Appendix:Roget's thesaurus classification

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Synopsis/Outline of Roget's Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases

(See also the Wikipedia use of the w:Wikipedia:Outline of Roget's Thesaurus for classification of its articles.)

With links to relevant Wiktionary entries, and Wikisaurus pages.

Contents

Class I. Words Expressing Abstract Relations[edit]

Section I. Existence[edit]

1. Being, in The Abstract
1. existence - o
2. inexistence - o
2. Being, In The Concrete
3. substantiality - o
4. unsubstantiality - o
3. Formal Existence
5. intrinsicality - o
6. extrinsicality - o
4. Modal Existence
7. state - o
8. circumstance - o

Section II. Relation[edit]

1. Absolute Relation
9. relation - o
10. irrelation - o
11. consanguinity - o
12. correlation - o
13. identity - o
14. contrariety - o
15. difference - o
2. Continuous Relation
16. uniformity - o
16A. Nonuniformity
3. Partial Relation
17. similarity - o
18. dissimilarity - o
19. imitation - o
20. nonimitation - o
20A. variation - o
21. copy - o
22. prototype - o
4. General Relation
23. agreement - o
24. disagreement - o

Section III. Quantity[edit]

1. Simple Quantity
25. quantity - o
26. degree - o
2. Comparative Quantity
27. equality - o
28. inequality - o
29. mean - o
30. compensation - o
1 Quantity by Comparison with a Standard
31. greatness - o
32. smallness - o
2 Quantity by Comparison with a Similar Object
33. superiority - o
34. inferiority - o
3 Changes in Quantity
35. increase - o - WS
36. nonincrease - o, decrease - o
3. Conjunctive Quantity
37. addition - o
38. nonaddition - o. subtraction - o
39. adjunct - o
40. remainder - o
40A. decrement - o
41. mixture - o
42. simpleness - o
43. junction - o
44. disjunction - o
45. connection - o
46. coherence - o
47. incoherence - o
48. combination - o
49. decomposition - o
4. Concrete Quantity
50. whole - o
51. part - o - WS
52. completeness - o
53. incompleteness - o
54. composition - o
55. exclusion - o
56. component - o
57. extraneousness - o

Section IV. Order[edit]

1. Order in General
58. order - o
59. disorder - o - WS
59A. complexity - o
60. arrangement - o
61. derangement - o
2. Consecutive Order
62. precedence - o
63. sequence - o
64. precursor - o
65. sequel - o
66. beginning - o
67. end - o - WS
68. middle - o
69. continuity - o
70. discontinuity - o
71. term - o - WS
3. Collective Order
72. assemblage - o
73. nonassemblage - o. dispersion - o
74. focus - o
4. Distributive Order
75. class - o - WS
76. inclusion - o
77. exclusion - o
78. generality - o
79. speciality - o
5. Order as Regards Categories
80. normality - o
81. multiformity - o
82. conformity - o
83. unconformity - o

Section V. Number[edit]

1. Number, in the Abstract
84. number - o - WS
85. numeration - o
86. list - o - WS
2. Determinate Number
87. unity - o
88. accompaniment - o
89. duality - o
90. duplication - o
91. bisection - o
92. triality - o
93. triplication - o
94. trisection - o
95. four - o
96. quadruplication - o
97. quadrisection - o
98. five - o
99. quinquesection - o
3. Indeterminate Number
100. plurality - o
100A. fraction - o
101. zero - o
102. multitude - o
103. fewness - o
104. repetition - o
105. infinity - o

Section VI. Time[edit]

1. Absolute Time
106. time - o
107. neverness - o
108. period - o - WS
108A. contingent - o duration - o
109. course - o
110. diuturnity - o
111. transientness - o
112. perpetuity - o
113. instantaneity - o
114. chronometry - o
115. anachronism - o
2. Relative Time
1. Time with Reference to Succession
116. priority - o
117. posteriority - o
118. the present time - o
119. different time - o
120. synchronism - o
121. futurity - o
122. past - o
2. Time with Reference to a Particular Period
123. newness - o
124. oldness - o
125. morning - o
126. evening - o
127. youth - o
128. age - o
129. infant - o
130. veteran - o
131. adolescence - o
3. Time with Reference to an Effect or Purpose
132. earliness - o
132A. punctuality - o
133. lateness - o
134. occasion - o
135. untimeliness - o
3. Recurrent Time
136. frequency - o
137. infrequency - o
138. periodicity - o
139. irregularity - o of recurrence - o

Section VII. Change[edit]

1. Simple Change
140. change - o
141. permanence - o
142. cessation - o
143. continuance - o in action
144. conversion - o
145. reversion - o
146. revolution - o
147. substitution - o
148. interchange - o
2. Complex Change
149. changeableness - o
150. stability - o
151. eventuality - o
152. destiny - o

Section VIII. Causation[edit]

1. Constancy of Sequence in Events
153. cause - o - WS (causation - o)
154. effect - o
155. attribution - o
156. chance - o
2. Connection between Cause and Effect
157. power - o - WS
158. impotence - o
159. strength - o
160. weakness - o
3. Power in Operation
161. production - o
162. destruction - o - WS
163. reproduction - o
164. producer - o
165. destroyer - o
166. paternity - o
167. posterity - o
168. productiveness - o
169. unproductiveness - o
170. agency - o
171. physical energy - o
172. physical inertness - o (inertia)
173. violence - o
174. moderation - o
4. Indirect Power
175. influence - o
175A. Absence Of Influence
176. tendency - o
177. liability - o
5. Combinations of Causes
178. concurrence - o
179. counteraction - o

Class II. Words Relating to Space[edit]

Section I. Space in General[edit]

1. Abstract Space
180. space - o
180A. inextension - o
181. region - o
182. place - o
2. Relative Space
183. situation - o
184. location - o
185. displacement - o
3. Existence in Space
186. presence - o
187. absence - o
188. inhabitant - o
189. abode - o - WS
190. contents - o
191. receptacle - o

Section II. Dimensions[edit]

1. General Dimensions
192. size - o - WS
193. littleness - o
194. expansion - o
195. contraction - o
196. distance - o
197. nearness - o
198. interval - o
199. contiguity - o
2. Linear Dimensions
200. length - o
201. shortness - o
202. breadth - o, thickness - o
203. narrowness - o, thinness - o
204. layer - o
205. filament - o
206. height - o
207. lowness - o
208. depth - o
209. shallowness - o
210. summit - o
211. base - o
212. verticality - o
213. horizontality - o
214. pendency - o
215. support - o - WS
216. parallelism - o
216A. perpendicularity - o
217. obliquity - o
218. inversion - o
219. crossing - o
3. Centrical Dimensions
1. General.
220. exteriority - o
221. interiority - o
222. centrality - o
223. covering - o
224. lining - o
225. clothing - o - WS
226. divestment - o (nudity)
227. circumjacence - o
228. interposition - o
229. circumscription - o
230. outline - o
231. edge - o
232. inclosure - o
233. limit - o
2. Special
234. front - o
235. rear - o
236. laterality - o
237. contraposition - o
238. dextrality - o
239. sinistrality - o

Section III. Form[edit]

1. General Form
240. form - o
241. amorphism - o
242. symmetry - o
243. distortion - o
2. Special Form
244. angularity - o (angle)
245. curvature - o (curve)
246. straightness - o
247. circularity - o (circle)
248. convolution - o
249. rotundity - o
3. Superficial Form
250. convexity - o
251. flatness - o
252. concavity - o
252A sponge - o
253. sharpness - o
254. bluntness - o
255. smoothness - o
256. roughness - o
257. notch - o
258. fold - o
259. furrow - o
260. opening - o
261. closure - o
262. perforator - o
263. stopper - o

Section IV. Motion[edit]

1. Motion in General
264. motion - o
265. quiescence - o
266. journey - o - WS
267. navigation - o
268. traveler - o
269. mariner - o
270. transference - o
271. carrier - o
272. vehicle - o - WS
273. ship - o
2. Degrees of Motion
274. velocity - o
275. slowness - o
3. Motion Conjoined with Force
276. impulse - o
277. recoil - o
4. Motion with Reference to Direction
278. direction - o
279. deviation - o
280. precession - o
281. sequence - o
282. progression - o
283. regression - o
284. propulsion - o
285. traction - o
286. approach - o
287. recession - o
288. attraction - o
289. repulsion - o
290. convergence - o
291. divergence - o
292. arrival - o
293. departure - o
294. ingress - o
295. egress - o
296. reception - o
297. ejection - o
298. food - o - WS
299. excretion - o
300. insertion - o
301. extraction - o
302. passage - o
303. transcursion - o
304. shortcoming - o
305. ascent - o
306. descent - o
307. elevation - o
308. depression - o
309. leap - o
310. plunge - o
311. circuition - o
312. rotation - o
313. evolution - o
314. oscillation - o
315. agitation - o

Class III. Words Relating to Matter[edit]

Section I. Matter in General[edit]

316. materiality - o
317. immateriality - o
318. world - o
319. gravity - o
320. levity - o

Section II. Inorganic Matter[edit]

1. Solid Matter
321. density - o
322. rarity - o
323. hardness - o
324. softness - o
325. elasticity - o
326. inelasticity - o
327. tenacity - o
328. brittleness - o
329. texture - o
330. pulverulence - o
331. friction - o
332. lubrication - o
2. Fluid Matter
1. Fluids In General
333. fluidity - o
334. gaseity - o (gas - o)
335. liquefaction - o
336. vaporization - o
2. Specific Fluids
337. water - o - WS
338. air - o
339. moisture - o
340. dryness - o
341. ocean - o
342. land - o
343. gulf - o. lake - o - WS
344. plain - o
345. marsh - o
346. island - o - WS
3. Fluids in Motion
347. stream - o
348. river - o
349. wind - o - WS
350. conduit - o
351. airpipe - o
3. Imperfect Fluids
352. semiliquidity - o
353. bubble - o
354. pulpiness - o
355. unctuousness - o
356. oil - o
356A. resin - o

Section III. Organic Matter[edit]

1. Vitality
1. Vitality in General
357. organization - o - WS
358. inorganization - o
359. life - o
360. death - o - WS
361. killing - o - WS
362. corpse - o - WS - wikiSaurus:corpse
363. burial - o, interment - o - WS
2. Special Vitality
364. animality - o
365. vegetability - o
366. animal - o - WS
367. vegetable - o - WS
368. zoology - o
369. botany - o
370. husbandry - o
371. agriculture - o
372. mankind - o
373. man - o - WS
374. woman - o - WS
374A. sexuality - o
2. sensation
1. Sensation in General
375. physical sensibility - o
376. physical insensibility - o
377. physical pleasure - o - WS
378. physical pain - o - WS
2. Special Sensation
(1) Touch
379. touch - o
380. sensations - o of touch
381. numbness - o
(2) Heat
382. heat - o
383. cold - o - WS
384. calefaction - o (heating - o)
385. refrigeration - o
386. furnace - o
387. refrigerator - o
388. fuel - o
388A. insulation - o
389. thermometer - o
(3) Taste
390. taste - o
391. insipidity - o
392. pungency - o (spice - o)
392A. saltiness - o (salt - o)
392B. bitterness - o
393. condiment - o
394. savoriness - o
395. unsavoriness - o
396. sweetness - o (sugar - o)
397. sourness - o
(4) Odor
398. odor - o
399. inodorousness - o
400. fragrance - o
401. fetor - o
401A. acridity - o
(5) sound
(I) Sound in General
402. sound - o - WS
403. silence - o
404. loudness - o
405. faintness - o
(II) Specific Sounds
406. snap - o
407. roll - o
408. resonance - o
408A. nonresonance - o
409. sibilation - o
410. stridor - o
411. cry - o
412. ululation - o
(III) Musical Sounds
413. melody - o. concord - o
414. discord - o
415. music - o
416. musician - o - WS
417. musical instrument - o - WSs
(IV) Perception Of Sound
418. hearing - o
419. deafness - o
(6) light
(I) Light in General
420. light - o
421. darkness - o
422. dimness - o
423. luminary - o
424. shade - o
425. transparency - o
426. opacity - o
426A. turbidity - o
427. semitransparency - o
(II) Specific Light
428. color - o - WS
429. achromatism - o
430. whiteness - o
431. blackness - o
432. gray - o
433. brown - o
434. redness - o
435. greenness - o
436. yellowness - o
437. purple - o
438. blueness - o
439. orange - o
440. variegation - o
(III) Perceptions of Light
441. vision - o
442. blindness - o
443. dimsightedness - o
444. spectator - o
445. optical instrument - os
446. visibility - o
447. invisibility - o
448. appearance - o
449. disappearance - o

Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties[edit]

Division I. Formation of Ideas[edit]

Section I. Operations of Intellect in General[edit]

450. intellect - o
450A. absence - o or want of intellect
451. thought - o
452. incogitancy - o
453. idea - o
454. topic - o

Section II. Precursory Conditions and Operations[edit]

455. curiosity - o
456. incuriosity - o
457. attention - o
458. inattention - o
459. care - o
460. neglect - o
461. inquiry - o
462. answer - o
463. experiment - o
464. comparison - o
464A. incomparability - o
465. discrimination - o
465A. indiscrimination - o
465B. identification - o
466. measurement - o

Section III. Materials for Reasoning[edit]

467. evidence - o
468. counter evidence - o
469. qualification - o
470. possibility - o
471. impossibility - o
472. probability - o
473. improbability - o
474. certainty - o
475. uncertainty - o

Section IV. Reasoning Processes[edit]

476. reasoning - o
477. intuition - o & sophistry - o
478. demonstration - o
479. confutation - o

Section V. Results Of Reasoning[edit]

480. judgment - o
480A. discovery - o
481. misjudgment - o
482. overestimation - o
483. underestimation - o
484. belief - o
485. unbelief - o. doubt - o
486. credulity - o
487. incredulity - o
488. assent - o
489. dissent - o
490. knowledge - o
491. ignorance - o
492. scholar - o
493. ignoramus - o
494. truth - o
495. error - o
496. maxim - o
497. absurdity - o
498. intelligence - o, wisdom - see wikiSaurus:intelligent
499. imbecility - o, folly - see wikiSaurus:foolish
500. sage - o
501. fool - o
502. sanity - o
503. insanity - o - see wikiSaurus:insane, wikiSaurus:madness
504. madman - o - see wikiSaurus:mad person

Section VI. Extension of Thought[edit]

1. To the Past
505. memory - o
506. oblivion - o
2. To the Future
507. expectation - o
508. inexpectation - o
509. disappointment - o
510. foresight - o
511. prediction - o
512. omen - o
513. oracle - o

Section VII. Creative Thought[edit]

514. supposition - o
514A. analogy - o
515. imagination - o

Division II. Communication of Ideas[edit]

Section I. Nature of Ideas Communicated[edit]

516. meaning - o
517. unmeaningness - o
518. intelligibility - o
519. unintelligibility - o
520. equivocalness - o
521. metaphor - o
522. interpretation - o
523. misinterpretation - o
524. interpreter - o

Section II. Modes of Communication[edit]

525. manifestation - o
526. latency - o. implication - o
527. information - o
527A. correction - o
528. concealment - o
529. disclosure - o
530. ambush - o
531. publication - o
532. news - o
533. secret - o
534. messenger - o
535. affirmation - o
536. negation - o
537. teaching - o
538. misteaching - o
539. learning - o
540. teacher - o
541. learner - o
542. school - o
543. veracity - o
544. falsehood - o
545. deception - o
546. untruth - o
547. dupe - o
548. deceiver - o
549. exaggeration - o

Section III. Means of Communicating Ideas[edit]

1. Natural Means
550. indication - o
551. record - o
552. obliteration - o
553. recorder - o
554. representation - o
555. misrepresentation - o
556. painting - o
557. sculpture - o
558. engraving - o
559. artist - o
2. Conventional Means
1. Language Generally
560. language - o
561. letter - o
562. word - o
563. neologism - o
564. nomenclature - o
565. misnomer - o
566. phrase - o
567. grammar - o
568. solecism - o
569. style - o
570. perspicuity - o
571. obscurity - o
572. conciseness - o
573. diffuseness - o
574. vigor - o
575. feebleness - o
576. plainness - o
577. ornament - o
578. elegance - o
579. inelegance - o
2. Spoken Language
580. voice - o
581. aphony - o
582. speech - o
583. stammering - o
584. loquacity - o
585. taciturnity - o
586. allocution - o
587. response - o
588. conversation - o
589. soliloquy - o
3. Written Language
590. writing - o
591. printing - o
592. correspondence - o
593. book - o
594. description - o
595. dissertation - o
596. compendium - o
597. poetry - o
598. prose - o
599. The drama - o

Class V. Words Relating to the Voluntary Powers[edit]

Division I. Individual Volition[edit]

Section I. Volition in General[edit]

1. Acts Of Volition
600. will - o
601. necessity - o
602. willingness - o
603. unwillingness - o
604. resolution - o
604A. perseverance - o
605. irresolution - o
606. obstinacy - o
607. tergiversation - o
608. caprice - o
609. choice - o
609A. absence of choice - o
610. rejection - o
611. predetermination - o
612. impulse - o
613. habit - o
614. desuetude - o
2. Causes of Volition
615. motive - o
615A. absence of motive - o
616. dissuasion - o
617. pretext - o
3. Objects of Volition
618. good - o
619. evil - o

Section II. Prospective Volition[edit]

1. Conceptional Volition
620. intention - o
621. chance - o
622. pursuit - o
623. avoidance - o
624. relinquishment - o
625. business - o
626. plan - o
627. method - o
628. mid-course - o
629. circuit - o
630. requirement - o
2. Subservience to Ends
1. Actual Subservience
631. instrumentality - o
632. means - o
633. instrument - o
634. substitute - o
635. materials - o
636. store - o
637. provision - o
638. waste - o
639. sufficiency - o
640. insufficiency - o
641. redundancy - o
2. Degree of Subservience
642. importance - o
643. unimportance - o
644. utility - o
645. inutility - o
646. expedience - o
647. inexpedience - o
648. goodness - o
649. badness - o - See wikisaurus:badness
650. perfection - o
651. imperfection - o
652. cleanness - o
653. uncleanness - o
654. health - o
655. disease - o
656. salubrity - o
657. insalubrity - o
658. improvement - o
659. deterioration - o
660. restoration - o
661. relapse - o
662. remedy - o (medicine)
663. bane - o (poison)
3. Contingent Subservience
664. safety - o
665. danger - o
666. refuge - o
667. pitfall - o
668. warning - o
669. alarm - o
670. preservation - o
671. escape - o
672. deliverance - o
3. Precursory Measures
673. preparation - o
674. nonpreparation - o
675. essay - o
676. undertaking - o
677. use - o
678. disuse - o
679. misuse - o

Section III. Voluntary Action[edit]

1. Simple Voluntary Action
680. action - o
681. inaction - o
682. activity - o
683. inactivity - o
684. haste - o
685. leisure - o
686. exertion - o
687. repose - o
688. fatigue - o
689. refreshment - o
690. agent - o
691. workshop - o
2. Complex Voluntary Action
692. conduct - o
693. direction - o
694. director - o
695. advice - o
696. council - o
697. precept - o
698. skill - o
699. unskillfulness - o
700. proficient - o
701. bungler - o
702. cunning - o
703. artlessness - o

Section IV. Antagonism[edit]

1. Conditional Antagonism
704. difficulty - o
705. facility - o
2. Active Antagonism
706. hindrance - o
707. aid - o
708. opposition - o
709. cooperation - o
710. opponent - o
711. auxiliary - o
712. party - o
713. discord - o
714. concord - o
715. defiance - o
716. attack - o
717. defense - o
718. retaliation - o
719. resistance - o
720. contention - o
721. peace - o
722. warfare - o
723. pacification - o
724. mediation - o
725. submission - o
726. combatant - o
727. arms - o
728. arena - o

Section V. Results of Voluntary Action[edit]

729. completion - o
730. noncompletion - o
731. success - o
732. failure - o
733. trophy - o
734. prosperity - o
735. adversity - o
736. mediocrity - o

Division II. Intersocial Volition[edit]

Section I. General Intersocial Volition[edit]

737. authority - o
737A. government - o
737B. politics - o
738. laxity - o
739. severity - o
740. lenity - o
741. command - o
742. disobedience - o
743. obedience - o
744. compulsion - o
745. master - o
746. servant - o
747. scepter - o
748. freedom - o
749. subjection - o
750. liberation - o
751. restraint - o
752. prison - o
753. keeper - o
754. prisoner - o
755. commission - o
756. abrogation - o
757. resignation - o
758. consignee - o
759. deputy - o

Section II. Special Intersocial Volition[edit]

760. permission - o
761. prohibition - o
762. consent - o
763. offer - o
764. refusal - o
765. request - o
766. deprecation - o
767. petitioner - o

Section III. Conditional Intersocial Volition[edit]

768. promise - o
768A. release - o from engagement
769. compact - o
770. conditions - o
771. security - o
772. observance - o
773. nonobservance - o
774. compromise - o

Section IV. Possessive Relations[edit]

1. Property In General
775. acquisition - o
776. loss - o
777. possession - o
777A. exemption - o
778. participation - o
779. possessor - o
780. property - o
781. retention - o
782. relinquishment - o
2. Transfer of Property
783. transfer - o
784. giving - o
785. receiving - o
786. apportionment - o
787. lending - o
788. borrowing - o
789. taking - o
790. restitution - o
791. stealing - o (theft)
792. thief - o
793. booty - o
3. Interchange of Property
794. barter - o
795. purchase - o
796. sale - o
797. merchant - o
798. merchandise - o
799. mart - o
799A. stock market - o
799B. securities - o
4. Monetary Relations
800. money - o
801. treasurer - o
802. treasury - o
803. wealth - o
804. poverty - o
805. credit - o
806. debt - o
807. payment - o
808. nonpayment - o
809. expenditure - o
810. receipt - o
811. accounts - o
812. price - o
812A. value - o
812B. worthlessness - o
813. discount - o
814. dearness - o
815. cheapness - o
816. liberality - o
817. economy - o
817A. greed - o
818. prodigality - o
819. parsimony - o

Class VI. Words Relating to the Sentient and Moral Powers[edit]

Section I. Affections in General[edit]

820. affections - o
821. feeling - o
822. sensibility - o
823. insensibility - o
824. excitation - o
825. excitability - o
826. inexcitability - o

Section II. Personal Affections[edit]

1. Passive Affections[edit]

827. pleasure - o - WS
828. pain - o - WS
829. pleasurableness - o
830. painfulness - o
831. content - o
832. discontent - o
833. regret - o
834. relief - o
835. aggravation - o
836. cheerfulness - o
837. dejection - o (see depression - o)
838. rejoicing - o
839. lamentation - o
840. amusement - o
841. weariness - o
842. wit - o
843. dullness - o
844. humorist - o

2. Discriminative Affections[edit]

845. beauty - o
846. ugliness - o
847. ornament - o
847A. jewelry - o
848. blemish - o
849. simplicity - o
850. taste - o
851. vulgarity - o
852. fashion - o
853. ridiculousness - o
854. fop - o
855. affectation - o
856. ridicule - o
857. laughingstock - o

3. Prospective Affections[edit]

858. hope - o
859. hopelessness - o
860. fear - o
861. courage - o
862. cowardice - o
863. rashness - o
864. caution - o
865. desire - o
866. indifference - o
867. dislike - o
868. fastidiousness - o
869. satiety - o

4. Contemplative Affections[edit]

870. wonder - o
871. expectance - o
872. prodigy - o

5. Extrinsic Affections[edit]

873. repute - o
874. disrepute - o
875. nobility - o
876. commonalty - o
877. title - o
878. pride - o
879. humility - o
880. vanity - o
881. modesty - o
882. ostentation - o
883. celebration - o
884. boasting - o
885. insolence - o
886. servility - o
887. blusterer - o

Section III. Sympathetic Affections[edit]

1. Social Affections[edit]

888. friendship - o
889. enmity - o
890. friend - o
891. enemy - o
892. sociality - o
893. seclusion - o. exclusion - o
894. courtesy - o
895. discourtesy - o
896. congratulation - o
897. love - o
898. hate - o
899. favorite - o
900. resentment - o
901. irascibility - o
901A. sullenness - o
902. endearment - o
903. marriage - o
904. celibacy - o
905. divorce - o

2. Diffusive Sympathetic Affections[edit]

906. benevolence - o
907. malevolence - o
908. malediction - o
909. threat - o
910. philanthropy - o
911. misanthropy - o
912. benefactor - o
913. evil doer - o (malefactor - o)

3. Special Sympathetic Affections[edit]

914. pity - o
914A. pitilessness - o
915. condolence - o

4. Retrospective Sympathetic Affections[edit]

916. gratitude - o
917. ingratitude - o
918. forgiveness - o
919. revenge - o
920. jealousy - o
921. envy - o

Section IV. Moral Affections[edit]

1. Moral Obligations[edit]

922. right - o
923. wrong - o
924. dueness - o
925. undueness - o
926. duty - o
927. dereliction of duty - o
927A. exemption - o

2. Moral Sentiments[edit]

928. respect - o
929. disrespect - o
930. contempt - o
931. approbation - o
932. disapprobation - o
933. flattery - o
934. detraction - o
935. flatterer - o
936. detractor - o
937. vindication - o
938. accusation - o

3. Moral Conditions[edit]

939. probity - o
940. improbity - o
941. knave - o
942. disinterestedness - o
943. selfishness - o
944. virtue - o
945. vice - o
946. innocence - o
947. guilt - o
948. good man
949. bad man
950. penitence - o
951. impenitence - o
952. atonement - o

4. Moral Practice[edit]

953. temperance - o
954. intemperance - o
954A. sensualist - o
955. asceticism - o
956. fasting - o
957. gluttony - o
958. sobriety - o
959. drunkenness - o
960. purity - o
961. impurity - o
962. libertine - o

5. Moral Institutions[edit]

963. legality - o
964. illegality - o
965. jurisdiction - o
966. tribunal - o
967. judge - o
968. lawyer - o
969. lawsuit - o
970. acquittal - o
971. condemnation - o
972. punishment - o
973. reward - o
974. penalty - o
975. scourge - o

Section V. Religious Affections[edit]

1. Superhuman Beings and Regions[edit]

976. deity - o
977. angel - o
978. satan - o
979. jupiter - o
980. demon - o
981. heaven - o
982. hell - o

2. Religious Doctrines[edit]

983. theology - o
983A. orthodoxy - o
984. heterodoxy - o
985. Judeo-Christian - o revelation - o
986. pseudo-revelation - o

3. Religious Sentiments[edit]

987. piety - o
988. impiety - o
989. irreligion - o

4. Acts Of Religion[edit]

990. worship - o
991. idolatry - o
992. sorcery - o
993. spell - o
994. sorcerer - o

5. Religious Institutions[edit]

995. churchdom - o
996. clergy - o
997. laity - o
998. rite - o
999. canonicals - o
1000. temple - o