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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
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practiced skilled 698 - eye 700 - hand 700
practitioner medical - 662 doer 690
præcognita 467
prædial 342, 371
præmunire 742, 974
prænomen 564
prætor 967
pragmatic narrow 481 teaching 537 practical 646 - sanction 769
pragmatical pedantic 855 vain 880
pragmatism philosophy 451 expedience 646 use 677
prahu 273
prairie space 180 plain 344 vegetation 367 - dog 366 - schooner 272
praise thanks 916 commendation 931 worship 990
praiseworthy commendable 931 virtue 944
prance move 266 leap 309 dance 315
prank caprice 608 amusement 840 adorn 847
prate 584
prattle talk 582 chatter 584
pravity 945
prawns 298
praxis grammar 567 action 680
Praxiteles 559
pray beg 765 worship 990
prayer request 765 worship 990 house of - 1000 - of Ajax 421
prayer book 990, 998
prayer wheel 998
preach teach 537 allocution 586 predication 998 - to the winds 645 - to the wise 538
preacher teacher 540 speaker 582 priest 996
preachment 998
preadamite antique 124 veteran 130
preamble 62, 64
preapprehension 481
prebend 995
prebendary 996
precarious transient 111 uncertain 475 dangerous 665
precatory 765
precaution care 459 expedient 626 safety 664 preparation 673
precede superior 33 - in order 62 - in time 116 - in motion 280
precedence 62 rank 873 [see precede]
precedent [see precede] prototype 22 precursor 64 priority 116 habit 613 legal decision 969 follow -s 82
precentor musician 416 leader 694 priest 996
precept requirement 630 maxim 697 order 641 permit 760
preceptor 540
precession - in order 62 - in motion 280
précieuse ridicule 855
precinct region 181 place 182 environs 227 boundary 233
precious great 31 excellent 648 expending 809 valuable 814 beloved 897 - metals 800 - stone goodness 648 ornament 847
precipice vertical 212 slope 217 dangerous 667 on the verge of a - 665
precipitancy haste 684 rashness 863
precipitate early 132 sink 308 consolidate 321 refuse 653 haste 684 rash 863 - oneself 306
precipitous 217
précis 596
precise exact 494 severe 739 taste 850
precisely imitation 19 assent 488
precisian 739, 850
precisianism affectation 855 heterodoxy 984 overreligious 988
preclude 706
preclusion 55
preclusive 55
precocious early 132 immature 674 pert 885
precognition forethought 490 knowledge 510
precompose 56
preconception 481
preconcert predetermination 611 plan 626
precursal 511
precurse 511
precursor - in order 62, 64 - in time 116 (predict 511) (presage 512)
predacious 789, 791
predacity 789
predatory taking 789 thieving 791
predecessor 64
predeliberation foresight 510 predetermination 611
predella 215
predesigned 611
predestination fate 152 necessity 601 predetermination 611 Deity 976
predetermination 601, 611
predial land 342 agriculture 371 manorial 780
predicament state 7 circumstances 8 junction 43 character 75
predicate forecast 507 affirm 535 preach 998
predict 511
prediction 511
predilection bias 481 affection 820 desire 865 (love 897)
predispose motive 615 prepare 673
predisposed willing 602
predisposition tendency 176 affection 820
predominance 157 [see predominant]
predominant influence 175 directing 693 authority 737
predominate superior 33
preëminent superior 33 celebrated 873
preëmption 795
preëngage early 132
preëngagement 768
preëstablish 626
preëxamine 461
preëxist existence 1 priority 116 (past 122)
preface precedence 62 precursor 64 book 593
prefect learner 541 ruler 745 deputy 759 - of studies 542
prefecture 737
prefer choose 609 - a claim 969 - a petition 765
preference 62
preferment improvement 658 ecclesiastical - 995
prefigure prediction 511 (indication 550)
prefix 62, 64
preglacial 124
pregnable 158
pregnant producing 161 productive 168 predicting 511 - style 572 important 642 - with meaning 516
prehensile 789
prehension 789
prehistoric 124
preinstruct 537
prejudge 481
prejudicate 481
prejudice misjudge 481 evil 619 detriment 659
prejudicial 649
prelacy 995
prelate 996
prelation 609
prelect expound 531 teach 537 speech 582
prelection 537, 582
prelector 540, 582
prelibation 510
preliminaries - of peace 723 settle - 673
preliminary preceding 62 precursor 64 reception 296 (prior 116)
prelude prefix 62 precursor 64 beginning 66 music 415 (priority 116)
premature early 132 unripe 674
 

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