Wiktionary:Frequency lists/Contemporary fiction in 60 categories

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This page includes the 2000 most frequently used words in contemporary fiction. The words are sorted into 60 categories by subject. The words are included in the subject categories associated with their more frequently intended definitions. The first 400 words are in the first column. The second 400 words are in the second column. The third 400 words are in the third column. The fourth 400 words are in the fourth column. The fifth 400 words are in the fifth column. This page also includes some opposites, non-vulgar alternatives, idioms, and other closely related words. Opposites and gender pairs are separated by a slash. Some proper nouns are excluded.

Amount[edit]

Anatomy[edit]

Change and Destruction[edit]

Clothing and Apparel[edit]

Cognition[edit]

Color[edit]

Nonverbal Communication[edit]

Verbal Communication[edit]

Comparison[edit]

Conflict and Competition[edit]

Connection[edit]

Consumption[edit]

Contraction[edit]

Definition[edit]

Direction[edit]

Emotion[edit]

Extent[edit]

Family and Friends[edit]

Focus and Origin[edit]

Frequency[edit]

Future[edit]

Geometry[edit]

Group[edit]

Interjection[edit]

Location[edit]

Method[edit]

Movement[edit]

Number[edit]

Object[edit]

Organism[edit]

Parallel[edit]

Past Tense[edit]

Person[edit]

Physical[edit]

Portion[edit]

Position[edit]

Possession[edit]

Power[edit]

Private and Public[edit]

Production[edit]

Profanity[edit]

Protection[edit]

Quality[edit]

Question[edit]

Reality[edit]

Reason[edit]

Recreation[edit]

Religion and Mythology[edit]

Selection[edit]

Sensation[edit]

Status and Progress[edit]

Structure[edit]

Substance and Material[edit]

Time[edit]

Time and Date[edit]

Time Unit[edit]

Unit[edit]

Variable[edit]

Want and Need[edit]

Work[edit]