
• Inaction. (681)
• Activity. (682)
• Inactivity. (683)
• Haste. (684)
• Leisure. (685)
• Exertion. (686)
• Repose. (687)
• Fatigue. (688)
• Refreshment. (689)
• Agent. (690)
• Workshop. (691)

### 2. Complex Voluntary Action

• Conduct. (692)
• Direction. (693)
• Director. (694)
• Council. (696)
• Precept. (697)
• Skill. (698)
• Unskillfulness. (699)
• Proficient. (700)
• Bungler. (701)
• Cunning. (702)
• Artlessness. (703)

## SECTION IV. ANTAGONISM

### 1. Conditional Antagonism

• Difficulty. (704)
• Facility. (705)

### 2. Active Antagonism

• Hindrance. (706)
• Aid. (707)
• Opposition. (708)
• Cooperation. (709)
• Opponent. (710)
• Auxiliary. (711)
• Party. (712)
• Discord. (713)
• Concord. (714)
• Defiance. (715)
• Attack. (716)
• Defence. (717)
• Retaliation. (718)
• Resistance. (719)
• Contention. (720)
• Peace. (721)
• Warfare. (722)
• Pacification. (723)
• Mediation. (724)
• Submission. (725)
• Combatant. (726)
• Arms. (727)
• Arena. (728)

## SECTION V. RESULTS OF VOLUNTARY ACTION

• Completion. (729)
• Noncompletion. (730)
• Success. (731)
• Failure. (732)
• Trophy. (733)
• Prosperity. (734)
• Mediocrity. (736)

# DIVISION (II) INTERSOCIAL VOLITION

## SECTION I. GENERAL INTERSOCIAL VOLITION

•    Implying the action of the will of one mind over the will of another.
• Authority. (737)
• Government. (737a)
• Politics. (737b)
• Laxity. (738)
• Severity. (739)
• Lenity. (740)
• Command. (741)
• Disobedience. (742)
• Obedience. (743)
• Compulsion. (744)
• Master. (745)
• Servant. (746)
• Scepter. (747)
• Freedom. (748)
• Subjection. (749)
• Liberation. (750)
• Restraint. (751)
• Prison. (752)
• Keeper. (753)
• Prisoner. (754)
• Commission. (755)
• Abrogation. (756)
• Resignation. (757)
• Consignee. (758)
• Deputy. (759)

## SECTION II. SPECIAL INTERSOCIAL VOLITION

• Permission. (760)
• Prohibition. (761)
• Consent. (762)
• Offer. (763)
• Refusal. (764)
• Request. (765)
• Deprecation. (766)
• Petitioner. (767)

## SECTION III. CONDITIONAL INTERSOCIAL VOLITION

• Promise. (768)
• Release from engagement. (768a)
• Compact. (769)
• Conditions. (770)
• Security. (771)
• Observance. (772)
• Nonobservance. (773)
• Compromise. (774)

## SECTION IV. POSSESSIVE RELATIONS

•    That is, relations which concern property.

### 1. Property in general

• Acquisition. (775)
• Loss. (776)
• Possession. (777)
• Exemption. (777a)
• Participation. (778)
• Possessor. (779)
• Property. (780)
• Retention. (781)
• Relinquishment. (782)

### 2. Transfer of Property

• Transfer. (783)
• Giving. (784)
• Receiving. (785)
• Apportionment. (786)
• Lending. (787)
• Borrowing. (788)
• Taking. (789)
• Restitution. (790)
• Stealing. (791)
• Thief. (792)
• Booty. (793)

### 4. Monetary Relations

• Money. (800)
• Treasurer. (801)
• Treasury. (802)
• Wealth. (803)
• Poverty. (804)
• Credit. (805)
• Debt. (806)
• Payment. (807)
• Nonpayment. (808)
• Expenditure. (809)
• Receipt. (810)
• Accounts. (811)
• Price. (812)
• Value (812a)
• Worthlessness. (812b)
• Discount. (813)
• Dearness. (814)
• Cheapness. (815)
• Liberality. (816)
• Economy. (817)
• Greed (817a)
• Prodigality. (818)
• Parsimony. (819)

# CLASS VI WORDS RELATING TO THE SENTIENT AND MORAL POWERS

• Affections. (820)
• Feeling. (821)
• Sensibility. (822)
• Insensibility. (823)
• Excitation. (824)
• Excitability. (825)
• Inexcitability. (826)

## SECTION II. PERSONAL AFFECTIONS

### 1. Passive Affections

• Pleasure. (827)
• Pain. (828)
• Pleasurableness. (829)
• Painfulness. (830)
• Content. (831)
• Discontent. (832)
• Regret. (833)
• Relief. (834)
• Aggravation. (835)
• Cheerfulness. (836)
• Dejection. (837)
• Rejoicing. (838)
• Lamentation. (839)
• Amusement. (840)
• Weariness. (841)
• Wit. (842)
• Dullness. (843)
• Humorist. (844)

### 2. Discriminative Affections

• Beauty. (845)
• Ugliness. (846)
• Ornament. (847)
• Jewelry. (847a)
• Blemish. (848)
• Simplicity. (849)
• Taste. (850)
• Vulgarity. (851)
• Fashion. (852)
• Ridiculousness. (853)
• Fop. (854)
• Affectation. (855)
• Ridicule. (856)
• Laughingstock. (857)

### 3. Prospective Affections

• Hope. (858)
• Hopelessness. (859)
• Fear. (860)
• Courage. (861)
• Cowardice. (862)
• Rashness. (863)
• Caution. (864)
• Desire. (865)
• Indifference. (866)
• Dislike. (867)
• Fastidiousness. (868)
• Satiety. (869)

### 4. Contemplative Affections

• Wonder. (870)
• Expectance. (871)
• Prodigy. (872)

### 5. Extrinsic Affections

•    Or personal affections derived from the opinion or feelings of others.
• Repute. (873)
• Disrepute. (874)
• Nobility. (875)
• Commonalty. (876)
• Title. (877)
• Pride. (878)
• Humility. (879)
• Vanity. (880)
• Modesty. (881)
• Ostentation. (882)
• Celebration. (883)
• Boasting. (884)
• Insolence. (885)
• Servility. (886)
• Blusterer. (887)

## SECTION III. SYMPATHETIC AFFECTIONS

### 1. Social Affections

• Friendship. (888)
• Enmity. (889)
• Friend. (890)
• Enemy. (891)
• Sociality. (892)
• Seclusion. Exclusion. (893)
• Courtesy. (894)
• Discourtesy. (895)
• Congratulation. (896)
• Love. (897)
• Hate. (898)
• Favourite. (899)
• Resentment. (900)
• Irascibility. (901)
• Sullenness. (901a)
• Endearment. (902)
• Marriage. (903)
• Celibacy. (904)
• Divorce. (905)

### 2. Diffusive Sympathetic Affections

• Benevolence. (906)
• Malevolence. (907)
• Malediction. (908)
• Threat. (909)
• Philanthropy. (910)
• Misanthropy. (911)
• Benefactor. (912)
• Evil doer. (913)

### 3. Special Sympathetic Affections

• Pity. (914)
• Pitilessness. (914a)
• Condolence. (915)

### 4. Retrospective Sympathetic Affections

• Gratitude. (916)
• Ingratitude. (917)
• Forgiveness. (918)
• Revenge. (919)
• Jealousy. (920)
• Envy. (921)

## SECTION IV. MORAL AFFECTIONS

### 1. Moral Obligations

• Right. (922)
• Wrong. (923)
• Dueness. (924)
• Undueness. (925)
• Duty. (926)
• Dereliction of Duty. (927)
• Exemption. (927a)

### 2. Moral Sentiments

• Respect. (928)
• Disrespect. (929)
• Contempt. (930)
• Approbation. (931)
• Disapprobation. (932)
• Flattery. (933)
• Detraction. (934)
• Flatterer. (935)
• Detractor. (936)
• Vindication. (937)
• Accusation. (938)

### 3. Moral Conditions

• Probity. (939)
• Improbity. (940)
• Knave. (941)
• Disinterestedness. (942)
• Selfishness. (943)
• Virtue. (944)
• Vice. (945)
• Innocence. (946)
• Guilt. (947)
• Good Man. (948)
• Penitence. (950)
• Impenitence. (951)
• Atonement. (952)

### 4. Moral Practice

• Temperance. (953)
• Intemperance. (954)
• Sensualist. (954a)
• Asceticism. (955)
• Fasting. (956)
• Gluttony. (957)
• Sobriety. (958)
• Drunkenness. (959)
• Purity. (960)
• Impurity. (961)
• Libertine. (962)

### 5. Moral Institutions

• Legality. (963)
• Illegality. (964)
• Jurisdiction. (965)
• Tribunal. (966)
• Judge. (967)
• Lawyer. (968)
• Lawsuit. (969)
• Acquittal. (970)
• Condemnation. (971)
• Punishment. (972)
• Reward. (973)
• Penalty. (974)
• Scourge. (975)

## SECTION V. RELIGIOUS AFFECTIONS

### 1. Superhuman Beings and Regions

• Deity. (976)
• Angel. (977)
• Satan. (978)
•    Mythological and other fabulous Deities and Powers
• Jupiter. (979)
• Demon. (980)
• Heaven. (981)
• Hell. (982)

### 2. Religious Doctrines

• Theology. (983)
• Orthodoxy. (983a)
• Heterodoxy. (984)
• Judeo-Christian Revelation. (985)
• Pseudo-Revelation. (986)

### 3. Religious Sentiments

• Piety. (987)
• Impiety. (988)
• Irreligion. (989)

### 4. Acts of Religion

• Worship. (990)
• Idolatry. (991)
• Sorcery. (992)
• Spell. (993)
• Sorcerer. (994)