Appendix:Roget's thesaurus classification

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Synopsis/Outline of Roget's Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases with links to relevant Wiktionary entries and Thesaurus pages.

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

Contents

Class I. Words Expressing Abstract Relations[edit]

Section I. Existence[edit]

1. Being, in The Abstract
1. existence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. existencev. existadj. existent
2. inexistence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. inexistencev. unexistadj. inexistent
2. Being, In The Concrete
3. substantiality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. substanceadj. substantial
4. unsubstantiality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. insubstantial
3. Formal Existence
5. intrinsicality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. intrinsicalityadj. intrinsic, innateadv. intrinsically
6. extrinsicality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. extrinsicalityadj. extrinsic
4. Modal Existence
7. state (Gutenberg)
8. circumstance (Gutenberg)

Section II. Relation[edit]

1. Absolute Relation
9. relation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. relation, linkv. pertainadj. connected, pertinentadv. pertinently; prep. about
10. irrelation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. irrelationadj. unconnected, irrelevantadv. parenthetically
11. consanguinity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. consanguinity, relativeadj. related, consanguine, akin
12. correlation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. correlationv. reciprocateadj. reciprocaladv. reciprocally
13. identity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sameness, selfhoodadj. identical
14. contrariety (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. contrariety, antithesisv. invertadj. contrary, oppositeadv. contrarily, vice versa, upside down
15. difference (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. differencev. differadj. differentadv. differently
2. Continuous Relation
16. uniformity (Gutenberg)
16A. nonuniformity (Gutenberg)
3. Partial Relation
17. similarity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. similarity, counterpartv. resembleadj. similaradv. similarly
18. dissimilarity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. dissimilarityadj. dissimilaradv. dissimilarly
19. imitation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. imitationv. imitateadj. imitable, imitative
20. nonimitation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. non-imitationadj. inimitable
20A. variation (Gutenberg)
21. copy (Gutenberg)
22. prototype (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. model
4. General Relation
23. agreement (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. agreementv. agreeadj. agreeable, suitable
24. disagreement (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. hostile

Section III. Quantity[edit]

1. Simple Quantity
25. quantity (Gutenberg)
26. degree (Gutenberg)
2. Comparative Quantity
27. equality (Gutenberg)
28. inequality (Gutenberg)
29. mean (Gutenberg)
30. compensation (Gutenberg)
1 Quantity by Comparison with a Standard
31. greatness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. lotadj. big, large, excessiveadv. fundamentally, mostly, very
32. smallness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. modicumadj. moderateadv. almost, slightly, moderately
2 Quantity by Comparison with a Similar Object
33. superiority (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. excess
34. inferiority (Gutenberg)
3 Changes in Quantity
35. increase (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. increase
36. decrease, decrease (Gutenberg)
3. Conjunctive Quantity
37. addition (Gutenberg)
38. nonaddition, subtraction (Gutenberg)
39. adjunct (Gutenberg)
40. remainder (Gutenberg)
40A. decrement (Gutenberg)
41. mixture (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. hybrid
42. simpleness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. pure
43. junction (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. junctionv. tighten
44. disjunction (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. separationv. divideadj. separate, divisible
45. connection (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. connection, connective
46. coherence (Gutenberg)
47. incoherence (Gutenberg)
48. combination (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. coalesce
49. decomposition (Gutenberg)
4. Concrete Quantity
50. whole (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. aggregateadj. entire, intact
51. part (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. part, pieceadv. partially
52. completeness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. totaladv. completely
53. incompleteness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. lack
54. composition (Gutenberg)
55. exclusion (Gutenberg)
56. component (Gutenberg)
57. extraneousness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. foreign

Section IV. Order[edit]

1. Order in General
58. order (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. orderly
59. disorder (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. disorder, confusion, hodgepodgeadj. disorderly
59A. complexity (Gutenberg)
60. arrangement (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. classify
61. derangement (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. confuseadj. confusing
2. Consecutive Order
62. precedence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. former
63. sequence (Gutenberg)
64. precursor (Gutenberg)
65. sequel (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. queue
66. beginning (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. beginningadj. natal
67. end (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. finishv. endadj. final
68. middle (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. continuous
69. continuity (Gutenberg)
70. discontinuity (Gutenberg)
71. term (Gutenberg)
3. Collective Order
72. assemblage (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. groupadj. focused
73. nonassemblage, dispersion (Gutenberg)
74. focus (Gutenberg)
4. Distributive Order
75. class (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. class
76. inclusion (Gutenberg)
77. exclusion (Gutenberg)
78. generality (Gutenberg)
79. speciality (Gutenberg)
5. Order as Regards Categories
80. normality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. mundaneadj. normal
81. multiformity (Gutenberg)
82. conformity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. conform
83. unconformity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. maverick, nonconformadj. strange

Section V. Number[edit]

1. Number, in the Abstract
84. number (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. number
85. numeration (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. statistic, variable
86. list (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. list
2. Determinate Number
87. unity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. unique, sole
88. accompaniment (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. associate
89. duality (Gutenberg)
90. duplication (Gutenberg)
91. bisection (Gutenberg)
92. triality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. triangle
93. triplication (Gutenberg)
94. trisection (Gutenberg)
95. four (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. quadrilateral
96. quadruplication (Gutenberg)
97. quadrisection (Gutenberg)
98. five (Gutenberg)
99. quinquesection (Gutenberg)
3. Indeterminate Number
100. plurality (Gutenberg)
100A. fraction (Gutenberg)
101. zero (Gutenberg) nothing
102. multitude (Gutenberg)
103. fewness (Gutenberg)
104. repetition (Gutenberg) phr say again
105. infinity (Gutenberg)

Section VI. Time[edit]

1. Absolute Time[edit]

106. time (Gutenberg)
107. neverness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adv. never
108. period (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. period
108A. contingent duration (Gutenberg)
109. course (Gutenberg)
110. diuturnity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. endlessness
111. transientness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. ephemeral
112. perpetuity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. eternityv. eternalizeadj. eternaladv. forever
113. instantaneity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. momentadv. In no time, immediately
114. chronometry (Gutenberg)
115. anachronism (Gutenberg)

2. Relative Time[edit]

1. Time with Reference to Succession
116. priority (Gutenberg)
117. posteriority (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. former
118. the present time (Gutenberg)
119. a different time (Gutenberg)
120. synchronism (Gutenberg)
121. futurity (Gutenberg)
122. past (Gutenberg)
2. Time with Reference to a Particular Period
123. newness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. new, emergent
124. oldness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. old, obsolete
125. morning (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. dawn
126. evening (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. dusk
127. youth (Gutenberg)
128. age (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. elderly
129. infant (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. child, youngling
130. veteran (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. old man, old woman
131. adolescence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. teenageradj. pubescent
3. Time with Reference to an Effect or Purpose
132. earliness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. early, prompt, prematureadv. soon, prematurely
132A. punctuality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. punctual
133. lateness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. procrastinateadj. late, overdueadv. eventually
134. occasion (Gutenberg)
135. untimeliness (Gutenberg)

3. Recurrent Time[edit]

136. frequency (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. common
137. infrequency (Gutenberg)
138. periodicity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. seasonal
139. irregularity of recurrence (Gutenberg)

Section VII. Change[edit]

1. Simple Change
140. change (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. switch
141. permanence (Gutenberg)
142. cessation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. desistint. avast!
143. continuance in action (Gutenberg)
144. conversion (Gutenberg)
145. reversion (Gutenberg)
146. revolution (Gutenberg)
147. substitution (Gutenberg)
148. interchange (Gutenberg)
2. Complex Change
149. changeableness (Gutenberg)
150. stability (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. immutable, inveterateinveterate
151. eventuality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: phr. "that's life"
152. destiny (Gutenberg)

Section VIII. Causation[edit]

1. Constancy of Sequence in Events
153. cause (Gutenberg) (causation) Thesaurus: n. cause
154. effect (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: prep. because of
155. attribution (Gutenberg)
156. chance (Gutenberg)
2. Connection between Cause and Effect
157. power (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. power
158. impotence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. disable
159. strength (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. physiqueadj. indomitable
160. weakness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. weak spotadj. weak, fragile, rickety
3. Power in Operation
161. production (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. buildadj. custom-made, pregnant
162. destruction (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. destructionv. destroy
163. reproduction (Gutenberg)
164. producer (Gutenberg)
165. destroyer (Gutenberg)
166. paternity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. father, mother, grandfather
167. posterity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. son
168. productiveness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. productive
169. unproductiveness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. sterilizeadj. sterile
170. agency (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. in action, functional
171. physical energy (Gutenberg)
172. physical inertness (Gutenberg) (inertia)
173. violence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. explode
174. moderation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. moderate
4. Indirect Power
175. influence (Gutenberg)
175A. absence of influence (Gutenberg) (impotence)
176. tendency (Gutenberg)
177. liability (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. dependent
5. Combinations of Causes
178. concurrence (Gutenberg)
179. counteraction (Gutenberg)

Class II. Words Relating to Space[edit]

Section I. Space in General[edit]

1. Abstract Space
180. space (Gutenberg)
180A. inextension (Gutenberg)
181. region (Gutenberg)
182. place (Gutenberg)
2. Relative Space
183. situation (Gutenberg)
184. location (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. settlement
185. displacement (Gutenberg)
3. Existence in Space
186. presence (Gutenberg)
187. absence (Gutenberg)
188. inhabitant (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. native
189. abode (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. abode, pub
190. contents (Gutenberg)
191. receptacle (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. container, vessel

Section II. Dimensions[edit]

1. General Dimensions
192. size (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. size, fat personadj. large, gigantic, ample
193. littleness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. small, tiny
194. expansion (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. increase
195. contraction (Gutenberg)
196. distance (Gutenberg)
197. nearness (Gutenberg)
198. interval (Gutenberg)
199. contiguity (Gutenberg)
2. Linear Dimensions
200. length (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. lengthv. lengthenadj. long
201. shortness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. shortenadj. short
202. breadth, thickness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. widthv. widenadj. wideadv. widely
203. narrowness, thinness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. thin personv. straitenadj. narrow, slender, scrawnyadv. narrowly
204. layer (Gutenberg)
205. filament (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. string
206. height (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. tall
207. lowness (Gutenberg)
208. depth (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. deep, subaqueous, subterranean
209. shallowness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. shallow
210. summit (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. summit, apex
211. base (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. floor
212. verticality (Gutenberg)
213. horizontality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. recumbent
214. pendency (Gutenberg)
215. support (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. support, stick
216. parallelism (Gutenberg)
216A. perpendicularity (Gutenberg)
217. obliquity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. slope
218. inversion (Gutenberg)
219. crossing (Gutenberg)
3. Centrical Dimensions
1. General.
220. exteriority (Gutenberg)
221. interiority (Gutenberg)
222. centrality (Gutenberg)
223. covering (Gutenberg)
224. lining (Gutenberg)
225. clothing (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. clothing; see also Category:Thesaurus:Clothing
226. divestment (Gutenberg) (nudity) Thesaurus: v. undressadj. naked
227. circumjacence (Gutenberg)
228. interposition (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. intermediate
229. circumscription (Gutenberg)
230. outline (Gutenberg)
231. edge (Gutenberg)
232. inclosure (Gutenberg)
233. limit (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. definite
2. Special
234. front (Gutenberg)
235. rear (Gutenberg)
236. laterality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adv. sideways
237. contraposition (Gutenberg)
238. dextrality (Gutenberg)
239. sinistrality (Gutenberg)

Section III. Form[edit]

1. General Form
240. form (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. shape
241. amorphism (Gutenberg)
242. symmetry (Gutenberg)
243. distortion (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. askewadv. skewly
2. Special Form
244. angularity (Gutenberg) (angle) Thesaurus: n. polygon, polyhedron
245. curvature (Gutenberg) (curve)
246. straightness (Gutenberg)
247. circularity (Gutenberg) (circle)
248. convolution (Gutenberg)
249. rotundity (Gutenberg)
3. Superficial Form
250. convexity (Gutenberg)
251. flatness (Gutenberg)
252. concavity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. valley
252A. sponge (Gutenberg)
253. sharpness (Gutenberg)
254. bluntness (Gutenberg)
255. smoothness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. smooth, slippery
256. roughness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. rough, hirsute
257. notch (Gutenberg)
258. fold (Gutenberg)
259. furrow (Gutenberg)
260. opening (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. holev. make hole
261. closure (Gutenberg)
262. perforator (Gutenberg)
263. stopper (Gutenberg)

Section IV. Motion[edit]

1. Motion in General
264. motion (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. gaitv. move, runadj. portable
265. quiescence (Gutenberg)
266. journey (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. journeyv. walk
267. navigation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sail
268. traveler (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. traveller, vagabond, wanderer
269. mariner (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sailor
270. transference (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. carry
271. carrier (Gutenberg)
272. vehicle (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. vehicle, automobile, bicycle
273. ship (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. watercraft, sailboat, fleet
2. Degrees of Motion
274. velocity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. move quickly, rushadj. quicklyadv. speedy
275. slowness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. move slowlyadj. slow
3. Motion Conjoined with Force
276. impulse (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. hit
277. recoil (Gutenberg)
4. Motion with Reference to Direction
278. direction (Gutenberg)
279. deviation (Gutenberg)
280. precession (Gutenberg)
281. sequence (Gutenberg)
282. progression (Gutenberg)
283. regression (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. retreat
284. propulsion (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. throw
285. traction (Gutenberg)
286. approach (Gutenberg)
287. recession (Gutenberg)
288. attraction (Gutenberg)
289. repulsion (Gutenberg)
290. convergence (Gutenberg)
291. divergence (Gutenberg)
292. arrival (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: int. hello!
293. departure (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. leaveint. goodbye!
294. ingress (Gutenberg)
295. egress (Gutenberg)
296. reception (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. ingest
297. ejection (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. vomitv. regurgitate, emitint. go away!
298. food (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. food, meal, beveragev. eat, drinkadj. edible, drinkable, ingestible
299. excretion (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. defecation, urinationv. defecate, urinate
300. insertion (Gutenberg)
301. extraction (Gutenberg)
302. passage (Gutenberg)
303. transcursion (Gutenberg)
304. shortcoming (Gutenberg)
305. ascent (Gutenberg)
306. descent (Gutenberg)
307. elevation (Gutenberg)
308. depression (Gutenberg)
309. leap (Gutenberg)
310. plunge (Gutenberg)
311. circuition (Gutenberg)
312. rotation (Gutenberg)
313. evolution (Gutenberg)
314. oscillation (Gutenberg)
315. agitation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. shake, sway

Class III. Words Relating to Matter[edit]

Section I. Matter in General[edit]

316. materiality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. materialadj. bodily
317. immateriality (Gutenberg)
318. world (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. Earth, Solar System, meteoriteadj. cosmic
319. gravity (Gutenberg)
320. levity (Gutenberg)

Section II. Inorganic Matter[edit]

1. Solid Matter[edit]

321. density (Gutenberg)
322. rarity (Gutenberg)
323. hardness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. hardnessv. hardenadj. hard
324. softness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. softness, moldabilityv. softenadj. soft, flexible, moldable
325. elasticity (Gutenberg)
326. inelasticity (Gutenberg)
327. tenacity (Gutenberg)
328. brittleness (Gutenberg)
329. texture (Gutenberg) (structure)
330. pulverulence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. granular
331. friction (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. rub
332. lubrication (Gutenberg)

2. Fluid Matter[edit]

1. Fluids In General
333. fluidity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. liquidadj. fluidic
334. gaseity (Gutenberg) (gas) Thesaurus: n. flatusv. flatulateadj. gaseous, flatulent
335. liquefaction (Gutenberg)
336. vaporization (Gutenberg)
2. Specific Fluids
337. water (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. water
338. air (Gutenberg)
339. moisture (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. wet
340. dryness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. dry
341. ocean (Gutenberg)
342. land (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. landform
343. gulf, lake (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. lake, body of water, inlet
344. plain (Gutenberg)
345. marsh (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. wetland
346. island (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. island
3. Fluids in Motion
347. stream (Gutenberg) (fluid in motion)
348. river (Gutenberg) (water in motion)
349. wind (Gutenberg) (air in motion) Thesaurus: n. wind, storm
350. conduit (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. tube
351. airpipe (Gutenberg)

3. Imperfect Fluids[edit]

352. semiliquidity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. gooadj. viscous, gelatinous, lacteous
353. bubble (Gutenberg) (mixture of air and water) Thesaurus: n. cloudadj. effervescent, nebulous
354. pulpiness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. pulpy
355. unctuousness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. unctuous
356. oil (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. petroleum, fat
356A. resin (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. resinous

Section III. Organic Matter[edit]

1. Vitality[edit]

1. Vitality in General
357. organization (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. organism
358. inorganization (Gutenberg)
359. life (Gutenberg)
360. death (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. deathv. dieadj. dead
361. killing (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. killing, killerv. kill
362. corpse (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. corpseadj. cadaverous
363. interment (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. interment, cemetery
2. Special Vitality
364. animality (Gutenberg)
365. vegetability† (Gutenberg)
366. animal (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. animal
367. vegetable (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. plant
368. zoology (Gutenberg)
369. botany (Gutenberg)
370. husbandry (Gutenberg)
371. agriculture (Gutenberg)
372. mankind (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. humankindadj. anthropic
373. man (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. man
374. woman (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. woman, female
374A. sexuality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sexual activity, copulation, copulatorv. copulate, masturbate, orgasmadj. promiscuous, randy; see also Category:Thesaurus:Sex

2. Sensation[edit]

1. Sensation in General
375. physical sensibility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sense, sensation, perceptibilityv. perceive, produce sensationadj. perceptible, distinct, sensoryadv. perceptibly
376. physical insensibility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. lack of sensationadj. imperceptible
377. physical pleasure (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. pleasureadj. pleasant, blissful
378. physical pain (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. pain, agony, tortureadj. agonizing, agonized, unpleasant
2. Special Sensation
(1) Touch
379. touch (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. tactitionv. feeladj. tactile
380. sensations (Gutenberg) (of touch)
381. numbness (Gutenberg)
(2) Heat
382. heat (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. temperatureadj. hot, warm
383. cold (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. cold
384. calefaction (Gutenberg) (heating) Thesaurus: v. kindle
385. refrigeration (Gutenberg)
386. furnace (Gutenberg)
387. refrigerator (Gutenberg)
388. fuel (Gutenberg)
388A. insulation (Gutenberg)
389. thermometer (Gutenberg)
(3) Taste
390. taste (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. gustation, flavourv. tasteadj. gustable
391. insipidity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. insipid
392. pungency (Gutenberg) (spice) Thesaurus: n. spicinessadj. spicy
392A. saltiness (Gutenberg) (salt) Thesaurus: n. saltinessadj. salty
392B. bitterness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. bitternessadj. bitter
393. condiment (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. seasoningv. flavorize
394. savoriness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. savorinessadj. delicious
395. unsavoriness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. unpalatable
396. sweetness (Gutenberg) (sugar) Thesaurus: n. sweetnessadj. sweet
397. sourness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sournessadj. sour
(4) Odor
398. odor (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. olfaction, smell, odoramentv. olfact, have smelladj. olfactible
399. inodorousness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. scentless
400. fragrance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. aromaadj. fragrant
401. fetor (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. stenchv. reekadj. malodorous
401A. acridity (Gutenberg)
(5) sound
(I) Sound in General
402. sound (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sound, abrupt sound, prolonged soundadj. noisy
403. silence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. silencev. be silentadj. silent
404. loudness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. din
405. faintness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. murmurv. soughadj. quiet
(II) Specific Sounds
406. snap (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. snap, tap, bang
407. roll (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. humming, clatter, rumblev. hum
408. resonance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. make soundadj. sonorous
408A. nonresonance† (Gutenberg)
409. sibilation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sibilationv. sibilateadj. sibilantadv. sibilantly
410. stridor (Gutenberg)
411. cry (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. shout
412. ululation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. ululation, animal sound
(III) Musical Sounds
413. melody, concord (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. euphonyadj. euphonious
414. discord (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. cacophonyadj. cacophonous
415. music (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. musical composition
416. musician (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. musicianv. sing
417. musical instrument (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. musical instrument
(IV) Perception Of Sound
418. hearing (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. auditionv. hear, listenadj. audible
419. deafness (Gutenberg)
(6) light
(I) Light in General
420. light (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. illuminate, shine, glistenadj. shining
421. darkness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. dark, dark colour
422. dimness (Gutenberg)
423. luminary (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. light source
424. shade (Gutenberg)
425. transparency (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. transparent, sheer
426. opacity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. opaque
426A. turbidity (Gutenberg)
427. semitransparency (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. translucent
(II) Specific Light
428. color (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. coloradj. gaudy
429. achromatism (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. pallid
430. whiteness (Gutenberg)
431. blackness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. black coloradj. black
432. gray (Gutenberg)
433. brown (Gutenberg)
434. redness (Gutenberg)
435. greenness (Gutenberg)
436. yellowness (Gutenberg)
437. purple (Gutenberg)
438. blueness (Gutenberg)
439. orange (Gutenberg)
440. variegation (Gutenberg)
(III) Perceptions of Light
441. vision (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. eye, visionv. look, see, glance; see also Category:Thesaurus:Vision
442. blindness (Gutenberg)
443. dimsightedness (Gutenberg)
444. spectator (Gutenberg)
445. optical instruments (Gutenberg)
446. visibility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. visible
447. invisibility (Gutenberg)
448. appearance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. countenance, facial expression, landscape
449. disappearance (Gutenberg)

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 (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. psychologyadj. intellectual
450A. absence or want of intellect (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. idiot
451. thought (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. think, ponderadj. contemplative
452. incogitancy (Gutenberg)
453. idea (Gutenberg)
454. topic (Gutenberg)

Section II. Precursory Conditions and Operations[edit]

455. curiosity (Gutenberg)
456. incuriosity (Gutenberg)
457. attention (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. pay attention, examineadj. rapt
458. inattention (Gutenberg)
459. care (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. vigilant
460. neglect (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. careless, abandoned
461. inquiry (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. study
462. answer (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. replyv. respond
463. experiment (Gutenberg)
464. comparison (Gutenberg)
464A. incomparability (Gutenberg)
465. discrimination (Gutenberg)
465A. indiscrimination (Gutenberg)
465B. identification (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. identify
466. measurement (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. measuring deviceadj. topographic

Section III. Materials for Reasoning[edit]

467. evidence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. reference work
468. counter evidence (Gutenberg)
469. qualification (Gutenberg)
470. possibility (Gutenberg)
471. impossibility (Gutenberg)
472. probability (Gutenberg)
473. improbability (Gutenberg)
474. certainty (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. certain, irrefutableadv. inevitably
475. uncertainty (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. dilemmaadj. iffy

Section IV. Reasoning Processes[edit]

476. reasoning (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adv. therefore
477. intuition, sophistry (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. visceral
478. demonstration (Gutenberg)
479. confutation (Gutenberg)

Section V. Results Of Reasoning[edit]

480. judgment (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. judgement
480A. discovery (Gutenberg)
481. misjudgment (Gutenberg)
482. overestimation (Gutenberg)
483. underestimation (Gutenberg)
484. belief (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. beliefv. deem, have opinion
485. unbelief, doubt (Gutenberg)
486. credulity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. gullible
487. incredulity (Gutenberg)
488. assent (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. assent, accede, acquiesceadv. yes
489. dissent (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adv. no
490. knowledge (Gutenberg)
491. ignorance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. ignorant, unknown
492. scholar (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. linguistadj. learned
493. ignoramus (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. ignoramus
494. truth (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. truth
495. error (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. errorv. make a mistake
496. maxim (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. saying
497. absurdity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. absurd
498. intelligence, wisdom (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. intelligence, wisdomadj. intelligent, wiseadv. intelligently
499. imbecility, folly (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. foolish, stupid, weak-minded
500. sage (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sage, know-it-all
501. fool (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. fool
502. sanity (Gutenberg)
503. insanity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. insanity, lunatic asylumv. go crazy, becraze, raveadj. insane
504. madman (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. mad person

Section VI. Extension of Thought[edit]

1. To the Past
505. memory (Gutenberg)
506. oblivion (Gutenberg)
2. To the Future
507. expectation (Gutenberg)
508. inexpectation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. surpriseadj. surprising
509. disappointment (Gutenberg)
510. foresight (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. precognition
511. prediction (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. prediction, divinationv. predictadj. precognitive
512. omen (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. omen
513. oracle (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. oracle, predictor

Section VII. Creative Thought[edit]

514. supposition (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. suppositionv. suppose
514A. analogy (Gutenberg)
515. imagination (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. fantastic

Division II. Communication of Ideas[edit]

Section I. Nature of Ideas Communicated[edit]

516. meaning (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. definition
517. unmeaningness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. nonsense
518. intelligibility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. comprehensible
519. unintelligibility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. incomprehensible, mysterious
520. equivocalness (Gutenberg)
521. metaphor (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. figure of speech
522. interpretation (Gutenberg)
523. misinterpretation (Gutenberg)
524. interpreter (Gutenberg)

Section II. Modes of Communication[edit]

525. manifestation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. obvious
526. latency, implication (Gutenberg)
527. information (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. announce, inform, divulge
527A. correction (Gutenberg)
528. concealment (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. sneakadj. hidden, covert, arcane
529. disclosure (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. informantv. rat out, confess
530. ambush (Gutenberg)
531. publication (Gutenberg)
532. news (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. rumorphr. "how are you"
533. secret (Gutenberg)
534. messenger (Gutenberg)
535. affirmation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. statement
536. negation (Gutenberg)
537. teaching (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. instruction
538. misteaching (Gutenberg)
539. learning (Gutenberg)
540. teacher (Gutenberg)
541. learner (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. learner, beginner
542. school (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. school
543. veracity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. veracityadj. honest
544. falsehood (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. falsehoodadj. false
545. deception (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. deceptionv. deceiveadj. deceptive
546. untruth (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. lie
547. dupe (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. dupe
548. deceiver (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. deceiver
549. exaggeration (Gutenberg)

Section III. Means of Communicating Ideas[edit]

1. Natural Means
550. indication (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. indication, characteristic, symptom
551. record (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. literature
552. obliteration (Gutenberg)
553. recorder (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. secretary
554. representation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. picture
555. misrepresentation (Gutenberg)
556. painting (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. painting
557. sculpture (Gutenberg)
558. engraving (Gutenberg)
559. artist (Gutenberg)
2. Conventional Means
1. Language Generally
560. language (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. language, linguistics
561. letter (Gutenberg)
562. word (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. word, term, dictionary
563. neologism (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. jargon, cryptolect
564. nomenclature (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. name
565. misnomer (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. whatshisname, thingy
566. phrase (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. phrase
567. grammar (Gutenberg)
568. solecism (Gutenberg)
569. style (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. wording
570. perspicuity (Gutenberg)
571. obscurity (Gutenberg)
572. conciseness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. concise
573. diffuseness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. verbosityadj. verbose
574. vigor (Gutenberg)
575. feebleness (Gutenberg)
576. plainness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. bare-bones
577. ornament (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. fustian
578. elegance (Gutenberg)
579. inelegance (Gutenberg)
2. Spoken Language
580. voice (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. utter
581. aphony (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. make silentadj. mute
582. speech (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. talk, speechv. speak, mention
583. stammering (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. mutter
584. loquacity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. talkativeness, chatter, chatterboxadj. talkative
585. taciturnity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. stop talkingadj. taciturn
586. allocution (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: int. hello!
587. response (Gutenberg)
588. conversation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. tattle, gossiperv. gossip
589. soliloquy (Gutenberg)
3. Written Language
590. writing (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. pen, stationeryv. write, handwrite
591. printing (Gutenberg)
592. correspondence (Gutenberg)
593. book (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. book
594. description (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. literaturev. describe
595. dissertation (Gutenberg)
596. compendium (Gutenberg)
597. poetry (Gutenberg)
598. prose (Gutenberg)
599. The drama (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. drama

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 (Gutenberg)
601. necessity (Gutenberg)
602. willingness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. acquiescent, docile
603. unwillingness (Gutenberg)
604. resolution (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. indomitable, relentless
604A. perseverance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. perseverancev. persevereadj. tireless
605. irresolution (Gutenberg)
606. obstinacy (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. obstinacyadj. obstinate, perverse
607. tergiversation (Gutenberg)
608. caprice (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. whim
609. choice (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. option, dilemma
609A. absence of choice (Gutenberg)
610. rejection (Gutenberg)
611. predetermination (Gutenberg)
612. impulse (Gutenberg)
613. habit (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. familiar
614. desuetude (Gutenberg)
2. Causes of Volition
615. motive (Gutenberg)
615A. absence of motive (Gutenberg)
616. dissuasion (Gutenberg)
617. pretext (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. pretext
3. Objects of Volition
618. good (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. goodnessadj. good
619. evil (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. do eviladj. evil

Section II. Prospective Volition[edit]

1. Conceptional Volition
620. intention (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. goal
621. chance (Gutenberg)
622. pursuit (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. activity, game
623. avoidance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. truancyv. avoid, shirk, flee
624. relinquishment (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. abandon
625. business (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. occupation, employer, area of authority
626. plan (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. design
627. method (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. wayadv. thus
628. mid-course (Gutenberg)
629. circuit (Gutenberg)
630. requirement (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. requisite
2. Subservience to Ends
1. Actual Subservience
631. instrumentality (Gutenberg)
632. means (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: prep. by means of
633. instrument (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. instrument, device, tool
634. substitute (Gutenberg)
635. materials (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. material, fabric, metal
636. store (Gutenberg)
637. provision (Gutenberg)
638. waste (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. junkadj. depleted
639. sufficiency (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. abundantadv. plentiful
640. insufficiency (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. low-quality
641. redundancy (Gutenberg)
2. Degree of Subservience
642. importance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. important, serious
643. unimportance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. trifleadj. insignificantint. screw this!
644. utility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. utility
645. inutility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. inutility, trashadj. futile
646. expedience (Gutenberg)
647. inexpedience (Gutenberg)
648. goodness (Gutenberg) (beneficial) Thesaurus: adj. excellentadv. excellently
649. badness (Gutenberg) (harmful) Thesaurus: n. badnessadj. bad, harmful, doomed
650. perfection (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. masterpieceadj. flawless
651. imperfection (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. defectadj. mediocre, broken
652. cleanness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. make cleanadj. clean
653. uncleanness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. untidy personv. dirtyadj. unclean, unkempt
654. health (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. healthy
655. disease (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. disease, pandemicadj. ill, diseased, nauseated
656. salubrity (Gutenberg)
657. insalubrity (Gutenberg)
658. improvement (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. improveadj. improved
659. deterioration (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. injuryv. worsenadj. deteriorated, out of order, rotten
660. restoration (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. workaroundv. repair, kludge
661. relapse (Gutenberg)
662. remedy (Gutenberg) (medicine) Thesaurus: n. medicine, therapy, physician
663. bane (Gutenberg) (poison)
3. Contingent Subservience
664. safety (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. safe
665. danger (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. dangerv. endangeradj. dangerous, ramshackle
666. refuge (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. refuge
667. pitfall (Gutenberg)
668. warning (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: int. heads up!
669. alarm (Gutenberg)
670. preservation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. preserved
671. escape (Gutenberg)
672. deliverance (Gutenberg)
3. Precursory Measures
673. preparation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. cook
674. nonpreparation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. impromptu, raw
675. essay (Gutenberg)
676. undertaking (Gutenberg)
677. use (Gutenberg)
678. disuse (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. lay offadj. unemployed
679. misuse (Gutenberg)

Section III. Voluntary Action[edit]

1. Simple Voluntary Action
680. action (Gutenberg)
681. inaction (Gutenberg)
682. activity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. wakefulnessv. wakeadj. active, animated, industrious
683. inactivity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. shut-eye, sleep inducer, idlerv. sleep, go to bed, fall asleepadj. sleepy, soporific, lazy
684. haste (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. rush
685. leisure (Gutenberg)
686. exertion (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. work, drudgery
687. repose (Gutenberg)
688. fatigue (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. fatiguev. tireadj. fatigued, fatiguing
689. refreshment (Gutenberg)
690. agent (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. doer, worker
691. workshop (Gutenberg)
2. Complex Voluntary Action
692. conduct (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. conduct, guiseadj. behavioral
693. direction (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. administration
694. director (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. boss, bureaucrat, head of government
695. advice (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. advicev. advise
696. council (Gutenberg)
697. precept (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. law
698. skill (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. skilladj. skilled, capable, experienced
699. unskillfulness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. unskilled, inexperienced
700. proficient (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. skilled person
701. bungler (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. unskilled person
702. cunning (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. cunningadj. wily
703. artlessness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. naive

Section IV. Antagonism[edit]

1. Conditional Antagonism
704. difficulty (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. testadj. difficult, subtle, in trouble
705. facility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. easy thingadj. easy
2. Active Antagonism
706. hindrance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. hindrance, spoilsportv. hinder, spoil, put a damper on
707. aid (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. nurture
708. opposition (Gutenberg)
709. cooperation (Gutenberg)
710. opponent (Gutenberg)
711. auxiliary (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. associate
712. party (Gutenberg)
713. discord (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. dispute, commotionv. squabbleadj. quarrelsome
714. concord (Gutenberg)
715. defiance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. disobey
716. attack (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. assaultv. attack
717. defense (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. defensev. defend
718. retaliation (Gutenberg)
719. resistance (Gutenberg)
720. contention (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. fightadj. combative, hostile
721. peace (Gutenberg)
722. warfare (Gutenberg)
723. pacification (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. pacify
724. mediation (Gutenberg)
725. submission (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. surrender
726. combatant (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. soldier, mercenary
727. arms (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. weapon, firearm, sword
728. arena (Gutenberg)

Section V. Results of Voluntary Action[edit]

729. completion (Gutenberg)
730. noncompletion (Gutenberg)
731. success (Gutenberg)
732. failure (Gutenberg)
733. trophy (Gutenberg)
734. prosperity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. prosperadj. auspicious, lucky
735. adversity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. difficult situation, disasteradj. unlucky, disastrousadv. disastrously
736. mediocrity (Gutenberg)

Division II. Intersocial Volition[edit]

Section I. General Intersocial Volition[edit]

737. authority (Gutenberg)
737A. government (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. government, office
737B. politics (Gutenberg)
738. laxity (Gutenberg)
739. severity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. stern, relentless, bare-bones
740. lenity (Gutenberg)
741. command (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. command
742. disobedience (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. disobey
743. obedience (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. obeyadj. obedient
744. compulsion (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. compulsory
745. master (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. ruler
746. servant (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. attendant, slave
747. scepter (Gutenberg)
748. freedom (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. wanton
749. subjection (Gutenberg)
750. liberation (Gutenberg)
751. restraint (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. imprison
752. prison (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. prison, jail
753. keeper (Gutenberg)
754. prisoner (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. prisoner
755. commission (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. diplomatic mission
756. abrogation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. lay offint. go away!
757. resignation (Gutenberg)
758. consignee (Gutenberg)
759. deputy (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. deputy

Section II. Special Intersocial Volition[edit]

760. permission (Gutenberg)
761. prohibition (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sanctionv. prohibit
762. consent (Gutenberg)
763. offer (Gutenberg)
764. refusal (Gutenberg)
765. request (Gutenberg)
766. deprecation (Gutenberg)
767. petitioner (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. beggar, scrounger

Section III. Conditional Intersocial Volition[edit]

768. promise (Gutenberg)
768A. release from engagement (Gutenberg)
769. compact (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. pactv. bargain
770. conditions (Gutenberg)
771. security (Gutenberg)
772. observance (Gutenberg)
773. nonobservance (Gutenberg)
774. compromise (Gutenberg)

Section IV. Possessive Relations[edit]

1. Property In General
775. acquisition (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. acquisitionadj. gainful
776. loss (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. lossv. loseadj. lacking
777. possession (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. propertyv. possess
777A. exemption (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. exemption
778. participation (Gutenberg) [Joint possession] Thesaurus: n. participation
779. possessor (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. possessor
780. property (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. property, ownership, stake
781. retention (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. retentionv. retainadj. retentive
782. relinquishment (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. relinquishmentv. relinquish
2. Transfer of Property
783. transfer (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. transferencev. transfer
784. giving (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. bestowal, giver, giftv. giveadj. gratis
785. receiving (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. receiving, recipientv. receive
786. apportionment (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. distribute
787. lending (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. lending, lenderv. lend
788. borrowing (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. borrowing, borrowerv. borrow
789. taking (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. taking, takerv. take, capture
790. restitution (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. restitutionv. return
791. stealing (Gutenberg) (theft) Thesaurus: n. theftv. stealadj. light-fingered, stolen
792. thief (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. thief
793. booty (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. booty
3. Interchange of Property
794. barter (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. exchangev. barter, trade
795. purchase (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. purchase, purchaserv. buy
796. sale (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. salev. selladj. marketable
797. merchant (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. merchant
798. merchandise (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. goods
799. mart (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. retail store
799A. stock market (Gutenberg)
799B. securities (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. security
4. Monetary Relations
800. money (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. money, small changeadj. monetary
801. treasurer (Gutenberg)
802. treasury (Gutenberg)
803. wealth (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. wealth, moneybagsadj. wealthy
804. poverty (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. poverty, pauperadj. impoverished
805. credit (Gutenberg)
806. debt (Gutenberg)
807. payment (Gutenberg)
808. nonpayment (Gutenberg)
809. expenditure (Gutenberg)
810. receipt (Gutenberg)
811. accounts (Gutenberg)
812. price (Gutenberg)
812A. value (Gutenberg)
812B. worthlessness (Gutenberg)
813. discount (Gutenberg)
814. dearness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. expensive
815. cheapness (Gutenberg)
816. liberality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. generous
817. economy (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. frugal
817A. greed (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. greedadj. greedy, voracious
818. prodigality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. prodigality, spendthriftadj. prodigal
819. parsimony (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. miseradj. stingy

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

Section I. Affections in General[edit]

820. affections (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. predilection
821. feeling (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. emotion, enthusiasm; see also Category:Thesaurus:Emotion
822. sensibility (Gutenberg)
823. insensibility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. apathyadj. apathetic, carefree
824. excitation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. thrill, sexually stimulateadj. exciting
825. excitability (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. hyperactive, enthusiastic
826. inexcitability (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. calmnessadj. calm, temperate

Section II. Personal Affections[edit]

1. Passive Affections[edit]

827. pleasure (Gutenberg) (non-physical) Thesaurus: adj. pleasant
828. pain (Gutenberg) (non-physical) Thesaurus: n. annoyance
829. pleasurableness (Gutenberg) [cause or source of pleasure] Thesaurus: adj. attractive
830. painfulness (Gutenberg) [cause or source of pain] Thesaurus: n. nuisance, annoyancev. annoyadj. annoying, annoyed, disheartening
831. content (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. satisfactory
832. discontent (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. complainer
833. regret (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. regretful
834. relief (Gutenberg)
835. aggravation (Gutenberg)
836. cheerfulness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. happy
837. dejection (Gutenberg) (see depression) Thesaurus: adj. sad, lamentable
838. rejoicing (Gutenberg) [expression of pleasure] Thesaurus: n. laughter, smilev. laughint. yay!
839. lamentation (Gutenberg) [expression of pain] Thesaurus: v. complain, weepint. woe is me!
840. amusement (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. joke, prank, hobbyv. jest
841. weariness (Gutenberg) (tedium) Thesaurus: n. boreadj. wearisome, boring
842. wit (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. witty, funny
843. dullness (Gutenberg) (uninteresting)
844. humorist (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. joker, jester

2. Discriminative Affections[edit]

845. beauty (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. beauty, beautiful personadj. beautiful
846. ugliness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. ugliness, ugly personadj. ugly
847. ornament (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. trinketv. decorate
847A. jewelry (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. jewelry
848. blemish (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. discolored
849. simplicity (Gutenberg) (plainness)
850. taste (Gutenberg)
851. vulgarity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. gaudy, unfashionable
852. fashion (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. fashionable
853. ridiculousness (Gutenberg)
854. fop (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. dandy
855. affectation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. pedantadj. foppish
856. ridicule (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. ridiculev. mock, deride
857. laughingstock (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. laughingstock

3. Prospective Affections[edit]

858. hope (Gutenberg)
859. hopelessness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. scarecrow
860. fear (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. fear, terror, fearmongerv. frightenadj. frightening, afraid, nervous
861. courage (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. courageadj. brave, unafraid
862. cowardice (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. cowardice, cowardadj. cowardly
863. rashness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. reckless
864. caution (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. cautionadj. cautiousadv. cautiously
865. desire (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. predilection, craving, hungry
866. indifference (Gutenberg) (lack of desire)
867. dislike (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: int. yuck!
868. fastidiousness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. fastidious, meticulous
869. satiety (Gutenberg)

4. Contemplative Affections[edit]

870. wonder (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. wonderful, astonished, indescribableint. wow!
871. expectance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. describable
872. prodigy (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. child prodigy

5. Extrinsic Affections[edit]

873. repute (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. big cheeseadj. famous
874. disrepute (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. disrepute, shamev. abashadj. embarrassed
875. nobility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. nobleman
876. commonalty (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. commonalty, commoner, bumpkin
877. title (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. title
878. pride (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. pride, arroganceadj. arrogant
879. humility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. humble
880. vanity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. vain
881. modesty (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. shyness, shy personadj. shy
882. ostentation (Gutenberg)
883. celebration (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. celebration, party
884. boasting (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. boastful
885. insolence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. impudence, malapertadj. cheeky, bossy
886. servility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. suck upadj. servile, sycophantic
887. blusterer (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. braggart

Section III. Sympathetic Affections[edit]

1. Social Affections[edit]

888. friendship (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. friendly
889. enmity (Gutenberg)
890. friend (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. friend, acquaintance
891. enemy (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. enemy
892. sociality (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. greetingadj. sociable
893. seclusion, exclusion (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. recluse, outcast
894. courtesy (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. polite
895. discourtesy (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. impolite
896. congratulation (Gutenberg)
897. love (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. loverv. loveadj. beloved, in love, affectionate
898. hate (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. hate
899. favorite (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sweetheart
900. resentment (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. offense, anger, tantrumv. offend, enrage, lose one's temperadj. angry
901. irascibility (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. shrewadj. irritable, peevish
901A. sullenness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. sullen
902. endearment (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. courtship, bussv. woo, indulge, kiss
903. marriage (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. intermarriage, spouse
904. celibacy (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. celibate, virgin
905. divorce (Gutenberg)

2. Diffusive Sympathetic Affections[edit]

906. benevolence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. kindly
907. malevolence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. harmadj. mean
908. malediction (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. swearword, swearingv. swearint. dammit!
909. threat (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. threatv. intimidate
910. philanthropy (Gutenberg)
911. misanthropy (Gutenberg)
912. benefactor (Gutenberg)
913. evil doer (Gutenberg) (malefactor)

3. Special Sympathetic Affections[edit]

914. pity (Gutenberg)
914A. pitilessness (Gutenberg)
915. condolence (Gutenberg)

4. Retrospective Sympathetic Affections[edit]

916. gratitude (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: int. thank you!
917. ingratitude (Gutenberg)
918. forgiveness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. forgiveness
919. revenge (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. revengev. avengeadj. vengeful
920. jealousy (Gutenberg)
921. envy (Gutenberg)

Section IV. Moral Affections[edit]

1. Moral Obligations[edit]

922. right (Gutenberg)
923. wrong (Gutenberg)
924. dueness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. deserve
925. undueness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. bastardadj. illegitimate
926. duty (Gutenberg)
927. dereliction of duty (Gutenberg)
927A. exemption (Gutenberg)

2. Moral Sentiments[edit]

928. respect (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. revere
929. disrespect (Gutenberg)
930. contempt (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. contemptv. despiseadj. despicable
931. approbation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. praise, applause, approvalv. approveint. well done!
932. disapprobation (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. diatribev. criticize, blameint. tut tut!
933. flattery (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. flattery
934. detraction (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. slanderv. defameadj. defamatory
935. flatterer (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sycophant
936. detractor (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. detractor
937. vindication (Gutenberg)
938. accusation (Gutenberg)

3. Moral Conditions[edit]

939. probity (Gutenberg)
940. improbity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. villainy, mischief
941. knave (Gutenberg)
942. disinterestedness (Gutenberg)
943. selfishness (Gutenberg)
944. virtue (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. virtuous
945. vice (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. immoral
946. innocence (Gutenberg)
947. guilt (Gutenberg)
948. good man (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. hero
949. bad man (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. villain, criminal, troublemaker
950. penitence (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. remorseful
951. impenitence (Gutenberg)
952. atonement (Gutenberg)

4. Moral Practice[edit]

953. temperance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. teetotaler
954. intemperance (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. recreational drug
954A. sensualist (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. sensualist
955. asceticism (Gutenberg)
956. fasting (Gutenberg)
957. gluttony (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. glutton
958. sobriety (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. sober
959. drunkenness (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. drunkenness, drunkard, alcoholic beverageadj. drunk
960. purity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: adj. pure, virginal
961. impurity (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: v. harlotizeadj. impure, obscene
962. libertine (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. libertine, mistress, promiscuous man

5. Moral Institutions[edit]

963. legality (Gutenberg)
964. illegality (Gutenberg)
965. jurisdiction (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. police, police officer
966. tribunal (Gutenberg)
967. judge (Gutenberg)
968. lawyer (Gutenberg)
969. lawsuit (Gutenberg)
970. acquittal (Gutenberg)
971. condemnation (Gutenberg)
972. punishment (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. beating
973. reward (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. bribe
974. penalty (Gutenberg)
975. scourge (Gutenberg) [instrument of punishment] Thesaurus: n. gallows

Section V. Religious Affections[edit]

1. Superhuman Beings and Regions[edit]

976. deity (Gutenberg)
977. angel (Gutenberg)
978. satan (Gutenberg)
979. jupiter (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. god
980. demon (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. ghostadj. ghostly
981. heaven (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. afterlife
982. hell (Gutenberg)

2. Religious Doctrines[edit]

983. theology (Gutenberg)
983A. orthodoxy (Gutenberg)
984. heterodoxy (Gutenberg)
985. Judeo-Christian revelation (Gutenberg)
986. pseudo-revelation (Gutenberg)

3. Religious Sentiments[edit]

987. piety (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. religion, believer
988. impiety (Gutenberg)
989. irreligion (Gutenberg)

4. Acts Of Religion[edit]

990. worship (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. worship
991. idolatry (Gutenberg)
992. sorcery (Gutenberg)
993. spell (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. amulet
994. sorcerer (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. magician

5. Religious Institutions[edit]

995. churchdom (Gutenberg)
996. clergy (Gutenberg)
997. laity (Gutenberg)
998. rite (Gutenberg)
999. canonicals (Gutenberg)
1000. temple (Gutenberg) Thesaurus: n. temple