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Appendix:Roget's thesaurus classification

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.

Class I. Words Expressing Abstract RelationsEdit

Section I. ExistenceEdit

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. RelationEdit

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. QuantityEdit

1. Simple Quantity
25. quantity - o
26. degree - o
2. Comparative Quantity
27. equality - o
28. inequality - o
29. mean - o - WS
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. OrderEdit

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 - WS
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. NumberEdit

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. TimeEdit

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. ChangeEdit

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. CausationEdit

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 SpaceEdit

Section I. Space in GeneralEdit

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. DimensionsEdit

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. FormEdit

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. MotionEdit

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 - WS
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 MatterEdit

Section I. Matter in GeneralEdit

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

Section II. Inorganic MatterEdit

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 MatterEdit

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 FacultiesEdit

Division I. Formation of IdeasEdit

Section I. Operations of Intellect in GeneralEdit

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 OperationsEdit

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 ReasoningEdit

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 ProcessesEdit

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

Section V. Results Of ReasoningEdit

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 ThoughtEdit

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 ThoughtEdit

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

Division II. Communication of IdeasEdit

Section I. Nature of Ideas CommunicatedEdit

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 CommunicationEdit

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 IdeasEdit

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 PowersEdit

Division I. Individual VolitionEdit

Section I. Volition in GeneralEdit

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 VolitionEdit

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 ActionEdit

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. AntagonismEdit

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 ActionEdit

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 VolitionEdit

Section I. General Intersocial VolitionEdit

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 VolitionEdit

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 VolitionEdit

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 RelationsEdit

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 PowersEdit

Section I. Affections in GeneralEdit

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

Section II. Personal AffectionsEdit

1. Passive AffectionsEdit

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 AffectionsEdit

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 AffectionsEdit

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 AffectionsEdit

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

5. Extrinsic AffectionsEdit

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 AffectionsEdit

1. Social AffectionsEdit

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 AffectionsEdit

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 AffectionsEdit

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

4. Retrospective Sympathetic AffectionsEdit

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

Section IV. Moral AffectionsEdit

1. Moral ObligationsEdit

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 SentimentsEdit

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 ConditionsEdit

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 PracticeEdit

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 InstitutionsEdit

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 AffectionsEdit

1. Superhuman Beings and RegionsEdit

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

2. Religious DoctrinesEdit

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

3. Religious SentimentsEdit

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

4. Acts Of ReligionEdit

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

5. Religious InstitutionsEdit

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