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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
Class VI.
 
Class VI. Words Relating to the Sentient and Moral Powers
Section I. Affections in General
Affections.
Feeling.
Sensibility.
Insensibility.
Excitation.
Excitability.
Inexcitability.
Section II. Personal Affections
  1. Passive Affections
    Pleasure.
    Pain.
    Pleasurableness.
    Painfulness.
    Content.
    Discontent.
    Regret.
    Relief.
    Aggravation.
    Cheerfulness.
    Dejection.
    Rejoicing.
    Lamentation.
    Amusement.
    Weariness.
    Wit.
    Dullness.
    Humorist.
  2. Discriminative Affections
    Beauty.
    Ugliness.
    Ornament.
    Blemish.
    Simplicity.
    Taste.
    Vulgarity.
    Fashion.
    Ridiculousness.
    Fop.
    Affectation.
    Ridicule.
    Laughingstock.
  3. Prospective Affections
    Hope.
    Hopelessness.
    Fear.
    Courage.
    Cowardice.
    Rashness.
    Caution.
    Desire.
    Indifference.
    Dislike.
    Fastidiousness.
    Satiety.
  4. Contemplative Affections
    Wonder.
    Expectance.
    Prodigy.
  5. Extrinsic Affections
    Repute.
    Disrepute.
    Nobility.
    Commonalty.
    Title.
    Pride.
    Humility.
    Vanity.
    Modesty.
    Ostentation.
    Celebration.
    Boasting.
    Insolence.
    Servility.
    Blusterer.
Section III. Sympathetic Affections
  1. Social Affections
    Friendship.
    Enmity.
    Friend.
    Enemy.
    Sociality.
    Seclusion. Exclusion.
    Courtesy.
    Discourtesy.
    Congratulation.
    Love.
    Hate.
    Favorite.
    Resentment.
    Irascibility.
    Sullenness.
    Endearment.
    Marriage.
    Celibacy.
    Divorce. Widowhood.
  2. Diffusive Sympathetic Affections
    Benevolence.
    Malevolence.
    Malediction.
    Threat.
    Philanthropy.
    Misanthropy.
    Benefactor.
    Evildoer
  3. Special Sympathetic Affections
    Pity.
    Pitilessness.
    Condolence.
  4. Retrospective Sympathetic Affections
    Gratitude.
    Ingratitude.
    Forgiveness.
    Revenge.
    Jealousy.
    Envy.
Section IV. Moral Affections
  1. Moral Obligations
    Right.
    Wrong.
    Dueness.
    Undueness.
    Duty.
    Dereliction of Duty.
    Exemption.
  2. Moral Sentiments
    Respect.
    Disrespect.
    Contempt.
    Approbation.
    Disapprobation.
    Flattery.
    Detraction.
    Flatterer.
    Detractor.
    Vindication.
    Accusation.
  3. Moral Conditions
    Probity.
    Improbity.
    Knave.
    Disinterestedness.
    Selfishness.
    Virtue.
    Vice.
    Innocence.
    Guilt.
    Good Man.
    Bad Man.
    Penitence.
    Impenitence.
    Atonement.
  4. Moral Practice
    Temperance.
    Intemperance.
    Sensualist.
    Asceticism.
    Fasting.
    Gluttony.
    Sobriety.
    Drunkenness.
    Purity.
    Impurity.
    Libertine.
  5. Institutions
    Legality.
    Illegality.
    Jurisdiction.
    Tribunal.
    Judge.
    Lawyer.
    Lawsuit.
    Acquittal.
    Condemnation.
    Punishment.
    Reward.
    Penalty.
    Scourge.
Section V. Religious Affections
  1. Superhuman Beings and Regions
    Deity.
    Angel.
    Satan.
    Mythic and pagan deities.
    Evil Spirits.
    Specter.
    Heaven.
    Hell.
  2. Religious Doctrines
    Theology.
    Orthodoxy.
    Heterodoxy.
    Revelation.
    Sacred Writings.
  3. Religious Sentiments
    Piety.
    Impiety.
    Irreligion.
  4. Acts Of Religion
    Worship.
    Idolatry.
    Sorcery.
    Psychical Research.
    Spell.
    Sorcerer.
  5. Religious Institutions
    Churchdom.
    Clergy.
    Laity.
    Rite.
    Canonicals.
    Temple.

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