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THESAURUS OF ENGLISH WORDS AND PHRASES CLASS I WORDS EXPRESSING ABSTRACT RELATIONS SECTION I. EXISTENCE 1. BEING, IN THE ABSTRACT % #1. Existence.-- N. existence, being, entity, ens[Lat], esse[Lat], subsistence. reality, actuality; positiveness &c. adj.; fact, matter of fact, sober reality; truth &c. 494; actual existence. presence &c. (existence in space) 186; coexistence &c. 120. stubborn fact, hard fact; not a dream &c. 515; no joke. center of life, essence, inmost nature, inner reality, vital principle. [Science of existence], ontology. V. exist, be; have being &c. n.; subsist, live, breathe, stand, obtain, be the case; occur &c. (event) 151; have place, prevail; find oneself, pass the time, vegetate. consist in, lie in; be comprised in, be contained in, be constituted by. come into existence &c. n.; arise &c. (begin) 66; come forth &c. (appear) 446. become &c. (be converted) 144; bring into existence &c. 161. abide, continue, endure, last, remain, stay. Adj. existing &c. v.; existent, under the sun; in existence &c. n.; extant; afloat, afoot, on foot, current, prevalent; undestroyed. real, actual, positive, absolute; true &c. 494; substantial, substantive; self-existing, self-existent; essential. well-founded, well-grounded; unideal[obs3], unimagined; not potential &c. 2; authentic. Adv. actually &c. adj.; in fact, in point of fact, in reality; indeed; de facto, ipso facto. Phr. ens rationis[Lat]; ergo sum cogito: "thinkest thou existence doth depend on time?" [Lat][Byron].

#2. Inexistence.-- N. inexistence[obs3]; nonexistence, nonsubsistence; nonentity, nil; negativeness &c. adj.; nullity; nihility[obs3], nihilism; tabula rasa[Lat], blank; abeyance; absence &c. 187; no such thing &c. 4; nonbeing, nothingness, oblivion. annihilation; extinction &c. (destruction) 162; extinguishment, extirpation, Nirvana, obliteration. V. not exist &c. 1; have no existence &c. 1; be null and void; cease to exist &c. 1; pass away, perish; be extinct, become extinct &c. adj.; die out; disappear &c. 449; melt away, dissolve, leave not a rack behind; go, be no more; die &c. 360. annihilate, render null, nullify; abrogate &c. 756; destroy &c. 162; take away; remove &c. (displace) 185; obliterate, extirpate. Adj. inexistent[obs3], nonexistent &c. 1; negative, blank; missing,

omitted; absent &c. 187,; insubstantial, shadowy, spectral, visionary. unreal, potential, virtual; baseless, in nubibus[Lat]; unsubstantial &c. 4; vain. unborn, uncreated[obs3], unbegotten, unconceived, unproduced, unmade. perished, annihilated, &c. v.; extinct, exhausted, gone, lost, vanished, departed, gone with the wind; defunct &c. (dead) 360. fabulous, ideal &c. (imaginary) 515, supposititious &c. 514. Adv. negatively, virtually &c. adj. Phr. non ens[Lat]. <-- p. 1 --> % 2. BEING, IN THE CONCRETE % #3. Substantiality. -- N. substantiality, hypostasis; person, being, thing, object, article, item; something, a being, an existence; creature, body, substance, flesh and blood, stuff , substratum; matter &c. 316; corporeity[obs3], element, essential nature, groundwork, materiality, substantialness, vital part. [Totality of existences], world &c. 318; plenum. Adj. substantive, substantial; hypostatic; personal, bodily, tangible &c. (material) 316; corporeal. Adv. substantially &c. adj.; bodily, essentially.

#4. Unsubstantiality. -- N. unsubstantiality[obs3], insubstantiality; nothingness, nihility[obs3]; no degree, no part, no quantity, no thing. nothing, naught, nil, nullity, zero, cipher, no one, nobody; never a one, ne'er a one[contr]; no such thing, none in the world; nothing whatever, nothing at all, nothing on earth; not a particle &c. (smallness) 32; all talk, moonshine, stuff and nonsense; matter of no importance, matter of no consequence. thing of naught, man of straw, John Doe and Richard Roe, faggot voter; nominis umbra[Lat], nonentity; flash in the pan, vox et praeterea nihil[Lat]. shadow; phantom &c.(fallacy of vision) 443; dream &c. (imagination) 515; ignis fatuus &c. (luminary) 423[Lat]; " such stuff as dreams are made of " [Tempest]; air, thin air, vapor; bubble &c. 353; " baseless fabric of a vision " [Tempest]; mockery. hollowness, blank; void &c. (absence) 187. inanity, fool's paradise. V. vanish, evaporate, fade, dissolve, melt away; disappear &c. 449. Adj. unsubstantial; baseless, groundless; ungrounded; without foundation, having no foundation. visionary &c. (imaginary) 515; immaterial &c. 137; spectral &c. 980; dreamy; shadowy; ethereal, airy; cloud built, cloud formed; gossamery, illusory, insubstantial, unreal. vacant, vacuous; empty &c. 187; eviscerated; blank, hollow; nominal; null; inane. Phr. there's nothing in it; " an ocean of dreams without a sound" [Shelley].

% 3. FORMAL EXISTENCE Internal conditions % #5. Intrinsicality.-- N. intrinsicality[obs3], inbeing[obs3], inherence, inhesion[obs3]; subjectiveness; ego; egohood[obs3]; essence, noumenon; essentialness[obs3] &c. adj.; essential part, quintessence, incarnation, quiddity, gist, pith, marrow, core, sap, lifeblood, backbone, heart, soul; important part &c. (importance) 642. principle, nature, constitution, character, type, quality, crasis[obs3], diathesis[obs3]. habit; temper, temperament; spirit, humor, grain; disposition. endowment, capacity; capability &c. (power) 157. moods, declensions, features, aspects; peculiarities &c. (speciality) 79; idiosyncrasy, oddity; idiocrasy &c. (tendency) 176[obs3]; diagnostics. V. be in the blood, run in the blood; be born so; be intrinsic &c. adj. Adj. derived from within, subjective; intrinsic, intrinsical[obs3]; fundamental, normal; implanted, inherent, essential, natural; innate, inborn, inbred, ingrained, inwrought; coeval with birth, genetous[obs3], haematobious[obs3], syngenic[obs3]; radical, incarnate, thoroughbred, hereditary, inherited, immanent; congenital, congenite|; connate, running in the blood; ingenerate[obs3], ingenite|; indigenous; in the grain &c. n.; bred in the bone, instinctive; inward, internal &c. 221; to the manner born; virtual. characteristic &c. (special) 79, (indicative) 550; invariable, incurable, incorrigible, ineradicable, fixed. Adv. intrinsically &c. adj.; at bottom, in the main, in effect, practically, virtually, substantially, au fond; fairly. Phr. " character is higher than intellect " [Emerson]; "come give us a taste of your quality " magnos homines virtute metimur non fortuna [Lat][ Hamlet][Nepos]; non numero haec judicantur sed pondere [Lat][Cicero]; " vital spark of heavenly flame " [Pope].

% External conditions % #6. Extrinsicality.-- N. extrinsicality[obs3], objectiveness, non ego; extraneousness &c. 57; accident; appearance, phenomenon &c. 448. Adj. derived from without; objective; extrinsic, extrinsical[obs3]; extraneous &c. (foreign) 57; modal, adventitious; ascititious[obs3], adscititious[obs3]; incidental, accidental, nonessential; contingent, fortuitous. implanted, ingrafted[obs3]; inculcated, infused. outward, apparent &c. (external) 220. Adv. extrinsically &c. adj.


<-- p. 2 --> 4. MODAL EXISTENCE Absolute #7. State. -- N. state, condition, category, estate, lot, ease, trim, mood, pickle, plight, temper; aspect &c. (appearance) 448, dilemma, pass, predicament. constitution, habitude, diathesis[obs3]; frame, fabric &c. 329; stamp, set, fit, mold, mould. mode, modality, schesis[obs3]; form &c. (shape) 240. tone, tenor, turn; trim, guise, fashion, light, complexion, style, character. V. be in a state, possess a state, enjoy a state, labor under a state &c. n.; be on a footing, do, fare; come to pass. Adj. conditional, modal, formal; structural, organic. Adv. conditionally &c. adj.; as the matter stands, as things are; such being the case &c. 8. % Relative % #8. Circumstance. -- N. circumstance, situation, phase, position, posture, attitude, place, point; terms; regime; footing, standing, status. occasion, juncture, conjunctive; contingency &c. (event) 151. predicament; emergence, emergency; exigency, crisis, pinch, pass, push; occurrence; turning point. bearings, how the land lies. surroundings, context, environment 229a[TE 232]; location 184. contingency, dependence (uncertainty) 475; causation 153, attribution 155. Adj. circumstantial; given, conditional, provisional; critical; modal; contingent, incidental; adventitious &c. (extrinsic) 6; limitative[obs3]. Adv. in the circumstances, under the circumstances &c. n., the circumstances, conditions &c. 7; thus, in such wise. accordingly; that being the case, such being the case, in view of the circumstances; that being so, sith[obs3], since, seeing that. as matters stand; as things go, as times go. conditionally, provided, if, in case; if so, if so be, if it be so; depending on circumstances, in certain circumstances, under certain conditions; if it so happen, if it so turn out; in the event of; in such a contingency, in such a case, in such an event; provisionally, unless, without. according to circumstances, according to the occasion; as it may happen, as it may turn out,as it may be; as the case may be, as the wind blows; pro re nata[Lat]. Phr. " yet are my sins not those of circumstance " [Lytton]. <-- p. 3 -->


. 1. ABSOLUTE RELATION #9. Relation. -- N. relation, bearing, reference, connection, concern,. cognation ; correlation &c. 12; analogy; similarity &c. 17; affinity, homology, alliance, homogeneity, association; approximation &c. (nearness) 197; filiation &c. (consanguinity) 11[obs3]; interest; relevancy &c. 23; dependency, relationship, relative position. comparison &c. 464; ratio, proportion. link, tie, bond of union. V. be related &c. adj.; have a relation &c. n.; relate to, refer to; bear upon, regard, concern, touch, affect, have to do with; pertain to, belong to, appertain to; answer to; interest. bring into relation with, bring to bear upon; connect, associate, draw a parallel; link &c. 43. Adj. relative; correlative &c. 12; cognate; relating to &c. v.; relative to, in relation with, referable or referrible to[obs3]; belonging to &c. v.; appurtenant to, in common with. related, connected; implicated, associated, affiliated, allied to; en rapport, in touch with. approximative[obs3], approximating; proportional, proportionate, proportionable; allusive, comparable. in the same category &c. 75; like &c. 17; relevant &c. (apt) 23; applicable, equiparant[obs3]. Adv. relatively &c. adj.; pertinently &c. 23. thereof; as to, as for, as respects, as regards; about; concerning &c. v.; anent; relating to, as relates to; with relation, with reference to, with respect to,with regard to; in respect of; while speaking of, a propos of[Fr]; in connection with; by the way, by the by; whereas; for as much as, in as much as; in point of, as far as; on the part of, on the score of; quoad hoc[Lat]; pro re nata[Lat]; under the head of &c. (class) 75 of; in the matter of, in re. Phr. " thereby hangs a tale " [Taming of the Shrew]. #10. [Want, or absence of relation.] Irrelation. -- N. irrelation[obs3], dissociation; misrelation[obs3]; inapplicability; inconnection[obs3]; multifariousness; disconnection &c. (disjunction) 44; inconsequence, independence; incommensurability; irreconcilableness &c. (disagreement) 24; heterogeneity; unconformity &c. 83; irrelevancy, impertinence, nihil ad rem[Lat]; intrusion &c. 24; non-pertinence. V. have no relation to &c. 9; have no bearing upon, have no concern with &c. 9 , have no business with; not concern &c. 9; have no business there, have nothing to do with, intrude &c. 24. bring in head and shoulders, drag in head and shoulders, lug in head and shoulders. Adj. irrelative[obs3], irrespective, unrelated; arbitrary; independent, unallied; unconnected, disconnected; adrift, isolated, insular; extraneous, strange, alien, foreign, outlandish, exotic. not comparable, incommensurable, heterogeneous; unconformable &c. 83. irrelevant, inapplicable; not pertinent, not to the, purpose; impertinent, inapposite, beside the mark, a propos de bottes[Fr]; aside from the purpose,, away from the purpose,, foreign to the purpose, beside the purpose, beside the question, beside the transaction, beside the point; misplaced &c. (intrusive) 24; traveling out of the record.

remote, far-fetched, out of the way, forced, neither here nor there, quite another thing; detached, segregate; disquiparant[obs3]. multifarious; discordant &c. 24. incidental, parenthetical, obiter dicta, episodic. Adv. parenthetically &c. adj.; by the way, by the by; en passant[Fr], incidentally; irrespectively &c. adj.; without reference to, without regard to; in the abstract &c. 87; a se. #11. [Relations of kindred.] Consanguinity. -- N. consanguinity, relationship, kindred, blood; parentage &c. (paternity) 166; filiation[obs3], affiliation; lineage, agnation[obs3], connection, alliance; family connection, family tie; ties of blood; nepotism. kinsman, kinfolk; kith and kin; relation, relative; connection; sibling, sib; next of kin; uncle, aunt, nephew, niece; cousin, cousingerman[obs3]; first cousin, second cousin; cousin once removed, cousin twice &c. removed; near relation, distant relation; brother, sister, one's own flesh and blood. family, fraternity; brotherhood, sisterhood, cousinhood[obs3]. race, stock, generation; sept &c. 166; stirps, side; strain; breed, clan, tribe, nation. V. be related to &c. adj. claim relationship with &c. n. with. Adj. related, akin, consanguineous, of the blood, family, allied, collateral; cognate, agnate, connate; kindred; affiliated; fraternal. <-- p. 4 --> intimately related, nearly related, closely related, remotely related, distantly related, allied; german. #12. [Double or reciprocal relation.] Correlation. -- N. reciprocalness &c. adj[obs3].; reciprocity, reciprocation; mutuality, correlation, interdependence, interrelation, connection, link, association; interchange &c. 148; exchange, barter. reciprocator, reprocitist. V. reciprocate, alternate; interchange &c. 148; exchange; counterchange[obs3]. Adj. reciprocal, mutual, commutual[obs3], correlative, reciprocative, interrelated, closely related; alternate; interchangeable; interdependent; international; complemental, complementary. Adv. mutually, mutatis mutandis[Lat]; vice versa; each other, one another; by turns &c. 148; reciprocally &c. adj. Phr. " happy in our mutual help " [Milton]. #13. Identity. -- N. identity, sameness; coincidence, coalescence; convertibility; equality &c. 27; selfness[obs3], self, oneself; identification. monotony, tautology &c. (repetition) 104. facsimile &c. (copy) 21; homoousia: alter ego &c. (similar) 17[obs3]; ipsissima verba &c. (exactness) 494[Lat]; same; self, very , one and the same; very thing, actual thing; real McCoy; no other; one and only; in the flesh. V. be identical &c. adj.; coincide, coalesce, merge. treat as the same, render the same, identical; identify; recognize

discriminative. nay rather. contrast with. coalescing. on the contrary. indistinguishable. Adj. contrariant[obs3]. daedal[obs3]. quite the reverse . antagonism &c. one and the same. negative.. [Noncoincidence. Adj. inversion &c. homoousian[obs3]. differ. contravene. 24. 11 . Adv. not the same. one. 218. self. antagonistic. v. various. " Hyperion to a satyr"[ Hamlet].no such thing. fine distinction. converse. identically &c. incommensurable. (opposition) 708. apple off another tree. disparity &c. repugnance.N. diverse. antipodean. vice versa. incommensurate. poles apart. just the other way. 703. diversified. 81[obs3]. Adv. adj. #15 Difference. ilk. differentia. counter. 708. divaricate. . opposing. distinguishable. synthesis [Marx]. as opposite as the poles. unmatched. reverse. at cross purposes.. Thesis. mismatch.. different. coalescent. 465. much the same. contradictory. the other extreme. adj. contrast. contrasted. be contrary &c. the antithesis. selfsame. hostile &c. modified. distinction. widely apart. shade of difference. 465. varied. turn inside out. differing toto coelo[Lat]. opposite. discrimination &c. tout au contraire[Fr]. Jonson]. different thing. oppositeness. on the other hand &c. divers. differ longo intervallo[It]. identical. contradistinction. vary. conflicting. difference. differing &c. alteration. . N. (in compensation) 30. disagreement &c. V. 18. (equal) 27. the inverse. something else. nuance. n. (change) 140. Adj. all manner of. inconsistent. other. coincide. 28. dead against. differ toto coelo[Lat]. contrary. antithetical. variation. all kinds of. contrarily &c. turn end for end. -. multifarious. diller toto coelo[Lat]. contradiction. discriminate &c. horse of a different color. another pair of shoes. foil. dissimilarity &c. unaltered. contrarious[obs3]. V. as different as night and day. as opposite as light and darkness. vary. antagonize &c. the opposite. another. variance. diametrically opposite. the same &c. diametrically opposed. invert. unequal &c. opposed. this that or the other. turn upside down. modification. nice distinction. clashing. contradict. (inequality) 28. #14. antithesis.. ablude|. contrast. turn topsy-turvy. characteristic. . reverse. permutation. of a muchness[obs3]. variety. quite the contrary. contra. modify &c. variform &c. the converse. moods and tenses. be different &c.the identity of.] Contrariety. " all concord's born of contraries " [B. oppose. the reverse. turn the tables. diversity. heterogeneous. antithesis. Phr. per contra. distinguishing. dissimilar.. on all fours. as opposite as fire and water. distinctive. equivalent &c. adj. delicate distinction. contrariwise. the antipodes. subtle distinction. adj. tweedle dee and tweedle dum[Lat]. as opposite as black and white. polyglot. contrariety.

constancy. il y a fagots et fagots. chip of the old block. uniformly with &c. without exception. always. Similarity. photograph. resemblance. homogeneity. in harmony with &c. all manner of. dissimilitude. analogue. double. pun.. correspondence. ab uno disce omnes[Lat]. here there and everywhere. the like. diversity. conform to &c. 82. accord with &c. unsegmented. Arcades ambo[obs3]. homogeneousness.p. 82. of various kinds. Uniformity. unevenness. 23. 256. adj. connaturalness[obs3]. type &c.Adv.routine. unfailingly. birds of a feather. uniformness. [Absence or want of uniformity. level. homoiousia[obs3]. 5 --> % 2. gens de meme famille[Fr]. accordance.] Nonuniformity. isogamy[obs3]. alter ego. V. parallelism. image &c.of a piece[Fr]. 12 . irregularity. semblance. agreement &c.N. multiform &c. 16. consistency. unconformity &c. repetition &c.. in all manner of ways. invariable. regular. regularity. Adj. mate. striking resemblance. all sorts of. pair. close resemblance. pendant. unvaried. consistent. rough &c.N.. Phr. conformity &c. uniform. 104. par nobile fratrum[Lat]. 256. similitude. (agreeing) 23. Phr. become uniform &c. connaturality[obs3]. even. 81. agreement &c. unchanged. Adv. homogeneous. roughness &c. simile. be uniform &c. one's second self. -. CONTINUOUS RELATION % #16.N. dissimilarity. adj. parity. -. sister. connatural[obs3]. sameness &c. connaturalness[obs3]. PARTIAL RELATION % #17. speaking resemblance. counterpart. -. alliteration. smooth. all kinds of. likeness. run through. irregular. diversified varied. twin. brother. (identity) 13. parallel. uniformity &c. 81. monotonous. faithful likeness. without fail. brotherhood. et hoc genus omne[Lat]. differently &c. consonance. Adv. #16a. variously. uneven. uniformity. homogenize &c. dress. divarication. rhyme.. <-.. uniformly &c. analogy. monotony. multiformity &c. fellow companion. faithful resemblance. divergence. family likeness. assimilate. homology. 23. adj. even tenor. (representation) 554. never otherwise. Adj. (conformably) 82. adj. connaturality[obs3]. homologous. (metaphor) 521. match. 23. affinity. approximation. invariably. analogicalness[obs3]. adj. render uniform. undeviating. unvarying. 83. multifarious. by clockwork. similarity. % 3.

Phr. be unlike &c. difference &c. congener. Dissimilarity. of a piece[Fr]. parrot. be similar &c. forgery. copy &c. parallel. 21. much the same. 6 --> #18. monkey. 21. oogamy[obs3]. lifelike. vary &c. 15. unlikeness. twin. as like as two peas in a pod. mime. as like as it can stare. pirate. as like a dock as a daisy. parallel. echo. disparate. far from it. approximate. so to speak. cast in a different mold. quite another thing. adj. -. parody. offprint. (falsehood) 544. analogous. Imitation. reduplication. copying &c. resemble.. just as. copycat. such as. mimicry. veluti in speculum[Lat]. v. "very like a whale " [Hamlet]. span [U. 83. -. 13 . similar. et sic de similibus[Lat].. copyist. quasi. tel maitre tel valet[Fr]. like. V. like son. rhyme. personation. variation. mockery. connatural[obs3]. reproduction. creativeness.. (true) 494. mocking bird. representation &c. (differ) 15. unique. a chip off the old block <-. " no more like my father than I to Hercules" [Hamlet]. bear no resemblance to. imitator. near. cuckoo|. bring near. dissimilar. as if it were. divergence. render unlike &c. the very picture of. render similar &c. lampoon. simulation. semblance. in the ballpark. otherwise. plagiarism. analogical.p. diversity. 554. Adv. allied to. (class) 75 unmatched. mock. like servant. diversified &c. pseudo. sort of. counterfeit &c. instar omnium[Lat].. rhyme with. lucus a non lucendo[Lat]. reprint. divergent. no such thing. 19. nothing of the kind. close. paraphrase. impersonation.. originality. representing. something like. such like.. dissemblance[obs3]. true to life. as if. take-off. novel. true to nature.N. novelty. akin to &c. as different as Macedon and Monmouth.. for all the world like. disparity. dissimilaritude[obs3]. connaturalize[obs3]. (diversify) 140. ridiculously like. simulating. quotation. a show of. new. exact &c. cast in the same mold. #19. differ toto coelo[Lat]. 16a. the very image. original. approximate. savor of. bear resemblance. duplication. so. ape. unlike.. unprecedented &c. v. caricature &c. look like. favor. S. like father. celluloid. assimilate. pun. facsimile. match. imitate &c. Adj. tel pere tel fils[Fr].]. Phr. plagiarist. diis aliter visum[Lat]. imitation. homoiousian[obs3]. Adv. smack of. comme deux gouttes d'eau[Fr]. alike. as it were. repetition. assimilation. transcription. make alike. adj. adj. vary &c. like master.V. resembling &c. adj. faithful. approximate. as different as chalk from cheese. xerox. tertium quid[Lat]. take after.N. the fruit doesn't fall far from the tree. Adj. of a different kind &c. dissimilarity. (consanguineous) 1 1. mimeograph.

reprint. reproduce. 16a. diverge &c. 14 . swerve. second edition &c. paraphrase. alteration &c. echo. diversified &c. act &c. image. invention. Adv. inimitable &c. transcribe. conscientious. mimicking. scan. reflex. similitude. echo. follow the example of. exactly. Adj. resemblance. discrepance[obs3]. walk in the shoes of. imitable. " pursuing echoes calling 'mong the rocks " [A.N. " like . ape. reflexion[Brit]. modelled after. copy. molded on. derivation. variation. word for word. [Result of imitation. to the letter. 291. tread in the steps. extension. rare. exceptional. copy. personate. imitative. mimic. duplicate. imitation &c. servile imitation. " quotation confesses inferiority " [Emerson]. counterpart. facsimile. untranslated. alternate. (drama) 599. creation. follow suit. Nonimitation. modified. model after. secondhand. model. fair copy. fake &c. (representation) 554. follow suit. originality. expansion. form. follow in the wake of. Adj. match. v. new printing. precisely. -. photo.. travestie[obs3]. strike in with. 279. uncopied[obs3]. take pattern by.(deception) 545. catch. plagiarism. mock. verbatim. take a leaf out of another's book. representation. lifelike &c. Variation. v. Adj. paraphrastic. impersonate. counterfeit. modification. faithful. 554. lampoon. parody. shadow. rechauffe[Fr]. transcription.. literatim[Lat]. parody. -. effigy. recording. -. 291[obs3]. creativeness. " genius borrows nobly " [Emerson]. reflection. (repetition) 104. 19. ectype[obs3]. unparalleled. xerox.] Copy. adumbration. creative. parallel. semblance. electrotype. apish. vary &c. literal. unexampled. sic. original. deviate &c. aberration. Adj. mot a mot[Fr]. reflect. imitated &c. Phr. portrait &c.N. mirror. picture. take off. servile copy. Coles]. literally. take after. reproduction.N. simulate. do like. transcript[copy into a non-visual form]. burlesque. repeat. inventive. travesty. unmatched. aping. caricature. represent &c. tracing. (change) 140. revision. likeness. follow in the footsteps of. photo offset. moods and tenses. sui generis uncommon[Lat]. #21. (change) 140. cast. divergency &c. emulate. modification. discrepancy. (similar) 17. effigies. 279. burlesque. no imitation. counterfeit.V. deviation &c. mimic. "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery". imitate. master like man. #20. [copy with some differences] derivative. apograph[obs3]. totidem verbis[Lat]. unique. pasticcio[obs3]. reecho. 13. study. innovation. unimitated[obs3]. varied &c. chip off the old block. travesty. follow in the steps of.but oh! how different! " [Wordsworth]. V. caricature. #20a. close.

. apt. original. (assent) 488. 82. a precedent embalms a principle [Disraeli]. -. matrix. directly on point. 7 --> % 4. harmonious reconcilable. suit. suitable. in accord. proplasm[obs3]. in unison with. punch. become one. compatible. be accordant &c. fugleman[obs3]. to the point. equal) 27. seal. bearing upon. right man in the right place. negative. plasm[obs3]. <-. a propos[Fr]. suit. graduation. intaglio. chime in with. do. graduate. adj. case in point. ideal. mutual understanding. set an example. Agreement. V. fit to a T. V. consonant. consistency. conformity &c. mold.p. pattern.. type. adaption[obs3]. scantling. conformance. last. stamp. very thing. applicable. Phr. in point. square with. v. suiting &c. mint. assimilation. coaptation[obs3]. applicability. agreement.. conformable. adj. tally. uniformity &c. to the purpose. quite the thing. correspondence. exempla sunt odiosa[Lat]. adapt. 16. concordant. 17. idoneous[obs3]. consonance. correspond. (relation) 9. pertinent. match &c. happy. consent &c. compatibility. be an example. in loco. archetype. (assent) 488. appropriate. meet. accord. admissibility. admissible. GENERAL RELATION % #23. becoming. deft. fit adapted. consentaneous[obs3]. adjust &c. agreeing. regulate. dovetail. render accordant &c. concert. accommodation. protoplast. relevancy. in harmony with. fadge[obs3]. of a piece[Fr]. imitative. sortable. accommodate. copy. commensurability. dovetail. readjust. fit like a glove. standard. keeping. (render. on point. 709. text. die. (expedient) 646. example. meet &c. precedent. parallelism.unoriginal. relevant. aptness &c. of one mind.N. harmony. cooperation &c. consistent. pat. ad rem[Lat]. dress. prototype. harmonize. n. fall in with. reference. proportionate. derivative. apposite. quadrate with. model. accordant. befit. just the thing.. 714. sortance|. square. be a role model. unison. concordance. reconcile.N. comport with. adj. propriety. aptitude.. Adj. paradigm. consort with. harmonize. 178. congruous. accord. germane. on all fours. seasonable. design.. coherent. homologate[obs3]. congruence. antitype[obs3].. -. fit. understanding. [Thing copied. accord. reconcilement. at one with. congenial. protoplasm. fitness. &c. concurrence &c. felicitous. exemplar. in keeping with. ensample[obs3]. reconciliation. assimilate. in accordance with. set a copy. #22. fit. cognation &c. 15 . adjustment. apposition. consent &c. congeniality. keynote. module. pertinence. congruity. lay-figure. concord &c. adapt itself to. agree. consentaneousness[obs3]. pertinencey[obs3]. correspondent. fit to a tittle. respond.] Prototype. commensurate. accordance. union.

(irrelation) 10[obs3]. amplitude. inapplicability &c. -. unsuitable. misjoining[obs3]. unsympathetic. misclassified. mass. hostile. incommensurable. unbecoming. at variance. out of proportion.. inadmissible. unconformity &c. adj. discordant. adj. incongruence[obs3]. discongruity[obs3]. adj. repugnance. adj. discrepancy. interference. out of its element.] category. out of character. magnitude. intrusive. unconformable. V. bickering. magnitude. incompatible. 713. conflict &c. repugnant to. substance. % SECTION spite of.. unseasonable. 8 --> #24. syncretism[obs3]. interfere. auxilia humilia firma consensus facit [Lat][Syrus]. irrelevancy &c. come amiss. out of season. [Absolute quantity. inappropriate.] Quantity. in defiance. unconsonant[obs3]. Adv. irreducible. -. v. ill-sorted. SIMPLE QUANTITY % #25. quantum. out of keeping. if the shoe fits. discord. (discord) 713. asinus ad lyram[Lat]. inconcinnity[obs3]. mathesis[obs3]. discordance. at variance with. <-. general conception. dissidence. mal a propos[Fr]. misunderstanding. Adv. in one's proper element. intrusion. out of place. wrangle.. mismatch. jarring &c. (dimensions) 192. discordantly &c. dissension &c. inapt. (irrelevant) 10. unfitting. Phr. universal predicament. Phr. at odds with. in contempt. incongruous. inharmonious. repugnant. divergent. unaccommodating. the cap fits. (opposition) 708. incongruity. Disagreement.. clashing. out of joint. force. impropriety. disproportionate. disproportionated[obs3].. divergence. mesalliance. dissimilitude. at war. not to the point. disagreement. measure. QUANTITY 1. inconsistency. Adj. inequality. inconsistent with.p. pertinently &c. home. intrude. disagree. variance. disproportionateness &c. disagreeing &c. mismatched. rem acu tetigisti[Lat][obs3]. v. inapplicable. inaptitude. inapposite &c. a tort et a travers[obs3]. 83.N. 83. discrepant. unfitness &c. dissonance. fish out of water. antagonistic.N. [Science of quantity. ill-assorted. discers concordia [Lat][Ovid]. disparity.] mathematics. clash. wear it. misplaced. a propos of[Fr]. unapt. strength. unfit. inconsonant.. 10. unharmonious[obs3]. misjoined[obs3]. not concern &c. misjoinder[obs3]. irreconcilable. adj[obs3]. amount. illtimed. [Logic. unsuited. size &c. disproportion. mismatch. jar &c. exceptional &c. humano capiti cervicem jungere equinam[Lat]. quantity. improper. out of tune. uncommensurable[obs3]. unbefitting. sum. concordia discors[Lat]. 16 .

fellow. even. draw. six of one and half a dozen of the other. stock. tweedle dee and tweedle dum[Lat]. adj. quits. neither more nor less. poise. a little at a time. measure. compass. shading off. shade. some. -. resolvable into. drawn game. on a footing with. rank. balance. readjustment. precisely. bit by bit. [Sameness of quantity or degree. fix. by degrees. on a par with. brother. equal. Adj. drawn. quantify. measure. synonymous &c. keep pace with. peer. exactly. equibalanced[obs3]. drawn battle. amplitude. balance. standing. adjust. poise. equivalent. neck and neck race. equalization.] Degree. capful. way. equalized &c. handful. come up to. Adj. equiponderous[obs3]. by inches. gradation. handicap. rate. mate. amount to. in some measure. tie. up to the mark. height. similarity &c. fully. match. reach. homologous. drop by drop. run abreast. gradual. more or less. equalize level. all the same. COMPARATIVE QUANTITY % #27. pitch. dress. the sum of. compeer.. estimate. a few. strike a balance. standoff. any. be on a level with. restore equality. symmetry. 13. yaffle[obs3]. mark. fit. coextension[obs3].. evenness. coequal. tenor. standard. equiponderance[obs3]. equipollent. little by little. come to. determine. within the bounds &c. co*ordination. adjustment. parity. equipollence[obs3]. much at one. degree. V. come to the same thing. as good as. a full. readjust. to some extent. equality. by little and little. match. all one. inch by inch. equivalence. station. accommodate. batch.. equiponderant[obs3]. (limit) 233. in some degree. extent. establish equality. equate. equilibration. % 2. Adv. enumerate. dose. on a level with. give points. monotony. symmetrical. spot points. adapt &c. [Relative quantity.. adj. -. quantitate. strength &c. equation. pro tanto[It]. Adj.[Definite or finite quantity. much the same as.N. 522. par. point. render equal &c. intensity. sphere. equal. trim. inasmuch. grade. the same thing as. quantitative.] Equality. scope. half and 17 . amount. mouthful.] armful. restore equilibrium. tantamount. by slow degrees. equipoise. range.reach. comparative. dead heat. identity &c. be equal &c. handicap. #26. step by step. di grado in grado[Lat]. however. equiparant[obs3]. lie on a level with. level. (greatness) 31. convertible. 17. equivalent. stint. (term) 71. ratio. v. all of. equal. V. distinction without a difference. by degrees. monotonous. a wash. indistinguishable. balance. (render accordant) 23. gradually. lot. coordinate. howsoever. to the tune of. caliber. level.N. spoonful. as broad as long. aught. stage &c. cope with. Adv. stretch on the bed of Procrustes. sort. not a pin to choose. equilibrium. quits.

inequation[obs3]. overmatch &c. balance. mediocre. commonplace &c. 34. isobathic[Oceanography]. 34. skewed. compensating. medium tenuere beati[Lat]. medium. hush money. compensatory. countervail. give the advantage. inferiority &c. disparate. strike a balance. 68. pair off. set-off. mean. Compensation. Adv. equivalent. robbing Peter to pay Paul.quo. in round numbers. countervail. equation. however. countervailing &c.topple over. 9 --> #29. v. middle &c. counterclaim. reaction. make up for. counterpoise. casting weight. none the less. isochronous isoperimetric[obs3]. compensation. top-heavy. casting-weight. make compensation. communibus annis[Lat]. unequal. notwithstanding. taking one with another. bribe. 18 . isobath[Oceanography]. outbalance[obs3]. average. counterpoise. turn the scale. mean. Adj. Phr. middle course. Adj. nathless[obs3]. partiality. compensate. 179. reduce to a mean &c. 33.N. neutralize. still. generality. middle-class. makeweight. inequality. unevenness. 15. partial. middle &c. ballast. mode. counteract. kick the beam.. adj. Phr. indemnification. equalize &c. give and take.. retaliation &c. mediocrity. on an average.N. indemnify. compromise &c. -. make good. ad eundum[Lat]. nullification. -. counterbalance. Adv.. (atonement) 952. 718 equalization &c. isoperimetrical[obs3].half. (atone) 952. pari passu[Lat]. isochronal. counterbalance. in consideration.p. fill up. [Difference of quantity or degree. cross-debt. golden mean &c. cover. caeteris paribus[Lat]. compromise &c. in return. n. inclination of the balance. in the opposite scale. measure for measure. n. it amounts to the same thing. #28. compense[obs3]. 33. to all intents and purposes. #30. lee way. not come up to &c. weight. make-weight. taking it for all in all.N. taking all things together. neutrality. nullify. intermediate. equally &c. disquiparant[obs3]. yet. V. lopsided. median. redeem &c. least common denominator. V. biased. unbalanced. difference &c. 774 neutralization. odds. 68. in the long run. what is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. quid pro. <-. Mean. equivalent &c. shortcoming. (mid-course) 628. cross-demand. indemnity. commutation. 774. haud passibus aequis [Latin][Vergil]. uneven. superiority &c. in equilibrio[Lat]. Adv. overbalanced. average. nevertheless. square. neutral. bias. amends &c. overbalance. adj. middle state. disparity. hedge. split the difference. take the average &c. Adj. although. balance. 27. topple. (unimportant) 643. Adv. -. it comes to the same thing. mediocrity. (equal) 27. imparity. have the advantage.. V. 27.] Inequality. but. set off. counteraction &c. be unequal &c.. offset.

a deal. well. red-hot. high. pointed. indeed. fullness. volume. plenary. after all is said and done. (truth) 494[in a positive degree]. (number) 102. heap &c. cargo. 870. prodigious. (supreme) 33. far-famed. arrant. % QUANTITY BY COMPARISON WITH A STANDARD % #31. (dimensions) 192. 105. spring tide. gross.N. richly. goodly. V. run high. (infinite) 105. precious. far and wide. enormity. stark staring. (store) 636. [in a complete degree] entirely &c. important &c. primo avulso non deficit alter [Lat][obs3][Vergil]. mount. quantity. be great &c.. at all events. marvelous &c. indescribable. however that may be. shipload. greater &c. much. extreme. preposterous. cyclopean. downright. (sufficiently) 639. unreduced[obs3]. be that as it may. majestic &c. renowned. heavy. heavy. adj. unequivocally. might. power. marked. grand. fabulous. unrestricted. great. flood. to a large extent. quand meme[Fr]. sound. deal. profound. enormous. for the most part. very. howbeit. flagrant. quoad minus[Lat]. monstrous. in all conscience. strength. principal part. (enough) 639 full. widely. above par. greater part. mass &c. essential. immense.. absolutely. transcend. unconscionable. load. multitude &c. even so. unequivocal. thumping. saepe creat molles aspera spina rosas [Lat][Ovid]. adj. crass. mauger[obs3].. importance &c. august. grave. stupendous. enough. fundamentally. of mark. complete &c. incredible. finished. uninitiated. big.. passing. infinity &c. -. every dark cloud has a silver lining. (repute) 873. beyond expression. (expand) 194. abundant &c. major part. serious. peck. (increase) 35. 102. consummate. widespread. extravagant. Herculean. roaring. at any rate. wholesale. 642. undiminished. best part. unutterable. 33. truly &c. greatness &c. large. extensive. stock &c. Adv. (completely) 52. magnitude. decidedly. exorbitant. Greatness. (sufficiency) 639. essential part . (assemblage) 72. noble. enlarge &c. noteworthy. seriously. cartload[obs3]. stark. considerable. know no bounds. taking one thing with another &c. at the same time. huge &c. towering. thoroughgoing. inordinate. great quantity. strong. sad. signal. intense. glaring. intensity. pretty well. abundance &c. decided. (large in size) 192. 52. vast. far gone. positive. (whole) 50. unabated. arch. world-wide. size &c. extraordinary. bushel. rise to a great height. sight. adj. Phr. deep. most. overgrown. (average) 29. tower. ascend. main part. unapproachable. fair. at its height. many &c. swinging. albeit. essentially. ineffable. outrageous. hand. carry to a great height. abundantly &c. unspeakable. thorough-paced. in a great measure. sublime. immensity. perfect. for all that. unsurpassed &c. pot. mass.though. soar. veriest. remarkable. ample. no end of. Adj. dignified. absolute. 642. astonishing. utter. muckle[obs3]. [in a great or high degree] greatly &c. not a little. mighty. pretty. chief part. world. wagonload. intense. 19 . in the zenith. bulk. radically. desperate. very much. purely. uttermost. excessive. inexpressible. in the main. downright. " light is mingled with the gloom " [Whittier]. on the other. rank. unlimited &c.

curiously. -. grossly. with a witness. severely. shiver. granule. marvelously. inch. chip. (violence) 173. mainly. jot. minimum. egregiously.p. clipping. thimbleful.. terribly. <gr/kat exochin/>[Grl]. beyond all bounds. hair. cruelly. snippet. sop. amazingly. flitter. (unconformity) 83. insignificance (unimportance) 643. " mightiest powers by deepest calms are fed " [B. inordinately. pointedly. sorely. speck. animalcule &c. nutshell. the shadow of a shade. so. strikingly. incalculably. mite. a limited degree should be broken out to a section near to qualification 469 --> #32. singularly. emphatically. enormously. astonishingly. smack. bit. extravagantly. spice. minimum decet libere cui multum licet [Lat][Seneca]. tremendously.N. superlatively &c. exceedingly. hardly anything. driblet. morsel. <-. adj. devilishly. exorbitantly. monstrously. chiefly. in the extreme. chipping. splinter. handful. particle. spark. shred. screed. paring. drop in the ocean. tincture. look. powerfully. scruple. minim. fragment. peculiarly. details. deucedly. some achieve greatness. intensely. fraction &c. mediocrity. [in a supreme degree] preeminently. infinitely. ultra[Lat]. gobbet[obs3]. beyond compare. famously. notably. sup. confoundedly. dight[obs3]. immeasurably. shaving. hint. grievously. sliver. Phr. " some are born great. minutiae. gleam. point. slip. molecule. smallness &c. (small size) 193. patch. glaringly. a outrance[obs3]. remarkably. snatch. soupcon. capful. dab. next to nothing. modicum. fewness &c (small number) 103. [in an exceptional degree] peculiarly &c. much. atom. scintilla. morceau[obs3]. preposterously. miserably. beyond measure. strangely. incredibly. ace. shade. snip. [in a too great degree] immoderately. littleness &c. frightfully. tenuity. (unimportant thing) 643. extremely. [in a marked degree] particularly. stupendously. " greatness knows itself" [Henry IV]. mouthful. tag. trifle &c. excessively. unusually. indefinitely. small quantity. sadly. never so. a great extent. scrag[obs3]. seed. cast. snack. piteously. horribly. Cornwall]. awfully. droplet. lamentably. mere nothing. scantling. with a vengeance. snick[obs3]. tinge. grain. and some have greatness thrust upon them " [Twelfth Night]. dash. desperately. to a gigantic extent. fearfully. trace. bitterly. cantlet[obs3]. ever so dole. just enough to swear by. tittle. whit. globule. drop. 10 --> <-. dot. (superiority) 33. spoonful. iota. ever so. uncommonly. 193. beyond comparison. by wholesale. [in a violent degree] furiously &c. rag. prominently. shive[obs3]. exquisitely. meanness. dreadfully. acutely. moderation. (part) 51. a toute outrance[Fr][obs3]. paucity. [in a painful degree] painfully. out of all proportion. with a vengeance. scrap. vanishing point. shadow. a maximis ad minima[Lat]. sip. tatter. surprisingly. wonderfully. signally. idea. crumb. mote. on a large scale. shockingly. corpuscle. thought. fritter. material point. woefully. mighty. 20 . Smallness.

near run. primus inter pares[Lat]. miserably. lion's share. (rank) 875. transcendence. merely. atomic. not a whit. paltry &c. wretchedly. below the mark. Triton among the minnows. evanescent. tolerable. in ever so small a degree. be little more or less. to a certain extent. ever so little. personal superiority. moderate. outrank. petty. small. pro tanto[It]. <gr/trikumia/>[obs3]. very small.]. sheer. scanty. greatness &c. record. halfway. in some measure. no ways[in no degree]. not at all. as little as may be. slightly &c. almost. preeminence. be superior &c. be small &c. homeopathic. ungifted. preponderation. V. not a bit of it. mere. not a shadow. nearly. simple.. not in the least. on no account. advantage. so to speak. only just. at no hand. no more than. maximum. (summit) 210. slender. few &c. slight. below par. [Supremacy. at a low ebb. outrival. pull. stark. at least. bare. faintly &c. nearly. excel. moments make the year " [Young]. surpass. comparatively. [in a certain or limited degree] partially. 103. Adj. in a certain degree. close upon. in a manner. excess. outweigh. peu s'en faut[Fr]. purely. by no manner of means. well-nigh. majority. at the least. 31. not quite. about[in an uncertain degree]. modest. thereabouts. pretty well. say. tender. climax. (decrease) 36. (weak) 160. to a certain degree. be the same. within an inch of. meager &c. tant soit peu[Fr]. outdo. Adv. insufficiently &c. after a fashion. infinitesimal. unintelligent. diminish &c. in no respect. passably. (remainder) 40. pass. " small sands the mountain. vantage ground. (contract) 195. scant. superiority. by no means. low. (small in size) 193. transcend. 11 --> % QUANTITY BY COMPARISON WITH A SIMILAR OBJECT % #33. within an ace of. preponderance. somewhat. inconsiderable. dare pondus idonea fumo [Lat][Persius]. Benjamin's mess. lie in a nutshell. 640. on a small scale. Superiority. nobility &c. some. in part. magno conatu magnas nugas [Lat][Terence]. under par. 160. limited.. no wise. finite quantity. dull. somewhere about. inappreciable. at most. (redundancy) 641. fine. subatomic. out-Herod. well enough. (unimportant) 643. adj. outbalance[obs3]. surplus &c. rather in some degree. a little bit. supremacy. middling. adj.finiteness. ne plus ultra[Lat]. crackajack * [obs3][U. shallow. on the brink of. no great shakes. nulli secundus[Lat]. corpuscular. short of. stolid. captain. V. not a jot. scarcely. thus far. light. exceed. only. molecular. to a small extent[in a small degree]. a wee bit. near upon. microscopic. within bounds. simply. (insufficient) 640. diminutive &c. 21 . not a bit. imperceptibly. at the most. partiality. subtle. near the mark. minute. imperfectly. S.p. sparing. prevalence. all but. no way. adj. in no wise. lead. <-.] -. something. hardly.. faint &c. Phr.N. culmination &c. barely. so-so. little.

not pass. unapproached[obs3]. outstrip &c. superlative. exceeding &c. <gr/kat exochin/gr>[Grl]. (imperfect) 651. a fortiori. higher. matchless. o'ertop. break the record. (decreased) 36. reduced &c. superlatively. unimportant &c. at its height. par excellence. crowning. preponderate. at the top of the scale.. take precedence. take the shine out of. weighed in the balance and found wanting. above par. enlarged &c. ultra[Lat]. supreme. incomparable. small &c. 303. cut out. become larger. over the mark. (excellent) 648. kick the beam. preeminently. (contracted) 195. yea. (importance) 642. more catholic than the Pope increased &c. come short of. 643. supremely. S. 876. (expand) 194.. Adj. second to none. the most. under. fall short of. minus. can't hold a candle to. have the whip hand of. (added to) 35. especially. 32. still more. top. vaulting. 12 --> #34. at a low ebb. override. particularly. play first fiddle &c. eclipse. outshine. lesser. deos fortioribus addesse [Lat][Tacitus]. foremost. short of. distinguished. come to a head. inferior. be upstaged. take a back seat. Phr. transcendent. thrown into the shade. render smaller &c. overbalance. least. more than a match for. beyond compare. of all things. have the advantage. 31. minimum. throw into the shade. all others. even. transcendental. sovereign. beyond. 193). cap. peculiarly. (contract) 195. prevail. precede. sub. over. inferiority. lowest. surpassing. culminate. without parallel. lower worth. deficiency. less. Inferiority. lower quality. (see little. not come up to. minor. superior. hide its diminished head. adj. smallness &c. be inferior &c. retire into the shade. become smaller. beyond comparison. take the cake * [U. unsurpassed. deficient. (important) 642. royaliste que le Roi[Fr]. utmost. overweigh. prominently. (increase) 35. predominate. want. nulli secundus[Lat]. unparagoned[obs3]. culminating &c. overpass. play second fiddle. unrivaled peerless. inimitable facile princeps[Lat]. small &c. put one's nose out of joint. greater. smaller. greatest. minority. ne plus ultra[Lat]. subordinacy. beat hollow. V. have the upper hand. shortcoming. paramount. above the mark. (decrease) 36. above all.. 22 . " I shall not look upon his like again " [Hamlet]. under the mark. render larger &c.below par. Adj. come first. (topmost) 210. below the mark. over-top. to crown all. sans pareil[Fr]. none such. subordinate. major. v. beat &c. less. upwards of. principally. secondrate &c. at the bottom of the scale. <-. [in a superior or supreme degree] eminently. yield the palm. Adv. over and above. not fit to hold a candle to. smallest &c. secondary.get ahead of. imperfection. turn the scale. subaltern. lower. [personal inferiority] commonalty &c. preeminent. diminished &c.great &c.N. unequalled. first-rate &c. in advance of. bear the palm. Adv. (expanded) 194.]. egregiously. 32. unparalleled. at a disadvantage. beat. more.p. overmatch.

rise. spread &c. 38. 43. aggravate. waste. CONJUNCTIVE QUANTITY #37. ebb. add to. grow. augment. attenuate. melt away. wane. get ahead. adjection[obs3]. dequantitate|. increase. descent &c. -. " a gilded halo hovering round decay " [Byron]. subside. unincreased &c. superposition. diminish. n. Decrease. 88. mitigation &c. dilate &c. run up. increase &c. fritter away. 35. accession &c. augmentation. produce. Phr.N. (contraction. addition. accretion. (add) 37[obs3]. (shortening) 201. ascend &c. deepen. throw into the shade. annex. V. shrinking &c. decay. (expansion) 194. extenuate. increment. 228. exaggeration exacerbation. decrease. ebb. decreasing &c. extension. junction &c. insertion &c. 195.N. discount. additional &c. accompaniment &c. v. bate. crumble. increment. decline. die away. subtract &c. 13 --> 3. deterioration &c. reduce &c. (see increase &c. retire into the shade. languish. Nonincrease. decline. <-. redouble. v. oleum addere camino[Lat]. decreased &c. depreciate. 306. abate. reflux. tail off. coarctation|. enlarge. development. subtraction &c. crescendo. shoot up. wear. ascent &c. 194. abridgment &c. ebbing. subsidence. increased &c. (expand) 194. run low. descend &c. ingraft[obs3]. Increase. on the wane &c. extenuation. diminution. clap on. lessen. reinforcement. decrement. fall away. annexation. v. lessening &c. aggravation. lower. 305. supplement. undiminished. " fine by degrees and beautifully less " [Prior]. (dispersion) 73. magnify. append. wax. (added) 37. wane. enhance. fall to a low ebb. raise. aggrandizement. 23 . advance. increase. add. exalt. growth. depreciation. Phr. tag. weaken. (shorten) 201. superpose. #36. V. sprout &c. 659. shrink &c. (disperse) 73. drop off. Adv. interposition &c. 300. v. intensify. dilatation &c. reduction. anticlimax. superadd[obs3]. saddle on. rise. superadd &c. product. 306. heighten. subjoin. decrease.. (moderate) 174. superjunction[obs3]. Adj. strengthen. V. fall off. -. accession. exaggerate. spread &c. profit.) 195. exacerbate. (contract) 195. flood tide. sprinkle. gain strength. 37.p. vires acquirit eundo [Lat][Vergil]. enlargement. declension.. (moderation) 174. 305.. superfetation. Adj.. dwarf.N. hide its diminished head. add fuel to the flame. mitigate &c. gain.35)[obs3]. tack to. aggrandize. affix. 201. 38. superaddition. shorten &c. Addition. saddle with.. exasperate. -. abatement.% CHANGES IN QUANTITY % #35. abridge &c. on the increase.

subtrahend. subduction|!. castrate. advene[obs3]. Phr. and. . with. addition. 35. supervene. Adv. rider. sublation[obs3]. embroidery. minus. take away. pare. reinforcement.N. retrench. file.N. v. (shorten) 201. &c. trappings. 201. abstraction &c. deduce. and eke. withdraw. 37. adjunct. ascititious[obs3]. 37. extra. into the bargain. adde parvum parvo magnus acervus erit[Lat]. candle ends. accompaniment &c. affix. abscind[obs3]. n. suffix &c. moreover. heeltap[obs3]. too. amputation. take from.N. abrade. plus. annex. refuse &c. short of. (taking) 789. garnish. detract. orts[obs3]. else. item. alated[obs3]. in deduction &c. abscission.introduce &c. adjectitious[obs3]. (take) 789. cum multis aliis[Lat]. augment &c. residuum. (sequel) 65. accrue. in addition. detruncate[obs3]. Adj. Adv. become added. to boot. adscititious[obs3]. not counting. coupled with. [Thing added] Adjunct. additional &c. lappet. less. subtractive. leavings. odds and ends. appelidage[obs3]. supernumerary. v. cheesepairings[obs3].. barring. reenforce. further. 300. deprive of &c. and also. au reste[Fr]. deduction. with a reservation. supplement. winged. restrengthen[obs3]. et cetera. weaken. let alone. 36. together with. v. additive. extra. curtail &c. item. subjunctive. suppletory[obs3]. Adv. swell the ranks of. in addition &c. (interpose) 228. mutilation. skirt. inclusive. additament[obs3]. curtailment &c. [Thing remaining. #38. abrasion. dregs &c.] Remainder. furthermore. remnant. exclusive of. episode. accessory. Adj. tail. relic. #39. piece[Fr]. in conjunction with. #40. if one doesn't count. 36. cut out. additional. 24 . 43. reinforce. withal. subtraction. garble. augmentation. deduct. excepting. rest. garbling. also. except. (useless) 645. &c. offshoot. withdrawal. V. annexe[obs3]. supplementary. insert &c. cut away. cortege. save and except. thin. subtracted &c. adjective. sauce. besides. alate[obs3]. as well as. decimate. detruncation[obs3].. -. amputate. increment. augment. residue. except for. cut off. along with. remanent. with the exception of.. corollary. Adj. added &c. side issue. retrenchment. minuend. flap. Subtraction.. supplemental. jointly &c. recision. without. removal. subduct. and so on.. scrape. bate. not to mention. -. remainder. additum[Lat]. excision. excise. mutilate. over and above. subtract. likewise. save. (dirt) 653. addendum. decrease &c. Nonaddition. and so forth. accessory. remains. complement. more. ablation. prune. geld. remove. wing. including. 88. continuation. eliminate. conjointly. diminish &c.

attemper[obs3]. chowchow[obs3]. infiltration. ladino[obs3]. infuse. mosaic &c.remaining. [Thing deducted. surplusage[obs3]. sauce. exceed. cafuzo[obs3]. caldron texture. defect. commix. besprinkle. waste. superfluous &c. amalgam. ruins. dash. outstanding. octoroon.quadroon. decrement. 14 --> #41. potpourri. V. skeleton. eduction[obs3]. pewter. stump. infusion. mix.stubble. instill. interpolation &c.]. survival. sophistication. 782. smack. afterglow. interweave &c. miscegenate[obs3]. alloyage[obs3]. salad. touch. cross. sedimentary.. (interpolate) 228.. excess. medley. quarteron[obs3]. hotchpot[obs3]. <-. intertwine. interlarding. imbue. spice. commingle. survivance[obs3].N. educt[obs3]. ambigu|. mash. intermixture. complement. intermix. immix[obs3]. associate with. all sorts.] Decrement. matrimony. #40a. junction &c. olio.(redundancy) 641. jumble &c. overplus[obs3]. patchwork. be left &c. residuary. commixture.N. cast off &c. Noah's ark. gallimaufry. be mixed &c. 48.. olla-podrida[obs3]. loss. net. (derange) 61. shuffle &c. pound together. alluvium. surplus.. 228 adulteration. stir up. season. miscegenation. tincture. over. mestizo. blend. quinteron &c. admixture. mulatto. join &c. terceron[obs3]. magma. sprinkling. fag-end. survive. infusion. omnium gatherum[Lat]. bemingle[obs3]. melange. knead. griffe. [Compound resulting from mixture] alloy. mingled yarn. combination &c. adj. mix up with. 25 . outlying. over and above. commixion[obs3]. half-and-half. remain. marabou. seasoning. compound. zambo[obs3]. interlard &c. (redundant) 641. balance. left behind left over. 43. be entangled with. Eurasian. sophisticate. alloy. transfuse. mixture. brass. tertium quid[Lat]. 219. pasticcio[obs3]. surviving. catalo[obs3]. tinge. V. medicate. soupcon. get among. sprinkle. (variegation) 440. superplus[obs3]. exceeding. -. result. brew. deduction. amalgamate. transfusion. 43. half-caste. discount. dash. S. superfluity &c.[obs3]. mingle. sacatra zebrule[obs3][U. sprinkling. quintroon. salmagundi. cross. fustee[obs3]. Adj. mestee[obs3]. unconsumed. [Forming a whole without coherence. odd. diffusion suffusion.] Mixture. suffuse. infiltrate. seasoning. hybrid. adulterate. intermingle. mess. residual.p. wreck. leave. -. half-blood.. hash up. odds and ends. combine &c. impregnate with. miscellany. fustie[obs3]. tincture. commixtion[obs3]. infect. (disorder) 59. griffo[obs3]. impregnation. mongrel. [Thing mixed] tinge. left. 48.

sew. rivet. meeting.N. bandage. alligation[obs3]. simple &c. stitch. articulation. clap together. unadulterated. reembody[obs3]. hang together. twist. swathe. marriage &c. unite. entangle. harness. intwine[obs3]. homogeneity. elementary. exclusive. v. lock. enchase[obs3].) 903. in the midst of. string. knit. ligation. tat. communication. (disjoin) 44. disentangle &c. wedge. bind up together together. Adj. composite. purify &c. incomplex[obs3]. chowchow. conjoin. 45. 72. mixed &c. bind. of a piece[Fr]. entwine. chain. hold together. uncombined. fetter &c. purity. screw.. clinch. interlace. sift. bolt. unalloyed. ingraft[obs3]. promiscuous. weld together. joint. miter mortise. hold together. adj. &c. #42. embody. concatenation. sheer. joining. braze. moor. undecomposed. tack. tightness. amid. accouple[obs3]. link. make fast &c. jam. copulation. v. seam. suture. intertwine. closeness. infibulation[obs3]. join. twine round. connect. -. sexual intercourse. free from. unsophisticated. lay together. among. (restrain) 751. reunion. span. button. #43. Adv. trice up. juncture. bolt. pinion. simple. heterogeneous. implex[obs3].. truss. symphysis[Anat]. pivot.] Simpleness. inosculate[obs3]. picket. homogeneous. leash. vincture[obs3]. affix. yoke. (wedlock. (clean) 652. adj. (cleanness) 652. -. intertwist[obs3]. associate. hybrid. cohere &c. splice. eliminate. v. bracket. commissure[obs3]. strap. belay. annexion[obs3]. put together. joinder[Law]. Junction. mortise. anastomosis. nail. hinge. interweave. confluence. graft. be joined &c. lump together.. combination &c. fuse together. bridge over. stitch. assemblage &c. adj. coherence &c. brace. clasp. piece together[Fr]. braid. roll into one. V.. couple. attach. neat. render simple &c. mongrel. (wed) 903. solder. secure. uniform. gusset.Adj. interlink. latch. adj. single. fasten. union connection. grapple. purification &c. exclude... winnow. coition. unblended. pin. hasp. clear.sexual conjunction. set. unmingled[obs3]. tie. dovetail. untinged[obs3]. rabbet. in the crowd. (variegated) 440. exempt from. adj. crimp. 46. annexation. annexment[obs3]. belay. half-and-half. attachment. impact. amongst. miscible. unmixed. conjugation. fix together. unfortified.. linseywoolsey. pure. 46. tighten. motley &c. buckle. astriction[obs3]. fix. amidst. simplify. link &c. [Freedom from mixture. indiscriminate. lace. clamp. love-making. marry &c. only. elimination. tether. annexationist. miscellaneous. with. compagination[obs3]. joining &c. pur et simple[Fr]. miter. V. hitch. gore. saddle on.N. hook. inosculation[obs3]. gird. lash. hang together. screw up. accouplement[obs3]. junction. sifting &c. 48. Adv. sexual congress. conjunction. tack together. 26 .. get rid of. simpleness &c.

dilaceration[obs3]. secant. isolated &c. inconnection[obs3]. peel off. caesura. disunite. disconnection. whittle. shiver. insulation. detach. split. 70. compact. loose. mangle. set. seposition|. tight. cut off. set apart. come to pieces. disunity. insulate. cutting instrument &c (sharpness) 253. multipartite[obs3]. get loose. take to pieces. discontinuous &c. leave. throw out of gear. hew. 27 . separation. (in addition to) 37. cut adrift. dissever. slit.. burst. dispair[obs3]. shatter. fracture. taut. slash.. break. dismemberment. nib. incision. rip up. separate. snap. fast. fissure. Phr. nip. anatomize. carve. haggle. dislocation. adj. abscission. rent. Adj. part. chop. breach. unloose. inseparable. discontinuity &c. secure. rescission. split.. adj. avulsion[obs3]. section. incide|. V. severalty. saw. mince. dissection anatomy. separatist.. 49. detachment. cut. abjunction[obs3]. v. v. dislocate. tear to pieces. partibility[obs3]. tear to tatters. unpack. hand in hand. conjunct. (pulverize) 330. tear piecemeal. dismember. unchain. slit. keep apart. be disjoined &c. joint. sejunction|. conjoint. undo. disentangle. gash. apportion &c. disband. sunder.p. <-. segregation. in conjunction with &c. abstract. taught. scamble[obs3]. snip. disjecta membra[Lat]. scission. Adv. apportionment &c. severable. severance. joined &c. disjoined &c. insularity. v. close.. chip. intimately. (fix) 43. compartition |. (liberate) 750. decomposition &c. segregate. hack. resection. 786. circumcise. tear. disjoin. sever. abruption[obs3]. circular saw. crunch. unlock &c.Adj. disengagement. disassociation. disunion. craunch[obs3]. luxation[obs3]. rend. 226. insecable[obs3].. dislimb[obs3]. firm. insular. tria juncta in uno[Lat]. disintegrate. incise. rupture. elision. laceration. divide. &c. corporate. crack. disengage. dispart[obs3]. discind|. disjunction. divellicate[obs3]. isolate. disjunctive. 786. cataclasm[obs3]. separate. rift. abscind[obs3]. disperse &c. tear limb from limb. oasis. jointly &c. 73. cut up. fission. come off.. dissociate. disjoint. isolation. slice. abstraction. 15 --> #44. adj.. subdivision. disseverance. fall off. intervolved |. 73. set free &c. circumcision. dissect. splinter. separability. unbind. rupture. separateness &c. rend asunder. -. abstractedness. disconnect. indissoluble. hackle. 70. parting &c. wrench. rip saw. division. unravel. rive. rend in twain. part. crack. break. cleave. lacerate.. fast. subdivide. part company. buzzsaw. separate. divorce. cranch[obs3]. skin &c. pick to pieces. divulsion[obs3]. pull to pieces. v. island. fall to pieces. cut up. diduction[obs3]. disruption. discerption[obs3]. diremption[obs3]. divorce.N. disbranch[obs3]. firmly. rescind. Disjunction. break up. dispersion &c. cleavage. hash. comminute &c. rend &c.

span. fiber. [capable of being cut] scissile[Chem]. intermedium[obs3].]. #45. concrete &c. viscum[obs3]. adhere. shackle. wafer. cable. cohere. halter. adhere like a remora. staple. inseparability. bridge over. free. cinch [U. cling. -. (density) 321. in twain. stick like a leech. lasso. larigo[obs3]. adhesiveness.. tiebeam. braid. close with. corrugated fastener. 16 --> pin. adj. cementation. stickiness &c. 214. Adj. connect &c. reft[obs3]. lock. adhering. S. solder. catch. garter. rigging. moorings. unassociated. brad. twine round &c. grow together. conglutinate[obs3]. girdle. cling like ivy. prop &c. agglomerate.. strap. anchor. hyphen. holdfast[obs3]. latchet[obs3]. partible. (solidify) 321. tenacious. tenacity. tie. nail. hold. conglomerate. clasp. consolidation. inseparableness. stick close. hold fast. stick like wax. weld. rivet. painter. cord. far between. v. lute. agglomeration. latch. apart. tendon. cake. halser|. remora. V. consolidate &c. cement. 43. rope. cramp iron. surcingle. hawser. copula. bandage. tooth. coherence. cabestro [obs3][U. ribbon. one by one. fastening. stucco. cleave. connective. tackle. tack. bond of union. vinculum. discerptible[obs3]. apart. adhesive. lute. connection. S.] Connection. with. pawl. lariat. cramp. hang together. harness. aggregation. tendril. riband. junction &c. 28 . hook and eye. tag. hang &c. screw. asunder. 43. V. clasp. line. mortar. straggling. corking pin. roller. guy. cohering &c. plaster. glue. adhere like Dejanira's shirt. string &c.]. withy. cement. (means of restraint) 752. stick. separable. divisible. loose. post. adrift. cohesive. bolt. girder. running rigging. unattached.disparate. button. brace. terret[obs3]. bur. #46. (join) 43. bond. C-clamp. paste. birdlime. adrift. hank. soldering &c. (filament) 205. agglutination. unannexed. bracket. detent. unconnected. buckle. cestus[obs3].p. conglutination. standing rigging. tough. U-clamp. solder. size. ligament. separately &c. severally. wire. abstractedly. stake. putty. noose. paste. asunder. toughness. suspenders. isthmus. inkle[obs3]. discrete. connection. agglutinate. grappling iron. distinct. bridge. fastener. chain. clamp. yoke. gum. 352. in the abstract. set. trennel[obs3]. hinge. running knot. band ribband. cling like a bur. legadero[obs3]. Adv. treenail. gum. traces. (support) 215. dependence. glue. ratchet. link. <-. grout. oxreim[obs3]..N. cordage. fillet. knot. padlock. rift. -. adherence.N. hook. concretion accretion. thong. ligature. sticking. skewer. withe. adhesion. girth. stepping-stone. Coherence. rein &c. take hold of. hug. [Connecting medium. v. hasp.

marry. blend. break up. totality. coalesce. consolidate. gross amount. rope of sand. CONCRETE QUANTITY #50. cement a union. flapping.N. trunk. 48. relaxed. nonadhesion. unite. lump. 642. melt into one. integer. loosen. incoherence. ensemble. resultant. catalytic. 87. decomposition. merge. Decomposition. impregnate. detached. unglue &c. aggregate. crasis[obs3].sticky &c. freedom. 17 --> 4.. Adj. indiscerptibility[obs3]. dissect. length and breadth of. combine. like grains of sand unconsolidated &c. complexus [obs3]. decentralize. lax. staple. principal part. impregnated with. 52. adj. V. 73. decompose. infrangible[obs3]. (disjoin) 44. separate into its elements. lock stock and barrel. compound. V. [Want of adhesion. bulk. make loose &c. analytical. united. composition. electrolyze[Chem]. v. 29 . 44. absorb. <-. tissue. relax. dispersion &c. centralization. hull. fuse. indivisibility. integration. dissolve. (importance). disembody. noncohesive[obs3]. (uncleanness) 653. slacken. (dense) 321. baggy. combined &c. amalgamate. disjunction &c. 352. Combination. loose. unsessile[obs3]..N. separative. 44. corruption &c.p. solvent. absorption. inseparable. alloy. lion's share. complex. torso. embodiment. integrity. immiscible. disperse &c. reembody[obs3].. 41. Alpha and Omega. relaxation. unseparated. Adj. essential part &c. tertium quid[Lat]. mass. disjunction &c. hulk.. bole. resolution. imbued inoculated.. looseness &c.] -. v. #47. unification. best part. 231. collectiveness[obs3]. inextricable. streaming. " be all and end all ". V. all. body. compages[obs3]. tout ensemble. the whole. nonadhesion[obs3]. crumble into dust. decompound. sum total. completeness &c. segregated. fusion.. uncombined &c. ingrained. loosening &c. mixture &c. 43. Whole. main part. centralize. 46. resolvent. union. totalness &c. unity &c. #49. whole. -. amalgam. [Principal part. disheveled. immiscibility. disintegration. resolve into its elements. skeleton greater part. laxity. (unroll) 313. major part. -. slack. Adj. dissolution. amalgamation. junction &c. unravel &c. embody. blending. #48. analysis. 73. decomposed &c. one and all. embodiment. nonadhesive. lump together. analyze. adj. combination. detach &c. put together. coalescence. incorporate. catalysis. incoherent. immiscibility. total. sum.N. incorporation. synthesis. .N. adj[obs3]. dissection. compact &c.] Incoherence. impregnation. entirety. v.

altogether. ideal. fractional. (allotment) 786. bit cut. high tide. ward. Adj. -. #52. unsevered[obs3]. arm. lobe. dividend. solidarity. ramification. load. break &c. complete &c. in extenso[Lat]. foot by foot. unclipped[obs3]. totally &c. detachment. undiminished. supplement. spring tide. frustum. 30 . unity. in detail. divide. stump. uncropped. up &c. completion &c. limit. all in all. sectional. brimmer[obs3]. in a body. make-weight. every inch. undivided. 650. Phr. fill. fragmentary. installment. load. odds and ends. member. small part. (assemble) 72. clause. disconnected. (region) 181. detritus. in compartments. all. in lots. adj. unbruised. fraction. in the aggregate. flood tide. bit by bit. saturity|. en bloc. chapter. v. section. offshoot. v. 639. render complete &c. comprehensive. whole. indivisible. Completeness. in the lump. unshorn. fill the measure of. perfection &c. segment. bodily|!. be complete &c. fill. particular. filling. count. (class) 75. 729. by driblets. 204. passage. impletion[obs3]. article. department &c. joint. sprig. adj. cutting. supply deficiencies. (accomplish) 729. (apportion) 786.N. fill in. in the mass. undestroyed. drop by drop. form a whole. piece[Fr]. replenish. chunk. aliquot. all. indissoluble. complete &c. integration. (smallness) 32. uncut. verse. sarmentum[obs3].. completeness &c. amass. runner. 56. lobule. V. debris. Adv. subdivision. multifid[obs3]. make up. all put together. limb. intact. make good. part by part. entirely. in the gross. amount to. cantle. particle &c. total. collectively. bough. divided &c. saturation. wholly. substantially. entire. sweeping. fragment. 52. adj. part. come to a head. integral. throughout. -. division. individual. V. tout bien ou rien[Fr]. solidity. aggregate &c. paragraph. as a body. component part &c. almost all.Benjamin's mess. item. indissolvable[obs3]. allness[obs3]. any. piece out[Fr]. embody. Adv. county &c. spray. unbroken. wing. share &c. eke out. all.. morsel. partition &c. as a whole. entirety. by by installments. partly. sufficiency &c. bellyful[obs3].. wholesale. one. lamina &c. collop[obs3]. partial. fill to the brim. indiscerptible[obs3]. undemolished. in part. by inches. en masse. twig. lump. the long and the short. come to. aught. excerpta[obs3]. leaf. bush. compartment. #51. scale. branch. charge. high water. (disjoin) 44. part. leaflet. piecemeal. dose. V. wholesale. constitute a whole. link. nearly. (completely) snatches. sector. undissolved. fill up. on the whole. in the main. slice. chip. seamless. portion. partially. complement. bumper. Adj. inch by inch. integrate. parcel.N. Part. scion.. in the long run. oddments. ne plus ultra[Lat].

solid. go the whole length. down to the ground. brimful. topful. full-charged. fore and aft. (unprepared) 674. adj. topfull. consummate. altogether. sweeping. completing &c. (see complete &c. (be insufficient) 640. utterly. mutilated. deficient. incompleteness &c.N. [part wanting] defect. omission. incomplete. shortage. full-fraught. V. lack &c. (redundant) 641. meager. fully. . be incomplete &c. Adj. a capite ad calcem [Lat]. lacking. incompletely &c. out and out. uncompleted &c. omnem movere lapidem[Lat]. thorough-going. from first to last. caret. from top to toe. Adj. Adv. 198. unconditional. fraught. effectually.. totally. garbled. plenary. to the utmost. 18 --> 31 . imperfection &c. exhaustive. perfunctory. a outrance[obs3]. as far as possible. Phr. stark. unfinished. to all intents and purposes. heart and soul. completely &c. chock full. caetera desunt[Lat]. from head to foot. free. perfect &c. by halves. deficiency. in progress. to the end of the chapter. (sufficient) 639. whole &c. throughout. neglect &c. break &c. supplemental. in all respects. fall short of &c. root and branch. go the whole hog. good. insufficiency &c. choke full. cap-a-pie. una scopa nuova spazza bene [Italian]. Phr. crammed. as . defalcation. as full as an egg is of meat. all out. 651. a fond. crude &c. gap. unqualified. -. missing piece. in every respect. with a witness. dead. as can be. defective. de fond en comble[Fr]. clean. imperfect &c. ab ovo usque ad mala[Lat]. head and shoulders. hollow. adj. to the top of one's bent. sketchy. from top to bottom. v. #53. quite. noncompletion &c. radical. . from one end to the other. entire. for good and all. replete &c. saturated. to the full. in arrear[obs3]. 460. (nonpreparation) 674. clean as a whistle. full-laden.. neck and crop. every. neck and heel. with a vengeance. brimming. missing part. falsus in uno falsus in omnibus [Latin: false in one thing. sheer.. as full as a vetch. wanting. full. to the backbone. every inch. complete. missing link. 650. from beginning to end. docked.saturate. laden. unmitigated. from end to end. ascititious[obs3]. failing. adj. 730. hole. whit. regular. adj. toto coelo[Lat]. Incompleteness. hollow. in toto. abundant &c. half measures. halfand-half. 50. lopped. false in everything]. on all accounts. in hand. wholly. deficit. outright. shortcoming &c. short measure. short of.. caret.. nicely. heavy laden. supplementary. go all lengths. 304. up to the ears. lacuna. thorough. truncated. <-. allsided. absolute. 729). interval &c. 304. from Dan to Beersheba. proceeding. at all points. with all its parts. lame. Adv.p. 640.sous tous les rapports[Fr]. in default. immaturity &c. over head and ears. (discontinuity) 70. up to the eyes. going on. undivided. up to the brim. 651.. through thick and thin.

#57. barring. immigrant. enter into. feature. tenderfoot. extraneousness &c. make. inclusive. form. blackball. repudiate.. be formed of. constituting &c. save. constitution. bating. novus homo[Lat]. leave out. 51 . -. repudiation. over sea on one's travels. noninclusion[obs3]. appurtenance. enter into the composition of. separation.p.&c. part and parcel. alienism. 55. mick. -. -. in foreign parts. component part. 19 --> SECTION IV. formation. exclude. garble. reception.N. leaven. be made up of. shut out. -. adj. except. banish &c. exception. 220[obs3]. winnow. Adj. component. personnel. separate. foreign body. comprehend. pass over. be resolved into. member &c. ultramontane. bar out. exteriority &c. inhere in. omit. admit. 460. containing. V. make. compose. extrinsicality &c. be excluded from &c. ulterior. outsider. element. Africander[obs3]. bar. Adv. foreign substance. (disjoin) 44. rejection.#54. eliminate. exclusive of. involve. contents. form. intruder. be composed of. Adj.v. form part of &c. make up. compose.S. ingredient. slant. constituent. unite. be implicated in. abroad. extraneous. contain. alienage[obs3]. be merged in. Component. drag into. embrace. beyond seas. greaser. be part of. foreigner. strike out. be a component &c. Dutchman. crasis[obs3]. prohibition. relegate. seposition[obs3]. v. enter into the composition of &c. be made of.. build up. #56. omission. admission. V. with the exception of. integral part. Easterner [U. Exclusion. belong to.]. strike off. ORDER 32 . constitute. elimination. Extraneousness. unrecounted[obs3]. (part) 51. excluded &c. exclusion. hold. set apart. Adj. inclusion. wop.N. excluded &c. in foreign lands. fill up. stranger. exclusive. segregate. <-. (in a class) 76. reject. exceptional. appertain to. implicate. integrant part[obs3]. excluding &c. emigrant.N.. 48. throw overboard. tramontane. alien. include &c. segregation. preclusion. put apart. embody. neglect &c. lay aside. exile &c. Dago*. Adj. (be a component) 56. share in &c. composition. newcomer. #55. combination &c. (participate) 778. foreign. weed. not included in. creole. polak. v. foreign element. 6[obs3]. take in. comprehension. n. forming &c. (seclusion) 893. expulsion. inadmissible. Composition. Adv. interloper. consist of. embodiment. constitute. alien. merge in.N. nonadmission. v. (seclude) 893. inadmissible. lay apart. put aside. V. cofferdam. combine.

step by step. en regle[Fr].its turn. hotch-potch[obs3]. shipshape. gradation. all the fat in the fire. slut (libertine) 962. spill and pelt. want of method. row. [Absence. lumber. (entry 849) refers to affections or appearance. progression. pretty kettle of fish. mess. Donnybrook Fair. hotch-pot[obs3].. uproar. place itself.. ordo est parium dispariumque rerum sua loca tribuens dispositio [Lat][St. fracas. pudder[obs3]. disjecta membra[Lat]. hodgepodge. by clockwork. take one's place. disorderly persons offence. anomaly &c. rally round. bull in a china shop. 33 . mash. discipline orderliness &c. adjust. cahotage[obs3]. 61. scramble. draw up. methodical. (term) 71. (agitation) 315. S. revolution. 41.1. be in order. uniform. not internal complexity. 24. method. disarray. Adv. diable a' quatre[Fr]. lucidus ordo[Lat]. Devil to trim. arranged &c. unconfused &c. in apple-pie order. huddle. place &c. in -turn. turmoil. -gradations. gradatim[Lat]. systematic. routine. all hell broke loose. ORDER #58. in order. uniformity. 59a. derangement &c. adj. (continuity) 69. 60. natura non facit saltum[Lat]. rudis indigestaque moles [Lat][Ovid]. -. litter. adj. symmetrical. "order is heaven's first law" [Pope]. neat. at stated periods &c. imbroglio. untidiness &c. <-. Adj. rank. anarchy. bear garden. These are two different concepts. -stages. donnybrook. whirlwind &c. misdemeanor. "order from disorder sprung" [Paradise Lost]. well regulated. disorder. ferment. order. in its proper place. irregularity. Bedlam. V. series &c. . [moral disorder] slattern. methodize. chaos. rumpus.N. -. ferment &c. music of the spheres. hash. Order. riot. 349. anarchism. seriatim. even tenor. be disorderly &c. (unconformity) 83. subordination. fall into one's place. system. fight. play at cross-purposes. tidy. array. mere mixture &c. by regular -steps. [legal terms] disorderly person. jumble. course. Babel. (see confuse &c. businesslike. concordia discors[Lat]. convulsion. economy. pretty piece of work[Fr]. tumult. adj. arrangement.]. form. disunion. disposition. omnium gatherum[Lat].. Augustine]. pother. adj. orderly. disturbance. most admired disorder. mishmash. We also need a corresponding entry for conceptual or organizational simplicity. Saturnalia. confusion worse confounded. regulate. hubbub. &c. correct. systematically. take one's rank. fortuitous concourse of atoms. rumpus. confusedness &c. V. mix.N. pretty piece of business[Fr]. Note that simplicity. 61). ruction. regularity. regular. --> #59.. Phr. row. fall in. or want of Order. embroilment. (periodically) 138. methodically &c. in order. stour[obs3]. we should break up 59 into disorder (randomness). brawl. -intervals. rough and tumble. and complexity. symmetry. arrange itself. adj. discord &c. confusion. complexity &c. adj. rhubarb [baseball]. become in order &c. systematize.. melee. farrago. muddle. free-for-all.] Disorder. range itself. rumble. medley. trouble. muss [U.

riotous &c. <-. 59a. disposal. perplexity. arranged &c. aimless.p. methodize. webwork[obs3]. intricate. put in array. architecture. wilderness. chaos is come again. upside down &c. Gordian knot. systematic. complexness &c. deranged &c. arrangement. at cross-purposes. <gr/hysteron proteron/gr>[Grk][Grk]. irregular. apportionment. pack.] Arrangement. intricacy.put out of order. out of sorts. riddle. ravel. tabulation. cut and dried. perplexed. register. clustering. unarranged &c. regular. set in order. Adj. fix. 61. graduation.N. higgledy-piggledy. disembroil[obs3]. allotment. taxonomy. irreducible. kink. complex &c. troublous[obs3]. [Instrument for sorting] sieve. reduce to order. screen. immethodical[obs3]. set out. out of place. tangled. the cart before the horse. 219. Adj. sorting &c. knarl[obs3]. cast the parts. complexus[obs3]. sorter. Phr. at sixes and sevens. "the wreck of matter and the crush of worlds " [Addison]. preparation &c. (unconformable) 83. synopsis &c. size. complexity. complex. (inverted) 218. rumple. database. divide. tabulate. deal. [Result of arrangement] digest. settle. Adv. graduate. complicate. 673. 60)[obs3]. acephalous[obs3]. disposition. dislocated. collocate. assign places to. bring into order. sleave[obs3]. harum-scarum. promiscuous. put to rights. out of order. grade. register &c. grouping. index. string together. out of joint. methodical. division. classification. -. desultory. organize. orderless. unmethodical. range. systematize. implication. helter-skelter. disorganized. plan &c. organization. slovenly. complexify[obs3]. dispose of. unravel. catalogue. rally. by fits and starts. v. tangled skein. 241. file. digest. 218. gnarl. jungle. labyrinth. &c. indiscriminate. [complexity if a task or action] difficulty &c. class. thread. (compendium) 596. put into shape. adj. in battle array. place. introduce order into. entangled. anomalous &c. distribute. Adj. 34 . #59a. network. irregularly &c. organism. raveling. derange &c. put in order. (see arrange &c. untidy. unsymmetric[obs3]. parcel out. [Reduction to Order. complexed. intrication[obs3]. 626. topsy-turvy &c. disentangle. (violent) 173. confused. dispose. marshal. allot. raveled. involved. arrange. (convolution) 248. put in trim. shapeless &c. ruffle. assign the parts. taxis...N. knotted. syntagma[Gram]. group. involution. ravel &c. digestion. out of gear. sift. (record) 551. 704. pellmell. classify. allocation. file. embattled. distribution. analysis. set to rights. V. knot. by fits. atlas. disjointed. unsystematic. apportion. riddle. adj. V. by fits and snatches. straggling. gnarled. coil &c. chaotic. complication. in a ferment. card. form. wheels within wheels. anarchical. table.. deranged.. disorderly. syntaxis[obs3]. coordinate. place in order. (record) 551. rank. orderly. collocation. 61. Complexity -. feaze[obs3]. inextricable. regulate. complicated. entanglement. 20 --> #60. sort. assortment. assort. v. knarled[obs3].

placenta. perplex. throw out of gear. Precedence. continuation. inversion &c. anteposition[obs3]. foregoing. ruffle. precedent. step into the shoes of. v. antecedency[obs3]. consecution. going after &c. come on. embroil. messy. subsequent. jumble.S. v. Adj. corrugation &c. 35 . complicate. disorder. mislay. Phr. usher in. importance &c. said. involvement. interruption. (get before) 280. come first. Sequence. deranged &c. have the start &c. confound. lead the dance. former.N. discombobulate. embrangle[obs3]. prior tempore prior jure[Lat]. superiority &c. (following) 281. v. lead. proemial[obs3]. toss. set the fashion &c. place before. perturb. prior &c. randomize.v. v. prefatory. afterbirth. 642. antecedence. dislocate. huddle. 64. shuffling &c.. CONSECUTIVE ORDER #62. convulse. put out of joint. aforementioned. prelusive. have precedence. priority &c.Phr. prelude. 116..S. prefix. secundines[Med].. disarrange. (fold) 258. dislocation. muddle.]. precursory. precession &c. afterburden[obs3]. sequence. preliminary. follow. unhinge. seniores priores[Lat]. disorder &c. unordered [U. (precession) 280. misarrange[obs3]. dishevel. syncretic. syncretistic[obs3]. abovementioned[obs3]. disorganization. secondariness[obs3]. disorganize. shuffle. evection[obs3]. 148. -. preference. come next. 117. precursor &c. coming after. disturbance. rearrange &c. tousle. ravel. #63. V. have the pas. muss [U. posteriority &c. anterior. aforesaid. precede. entangle. (inferiority) 34[obs3]. succeed. throw into disorder &c. alternate. sequent[obs3].] Derangement. unsettle. (front) 234[obs3]. ensue. succeeding &c. riot. involve. turn topsy-turvy &c. rumple &c. derangement &c. 116. open the ball. break the ranks. epacme[obs3]. (invert) 218. -. 218. consequent. before. mussy. lead the way.N. discomposure. take precedence. V. come after. the lead. introduce. succession. paracme[obs3]. break in upon. subordinancy &c. precursive[obs3]. Adv. take the lead. confuse. perturbation. deorganize[obs3]. #61. disturb. coming before &c. introductory. preparatory. 33. place after. successiveness. prelusory. disconcert. bringing into disorder. before. -. be in the vanguard.]. 41. displace. antecedent. in advance &c. Adj. derange. put into disorder. prevenient[obs3]. trouble. tangle. v.. (fold) 258. scatter. Adj.. towzle[obs3]. head. litter. hustle. preceding &c. 2. le pas. misplace. (influence) 175. discompose. bring into disorder. mix &c. come before. flaky.N. V. imbrangle[obs3]. interchange &c. fumble. "In vast cumbrous array" [Churchill]. [Subversion of Order. preface. bedevil. 59.. deorganization[obs3]. 280. order of succession. 148. precedence. tumble. beforementioned[obs3]. append. 59. random. anteriority &c. suffix. premise.

thin end of the wedge. rudiment. aftergrowth[obs3]. (depart) 293. 153. colophon. embarcation[Fr]. suffix. threshold. inauguration.-. queue. portal. Precursor. 673. forerunner. lead off. (continuity) 69. 293. entry. start. prodromous[obs3]. take the lead. suite. peroration. elements. beginning. latter. avant-propos[Fr]. infancy. rise. new departure. fresh start. first blush. introduction. border &c. aftercourse[obs3]. dawn &c. tail piece[Fr]. proem. incept[obs3]. brunt. cradle. take its rise. van &c. outrider. pioneer. next. prolusion[obs3]. (precursor) 64. enter upon. inception. entrance. alternate. leader. sequela[obs3]. behind &c. heading. first sight. opening.sequacious[obs3]. prelusive. premises. preamble. head. appendage. nativity. Adj. prelusory. avant-courier. debut. creation. rear. arise. (morning) 125. (edge) 231. outset. first glance. prologue. genesis. germ &c. sequel. Sequel. precedent. porch. starting point &c. inchoation[obs3]. first stage. subsequently. begin. afterpart[obs3]. introduction &c. voorlooper[Afrikaans]. postscript. originate. prefix. dawn. enter. gate. overture. [transitive] initiate. heading. more last words. postern. second thoughts. preparation &c. foreword. set in. #65. avant-garde. stalking-horse. [intransitive] inchoate. codicil. predecessor. caption. herald. first impression. aftergame[obs3]. foreboding. title-page. prodromos[obs3]. vancourier[obs3]. trail. chops. inception. prolegomena. alpha. prodrome|. voortrekker[Afrikaans]. set out &c. <-. precedent &c. vestibule. (rear) 235. narrow end of the wedge. evolution. continuation. amoebean[obs3]. birth. wake. symphony. tag. inaugurate. train. forelooper[obs3]. source. initiative. bud. prefigurement &c. prolepsis[Gram]. groundwork. foreloper[obs3]. posterior &c. inaugural. aftercome[obs3]. orifice. (front) 234. precursory. #66. usher in. -. bellmare[obs3]. rudiments. inlet. harbinger. outbreak. successor. 512. primogenesis[obs3]. Beginning. launch. portico. protasis[obs3].N. Adv. embark in. proximate. mouth. 21 --> #64. alphabet. propylaeum[obs3]. skirts. retinue. preludious[obs3]. arriere pensee[Fr]. consecutive &c. gateway. heelpiece[obs3]. (prior) 116. propylon[obs3]. after. afterpiece[obs3]. -. lips. outlines. precursor. door. fatihah[obs3]. prefatory. omen &c. grammar. epilogue. lead the way. initial. antecedent. proemial[obs3]. "a precedent embalms a principle" [Disraeli].p. conceive. ABCE. rising of the curtain.N. prelude. appendix. bellwether. V. avant-coureur[Fr]. introductory. tail. Phr. incipience. preface. le premier pas. move. maiden speech. prodromus[obs3]. dawn. preliminary. exordium[Lat]. commencement. afterthought.N. start. 511. outgrowth. onset. egg. first move. (cause) 153. proemium[obs3]. 36 . take the initiative. wicket. frontispiece. 117. commence. origin &c. rise. open.

break cover. fag-end. final. begun &c. played out. embryonic. set to. break the ice. last. take birth. agoing[obs3]. end. tip. fall of the curtain. ab initio[Lat].. v. expiry[obs3]. materialize. (make to cease) 142. maiden.. in embryo. have run its course. found &c. bring to an -end &c. initial. end of all things. conclude. commencement de la fin. first. v. ended &c. in limine[Lat]. make an end of. Adv. determine. shuffle the cards. desinence[obs3]. first and foremost. incipient. termination. undertake &c. endpoint. determination. imprimis[Lat]. initiative. stand at the head. at the beginning. crack of doom. recommence. finality. n. conterminate[obs3]. set to work. knock-out. settled. (completion) 729. hang up one's fiddle. open fire. open up. inaugural. <-. make a beginning. finish. ab origine[Lat]. pass the Rubicon. sockdolager* [obs3][U. gable end.. (complete) 729. ventilate. begin de novo.. make a start. a -close &c. be all over.head. definitive. ab incunabilis[Lat]. burst forth. dies irae. (completing) 729. appear. in the bud. beginning &c.S.. End. open the door to. make a fresh start. n. get to work. point. cut the first turf. n. lay the first stone. nib. inchoative[obs3]. day of Judgment. omega. ending &c. close. 22 --> #67. tag. run out.. break out. (cause) 153.p. handsel. open the ball. pass away. eschatology. turning point. cross the Rubicon. set abroach[obs3]. tail end. from the beginning. (rear) 235. term. primeval. set up. 360. at an end. put an end to. destination. get through. set about. deathblow. death &c. come into the world. start afresh. (old) 124. ab ovo[Lat]. doom. primitive. decided. begin at the beginning. break up. spring forth. break ground. vergent[obs3]. tail &c. goal. Adj. v. Adj. primordial &c. doomsday. last. caudal. initiatory. peroration. apply the match to a train. begin again. limit. close. extremity. in the beginning. come into existence. aboriginal. rudimental. &c. leading. reshuffle the cards. [intransitive] get underway. come-. end.N. finis. coup de grace. resume. extinction. (prepare) 673. conterminable[obs3]. just begun &c. crop up. first. broach. stand for. expire. lay the foundations &c. take the first step.]. extreme. expiration. inceptive. draw. rear &c. die &c. consummation. set on foot. foremost. -. achieve &c. let's get going! let's get this show on the road! up and at 'em! aller Anfang ist schwer [Ger]. spring up. 676. extermination. terminate. stop &c. terminus. proemial[obs3]. denouement. verge &c. begin ab ovo[Lat]. finish &c. conclusion. (edge) 231. in its infancy. natal. shut up shop. V. omnium rerum principia parva sunt [Lat][Cicero]. rear guard. ultimate. fate. Phr. 235. -blow. make one's debut. v. bottom dollar. terminal. crowning &c. in the first place. primogenial[obs3]. conterminous. hindermost[obs3]. inchoate. dimidium facti qui coepit habet [Lat][Cicero].. air. introductory. from its birth. butt end. nascent. last stage. bonne bouche[Fr]. stand first. set the ball in motion. finale. v. period. set at 37 . take it from the top. over. pop up.

suite. midway.. be discontinuous &c. equatorial. n. colonnade. consecutiveness &c. en toute chose il faut considerer la fin[Fr][obs3]. disconnected. uncommenced[obs3]. Adj. adj. V. evergreen. #70. suit. tabulate. adj. ancestry. seriatim. equidistance[obs3]. follow in a series. n. disjunction &c. in medias res. fresh. middle. (periodicity) 138. break the thread. line of ancestors. diaphragm.N. -. conclusive.. "as high as Heaven and as deep as hell" [Beaumont & Fletcher]. solution of continuity. 228. continuously &c. V. serial. fitful &c. Adv.] Discontinuity. progressive. scale. sort.-. midships[obs3]. unrelenting (perseverence) 604a. fracture. array. gradually. 44. Adv. nave. 228.. break. break in upon. retinue. center &c. rank. successive. house. medium. continuous. intermediate &c. unconnected.] Continuity. adj. interrupted. mean. Phr. Adj. continuity. rhapsody. family. dropping fire. caesura. train chain. ultimus Romanorum[Lat]. in succession. average. cavalcade. intermit. in turn. disjunctive. mediate. halfway house. graduate. tier. [Uninterrupted sequence. snap the thread. gradual. Adv. rank and file. unbegun. file. row. deficit omne quod nascitur [Lat][Quintilian].. intermission. equidistant. lineage. series. collate &c. constant. in column. fault. team. range. consecution. cortege. round. alternation &c. 222. in a line. descent. discrete. midmost. broken thread. immediate. concatenation. column. 222. file. episode. line. nucleolus.N. succession.. unbroken. line. continued. arrange in a series. catenation. juste milieu &c.. fall in. 29. (disjoin) 44. interruption. ceaselessness. hesitate. (interjacent) 228[obs3]. running. penultimate. gradation. form a series &c. Adj. stop and start. crack. homocentric. interpose &c. thread. dissever. genealogy. at a stretch. middle term. linear.. finally &c. alternate. mesial[Med]. in the middle. anacoluthon[obs3]. omphalos[obs3]. race. 38 . central &c. gradatim[Lat]. discontinuous. last but one. navel. mediterranean. intervene. progression. -. in a row &c. break. gap &c. in Indian file. midriff. mediety|. mid-course &c. constant flow. uninterrupted. mid. bisection. middle. halfway. adj. equator. amidships. median. unsuccessive[obs3]. middlemost. &c. sputter. unbroken extent. string. nucleus. strain. half distance. procession. last but two. parenthesis. (interval) 198. at the last. once for all. consecutive. in file. interrupt. Middle. intermediate &c. discontinuity. line of battle. dicousu[Fr]. 628[Fr]. string together. #69. #68. mean &c. midst. course.. entire. pedigree. in fine. broken. in single file. step by step. 628. unintermitting[obs3]. medial. break off. n. finem respice[Lat][obs3]. cut. patchwork. in a line &c. mezzo termine[It]. flaw. unremitting. thread. discontinue. perennial. pause. disconnect &c. organize. [Interrupted sequence.

bing[obs3]. brotherhood. rendezvous. (council) 696. (greatness) 31. conventicle. intermittent. package. link.S. storm. collection. rouleau[obs3]. point. omnium gaterum[Lat]. shower. center round. fraternity. bunch.N. set. muster. museology[obs3]. n. swarm. assortment. longo intervallo[It]. unite. squad. conglomerate. (social gathering) 892[It]. clump. levee. spicilegium[obs3]. (party) 712. period. bring together. -. at intervals. seron[obs3]. hattock[obs3]. sorority. miscellany. cluster. roundup [U.. by jerks. per saltum[Lat]. posse comitatus[Lat]. by catches. fall into a place &c. surge. congregate. huddle. clan. alternate. fascicle. force. throng. stand. congress. meet. <-.. congeries. gavel. fagot. spasmodic. Assemblage. museum. 26. deluge. flood. concourse. collector. pencil. intermitting. round of the ladder. (store) 636. step. by fits and starts. whipper in. degree &c. pile. put together. task force. sheaf. 39 . 23 --> #71. galaxy. like "angel visits few and far between" [Campbell]. conflux[obs3]. horde. party. fasciculus[Lat]. reassemble. fardel[obs3]. collocation. 3. aggregation. heap. congestion. remove. gatherer. pack. troop. herd. coagmentation[obs3]. crew. attroupement[obs3]. station. gathering. by skips. pitch. lump together. agglomeration. mulada [obs3][U. fasces[obs3]. troupe.p. 73} assemblage. drove. coacervate[Chem]. tuft. rush. conglomeration. convention. join. recurrent &c. peg. team. conglomerate. 290. forgather. tissue. fascine[obs3]. body.]. gemote[obs3]. Pleiades. find a place. association &c. whip. group. resort. flock get together. pig together. stream. assemble[be or come together]. Adv. crush. batch. swarm. draw together. posse. at home. haycock[obs3]. snowball. snowdrift. mass. pas. mob. drive. conclave &c. collect. cloud. drift. colligation[obs3]. Term. scale. populousness. shoal. assembly. muster. flock. position. (store) 636. footing. army. levy. packet. press. scrape together. wisp. Phr. atajo[obs3]. fascicule[obs3]. rank. skippingly[obs3]. remuda[obs3]. rejoin. reunion. seroon[obs3]. COLLECTIVE ORDER #72. black hole of Calcutta. company. occasional &c. desultory. coacervation[Chem]. herd.N.S. hold a place. array. associate. crowd. conglobation[obs3]. quantity &c. convergence &c. lot. muster. grade. (periodic) 138. Noah's ark. stage. [get or bring together] assemble. bunch. (combatants) 726. cumulation.(irregular) 139. concentration. crowd. covey. ingathering. precipitate. drawing room. get together. range. menagerie &c. congregation. bale. truss. lump. cohue[obs3]. come together. occupy a place. host &c. gang. concentrate. parcel. bevy. stook[obs3]. acervation[obs3]. flock. status. conversazione &c. (multitude) 102. v. rick. accumulation &c. tribe. V. term. collectanea[obs3]. budget. place. by snatches. mark. corps. volley. stack. meeting. rabble. band. knot. school. standing. bundle. cluster. -. {opp. pyramid. glomeration[obs3]. group. compilation. regiment &c.]. contesseration|. V. throng. shock.

. (inclusion in a compound) 54. or reference to a class. amass. -. sporadic. fasciculated cumulative. 291. concentrate. distribution. rendezvous. selection. rubric. caste. Class. collect in a dragnet. acervatim[Lat]. particularization. Adv. {opp. 786. stray. 44. spread. apportion &c.]. suit. resort haunt retreat. aspersion. apportionment &c. Phr. denomination. [Comprehension under. depot &c. kin. spread like wildfire. breed. -. epidemic &c. acervate[obs3]. reception. family. dismember. affusion[obs3]. streaming. spread. overspread. let out. hold a meeting.. the plot thickens. genus. range. 290. heap. dredge. sept. widespread. dissemination. utter. dense. feather. assembled &c.N. sparsim[obs3]. categorema[obs3]. bestrew. ted. bring to an issue. (store) 636. assortment. 24 --> #74. dispel. broadcast. head. sort. species. teeming. shed.] Focus. similarity &c. cast adrift. admission. sex. order. waifs and estrays[obs3]. circumfusion[obs3].] -.N. 17. #76. 77} inclusion. colligate[obs3]. race. divergence &c. kind. unite. aggregate. pile. focus. bring to a point. dissipation. character. v. gather. Dispersion. subtype. point de reunion. category. dispense. populous. (general) 78. {opp. headquarters. pack. Nonassemblage. section. designation. disembody.p. intersperse. broadcast. composition &c. [Hor. scattering &c. disseminate. aggroup[obs3]. sprinkle. #73. type. stamp predicament. closely packed. set abroach[obs3]. clan. dispread. circumfuse[obs3]. sparse. venue. comprehension. truss. tibi seris tibi metis[Lat]. distribute. blow off. whip in. collect into a focus. straw. waveson[obs3]. retail. heap Ossa upon Pelion. spirtle[obs3]. all of a heap. diffusion. V. convene. resperse[obs3]. deal out. v. convoke. manner. Adj. 40 . convocate[obs3]. rallying point. spargefaction[obs3]. diffuse. respersion[obs3]. kingdom. <-. cram. subdepartment. flotsam and jetsam. indication. accumulate &c. scatter. turn adrift. compile. issue. serried. collocate. adrift. bring to a focus. variety. DISTRIBUTIVE ORDER #75. 72). club. Inclusion. agglomerate. disheveled. rake up. v. sow. bring into a focus.. disjunction &c. kidney. -. corradiation[obs3]. place of assignation. tribe. [Place of meeting. strow[obs3].N. disband. gender. interspersion. 72} dispersion. strew. Adj. disperse. gathering place. cast. specification. get . scatter to the winds. place of resort. kit. dispersed &c. sect. put up. unassembled &c. cast forth. issue. 786. order.collect.. center &c. mass. point of convergence &c. passim. place of meeting. trysting place. class. disjecta membra[Lat]. as thick as hops. (see assemble &c. here and there. home. 222. province. subset.N. disperse themselves. set. swarming. description. domain. draught off. department. 4. crowded to suffocation. group. (store) 636. division. V.

particulars. Anglican[obs3].N. render general &c. widespread &c.. fall under. range under.The same set of words are used to express Exclusion from a class and Exclusion from a compound. dragnet. etc. encyclopedical[obs3]. besetting. Speciality. individuity|. descend to particulars. comprehend. transcendental. 76} exclusion &c. Reference is therefore made to the former at 55. minutiae. congenerous. version. included. realize. adj[obs3]. rife. whatsoever. embrace. --> #78. characteristic. comprehensive. singularity &c. state. all sorts. determine. Pan-Germanic. personality. N or M. including &c.N. covered with.p. generalize. 79} generality.. individuality. peculiarity. -. encircling. herself. (tendency) 176[obs3]. impersonal. technicality. belong to. differentia. prevailing. This identity does not occur with regard to Inclusion. encircle. common. Phr. idiosyncrasy. everyone. always. catholic. itself.. for the most part. 78} speciality. range with. slavic.. embody. specify. idiocrasy &c. place under. come under. (dispersed) 73. include. stalk abroad. self. 25 --> #79. generally speaking. general. common run. 55. generally &c. I myself. contain. place with. one and all. denote. <-. be going about. all. pertain to.. indicate. #77. particularize. point out. every. himself. oecumenical[obs3]. inclose &c. trait. merge in. take into account.V. myself. v. particularity. -. Adj. {opp. Exclusion. {opp. catholicism. select. unspecified. (on an average) 29. refer to. all over. <-. specificness &c. customary &c. worldwideness[obs3]. Generality. prevail. Pan-Hellenic. universal. reading. . (unconformity) 83. Adv. be general &c. all hands. enter into detail. comprise. panharmonic[obs3]. generalization. in the long run &c. worldwide. admit. to a man. adj. receive. catholical[obs3]. ecumenical. V. V. come to the 41 . for better for worse. anybody. arrange with. a maximis ad minima[Lat]. all the world and his wife. prevalence. go into detail. adj. items. designate. adj. reckon among. Adj. epidemic. prevalent. distinctive feature. generic.N. I. universality. {opp. specialize. of the same class &c. whatever. run. -. number among. inclusive. congener. speaking generally. enumerate among. &c. collective. catholicity. details.. broad. et coetera[Lat]... be included in &c. specialite[obs3]. miscellaneousness[obs3]. individualize. lection. in general. (circumscribe) 229. et hoc genus omne[Lat]. 75. sweeping. Pan-American. mannerism. everybody. (habitual) 613. which therefore constitutes a separate category. counts. miscellany.

pattern &c. Adj. seriatim. observance. for my part. -. familiarity. Conformity. 5. naturalization. rule. party. especial. normalness[obs3]. several. in mind-numbing detail. idiotypical. nonuniform. conform to. proper. law. pro re nata[Lat]. standing dish.. object lesson. one at a time. omniformity[obs3]. diagnostic. in excruciating detail. different. exclusive. omnigenous[obs3]. assorted. epicene.videlicet. normal. " variety's the very spice of life" [Cowper].e. {opp. (exceptional) 83. accommodate oneself to. mosaic. mingled. le style est l'homme meme[Fr]. ordinary condition. principle. (custom) 613.. odd. certain. sample. multiformity. particularly &c. partial. -. e. 18. normal state. #81. natural condition. standing order. apiece. irregular. adapt oneself 42 . "harmoniously confused" [Pope]. pattern (prototype) 22. ordinary state. multiplex.. of every description. dissimilar. agreement &c. diversified. varied. id est.g. ad hominem[Lat]. esoteric. especially. normality. -. typical. naturalness. discordant. variform[obs3]. many-sided. habituation. particular. adj. determinate. conventionality &c. multifarious. elucidation. mixed. manifold. bit by bit. Phr. that is to say. 23. this. unexceptional. model state. variegated. example. normalize. multifold.N. multigenerous[obs3]. peculiar. et hoc genus omne[Lat]. confused. diverse. special. 83} conformity. in detail. standard. (prototype) 22. customary (habit) 613. i. Procrustean law.N. to wit. endemic. in particular. and what not? de omnibus rebus et quibusdam aliis [Lat]. heterogeneous. specially. variety. normal condition. indiscriminate. definite. all manner of.. viz. adj. diversity. Adj. standard. unrelated. case in point. V. pro hac vice[Lat]. natural state. standardize. singular &c. standard (conformity) 82. each. multiform. normalcy. inharmonious. dissimilarity &c. one by one. respective. exemplia gratia[Lat]. commonness (frequency) 136. idiomatic. order of things. jumbled. natural. divers. quotation. model. omniform[obs3]. respectively. multifariousness &c. personal. individual. in great detail. instance. conformance. Adj. common. Phr. mixed up.point. #82. protean (form) 240. nature. conform to rule. V. yonder. in propria persona[Lat].. appropriate. for example. usual (frequency) 136. Normality. each to each. original. yon. that. private. Multiformity. various. desultory.N. model condition. varied assortment. law of the Medes and Persians. characteristic. illustration. specimen. hard and fast rule. exemplification. severally. Adv. ORDER AS REGARDS CATEGORIES #80. namely. omnifarious[obs3]. of all sorts and kinds. polymorphous. rule. specific. motley. unmatched.

for the sake of conformity. swim with the stream. adj. monster. by the card. je ne sais quoi[Fr]. exception. exempIe[Fr]. according to. abnormality. Adv. according to Hoyle. of course.N. in point. Adj. 43 .p. positive. be regulated by. do as others do. quote precedent. go by the rules.fall into a usage. noscitur a sociis [Lat]. unconformity. be regular &c. quote. conventional &c. 26 --> #83. exempli gratia[Lat]. teratism[obs3]. as a matter of course. according to Gunter. Unconformity. as usual. 82. (uniformly) 16. in conformity with. for form's sake. keep one in countenance. anomalousness &c. habitual. workaday. adj[obs3].obey the rules. orthodox. illustrative. strict. common. n. freak. snorter* [U. comply with. en regle [Fr]. sound. well regulated. rouser. normal. move in a groove. follow observe the rules. "they are happy men whose natures sort with their vocations" [Bacon]. freak of Nature. bizarrerie[obs3]. symmetric &c. Phr. rub off corners. rigid. according to regulation. usual. fall in with. (habit) 613. eccentricity. ne e quovis ligno Mercurius fiat [Lat][Erasmus]. in accordance with.S. {opp. tally with. follow the crowd. illustrate. violation of custom. violation of law. quote authority. mutant. anomaly. stick to the beaten track &c. salvo &c. infraction of law. explain.. singularity. hurler avec les loups [Fr]. naturalized. obey the precedents. swim with the current. instar omnium[Lat]. invariably. individuality. pro forma[Lat]. informality. ad instar[Lat]. fall into a idiosyncrasy. g. cite. infringement of usage. monstrosity. irregularity. follow the multitude. consistently with. shipshape. chime in with. technical. exemplify. ex pede Herculem[Lat]. of everyday occurrence. ordinary. nominal. regular &c. orderly. aberration. breach. in the natural order of things. of law. e. more-majorum. secundum artem[Lat]. 82} nonconformity &c. exemption. for instance. be guided by. originality. cela va sans dire[Fr]. blow with the wind. more solito[Lat]." <-. produce an instance &c. formal. &c. conformably &c. typical. appeal to authority. inter alia[Lat]. elucidate. stand on ceremony. rarity.-.. 136. 242. pass muster. variety. (customary) 613. of daily occurrence. when in Rome do as the Romans do. for example. Procrustean. infringement of law. "The nail that sticks up will get hammered down" [Japanese saying]. canonical. put a case. among other things. swim with the tide.. infringement of custom. weirdo. by rule. in the order of the day. follow the fashion. uncompromising. go with the flow.. according to rule. go with the stream. selon les regles[Fr]. unconventionality. mannerism. in keeping with. agreeably to. disconformity. conformable to rule. everyday.. adj. violation of usage. bend to the rules . according to Cocker. "Stick your neck out and it may get cut off. oddity. peculiarity. abnormity[obs3].].

miracle. never was seen the like. off the beaten track. stretch a point. break a custom. outcast. mongrel. unexampled. Phr. original. arbitrary. I could hardly believe it. Int. nonconformist. anomalous. curiosity. tombe des nues[Fr]. beyond the pale of. unfamiliar. asymmetric &c. Adj. sphinx. unheard of. mongrel. but I didn't believe it. funny.(qualification) 469. out of the ordinary. teratology. androgynal[obs3]. beside. abnormous[obs3]. crossbreed. uncomformable. nonsuch[obs3]. violate a usage. saggittary[obs3]. violate a law. yet. remarkable. 469. half-caste. undescribed. out of the pale of. save and except. wonder. unprecedented. original. save barring. preternatural. lusus naturae[Lat]. out of the beaten track. what on earth! what in the world! What the devil! Holy cow! Can you top that?. unusual. half blood. unnatural.p. merman. nondescript. lawless. aberrant. outlaw. break a habit. wyvern. merfolk[obs3]. NUMBER 44 . violate a custom. never was known the like. strange. unconformably &c. exceptional. baffle all description.. Sacre bleu [Fr]. "men whose heads do grow beneath their shoulders" [Othello]. monstrous. prodigy. without. drive a coach and six through. flying fish. griffon. unicorn. hinny. off the beaten track. minotaur. out of the common run. irregular. rara avis[Lat]. unaccustomed. amphibious. infringe a law. grotesque. newfangled. teratogenic. novel. queer. 870. out of place. unless. unaccountable.. unique. Adv. sea serpent. be uncomformable &c. oasis. abnormal. amorphous. infringe a usage. chimera. mulatto. none such. queer fish. metis[Lat]. wonderful &c. have no business there. let alone. rare. egregious. break a usage. fantastic. denaturalized[obs3]. informal. black sheep. neither one thing nor another. qualified &c. uncommon. outlandish. odd. nondescript. hydra. out of order. 27 --> SECTION V. random breed. stray. out of keeping. singular. hermaphrodite. exclusive. bizarre. never was heard the like. beggar all description. bisexual. curious. violate a habit. once in a blue moon. 243. break a law. black swan. out of the way. unconventional. hermaphrodite. dragon. character. nonesuch. Cyclops. eccentric. leave the beaten track. unfashionable. unparalleled. V. heterogeneous. one-of-a-kind. hybrid. monoclinous[obs3]. but. infringe a custom. monster. cockatrice. neither fish nor fowl. mermaid. unexpected. half-blood. adj. noteworthy. [mythical animal] phoenix. unwonted. infringe a habit. out of one's element. centaur. extraordinary. out of the common. I saw it. half-breed. heteroclite[Gram]. however. roc. kraken. hybrid. out of tune. once in a million years. epicene. wandering. adelomorphous[obs3]. outre[Fr]. uncustomary. non-classical. leave the beaten path. one in a way. one in a million. quaint. misplaced. except. wanton. <-. one in a thousand. exotic. tertium quid[Lat]. griffin. mule. [unconformable to the surroundings] fish out of water. abnormalize[obs3]. peculiar. sui generis[Lat]. adj. anomalistic. androgynous. neither fish flesh nor fowl nor good red herring.

analysis. adding machine. rule of three. infinite. algorism[obs3]. comparison &c. ratio. multiplication. integer. call over. accountant. function. number. finite. digit. tallies. numeration. [Statistics] dead reckoning. Adj. tell. geometry. decimal. imaginary. percentage. binary number. tell off. sum. transcendental number. poll. v. surd. logarithm. multiplicator[obs3]. calculator. recension[obs3]. divisible. negative. computer. figure. progression. calculate. quotient. integration. reckoning. [Operations] notation. numbering &c. statistician. suanpan[obs3]. totient[obs3]. subtract. irrational number. geometrical progression. aliquot. IN THE ABSTRACT #84. denominator. mathematician. complex number. [people who calculate] arithmetician. calculating machine. prime. algebraist. roll call. take stock.N. overhaul. positive. relatively prime. mixed number. algorithm. radical. election. integral calculus. decimal. modulus. variation. cipher. permilage. prime. fluxions[obs3]. fluxion[obs3]. calculus of differences. auditor. prove. computation. divisor. enumeration. subtraction. logometric[obs3]. complementary. Number.]. factor. calculator. take an account of. evolution. #85. [Instruments] abacus. score. differential calculus. relative prime. multiple. polygonal numbers. differential. combination. numeral. fluent.464. account &c. recapitulation. equations. check. exponential. slipstick[coll. compute. totitive[obs3]. add. reduction. 466. prime factor. census. prime number. interpolation. run over. dividend. fluxional[obs3]. pyramidal numbers. coefficient. submultiple[Math]. electronic calculator. cipher. abacist[obs3]. figurate[obs3]. (list) 86. index. complement. hexadecimal number[Comp]. dactylonomy[obs3]. multiplier. harmonical progression[obs3]. modulo. extraction of roots.N. fraction. -. logarithmic. poll. infinitesimal calculus. estimation. calculation. geometer. division. V. base. proportion. reciprocal. audit. Napier's bones. -. circulating decimal. multiplicand. arithmetic. figurate numbers[obs3]. exponent. algebra. round number. proportional. rational number. demonstrate. integral. recapitulate. numerically. addition. Adv. divide. rhabdology[obs3]. antilogarithm. repetend. muster. complex conjugate. differentiation. incommensurable. Numeration. enumerate. measurement &c. complex. reciprocal. tale. formula. sum up. real. cast up. supputation[obs3]. irrational. NUMBER. fractional. aliquot part. pagination. programmer. product. algebraize[obs3]. summation. integral. extract roots. muster. logometer[obs3]. symbol. statistics. surd. balance. practice. differential. permutation. impossible. approximation. numerator. counter. sum. rational. number. common measure. root.. count. subtrahend. cash register. prime pair. series.1. affix 45 . power. numeral. suppute[obs3]. recite. tally. difference. involution. difference engine. capitation. slide rule. arithmetical progression. multiply. octal number. analytical geometry. calculus.

single-handed. navy list. unfathomable. cartulary. army list. [written list used as an aid to memory] checklist. (record) 551. cadastre[Fr]. come to. arithmetically. oneness &c. commensurate. analytic. catalogue raisonne[Fr]. solitude &c. be one. uniflorous[obs3]. concordance. dine with Duke Humphrey[obs3]. output. rolodex. unijocular[obs3]. civil service list. check roll. 28 --> % 2. individual. none else. inverted file. (disjoin) 44. gazetter[obs3]. Adj. dictionary. book. catalogue. Adv. itemization. calculable. score. algebraic. <-. syllabus. index. Blue book. (disjunction) 44. DETERMINATE NUMBER % #87. innumerable. unific[obs3]. bill. file.. add up to. azygous. atlas. enumerate. database. table of contents. single. ledger. incommensurable. unit. statistics. unity. List. schedule. register &c. unigenital[obs3]. tableau. chart. monospermous[obs3]. alone. unifoliate[obs3]. page. tally. infinite. (seclusion) 893. Adj. synopsis. uniliteral[obs3]. [list of topics in a protracted activity (frame)] program. list. muster roll. 100} Unity. catalog. [computer-generated list] listing. (join) 43. roster. catalog. unattended. checker roll. list. singular. kithless[obs3]. adj. ace. address book. #86.N. unique. glossary. tabulate. isolated &c. sole. unite &c. arithmetical. menu. commensurable. card file. panel. terrier. be alone &c. unaccompanied. invoice. thesaurus. jury list. numerical. calendar. individual. 48.N. diptych. -. in numbers. measurably. cadaster. Domesday book. {opp. -. printout. first and last. render one. [list of topics in a document] contents. (disjoined) 44. V. adj. unification &c. unrepeated[obs3]. clergy list. no other. isolation &c.numbers to. muster book. incommensurate. insular. quantitatively. vocabulary. Guiness's Book of World Records. Red book. one. statistical. outline. Almanach de Gotha[obs3]. amount to. itemize. tally. V. table. docket. census. collate. apart. computable. listing. (combine) 48. word list. odd. carte[Fr]. lexicon. Adj. unitary.p. who's who. card index. bill of fare. roll. agenda. account. individuality. cadastral[obs3]. bead roll. almanac. directory. solus[Lat]. prospectus. isolate &c. inventory. unimodal 46 . solitary. numerable. one. returns. nautical almanac. bill of lading. sort.. programme[Brit]. numeral. Lloyd's register. bill of costs.

-. redouble. one by one. second. attendant. geminate. joint. arm in arm. Adj. couple. yoke. coefficient. bidental[obs3]. conjugate. #90. duality. (repeatedly) 104. copartner. Duality. inseverable[obs3]. bring in its train. twice. polarity. apart. reduplication. fellows. unijugate[obs3]. duplication. company. biplicity[obs3]. consort. Adv. shadow. partner. double. pair.N. along with. (repetition) 104. V. dualism. hanger on. bicephalous[obs3]. tete-a-tete. mate. twin. companionship. in the singular number.. bifarious[obs3]. binomial. attribute. dispermic[obs3]. attendant. Phr. gemini. fellow. duplicate. duplex &c. irresolvable[obs3]. yoke. gemination. one and a half. once more. associate. v. Adj. accessory. lone. copartnership. lonely. v. over again &c. duplex. synchronize &c. accompaniment. lonesome. as much again. sesqui-[obs3]. reduplicate. doublets. appendage. -. brace. ingemination[obs3]. appurtenance. duplicate. v. coexistence. wait on. 660. adjunct &c. companion. dyad. span. 104. bilateral. hang on. conjugation. fellow-traveller.]. twin. associate with. dispermy[obs3]. iteration &c.N. spouse. bifacial[obs3]. Adv. two hearts that beat as one". fellow. concomitant. Duplication. withal. only. conduplicate[obs3]. mate. associated with. deuce. coexist. cheek by jowl.. double-headed. duplicity. bicipital[obs3]. duet. twins. twin. e poi roppe la stampa[It]. together with. concomitant.. conduplicate[obs3]. indivisible. dualistic. 39. Phr. double.S. one at a time. cheeks. bilabiate. disomatous[obs3]. ingeminate[obs3]. biparous[obs3]. #89. couple with. doubling &c. coupled &c. keep company. accompanying &c. dreary. compact. biduous[obs3]. two. in company with. both. collectively. Siamese twins. bivalve. v. escort.[statistics]. unimodular[obs3]. bear company. double-faced. bivalvular[obs3]. doubled &c. du fort au faible [obs3][Fr]. coupled with. cheek by jole[obs3]. side by side. partnership. row in the same boat. span [U. obbligato. buddy. twin. together. association. bifold[obs3]. natura il fece [It]. 90. herewith. cortege. therewith. indiscerptible[obs3]. accessory. twosided. simply. bracket. diphyletic[obs3]. friend. coefficiency[obs3]. dual. desolate. hand in hand. colleague. (addition) 37. pair[unite in pairs]. Adj. V... accompany.N. alone. attend. twofold. couple. go hand in hand with. -. noscitur a sociis[Lat]. concomitance. per se. #88 Accompaniment. biformity[obs3]. virtutis fortuna comes[Lat]. atomic. with. satellite. binary. insecable|. "two souls with but a single thought. singly &c. renewal. and &c. in the abstract. both the one and the other. by itself. V. Castor and Pollux. dyadic[Math]. 120. context. in a body. two. Adv. 47 . repeat &c. binate[obs3]. biform[obs3]. renew &c. double. adj.

fork. tridentate. bifurcated. triarch. bifid. triunity[obs3]. divide with. ramification. treble.N. tripartite. [three dimensional object with four surfaces] tetrahedron. in the third place. #94. ramify. cut in two. go halves. prong. moiety. three times. secondly. Adj.. tertiary. tierce[obs3]. quadrangle. triquetral[obs3]. demi-. triple &c. triform[obs3].] Trisection. trisula[obs3]. out. divarication. cube. bifurcous[obs3]. -. branching. v. tridental[obs3]. tripartition[obs3]. bifurcation. trionym[obs3]. quaternity[obs3].N.N. halve. halving &c. tria juncta in uno[Lat]. Adj. #91. triplet. in the second place. three.twofold. Subdivide? --> #95. trigrammatic[obs3]. thirdly. triplication. tripetalous[obs3]. [planar form with four sides] tetract[obs3]. fold. tern. fork. -. distichous. third.note that square in the mathematical sense is more related to two than to four. trigrammic[obs3]. shamrock. threefold. triplicate. Triplication. bisection. quartet. trio. triplopia[obs3]. quarter. cube. triangular. trinal[obs3]. <-. trisulcate[obs3]. triplicity[obs3]. trifoliate. ternary. dichotomous. cube root. triple. tricapsular[obs3]. quaternion.S. divide into three parts. rectangle. again. trey. triskele[obs3].N. square. V. triangle. trisected &c. bifurcate. bisected &c.p. tetrad. cloven. 48 . trine. Triality[obs3]. hemi[obs3]. tricuspid. [Division into two parts. tetragon. 29 --> #92. spike-team [U.. tris-. semi-. Adj. forking. ternion[obs3]. triennium[obs3]. triad. triskelion. leash.]. tri-. bifurcate. triquetrous[obs3]. dichotomize. tridentiferous[obs3]. bisect. tripod. dichotomy. trebleness[obs3]. -. biconjugate[obs3]. adj. divide. separate. trichotomy. Pref. trinal[obs3].] bisection. bipartite. V. -.N. trisect. four. trifid. trident. trifurcate. Adv. Triadelphous[obs3]. cleft. trichotomous[obs3]. trefoil. split. tripodal. 93. dimidiation[obs3]. half. trebly &c.. [Division into three parts. Four. three . <-. branch off. bipartition. trinomial. Adj. subdichotomy[obs3]. ternary. furcular[obs3]. third part. #93. trireme. triple. triadie[obs3]. third. triseme[obs3]. bicuspid. tripodic[obs3]. v. third power. trigonal[obs3]. Phr. trigon[obs3]. thrice. cleave dimidiate[obs3]. v. Triality. trinity. trilogistic[obs3]. triplicate. trine. triune. trinomial. trisection. V. treble. -. three fold.

in one's 'teens. duodenary[obs3]. quadrigeminal[obs3].quadrature. quinquepartite. quaternary. hundredweight. decimal. plum. duodenal. -. tetract[obs3]. quarter of a hundred. thirteenth. ninefold. quadrable[obs3]. three score and ten. quinquesection &c. five. V. ban[Japanese]. denary[obs3]. fourth. three times three. Adj..]. ninety. Adv. Quinquesection. quartered &c. thirteen. fourthing)[obs3]. cinque[Fr]. decimate. sextuple. v. thousandth. centuplicate[obs3]. sixth. octifid[obs3]. dicker. quintuple. pentavalent. quadruplication. banzai[Japanese]. tetractic[obs3]. quadrigeminate[obs3]. quadrible[obs3]. thousand. [Division into four parts. quadriform. lac. trillion &c. #96. Adj.] Quadrisection. vigesimal. quad[coll.. quadrifoil. #97. ninth. -. multiply by four. quinary[obs3]. quinquarticular[obs3]. gross. fourth. centuriate[obs3]. two dozen. seventy. chiliad. twentyfive. sixty. million. ten. quadruplicate. &c. &c.. seventh. twenty-fourth &c. V. fourthly. twenty-four. myriad. decimal. quinquefid. dozen. &c. seven. billion. centennial. quinquesect. four and twenty. vicenary[obs3].N. #99. tenth. Adj. twelfth. rectangular. three score. five. hundredth. septuple. quadripartite. Adj. quartile. quincux[obs3]. quarter. octuple. Adj. centurial[obs3]. square. quadrumanous[obs3]. quint. six. 98. nine. quinqevalent. five and twenty. quadruple. score. V. milliard. twenty. farthing (i.N. quartern[obs3]. decade. centuple[obs3]. forty. secular. thousand years. quadrifoliate[obs3].. century. quadriserial[obs3]. four times. tenth. v. vicennial[obs3]. tetractinal[obs3]. fourscore and ten. quart. quintuplicate. square. ten thousand. eleventh. baker's dozen. quintuplet. centenary. quadrifoliolate[obs3]. biquadrate[obs3]. twentieth. thousand million.]. quadruplicate. half dozen. hecatomb. millennium. one hundred and forty-four. quarter. quatrefoil. long dozen. tithe. half-a-dozen. four score. four times. in the fourth place. V. [four fundamental studies] quadrivium. Five. eighty. twelve. quadrant. tenfold. quadriplanar[obs3]. quadrisection. -. reduce to a square. four. decimation.N. half a hundred.N. fourfold. grand[coll. tetragonal. #98. Quadruplication. vicesimal[obs3]. eighth. -. quadrifid[obs3]. V. [object or animal with four legs] tetrapod. quadruplet. [electromagnetic object] quadrupole. tetrad. one hundred thousand. eight. quinquelateral. quartering &c. decuple[obs3]. quadratic. hundred. fifth &c.e. quadrate. n. [geographical area with four sides] quadrangle. fifty. two score. senary[obs3]. quadripartition[obs3]. fifth. quaternal[obs3]. divide into four parts. ten thousand years. division by five &c. eleven. cwt. sestiad[obs3]. 49 . man[Japanese]. centenary.

majority. large number.not a. manifold. several. some ten or a dozen. sexagenary[obs3]. drove. enormous number. brood. nul.N. % 3. nobody. -. Adj. divers. Indeterminate Number % #100a. flight. sight. more than one. numerosity. 187. bushel. a hundred. 50 . swarm with. fractional. not a jot. not a smidgen of. numerous. -. multiple. multiple. multinominal. draught. certain. #102. swarm like locusts. a quantity. round number. nought. creep with. numerose[obs3]. nothing. half a hundred &c. [large number] multitude &c. V. various. upwards of. not a one. no one. array. farrow. inconsiderable. not a suspicion of. not a trace of. Adj. not any. 102. etc. profuse. a thousand. crowd. numerous &c. a number. not a drop of. Adj. nest. fry.p. Phr. plural. not a few. herd. swarm. adj. many. multiply. thick. nixie*. not one. host. majority. numerality. galaxy. a certain number. hundredth. swarm. multitude &c. nary a one [dial. absence &c. two or three &c. multiplicity. Adv. goose egg.duodecimal. lots. some forty or fifty &c. not an iota of. infinitesimal. very many.] Fraction -. not a soul. teeming. a quadrillion.. fragmentary.]. 102. zero. in profusion. void. nix*. millesimal &c. army.].N. (assemblage) 72. non deficit alter [Lat]. all in the world and his wife.. shoal. among other things. flock. swarm like bees. cloud. bevy. Multitude. negligible. ever so many. -. several. outnumber. half a dozen. full many. &c. not a hint of. 30 --> #100. [Increase of number] greater number. populous. twelfth. [Less than one. not alone &c.N. a nonillion. 87} [More than one. people.] Plurality. fraction. [obs3]<-. multiplied. some. sundry. scores. neither hide nor hair of. naught. Adj. multitudinous. zip. {opp. a few. part &c. 4[obs3]. (plenty) 639. not a speck of. null. Briarean. none. nichts[Ger. teem with. sexagesimal[obs3]. 51. Zero. come thick upon. peopled. crowded. fractional part. covey. profusion &c. numbers. ame qui vive[Fr]. never a. adj. legion. one or two. several.. peck.. multiplication. a few. sea. a million.. not a whit of.N. be numerous &c. plurality. inter alia[Lat].. a thousand and one. et cetera. multitude. centesimal. #101. great number. litter. zippo [all slang]. 87. a myriad. hive. crowd &c. not a shadow of. unsubstantiality &c. cipher. zilch.

reecho. rare. bis[obs3]. often. iteration. unrepeated[obs3]. Phr. plenty as blackberries. numerous as the hairs on the head. burden of a song. Repetition. reiterate. reverberation &c.p. over and over. ditto. go the same round. <-. many more. exiguous. thin. recursive [Math. rechauffe[Fr]. 32. rehearse. numerous as the sands on the seashore. incessant. anew. recurrence. return. no end of. unvaried. periodicity &c.. frequent. recursion [Comp]. cum multis aliis[Lat]. revert. old story. eliminate. cull. retold. rehearsal.studded. go over the same ground. Adj.. another. diminish the number. redundant. to be counted on one's fingers. repetition. encore. more than one can tell. reappear. and what not. redouble. 408. decimation. reiteration.N. a world of. thick as hops. recursively 51 . (restore) 660.. adj. (roll) 407. repeated &c. tautology. thick coming. pleonasm. renewal &c. echo. weeding &c. hardly any. scanty. iterate. chiming. above-said. small number. battology. v. over again. above-mentioned. aforenamed[obs3]. drumming &c. drum. chimes. reduce. din in the ear. reproduce. ding-dong. vel prece vel pretio[Lat][obs3]. afresh. once more. paucity. again. harp upon. handful. monotonous. thinly scattered. spotty. here and there.N. -. cuckoo &c. be few &c. new edition.. [Diminution of number] reduction. resume. acervatim[Lat]. repeat. "manyheaded multitude" [Sidney]. -. exiguity. run. V. repetitional[obs3]. small quantity &c. reduced &c. Adv. galore. thick coming. mocking. adj. "numerous as glittering gems of morning dew" [Young]. habitual &c. harp on the same string. repeatedly. reappearance. succession. #103. rifacimento[It]. adj. recurring. repetitionary[obs3]. Adj. recapitulate. scattered. endless &c. begin again. 613. second edition. eradication. iterative. few and far between. hammer. infrequency &c. infrequent &c. over and over again. tautophony. sarculation|. ever recurring. their name is "legion". never hear the last of. thick as hail. Fewness. ritornello[obs3]. 31 --> #104. do over again. en foule[Fr]. pleonastic. 137. diffuseness. scarcely any. repetend. weed. drum in the ear. say over again. numerous as the stars in the firmament. V. thin. 138. monotony. rhythm &c. harping. conjugate in all its moods tenses and inflexions[obs3]. (restoration) 660. maniple. reword. renew &c. return to.. (imitation) 19. v. render few &c. ring the changes on. old song. Adv. redundancy. battologize[obs3]. twice-told tale. elimination. harping. echo. da capo[It]. rarely. recurse [Comp]. refrain. and heaven knows what. decimate. fewness &c. minority. recur. recapitulation. (infinite) 105. Comp]. no end to. 138. again and again. scant. few. de novo. reproduction. 137. rari nantes[Latin]. rarity. recurrent. v. aforesaid.

Adv. full many a time. decade &c. intermittence. season. be infinite &c. perpetuity &c. for the time being. Phr. pass time. 134. time and again. toujours perdrix[Fr]. moment. immense. when. V. year after year. "cut and come again" [Crabbe]. without end. infinitude. day by day. year. Adj. -. Phr. time after time. a number of times. occupy time. 109. pendency[obs3]. up to this point. adj. all along. (period) 108. all the time. persist. inexhaustible. (diuturnity)[obs3] 110. by that time. know no limits. numberless. respite. use time. cantilenam eandem canis [Lat][Terence]. many times over. for good &c. glass of time. noiseless foot of time. at that point in time. tide over. "tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow" [Macbeth]. infiniteness &c. V. till. during. at that point. intermediate time. have no limits. ad infinitum. during the time. (be inactive) 683. march of time. boundlessness. day by day &c. limitless. unlimited. (instant) 113.. yet. Adj. incomprehensible. immeasurable. whirligig of time. 136. employ time. without limit. frequently &c. unapproachable. untold. interregnum. unmeasured. in the course of. pending. in the meantime. (completely) 52. course &c. infinitely &c. termless[obs3]. intervention.. 52 .[Comp]. take time. sands of time. waste time &c. Infinity. TIME 1.have no bounds. on foot. the whole time. interim. elapse &c. go on for ever. meantime. ravages of time. the whole period. time of life. interminable. many a time. prior to this. without measure. time. while. infinity. arrow of time. &c. indefinite. from day to day. Adv. as far as.N. age. in the time of. while.. illimited[obs3]. #105. while away time. date. stage. infinite. boundless.. for a season. unfathomable. so far. countless.. 112. interval. remain. throughout &c. river of time. heretofore. ad interim. space. "as boundless as the sea" [Romeo and Juliet]. epoch. endless. intermission. the whole time. -. term. from hour to hour &c. meanwhile. adj. sumless[obs3]. for a time. ecce iterum Crispinus[Lat]. in the interim. consume time. know no bounds. pass away time. continuing &c. unnumbered. spell. nullum est jam dictum quod non dictum sit prius [Lat][Terence]. ABSOLUTE TIME % #106. fill time. pendente lite[Lat]. interlude. snap. 112. Father Time. v. hereunto. % SECTION VI. continue last endure. hold out. hourly. talk against time. (durable) 110. take up time. whilst. up to. go on. perpetual &c. seize an opportunity &c.. exhaustless.N. intervene. during the interval. duration. era. many times. unbounded. space-time. incalculable. several times. Time. without number. de die in diem[Lat]. innumerable. illimitable. spend time. until. measureless. scythe. adj. span. always. permanent &c. period. 109.

tract of time.. anno Domini. an age. nevermore. "neverness". used is life" [Young]. ad calendas Groecas[Lat]. a length of time. flight of time. carpe diem[Lat]. at no time. wear on. slip. #108a. week. a long time. 112. in due season. be -past &c. on no occasion.D. Phr. "tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow creeps in this petty pace from day to day" [Macbeth]. pass by. month. whereupon. sweep of time.G. volat hora per orbem [Lat][Lucretius]. dies non. v. roll on. Rossetti]. truditur dies die [Lat][Horace]. period. time marches on. or portion of time.] Period. diuturnity[obs3]. elapsing &c. anno regni[Lat]. current of time. " rich with the spoils of time" [Gray]. 106. ne'er[contr].. thereupon..] Diuturnity. annual &c. decenniumm lustrum[obs3]. in due time.C. dog's age. era. horary[obs3]..U. during good behavior. step of time. progressive.S. A. course of time.Adv. #110. truditur dies die [Lat][Horace]. in time.-. A. race against time. [Indefinite time] aorist[obs3]. "panting Time toileth after him in vain" [Johnson]. corridors of time. one day. a blue moon. Adj. quinquennium. A. lifetime. quarter.R. annus magnus[Lat]. #108. go by.C. on the second Tuesday of the week. minute.. "time wasted is existence. [Long duration. no time. one fine morning. then. Neverness. [Indefinite duration. perpetuity &c. tide of time. millennium.] Course.N. 53 . in the fullness of time. second. Adj. "time and tide wait for no man". decade. time is of the essence. Tib's eve. time runs against. lapse. hour. advance. Contingent Duration. blue moon. fugaces labuntur anni [Lat][Horace]. A. <-. hourly. slide. tempus edax rerum [Lat][Horace]. in no degree. epoch. V. age.p. tempus fugit [Lat. ante Christum. flow. Adv. lunation[obs3]. time flies. press on. pass. "Time rolls his ceaseless course" [Scott]. flux of time. flow of time. before Christ. process of time. "Time the foe of man's dominion" [Peacock]. slowness &c. at no period. lapse of time. stream of time. absence of time. "the long hours come and go" [C. anno urbis conditae[Lat]. march of time. day. 32 --> #107.hereupon. generation. moon. never. #109. century. -. 275. vesta of time[obs3]. glide. year. progress of time. never in all one's born days. (periodical) 138. an eternity. when Hell freezes over. Phr.]. ghurry[obs3]. "the time is out of joint" [Hamlet]. fly.N. "'gainst the tooth of time and razure of oblivion " [Measure for Measure]. -. quamdiu se bene gesserit[Latin]. during pleasure. Greek Kalends. Adv. run out. -. run. flit. [Definite duration. in in due course. labitur et labetur [Lat][Horace]. 122. in due process. run its course.]. B. a century. coon's age [U. succession of time. sine die. expire.N.N. racing the clock. elapse. -. once upon a time. one fine day. aoristic[obs3]. duration &c.C. time runs out. once. proceed..

persistence. vanish. drag its slow length along. awhile. perennial. of long-standing. endure. instantaneous. durability. longevity &c. long. #111. delay &c.durableness. fly. fleeting. long-lived. transient. Adj. stand. shifting. passing. drag on. mortal. for a long time. one's days are numbered. persistent. v. 275. cursory. pro tempore[Lat]. live to fight again. nine days' wonder. V. adj. deciduous. between cup and lip. caducity[obs3]... draw out. unremitting. continuance. here today and gone tomorrow. gallop. interregnum. lifelong. transient boarder. for a time. for the moment. survivance[obs3]. adj[obs3]. Mayfly. spasmodic. last. prolonged. Adv. Adv. provisional. intransitive. 113. permanent. lingering. livelong.S. briefly &c. flit. lengthen out. for good. pass away. -. pass away like a summer cloud. make time. flash in the pan. pressed for time &c. for many a long day. on the point of. drag a lengthening chain. (age) 128. durable. V. extension of time. brave a thousand years. of long duration. adj. non semper erit aestas[Lat][obs3]. fade. remain. abide. precarious. continue. hour after hour. 274. outlast. adj[obs3]. long-standing. temporize. in transitu[Lat]. Phr. intransmutable[obs3]. [Short duration. dum loquimur fugerit invidia aetas[Lat][obs3]. <-. all the year round. transitory. perishable. impermanence. soon &c. survive. unrelenting. sempervirid[obs3]. sic transit gloria mundi[Lat]. for ever so long. the time is up. transience. (in a past time) 122.]. protraction of time. spin out. pass away like a shadow. 33 --> 54 . transient guest [U. intransient[obs3].. protract. mortality. slow &c. unintermitting[obs3].. quick. temporary.. all the day long.. adj. unstable. a schoolboy's tale. temporal. spun out &c. longwinded. v. extemporaneous. en passant[Fr]. momentaneous[obs3]. distance of time. evaporate. eke out. longo intervallo[It]. sempervirent[obs3]. momentary &c. fugacious. bubble. temporarily &c. tarry &c. (early) 132. protracted. adj. the livelong day. the wonder of the hour! [Byron]. evanescent. morning noon and night. permanence &c. 149. brief. fugitive. as the day is long. insecure. on the eve of. summary. diuturnal[obs3]. outlive. in a short time. pass away like a cloud. for ages. evergreen. macrobiotic. prolongation of time. &c. transientness &c.] Transientness.p. for an age.. impermanent.N. be transient &c. at short notice. lastingness &c. long-pending. transitive. longeval[obs3]. changeableness &c.. lasting &c. temporary arrangement. endlessness. span. gain time. fugacity[Chem]. long ago &c. (lateness) 133. brisk. in articulo. standing. sudden. evanescence. talk against time. day after day. ephemeral. (haste) 684. 112. pass away like a dream. permanently &c. short-lived. all that is transitory is but an illusion [Goethe]. (be late) 133. endless. chronic. slippery. spurt. flying &c. v. fugit hora[Lat]. provisory. (stability) 150 survival. Adj. (instantaneous) 113. perpetual &c. velocity &c. suddenness &c. prolong. transient. eheu! fugaces labuntur anni[Lat].

ephemeris. evergreen.N. instantaneous. ever-flowing. everduring[obs3]. sempiternity[obs3]. unending. breath. Phr. Adv. (very frequently) 136. incessant. be instantaneous &c. everness[obs3]. precipitous. measurement. at a stroke. coeternal. calendar. just then. at one jump. ohne Rast [Ger][Goethe's motto]. in a moment &c. almanac. flash. horology.. for aye. ever. Adv. on the spot. unending. ceaseless. trice. speedy. to the crack of doom. registry. perpetuity. abrupt. slap-dash &c. agelessness[obs3]. hasty. in the twinkling of an eye. Phr. to the "last syllable of recorded time" [Macbeth]. in the same breath. fleet. perpetual. time of night. interminability[obs3]. immediate. #114. minute. crack. instantaneity. everlasting.quick as thought. endless. immortality. "Eternity! thou pleasing.. eternize. till doomsday.. per saltum[Lat]. twinkling. in less than no time. hour. continued existence. instantaneously &c. no sooner said than done. adj. quick as a flash. perpetually &c. n. in one's tracks. immediacy..N. era. minute. extempore. very minute &c. unfading[obs3]. all at once. instant.lively. right time. aye. [Point of time] Instantaneity. at once. always. exact correct time. never-dying. perpetuation. adj. in the blink of an eye. immediately &c. indesinent[obs3]. "her immortal part with angels lives" [Romeo & Juliet]. endless. last forever. imperishable. sudden. rapid (velocity) 274. sempiternal[obs3]. at the same instant &c. in no time. flash of lightning. abruptness. "but thou shall flourish in immortal youth" [Addison]. immortal. for ever and ever. very time. in secula seculorum[Lat]. -N. and record of time. instantaneousness. touch and go. instant. chronometry. adj. eternity. horometry[obs3]. V. style. undying. endure forever. fast. quick as lightning. no sooner said than done. n. rapid as electricity. in a trice. uno saltu[Lat]. amaranthine. perpetuate. go on forever. -. chronicle. second.] Perpetuity. precipitate. forevermore. swift . subito[obs3]. date. twinkle. eternal. continual. toute a l'heure[Fr]. annals. [Estimation. epoch. in all ages. uninterrupted. V. register. without end. epoch. deathless. ever-living. permanence (durability) 110. slap. till the end of the universe. to the end of time. time of day. uninterrupted existence. having no end. "at one fell swoop". adj. quick. have no end. dreadful thought" [Addison]. everlastingness &c. on the moment. very hour. Adj. flash. stroke of time. ora e sempre[It]. suddenness. (haste) 684. presto. unceasing. labitur et labetur in omne volubilis oevum [Lat][Horace]. suddenly. time without end. from age to age. perennity[obs3].. on the spur of the moment. like a shot. aye. forever and a day. neverending[obs3].] Chronometry. subitaneous[obs3]. athanasia[obs3]. blitz. 55 . discontinuous. [Endless duration. plump. for ever. precipitant. interminable. instanter. constantly &c. -. true time. present time. coup. moment. jiffy. esto perpetuum[Lat]. right away. burst. world without end. #113. time. evermore. never-fading.. momentary. (early) 132.#112. Adj.

quartz watch. anticipate. trecento[obs3]. clock. be beforehand &c. perpetual calendar. measure time. hourglass. horologe. previous. Chinese calendar. take no note of time. Adj. precedent. anticipate. dawn. posteriority. precursor &c. prior. preexisting.. Phr. Posteriority. synchronize watches. anterior. aforementioned. introductory &c. presage &c. said. repeater. before now. backdate. 135[obs3]. precedence. beforementioned. misdated &c. foregoing. on the eve of. disregard of time. prolepsis. herald. forerun. misdate. Adv. beforehand. abovementioned. pre-existent. already. chronogrammatical[obs3]. priority. prior to. fix the time. (precursory) 64. the past &c. pendulum clock. postdate. chronogram. previously &c. V. anteriority. Priority. ere now. chronoscope[obs3]. anachronism. 122. lose track of time. intempestivity &c. beforehand. ghurry[obs3].p. cuckoo clock. 64. Adj. past due. antecedence. succession. undated. ere then. former. Julian calendar. yet. chronometer. grandfather's clock. metachronism. mark time. earlier. anticipation. Time with reference to Succession % #116. prior tempore prior jure[Lat]. pocket watch. afore[obs3]. diary. o'clock. clock radio. have the start. V. watch. mark the time. beat time. oblivion of time. Adj. timekeeper. #117. erewhile[obs3]. timekeeper. before. -.. usher in. sundial. aforehand[obs3]. digital clock. chronographer[obs3]. fiscal year. preexist. leap year. Adv. quattrocento[obs3]. Swiss watch. dial. (lead) 280. aforesaid. timepiece. chronologist. date. chronometrical[obs3]. gain the start. steal a march upon. preceding. (be early) 132. pre-existence. erewhile[obs3]. out of date. gnomon. sequence. analog clock. stopwatch. before then. V. antedate. 34 --> % 2. #115. wall clock. <-. Jewish calendar. antichronism. overdue.N. annalist. antecedent. -. cinquecento[Fr]. Gregorian calendar. anachronize[obs3]. chronograph. RELATIVE TIME 1. go before &c. prochronism. [False estimate of time. clepsydra[obs3]. precession &c. wristwatch. chronicle. atomic clock. neglect of time. adj. -. premises. water clock. pendulum.journal. misdate. ere. chronologer. calendar year.N. overdate[obs3]. chronological. bear date.] Anachronism. forestall. Farmer's almanac. theretofore. precede. 56 . [Instruments for the measurement of time]. register. 280. v. come before. 511. alarm clock.N. parachronism.

keep pace with. postnate[obs3]. ensue. postdiluvial[obs3]. age. hour. our times.N. posterior. go after. synchronize. some one of these days. different time. at another. at hand. whenever. #119. crisis. 65. the times. the present occasion. occur. later. the present moment. since. upon. on which occasion. 281. come after. 281 after.following &c. upon which. postdiluvian[obs3]. after. at which time. simultaneity &c. coeval. Adj. from that time. posthumous. concurrent. synchronous. concomitant. to the present day. other time. pro hac vice[Lat]. current. Synchronism. from that moment. coevous[obs3]. modern times. extant. eftsoons|. Adj. thereafter. close upon. go hand in hand. already. at this moment &c. at present. 113. Phr.. step into the shoes of. at this time of day. postprandial. synchronal[obs3]. coetanian[obs3]. -. the present juncture. aoristic. next. synchronic. synchronistical[obs3]. when. indefinite. on the nail. follow &c. subsequence. at a subsequent. successor. coexisting. up-to-date. concurrence. at a different. 35 --> #120. subsequent. at a later period... -. until now. interim. nowadays. following. Adj. 121. today. contemporary. nonce. on the spot. future &c. V. after a while. the time being. today. present. thereupon. for the time being. even now. some other time. simultaneousness. concomitance. -. nowadays. existing. on the spur of the moment. afterdinner. puisne|!. concur. accompany. <-. by and by. once upon a time. after a time. actual. coincident. not now. 121. "the present hour alone is man's " [Johnson].p.. remainder. one of these days. the present. at some other. for the nonce. at that instant. 57 . postliminious[obs3]. reversion. on that occasion. then. [Time different from the present.N. epoch. Adv. now. at any. the twentieth century. some day. whensoever. afterwards. simultaneous. some time or other. contemporaneous. sequel &c. [Indefinite time] aorist. coexistence. subsequently. upon which. at various times. at that time.N. at that moment. succeeding. at this time. Adv. at the present time &c. Adj. these days. to this day. #118. supervention. coincidence. the existing time. synchronism. eventually. the present time. succeed. time of life.time. synchronical. The Present Time. Adv. adj. later. supervene. one fine morning. that is. V. coexist. just now. n. up-to-the-moment. unity of time. after. futurity &c. contemporary. in process of time. but now. present-day. on the present occasion. instant. [Having equal times] isochronism[obs3]. at a later date. sooner or later.] Different time. in the sequel. the present day. day.

soon &c. rust of antiquity [study of the past] paleontology. Oldbuck. times of yore. in prospect &c. henceforth. subsequent days. near. times of old. 510. look forwards. paleology[obs3]. 113. just as. days gone by. morrow.] Futurity. priority &c. status quo. in concert. former times. (expectation) 507. coming hours. (impending) 152. antiquity. on the eve of. (expect) 507. the past. prospect &c.preterition. retrospection. (be destined) 152. approach of time advent. after age. in course of time. approaching age. coming ages. (while) 106. Pre-Raphaelite. from this time. -. antiquary. the good old days. isochronous. future. millennium. antiqueness[obs3]. fore time. anticipate &c. paleogeography. paulo post futurum[Lat]. [Prospective time.[obs3]. days past. the olden time. approaching days. subsequent age. Adv. (foresee) 510. coming time. forestall &c. hereafter. after hours. old times. on the point of. [Retrospective time. doomsday. ultimately. remote past. times past. <-. foresight &c. approaching hours. memory &c. #122. coming days. times gone by. remote time. approaching life. approaching years. as soon as. impend &c. kal[obs3]. to come. paleobotany. after days. on the brink of. in process of time. paleoclimatoogy. Pre-Raphaelitism. adj. simultaneously &c. medievalist. the day after tomorrow. close at hand. paleography. 152. Adv. auld lang syne[obs3]. eventually. henceforwards[obs3]. medievalism. after time. draw near. subsequent ages. threaten. subsequent time. Adj. archmologist &c. come on. after a time. #121. crack of doom.N. day of judgment. pari passu[Lat]. past time. (early) 132. during the same time. remote age. (be early) 132. tomorrow. destiny &c. time drawing on. meanwhile &c.] The Past -. after years.coetaneous[obs3]. future. futurity. coming years. palaetiology[obs3]. at the same time. thenceforth. after life. 116 --> laudator temporis acti[Lat]. sooner or later. subsequent life. close upon. hereafter. prospectively. one of these days. approaching time. ancient times. draw on. in the fullness of time. heirs posterity. V. ulterior. coming life. await. 505. retrospect. antiquarianism. together. coming age. paleozoology. subsequent years. heritage. in the same breath. good old time. 58 . futurition. about to.. eld|. eventual. looking back. in future. womb of time. bygone days. (expectation) 507. coming &c. after ages. paleoecology. Dryasdust. distance of time. whereupon. subsequent hours. archaeology. in the interim. at the very moment &c. thenceforward. paleography. days of old. after a while. in after time.originally . next. Phr. coeternal. time to come. approach. thence.N. proximo[Lat]. upon which. approaching ages. antiquarian. remote future. days of yore. time immemorial. quid sit futurum cras fuge quaerere [Latin][Horace]. eventuality. as one. archaism.

modernize. parvenu. ago. formerly. just now. years ago. "the eternal landscape of the past" [Tennyson]. ultimo. young &c. pass off. retroactive. raw. in fashion. have expired &c. preterlapsed[obs3]. v. unbeaten. gloss of novelty. heretofore. adj. up to date. yeasty. pass by. long ago. novelty. nouveau. trace back. new-fashioned. archaeological &c. lapse. youth &c. never to return. the time has been.]. sempervirent[obs3]. novel. Phr. lately &c. hypermodern. una scopa nuova spazza bene[It]. a long time ago. with it. no more. from time immemorial. renovated. blown over. go away . preterperfect[obs3]. fire-new. gone by. new-fangled. till now. renovation &c. over. span-new. pass away. of yore. some time since.]. have had its day. just out. the day before yesterday. anciently. evergreen. yesteryear. mushroom. recency. green. latterly. fresh as a rose.. afresh. of yesterday. not long ago. foregoing. retrospective. V.p. whilom. Phr. hip [coll. adj. late. vernal. immaturity. <-. pristine. of late. modernism. elapsed. pass. neonatal[med. obsolete &c. go off. V. some time back. "what's past is prologue" [Tempest].. fuimus Troes [Lat][Vergil]. adj. new. 127. ancestral. archaeo-. 127. bygone. untried. latest fashion. adj. recent. preterpluperfect[obs3]. latter. ultimus Romanorum[Lat]. fresh. 59 . tempi passati[It]. exploded. "whose yesterdays look backward with a smile" [Young]. ages ago. time out of mind. erewhile[obs3]. quondam. long since. retrospectively. fresh as paint. unsettled. gone. time was. exhume. 36 --> #123. over. unhandseled[obs3]. some time ago. in the memory of man. no longer. di novello tutto par bello[It]. you can't go home again.ancestry &c. anew. already. former. foregone. of old. fashionable. newly &c. from prehistoric times. gone with the wind. the other day. once upon a time.. lapsed. untrodden. looking back &c. (old) 124. up to the minute. cast the eyes back. in the olden time &c. has-been. fruit Ilium [Vergil]. new-born. neoteric. once. expired. (paternity) 166. brand-new. up to this time. go by . irrecoverable. a short time ago. new-fledged. yesterday.. late. have run its course. blow over. Adj. last year. -. recent. before now.. the time hath been. n. over night. fresh as a daisy. (newly) 123.N. hoc erat in more majorum[Lat]. a long while. (restore) 660. erst[Ger]. only yesterday. newness &c. Adj. spick and span. untrod. bid time return" [Richard II]. forgotten. ere now. antediluvian. yet. sempervirid[obs3]. ex post facto. ci-devant[Fr]. virgin. innovation. time was. passed away. paleo-. hitherto. "O call back yesterday. that has been. renew &c. antebellum. look back. immature. past. n. Newness. last. (restoration) 660. lately. run out. Adv. extinct. in. Adv. be past &c. nullum est jam dictum quod non dictum est prius[Lat]. nascent.. modern.

primigenous[obs3].000.000. archaic. old-fashioned. obsolete. of long standing.m. age.0000.000]. medieval. senile &c. rococo. paleocrystic[obs3]. common law. senesce. Oldness. entre chien et loup[Fr].N. matutinal[obs3]. Permian[270. out of fashion.000. Cambrian[600. Jurassic[180. a.000.000. Pre-Raphaelite. aboriginal &c.. Tertiary[70. Proterozoic[1. since the year one..000. Mesozoic[220. prescriptive. old as Methuselah.000]. antediluvian. firstborn. colonial. sunup.000]. fade. protohistoric[obs3].000]. (deteriorated) 659. immemorial. Mississippian[350. V. adj[obs3]. rooted. relic of the past. cobwebs of antiquity. twilight. [geological eras (list. Pliocene. Adv.000]. have seen its day.000]. foreday[obs3]. matin. starting at given number of years bp)] Archeozoic[5.000. Paleogene[70. Pennsylvanian[300.000. "when the morning dawns". [Noon. Oligocene. Silurian[440. the small hours. morning.000.000]. ancestral. of other times. time worn. old-world. Adj.000]. noontide. prime. first flush of the morning. adj. noontime. Phr.000]. primordinate[obs3]. prime. Paleozoic[600.000]. noon. midsummer.000. prime of the morning. be old &c. primitive.000]. archaism &c. primogeniture. starting at 70. nooning. paleozoic. paleozoolical.. "flames in the forehead of the morning sky" [Milton]. preadamite[obs3].. primordial. at sunrise &c. Quaternary[1. cockcrowing[obs3]. gone out. 60 . Cretaceous[135. Adv. Miocene. Adj. dayspring[obs3]. patriarchal. aurora. 128. old as Adam[obs3]. cockcrow.000. classic. #125. forenoon. out of date. decline. daybreak. secondhand. decay. crepuscule. Triassic[220. paleoanthropological. passe. the wee hours of the morning. "the breezy call of incense-breathing morn" [Gray]. Eocene. peep of day. antiquity. dawn. old as the hills.000. customary.000. thing of the past. 128. age. behind the age. time-honored. preglacial[obs3]. precolumbian. . adj. "at shut of evening flowers" [Paradise Lost].000. since the days of Methuselah.500.000]. with the lark.000]. whereof the memory of man runneth not to the contrary. sunrise.000. fossil. old. midday. Morning. diluvian[obs3]. Neocene[25.000]. of the old school.000. tradition.000. eldership.000]. black-letter. Cenozoic[70. first point of Aries. spring. antemundane[obs3]. Ordovician[500. noonday. summer.] -. run out. paleolontological.N. venerable. old as history.000. vernal. antebellum. Recent. with the sun. inveterate.000]. eldest. ancient. n. meridian. Pleistocene. have had its day.000. morn. primeval. vernal equinox. [geological periods (list)] Precambrian.000. antiquated.. exploded. prime. paleoanthropic[obs3]. Devonian[400. since the world was made. senility &c. crumbling &c. traditional. immemorial usage. Sanskrit.000].000 years bp)] Paleocene. maturity. out of it. (the past) 122.000].000]. Phr. stale. gone by. [geological epochs (list. paleolithic. custom. prescription. after-age. vetera extollimus recentium incuriosi [Lat][Tacitus]. become old &c. paleontologic.#124. oldness &c. break of day. prehistoric. seniority. (beginning) 66. first blush of the morning. -. megatherium[obs3]. elder. antique.

firstborn. -. decline of life.] geriatrics. old age. climacteric. no chicken. venerable. teens. the glad season of life" [Carlyle]. bis pueri senes [Lat]. declining. cradle. nursery. youthhood[obs3]. second childishness.#126.m. gerontic. curfew. waning. second childhood. old as Methuselah. "sear and yellow leaf" [Macbeth]. in one's teens. senescence. fall of the leaf. postmeridian. callow. childhood.. tender age. "midnight. "give me a staff of honor for my age" [Titus Andronicus].N. Evening. sappy. evening. school days. babyhood. like the last of pea time. junior. run to seed. anility[obs3]. in years. rising generation.] -. p. doyen. dodder. nocturnal. longevity. threescore years and ten. (ancient) 124. " youth . gray hairs. fall. turned of. caducity[obs3]. bloom. patriarchal. primogeniture. youth. beardless. juvenility. "this gorgeous arch with golden worlds inlay'd" [Young]. dead of night. springtide of life[obs3]. pucelage[obs3]. effete. minority. Phr. heyday of youth. be aged &c. killing time. witching time of night. sundown. gloaming. ripe. Adj. sunset. [Midnight. the outpost of advancing day" [Longfellow]. passe. firstling. fall of day.p. juvenescence[obs3]. decline. senility.. eldership. eleventh hour. decrepitude. golden years. eldest. decrepit. 124. witching hour. age. &c. mellow. [Science of old age. juvenile. witching hour of night. grow old. St. years old. adj. Adj. advanced in life.N. (veteran) 130. vespertine. seedtime of life. pupilage. golden season of life. cock. "youth on the prow and pleasure at the helm" [Gray]. . Phr. afternoon. unfledged. advanced age. antiquated. father. dusk. candlelight. autumn. years. anile|. nightfall. bedtime. eventide. advanced in years. elder. winter. declining years. wane. budding. Indian summer. autumnal. #128. -. marked withthe crow's foot. in statu pupillari[Lat]. doting &c. (imbecile) 499. dotage. vale of years. autumnal equinox. green. Adj. Youth. hoar. gray.N. girlhood. juniority[obs3]. aged. Phr. candlelighting[obs3]. leading strings. "sablevested Night" [Milton]. plenus annis abiit plenus honoribus [Lat][Pliny the Younger]. hoary. hebetic[obs3]. eve. senesce. green old age. dewy eve.. seniority. Martin's summer. boyhood. time-worn. elders &c. ancestral. puisne. Age. midnight. past one's prime. prime of life. age. close of day. elderly. . adj. superannuated. puberty. infancy. peu de gens savent elre vieux[Fr]. geriatric. nonage. matronly. twilight. Luke's summer. going down of the sun. superannuation. hoary age. decline of day. stricken in years. <-. oldness[obs3] &c. flower of life. gray-headed. incunabula. V. grand climacteric. ripe age. having one foot in the grave. time of life. St. get old &c. senile. of a certain age. wrinkled. youthful. senior. old &c. younger. nostology|. "old age is creeping on apace" 61 . adj. 37 --> #127. under age. young.shut. older.

-. suddenness &c. in long clothes. woman &c. Adj. youngun. suckling. 62 . forestall. out of one's teens. engage. V. younker[obs3]. adj. maid.. matronly. yearling. grown up. boyish. cub. adj. chit. come of age. of full age. 133} earliness &c. Infant. meridian of life. seedling. babe in arms. (activity) 682. infant. adolescent. 31]. spring of life. aurelia[obs3]. take time by the forelock. in one's teens. whipster[obs3]. bratling[obs3]. brat. -. anticipation. hobbledehoy. adult. old stager. mature. seer. crone. nestling. bantling. Phr. hoyden. marriageable. in swaddling clothes. -. Adj. scion. pullet. damsel. octogenarian. minor. #129.N. tendril. whippersnapper. 125. have sown one's mild oats. gain time. chicken.. Earliness. in the cradle. colt. bespeak. cocoon. in one's prime. to grow old gracefully. cadet. lamb. miss. ripe age. assume the toga virilis[Lat]. adolescence. V. (instantaneity) 113. middle-aged. youngster. lambkin[obs3]. at the breast. a stitch in time. (velocity) 274. Veteran. steal a march upon. sap. lad. gain the start. have cut one's eyeteeth. pubescence. promptitude &c. babyish. patriarch. adult. baby. weanling. childish. forefathers &c. Adolescence. lassie.N. pupa. flower of age. gaffer. little one. have the start. Time with reference to an Effect or Purpose % #132. pubescent. callant[obs3]. orphan. old Parr. attain majority. prime of life. nympha[obs3]. wench.. pup. 373. chrysalis. lass. secure. infantine[obs3]. "slow-consuming age"' [Gray]. vagitus. 38 --> #131. come to years of discretion. calf. sexagenarian. grandfather. nymph. elf. gammer. callow. maiden. womanly. new-fledged. master.-. centenarian. tadpole. stripling. manly. "to vanish in the chinks that Time has made" [Rogers]. bambino. child. adultism. % 3. caterpillar. puerile. adultness &c. kid. punctuality. come to man's estate. dotard &c. no chicken. graybeard. be beforehand &c. veteran. nonagenarian. papoose. boy. in leading strings. infantile. draw on futurity. staddle[obs3]. haste &c. youth. bairn. pickaninny. unfledged. #130. nurseling. foetus. whelp. Nestor. 374. codlin . precocity. full grown. babe. callow. preadamite[obs3]. {ant. schoolboy.p. prematurity. virgin. larva. demoiselle. majority. Methuselah. urchin. virile. girlish. precipitation. adj. adv. pantaloon. olive branch. be early &c.N. grandsire. elders. anticipate.[Byron]. of age. in arms. maturity full age. "the hoary head is a crown of glory" [Proverbs xvi. keep time. old man. whiffet [obs3][U. newborn.]. virility.S.. manhood. kittenish. girl. baby. "the silver livery of advised age" [II Henry VI]. of ripe age. foal.codling.N. fry. <-. nubile. "superfluous lags the veteran on the stage" [Johnson]. morning &c. grandam. hopeful. (paternity) 166. man &c. 501. kitten.

not a minute too soon. on the spur of the moment. rath[obs3]. -. retard. dance attendance. Adj. beforehand.preengage[obs3]. put off. push to the last. retardation. expedite &c. v. table [parliamentary]. prolongation. straight. Adj. if not sooner. at the deadline. prorogation. on the spur of the occasion [Bacon]. #132a. moratorium. adjourn. (hurry) 684. offhand. stave off. adjournment. rath[obs3]. adj. in good time.. prompt. unexpected &c. lay over. anticipatory. near. await &c. 63 . immediately. {ant. (active) 682. prime. loiter. no sooner said than done. wait. keep back. summary. lengthen out. shortly. dawdle &c. in military time. respite. dally. stand over. Adv. medecine expectante[Fr]. summarily. in a while. near at hand. tide over. shift off. suspend. stay of execution. at sight. 135. betimes. punctuality. directly. forward. (quicken) 274. in time. deferral &c. 132} lateness &c. Phr. temporize. 508.. to the minute. delation. precipitately &c. accelerate. briefly. sit up at night. be prompt. anon. eft. sit up. Fabian policy. delay. (slowness) 275. unexpectedly &c. immediately. eftsoons. bide. before one's time. postpone. just under the wire. forthwith.. faire antichambre[Fr][obs3]. in due time. incontinently. almost immediately. in anticipation. stretch out. before the ink is dry. before one can say "Jack Robinson". prompt &c.. (expect) 507. premature. presently at the first opportunity. extempore. sudden &c. out of hand. be on time. postponement. . be in time. kick one's heels. waive. on the spot. make haste &c. tarry. by a hair's breadth.N. in time. quickly. spin out. gain time. with no time to spare. straightforth[obs3]. tout vient a temps pour qui sait attendre[Fr]. V. remand. in no long time. apace. arrive on time. (hastily) 684. precisely. early. a' vue d'oeil[Fr]. at once. deferring. draw out. precipitate. suddenly &c. speedily. take one's time. (store) 636. lose an opportunity &c. be in the nick of time. cool one's heels. 508. before long. high time. at short notice. #133. before its time. immediate. (be inactive) 683. defer. drive to the last. by and by. pause. on the instant. leeway. (instantaneous) 113. right on time. chancery suit. federal case. early.N. adj. punctual. holdover. protraction. prematurely &c. linger. straightway. Punctuality -. be late &c. Adv. ere long. Phr. take time. consult one's pillow. procrastination. sleep on it. prolong. lie over. shortly. (instantaneously) 113. procrastinate. cunctation. tardiness &c. reserve &c. too soon. bide one's time. prevenient[obs3]. V. in pudding time|. exactly. reprieve. wait impatiently. Lateness. precocious. time enough. get on board before the train leaves the station. delay. promptness. prorogue. on time. hang fire. let the matter stand over. immediateness. stay. punctually. be kept waiting. adj. in the nick of time. touch and go. soon. protract. timely. seasonable.

poor timing. incidentally. inexpedience. come to think of it. opportunely &c. obiter dicta. too late for &c. dilatory &c. by the by. 64 . 784 an opportunity. in abeyance. spare time &c. given time. lateward[obs3]. by the way. nosce tempus[Lat]. give &c. one's hour is come. (slow) 275. unreasonableness &c. too late. in proper time.. ex quovis ligno non fit Mercurius[Lat]. critical. late in the day. use &c. <-. timeful[obs3]. (take) 789 an opportunity. nunc aut nunquam[Lat]. after time. for the nonce. providential. at length. favorable opportunity. pro hac vice[Lat]. contretemps. suit the occasion &c. now that you mention it. seize the present hour. not the right occasion. unseasonableness. occasion. nonum prematur in annum [Lat][Horace]. on the spur of the moment. proper season .p. 23. Occasion. anachronism &c. tardy. ultimately. parenthetically. strike while the iron is hot. opening. Phr. in the nick of time.N. fortunate. late. intempestivity[obs3]. belated.N. that reminds me. 115. slow. clear stage. {ant. 135. Phr. Adv. opportuneness &c. adj. leisurely. backward. slowly. well timed opportunity. turning point. turn.Adj. adj. suitable &c. mollia tempora[Lat][obs3].. en passant[Fr]. 134} untimeliness. suitable time. improve the occasion. tempestivity[obs3]. seasonable. sine die [parl. posthumous. serotine[obs3]. Untimeliness -. all in good time. in proper course. unsuitable time.]. 677 an opportunity. delayed &c. v. in due time. at sunset. room. while on the subject. postponed. event (eventuality) 151. prendre la balle au bond[Fr]. lucky. extempore. seize the occasion.. improper time. (leisure) 685. delayed. crisis. at the eleventh hour. at the eleventh hour. (be expedient) 646. adj. at one's leisure. high time. inappropriate time. take time by the forelock. fata Morgana[Lat]. battre le fer sur l'enclume[Fr]. Adv. deliberately. ie meglio tardi che mai[It]. opportunity. golden opportunity. propitious. postliminious[obs3]. 135} timeliness. happy. behind time. V. par parenthese[Fr]. while speaking of. pro re nata[Lat]. well-timed. at last. timely. in due season. opportune. Adj. by way of parenthesis. 39 --> #134. backward. suitable season. unsuitable time. bad time. carpe diem[Lat]. (early) 132. {ant. seize &c. opening. deliberando saepe perit occasio [Lat][Syrus]. -. a propos[Fr]. on the spur of the occasion. behindhand. inopportune time. use an occasion. occasionem cognosce[Lat]. evil hour. [Horace]. after the deadline. just in time. in proper season. proper time. juncture. fine opportunity. in due course. untimely. wrong time. e sempre l'ora[It]. late. the time is up. #135. ex post facto. in the fullness of time. unpunctual. favorable. fair field. crisis. nick of time. bien perdu bien connu[Fr]. conjuncture. now or never. intrusion. auspicious. make hay while the sun shines. on the spot &c. "against the sunbeams serotine and lucent" [Longfellow].

system. -. inauspicious. suffer the opportunity to lapse. most often. model. unlucky. mal a propos[Fr]. allow the opportunity to go by. according to rule &c. (custom) 613.. unseldom[obs3]. standard. untoward. common. inexpedient &c. unfavorable. usual. adj. ordinary. normality &c. monday morning quarterbacking. (conformable) 82. a day after the fair. unfortunate. constancy. sometimes. not rare. hourly &c. often. trivial. invariably (habit) 613 . lose an opportunity. 24. break in upon. precedent &c. not unfrequently[obs3]. intrusive. unseasonable. well-known. 82. do nothing but. Adj. suffer the opportunity to pass. regular (normal) 80. intrude. routine. 104. daily and hourly. ever anon. 80. infelicitous. from time to time. ill-starred. mistimed. allow the opportunity to pass. unpunctual &c. routine &c. after death the doctor. frequency. punctuality &c. RECURRENT TIME % #136. constantly. allow the occasion to pass. (exactness) 494. oftentimes. be ill timed &c. as ill luck would have it. many times. be occupied. in quick succession. perpetual. commonness. at all times. twentytwenty hindsight. out of season. rule &c. premature &c. repetition &c. Phr. frequently. 65 . customary &c. wise after the event. occasionally. every day. even tenor. constant. inopportunely &c. throw away an opportunity. too late for. (habitually) 613. allow the opportunity to escape. every hour. ill-omened. now and then. 104. familiar.V. untimely. everyday. perpetually. recur &c. suffer the opportunity to go by. when the mood strikes. repeatedly &c. inopportune. allow the opportunity to slip. too soon for. repeated &c. many a time and oft. after meat mustard. in rapid succession. formula. keep on. 647.N. ill-fated. thickcoming[obs3]. oft. example (conformity) 82. conformity &c. (form. at times.. often enough. Frequency. suffer the opportunity to escape. keep. (prototype) 22. be busy. uniform. let slip through the fingers. ofttimes[obs3]. unsuited &c. every moment &c. continual. Adj. neglect &c. commonly &c. incessantly. incessant. daily. regulation) 697. have other fish to fry. allow the opportunity to lapse. 104. clock-work precision. adj. night and day. toties quoties[Lat][obs3]. (early) 132. uniformity. boring. Adv. in an evil hour. suffer the opportunity to slip. allow the occasion to slip by. 460 an opportunity. oftenness[obs3]. day and night. 613 (habit) 613.. unpropitious. old-hat. Adv. regularity. there being times when. keynote. ill-timed. custom (habit) 613. (late) 133. frequent. without ceasing. morning noon and night. 104. timeless. the time having gone by. out of date. again and again. thick. (be inactive) 683. steady. V. come amiss. % 3. waste time &c. unbefitting. waste an opportunity. day after day. lock the barn door after the horse is stolen. mistime. continually. oftness[obs3].

. 103. regular as clockwork. January &c. annual. natal day. steady. rare. alternate. catamenia[obs3]. one in a million. unpunctual. &c. uncertain. alternateness.. seldom. courses. Regularity of recurrence. periodic. scarce.. #139. Adv. diurnal. menstrual flux. adj. return. St. alternation. rhapsodical. Sunday. fortnightly. V. hebdomadal|. ecrhythmus|. intermittence. period. recurring &c. scarcely. Dewali. Allhallowmas[obs3]. rarity. seldomness[obs3]. which has not occurred within the memory of the oldest inhabitant. cyclical. once in a way. Hallowmas[obs3]. intermit. 314. recurrent. adj. pro hac vice[Lat]. alternativeness. rambling. bimonthly. regularity. anniversary. tertian. pulse. yearbook. lenten. few &c. adj. intermittent. centennial. scarcely ever. New Year's day &c.N. weekly. cycle. fitfulness &c. at regular intervals. come in its turn. All Souls'. once. -. quotidian. steadiness. every other day. stated time. menses. uncommonness. in rotation. menstrual. recur in regular succession.<-. 40 --> #137.N.N. Muharram. bout. routine. infrequency. unfrequent[obs3]. bicentennial. feast. revolve. rhythm. Adj.S. biweekly. revolution. fitful. uncertainty. rareness. All Saints' Day. desultory. by turns. pulsate. alternate. periodically &c. centenary. periodical. V. Swithin's day. paschal. ein mal kein mal[German]. 66 . de die in diem[Lat]. 103. not often. fast &c. Monday &c. recur in regular order. Candlemas[obs3].. days of the week. once for all. say. Adj. &c. remittent. Irregularity of recurrence. punctuality. rare as a blue diamond. Ash Wednesday. fewness &c. infrequent. scarcely. groundhog day [U. at stated times. v. immethodical[obs3]. hourly. rarely.-. spasmodic. come round. All Souls' Day. -. [Regularity of return] rota. biennial. beat. Allhallows[obs3]. #138. hardly. come round again. at established periods. hardly ever.. serial. Christmas. not within one's previous experience. capriciousness. day by day. yuletide. Phr. Periodicity. months of the year. hebdomadary|. yearly. irregular. not much. once in a blue moon. ride and tie. alternity[obs3]. Lady day. unprecedented. Adv. pulsation.]. punctually &c. oscillation &c. irregularity. off and on. Midsummer day. round and round. round. monthly. adj. jubilee.p. unfrequently[obs3].]. almost unheard of. unpunctuality. Easter. daily. come again.. catamenial|. birthday.. capricious. leap year. regular. once in a million years. turn. in turn. scarce as hen's teeth. be rare &c. not since Adam[obs3]. beat. punctual. infrequently.. periodicity. at fixed established . Halloween.S. rotation. flickering. unoften[obs3]. alternately. woodchuck day [U. Infrequency. once in a blue moon. bissextile[obs3]. every other. from day to day. triennial. few and far between. Adj. rhythmical. secular.

stay. -. chop. by fits and starts &c. endure. keep one's ground.. 67 . transfigure. transmute. subsist. 150. transubstantiation. 61. keep. abide. turn. vary. mutagenesis[Genet]. modulation. metamorphose. (sudden or radical change) 146 inversion &c. turn. alterative. intervert[obs3].. displacement &c. introduce new blood. stand fast. transform. modification. v. transmogrify. 606. shift the scene. qualify. Adj. let be. shuffle the cards. warp. 185. changeableness &c. modify. influence. revolution &c. hold on. conversion &c. revolution. shift. 265. hold one's footing. mutatis mutandis[Lat]. nous avons change tout cela [Fr][Moliere]. irregularly &c. tamper with. 146. standing. evolution. 149. give a color to.N. law of the Medes and Persians. diversion.p. status quo. innovate. (gradual change) 144. outlive. rest. 270. avatar. non sum qualis eram [Lat][Horace]. wax and wane. conservation. metastasis. alteration. deviate. qualification. casaque tourner[Fr]. vamp. changed &c. tack. <-. in statu quo ante bellum[Lat]. recast &c. tergiversation &c. tarry. modifiable. live. V. superinduce. V. mood. adj. metamorphosis. alter. maintain. (reversal) 218. [Difference at different times. turn over a new leaf. -. change. turn the scale. change. let it be. aby[obs3]. Adv. endurance. transume[obs3].N. 41 --> #141. permutation. obstinacy &c. metempsychosis|. % SECTION VII. survive. 149. give a turn to. remain. turn aside. conservation. alterative. quiescence &c. modulate. turn the corner. transfiguration. convert into &c. transmutation. stand still. hold. pass to. hold one's ground. inflexion. bide. transference &c. disturb &c. preservation.] Permanence. deviation. transanimation[obs3]. reverse &c. break. innovation. transmigration. stability &c. work a change. "still ending and beginning still" [Cowper]. dwell. maintenance. SIMPLE CHANGE % #140. persist. ring the changes. variable.unmethodical. transformation. (discontinuously) 70. tempora mutantur nos et mutamur in illis[Lat][obs3]. variation. permanence. quantum mutatus[Lat]! Phr. mutation. durability. shuffle. let alone. 144. (change of mind) 607. veer. changeable &c. vox audita perit littera scripta manet[Lat]. [Absence of change. deoxidization[Chem]. transitional. corpora lente augescent cito extinguuntur [Lat][obs3][Tacitus]. Adv. resume.] Change. CHANGE 1. Int. "a change came o'er the spirit of my dream" [Byron]. evert. stand. take a turn. swerve. standing dish. 218. persistence. stet [copy editing]. last. newfangled. diversify.

#143. bring to a stand. congress]. give over. hold one's hand. pull the checkstring. prescriptive &c. hold on the even tenor of one's way. interrupt. v. preserve &c. go out. dead stop. stable &c. v. [Change from action to rest. halt. unfailing. stem the torrent. Adj. suspension. cessation. wear off. stop. 68 . hold good. 140). unsuppressed[obs3]. perpetuation. nolumus leges Angliae mutari[Lat][obs3]. hang fire. turn off. suspense. stop. qualis ab incepto[Lat]. conservative. come to a deadlock. 265. power down. interpel[obs3]. repetition &c. pause. switch off. abeyance.N. (perseverance) 604a. burn out. intermit. stay one's hand. disintegration. bring to a standstill. intromit. dead lock.N. comma.] Cessation. respite. meltdown. colon. keep the pot boiling. -. in statu quo[Lat]. pull the plug on. Continuance in action. finally. break off. disintegrate. hold on. keep going.keep one's footing. monotonous. keep alive. uninterrupted. die away. #142. stick to its course. lull. go on. leave off. suspend. j'y suis et j'y ereste[Fr]. unrepealed. keep up the ball. intact. pursue. come to a stand. come to a standstill. remit.S. (change &c. come to a full stop. discontinuance. prolongation. keep on foot. V. interregnum. 67. carry on. stopping &c. keep up. rest. 292. intermission.. inviolate. blowout.. burnout. renewed. esto perpetua[Lat]. give up &c. unchanged &c. desist. hold. halt. desinence[obs3]. disconnect. let be. melt down. continuance. 604a. cut short. rest on one's oars repose on one's laurels. deactivate. Adv. keep. let things take their course. 104. keep up the good work. arrive &c. keep on. Int. shut up shop. stem the tide. derail.. perpetuate. at a stand. arrival &c. maintain its course. for good. semicolon. stare decisis [Lat][Jurisprudence]. persist. pursue the even tenor of one's way. v. arrest. continue. unintermitting[obs3]. "I pause for a reply" [Julius Caesar]. hold up. closure. continuation. uti possidetis[Lat]. undestroyed. uphold. drop. remission. be at an end. -. (be past) 122. full stop. stationary &c. stay. uncheckered[obs3]. have done with. pause. dead stand. finis. jog on. Phr. 292. surcease. abide. pass away &c. stare super antiquas vias[Lat][obs3]. put a period to. run on. period. maintain. V. persistence &c. harp upon &c. stop. (old) 124. halt. pull up. 150. end &c. put an end to. stoppage. die in harness. self-destruct. permanent. run. rest. cerrado[Sp]. follow up. sustain. quieta non movere[Lat]. hold! stop! enough! avast! have done! a truce to! soft! leave off! tenez[Fr]! Phr. without a shadow of turning. 360. put a stop to. Adj. (repeat) 104. (relinquish) 624. cloture [U. desistance. blow out. established. discontinue. at a standstill. die with one's boots on. death &c. stop short. truce. wear away. cease. continuing &c. persisting &c. take its course. interruption. persistent. stick.

recoil &c.] Revolution. alembic. passage. restoration &c. open into. sudden change. relapse &c. throe. assume the shape of. unvaried. v. develop into. convert into. revert. #145.]. naturalization.N. v. undergo a change. Adj. retreat &c. render. exchange of currency. developing [photography]. emerge as. transition. relapse. transportation. convert. come round to. lapse. wax. earthquake. revulsion... recidivism &c. reversion. unmake. retrogression &c. come to. Adj.p. [Gradual change to something different. sweeping organic change. retort. counter revolution. 660. transitional. labitur et albetur [Lat][obs3][Horace]. unshifting[obs3]. radical change. run into. assume the form of. mature. 219. change of state. assume a new phase. retrorse[obs3]. caldron. start. reduce to. 660. -. Int. sea change. revulsive. turn into. turn the scale. get. shifting &c. turn the tide.N. vicinism[obs3]. resolution. revulsion.] Conversion. evolve into. convertibility. ripen into. become. (perpetual) 112. Adv. 661. [Sudden or violent change. unstopped. return. -. v. turn to. undo. 69 . <-. nolumus leges Angliae mutari[Lat][obs3]. destruction &c. bouleversement. sustained. subversion. mellow. inconvertible. phase. transilience|. 277. revolution. converted into &c. new model. pervert. (periodicity) 138. 240. jump. change of state. convulsion. keep it up! go to it! right away! right on! attaboy! Phr. gradually. resolve itself into. progress. form &c. retreat. illapse|.N. growth. chemistry. &c. plunge. grow into. settle into. reactionary. break up. development [biol. 283. be converted into. reduction. resolvable into. phase change. vestigia nulla retrorsum [Lat][Horace]. cataclysm. 42 --> #144. V. spasm. refound[obs3]. shift. Reversion. resolve into. undying &c. -. restore &c. conversion. turn of the tide. alternation &c. transmutation. inversion &c. atavism. 283. assume the state of. regression. bureau de change. (slowly) 275 in transitu &c. conjugation. tip the scale. turn back. turn out. explosion. a rebours[Fr]. 277. coup d'etat[Fr]. renegade. melt. merge into. assumption. reorganize. quantum leap. status quo ante bellum. [conversion of currency] conversion of currency.unvarying. make. (transference) 270[Lat]. unreversed[obs3]. calm before a storm. quantum jump. 661. 162. slide into. transmigration. assimilate to. reverting &c. regress. alchemy. #146. storm. grow. naturalized. Adv. assimilation. assume the nature of. flux. lapse. transit. pass into. glide into. begin a new phase.. fall into. jerk. unrevoked. convertible. turning point. mold. roll back the tide. recoil &c. evolution. leap. bring to. assume the character of. V. crucible. clean sweep. remodel. reform. regressive. exchange rate. apostate.

metaphor. recombination. change for. 70 . commutation. scapegoat.] Interchange.N. 718. exchange. cannibalize. makeshift. succedaneum. 794. castling [at chess]. in lieu of. recombinant[Biology. step into stand in the shoes of. Adv. quid pro quo. faute de mieux[Fr]. ersatz. make way for. changeableness &c. Adj. alternative. recast. bandy. interchangeable. unrecognizable. new model. (trick) 545. play at battledore and shuttlecock. #147. in the stead of. representative &c. everyone in his turn. mutual. shift. -. Changeableness.. shuffling. turn and turn about.N. 43 --> % 2. v. [Double or mutual change. transposition. borrow from Peter to pay Paul. commutative. put up with. substitute. stopgap. substituted &c. v. <-. redeem. instead. subdititious[obs3]. serve as a substitute. (figure of speech) 521.p. replacement.. give place to. vice versa. V. in the room of. counterchange[obs3]. -. rearrangement. Adj. intercurrent[obs3]. tit for tat &c. by turns. jury rigging. make a shift with. interchange. in the stead of. play at puss in the corner. remodel. each in his turn. price. cut out. break with the past. commute. quid pro quo. Genetics]. return the compliment. in exchange. in place of. shuffle. locum tenens. revolutionize. permute. supplanting &c. battledore and shuttlecock. v. Adv. equivalent. reciprocity. substituted &c. combinatorial[Math. jury mast. vicarious. (retaliation) 718. interchangeability. #148. reciprocation. alternation. change bands. vicarious. changeling. (deputy) 759. mutatis mutandis[Lat]. in the room of. barter &c. instead. adj. reciprocal. substitution. in lieu of. strike out something new. compound for. put in the place of. jury rig. unsex. rearrange. 84. palimpsest. commutation. interchangeableness[obs3]. intermutation. interchanged &c. commute. Statistics]. temporary expedient. dummy... purchase money. take money out of one pocket and put it in another. pis aller[Fr]. V. -. [Change of one thing for another. swap.legerdemain &c. permutation. subdititious[obs3]. metonymy &c. V. COMPLEX CHANGE % #149. give and take. interchange. Adj. Adj. phony.. supersede. double. combination 48[ref]. consideration. reciprocate. warming pan. retaliate &c. exchange. in place of. transpose. Adv.. supplant. faute de mieux[Fr]. backwards and forwards. cross fire. take the place of. requite. recombine.] Substitution. revolutionary. [Thing substituted] substitute. hocus-pocus. supply the place of. mutability. ersatz. change the face of.N. replace.

firmly established &c. restless. irresolute &c. fluctuation. foundation. agitation &c. changing &c. 315.. steadfast. fluctuating &c. unchangeability. 184. make good. shake. 141. fluctuate. inquietude. 111[obs3]. settled. obstinacy &c. unchangeable. fasten &c. changeful. alternate. firm as a rock. unfixed.inconstancy. Stability. immutable. ring the changes. mobility. fickle. moored. wamble[obs3]. at anchor. valid. 265. wayward. adj. 605. vibrate between. wheel of Fortune. disquietude. constancy. versatile. stereotyped. moon. settle down. inveterate. stay the course. establish. unsettled. tethered. 606. 314. transientness &c. indeclinable. vested. Adj. take root. oscillate between. vibratory. plastic. deterioration &c. firmly seated. transfixed. changeable. durable. stranded. fidgets. permanence &c. intransmutable[obs3]. perennial &c.. transient &c. stick fast. inconsonant. blow with the wind (irresolute) 605. wavering. v. rock solid. rock. high and dry. V. restlessness &x. solidity. 315. Cynthia of the minute. establishment. keep firm. vary. flutter. ever changing. two extremes. varium et mutabile semper femina [Lat][Vergil]. make sure. adj. ineradicable. have as man phases as the moon. keep hold. stand firm. settle. stability. immovable. (irresolution) 605. fixed. pictra mossa non fa muschis[It]. desultory. irretrievable. flicker. mobile. firm. weather the storm.. invariable. shift to and fro. off and on. aplomb. Proteus. v. weathercock. 606. leopard's spots. ankylosis[obs3]. unsteady. stable equilibrium. sway to and fro. Adv. 608. (join) 43. quiescent &c. set. unstaid[obs3]. (oscillation) 314. ascertain. permanent &c. (diuturnal) 110[obs3]. 71 . unstable equilibrium. disquiet. established &c. "a rolling stone gathers no moss". pillar. soundness. vicissitude. alternation &c. &c. set on its legs. checkered. vacillate. vitality. stabiliment[obs3]. oscillate &c. fixture. immobility. 140. chameleon. balanced. versatility. unaltered. alterable. alternating. Ethiopia's skin.. adj. harlequin. put down roots. unstable. incommutable[obs3]. fix. unalterable. float. change and change about. indefeasible. vagrant. unrest. immutability &c. totter. protean. -. spasmodic. stuck fast. [movable object rendered unmovable] stuck. unchangeableness|!. tower. April showers[obs3]. strike roots. Adj. erratic. proteiform|. V. variable. seesaw &c.. flounder. steady. (oscillation) 314. not to be changed. aground. stablish[obs3]. turn and turn about. don't buckle under. adj. two extremes. 659. agitated &c. anchored. undeviating. be firm &c. honores mutant mores[Lat]. afloat. riveted. confirmed. deep-rooted. waver. mutable. perpetuate. vacillation &c. irremovable. flitter.N. incontrovertible. shifting sands. 111. jammed. quicksilver.. stabilitate[obs3]. v. touch and go. keep the faith. Phr. stiffness. tremble. #150. inconstant. flit. instability. remain firm. shift. don't give in. capricious &c. stable. stick to the course. fitful. shuffle. rooted. take up one's abode &c. 141. fast. retain. unremovable. fiducial[obs3]. obstinate &c. constant. on a rock. build one's house on a rock. waffle.

you never know what may turn up. suffer. irrevocable. comeabout[obs3]. turn out. dealing. full of incident. show its face. come on. 44 --> % Present Events % #151. as the tree falls. in case. Phr. incorruptible. indissolvable[obs3]. run of things. pass through. pass. bechance[obs3]. imperishable. as the world goes. happening. reverseless[obs3]. run. be one's fortune. (feel) 821. affairs in general. proceeding. order of the day. come off. eventuate. enjoy. crisis. adventure. course of things. start. happen. incident. fall. wags. insusceptible of change. experience. prove. bustling. go through. arise. indissoluble. the plot thickens. (chance) 156. irreducible. you never know what the future will bring. meet with. indelible. that's the way the cookie crumbles.p. phenomenon. "so runs round of life from hour to hour" "sprinkled along the waste of years" [Tennyson][Keble]. (be past) 122. pass off &c. juncture. accident. come to pass. befall. pop up. fall in. course of events. fall to the lot of. be exposed to. inextinguishable. as things. things. chapter of accidents &c. eventful. things in general. fact. matter. just the facts. the world. event. situation &c. cat jumps. consequence. march of things. in the wind. incidental. particular. occur. business. betide. happen. insusceptible. times go. show up. experience. ensue. hold. life. bare facts. occurrence. survene[obs3]. proceeding. . Int. be one's lot. stet. stream of things. cast up. matter of fact. Eventuality. encounter. transaction. appear. current of things. happening &c. in the course of things. doings. current. turn up. thing. take its course. the times. just in case. come into existence. Adj. be on foot. memorable. Phr. tide of things. ups and downs of life. undying. episode. contingency. "breasts the blows of circumstance" [Tennyson]. that's the way the ball bounces. become of. circumstance. indeciduous[obs3]. Adv. fall out. take effect. afoot. undergo.irresoluble[obs3]. come forth. come forth. irreversible. endure &c. in the air. signal. opportunity (occasion) 143. indestructible. find. momentous. affairs in general. eventuality. naked fact. stirring. spring up. % Future Events 72 . on the tapis[obs3]. V. (circumstances) 8. v. state of affairs. casualty. contingency. arrive. emergency. concern. at issue. come.N. draw on. arise. eventually. advent. on foot. vicissitudes of life. take place. doing. supervene. come round. crop up. in question. -. be subjected to. littera scripta manet[Lat]. passage. afloat. in the event of. present itself. going on. issue. be one's chance. <-. pass. affair. as it may turn out.

fountainhead. destiny &c. whatever may happen &c. semen. root. nest. draw down. await. predestine. eventually &c. birthplace. to come. imminent. straw that breaks the camel's back. in reserve. primary. embryotic[obs3]. lay the foundation of. in embryo. leaven. turning point. radical. hereafter. is to be. radix radical. unborn. v. why and wherefore. at hand. aboriginal. kindle.% #152. fons et origo[Lat]. int he wind. (paternity) 166. futurity. primitive. occasion. near. primum mobile[Lat]. horizon. forthcoming. CONSTANCY OF SEQUENCE IN EVENTS % #153. gemmule[obs3]. origination. instant. rationale. mainspring. foundation &c. give origin to. going to happen. Adv. the long run. Adj. descent &c. broach. -. come on. v. remote cause.-. fulcrum. loom. occasioner[obs3]. caused &c. in store. proximate cause. near. 161. undercurrents. bring to bring pass. stem. causa causans[Lat]. have a common origin. sow the seeds of. (effect) 154. trunk. (certainly) 474. entail. lie at the root of. give rise. ground. derive its origin &c. institute. prime mover. destined. CAUSATION 1. happen. (support) 215. origin. % SECTION VIII. cause. protogenal[obs3]. (producer) 164. etymon. have a finger in the pie. foreordain. about to be. stare one in the face. fountain. production &c. occasion. threaten. 156 would have it. bring about. evoke. crux. coming. future. author &c. hinge. in prospect &c. superinduce. set afloat. lie over. procure. in time. wellhead. int he womb of time. create &c. give occasion to. preordain. cause. in 73 . brewing. 151. provoke. les dessous des cartes[Fr]. set on foot. groundwork. decide. everlasting life. to. [Constant antecedent]. suscitate[obs3]. Adj. preparing. germ. set up. element. (expectation) 507. prospect &c. embryonic. found. futurity &c. after life. determine. approach. that will. world beyond the grave. genesis. rudiment. sperm. on the cards. font. influence. impending &c. be the cause &c. radicle. bring on. originate. open the door to. post existence. over hanging. derivation. vera causa[Lat]. causation. hotbed. stock. nursery.. egg. spring head. close at hand. key. hanging over one's head. 121. (necessity) 601. have a hand in the pie. embryo. world to come. next world. reason. well. induce. produce. turn the scale. V. seed. cradle. (producing) 161.N. hang over. spring. everlasting death. causal. future existence. stirps. agent. reason why. future state. conduce to &c. final cause &c. womb. elicit. doom. pivot. 161. causality. pregnant &c. (tend to) 176. have in store for. n of. nucleus. all in good time. (intention) 620. nidus. Cause. primordial. source. original. V. impend. principle. as chance &c. tap-root. contribute. (expected) 507. life beyond the grave. Destiny. looming in the distance. bud. lever. operate.N.

product. be the effect of &c. on account of. Adv. thanks to. father upon. 45 --> #154. how happens it? how does it happen? in some way. referable to. lay at. aftergrowth[obs3]. offshoot. impute to. <-----------------------------------------------------------74 . somehow or other. due to. through. denouement. harvest. hinc illae lachrymae [Lat][Horace]. germinate from. putative. [Assignment of cause] Attribution -. derivation from. hereditary. point out the reason &c. 67. 153. (paternity) 166. Adv. (effect) 154. issue from. point to. proceed from. consequently. result. sprout from. seminal. accrue from. why? wherefore? whence? how comes it. rationale. . derivable from. aftercome[obs3]. produce. put the saddle on the right horse. outgrowth.embryo. causa latet vis est notissima [Lat][Ovid]. derive its origin from. therefore. it follows that. telegonous[obs3]. behind the scenes. bring home to. germinal. (cause) 153. felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas [Lat][Vergil]. heredity. that is why. (interpretation) 522. work. for. resultance[obs3]. turn upon. owing to. theory. referrible to[obs3]. somehow. pedigree &c. theorize. dependent upon. palaetiology1. come out of. 153. invest with.result from . propter hoc[Lat]. tell how it comes. firstlings. on that account. bud from. affiliation.-. derive from. hence.. in some such way. from this cause. all along of. take the consequences. upshot.N. reason why &c. sow the wind and reap the whirlwind. [Constant sequent. Phr. the door of. v. rise -. cela va sans dire[Fr]. put down to. offspring. caused by &c. bud. take its rise spring from. fruit. depend upon. resulting from &c. Adj. handiwork. be due to. flow from . come to. Adv. attributable &c. 155. creation.. attribution. in consequence. ecbatic[obs3]. production. V. at the bottom owing to.N. Adj. #155. originate in. emanate from. as a consequence. owing to. necessarily. lay to. attributed &c. v. assign as cause. ground on. premices premises[obs3]. naturally. reference to. V. thence. blame. originate from. evolved from. from that cause. derivable from. account for. creature. ascribe to.. since. n. v. grow from. hang upon. issue. of course. filiation[obs3]. owing to &c. <-. eventually. crop.] Effect. come from. firstfruits[obs3]. because. performance. attribute to.. Phr. follow from. resultant. telegony[obs3]. arise. derivative. refer to. how is it. explanation &c. derivation. having a common origin. accounting for &c. etiology.p. connate. set down to. charge on. . derivative. fabric. "thereby hangs a tale" [Taming of the Shrew]. forasmuch as. in ovo[Lat]. consequence. trace to. imputation. due to. v. development. because &c. come of. effect. hinge upon. Phr. end &c. whence. ascription. derived from.

for the latter see 621. random. water power. attraction. 621. force. hap. stumble on light upon.N. as it may turn up. dynamic suction. [Absence of assignable cause. 175. contingent. cogency. vantage ground. --> #156. power. 601. strength &c. theory of Chances. right arm. chance. by accident.p. control. CONNECTION BETWEEN CAUSE AND EFFECT <-. as bad would have it. atomic power. " grasps the skirts of happy chance " [Tennyson]. potency. Adj. long odds. hydraulic power. adventitious. luck. main chance. accident. as the case may be. perchance &c. and the second. contingency. validity. statistical. hydroelectric power. omnipotence. chapter of accidents. as ill-luck would have it. equal chance. "There but for the grace of God go I. hazard of the die. energy &c. right hand. galvanism. take one's chance &c. prepollence|. as good would have it.p. dint. might. 621. as luck would have it. (possibly) 470. situation (circumstance) 8. theory of Probabilities. iii. 470. as it may be. turn of the table. wheel of Fortune. ability.). voltaic electricity. possible &c. authority &c. heads or tails. elasticity. thermonuclear power. solar energy. puissance. 171. electricity. tidal power. dynamic friction. 159. fortune. potential energy. turn of the cards. contingence. vis viva [Latin]. lottery. the absence of design -. Phr. possibility. chance medley. as above. jiva[obs3]. solar panels. competency. influence &c. enablement[obs3]. sway.] Chance. adj[obs3]. for aught one knows. chance. live rail. sortes Virgilianae[obs3]. turn up. hap. fickle finger of fate. causeless. undetermined. pressure.-. odds. as it may happen. toss up &c. ableness &c. (necessity) 601. assurance. nuclear power. electromagnetism. live wire. indeterminate. gaming &c."power" contains the concepts of both efficacy and efficiency --> #157. voltaism. hit. Adv. indetermination. random. Whewell History of the inductive Sciences. almightiness. gravity. conductivity. vis mortua[Lat]. unintentional &c. 75 . dynamic energy. 2 -. " the accident of an accident " [Lord Thurlow]. fuel cell. probability. bookmaking. as it may chance. casually. the absence of assignable cause. speculation. 2 The word Chance has two distinct meanings: the first. productivity. 46 --> 2.1. tombola[obs3]. flip of a coin. by chance. magnetism. V. efficiency. incidental. accidental. efficacy. run of luck. statistics. haphazard. dependence (uncertainty) 475. wind power. expertise (skill) 698 .N. casualty. 621. potentiality.. favorable odds. be one's -fate &c. cast of the dice. throw of the dice. sortes[obs3]. book xviii vol. 397 (3d edit. as chance would have it. 621. prepotency. fortuitous. accidentally. fall to one's lot. hazard. Power." <-. fate &c. ascendency[obs3]. uncaused. 737. accidentalness. live circuit. adventure. odds on. casual. raccroc[obs3]. solar power. vis inertiae[Lat].

flash in the pan. armless[obs3]. Adv. up to. clip the wings of. pussycat. inability. syncope. swoon. unnerve. V. gain power &c. adj. unhinge. quid valeant humeri quid ferre recusent [obs3][Latin]. weaken &c. able. virtue. fix. endue. shatter. invalidate. eripuit coelo fulmen sceptrumque tyrannis [Latin]. break the back. Phr. 160. neuter. eunuch. untenable.. cogent. 159. #158. pregnable. unfitted. adj. vouloir rompre l'anguille au genou [French]. indefensible. competent. telum imbelle[Lat]. incompetent. inefficiency. 168. 732. unfortified. adj. disqualify. indue[obs3]. influential &c. pertain to. puissant. unapt. strengthen &c. ineptitude. helplessness &c. sine ictu[Lat]. sideration|. can. Quaker gun. collapse. property. defenseless. scotch the snake.-. tie the hands. unfit. cripple. (inutility) 645[obs3]. quality. exhaust. confer power. geld. inaptitude. put hors de combat[Fr]. cramp. capacity. break the neck. a toute force[Fr]. qualification. not have a leg to stand on. multipotent[obs3]. brutum fulmen[Lat]. deprive of power. take the wind out of one's sails. bit of waste paper. imbecility. be impotent &c. invalidity. unman. vincible. plenipotent[obs3]. vox et proeterea nihil[Lat]. weaponless. n. productive &c. enervate. adequate. be in one's power.N. empower. 175. wastefulness. disqualified. potential. attribute. unfit. incapacity. endow. prostrate. ratten[obs3]. almighty. lame. incapability. impuissance. harmless. creampuff. double up. paper tiger. failure &c. softening of the brain.. equal to. wimp. disable. impotence. blank cartridge. enable. unable. fall into a swoon. capable. inept. powerfully &c. throttle. (fail) 732. effective. emasculate. put out of gear.. v. render powerless &c. go by the board. inapt. indocility[obs3].. effectual. adj. n. dummy. valid. palsy. hamstring. exercise power &c. inanition. disqualification. muzzle. unarmed.. unendowed. endowment. deliquium|[Lat]. disarm. go by the wayside. arm. unqualified. prostration. castrate. strangle. by dint of. susceptibility. productive. disability. draw the teeth of. old woman. maim. crippled. emasculation. incapacitate. <gr/dos moi pou sto kai kino ten gen/gr>[Sp][Grk][Grk][Grk][Grk][Grk]. put a spoke in one's wheel. Adj. powerful. blank. disenable[obs3]. efficacious. 744. powerless. incapable. be powerful &c. V. spike the guns. drop. collapse. exhaustion. becripple[obs3]. omnipotent. adj. mollycoddle. impotent. powder puff.capability. unproductivity[obs3]. unfit. inefficient. paralysis.. by virtue of. garrotte. forcible &c. incompetence. ineffective. sprain. muff. vouloir prendre la lune avec les dents [French]. lie in one's power.. faculty. belong to. disablement. disabled &c. give power. (energetic) 171. cripple. end in smoke &c. inefficacy &c. faint. paralyze. be able. dead letter. Impotence. orchotomy[Med]. Adj. sterilize. 76 . compel &c. deaden. gift. silence. efficient. orchiotomy [Med]. alter. apoplexy. garrote. invest. adj. fortis cadere cedere non potest [Latin]. go up in smoke.

Blut und Eisen[Ger].. reinforce. on one's beam ends. sovereign. like a giant refreshed. Phr. spring. 171. thick-ribbed. unwithered[obs3]. iron. energy &c. without a leg to stand on. acrobat. gigantic. vigor. (failing) 732.. case harden. all powerful. sound as a roach. out of joint. stalwart. "desirous still but impotent to rise" [Shenstone]. well-knit. [Degree of power. by force &c. ex vi termini. unquenchable. brawny. overwhelming. pith.p. nerveless. unworn. lustihood[obs3]. adj. null and void. out of gear. du fort au diable[Fr]. harden. in the plenitude of power. more than a match for. (by compulsion) 744. muscular. wind up. inadequate &c. adamantine. be strong &c. strengthening &c. made of iron.. flecti non frangi[Lat]. robust. Herculean. give strength &c. hardy. [Science of forces] dynamics. power &c. unexhausted[obs3]. reenforce &c. tonicity. statics. irresistible. gymnast. recruit. adj. graveled &c. rudderless. vivify. all sufficient. (restore) 660. virile. hors de combat[Fr]. stoutness &c. Cyclopean. impregnable. stamina. vigorous. set up. mighty. laid on the shelf. virtility. male. feats of strength. bone.. sturdy. render strong &c. good for nothing. main force.] Strength. manful.paralytic. Cyclops. broad-shouldered. sustain. strongly &c. pithiness. brace up one's loins. disjointed. thews and sinews. stout. athleticism[obs3]. puissant. elasticity. fortify. strong as a horse. strong. refocillation[obs3]. masculine. hard. screw up. unhinged. emasculate. athletics. nugatory. refresh &c. wiry. adj. 689. heart of oak. shattered. v.. water-logged. gymnastics. steel. strength. stubborn. sinewless[obs3]. giant refreshed. muscle. sinew. en habiles gens[Lat]. overpowering. fatherless. the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak. iron grip. strong as brandy.. Samson. resistless. overmatch. oak. adj. in full swing. invigoration. physique. Phr. dominating. unshaken. inextinguishable. athlete. adamant. strengthen. exhausted. gird. 77 . unweakened[obs3]. <-. steel. ineffectual &c. Atlantean[obs3]. Hercules. done up. coelitus mihi vires[Lat]. unconquerable. lustless[obs3]. deep-rooted. tension. Atlas. man-like. imbecile. "our withers are unwrung" [Hamlet]. unnerved. nerve. 47 --> #159. refreshment. valid. potent. inoperative. "he that wrestles with us strengthens our nerves and sharpens our skill" [Burke]. athletic. 157. refect[obs3]. unallayed. brace. vitality. sinewy.-. gird up one's loins. paralyzed. (in difficulty) 704. inefficacious &c. brute force. in full force. set on one's legs. (useless) 645. superman. Goliath. able-bodied. laid on one's back. Adj. dead beat. strapping. invincible. n. Adv. in fine feather. tone. by main force &c. pithless[obs3]. marrowless[obs3]. tower of strength. V. built like a brick shithouse. be stronger. helpless. Antaeus[obs3]. powerful.N. n. 640. force. proof against. strong as an ox. physical force. demoralized. grit.. unfriended[obs3]. forcible. strong as a lion. palsied. incontestable. der kranke Mann[Ger]. manly. in high feather. indomitable. nerve. invigorate.

unnerve. v.. creation. strengthless[obs3]. building. mettre de l'eau dans son vin[Fr]. workmanship. fragility. reduce the strength of."inflexible in faith invincible in arms" [Beattie]. #160. enfeeble. 683. house of cards. shaken. pulled down. poverty of blood. bloodlessness. shattered. delicacy. shake.: parturition. seedy. invalidation. strain. weakling.. colorless &c. totter. asthenic[obs3]. enervation. softling[obs3]. weak as a rat.. weakly. powerless. debility.. decayed. geniture[obs3]. faint. unman &c. atony[obs3]. 158. crumble. decrepit. failure of strength. 158. confinement. be weak &c. languor. labor. Phr. slack. poor. lame. relaxed. rotten. insubstantial. &c. crazy. give way. enervate. effete. 78 . flimsy. obstetrics. fragile. infant &c. reed. formation. unnerved. rickety. sapless. non sum qualis eram[Lat]. organization. 48 --> % 3. weak as a baby. withered. establishment. delivery.-. inflorescence. adj. broken. weak as water. cranky. soft. flowering. reduce. feminate[obs3].. cachexia[Med]. render weak &c. effeminate. flag. extenuate. laid low. feminality[obs3]. <-. unassisted. v. infirm. adynamic[obs3]. 429. on its last legs. 159[obs3]. relax. nervous. worn. weak as a cat. weaken. fabrication. have one leg in the grave. sickly &c. weak. unsupported. defenseless &c. v. decimate. performance. erection. flaccidity. languishing. childbirth. flaccid. adynamy[obs3]. sprain. weak as a child. faintish[obs3]. 158. gimcrack. v. (maturation) 673. palsied &c. fade. wasted. rope of sand. 127. youth &c. thread. bringing forth &c. asthenia[obs3]. debilitate. midwifery. 158} production. fail. tottering &c. deprive of strength. drooping. gingerbread. weakness &c. birth. cripple. creaky.N. dilute. debile|. creaking. sprain. weak as gingerbread. V. inactivity &c. POWER IN OPERATION % #161. relaxation. effeminacy. languid. aidless[obs3]. womanly. nisus formativus[Lat]. eviscerate. (disease) 655. weak as milk and water. frail. dull. {ant. (render powerless) 158. infirmity. fructification. edification. coinage. reduce in strength. 158. spent. shake. Adj. birth-throe. architecture. unsubstantial. weather-beaten. weak as water gruel. cachexy[obs3]. the worse for wear. impotent &c. washy. diaster[obs3]. 129. weak as a chicken. evolution. blunt the edge of. impotence &c.p.N. languish. adj. loss of strength. impoverish. declension of strength.-. adj. accouchement. gestation &c. manufacture. limp.. unstrung. shattery[obs3]. cramp. achievement &c. deficiency of blood. Weakness. decline. short-winded. evanid|. unaided. decrepitude. assimilation. strain. unstrengthened &c. putting together &c. 162. Production. craichy[obs3]. travail. anaemia. halt. shaky. drop. construction. tremble. feeble. unbrace. (completion) 729. cantilevered (support) 215.

coin. creative. crack of doom. archebiosis[obs3].. inactivation. oogenesis. break up. heterogamy[Biol]. pullulate. teem. impregnation. V. cause &c. road to ruin. perdition. generate. wrack. metogenesis[obs3]. lay. producing &c. 146. frame. form. spontaneous generation. organize. 153. annihilation. 161} destruction. 49 --> #162. parturient. fertilization. bring up. debacle. puerperal. hatch. demolition. be brought to bed of. genesis. brought to bed of. eumerogenesis[obs3].-. monogenesis[obs3]. Phr. abolition &c. archegenesis[obs3]. break down. produce. disorganization. usher into the world. make productive &c. 168. breaking up. commencement de la fin[French]. publication. bring into existence. fall apart. v. yean[obs3]. incendiarism. kitten. breed. raise. wreck. compose. biogeny[obs3]. dysmerogenesis[obs3]. tocogony[obs3]. create. ruin. fall. generation. run up. germination. enceinte. superinduce. fraught with. acquire &c. oogenetic. opus. demolishment. digenetic[obs3]. bring forth. <-. engender. diruption[obs3]. digenesis[obs3]. 357. ean[obs3]. sporophorous[Biol]. works. {ant. gar. fecundate. erect. destruction of life &c. kindle. progeneration[obs3]. bring into being. rear. lie in. prostration. make. merogenesis[obs3]. puerperous[obs3]. razzia[obs3]. flower. fabric. whelp. set up. biblioclasm[obs3]. eboulement[French]. fruit. suppression. pup. nemo dat quod non habet [Latin]. put together. epigenesis[obs3]. sabotage. dissolution. suscitate|. pile. manufacture. tower. albumen &c. (complete) 729. entelechy[Phil]. edify. heterogenesis[obs3]. propagation. develop. (extraction) 301. desolation. establish. erection. structure. bear fruit. building. oeuvre. build. contrive. abiogenesis[obs3]. beginning of the end. drop. carve. evolve. disruption. ravage. [Nonproduction. washout. genial. dissogeny[obs3]. formative.] Destruction. xenogenetic[obs3]. operate. downfall. fructify. 79 .p. ex nihilo nihil[Lat]. materiam superabat opus [Lat][Ovid].. sacrifice. procreate. induce. procreation. do. pregnant. constitute. impregnate. subversion. call into being. homogenesis[obs3]. progenerate[obs3]. v. destroying &c. bouleversement[Fr]. give birth to. fiat lux[Lat]. doom. extirpation &c. genital. vacuolization. fabricate.N. ectogenous[obs3]. productive of. Adj. 168. shipwreck. big with. crash. heterogenetic[obs3]. revolution &c. in the straw. bear. perform. cataclysm. gamic[obs3]. forge. weave. 361. in the family way. chisel. knock-down blow. farrow. authorship. architectonic. (deterioration) 659. propagate.development. gemination. (abrogation) 756. biogenesis. get. achieve. accomplish &c. beget. fecundation. 775. genetic. dilapidation &c. teeming. sporogenous[Biol]. delabrement[French]. consumption. prolific &c. extinction. edifice. parthenogenesis. produced. smash. waste. devastation. xenogenesis1[obs3]. institute. overthrow. growth. construct. havoc. haematobious[obs3]. xenogeny[obs3]. flower.

trample in the dust. cut short. originator.. blast. totter to its fall. deletory|. strike out. lay waste. sink. raze. resuscitation. put down. renascent. generation &c. V. dish*. v. break down. go to smash. squash. cut down. do for. #163. go by the board. ruin. crush under foot. squelch. make away with. regrowth. wipe out. 301. put into the crucible. do away with. seal the doom of. restore &c. undo. revival. make short work of. break up. reappearing. erase. devastating. 660. do in. annual &c. smash. reproduce. renew. annihilate. reanimation. shiver. topple. with a sledge hammer. (killing) 361. spring up like mushrooms. overthrow. fling to the winds. Producer. all-engulfing. incendiary. fall to pieces. sap the foundations of. renewal. quench. blot out. crumble to dust.. strike at the root of. remake. chop into pieces. tumble. put out. repeat. fall to the ground. be all with. 660. nip. pull down. vaporize. drop the big one. stamp out. batter to pieces.N. pick to pieces. crumple up. dispel. laniate[obs3]. author. mine. resurrection. blow down. all-devouring. throw over.. tear to pieces. eradicate &c. n. renovation. overwhelm. consume. nullify. reproduction. trample under foot. Adj. multiplication. delenda est Carthago[Lat]. ravage with fire and sword. (render useless) 645. ingulf[obs3]. suppress. make clean sweep of. ruinous. resuscitate. level with the ground. quash. lay in the dust. cut into ribbons. Adv. regeneration. snuff out.N. scatter to the winds. cut up. stir the embers. tear to rags. regenerate. spring a mine. swallow up. Phoenix. blow up. submerge. take off. trample out. nodding to its fall. overturn.-. deal destruction. apotheosis. mow down. #164.. pull to pieces. engulf. go to wreck. exterminate. perish. inventor. sacrifice. destroying &c. shake to pieces. go all to smash. palingenesis[obs3]. confound. founder.V. cut up root and branch. 80 . reproductive. crush to pieces. v. go to the wall. lay in ruins. restoration &c. dum Roma deliberat Saguntum perit[Lat]. desolate. make mincemeat of. all-destroying. shipwreck. break up. be destroyed &c. revivification. crush to atoms. n. reanimate. tread under foot. knock to atoms. trembling to its fall. go to wrack and ruin. suicidal. cast to the dogs. reprint. lay in ashes. go to pieces. renovate. dismantle &c. ravage gut. be all over. blow to smithereens. do a job on. knock down over. crop up. lay the ax to the root of. with crushing effect. dissolve. in course of destruction &c. suigenetic[obs3]. destroyed &c. be all up. put an end to. sweep away. fell. destructive. level with the dust. go to the dogs. tottering to its fall. multiply. v. 756. tear to tatters. demolish. prostrate. revivify. scuttle. sap. reappearance. extinguish. Adj. shatter. quell. disorganize. swamp. resurge[obs3]. deadly &c. (production) 161. expunge. devour. Phr. atomize. tear up. Reproduction. refashion. bomb. throw overboard. subvert. upset. new edition. revive. perishing &c. crash. dissipate.. ecrasez l'infame [Fr][Voltaire]. go to pot. beat down. subversive. go to shivers. devastate. destroy. waste. cut to pieces. extinct. reproduced &c.-. producer. wreck.

sept. multiply. litter. Adj. procreator. land flowing with milk and honey. warren. plumule[obs3].. fructify. heir-apparent. heir. genealogy. grandfather. aftermath. V.N. house. family. superfetation. patriarchal. prime mover. abba[obs3]. parentage. 50 --> #167. pregnant. iconoclast. maker &c. paternal. rising generation. creator. uberous[obs3]. "the child is father of the man" [Wordsworth].-. line. heiress. scion. idoloclast[obs3]. bantling. dad. pullulation. frugiferous[obs3]. progeny. prime mover. <-. mabap[obs3]. rowen[obs3]. maternity. make -productive &c. great-grandchild. "happy he with such a mother" [Tennyson]. procreation. omnific[obs3]. hydra. adj. straight descent.N. teeming. heredity. spawn. fructification. hombre bueno no le busquen abolengo[Sp][obs3]. spermatic. off-shoot. patriarchs. motherhood. generative. line. teem. rabbit. 161. forbears. philosophia stemma non inspicit [Lat][Seneca]. dam. family. sire. adj. impregnate. productiveness &c. productive. posterity. parent. like son". (punish) 975. sonship[obs3]. olive-branch. paternity. (agent) 690. seed plot. fecundify[obs3]. fathership[obs3]. "like father. family. luxuriant. chip off the old block. fatherhood. heirpresumptive.N. assassin &c. fruit-bearing. procreant[obs3]. race. pedigree. daughter. papa. 162). greatgrandfather. sprit[obs3]. life-giving. Paternity. eidoloclast[obs3]. stock. maternal. breed. father. lineage. parental. extraction. Phr. multiplication. procreate. diphyletic[obs3]. fruitful. grandchildren. eddish[obs3]. spermative[obs3]. milch cow.N. Destroyer. teemful[obs3]. destroyer &c. child. second crop. fecundity. stem.p. conceive. #166. primogeniture. ancestry. ancestor. heirs. mover. (destroy &c. (killer) 361. progenitor. ancestral. fertility. executioner &c. "the fruit doesn't fall far from the tree". multiparous. nihilist. (bane) 663. offspring. issue. grandmother. Adj. linear. seed. generate. grandsire[obs3]. fertilize. pregnancy. Adj. birth. fertile. paterfamilias. son. fecund. luxuriance. cankerworm &c. genitor. Posterity. consanguinity &c. ramification. tree. brood. aftergrowth[obs3]. sprout. uberty|. biblioclast[obs3]. produce &c. stirps. spat. 81 . forefathers. protoplasm. #165. propagation. mamma. arrish[obs3].-. propagable. avi numerantur avorum[Lat]. prolific. Phr.. mother. architect.generator. trunk. fecundate. procreative. fertilization. 11.-. filiation[obs3]. tribe. #168. farrow. branch. butcha[obs3]. shoot. Productiveness -. acrospire[obs3]. off-set. lineage. clan. filial. aftercrop. descent. materfamilias[Lat]. descendant.

pungency &c. double-distilled. issueless[obs3]. acritude[obs3]. 51 --> #171.-. adj. brisk. force. adj. activity. sharp. come play. Sahara. howling wilderness. strike home. be -in action &c. working.N. exert. 631. be . (inutility) 645. trenchant.parturient &c. 682. unprofitableness &c. strong. [make unproductive] sterilize. unprolific[obs3]. practical. quicken. voluntary energy &c. adj. perturbation. rush. fire. barren. unproductiveness &c. have free play. quicksilver. agency. active. Adj. (render violent) 173. 82 . keenness &c. forcible. adj. high pressure. exercise. take effect. exertion &c. acute. have play. (mental) 824. double-shotted[obs3]. harsh. virulence. profitable &c. strength. unprofitable &c. Adj. modus operandi &c. (instrumentality) 631. acarpous[obs3]. sustain. play. arid. cantharides. incisive. #169.p. waste. strain. function.. 175. act. desert. hang fire.. in operation.N. poignant. intense.. disable. fallow. instrumentality &c. V. adj. home stroke. sharpen.-. flash in the pan. effervescence. vivid. play. physical energy. operative. 632. at work. (strengthen) 159. maintaining power. sterile. fruitless. V. by means of &c. (voluntary) 680. bustle. unproductive. 153. ebullition. interaction. intensify. make an impression. Physical Energy. addled. acted upon. 392. wilderness. double-edged. stir. 157. intensity. irritation. infecundity[obs3]. 158. Agency.N. causiticity[obs3]. seasoning &c.. inoperative. Adv. give -energy &c. infecund[obs3]. point. keen. (condiment) 393. sustaining power. elasticity. perform. in play. inflame &c. 627. go. infertile. maintain. operation. sterility. V. agitation. come to nothing.. corrosive. n. (useful) 644. excitation &c. wrought upon. act upon. splutter. kindle.. force. energize. power &c. office. sine prole. poignancy. (effort) 686. inactivate.-. through &c. (producing) 161. (useless) 645. procurement.unproductive &c. edge. unfertile. (doing) 680. support. on foot.. maintenance. in force. ferment. null and void. Unproductiveness. addle. action &c. deep-dyed. swing. acting &c. severity. severe. influence &c. (mental energy) 604. quickening power. harshness &c. of no effect. n. excite. infertility. Adj. operate. "I myself must mix with action lest I wither by despair" [Tennyson]. work. impotence &c. hard home. effectual. fermentation. wild. <-. causation &c. efficacious. by the -agency &c. in action. masturbation. caustic. bring to bear upon. resolution &c. acrimony. vigor. interworking[obs3]. strike. come bring into operation. rousing. stringent. energy. into home. stimulate. virulent. work.of. efficient. teemless[obs3]. energetic. wind up &c. mordant. strain. in exercise. unfruitful. #170. Phr.

radioactive. sharpen. inflame. inertness. spasm. storm. come on like a lion. suscitate|. heavy. blow up. Adj. slack. fly out. potent &c. bounce. blow one's cool.. sluggish. inertia. debacle. hysterics. inactivity. spread like wildfire. make a riot. detonate.. dormant. 826[obs3]. run wild. orgasm. violence. rush headlong. burst out. volley. adj. Phr. 606. (blusterer) 887. go on a rampage. dissilience[obs3]. uninfluential[obs3]. quiescence &c. hang fire. inexcitability &c. callithump [obs3][U. unreactivity. (powerful) 157. #172. effervescence. run riot. mental inertness. all the fat in the fire. rush. flat. madcap. Herod. slow. kindle. fly. adj.-. strongly &c. torpid &c. rough weather. torpor. ebullition. le diable a quatre[Fr]. Adv. exasperation. blast. aphrodisia[obs3]. shog[obs3]. eruption. berserker. lash. 683. noble metal. smolder. boil over. latency. passive. turbulence. (disorder) 59. shock. displode|. bear down. quicken. riot. ferocity. rumpus. strain. outbreak. in abeyance. kick up a row. roar. make a row. unreactive. coup de main. blunt. uproar.N. escharotic|. stimulate. fury. be -inert &c. rage. rampage. paraffin. tiger. break open. Tisiphone[obs3]. (agitation) 315. turmoil &c. ferment. burst. <-. climax.. force. 605. rush foremost. run amuck. romp. with telling effect. explosion. urge. 141.. aggravate. discharge. sloth &c. detonation. turn on. exacerbation. (pungent) 392. vehemence. fit. (inactivity) 683. crump[obs3]. 83 . wild beast. smoldering. excite. tear. raise a storm. prize open. go bananas. berserk. fly off the handle. shock. adj. irresolution &c. burst.N. passivity. bluster. go off. the steam is up. earthquake. 265. vis inertiae[Latin].. convulsion. displosion|. thunder. might.-. permanence &c. storm. passion &c. latent. row. annoy. incite. inactive. fire eater &c. beldame. irritate. flash. explode. torrent. ride roughshod. bluster. run high. languor. throe. dead. Physical Inertness. "the race by vigor not by vaunts is won" [Pope]. brute force. V. thunderstorm. wreak. (wind) 349. inclemency. fortiter in re[Lat]. ferment &c. racy &c.. rage. paroxysm. adj. rare gas. inertion[obs3]. break the peace. flare. inaction. out Herod. tame. adj. be -violent &c. adj. bounce. vires acquirit eundo[Lat]. rough house*. fume. Alecto[obs3]. force open. break out. demon. foam. squall &c. V.drastic. fly into a rage (anger) 900. (state of excitability) 825. exasperate. outrage. inert. malignity. inactively &c. foment. in suspense. dragon.separate force from violence? --> #173. stir up. Adv. devil to pay. outburst. dullness &c. dull. render violent &c. flip one's lid. volcano. lifeless. rush. exacerbate.. strain. riot. impetuosity. blow up. S. obstinacy &c. Violence. boisterousness &c.. hit the ceiling. fury. effervesce. unexerted[obs3]. hit the roof.]. blow one's top. tempest. Megaera. [(person) shout or act in anger at something] explode. go ape. severity &c. accelerate. boil. adj. 739.

tame. ungovernable. appease. anodyne. sobriety. abrupt. add fuel to the flame. mitigate. assuagement. <-. wet blanket.. mattre de l'eau dans son vin[Fr]. rose water. mollify. compose. with might and main. troublous[obs3]. irrepressible. orgastic. blunt. obtund[obs3]. slake. hysteric. sedative. pacify. sober down. moderate. lullaby. infuriate. tooth and nail.p. furious.. opium. unquenched. allay. brusque. disorderly. 52 --> #174. explosive. fierce. in desperation. desperate &c. dull. hot. amain[obs3]. ungentle. v. curb &c. lenitive.N. turn off. discharge. pour oil on the waves. at one fell swoop. pour oil on the troubled waters. anaphrodisia[obs3]. immitigable. tumultuary[obs3]. contemporation[obs3]. smooth down. rough. incontrollable[obs3]. dulcify[obs3]. detonating &c. mental calmness &c. detonate. moderating &c. smooth. detonize[obs3]. uncontrollable. smooth over.convulse. ferocious. blustering. pour oil on the fire. demulcent. furor arma ministrat[Lat]. lessen &c. in hysterics. (wind) 349. inextinguishable. (restrain) 751. "poppy or mandragora". rebate. keep within compass. throw cold water on. adj. relent. measure. savage. hush. vehement. palliative. violent. vi et armis[Lat]. relaxation.. accoy|. still. gentleness &c. violently &c. boisterous. go out like a lamb. temperateness. "roar you as gently as any sucking dove. set off. bluff. swag. golden mean. calm down. remission. head foremost. cool. damp. outrageous. convulsive. lay. headstrong. attemper[obs3]. pacification. extravagant. balm. through thick and thin. 740. sheathe. orgasmatic. frenzied &c. contemper[obs3]. warm. take off the edge. v. opiate. fiery. with a high hand. flaming. unmitigated. fulminate. antispasmodic. milk. throw a wet blanket over. excited &c. rude. smooth. infuriate. let fly." 84 . deaden. Adj. rock to sleep. a outrance[obs3]. laudanum. tranquilize. uproarious. tame &c. soothe. meteoric. settle down. pacify. scorching. fierce as a tiger. moderator. oleum addere camino[Lat]. riotous. v. tranquilization[obs3]. lull. mitigation. quiet. sober down.. red-hot. by storm. headlong. unrepressed. at the point of the sword. carminative. moderation. by force. fly off. Moderation. keep the peace. (subjugate) 749. unappeasable. alleviate. ravening. rampant. take in sail. lash into fury. at the point of the bayonet. wild. v.. unmitigable[obs3]. unquelled[obs3]. tumultuous. ebullient. turbulent. tameless. insuppressible. stormy &c. madden. (insane) 503. calm. soften. raging &c. "blown with restless violence round about the pendent world" [Measure for Measure]. lenify[obs3]. (decrease) 36. by main force. waspish. slacken. (inexcitability) 826[obs3]. assuage. Adv. sharp. subdue. (rash) 863. remit. unextinguished[obs3]. tone down.. <gr/ariston metron/gr>[Grk]. lenity &c. acute. quell. volcanic. juste milieu[Fr]. spasmodic. a toute outrance[Fr][obs3]. Phr. poppy. impetuous. sober. temper. check palliate. pour balm into. be -moderate &c. unruly.-. obstreperous. V. explode.. orgasmic. with a vengeance. adj. 160. frantic. keep within bounds. quiet. adj. unbridled. chasten. fan the flame. weaken &c.

unconducting to[obs3]. predisposition. antiorgastic[obs3]. inconsequential. Phr. 154. weigh. mood. pull*. unirritating[obs3]. lenitive. capability &c. dominate. set. prevailing &c. quiet. work upon.-. conatus[Lat]. pressure. pour oil on troubled waters. mellow. lenient &c. turn the scale. magnetize. throw one's weight into the scale. tower of strength. tendency. V. over weigh. adj. rampant. dominant. 85 . uninfluential[obs3]. over-ride. adj. importance &c. make one's voice heard. sober. influential. footing. effective. <-. take hold. inclination. unconducing. in the ascendant. play a leading part. idiocrasy[obs3]. auspices. Adj. be recognized. idiosyncrasy. #175a. domination. leaning to. Tendency. gain a hearing. 683. temperate. dominance. peaceable. have the upper hand. unexciting. vantage ground. within compass.[Midsummer-Night's Dream]. 53 --> #176. gain head. predominate. control. get the upper hand. Indirect Power #175. Absence of Influence. weight. synergy (cooperation) 709. mild as mother's milk. smooth. anaphrodisiac[obs3]. at half speed. ascendency[obs3]. sway. pacific. have -influence &c. leverage. have no -influence &c. gain full play. (direction) 278. cast.N. regnant. tempered &c. grain. propensity. moderate.737. 175. piano. strike root in.-. measured. prevalent. unruffled. spread like wildfire. tame. bent. Adj. have full play. gain the upper hand. be listened to. carry weight.. predominancy[obs3]. demulcent. Adj. halcyon. V. powerless &c. oily. susceptibility. have a hold upon. play. pull the strings. 158. interest. important &c. gingerly. in reason. mild. still. take root.. authority &c. liability &c. anodyne. preponderance. untroubled.. milk and water. be -influential &c. Adv. weighty. 158. temperament. quality. play a leading part in. prevalence. purchase &c. v. aptitude. proclivity. Influence. peaceful. under easy sail. bias.. Phr. soft. gentle. reasonable.-. tel maure tel valet[Fr]. moderately &c. (support) 215. over-bear. 642. tone. (power) 157. drift &c.. out weigh. est modue in rebus[obs3]. nisus[Lat]. inertness &c. patronage. with telling effect. run through. get full play. n. predominance. bland. take the lead. v. nugatory. aptness. slow. be -rife &c. humor. prevail. pervade. irrelevancy &c. reign. protection. 177. turn. bear upon. 642.p. lead the dance. 740.. adj. predominant. impotence &c. powerlessness. hypnotic &c. sedative. tell. play a part. rage. vein. proneness. unconducive. 10. 10. Adv. influence. 172. host in himself.N. hegemonical[obs3]. calm. set the fashion. effect &c. ineffective. within bounds. 4. tranquil. cool. gain a footing.N. nature. rife. irrelevant &c.

V. V. obnoxious to. answerable. #177. 177. 708. v. in alliance with. (compensation) 30. Adv. concur. (compensate) 30. renitency. voluntary resistance &c. banded together. consent. (resist) 719. subservience &c. contrariety &c. resistance. verge. run parallel. go along with. hang together. carry. Counteraction. 5. (hindrance) 706.-. militate against. &c. block. repression &c. Adj. on the cards. hinder &c. at the mercy of. run counter. retroaction &c. v. antagonistic. collision. contribute. interfere with. possibility. partnership &c. interference. opposition. liability. traverse. for. trend. go against. make common cause. concurrence. beat against. reaction. reactionary. unexempt from[obs3]. conduce. stultify. lay oneself open to. contingency. conduce. 712.conduciveness. agreement &c. additivity. liable. clash. opposites. V. bend to. lie under. contravene. coinciding. common cause.. voluntary opposition &c. union. 86 . conducive. V. (restraint) 751. concurrent. 719.. (cooperate) 709. subject. Adv. 708. (utility) 644. (aid) 707. stand a chance. promote &c. counteracting &c. incident to. Adj. in a fair way to. contribute. susceptivity[obs3]. redound to. conflict with. exposure. Adj.-. (recoil) 277. bid fair to. conspire. 14. conducement[obs3]. with one consent. clashing &c. go with.N. #179. lead. alliance. check &c. consilience[obs3]. yang and yin. contrary &c. calculated to.. liable &c. 665. whither. neutralize. (instrumental) 631. counteraction. expose oneself to. vis inertiae[Lat]. v. affect. overpoise[obs3]. inhibition. coagency[obs3]. susceptibility. in danger &c. go hand in hand with. (restrain) 751. counterpoise &c. 644. applicability &c. conflicting. v. oppose &c. cooperation. subsidiary &c. unite. 23. friction. incidental. exposed to. open to. 709. incur. agree. polarity. Combinations of Causes #178. concert. Adj. undo.-. incline. concurring &c. jostle. dependent on. within range of. synergy &c. join forces. Liability. (assent) 488. adj. pull together.. (aid) 707. coincidence &c. antagonism. action and reaction. withstand &c. react &c. contingent.N. run the chance. cross.N. counteract. useful &c. tending &c. run against. open a door to. tend. retroactive.. of one mind. (helping) 707. subservient &c. liableness[obs3]. help to &c. be -liable &c. (instrumentality) 631. neutralization &c. possible. Concurrence. dispose. apt to. antagonize. (recoil) 277. at one with. repress &c. keep pace with. working towards. gravitate towards. renitent. 14. 706. yang-yin (contrariety) 14. counterblast[obs3]. coincide.

margin. patch. distance &c. <-. region. length and breadth of the land. range.p. close. length &c. square centimeters. open space. extensively &c. roods and perches. roomy. compass. size &c. here there and everywhere. 780 and Government &c. void &c. expanse. free space. swing. ABSTRACT SPACE % <-. acres. trackless. Adj. 708. field. in spite of &c. inclosure. enceinte. 87 .] Region. in the wide world. orb. all the world over. infinity &c. abyss &c. to the four winds.N. street &c. throughout the world. scope.N. quarter. capacious. square miles. sphere. all over. way. vast. (limit) 233. [Indefinite space. pathless. Adv. court. although &c. space. widespread. hypervolume. right and left. clearing. throughout the length and breadth of the land. tolerance. 30. pale &c. #181. wildness. from end to end.] Space. department.-. stretch. wilderness. far and near. latitude. dimension. volume.. in all quarters. atom &c. march. to the uttermost parts of the earth. sphere. circuit. under the sun. roomage[obs3]. S P A C E I N G E N E R A L 1. arpents[obs3]. walk. opening. waste.]. elbow room. square inches. shoreless[obs3]. "for every action there is a reaction. (interval) 198. expansive. field. [political divisions: see property &c. area. uncircumscribed. ares. square yards. soil. reservation. realm. reserve. 737a. extensive. play. square meters. compartment. arena. enclave. spacious.Adv. everywhere. unlimited space. world. superficial extent.. proportions. Phr. stowage.dimensions must be broken down separately --> #180. ubiquity &c. from Dan to Beersheba. leeway. in all lands. field. (smallness) 32. campagna[obs3]. circle. on the face of the earth.-. extension. hemisphere. beat. world-wide. from China to Peru [Johnson]. district. 200. dot. against. [Definite space. hectares. adj. from Indus to the pole [Pope]. Inextension. 192.-. room. (absence) 187. arena. 54 --> % CLASS II WORDS RELATING TO SPACE SECTION I. far and wide. moorland. acres and perches. parcel. preserve. (presence) 186. (infinite) 105. from pole to pole. spare room. equal in force and opposite in direction" [Newton]. point. wherever. extent. ample. purchase. moor. boundless &c. plot. acreage. spread. in every quarter. #180a. 105. extended. room for maneuver. inextension[obs3]. ground. house room. precincts. hyperspace. from all points of the compass. yards (clothing) &c. 196. nonextension[obs3]. expansion. sweep. (abode) 189.N.

lie. sit down. in such and such surroundings. geography. dot.] Place. in such and such environs. meridian.clime. colonize.-. habitation &c. 2. climate. (limited space) 182. provincial. (situation) 183. settlement. in various places. niche. premises. colony. put up at. plant oneself. mooring. square. pitch. situation. quarter. 88 . cohabitation. position. come to an anchor. spot. place. hive. install. inhabit &c. vest. establishment. embed. localization. put up. bivouac. cradle. deposit. lay. settle down. chorography[obs3]. place. fixation. surroundings (location) 184. take up one's abode. collocation. surroundings (situation) 183. lithosphere. Adj. 189. situated. topical. settlement. compartment. nook &c. hole. 300. area. environment. territorial. squat. tuck in. pin. aspect. amidst such and such surroundings. environment. set. #182. Location. pose. map &c. standpoint. moor. in some place. regional. whereabouts. courtyard. lieu. post. adopt. imbed. situate. thereabouts. strike root. quarter upon. circumjacence &c. be situate. lade. (receptacle) 191. hereabouts. there. tether. get a footing.N. encamp. keep house. local. local. (corner) 244. installation. se nicher[Fr]. 554. domesticate.-. topography. whereabouts. #184. Adv. zone. every hole and corner. post. establish. anchorage. precinct. venue. reposit[obs3]. locale. point. here and there. parochial. in situ. latitude and longitude.N. shelve. saddle with. circumjacence &c. ground. standing. somewhere. take root. (insert) 300. cantonment. picket. posture. endenization[obs3]. fix. graft. bag. stow. lodgment. billet on. load. endenizen[obs3]. V. "a local habitation and a name" [Midsummer Night's Dream]. ins and outs. in loco. here. 227[obs3]. localize. anchor. status. (direction) 278. amidst such and such environs. house. pack. establish oneself. deposition. abode &c. make a place for. V. station. (be present) 186. domestication. pigeonhole &c. Adj. naturalization. perch. Situation. biosphere. lay down. footing. package. station. burrow. camp. take up one's quarters. seat. colonization. latitude. invest in. Adv. in place. situation. in such and such entourage. passim. plant &c. site. encampment. attitude. pitch one's tent. bearings &c. lodge. root. locate oneself. habitat. lading. (abode) 189. station. n. stage. settle. place. cast anchor. packing. here and there. locate.-. locality &c. put. wherever it may be. freight. naturalize. be situated. seat. RELATIVE SPACE #183. pocket. insertion &c. 227[obs3]. spot &c. reposition.N. locality. location. [Limited space. situate. plantation. topographical &c. amidst such and such entourage. passim. put up one's horses at. have its seat in. stowage.

in the wrong place. omnipresence. moored &c. perch. meet one at every turn. draft off. ubiquity. v. aboard. unload. look on. ejectment &c. reside. adj. assister[obs3]. Adj. bystander &c. vested in. set aside. transfer &c. unestablished[obs3]. imbedded. vacuity. abide. at anchor. omnipresent. be there. afield. adj. present. unremoved[obs3].. remove. overrun. exile &c. take away.. nonresidence. whereness[obs3]. depart &c. V. exile &c. v. exemption. absenteeism. permeate. full of people. EXISTENCE IN SPACE #186. under the nose of. situate. live. be present &c. occupancy. on board. remain. elocation[obs3]. (space) 180. homeless.-. there. occupying. unplaced. in the flesh. before.1] Absence. show one's face. nusquam est qui ubique est [Lat][Seneca].. present oneself. dislocation &c. frequent. embosomed[obs3]. run through. ubiety[obs3]. misplaced. universally present. unhoused[obs3]. #185. 184.-. Adv. exist in space. pervasion. 2[obs3]. where. displace. emptiness &c. attendance.. lie.N. dislodge.-. replace &c. (transference) 270. truant. absentee. houseless[obs3]. [Nullibiety. void. rooted. <-. unsettled. occur in a place. fish out of water. revisit. here there and everywhere &c.N. ubiquitous. fill. resident. (banishment) 893. misplacement. (interval) 198. ensconced. ubiquitary[obs3]. on the spot. out of a situation. inhabiting &c. vacancy. tabula rasa[Lat]. occupation. people. disestablish. hiatus &c. out of its element. Presence. removal &c. make one of. sojourn. Adj. cart away. 297[obs3]. permeation. presence. resiant[obs3]. lade &c. displant[obs3]. ablegate[obs3]. 3. lodge. residentiary[obs3]. lipotype|!. stand. out of place.. be through. here. (eject) 297. vacate. nestle. 89 . in presence of. nonattendance. 61.p. inhabited. (be located) 184. occupy. inexistence &c. over spread. displaced &c. be disseminated. 56 --> #187. pervade. absence. diffusion &c. in person. inhabit. 184. dwell. posited. be diffused. vacuum. make one at. moored &c. (dispersion) 73. transposition. tenant. domesticated. 293. at home.put back. in the face of. haunt. Phr. take up one's abode &c. displacement. unharbored[obs3]. placed &c. Displacement. 270. attend. under the eyes of. populous. peopled. take off. stay. v. in propria persona[Lat].N.. Adj. alibi. (restore) 660. (seclude) 893. roost. (spectator) 444. find oneself. dispel. everywhere. v. empty &c. resort to. ubiquitariness[obs3]. fall in the way of. domiciled. V. misplace.

throne. deserted. nowhere to be found.]. not present. in the occupation of. domestic. sojourn. occupant. seat. burgess. occupied by. garrison. lap. absent. lares et penates[Lat]. "in the hope to meet shortly again and make our absence sweet" [B. hearth. play truant. backwoodsman. "absence makes the heart grow fonder" [Bayley]. Hibernian. colony. from home. aux absents les os. empty. "absent in body but present in spirit" [1 Corinthians v. or resort. absento nemo ne nocuisse velit [Lat][Propertius]. without. (locate oneself) 184[obs3]. sterile. homestall[obs3]. keep aloof. inexistence &c.-. native. inglenook. resiance|. resident. native.. household gods. domicile. stay away. "Achilles absent was Achilles still" [Homer].N. neither here nor there. cockney. Jonson]. lost. 57 --> #189. seraglio.] Abode. cottier[obs3]. keep away. Scotchman. boarder. withdraw. Brother Jonathan. fireside. vacate. nobody present. Scotch. vacuous. V. ingle side. place. backsettler[obs3]. homestead. habitation.-. autochthones[obs3]. barren. addressee. vernacular. burgher. Adv. 90 .S. settlement. occupier. lodger.nobody. British. uninhabited. inhabit &c.N. Canadian. John Bull. colonist. hold aloof. abode. Phr. omitted. population. Irishman. inmate. elsewhere. Cambrian. (stranger) 57. squatter. villager. berth. hotel keeper. minus. behind one's back. (mankind) 372. hearth stone. commorant[obs3]. incumbent. Welsh. domesticated. 2[obs3]. away. quarters. Canadian. wanting. townsman. tenantless. crew. go away &c. newcomer &c. Irish. autochthonal[obs3]. endenizen &c. natal. Scottish. residentiary[obs3]. nowhere. sans. roof. [Place of habitation. downeaster [U. American[obs3]. domiciled. citizen. mir[obs3]. indigene. desert. 293. domiciliary. not a soul. naturalized. Bishop Wilkins. be absent &c. Englishman. householder. make oneself scarce. pad. habitant. zenana[obs3]. Yankee. housing. indigenous. cotter. tabernacle. #188. cit. country. ame qui vive[Fr]. lodging. American[obs3]. inhabitant. English. harem. 3]. Scot. briller par son absence[Fr]. untenanted. missing. chimney corner. compatriot. vacant. absent oneself. headquarters.p. planter. in default of. nonresident. adj. aborigines. void. the bird has flown. diggings. residence. ark. where one's lot is cast. --> <-. people &c. nobody on earth. local habitation. home. Uncle Sam. gone. V. dwelling.1. digs. Inhabitant. address. non est inventus[Lat]. Welshman. oppidan[obs3]. Canuck*. denizen. settler. Adj. keep out of the way. <-. fatherland. garrisoned by. household. "conspicuous by his absence" [Russell]. Caledonian. innkeeper. uninhabitable. indweller[obs3]. unoccupied. paying guest. sojourner. domiciliated[obs3]. locum tenens. Adj. aboriginal. devoid. cottager. autochthonous. islander. tenant. apartment. (be present) 186. dweller.

farm. bungalow. folly. circus. mug house. log cabin. stamping ground. spa. bower. U. cabaret. anchorage. county town. retreat. bawn[obs3]. barrel house* [U. tower. sanctum sanctorum[Lat]. cell. suburban. road. pavilion. tenement. roadstead.]. gin palace. nidification. village. hall. place. lane. chateau. courthouse [U. (covering) 223. tepee. block of buildings. rookery. stall. quarter. gardens. alameda[obs3]. casa[Sp]. building &c. roads. hotel. restaurant. urban. meetinghouse. chalet. inhabit &c. shanty. town. almshouse[obs3]. rents. &c.]. kennel. barrack. shebang*. dak bungalow[obs3]. [quarters for animals] cage. polygon. row. grove. cottage. saloon [U. (inclosure) 232. pen &c. square. court. iglu[obs3]. terrace.]. hamlet. columbarium. passage. shingle house. mall. housing. basin. nest. aerie. grange. shed. place. shippen[obs3]. cloister. "even cities have their graves" [Longfellow]. columbary[obs3]. 1000. estaminet[obs3]. 91 . 191. ghetto. buffet. biosphere. market place. kala jagah[obs3].]. hotel. hospice.S. cote. borough. covert. bar room. poorhouse. sty. canteen. arbor. gin mill. port. box. pleasure ground. bivouac. roost. dorp[obs3]. rotunda. ham. country seat. doghouse. nidus. chophouse. chamber &c. metropolitan. hive. (locate oneself) 184. Adj. haunt. colonnade. lodge. cow house. exchange [euphemism. cantonment. country. xenodochium[obs3]. eyry[obs3]. pub. (receptacle) 191. den. caravansary. hacienda.household. pen. eating house.S. villa. garden. toft[obs3]. alley. (region) 181. hostelry. mews. cafe.S. frame house. shack. club. dugout [U. lair. bar. wigwam. province. booth. casemate[obs3]. capital messuage. castrametation[obs3]. posada[obs3]. rustic. coop.S. palatial. parish &c. native land. wynd[Scot]. casern[obs3]. terrarium. crescent. manor-house. igloo. dovecote. castle. rus in urbe[Lat]. Phr. tavern. esplanade. barn. shebeen[obs3]. arcade.]. byre. resort. cookshop[obs3]. log house. (be present) 186.]. close. hangout. messuage. thorp[obs3]. dive [U. hut. camp. wharf. clubhouse. court. flat house. street. kiosk. hostel. V. habitat. hole. take up one's abode &c. lacuspile dwelling[obs3]. topek[obs3]. park. quay. mansion. tent &c. encampment. suburb. temple &c. native soil. board walk. stall. lacuslake dwelling[obs3]. assembly room. home sweet home. lacustrine dwelling[obs3].S.]. jacal[obs3]. khan. place. kraal. zoo. watering place. bothy[obs3]. tenement house. apartment house. hiding place. ecological niche. environment. burgh. peristyle. residences. aviary. quad. cabin. yard.S. rural. range. perch. parade. (construction) 161. grill room. ubi libertas ibi patria[Lat]. quadrangle. hermitage. plaisance[obs3]. coffee house. buildings. plaza.S. townhouse [U. pot house. snuggery[obs3]. demesne. paternal domicile. cosmopolitan. croft. stable. provincial. harbor. public house. piazza. embankment. city. cot. farmhouse. palace. barn. dock. cow shed. eyrie. eigner Hert ist goldes Werth[Ger]. doghold[obs3]. metropolis. house. county seat. hovel. capital. dulce domum[Lat]. inn. pump room. hutch. cave. domestic.

toby. pocket. saloon. sugar bowl. pyx. sheath. hod. gizzard. bunker. caraffe. bookcase. graduated cylinder. (magazine) 636. buck-basket. pitcher. quiver &c. saucepan. jar. epergne. 232. coffer. creel. skeel. [Things contained. patella. clothespress. puncheon. jag. cuspidor. pipette. scuttle. davenport. carboy. watch glass. chest. lowboy. dosser. tureen. sac. imperial. pipkin. ladle. (store) 636. vitrine. butt. grip sack [U. etagere. poke. rundlet. platter. valise. desk. butter dish. cradle. cabin. chest of drawers. scrutoire|. spider. tun. stoup. tray. by-room. vial. thimble. cupboard. utricle. flagon. basket of. recess. matrass. load. bushel. story. scrip. posnet|. saucer. basin. test tube. flasket. shipload. saccule. kilderkin. tumbler. rummer. bucket. basket. case. compartment. trunk. compote. #191. knapsack. knit. whisket. calabash. cove. vial. pannier. crock. tub. pod. porringer. trowel. Petri dish. pig gin. safe. bin. Pasteur pipette. buffet. housewife. hopper. 92 . patera. parlor. cellaret. potager. caldron. alembic. wallet. punch bowl. drawer. catch drain. closet. canterbury. reticule. crypt. spittoon. utensil. canister. ewer. glassware. cave &c. cag. cask. cell. caisson. casket. wisket. bag. terrine. budget. vessel. paunch. dish. Erlenmeyer flask. beaker. apartment. udder. bladder. manger. bowl. pigeonhole. syringe. pouch. mug. press. tablespoon. bail. pericarp. haversack. spoon. reservatory. kit. vache. crucible. secretaire. satchel. jar. tazza. culture tube. pan. band-box. glass. bolthead. jorum. stomach. caddy. ullage. inside &c. cancelli. office. jardiniere. contents. secretary. receiver.-. vat. vasculum. atrium. cruse. centrifuge tube. vase. microtiter tray. chamber. stall. salon. tankard. grip. goblet. tyg. chest on chest. can. brazier. big gin. net. pocket pistol. maw. pail. sachel. vacuum flask. room. urceus. inclosure &c. sideboard. lota.S. vesicle. suite of rooms. saddlebags.] Contents. schooner [U. bureau. cardcase. disposable pipette. cyst. burden. flat. corbeille. canteen. -. chalice. pix. apartment [U. cran. hussif. follicle. &c. craw. kettle. dipper. portmanteau. hall.N. calyx. cruet. decanter. cup of. highboy. plate. tableware.#190. gallipot. skillet. creamer. capsule. urn. receiver. box. ditty box. cartload[obs3]. pottle. [For liquids] cistern &c. cabinet. round-bottom flask. Receptacle. pitcher.. scabbard. flask.N. cargo. locker. (concavity) 252. freight. carboy. rack. retort. punch bowl. boot. mug. bassinet. jug. oriel. spatula. vitrics. corner. hamper. cellule. gravy boat. ventricle. crop. amphora. drum.S. pot. barrel. mouth. flask. reliquary. mussuk. keg. 221. sack. capsule. salver. noggin. [laboratory vessels for liquids] beaker. nook.]. catch basin. chafing dish. nipperkin. trencher. hole. cup. caster. bale. skippet.]. shipment. (receptacle) 191 of. vargueno. escritoire. crate. chiffonniere. commode. galipot. bottle. stuffing. court. firkin. horn. till. billy. niche. portfolio. chatti. dorser. socket. cage. fob. shovel. Florence flask.S. receptacle. ditty bag. canakin. breadbasket. phial. lading. demijohn. venter. barrel. recipient. maund|.].

jolly. voluminous. nursery. ladies' room. stout. stateroom. capacity. arbor. lounge. attic. cockpit. (expansion) 194. powder room.]. tonnage. sacculated. cabinet. fleshy. (space) 180. lavatory. corpulence. in condition. den. veranda. capacious. amplitude. deck. carriage &c. towering. ample. ground floor. passage. Gargantua. cubbyhole. 50. thumper. obesity. boudoir. strapping. % SECTION II. mountain. in good case. studio. vascular. great &c. pew. plump. stalwart. Goliath. monstrosity. size. corn fed. loo. summerhouse. grotto. behemoth. considerable. state room.cubicle. mighty. box. mass. cachalot. hangar. corpulent. full. laundry. gaunt. clod. presence chamber. dormitory. gram fed. spanker. spacious &c. bathroom. lumpish. caliber. bed &c. Antaeus. courtyard. stope. 180. bedroom. [in public places] men's room. turgidity &c. GENERAL DIMENSIONS % #192. Brobdingnagian. cellular. monster. garage. outhouse. adj. leviathan. Adj. plumpness &c. enormity. portly. john. entre-sol. ante chamber. brawny. 93 . expanse &c. bulk. hugeness &c. breezeway. U. study. closet. full size. drawing room. adytum. in good condition. squab. cook house. chubby faced. "Triton among the minnows" [Coriolanus]. whacking. greatness &c. obese. sitting room. cellar.. Gog and Magog. clerestory. adj. refectory. best room. basement. dining room.. bulky. [room for defecation and urination] bath room. tun. life size. terrace. large. unwieldy. offices. whooper. corporation. lustihood. locular. elephant. lump. Adj. siliquous. magnitude. chub faced. kitchen. goodly. multilocular. hold. hermitage. lumber room. adj. vesicular. lanai. lobby. cord. vault. massy. storeroom &c. big. bawarchi-khana. largest portion &c. block. polygastric. whale. schoolroom. chopping. reception room. embonpoint. necessary. adj. V. DIMENSIONS 1. cordage. heap &c. comprehensive. strapper. scantling. loaf. rez-de-chaussee. burly. mass. capsular. bulk.-. mezzanine floor. piazza [=veranda. billiard room. portico. vestibule. alcove. nugget. bouncing. (expand) 194. Cyclops.N. well-fed. marsupial. toilet. tenement. hulky. giant. dimension. (assemblage) 72. tunnage. become large &c. full-grown. immensity. dairy. keeping room. (depository) 636.. cystic. library. stoop. porch. recipient. [fixtures: see 653 (uncleanness)]. scullery. porpoise. hall. greenhouse. gallery. conservatory. lodging &c. patio. Size. mound. volume. swad. sanctum. ventricular. salle-a-manger. lean-to. mammoth. saccular. ante room. coach house. hippopotamus. camerated. rest room. proportions. fine. lusty. (in quantity) 31. bower. (vehicle) 272. be large &c. bushel. loft. (abode) 189. spanking. magnificent. fat. corridor. court. colossus. smoking room. siliquose. cockloft. penthouse. jakes.. largeness &c. tablinum. lubberly.S. flesh and blood. massive. (support) 215. garret. (of quantity) 31. pantry.

exiguous. pigmy[obs3]. small fry. fly. lie in a nutshell. prodigious. trivial. petty. in a small compass. thumping. fat as bacon. fat as butter. 203. giant like. urchin. (decrease) 36. (narrow) 203. Expansion. jumbo. scrubby. minikin[obs3]. fat as a pig. tit. microcosm. (in quantity) 32. chit. fat as brawn. vernier. gigantean. millet seed. titanic. manikin. insignificant. dapperling[obs3]. parvitude[obs3]. inappreciable. elfin. adj. 195. subatomic. dwarfish. doll. Littleness. miniature.p. minutely. large as life. enormous. pigmy[obs3]. vanishing point. (swollen) 194. littleness &c. grain of sand. Bunyanesque. pocket. cramped. minutiae &c. microscope (optical instruments) 445. overgrown. intangible. vast. molecular. minute. adj. fragment &c. mouse. (of quantity) 32. puffy &c. Tom Thumb. (contract) 195. emmet[obs3]. 94 . mathematical point. bubble. exiguity. minnow. hulking. microzoal. in a nutshell. pygmy. atomic. shrunk &c. evanescent. immeasurable. dwarfed. infinite &c. increase &c. little. 59 --> #193. pollard. mannikin. microzoa[Microbiol]. unplumbed. microbe. squat. mammoth. dumpy. microphotograph. tomtit. infusoria[obs3]. Cyclopean. on a small scale. Adj. (small part) 51. worm. #194. microscopically. enlargement. unimaginable. rudiment. imperceptible. thin &c. vasty. stupendous. 201. mite. dapper. walloping. limited. (small quantity) 32. microscopy. colossal.. Liliputian. gnat. corpuscular. rudimental. portative[obs3]. monumental. invisible. unfathomable. gigantic. infinitesimal. undersized. Hop-o'-mythumb[obs3]. puppet. rudimentary. dwarf. (unimportance) 643. elf. mighty. parvity[obs3]. midge. scant. microscopic. cramp. plump as a partridge. portable. expansion. granular &c. small &c. <-. micrography[obs3]. stunted. spare. point of a pin. Herculean. short &c. pygmy. be little &c. giant..whopping.N.-. unheard-of. Brobdingnagian. microphotography. amplitudinous. monster.. V. monstrous. grub. vestigial. Elzevir edition. Gargantuan. thinness &c. photomicrography. monad. atomy[obs3]. duodecimo[obs3]. tiny. diminutive. immense.-. pebble. Adv. homunculus. scraggy. atom &c. plump as a dumpling. smallness &c. fat as a quail. phytozoaria[obs3]. 35 of size. shrimp. (unimportant) 643. huge. photomicrograph. inextension[obs3]. of epic proportions. pigwidgeon[obs3]. point. barleycorn. inconceivable. (powdery) 330. Liliputian. 105. thundering. insect. homoeopathic[obs3]. 330. teh granddaddy of all. molehill. duodecimo[obs3]. inconsiderable &c. of cosmic proportions. epitome. weazen|!. powder &c. cock-sparrow. micrometer. become small &c. mustard seed. elephantine.N. runt. impalpable. humongous. maggot. bacteria. animalcule. embryonic. brevipennate[obs3]. dwarf. the mother of all. button. dandiprat[obs3]. inconsiderable. puny. entozoon[obs3]. wee. scale.

exaggerate. widen. oedematous[obs3]. (deteriorate) 659. waste. gemmation[obs3]. expand. full blown. 201. draw in. dwindle. tumefacient[obs3]. astringency. shave. fill out.. wear down. puffing. compression. rarefy. pinch. 192. diminish. cramp. attenuation. shrivel. spread out. blow up. development. turgid. shrink. decrease &c. compactness. gather. <-. render larger &c. emaciation. turgidity. corrugate. outgrow. marasmus[obs3]. put forth. distend. dilatability. surpass &c. extend. consumption. shrinking &c. magnify. swell. collapse. pullulation. condensation. swag bellied|. spread. compendium &c. grind down. become larger &c. wax. distension. 35. narrow. hourglass. grow less. bulb &c. narrow. budding. bourgeon[Fr]. spread. 60 --> #195. v. grow. hydrocephalus. tabefaction[obs3]. larger &c. shear. bulbous &c. dilation. circumscribe &c. contract. inflate. become smaller. diminution. widen. constrict. tighten. scrape. astringents. pot bellied. attenuate. sclerotics. compress. collapse. flabelliform[obs3]. obesity &c. contractility. squeeze. puffy. inflation. dropsy. stuff. wizen. hypertrophy. decrement. 192. pad. squeeze. 192). Contraction. rhipidate[obs3]. constringe[obs3]. neck. spread. (size) 192. decay &c. pullulate. lessening. plumper. abdominous[obs3]. stow. restrain &c. render smaller. spread like wildfire. swell. pursy[obs3]. puffiness. swollen. reduction. distend. tumid. blowzy. lose flesh. V. ampliation[obs3]. amplification. big &c. pare. grow up. tumefying[obs3]. augmentation. [reduce in size by abrasion or paring. [expansion of the universe] big bang. exaggerated. dwarf. aggrandize. atrophy. grind. expansive. warp. pack. tumor.. expanded &c. coarctation[obs3]. diastole. overdistension[obs3]. coarctate[obs3]. burst forth. 36 of size. superiority of size. germination. full grown. develop. not come up to &c. wide open.. see subtraction 38] abrade.extension. be larger than. (be superior) 33. v. decrease &c. shorten &c. compressibility. file. edematous. bedwarf[obs3]. wither. 229. growth. tympany[obs3]. open. wide spread. expand. dilate. deploy. strangulation. file down. overgrown. mantle. become small. fatten. v. 751. condense. incrassate[obs3]. lessen. (large &c. 596. fall away. Adj. lessen. dropsical. (large &c.N. ebb. hydrophthalmus[Med]. amplify. bigswoln[obs3]. full formed. V. (convex) 250. hypertrophied. reduce. gain flesh. rarefaction.-. dispansion|. aggrandizement. turgescence[obs3]. crumple up. cram. 192). take open order. (large &c. vegetate. spring up. expansibility.p. fat. obese. (be inferior) 34. tabes[obs3]. upgrowth[obs3]. sprout. swelling. shoot. boil down. strangle. stretch. crunch. defalcation. puff. growth. tumefaction. turgidness. contraction. bloated. inferiority in size. gather flesh. distended. bud. (convexity) 250. chip. 95 . increment. Hubble constant. fall short of. contract. accretion &c. increase. overgrowth. rub down. wane. enlarge. patulous. crush. compaction. pandiculation[obs3]. extend. purse up. intumescence. systole. squeezing &c. germinate. enchymatous[obs3]. be smaller than. overrun. 36. crimp. corrugation.

vicinage. unapproached[obs3]. foreign parts. remote. perihelion. proximity.. outskirt. (small &c. a great way off.. to the uttermost parts. afar off. purlieus. 286.. tread on the heels of. 199 bring near. 180. transatlantic. a perte de vue[Fr]. stand by. adjacency. stride. far away. far and wide.193). 286. short distance. stand aloof. draw near &c. vicinity. wide away. border upon. contractile. a good way off. keep one's distance'. elongation. neap. nearness &c. longo intervallo[It]. away. vicinage. confines. contiguous. smaller &c. from pole to pole &c. outpost. short cut.-.. converge &c. wide of. reach. close at hand. 194)[obs3]. verge upon. at 96 . offing. stunted. 290. proximate. shrunk. "distance lends enchantment" [Campbell]. ultima Thule[Lat]. distance oneself from.-. 72. yonder. parallax. remain at a distance. Adv. keep clear of. space &c. alentours[Fr]. far off. cling to. spread to. propinquity. banlieue[obs3]. keep off. giant's stride. bordering upon. compressible. outre mer[Fr]. borderer[obs3]. burn. reach to. borderland. longinquity[obs3]. "it's a long long way to Tipperary". keep away. telescopic. transmarine[obs3]. dispersion &c. stand off. farness[obs3].N. crowd &c. far-cry to. #197. near at hand. wide of. convergence 7c. bystander. remote region. stand away. antipodean. wide asunder. out of the way. Adj. contracted &c. removedness[obs3]. further. remoteness. #196. out of hearing. span. abroad. adjacent. beyond. wide apart. incontiguous[obs3]. cosmic distance. far off. clear of. suburbs. span. short step. huddle. stretching to &c. ultramundane[obs3]. out of sight.. whereabouts. hug. Distance. afar. touch &c. adv. ne plus ultra[Lat]. waning &c. pistol shot. Phr.Adj. v. (over great space) 180. Adj. wizened. "over the hills and far away " [Gay]. adjoining. out of mind. aloof. horizon. place side by side &c. neighborhood. nigh. asunder. apart. ultramontane. go to. adj. yon. at arm's length. stretch to. unapproachable. hair's breadth. distal. 290. astringent. close quarters. Nearness. be distant &c. earshot. transpontine[obs3]. over the border. gun shot.N. unexpanded &c. a far cry to. proximal. v. [units of distance] length &c. to the ends of the earth. transalpine. 199. approach &c. out of reach. neighborhood. neighboring. light-years. neighbor. stretch away to. [transitive] distance. hang about. out of the way. long range. off. distant. background. v.73. V. close. adj. distance. compact. extend to. contiguity &c.. inaccessible. yonder. environs. 200. wide of the mark. near. clasp. out of the sphere of. v. contracting &c. strangulated. stay away. tramontane. approximate. nobody knows where. far away. adjoin. get to. trench on. V. adj. ulterior. tabid[obs3]. hyperborean. farther. keep aloof. stone's throw.. hang upon the skirts of. aphelion. bow shot. stand clear of. range. (expand &c. hover over. antipodes. a long way off. be near &c.

rencounter[obs3]. flaw. V. Interval. osculate. rent. hard upon. radius. protraction. interval. span. on the skirts of. chap. incompleteness &c. coexist. crack. at one's elbow. mileage. hole &c. not far from.S. at one's feet. in round numbers. (interjacence) 228[obs3]. proximity. rift. osculatory. rimose[obs3]. rule. beside. alongside. march with. notch [U. on the verge of. at the point of. Adj. interregnum. cleft. (discontinuously) 70. n. contiguous.. near. about. next door to. cheek by jole[obs3]. 61 --> #198. cheek by jowl. spoke. on the brink of. LINEAR DIMENSIONS % #200. roughly. in the environs &c. at one's finger's end. in the way.hand. breachy[obs3]. within reach. abyss.-. [interval of time] period &c. conterminous. hiatus maxime[Lat]. 97 . contact. on the tip of one's tongue. (limit) 233. with an interval. abra[obs3]. thereabouts. Adv. hiatus valde deflendus[Lat]. yardarm to yardarm. v. gap. v..S. intimate. graze. osculation. side by side. coexistence.]. abutment. hiatus. fast by. tangential. near run. interruption. end to end. contiguity. rencontre[obs3]. inlet. 44. close to &c. gulch [U. #199. verging to. breach.. well-nigh. leak. gorge. adj. <-. canon. [transitive][cause to be contiguous] juxtapose. interim (time) 106. (see touch 379). frontier &c.p. far between. within hearing. pass. yawning gulf. rime. creek. n. interspace[obs3]. barranco[obs3]. nigh. prolongation. (touching) 199.. clove [U. gape &c. tete-a-tete. syzygy[Astron]. furrow &c.N. dike. at one's side. join (unite) 43. lengthening &c. but a step. fissure. gully. coincidence. approximately. streak.S. (near) 197. break. frith[obs3]. close to. rimulose[obs3]. meet. crevasse. in contact &c.]. opening. in sight of. cut. on the confines of. under one's nose. hard by. Adv. juxtaposition.. adhesion &c. home. touching &c. near the mark. production. within call.N. within earshot. separation &c. line. parenthesis &c.-. chink. longitude. in juxtaposition &c. appulse[obs3]. cranny. come in contact. abut on. hand to hand. apposition. mesh. be contiguous &c. within a stone's throw &c. join. touching &c. 196. (absence) 187. at intervals &c. adhere &c. contact. length. 108. lacuna. ha-ha. abutter. interstice. in presence of. 259. 53. at one's door. link (vinculum) 45. defile.]. crevice.N. void 7c. barranca[obs3]. as good as. gash. tension. stripe. within an ace of. Length. at the threshold. 198. gulf. % 2. pertingent|.-. borderland. touch. abuttal[obs3]. strait. approximatively[obs3]. longo intervallo[It]. tangent. at no great distance. at close quarters. n. distance &c. with no interval &c. (open) 260. 46. slit. caesura. Contiguity. meeting. bordering upon. at the heels of. V. v. scissure[obs3]. coincide. abysm. close upon. handy. Adj. ravine. chasm. 260. adjoin.. hereabouts. 46. bar.

in short &c. short. 193. v. V. Adj. reduce. summary. at length. chain. kilometer. pollard. stretch. stretch to. rood. shortening &c. league. micron. outstretched. epitomist[obs3]. sprawl. clip. abbreviate. short by. fathom. caliber. elision.. Adj. dock. truncate.. stubbed. retrousse[obs3]. scrimp. shortly &c. curtail.. stretch out. jornada [obs3][U. protract. macrocolous[obs3]. extend to. from top to toe. #202. mile. take in. parsec. pare down. reduction &c. shear. brief. corpulence &c. let out. abridge. produce. palm. V. (space) 180. micrometer. abridgment. in perspective. "drag its slow length along. lineal. elongate. amplitude. drawl. render short &c. ellipsis." render long &c. compact.. scale &c. dilation &c. longitudinal. decurtation|. radius. handbreadth[obs3]. fore and aft. as long as my arm. [astronomical units of distance] astronomical unit. diameter. (in style) 572.]. (size) 192. unshortened &c. concision. concise &c. decurtate[obs3]. conciseness &c. epitomize &c. check the growth of. superficial extent &c. cm.. lop. stocky. from head to foot. light-year. crop. littleness &c.S. no end of. prolong. be long &c. nip. enfilade. stumpy. dumpy. longitudinally. extension. sesquipedalian &c.-. oblate.. epitomizer[obs3]. adj. Shortness. hew. compendious. millimicron. interminable. (measurement) 466. wiredrawn[obs3]. link. thickset. extend. inch. (continuously) 69. v. (expansion) 194.N. Adv. Thickness. pole. abridger. lengthy. longsome[obs3]. cut.]. oblong. 596. crassitude[obs3]. (compendium) 596. linear. long. endlong[obs3]. bore. curtailment. pedometer. lengthwise. along. little &c. shorten. latitude. retrench. foreshorten[in drawing]. 572. distend (expand) 194. cubit. a span. stunt. width. spin out|!. [Measures of length] line. compress &c. prune. 98 . pug. abbreviation. foot. hack. breadth. centimeter.. from stem to stern. curt. #201. from end to end. km. [metric units of length] nanometer. (shorten &c. arpent[obs3]. (contraction) 195. curtailed of its fair proportions. view in perspective. hand. retrenchment. (words) 577. adj. tandem. scrimp. cut down. epitome &c. meter. squat. shorn. make a long arm. in a line &c. furlong. adj. adj. shortness &c.S. as long as today and tomorrow.N. lengthened &c.tensure[obs3]. look along. Adv. 193. squabby[obs3]. chop up. AU. reap. vara[obs3]. kos[obs3]. millimeter. chunky [U. squab. snub. cut short. lengthen. yard. shave. thickness. perambulator. 201)[obs3]. stubby. nm. reach to. from the crown of the head to the sole of the foot. mm. abbreviature[obs3]. Breadth. be short &c.. adj.-. brevity. mow. adj. ell. (concisely) 572. nail. (contract) 195. draw out. obtruncate[obs3].

squamous[Anat]. exility[obs3]. nest of boxes. lamella. #204. monolayer. ridge. scrawny slinky[U.N. table. board. tendril. schistose. emaciation. laminiferous[obs3]. lamellar. pilus. spathose[obs3]. laminated.. fiber. slice. outstretched. trencher. scaly. flake. spindleshanks[obs3]. lean. #205. tabid[obs3]. marcor|. worn to a shadow. (expand &c. ghat[obs3]. contract &c. fanlike. slender. peel. macilency[obs3]. squab. 194. tenuity.. tablet.. pass. "wide as a church-door" [Romeo and Juliet]. plate. narrow. adj. scanty. eschar[obs3]. be narrow &c.. weedy. thick as a rope. story. shave. [in reference to people or animals] emaciated. filmy.-. narrowness &c. ghaut[obs3]. micaceous[obs3]. Adj. slight-made. zone. vein. delaminate. hair's breadth. gossamer. substratum. cilium. pare. coarctation[obs3]. discous[obs3]. widen. escarpment. V. calibrate. coat. (covering) 223. (little) 193. rasher. skinny. gaunt. mere skin and bone. monolayer. extenuated. stricture. 194)[obs3].V. discoid. platter. trilayer[Biochem].. substrata. ample. line. fibril.-. funicle[obs3]. tabular. wide. pellicular. narrowing. adj. integument &c. neck. lean as a rake [Chaucer]. pili. waist. slip &c. cut. isthmus. finespun[obs3]. membrane. starveling. hair. filament. lantern-jawed. meager. thin. 99 . lamellated[obs3]. 223. skeleton. delicate. plate. Adj. outspread. scaliness. peel. schistous[obs3]. 195. marcid|. 195. extended.N. angustation[obs3]. herring gutted. unexpanded &c. macilent[obs3]. epitaxial deposition[Engin]. shaving. adj. cover &c. bed. wafer. latifolous[obs3]. Filament. stage. 198. fine. course. middle constriction. hatchet-faced.]. dess[obs3]. veneer. sheet. thick. narrow. broad. foil. barebone. trilamellar[obs3]. slender as a thread. scale. slim. taper. foliaceous[obs3]. shive[obs3]. become broad. stratum. #203. tier. lamelliform[obs3].N. render narrow &c. taper. lamina. wasp. be broad &c. (filament) 205. pellicle. film. rawboned. lank. thinness &c. exiguity 7c. stratification. foliated. streak. 195. monomolecular.-. flagstone. anatomy. ravine &c. membranous. finger's breadth. coats of an onion. layer. flaky. strata. thread paper. graphitic[obs3]. line. vein. cilia. attenuated. thicken. layered. incapacious[obs3]. squat. scant. thin as a lath. flag. paper-thin. slab. contraction &c. shadow.S. Layer. hourglass. expand &c. coat. bilayer. thickset. spathic[obs3]. closeness. capillament[obs3]. leaf. close. floor. adj. thread-like &c. render broad &c. spare. thin as a whipping post. . slice. Narrowness. lantern jaws. starved. plank. adj. Thinness. contracted &c. thin as a wafer. adj. tapering. shaving. stratified. latifoliate[obs3]. (filament) 205. waste away. V. shriveled. Adj. stratiform. dumpy. lanky. strip.

whipcord. heights &c.. gigantic &c. hilly. dune. beetling. twine. overlying. tower. dome. moor. Height. (covering) 223. colossus &c. satellite.]. filiform[obs3]. (elevate) 307. upstairs. eminent. Adj. highlands. mole. spill. cliff. supernatant. aloft. venose[obs3]. subalpine. highest &c. lofty. fascia.. (rough) 256.orbit. vantage ground. up. . stringy. barrow. flood tide. monticle[obs3]. shiver.send into orbit.]. high tide. spring tide. 250. breast high. superincumbent[obs3]. butte [U. minaret. (angel) 244[obs3]. on high. aloof. high water. overhead. venula[obs3]. c. render high &c. alpine. incumbent. fibrillous[obs3]. cloudcapt[obs3]. filamentous. impend. tall as a steeple. v. (ascend) 305. spire. 63 --> #206. aerial. veinlet[obs3]. rope. towering. grow higher. procerity[obs3]. mountainous. funicular. strand. mount. moorland. hairy &c. surmount. riband. maypole. edge. be high &c. headland. above. brae. ridge. (be superior) 33. ride. elevated. splinter. height. stature. adj. on the shoulders of. ropy. over head and ears. flagelliform[obs3]. rising ground. hover over.. flagstaff. ribbon. giraffe. knoll. tump[obs3]. mound.gossamer. heaven kissing. batophobia[obs3]. cotton. fibrous. cape. insessorial[obs3]. overtop &c. sewing silk. fly over. shred. upland.S. -.N. perch. escarpment. 250. heighten &c. tall.skyscraper. ribbon. taenioid[obs3]. on tiptoe. campanile. wire-drawn. hover. column. bestride. upper. thread. exalted. pikestaff. strip. (roughness) 256. beard &c. cupola.p. picacho[obs3]. bluff. <-. turret. pole. obelisk. beetle. 223. upgrow[obs3]. on stilts. ramification. altitude. command. filaceous[obs3]. thread-like. yarn. dizzy height. down. 307. (thin) 203. jute. (topmost) 210. twist. prominent &c. 100 . capilliform[obs3]. knobby [U.S. ledge. (big) 192. craig[obs3]. fell. rise &c.]. adj. hair stroke. pike. culminate. tor[obs3]. anguilliform[obs3]. elevated &c. Adj. foreland[obs3]. (size) 192. Alp. promontory. soaring. eminence. cord. tower. elevation. knap[obs3]. ceiling &c. cloudtouching[obs3]. hanging [gardens]. be in orbit. filamentiferous[obs3]. spy-in-the-sky. tall as a poplar. overhanging &c. pena [obs3][U. hummock. hill alto. grenadier. perching. in the clouds. shaving. tallness &c. superimposed. pitch. camelopard. knob. stand on tiptoe. monument. loftiness &c. peak. abovestairs[obs3]. venule[obs3]. wire. steeple. cover &c. string. become high &c. list.. Patagonian. sublimity. high. prominence &c. high up. band. airwind[obs3]. Adv. hillock. grow taller. tape. lanky &c. V. pillar. lath. capillary. loma[obs3]. hog's back. altimetry &c. wiry. top mast.. high reaching. topgallant mast. fillet. (summit). adj. overhang.S. 210. roll. slip. cloudtopt[obs3]. hemp. packthread. uplands. taeniate[obs3]. adj. giant. tall as a maypole. venous. steeps. cap. mountain. soar. moorland. clough[obs3]. hang over. taeniform[obs3]. mount. oakum. adj.

apex. depth. noddle[obs3]. benthal[obs3]. basement floor. ground floor. dig &c. heels. squat. nether. below par. plummet. hell. lowness &c. yawning. plunge &c. molehill. under. probe. knee deep. adj. summity|.. Lowness. tip top. lying low &c. botttomless pit[obs3]. pole. Shallowness. 310. submarine. meridian. down stairs. (concave) 252. under foot. below. brow. pit. turn of the tide. adj. subterranean. e meglio cader dalle finistre che dal tetto[It]. rez de chaussee[Fr].. neap. hold. plumb. adj. take soundings.N. buried. gulf &c.N. -. downreaching[obs3]. -. underneath. over head and ears. profound. at the foot of. culminating point. mere scratch. head. (completely) 52. utmost height. knee deep. Adj. Adv. side-looking sonar. fathom. #207. from top to bottom &c. (depress) 308. mark twain. bottomless. make soundings. cap. 310. heave the lead. subterrene[obs3]. upwards. low tide. (horizontal) 213. bathymetry. ankle deep. prostration &c. beneath. beyond one's depth.. underground. shoals. V. profundity. benthopelagic[obs3]. peak.. summit. shoaly[obs3]. culmination. feet. shaft. debased. submerged &c. underlie. (horizontal) 213. lowlands. neap tide. sound. skin deep. just enough to wet one's feet. climax. (excavate) 252. slight. flat. maximum. crouch. ankle deep. end &c. shoal. Adj. be deep &c. fathomless. depression &c. grovel. vertex. render deep &c. water parting.N. adj. water. sky. #208. nether most. 67.over. bilge. deepness &c. crouched. nob[obs3]. abysmal. bowels of the earth. turning point. cellar. out of one's depth. nib. level with the ground. truck. bathycolpian[obs3]. shallow. crater. bathometer[obs3]. under ground. low water. crest. topgallant mast. lie flat. high places. depth of water. lead. superficial. debasement. v. Phr.N. pitch. -. shallowness &c. subaqueous. #209. cast the lead. depression &c. downwards. depression. hollow. prostrate &c. tip. -.p. wallow. sound.. Depth. crow's nest. [instrument to measure depth] sonar. mark twine. ebb tide.. 101 . quarter deck. Summit. crowning point. adj. height. acme. heights. below stairs. Adj. soundless. sounding rod. lie low. crown. sunk.. Adv. low. ne plus utra. at a low ebb. be low &c. 198. <-. well. submersion. adown[obs3]. slouch. V. sky scraper. top. draught. soundings. unfathomable. pinnacle. pate. hurricane deck. deep. lower &c. subterraneous. water shed. fountain head. zenith. spring tide. deep seated. deepen. (concavity) 252. sounding line. adj. 64 --> #210. unfathomed. deep as a well. subjacent. capsheaf[obs3].

N.. verticality. #211. level plane. loft. (be superior to) 33. [instrument to measure horizontality] level. right on end. flag. ground work. capital. foot. footing.]. lie. house top. v. upright. ceiling &c. founded on. adj. be vertical &c. precipice. prostration. stand on end. normal. Base. billiard table. flatten. V.. perpendicularity &c. wall. foundation &c. v. topgallant. 206). toe. erect. atop. calm as a mill pond. nadir. proneness &c. bottom. top. lie prostrate. 102 . floor. adj. wainscot. knock down. pavement. render vertical &c. garret. (covering) 223. plane. coping stone.. jacent[obs3]. meridional[obs3]. orthogonal &c. frieze. keel. stand upright. alluvial. up on end. Adj. butte.. substructure. straight. -. fundamental. set up. lie down. cock up. decumbent. prostrate. adj. recline. adj. head. tympanum.N. sprawl. plummet. a plomb[Fr]. Horizontality. capital.. stand up. estrade[obs3]. square. loll. smooth as glass. (support) 215. centerboard. 216a. prostrate. culminating &c. erection. [flat land area] table land. erectness &c.S. upright. bilge. croquet ground. meridian. ground floor. decumbence[obs3]. pediment. based on. built on. fleur deau[Fr]. bedrock. sconce. Adj. 204. cornice. epistyle[obs3]. platform. recubant[obs3]. rear. 251.. bottom. peak of achievement. decumbency[obs3]. [metaphorical use] summit conference. top. entablature[obs3]. earth. undermost. couchant. ground. dead flat. adj. endwise. plinth.. flat &c. flatness. tiptop. Phr. raise on its legs. paving. spirit level. horizontality[obs3]. calm. sole. overtop &c. stratum &c. plain. nethermost. (high &c. V. rampant. summit. zoophorus[obs3]. horizontal. supernal. peaks and troughs. raise up. accumbent[obs3]. grounded on. esplanade. procumbent.. vertical. supine. mopboard[obs3]. supination[obs3]. flat as a bowling green. reclination[obs3]. upper most. en flute. bowling green. -.architrave. azimuth circle. polar. top most. highest &c. on end. lay out. prone. 216a. lay down. recumbency. right angle. croquet lawn. Adv. adj.N. v. baseboard. v. lying &c. recumbent. Adj. level.. terrace. -. resupination[obs3]. elevation. dead level. #212. erect. at right angles. substratum. adj. up. stick up. lying down &c. root. floor. one one's legs. parterre. plumb.. cock up. perpendicular. be horizontal &c. base. stand erect. standing up &c. #213. discumbency|. rectangular. bolt. mesa (plain) 344. even. peaks and valleys [in graphs]. couch. hoof. upper story. crown. hardpan [U. normal. carped. basement. plane. Adv. flat as a billiard table. ledge. fell. lie flat. smooth. supreme. render horizontal &c. vertically &c. V. hold. cliff. attic. culminate. Verticality. level. plumb line. accubation[obs3]. level. dado. Adj.. peak of performance. plateau. floor. sit down. at the top of the tree. cricket ground. stick up. azimuth. deck. basis.

hatrack. shore.. hanging &c. bourdon[obs3]. v. horn. projecting. sustentation. console. tester. pedicle. caudate. ring. morris chair. landing place. pendulous. rung. (fastening) 45. n. knob. pivot. arch. bedstead. long chair. support. form. mantel. frame. spar. anvil. shelf.. jamb. easel. pommel. jigger. counter. overhanging. on one's back. append. rest. sprit[obs3]. purchase footing. beetle. ground. sling. leg. staple. hangnail peg. trunnion. dependent. swag. Support. easy chair. berth. faldstool[obs3]. stick. foundation. staddle[obs3]. v. sleeper. mullion. perch. supporter. travis[obs3]. lathi[obs3]. hook. retable. on its beam ends. hip rafter. seat. adj. pannel[obs3]. hang. nail. pallet. pendulum. hook up. couch. shakedown. button. bench. V. sofa. having a peduncle &c. jutting over. columella[obs3]. 45. fasten to. #214. skirt. trivet. shank. on all fours. boom. baluster. socle[obs3]. ledge. bandage. transom. axletree. settee. outrigger. flange. lamba kursi[obs3]. monkey. teapoy[obs3]. pensile. Adj. suspension. train. loose. crutch. table. 707. sole. plinth. flow. pedunculate[obs3]. balustrade.N. cue rest. subvention. aid &c. door post.Adv. flap. crown post. hob. hitch. summer. base. cowlstaff[obs3]. joist. rib. <gr/pou sto/gr>[Grk][Grk]. splint. rod. step. tailed. floor &c.. shoulder. clotheshorse. stall. pony tail. -. round. angle rafter. peduncle. stilts. aparejo[obs3]. axis. groundwork.S. backbone. bait [U.. hold. daggle[obs3]. horse. axle. bar.p. dependency.. divan. pendent. stud. substratum. chair. ratlings[obs3]. pediment. mahlstick[obs3]. door jamb. shoe. banister. keystone. abutment. settle. stretcher. alpenstock. hang. scaffold. column. basis. French 103 . hammock. caudex crib[obs3]. stay. cradle. (basement) 211. lamba chauki[obs3]. terra firma. skeleton. horizontally &c. rocking chair. sill. -. baton. bench. crib. post. trail. rafter. peg &c. slab. landing stage. king post. 65 --> #215.. swing. side saddle. flap. pigtail. beam. stand. ottoman. dresser. skid. thill[obs3]. upright. v. buttress. stage. fulcrum. tiebeam &c. stool. tenterhook. four poster. staff. locus standi[Lat]. headstone. pedicel. bearing. truss. pilaster. stanchion. pedestal. pillion.. shaft. bracket. be pendent &c. <-. mantleshelf[obs3]. heel. dais.N. pillar. dangle. point d'appui[Fr]. arm chair. flowing. lap. pedicle. arbor. stirrup. cot. corbel . fastening &c. trevet[obs3]. fulciment|. Pendency. corner stone. trestle. elbow chair. mantle piece[Fr].]. desk. hanging &c. block. modillion[obs3]. throne. rowlock[obs3]. riprap. rack. (pendency) 214[obs3]. adj. musnud[obs3]. girder. woolsack[obs3]. resting place. zocle[obs3]. pack saddle. trave[obs3]. lintel. trucklebed[obs3]. squab. tail. framework.. suspend. suspended &c. cantilever. horse. jamb. prop. thole pin[obs3]. long sleeve chair. platform. litter. fauteuil[Fr]. board. mainstay. saddle. pendency[obs3]. vertebra. bed. depend. beetling.

be at right angles to. stand on. be rectangular. 216} perpendicularity. recline on. loll on. tabouret[obs3]. hypallage[obs3]. ground. (laterally) 236. furnish support. carry. have no correlation. imbed. talus.. uphold. go round. synchysis[obs3]. maintain.. #218. Parallelism. pronation and supination[Anat][obs3]. similarity &c. coextension[obs3]. obliquity. bestride. retroversion. kip. gradient. Adj. wheel round. rug. crookedness &c. swag. anastrophy[obs3]. shelving beach. uncorrelated. monopod. dip. ascent. Hercules. footstool. wheel 104 . distortion &c. hold. under set. easy descent.. supported &c. straddle. Inversion. repose on. bandage &c. -. dorsigerous[obs3]. Persides. -. somersault. pillow. base. 66 --> #217. v. Atlantes[obs3]. palang[obs3]. acclivity. inversion. step on. transposal[obs3]. Adv. lend support. parallel. bestraddle[obs3]. go to the right about. sit on. supply support. (curve) 245. summerset[obs3]. <-. riprap. introversion. under pin. facilis descensus averni[Lat]. 14. V. perpendicular. Caryatides. fall. inclination. {ant. Adj. be orthogonal. Perpendicularity -. abut on. furnish foundations. intersect. give support. supply foundations. palindrome. 212. bolster. devexity|. contrariety &c. found.N. under prop. be perpendicular. tmesis[obs3]. Adj. hyperbaton[obs3]. be based on &c. bank. lean on. mat. rectangular. shoulder. supporting. gentle slope. bolster up. equidistant. pirouette. eversion. tilt. 243. verticality. V. cushion. metastasis. orthogonality. V. bichhona. afford support. tripod. rapid slope. fundamental. rest on. give foundations. afford foundations. metathesis. &c. adj. #216a. monagne Russe[Fr]. prop. easy ascent. wheel about. mattress. anastrophe[obs3].p. bias. turn of the tide. coextensive. bear on. twist. rising ground.. reversal. upbear[obs3]. declivity. 216a} parallelism. sustain. lurch. #216. -. subversion. reversion. leaning &c. paillasse[obs3]. 17. bedding. go about. aid &c. list. tower of Pisa. revulsion. equidistance[obs3]. bend &c. lend foundations. intersect at 90 degrees. V. slope. 43. rise. parenthesis. lie on. bevel. hold up. Obliquity. {ant. hysteron proteron[Grk][Grk]. back up. downhill. support. be inverted &c. alongside &c. transposition. bottom. contraposition &c. be supported &c.N. 237[obs3]. slant. have at one's back. khudd[obs3]. culbute[obs3]. bear. lack parallelism. turn to the right about. keep on foot. embed. hill. Atlas. overturn. cant. 707. turn about.bed. shore up. turn round. orthogonal. intersect at right angles.. v. somerset. bunk.N. hassock. astride on. slopeness[obs3]. Adv.N..

<-. inverse. turn out. top heavy. felt. dovetail. interdigitation. matting. wrong side out. inversely &c. outside. head over heels. at grade [U. exterior. crossed. (covering) 223. network. net. upside down. place exteriorly. lace. dimensions having reference to a center --> % 1. gridiron. tissue. over turn. felt. wreathe. sens dessus dessous[Fr]. knot. link. areolar[obs3]. mokes[obs3]. inosculation[obs3]. inosculate[obs3]. mesh. Adj. decussation[obs3]. splice. capsize.. supine. interlace. entangle. cruciate[obs3]. 227[obs3]. streaked. #219.. secant. exterior. % #220. transversion[obs3]. rivulation[obs3].to the right about. intertwist[obs3]. surface. tangle. web-footed. adj. palmiped[obs3]. v. knot. place outside. Adj. turn over. V. v. grating. wreath. netting. hirdy-girdy[obs3]..N. cross.That is. extrados[obs3]. invert. face. crossbarred[obs3]. crucial. Adv. inverted &c. reverse.N. [web-footed animal] webfoot. grated. braid. be exterior &c. wrong side up. (contrary) 14. trellis. cross. crossing &c. put out. muslin. opposite &c. tat. (disorder) 59. interweave. sleeve. crosswise. lie around &c. mortise. superstratum[obs3]. level crossing. crossing &c. over set. outlying. chain. outward. -. interlink. matted &c. turn turtle. outside. 227. reticulated. topsyturvy. transpose. skin &c. subvert. plait. adj. athwart. 67 --> 3.. turn the tables. weave. culbuter[obs3]. disc. Adv. twine. inside out. plexus. cambric &c. up turn. inweave[obs3]. reverse &c. wattle. twill. cross. CENTRICAL DIMENSIONS <-. disk. reticle. transversely. cross.]. keel upwards. intersection. retiform[obs3]. bottom upwards. 237.S. adj. -. grille. entangle &c. skein. wicker. textile. entwine. [woven fabrics] cloth. thwart. Exteriority. ravel. convolution &c. twill. mat. Crossing. braid. dishevel. General. facet. interdigitate. anastomose[Med]. tilt over. V. mat. barred. filigree. heels over head. superficies. tracery. introvert. cat's cradle.p. fretwork. on one's head. raddle[obs3]. cancellated[obs3]. decussate[obs3]. cruciform. place outwardly. retrovert[obs3]. intertwine. excentricity[obs3]. lattice. anastomosis. plait. plat. v. transverse. external. intersect. intertexture[obs3]. exteriority[obs3]. 105 . web.. outer most. Adj. reticular. reticulation. turn topsy turvy &c. 248. net. go over.. twist. linen. v. up set. topple over. eccentricity. lace. put the cart before the horse. circumjacence &c.

inner. round about &c. counterpane. slates.]. axial. planchment [obs3][U. pillowcase. slating. be inside &c. 6. (abode) 189. ecdemic[Med]. hotbed. dossil[obs3]. subsoil. concentrate. vertebra. there in. inly[obs3]. Adj. center of buoyancy &c. bulkhead [U. rug. indoor. (center) 222. bandage.]. ceiling. interstitial &c. coverlet. symmetry. place within.]. 106 . pillowslip[obs3]. navel. focal. Centrality. bull's eye. pith.. centrally &c. penetralia[Lat]. blanket cloth. intestine. v. awning. extralimitary[obs3]. spinal. backbone &c. converge &c. externally &c. middle &c.]. guts. vernacular. V. #223. tile. adj. baldachino[obs3]. be central &c. eiderdown. blanket. inward. ab intra. intestines. marquee. plafond. where in. Covering. adj. tente d'abri[Fr]. center of gravity. canopy. Adv. endemic. a la belle etoile[Fr]. skin-deep. withinside[obs3]. marrow. extramural. intestinal. viscera. bring to a focus. internally &c. deep seated. (concavity) 252. ab extra.S. discoid.S. endomorphic[Physiol].. middle &c. heart. midst. (interjacent) 228[obs3].]. inside. innermost. pentile[obs3]. centrical[obs3]. subcutaneous. central. belly. recesses. tiling. cave &c. abdominal. intraregarding[obs3]. antimacassar. concentric. tidy. Adv.. middle. adj. leads. #221. finger stall. frontal. inwards. outstanding. home. bowels. out. centralization. roof. in the bosom of one's family. keep within. centricalness[obs3]. inwrought &c. tiling. substratum. middlemost. (insert) 300. tilpah [obs3][U. drugget[obs3]. entrails. interiority. operculum. intramural. concentration &c. (intrinsic) 5. shed &c. bosom. apishamore [obs3][U. substance. inmost. 227. sheet. numdah[obs3]. saddle cloth. Adv. focus &c. intern. vitals.S. sub dio[Lat]. metacenter[obs3]. (convergence) 290. coeliac. out of doors. extramundane. internal. Adj. domestic. within &c. quilt. breast. within doors. lap. vertebral column. with out. within. door. innermost recesses. intrados. gut. core. 68. in doors. adv. covercle|. extraregarding[obs3]. render central. interspace[obs3]. umbilicus. center of pressure. covering. azygous. inclose &c. pantile. kernel. abdomen. at home. backbone. housing. linoleum. here in.. excentric[obs3]. 74. exomorphic[obs3]. over. parasol. extrinsic &c. pith. 68. imbed &c. in the open air. marrow. 290. cover. barrack [U. nave. nucleus. inland. -. contents &c. al fresco. rachidian[obs3]. in. top. tilt. centrality. centralize. adj. tent. adj. shield &c. pole axis. Interiority. sunshade. wrapping. veil (shade) 424.S. womb. lint.N. outwards. inside. baldachin. umbrella. chitterings[obs3]. eccentric. umbilical. lid. baldaquin[obs3].N. center of oscillation. center of percussion. -.S. sub Jove. inclosed &c. 190.. thatch. (defense) 717. superficial. (circumscribe) 229. #222. interior. plaster.outdoor. nucleolus. extra muros[Lat]. tarpaulin. interior. V. vertebral.N. heart. center. -.

uniform. outfit. enamel. hooded. bark. scarfskin. conceal &c. stalactite. coat. loricated[obs3]. eggshell. cortical. bind. mask &c. pay. anointing &c. clapboard [U. derm[obs3].S. incase[obs3]. stalagmite. pavement. vapor deposition. cerement. garb. apparel. engobe[obs3]. costume.S. plate. barrel plating. leather. varnish. guise. endome[obs3]. japan. wad. imbricated. stucco. filling. superposition.integument . tectiform[obs3]. corn husk. wrap &c. pad. (covering) 223. overlay. things. wearing apparel. palliament|. lacquer.]. cortex. squamiferous[obs3]. coating. testaceology[obs3]. V. cutaneous. dermatoid[obs3]. garment. fur. toilet. V. substance) . ironclad. face. enamel. Sheffield plate. cuticular. vestment. dermal. stuff. encuirassed[obs3]. (layer) 204. skinny. involucrum[Lat]. 107 . buffalo robe [U. bedaub. covered &c. entry for types of cloth and other materials for garments --> #225. robe. incrustation. overarch[obs3]. whitewash. covering &c. stuffing. encase. skin. [specific coverings: list] veneer. overlie. dab. [of aluminum] anodize. underclothes. fell. cover. inner coating. array. (grease) 356.++add separate entry under materials (constitution. paint. fleece. superimposed. incrust. cucullate[obs3]. rind. cod. tegument. pellicle. husk. cordwain[obs3]. line. incrust. do over. v. gild. parget[obs3]. tegumentary[obs3]. peel. wadding. plated &c. theca[obs3]. spackel. (resin) 356a. wrapping. vaginate[obs3]. continentals [Am. inunction[obs3]. pod. scale &c. Adj. compo. trousseau.N. trim. (show) 882.p. -. 528.. plating. drapery. v. ormolu. case. epitaxial deposition[Engin]. facing. superimposition. investment. wall.. paint. squamous[Anat]. besmear. v. raiment. 223. padding. paper. peltry[obs3]. clothes. scaly. parietes[Lat]. plaster. whitewash.]. tar. ointment &c.. cuticle. obduction|. silver plate. coat. overlay. attire. clothing &c. fill. envelope. copper plate. -. 68 --> #224. shell. regimentals. wrapper. equipment. Lining. lay it on thick. habiliment.S. Clothing. varnish &c. stucco. theatrical properties. <-.. dermatology. garniture. 225. lining. tailoring. pelt. overspread. veneer. vesicle. shagreen[obs3]. clothing. sheath. toilette. (concealment) 530. 225. ground. capsule. Adj.]. elytron[obs3]. (ornament) 847. bulkhead in.N. anoint. lined &c. finery &c. vesture. wardrobe. v. armor plated. cowled. conchology. <-. glume[obs3]. crust. under cover. covering &c. wash. plaster. bulkhead. dress. casing. hide. wainscot. full dress &c. superimpose. cap. coating &c. epidermis. overlaid. millinery. tip. lacker[obs3]. sheathing. v.. elytrum[obs3]. case. plate. corn shuck [U. [of steel] galvanize. superpose. pave. gold plate.

jockey shorts. crush hat. trappings. Calvin Klein. pelerine[obs3]. body clothes. poncho. baseball cap. athletic supporter. sandal. collar. chlamys[obs3]. housing. wrapper. gums [U. sac de nuit[Fr]. domino. gabardine. boa. Gloria Vanderbilt. 108 . stomacher. waistcoat. legging. gear. Pcoat. sack coat. turban. kimono. Am. shintiyan|!. kirtle[obs3]. wig. surtout[Fr]. pagri[obs3]. tights. pants suit. forage cap. shooting-coat. greave[obs3]. bootikin[obs3]. [brand names for jeans] Levis. blouse. culottes. raincoat. overalls. cap. livery. accouterment. coif. caparison. tunic. chemise. (circle) 247. high-low. tatters. rabat[obs3]. hat. ruff. kepi[obs3]. overcoat. Balmoral[obs3]. underclothes[underclothing]. arctics. roquelaure[obs3]. shoe. panties. waterproof. chivarras[obs3]. mackintosh. rigging. cummerbund. brassiere. robe. vest. mantlet mantua[obs3]. morning dress. mobcap[obs3]. bootee. pall. night shirt. front. frock coat. topi. dishabille. chivarros[obs3]. tippet. galoshes. knickers. sneakers. undershirt. showshoe. tabard. galligaskin[obs3]. night gown. gown. top boot. Bonjour. head. songtag[Ger]. handkerchief. galoche[obs3]. mantle. chudder[obs3]. toggery[obs3].]. sark[obs3]. boot. gamashes[obs3]. under waistcoat. headgear. wideawake. unmentionables. (circle) 247. tuxedo coat. ulster. moccasin. smock frock. tarboosh[obs3]. sweater. skirt. chaparajos[obs3]. snood. night wear. tile. 999. toga. scarf. bonnet. stock. zoot suit.S. spencer[obs3]. shako. lungi[obs3]. jockstrap. coiffure. sweater vest. talma jacket[obs3]. bedgown[obs3]. suit. dressing gown. hood. fishing hat. pants. smalls. babushka. habit. muffler. blue jeans. shift. Blucher boot. tablier[obs3]. shorts. traps. masquerade. burnoose. veldtschoen[Ger]. bloomers. camisole. running shoes. pelisse.]. negligee. pajamas. farthingale. designer clothes. fez. coat. turtleneck. horse cloth. jubbah[obs3]. stogy[obs3]. hammer coat. oilskins. beaver hat. bib. claw coat. haik[obs3]. hickory shirt [U. gamache[obs3]. crinoline. opera hat. pilot jacket. dreadnought. frock. turn-out. jerkin. stays. boxer shorts. harness. billycock[obs3]. great coat. chignon.S. shawl. rags.]. day wear. doublet. slops. larrigan [obs3][N. jupe[obs3]. mantilla. duds. cardinal. corset. fillibeg[obs3]. surcoat. chaqueta[obs3]. shirt. pullover. periwig. buskin. coonskin cap. old clothes. chapeau[Fr]. calash. panier. nightcap. jersey. rubbers. dress coat. wellington boot. bodice. Prince Albert coat[obs3]. linen. slippers. slipper. jam. neckerchief. castor. canonicals &c. comforter. wraprascal[obs3]. jeans. sola topi[Lat]. cravat. corselet. girdle &c. headdress. barbe[obs3]. breeches. rumal[obs3]. plaid. pelt. cloak. apron. crown &c. helmet &c. kilt. huke|. burnous. small clothes. panties. corsage. bloomer. bearskin. peruke. houppelande[Fr]. busby. pantaloons. kaffiyeh. pump. mourning. trousers. skullcap. puggaree[obs3]. philibeg[obs3]. capote[obs3]. csako[obs3]. smock. drawers. hiking boots.]. tail coat. togs. jock[for men]. tie. tam-o-shanter. mufti. corset. clog. cardigan. slip[for women]. neckcloth[obs3]. veil. underpants. tucker. patten. caftan. chavar[obs3]. mask. wimple. brogan.Hist. weeds. undress. sombrero. trowsers[obs3]. kerchief. denims. petticoat. cape. inexpressibles|!. pinafore. Calvins. paletot[obs3]. 717. knickerbockers. jack boot. Hessian boot. dungarees. bustle.

bare as the back of one's hand. circumjacence[obs3]. slip on.gambado. costume. with nothing on. trunk hose. engird[obs3]. 225). fold up. without. medium.. circumfluent[obs3]. swaddling cloth. out at elbows. encircle. surrounding &c. 223. environs. equip. V. perk. stark naked. vicinage. gaskins[obs3].]. wrap. hairless. hem in &c. enrobe. bareback. (ornament) 847. circumvent. precincts.. cast the skin. swathe. hanky[obs3]. enwrap.. about. #227. stocking. 223). [underpants for babies] diaper. circumjacent. divestment. Adv. undraped. Circumjacence. surround. sempstress[obs3]. undress. neighborhood. envelope. bare. banlieue[obs3]. array. caparison. gauntlet. snip. lap. draper. Crispin. (show) 882[Fr]. tailor.N. ragged. divest. uncoif[obs3]. leafless. undressed. hosier[obs3]. taking off &c. -. barefoot. decortication. molting. fit out. circumambient[obs3]. sheath. 225. begird. nude. bald. gaiter. gird. <-. vicinity. ambient. cover &c. boulebards. hosiery. encompassment. trichosis[Med]. in birthday suit. breechesmaker[obs3]. scalp. outskirts. put off. barded.. Divestment. v. brogue. disposable diaper. huddle on. sartorial. molt. -. dressmaker. beset. Huggies. border &c. undress. purlieus. lay open. lap. inwrap[obs3]. layette. nudity. disrobe &c. friseur[Fr]. adj. depilation. (circumference) 230. Adj. denudation. in puris naturalibus[Lat]. suburban. haberdasher. harness. strip. the altogether. put on. in the buff. cobbler. cuff. pare. in dishabille. wrap up. excoriate. (edge) 231. cordwainer[obs3]. decorticate. enrobe &c. exfoliation. outpost. "the soul of this man is his clothes" [All's Well]. lie around &c. napless[obs3]. around. bald as a coot. barbed. hose. dress. robe. taffeta. threadbare. disfurnish[obs3]. 69 --> #226. sock. ice wool. invest. desquamation. circumferential. habitmaker[obs3]. shod.N. dismantle. muffle up. embrace. en grande tenue &c. (circumscribe) 229. wear. adv. excoriation. girdle &c. costumier. V. lap up. clothier. Luvs[brand names for diapers]. nappy[obs3][Brit]. uncover &c. encompass. in a state of nature. mew. dishabille &c. inclose. compass. milliner. linen draper. naked. bare. on all sides. suburbs. stark raving naked [joc. twine round. accounter[obs3]. barebacked. doff. circumvest. glove. enclose. roofless. overlap. spatterdash[obs3]. clad. chausse[Fr]. skirt. callow. atmosphere. v. baby linen. sleeve.. don. roll up in. bareness &c. hankie. peel. dighted[obs3]. denude. deck &c. habited. drape. exfoliate. attire. cast off. surroundings. shoemaker. exposed. mantle. faubourgs[obs3].. circumambience[obs3]. in nature's garb. mitten. dight[obs3]. swaddle. rig. Adj. skin. antigropelos[obs3]. belt. right and 109 . flay. on every side. V. invested &c. (cover &c. entourage. in native buff.p. Adj. apparel. Phr. take off. clothe. nudation[obs3]. vest. v. hatter. v. pocket handkerchief. expose. mercer. cloth diaper. divested &c. involve. environ. (dress. wristband. denuded. environment.

put between. in the bosom of. interfere. compass about. insinuation. intervene. intercurrent[obs3]. interpolation. dovetailing. limitation. amidst. betwixt and between. slide in. embay[obs3]. plow in. bury. encysted. (restrain) 751. ingrain. infiltrate. wall in. silhouette. mediterranean. intrude.left. intercalation. thrust one's nose in. <-. envelope &c. room divider. circumscribe. embosomed[obs3].. squeeze in. profile. corral. bound. in a ring fence. confine. interlocation[obs3].. get between. wrap up &c. go between. surround &c. interline. perimeter. mid. interdigitate. intercalary. -. interpenetrate. rail in. circumference. obiter dictum. jam in. interdigitation. run in. imprison &c. #230. parenthetically. interlard. interstitial. work in. thrust in &c. [interposition at a fine-grained level] interpenetration. fence round. intermediate. #228. introduce. intermediary. encase. interpolate. outline. intervenience[obs3]. all round. halfway house. twixt. dissepiment[obs3]. permeate. intermedium[obs3]. 110 . insinuate. enfold. foist in. 232. obtrude. Outline. introduce the thin end of the wedge. come between. -. -. interloper. confinement &c. begirt[obs3]. party wall. buried in. embolismal[obs3]. intercalate. v. interlineation. fence in. interference. embolism. import. 227. circumscribed &c. V. intervening &c. intermediary. intrusive. parenthesis. pack up. embosomed[obs3]. amongst. flyleaf. sandwich-wise. interpose. encincture. v. worm in.N. intrusion. wedge in. lie between. immersed in. inclose. interspersion. landlocked. (invest) 225. in the thick of. hedge in. container (receptacle) 191. Adv. enshrine. at the intervenor's initiative] intervention. interject. interjacent[obs3]. interjacence[obs3]. limit. circumscription. lapt[obs3]. midriff. intercurrence[obs3]. 70 --> #229. intervenient[obs3]. permeation. [interposition by one person in another's affairs. fit in. round about. V.p. containment (inclusion) 76. panel. interweave. 300. septum. episodic. put in an oar. contour. circuit. inclosure. (insert) 300. periphery.hedge round. imbedded. interjection. inclasp[obs3]. insertion &c. parenthetical. among. Adj. merged. Adj. partition. circumvallation[obs3]. intersperse. obtrusion. 751.N. picket.N. incase[obs3]. Circumscription. smuggle. let in. bodkin|!. sandwich in. lines tournure[obs3]. infiltration. embosom[obs3]. imprisoned &c. edge in. midst. diaphragm. betwixt. between. bounds. ambit. throw in. have a finger in the pie. episode. mortise. intruder. dovetail. amid. Interposition. mewed up. interleave. splice. (restraint) 751. interposition.

Edge. furbelow. fore. verge. confine. flounce. Adj.. 752. marginated[obs3].N. physiognomy. front. porch. ne plus ultra[Lat]. Inclosure. frill. lip. yard.S. adj. frontage. ditch. fold. frontispiece. 111 . pale. jaws. circlet. girdle &c. wrapper. valance. Adj. dike. prore[obs3]. pen fold. jib. verge. zone. case &c. girt. foreground. Rubicon. band. -. countenance. cordon &c. face. <-. (defense) 717. phiz[obs3]. in front. term. pen. Adv. outpost. skirting. gate. stand in front &c. boundary. bordering. bourn. forehead. in the lee of. -. #232. Front. come to the fore. dingle [U. frontier. margin. front rank. labiated[obs3]. paling. cordon. precinct. backwoods. selvedge. landmark. front. first line. list. -. 71 --> % 2. thus far and no further. border. border. pound. net. trimming. right ahead. stint. quickset hedge. in the van. van. before one's face. metoposcopy[obs3]. gimp. pillars of Hercules. sheep fold. turning point. circumvallation[obs3].coast line. skirt. marginal. #231. portal &c. V. floodgate. #233. frontal.N. advanced guard. edging. brim. marches. frame. ring fence. flange. conterminate|. termination. fringe. edge.]. threshold. go beyond the pale. boundary line. but. thus far. tyre[Brit]. paddock. barricade. fore rank. moat. scout. brow. labial. prison &c. girth. 229. Limit. bend forwards. terminus. chops. pale. bounds. hedge row. (inclosure) 232. (receptacle) 191. fauces. circumscribe &c. fore. inclosure. zodiac. before. mouth. sluice. hedge. front. mut*[obs3]. Phr. chaps. confront. wall. Adv. beak. girdle. inclose. espalier. Special % #234. be in front.N. definite.N. limit. facade. shore. line of circumvallation[obs3]. in fold. disk. visage. corral. face. in the foreground. door. &c. rim. pioneer &c. forehead. reservation. balustrade. vanguard.. dyke. Adj. foremost. muzzle. brow. in advance. frontier. -. hatch. confine. belt. brink. V. 230. enceinte. fosse[obs3]. railing. line of demarcation. (opening) 260. door. proscenium. obverse [of a medal or coin]. rail. (precursor) 64. stem. forepart. bent. ahead. enclave. prow. rostrum. facia[Lat]. come to the front. park paling. barrier. anteriority[obs3]. welt. seine net. gateway. clasp. baldric. envelope. side. coast. skirting. terminal. hem. conterminable[obs3]. cingle[obs3]. curbstone[obs3]. 247. bow. disc. stick to the reservation.p. fence &c. anterior.

Southern. Eastern. subtend. Western. antipodal. on one side. posteriority. counterpart. posterior. sidelong. orientate.. in the rear. at the heels of. skirting. dextrorse[obs3]. side by side. alongside. parietal. many sided. outflank. rearward. hand. beam. hindermost[obs3]. back. orient. abreast. by the side of. inverse. gable end. poop. formosa muta commendatio est [Lat][Syrus]. rump. inversion &c. hinder. Laterality. #237. adj. lee. other side of the shield. right-handed. V. mizzen. Phr. cheek. face to face. Boreal. backside scut[obs3]. over against. imago animi vultus est indices oculi [Lat][Cicero]. Adj. laterally &c. gable. abaft. be on one side &c. beside. points of the compass. dextrality[obs3]. aft. opposition. haunch. tergal[obs3]. dextral. front a front. Orient. -. to leeward. flanked. behind one's back. wing.N. lee side.. Rear.N. back to back. reverse. dextro-. V. jole[obs3]. lumbar region. sidelong. sideways. converse. Adj. hinterland. Levantine. loin. broadside on. Adj. right hand. fall astern. in the background. occiput[Anat]. sideling. oriental. sidle. frons est animi janua [Lat][Cicero]. laterality[obs3]. caudal. nape. rear. reverse. Austral. stern. flank. bend backwards. adv. the other side of the coin. over the way. V. -. as poles asunder. ogni medaglia ha il suo rovescio[It][obs3]. dorsum. #235. "Human face divine" [Milton].N. trilateral. rear rank. subcontrary[obs3]. background. train &c. afterpart[obs3]. contraposition[obs3]. Northern. quadrilateral. Adj. arctic. on her beam ends. starboard. be opposite &c. antonym. at the back of.N. bring up the rear. loin. right. back. 218. side. Phr. heels. inverse. after. diametrically opposite. Hesperian. jowl. croup. crupper. cheek by jowl &c. flanking. opposite (contrariety) 14. profile. orientation. rear. skirt. hind. postern. behind. Contraposition. wake. dextrorsal[obs3]. dexter. "sea of upturned faces" [Scott]. flank. temple. against. aside. dexter. offside. fronting.before one's eyes. (near) 197. vis-a-vis. after. West. over. occidental. adv. heelpiece[obs3]. reverse.. (sequence) 281.. dorsal region. astern. collateral. -. lumbar. Adv. polarity. tail. Dextrality. vis-avis. adj. "his cheek the may of days outworn" [Shakespeare]. East. aback. breech. facing. lateral. to windward. broadside. multilateral. Adv. right and left. face to face. antipodes. 112 . aitchbone[obs3]. parietes[Lat]. at the tail of. hind quarters. natch. -. opposite side. natch bone. sternmost[obs3]. dorsal. chine. Adv. ambidextral[obs3]. quarter. posteriors. opposite. bilateral. Phr. opposite poles. antarctic. hip. septentrional. ambidextrous. Levant. be behind &c. buttock. rear guard. #236. #238. North and South. hindmost.

[Science of form] morphism. 222. mutilate. efform[obs3]. rough cast. type. randomness (disorder) 59. [Similar in form] isomorphous. dextrad[obs3].] Symmetry. 113 . stamp..N. sinister. Sinistrality. proportion. uniformity. derange &c. form. truncate. 72 --> % Section III. chaste. (outline) 230. deface[Destroy form]. sinistrously[obs3]. port. rude. &c. figure. [Giving form] plasmic[obs3]. #242. larboard. sketch. hammer out. severe. deforming. -. cast. sculpture. plasmature[obs3]. knead. unshapen. figure. Adj. fashion. Form. classic. v.N. figuration. set. model. formed &c. branching. block out. beauty &c. posture. fashion. 845. shapeless. rough hew. unhewn[obs3]. -. symmetrical. sculpture. forming &c. 59. cut. [Absence of form. informity[obs3]. symmetry. cast. 329. feature. 61. lick into shape. work up into. v. sinistrorse[obs3]. mutilation.N. #241. shape. 845. formation. unlicked cub[obs3]. mold. carve. disfigurement. disfigure. hew. shapeliness. mold. cut. sinistrous[obs3]. laevo-. amorphism[obs3]. stamp. Adv. rugged.p. Gothic. a gauche. protean. -. shapely. multilateral symmetry. arbor vitae. construction. plasmation[obs3]. build &c. fluid. deformity &c. (construct) 161. Pref. bilateral symmetry.N. #239. [Receiving form] plastic. eurythmy[obs3]. sinistrality[obs3]. cast. FORM 1. disorder &c. well set. parallelism. chaos. left. sinistrally. chisel. finish. 149. lineament. V. trim. cut of one's jib. fictile[obs3]. make. shape. left hand. -. Adj. 243. Adj. pose. left-handed. mar. <-.] Amorphism. finished. put into shape. structure &c. sinister. formation. attitude. blemish. barbarous. changeable. (aspect) 448.Adv. nearside[obs3]. defacement. contour &c. [taking several forms] pleomorphic. formless. Adj. trim. configuration. 333. unformed. unshaped. set. General Form % #240. phase &c. sinistral. [Regularity of form. unfashioned[obs3]. frame. ramification. formative. [Similarity of form] isomorphism. rough. V. turn. trilateral symmetry. amorphous. [taking form from surroundings] fluid &c. centrality &c. form. dextrally[obs3]. conformation. beautiful &c. rudis indigestaque moles[Lat]. arborescence[obs3]. efformation[obs3]. deform. build. sinistrorsal[obs3].

knock kneed. aduncity[obs3]. prism. dichotomy. branching. twist. deformity. oxygon[obs3]. anamorphosis[obs3]. quadrature. (obliquity) 217. crooked as a ram's horn. on one side. theodolite. pyramid. 212. misshape. triangle. arboriform[obs3]. zigzag. writhe. crooked. (short) 201. 217. [Irregularity of form. dendroid[obs3]. Adj. fork. rectangle. bend. splay footed. crump[obs3].N. kimbo[obs3]. not straight. bow kneed. coign[obs3]. Angularity. asymmetric. wedge. cusp. sextant. Adj. hexagon. detortion[obs3]. nook. awry. irregularity. grimace. elbow. curb roof. clinometer. distort. akimbo. harelip. scythe. harelipped. spherical angle. crook backed. hunch backed. right angle &c. serrated. octagon. miter. 114 . deform. aquiline.regular. crooked. jagged. club footed. diamond. papilionaceous[obs3]. crinkled. Phr.].S. acute angle. knuckle. all manner of ways. reentering angle. hexahedron. irregular. sickle. parallelogram. talipedic[obs3]. misbegotten. filiciform[obs3]. decagon. furcated[obs3]. monstrous. angular measurement. parallel. teratology. groin. goniometer. coextensive. oriel[Arch]. pentahedron. ugliness &c. malformation. crutch. equal &c. goniometry. (perpendicular) 216a. bent. V. dovetailed. cube. #243. gaunt &c. curtailed of one's fair proportions. talipes[obs3]. dendriform[obs3]. askew.N. rhombus. snub nosed. geniculated[obs3]. fluke. 257.]. warp. make faces. 846. eicosahedron. corner. parallelopiped. deformed. bow legged. obtuse angle. 73 --> % 2. 194. zigzag. lozenge. ankle. falcated[obs3]. graphometer[obs3]. fold &c. V. rhomb. angular distance. quadrant. ill proportioned. Adv. quadrangle. rhomboid. uncinated[obs3]. subarborescent[obs3]. gambrel roof. angle of 45x. camel backed. dodecahedron. Special Form % #244. -. Platonic bodies. grotesque. aduncous[obs3]. distorted &c. simous[obs3].p. crooked as a Virginia fence [U. angularness[obs3]. fujigata[Jap. want of symmetry. crinkle. misproportion[obs3]. misshapen. square. stumpy &c. bunch backed. contortion. 258. octahedron. hooked. recess. -. bifurcate. tetrahedron. angular velocity. distortion. wry. knee. ramous[obs3]. pyramid. <-. filicoid[obs3]. polygon. asymmetry. kimbo[obs3]. icosahedron. not true. round shouldered. v. bloated &c. angle. pentagon. out of shape. monstrosity. misproportioned[obs3]. bend. trigon[obs3]. wrest. trigonometry. niche. bifurcation. balanced. 27. unsymmetric[obs3]. forked. crane. quadrilateral. notch &c. crookedness &c. ramose. arborescent[obs3]. taliped[obs3]. furcular[obs3]. ill-made. mansard roof. fork. crotch. falciform[obs3]. salient angle. angular elevation. obliquity &c. altimetry[obs3]. akimbo. cone.] Distortion. scalene. angularity. contort. bandy legged. (thin) 203. fuji-shaped. knock kneed. malconformation[obs3]. angular. twist. bifurcate. uniform. heptagon.. hump backed. bandy.

adj. vaulted. arch. curvilineal[obs3]. 248. obliquity &c. Adj. recurvation[obs3]. flex. V. flection[obs3]. hook. arch over. Adj. sag. curvature. parabola. incurvity|. 217. parabolic.N. horseshoe. square. lobiform[obs3]. round. right line. lunule[obs3]. flexion. 217. frizzle. unbend. not bend to either side. [trans] render curved &c. helical. concamerate[obs3]. V. 217. render straight. bough. turn. bow. galeiform[obs3]. unguiform[obs3]. v. tracery. curve. bay window. steer for &c. lunate. v[obs3]. 248. detour. conchoid[obs3]. not incline to either side. sinuosity &c. 249. lentiform[obs3]. bending. peltate[obs3]. shield shaped. rostroid[obs3]. falcated[obs3]. curve. crook. spline function. rotundity &c. swag. falciform[obs3]. unguiculate[obs3]. virgate &c. quadrangular.beaked. fig shaped. straightness. turn. deflection. navicular[obs3]. rhomboid. n. kidneyshaped. go straight. -. devexity|. spline. arched. incurvate[obs3]. Straightness. cuneate[obs3]. turn. v. rectilinearity[obs3]. recurvity[obs3]. rectilineal[obs3]. arclike[obs3]. refract (light) 420. bow-legged &c. multangular[obs3]. cardioid. triangular. cuneiform. incurvation[obs3]. deflect. even. tongue shaped. uncate[obs3]. 219. sickle shaped. hamiform[obs3].. loop. (stiffness) 323. wedge-shaped. hamous[obs3]. arched ceiling. arc. rostrate[obs3]. festoon. set straight. multilateral. rhomboidal. bend. Curvature. sweep. be curved &c. curvilinear. uncurl &c. oblique &c. adj. kink. inflexibility &c. (directions) 278. short cut. bow. curvity[obs3]. cubical. spiral. arcuate. direct line. oar shaped. curl. catenary[obs3]. 279. unturned. recurve. hooked. hooked. heart shaped. 115 . sway. spline curve. hamate[obs3]. not turn to either side. conchoidal[obs3]. lens shaped. caustic. directness. sine curve. double helical. hyperbola. rectilinear. curling. bell shaped. true. scaphoid[obs3]. circular &c. bicornute[obs3].. paraboloid. deviation. polygonal &c. crescent shaped. recurvous[obs3]. put straight. cordiform[obs3]. remiform[obs3]. right. embowed[obs3]. #245. lunular[obs3]. unbent. arch. cardioid. pear shaped. 250... unravel &c. crescentic. convexity &c. have no turning. straight. unwrap. clypeiform[obs3]. scutate[obs3]. flexure. devex|. arched roof. -. bowed &c. curved &c. direct. crane neck. (distorted) 243. bought. fusiform[Microb]. helix. foursquare. trigonal[obs3]. incurvature[obs3]. unfold. 247. sweep. arcuation[obs3]. cordated[obs3]. rostriferous[obs3]. undeviating. moon shaped. bend. in a line. semicircular. rectify. concameration[obs3]. luniform[obs3]. be straight &c. scatter[Phys].. conflexure|. curl. crescent. curviform[obs3]. carve. lenticular. semilunar. sinusoid[Geom]. deflexion[obs3]. aduncated[obs3]. oxygonal[obs3]. arcuate. curl. linguiform[obs3]. crook. pyramidal. crump[obs3]. vault. half-moon.. devious. spiral. straighten. recurved.. reniform. trilateral. kinky. curvation[obs3]. rhamphoid[obs3]. quadrilateral. reenter. bicornuous[obs3]. cymbiform[obs3]. #246. clypeate[obs3]. not deviate to either side. straight line. deviate &c. bow window. inflexion[obs3]. inflect. rectangular. bicorn[obs3].oblique &c. adj[intrans]. arcade.N. lingulate[obs3]. boat shaped. inflection.

crown wheel. undulate. round and round. laser-straight. 256. roundlet[obs3]. (cross) 219. <-. contort. fillet. serpent. serpent. inosculation[obs3].undistorted. v. coronet. knot. vermicular. circumbendibus[obs3]. egg-shaped. rotundity &c. coil. sphere &c. indent. involution. eye. vermiform. meandering. crisp. crown. winding. wheel. convolution. 74 --> #248.. screw-shaped. ramrod-straight. cochleate. roundness. cestus[obs3]. armlet. eel.wind. orbit. collar. twine. anfractuous[obs3]. unswerving. reclivate[obs3]. elliptical. circuit. wrinkle. escalop[obs3]. (in disorder) 59. noose. loop. adj. labyrinthic[obs3]. annulus. mazy. volute.. [Simple circularity. zone. circularity. twist. n[obs3]. belt. sinuosity. maze. [Complex curvature. ellipsoid. baldric. 311. describe a circle &c. girdle. twisted &c. daedalian[obs3]. complicated. wavy. labyrinth. scollop[obs3]. tortile[obs3]. convoluted. 323. spiriferous[obs3]. turbiniform[obs3]. round. tortuosity. 245. raveled &c. involved. semicircle. curl. crimp. -. labyrinth. cincture. Adv. corkscrew. curl. wave. wring. knotted. snood. (crossing) 219.N. bracelet. hoop. scallop. buckled. ellipse. undulatory. rounded. labyrinthian[obs3]. spherical &c. elliptic. inosculate[obs3]. epicycloid[Geom]. ovate. winding &c. scollop[obs3]. circumvolution. torsion. intwine[obs3]. cochleous. flexuous.. cordon. coil. roughness &c. ambages[obs3]. turn and twist. in and out. twirl. 116 . orb. wreathy[obs3].] Convolution. be convoluted &c.. corona. circular. undulation. lassoo[obs3]. ring. quadrant. 249. V. sinuous. intort[obs3]. -. perplexed. Adj. make round &c. sector. annulet[obs3]. Gordian knot. undated. garland. rundle. rivulose[obs3]. circlet. ringlet. straight as an arrow &c. areola. necklace. Adj. sinuation[obs3]. twirl.N. helical. wave. fascia. buckle. #247. chaplet. rivulation[obs3]. hub.] Circularity. cycloid. go round. frizzle. windings and turnings. anfractuosity[obs3]. lasso. V. sigmoid. "I watched the little circles die" [Tennyson]. epicycle. sextant. snaky. cycle. circling. Phr. turbinated. reticulation &c. serpentine. entwine. pear-shaped &c. tendril. a can of worms. oval. crape. spiral. frizzly. cycloidal &c. helix.. tortuous. anguill[obs3]. tortive|. sash. inflexible &c. oval. kink. worm. meander. v. kinky. annular. spiral. encircle &c. contrate wheel[obs3]. roll. roll. sigmoidal[Geom]. (direct) 278. nave. 249. ammonite. snakestone[obs3]. band. spiroid[obs3]. adj. snake-like. twill. labyrinthine. round. scallop. orbicular. ovule. twist. 227.p. wreathe &c. rundle. coiled. crepe. circle. intricate. wreath. 249. scolecoid[obs3]. peristaltic.

adj. sarcoma. [convex body parts on chest] papilla. cylindric. cylindroid[obs3]. foreland[obs3]. cape. column.]. nozzle. jutty. lip. corn. teat. hypersphere. -. jetty. rotund. pock. bowlder[obs3]. clump. convexity. wheel. campaniliform[obs3]. nodosity[obs3]. schnoz[coll]. wen. pellet. rotundity. tongue. pap. balcony. ellipsoid. cupola. fungosity[obs3]. zit [slang]. snag. hub. globous[obs3]. eaves.S. altorivievo. barrel. (circular) 247. breast.. relievo[It]. gibbous. oviform. relief. sphere. % 3. globe. mull. bas relief[Fr]. forehead. titty [vulgar]. blain[obs3].. stud. swelling. dome. knob. round as an apple. prolate spheroid. bullet. campaniform[obs3]. blob. give rotundity &c. vesicle. moniliform[obs3]. spheroid. globule. bead-like. peg. elbow. hyperdimensional surface. cylindrical. flange. Convexity.].N. tumor. nodule. boil &c. condyle. curved surface. papula[Med]. papule. pelote[obs3]. globated[obs3]. bunch. dug. shoulder. pot belly. back. round as a cannon ball. globosity[obs3]. campanulate[obs3]. blister. lumbriciform[obs3]. pear shaped. bulb. drop. render spherical &c. [convexities on skin] pimple. protrusion. arch. caruncle[obs3]. low relief. bow.S. n. cone. exostosis[obs3]. hill &c. Am. roundness &c. bell shaped.N. V. (height) 206. tres atque rotundus[Lat]. process. pustule. button. node. conical. clew. rixiform[obs3]. bleb. cylindricity[obs3]. tit [vulgar]. sphericity. pappiloma. cylindrical. round &c. point of land. rolling-pin. (sharpness) 253. protuberance. proud flesh. drum. knob. globose. columnar. conoid[obs3]. furuncle. knot (convolution) 248. nose. sugar loaf &c. [prominent convexity on the face] proboscis. horn. projection. mammilla[obs3]. pear shape.]. ledge. ball. trunnion. 117 . excrescence. hummock. hubble [convex body parts] tooth[U. round as an orange. wart. Adj. bulbous. tuberosity[Anat]. growth. adj. spur. spheroidal. neb. bilge. swell. hunch. round as a ball. ovoid. Superficial Form % #250. molar. egg shaped. oblong spheroid. rib. (disease) 655. embossment. spherule. apophysis[obs3]. ridge. globular. tubercle. dorsum. promontory. pyriform[obs3]. spheroidity[obs3]. cylindroid[obs3]. pea. hump. oblate spheroid. bump. gut[coll].#249. gibbosity[obs3]. thank-ye-ma'am [U. bassorilievo[obs3]. high relief. pilaster. tumour[Brit]. conic. egg shape. boulder. camber. roll. airbubble[obs3]. prominence. belly. round. sphere. knocker[vulgar]. fungiform[obs3]. cahot [obs3][N. -. cameo. snout. spherical. intumescence. boss. mamelon[obs3]. form into a sphere. pommel. marble. verruca.. fungus. bulb. roll into a ball. rouleau[obs3]. mezzorilevo[obs3]. mole. cylinder. withers. roller. boob [vulgar]. pill. round as a billiard ball. beak. nipple. polypus[obs3]. bulge.. corporation|!. rundle. Rotundity. bell shape.

hubby [obs3][U. grove. mine. scyphiform[obs3]. scyphose[obs3]. glen. poke out. cave in. stick up. dent. retreating. bunch. cup. clavated[obs3]. render flat. club shaped. nodular. Concavity. excavate. cup-shaped. 118 . smoothness &c. dishing. flat as my hand. sap. slab. cellular. frit[Chem]. stick out. network. swell over.N. filter. -. plane. cavern. follicle. dip. infundibuliform[obs3]. bunchy. burrow.. gouge. (furrow) 259. be concave &c. 75 --> #251. chase. retiring. trough &c. campaniform[obs3]. favose[obs3].p. bouge|[Fr]. dell. honeycomb. stand out. beetle. salient. bulge. projecting &c. cove. tumous[obs3].. cornute[obs3]. scoop. 213. porous &c.. level &c. cavernous. stave in. bend over. arched. flush. dent. arched. project. strath[obs3]. bottom. gouge out. embossed. depress. (expanded) 194. knobby. sharpness &c. <-. alveolar. cock up. flatness &c. raise 307. depressed &c. sponge. sintered. papilose[obs3]. scoop out. excavator.. (horizontal) 213. odontoid[obs3]. adj. cell &c. torose[obs3]. dingle. platter. undermine. gibbous. net. shoot up. miner. bellied. subclavate[obs3]. ventricose[obs3]. infundibular[obs3]. dint. pit. clavate. lenticular. scutiform[obs3]. strip mine. flat. Adj. lacuna. bossy. bossed. valley. faveolate[obs3]. sinus. cave. verrucose[obs3]. dale. bay &c. adj. hollowness.. 198. repousse. funnel shaped. (receptacle) 191. cavity. mammiliform[obs3]. honeycomb. hummocky[obs3]. (of the sea) 343. adj. table. discoid. protuberant. concavity. hemispheric. pout. flat as a fluke. 252a Sponge -. flat as a flounder. flat as a board. tablet. prominent. jut out. Sharpness. hubbly [obs3][U. papulous[obs3]. start up. alcove. crater. 213. plate.naze[obs3]. honeycombed. (with holes) 260. slade[obs3]. adj. bowed. arch &c. capsular.N. dig. -. porous (opening) 260. cul-de-sac. ness. plane. papillose. acuity. infundibul[obs3]. excavation. adj.. flat as a pancake. selliform[obs3]. render concave &c. hollow. adj. convex. protrude. Adj. acumination[obs3]. level &c. level &c. vale. tunnel. bulbous. delve.. Adj. moutonne[obs3]. intaglio. alveolus[obs3]. vaulted. calathiform[obs3].]. depression. retire. saddle-shaped. screen (opening) 260.. claviform. in relief.N. Adj. grot[obs3]. v. hollow. bristle up. gully &c. 255. spongy. v. Flatness. #253. lentiform[obs3]. sieve. stove in. concave. alveolate[obs3].S. emboss. hollow. (curve) 245. be prominent &c.N. favaginous[obs3]. #252.S. dimple. even. grotto. V. dint. glade. bloated &c. combe[obs3]. render prominent &c.]. indentation. socket. V. punch bowl. flatten. bold. [become convex] belly out. basin. V. -. sapper. tuberous. tuberculous. bell shaped. honeycomb (sponge) 252a. raised. hang over. spongious[obs3].

adj. razor. cusped. v. knife edged. prickle. pectinated[obs3]. gladiate[obs3]. coniform[obs3]. scissors. pointed. awn. hariff. V. beggar's lice. edge tool. heckle. porcupine. prickly. prick. blade. cutting edge. Bluntness. spiky. calamiform[obs3]. straight razor. mucronate[obs3]. sagittate[obs3]. keen as a razor. flax comb. stellated[obs3].p. strop. barb. cutters. apiculated[obs3]. point. needle shaped. cut &c. colter[obs3]. bluff. hedgehog. cusp. lanceolate[obs3]. briary[obs3]. thistly. thorny. spit. arrowy[obs3]. acuminated[obs3]. ensiform[obs3]. obtund[obs3]. take off the edge. craggy &c. aciform[obs3]. spoke. comb. 119 . spinuliferous[obs3]. -. bristle with. denticulated. spike. conical. nail. edentate. Adj. bluntness &c. hackle. ratchet. spicular. catchweed[obs3]. apiculate[obs3]. snaggy. digitated[obs3]. studded. screwdriver blade. sharp.. obtuse.spinosity[obs3]. cornute[obs3]. setarious[obs3]. cutlery. thistle. cornuted[obs3]. Adj. acinaciform. knife. sagittiform[obs3]. yucca. cone-shaped. lancet. adj. lanciform. peaked. spire. spiked. dentiform[obs3]. tetrahedral. whetstone. sickle. toothless. awl-shaped. render blunt &c. adze. chip [flint]. beard. toothed. point. clivers[obs3]. goose. spindle shaped. novaculite[obs3]. coulter.. cone peak. crestate[obs3]. hypodermic needle. whittle. spurred. electric razor. take off the point. barbed. pickax. 76 --> #254. be sharp &c. starlike. hone. nail clipper. flint blade. bristling. tusk. spur. steel. sharp as a needle. fusiform[Microb]. sharpener. aiguille[obs3]. tack. sharp as a tack. drawing knife. grindstone. needle. pruning shears. cuspidate. dull. sharpen. set <-. Adam's needle[obs3]. sharp edged. gill. lance-shaped. sharp as a razor. cog. arete[Fr]. taper to a point. shears. acicular. knife edge. spicule[Biol]. mucronated[obs3]. rowel. drawing shave. awl-shaped. hatchet. wedge. spiculate[obs3]. sharpened &c.].S.N. bowie knife[obs3]. whet. bear grass [U. brier. two-edged. burr. tooth. odontoid[obs3]. cleaver. antler. awned. cuspidated[obs3]. turn. scythe. bushwhacker [U. sword &c. tapering. blunt. be blunt. aculeate. cleavers. paring knife. scalpel. (sunder) 44. grass. tine. steeple. safety razor. acute. muricated[obs3]. scimitar-shaped. bodkin &c. mattock. bearded. (arms) 727. chisel. adj. belduque[obs3]. aristate[obs3]. tag thorn. emery. cornicultate[obs3]. adj. bramble. (rough) 256. arrowheaded[obs3]. keen. xiphoid[obs3]. awny[obs3]. penknife.S. V. pick.. nib. bistoury[obs3]. spine. ax. hairif[obs3]. dull. aculeated[obs3]. strop. billhook. pike.. pyramidal. subulate[obs3]. spiny. barb. guillotine. microtome[Microbiol]. spinous[obs3]. horn. sword-shaped. paper cutter. chevaux de frise[Fr]. hatchel[obs3]. sugar loaf. bur. plowshare.]. salient. razor blade. spiculum[obs3]. pin. render sharp &c. echinate[obs3]. (perforator) 262. set. snag. bristle. stelliform[obs3]. awl. pyramid. crag. cutter. crest. grind. wire cutters. cutting.

feathery. fimbriae. turpentine and beeswax. moustache. sleek. scaly. panache. pilosity[obs3]. velours. tomentose[obs3]. glabrous. tooth. ripple. flags. velutinous[obs3]. plumose. villi. sand paper. trichogenous[obs3].N. (level) 213. polish. steam roller. lanuginose[obs3]. downy. lanuginous[obs3]. shoe polish. bowling green &c. texture. toupee. knot (convolution) 248. Phr. grain. file. go against the grain. ice. rough as a bear. wood pavement. filamentous. feather. 213. silky. rugged. plane &c. rumple. V. arborescence[obs3] &c.. render-rough &c. slide. lubrication. emery cloth. laciniose[obs3]. plumigerous[obs3]. asphalt. leiodermatous[obs3]. downy. papillote.. down. setous|. imperial. pile. glossy. arborescent &c. burnisher. crinose[obs3]. set on edge. polish. slippery . ciliated. shaggy. roughhewn[obs3]. asperous[obs3]. bearded. cilia. lanated[obs3]. fringed. (flat) 251. flagstone. crisp. unpolished. hairy. lubricate &c. unwrinkled[obs3]. smoothen[obs3]. brush. pilous[obs3]. rolling pin. 242. crankling[obs3]. befringed[obs3]. hirsute. fimbriated. rugous[obs3]. velvet. slippery as an eel. unsmooth[obs3]. plane. smooth. byssus[obs3]. tress. beaucatcher[obs3]. rough as a nutmeg grater. Roughness. burnish. emery paper. crisp. corrugate. soft. level. [objects used to smooth other objects] roller. prickly &c. flocculent. roughen. moss. (feathery) 256. whisker. mow. fringe. velour. villous. lapidarian. velvety. smooth as velvet. wool. knurly[obs3]. lock. scalp lock. be rough &c. 120 . -. floss. setose[obs3]. [smooth materials] down. 242[obs3]. pilose[obs3]. iron. silk. pappous[obs3]. hot-press. crest. pappose[obs3]. setaceous. velumen[obs3]. rough. rolling mill. silken.. even. corrugation. plumosity[obs3]. slippery as a greased pig. scabrous. leafy. glassy. (sharp) 253. velvety. glass. sander. crumple. nodosity[obs3]. pileous[obs3]. salebrosity|. woolly &c. flat iron. ringlet. adj. Adj. bushy. smooth as monumental alabaster. v. hair. Smoothness. uneven. woolly. gloss. nap. mane. polish. [person who polishes gemstones] lapidary. slick. lawn roller. -.. ruffle. [art of cutting and polishing gemstones] lapidary. level &c. crinite[obs3]. plumage. shagged. V. fluffy. salebrous|. beard.#255. tufted. curl. lubricous. plush. smooth as ice. smooth as silk. smooth as oil..knotted. lanate[obs3]. roll. (oil) 332. gnarled. scraggy. laciniform[obs3]. roughness &c. stroke the wrong way. rugose[obs3]. curl paper. Adj. satin.N. fluff. asperity. polished &c. laciniate[obs3]. slippery as coonshit on a pump handle. adj. goatee. smoothness &c. shag. oily. trichoid[Med]. hispid. shave. well-wooded. lanate[obs3]. #256. smooth as glass. velure. adj. macadamize. velvet. fur. tuft. adj. sad iron. smooth. glaze. calender[obs3]. pili. craggy. lovelock. "like quills upon the fretful porcupine" [Hamlet]. lubricity. bur. velveteen. plume. mangle. cragged. rugosity[obs3].

thoroughfare. wrinkle. flounce. embouchure. furrow. embrasure. cocker. postern. fontanel[obs3].. striae. curl. wizen. gather. dent. sulcus[Anat]. ruffle. tooth. air pipe &c. pleated &c. transforation[obs3]. double. 627. nozzle. trapdoor. toothed. notch. vandyke. dent. dimple. Adj. corduroy road. etch. Phr. plicature[obs3]. gather. -. flexion. canaliculated[obs3]. Adj. fluted. lich gate[obs3]. bay window. hatch. crinkle. bisulcate[obs3]. patefaction|. crease. puncture. casement. furrow &c. passage. cellarway[obs3]. pigeonhole. rivel[obs3]. scallop. Furrow. bisulcated[obs3]. mouth. joint. canaliferous[obs3]. trench. against the grain. plait. opening. engrave. porthole. #259. serrated. rivel[obs3]. V. costate[obs3]. mousehole. cut. nick. gateway. portal.ply. ruffle. hem. placket. eye of a needle. V. -. vandyke. crenelle[obs3]. unisulcate[obs3]. pipe. thank-ye-ma'am [U. rumple. rimple[obs3]. fluted. vomitory. twill.N.frizzle. tajo [obs3][U. furrowed &c. channel. vessel. hiation[obs3]. pandiculation[obs3]. 77 --> #258. indentation. rimiform[obs3]. scollop[obs3]. <-. fluting. denticulate. double down. Adj. notched &c. duplicature[obs3]. 350. tube. ruck[obs3]. crimp. door. dentate. sulcated[Anat]. denticulated.]. slit. crankle[obs3]. chamfer. sky light. cabello luengo y corto el seso[Sp]. gather. streak. striated. oscitancy[obs3]. jag. elbow. window. slot. jag.Adv. turn down. dog's ear. moat. hatchway. bite in. gutter. pucker. porch. corrugate. foramen. way. indent. saw. scollop[obs3]. chasm &c.p. doubling. ribbed. crimple|. gut. plicate[obs3]. rut. ostiary|. passageway. wicket. arcade. flexure. scratch. path &c. 121 . hole. rumple. #260. gullet. v. fan light. crease. inlet. pucker. wrinkle. (interval) 198. scotch. peephole. corduroy.S. lantern. Notch. crenulate[obs3]. crack.S. V. (interval) 198. trisulcate[obs3]. embrasure. plait. frounce[obs3]. Opening -. gate. yawning. v. incise. driveway. gangway.N. incision. throat. fosse[obs3]. muzzle. doorway. -. abatjour[obs3].N.. fold. 351. bisulcous[obs3]. lattice. nick. machicolation[obs3]. cockle up. dentated. dehiscence. folded.. orifice. #257. depression. cut. canal. score. crankle[obs3]. kennel. tuck. trough. pinhole. scarify. crenated[obs3]. crow's feet. plication[obs3]. bow window. flute. outlet. water pipe &c. rimple[obs3]. v. pleat. groove. cradle hole. keyhole. perforation. crenate[obs3]. crumple. Fold. dike. fold. corrugation. vent. light. crumple.. ditch. down under. flute. eyelet. channel. apertness[obs3]. double. battlement. oriel[Arch]. indent.N. crinkle. notch. palmated[obs3]. ravine &c. frounce[obs3]. n. ruck[obs3]. loophole. weasand[obs3]. plow. sucker. dyke. tuck. tubule. dormer. lapel. aperture.]. scallop.

cram. snug. ram down. bodkin. obstruction &c. apertion[obs3]. vesicular. spikebit[obs3]. unpassable|2. puncher. cannular[obs3]. cribriform[obs3]. transpierce[obs3]. honeycombed. opening &c. ope[obs3]. <-. bar. v. contraction &c. 122 . bilge. make way for. adj. keddah[obs3]. shut.. perforate. rimer. ajutage[obs3]. bore. unstopped. terebration[obs3]. hermetically sealed. aperient[obs3]. blind orifice. blind alley. riddle. impermeable. patent. closable. trocar[Med]. gape. 263. obstruct &c. terrier. unpierced[obs3]. uncover. yawn. master key. ostium[obs3]. cullender[obs3]. stave in. corkscrew. Int. unventilated. blind corner. close. key &c. button up. chimney. adjutage[obs3]. embolus. opener. bradawl. penetration. perforate. Adj. wimble[obs3]. impassable. unclosed. piercing &c. gouge. aisle. glade.. spit.. tubular.fistula. main. pervious. obstipation[obs3]. impale. perforation. caecum. gully. tap. v. blockade. riddle. auger. thundertube[obs3]. constipation. closure. stiletto. tight. (weapon) 727. (scoop out) 252. prick. pry open. shut the door. bung up. trepan. put to the door. follicular. unopened. colander. pop open. cut open. infundibular[obs3]. throw open. honeycomb. dam. pore. V. piped. open sesame! #261. punch. throttle. sieve. untrod. operculated[obs3]. porousness. adit[obs3]. shutting up &c. awl. pull open. occlude. imporous[obs3]. mine. needle. lancet. blockade. open. Closure. unrip[obs3]. clinch. pierce. wayless[obs3]. riddled. 631. combination.p. lay open. stylet[obs3]. enfilade. -. plumb.N. dibble. lance. empierce|. open. smokestack. impervious. V. empalement[obs3]. v. ajar. plug. piercer. password. vista. occlusion. 78 --> #262. tunnel. perforator. pertusion|. closed &c. pathless. water tight. gallery. wide open. drill. tubulated[obs3]. imperforate... punching machine. flue. cut a passage through. stuff up. seal. puncture. punch pliers. borer. 195. tear open. tap. stop. bore. blow open. puncheon. spear. drill. dam up. stop up. mine &c. puncture. Perforator. Adj. porosity. choke. caliber. rip open. air tight. punch. make room for. foraminous[obs3]. punching press.. shaft. imperforation[obs3]. porous. alley. tubate[obs3]. unclose. warder. cul-de-sac. (hinder) 706. -. chisel. permeable. fill up. gimlet. fistulous. vasicular[obs3]. tunnel. yawning. bolt. cork up. pit. scoop. funnel. cribble[obs3]. gaping.N. stick. stab. tubulous[obs3]. fly open. spear &c. transfix. fulgurite[obs3]. v. impenetrable. pink. trap. stopper &c. v. (hindrance) 706. probe. acupuncture. infarction. passe-partout. block up. spike. shut up. caecal[Med]. perforated &c. impermeability. oscitant[obs3]. gore. screen. invious|. untrodden. imperviousness &c.

velocity. kinematics. keep within doors. glide. rest on one's oars. stand still. bung. slide. stand still. mobilization. hold.. doorkeeper. halt. come to an anchor. lie still. heave to. put in motion. Phr. unquiet. dead stand. stop short. journey &c. stir. pillow &c. (changeableness) 149. transitional. roll on. on the wing. home &c. footfall. render movable. lull &c. bring to. dossil[obs3]. tompion[obs3]. let alone. sweep along. progress. run. (discontinue) 142. movement. keep quiet. not a breath of air. peace. (refuge) 666. v. take breath. keep going. set in motion. hie. shift one's place. be in motion &c. Adv. stagnation. V. locomotion. rest. flow. piston. -. stream. fix. adj. on the move. pace. statue-like repose. moving &c. % Section IV. wander &c. shifting. not a mouse stirring. calm. MOTION 1. sich ein Charakter in dem Strom der Welt[Ger]. slide valve. pull up. telekinesis. be quiescent &c. quietism. 270. motion. (inactivity) 683. shift one's quarters. 123 . impel &c. step. 687. propel &c. cadence. restlessness &c.. (changeable) 149. dead stop. spill. 284. gang. spigot. wadding. anticyclone|!. tranquility. Quiescence. repose &c. mark time. budge. hover about. goal &c. lock. mobility. catalepsy. Adj. rest and be thankful. motive power. 266. motory[obs3]. stop-gap. gite[Fr]. move. quiescence. draw up. anchor. lay to. tap. carriage. es bildet ein Talent sich in der Stille[Ger]. remain in situ. change one's place. dead lock. clip. vent peg. resting place. (arrival) 292. stride. hover about. movable. hover round. cast to an anchor. silence &c. dead calm. fixity. flux. standing still &c. 266. port. Motion in General % #264 [Successive change of place. pass. stuffing. ride at anchor. lie to. repose. in motion.N. (deviate) 279. 276.. janitor. tread. restless &c. stream. valve.. going &c. under way. stopcock. stopple. gait.N. -. flow. pause. dodge. quieta non movere[Lat]. (abode) 189. hold the breath. immobility. stagnate. 279. nomadic &c. run. sleep &c. v. go to bed. haven &c. course. mercurial. padding. stop. 266. eppur si muove [It][Galileo]. tourniquet. adj. stillness &c.#263. transit &c. ram.. stir. ramrod. tarry. flit. (cessation) 142. 223. roll. #265. keep moving. rammer[obs3]. warder. rest. adj. drift. pledget[obs3]. erratic &c. voyage &c. move. 267. movableness. spike. move. ostiary[obs3]. on the march. abide. full stop. on the tramp. stay at home. unrest. 203. cork. V. evolution. plug. embargo. laws of motion. Stopper. motive. mobile. stopping. beadle. (support) 215. v. cover &c. cerberus. remain. go. repose on one's laurels. stopper. quiet. pause. indisturbance[obs3]. angular velocity.] Motion. -. porter. stagnancy.N. shift.. stand. bivouac.. rate. stop &c. mobilize. walk &c. change one's quarters. stay.

airplane. stop! stay! avast! halt! hold hard! whoa! hold! sabr karo[obs3]!. go a journey. becalmed. guide. perambulation.S. emigrate. stand like a post. hoof it. traverse. noctambulism. jog trot. [Locomotion by land. march.S. step.p. nomadize[obs3]. still as a mouse. somnambulism. still. flit. plod. discursion|. go by shank's mare. bowl along. marching and countermarching. van. course. legs. airing. column. settle &c. stationary. Baedeker[obs3]. becalm. tread. stay-at-home. requiescat in pace[Lat]. at the halt. perambulate. roam. circumambulate. stock. constitutional. trudge. immovable &c. turn. (be located) 184. "the noonday quiet holds the hill" [Tennyson]. restful. not stir a peg. station. straggle. take horse. itinerary. roving. 403. pegs. emigration. pace. (be present) 186. Deus nobis haec otia fecit [Lat][Vergil]. flit. automobile. expatiate. rove. gad about. caravan. file. depot [U. <-. ride. drive. stump. stagnant. v. plane. patrol. alight &c. stride. vagrancy. [Organs and instruments of locomotion] vehicle &c. take a walk. ride and tie. circuit. caracole.N. pererration|. tread a path. paddle. range. stroll. guidebook. Phr. campaigning.]. autobus. trek. travel. trotters. traverse the country. ramble. Murray. road map. unmoved. railway station. jaunt. amble. wayfaring. motionless. basophobia[obs3]. wander. immigration. bundle. map. adj. peragrate|. straddle. hush. locomotive. sleeping &c. tramp. omnibus. journey. feet. n. Int. lull to sleep. subway.. canter. (stable) 150. quell. toddle.. still as a post. undisturbed. at a stand &c. take wing. be at a stand &c. Adj. march. equitation. stroll. pace up and down. fixed. tout court. take the air. moveless. go one's rounds. quiet. promenade. standing still &c. fisk[obs3]. saunter. vegetating. still as a statue. (inactive) 683. prowl. cataleptic. vagabondage. take a journey. excursion. trot. scour the country. train. road book. not stir a step. caracoler[obs3]. wend. quiescent. pins. pilgrimage. gallop &c. v. tour. flitting. nomadism. noctambulation[obs3]. (arrive) 292 stick. Adv. at anchor. promenade. cortege.] Journey. minivan. travel. unruffled. plan. stick fast. walk. grand tour. motorbike. expedition. go out for walk &c. dirt bike. vagabondism. trek. untraveled. horsemanship. gad. hoboism [U. still. sedentary. cavalcade. have a run. ambulation[obs3].trolley. vegetative. 268.]. foot it. bus. frisk. transportation guide.. silent &c. (move quickly) 274. wanderlust. still as death. off-road vehicle. -. walk. 79 --> #266. manege[Fr]. strut. traveler &c. ramble. migration. hover. gadding. lay an embargo on. stalk. Bradshaw. migrate. V. motor scooter'. stalk. saunter. outing. riding. immotile. hajj. traveling &c. ride. 272. at rest at a stand. calm. prance. handbook.dwell &c. drive. trip. journey. subway map. at a standstill. course. procession. peregrination. intermigration[obs3]. demigration|. 124 . n. stay. tramp.

natation[obs3]. on Shanks's mare. wend one's way. shuffle on. tourist. stir one's stumps. swim. sternway. -. scull. navigation. bend one's steps. periplus[obs3]. effleurer[Fr]. drift. voyage. grallatory[obs3]. maritime. warp. punt.. -. afloat. hug the shore. luff[obs3]. wayfarer. volant[obs3]. run. board. get under way. locomotive. Phr. betake oneself to. discursive. pick one's way. bon voyage. hiker. shuttle. rambling. hit the road. vagrant. ship &c. v. jump. naval. v. soar. ply the oar. commuter. sailing &c. voyager. (depart) 293. balloon &c. wing one's flight. gadding. buffet the waves. aquatics. spread canvas. excursionist. seagoing. leeway. canvas. headway. on the wing. traveling &c. rocketry. bend one's course. aerostatic[obs3]. trip. itinerant. monadic. passage. coasting. aeronautics. plow one's way. get going. "spread the thin oar and catch the driving gale" [Pope]. 80 --> #268. plow the waves. hie to. [Locomotion by water. airlift. peg on. Adj. in orbit. navigable. under steam. skate. pick one's way. kedge. migratory. cruise. balloonery[obs3]. sail. coast. peripatetic. fairway. aileron. under canvas. pinion. 270[Lat]. find one's way. aviation. flipper. space travel. swimming. ambulatory. seafaring. airmanship. cruise. course. flutter. 282. fin. hover. explorer. mundivagrant. flight. parachute. slide. row.N. float. paddle. nautical. walk the waters. 273. flying. Int. blast off. passenger. steam.[start riding] embark. volitation[obs3]. or air. astronautics. take ship. aerostation[obs3]. rocket. set sail. screw. aerostatics[obs3]. be wafted. mountaineer. wing. circumnavigate. make sail. carry sail. scud. orbit. 125 . <-. V. plow the deep. plow the main. wag on. travel-stained. thread one's way. oar. skim. march in procession. Adv. take off. itinerant. roving. glide. get underway. yachting. orbiting. ascend. ballooning. repair to. resort to. go to. alight. make one's way. traveler. pull. noctivagrant[obs3]. fish's tail. adventurer.N. plow the ocean. wayworn. ride the storm. on horseback. aerial. have way on. land. come along! #267. take a flight. fly. 273. defile. en route &c. flight. on foot. navigate. paddle. in flight. Adv. circumforaneous[obs3]. wayfaring. jog on. under way. file on.p. wade. Traveler. under sail. Adj. put to sea &c. mariner &c. boom. hug the land. boating. take wing. sail. coast. aviate. aeronautic. gather way. by the Marrowbone stage: in transitu &c. set out. glide. dive. orbital mechanics. 269. jet. circumforanean[obs3]. sail. wing one's way. skim..] Navigation. spread sail. circumnavigation.

aviator. wafture[obs3]. swagsman [obs3][Aust. globegirdler[obs3]. #270.N. syce[obs3]. 285. coachman. reach. Mariner. test pilot. displacement. carriage. roughrider. tramp. fetch. ladle. A. post. landloper[obs3]. birdman. (interchange) 148. loafer. metastasis. driver. [Thing transferred] drift. contagion. gadling[obs3]. emigrant. hobo [U. skipper. bird of passage. 285. ferry over. infuse. transition. boatswain. rider. removal. convection. beach comber. trainer. Mercury. metathesis. hackman. draft off. deliver. pedestrian. galiongee[obs3]. rower. stewardess. middy. conductor. breaker. drag &c. carting. 284. v. bush pilot. shipment. flight attendant. wastrel. transportation. whip. transport. transfer &c. transplace[obs3]. transfer. aerial navigator. shunt. tote [U. relegation. carry. straggler.. Wandering Jew. transposition &c. on the road #269. Adj. convoy. flier. waft.backpacker. carter. aeronaut. vection|. gadabout. tramper. swagman. porterage[obs3]. pilgrim. carrying. crew. postilion. stoker. forward. balloonist. ferry. bluejacket.. longshoreman. fugitive. -. Bohemian. night walker. fetch and carry. asportation[obs3]. transport. crew. 185. bring. seafaring man. gharry-wallah[obs3]. convey. transpose &c. hand pass. elocation|. wheelman. transmission. paratrooper. pilot. drifted. transferred &c. equestrian. translocation. cosmonaut. jolly. lighterman[obs3]. engine driver. remotion[obs3]. transmit. translocate. import. trecker[obs3]. postboy[obs3]. comet.]. wanderer. siphon. deportation. Alpine Club. amotion[obs3]. extradition. shipman[obs3]. throw &c. transference. exportation. scatterling[obs3]. displace &c. -. navigator. voiturier[obs3]. steersman. vagrant. peripatetic. glider pilot. Transference. gari-wala[obs3]. marine. tar. rover. delegate. seaman. coxswain. nomad. cartage. sleep walker. Phr. relegate. Ariel[obs3]. charioteer. translation. vagabond. transfer. Jehu. vecture|. pilot. runabout. palmer. bargeman. boatman. V. jack tar. oar. mail. dodging. Icarus. foot passenger. 126 . conveyance. salt. able seaman. man-bird. booly[obs3].S. Hadji. midshipman. transplant.]. wizard of the air. condottiere[obs3]. waterman[obs3]. vagrant. Arab[obs3]. truckman[obs3]. runner. draft. transumption[obs3]. cabman. zingaro[obs3]. guard. port. navigator. zingano[obs3]. ship. dispersion &c. portative[obs3]. astronaut. mariner. (interchange) 148. send. jockey. traction &c. courier. gondolier. aviatrix. peregrinator[obs3]. rambler. parachutist. decant. v. chauffeur. passage.]. transit. refugee. foundling. airman. Iris. vetturino[obs3]. conduction. shifting. portable. sailor. somnambulist. straphanger. bear. globetrotter. aeroplanist[obs3]. portage. (of property) 783. export. walker. vectitation|. wagoner. galionji[obs3]. bargee[obs3]. cockswain[obs3]. conduct. cavalier. carry over. transplantation.N. cabdriver. embark. shovel. gestation. noctambulist. shift. cyclist. freight. steward. gypsy. transfuse. movable. dock walloper*. trekker. seafarer. drayman[obs3]. fireman.horseman. importation. consign. waifs and estrays[obs3]. 73.. shoveling &c.S. man-of-war's man. turn over to. oarsman. ferryman. engineer. B.

Shetland pony. in mid progress. runabout. van. curricle[obs3].S. four-wheeler.mailable [U. unicorn. quadricycle[obs3]. colt. gelding.S. desobligeant[French].S. bayard[obs3]. charger.]. go-cart. creature. <-.p.N. barouche. by the way. diligence. punch. sloven [Can. jalopy. garran[obs3]. hansom. courser. wagon. cattle. mailstate[obs3]. araba[obs3]. char-a-bancs[French]. stage coach. britzka[obs3]. hurdle. asinine. pony. hackney coach. galloway[obs3]. carriage. hack. dearborn [obs3][U. in transitu[Lat]. bicycle. ladino [obs3][U. limber. hobbyhorse. dromedary. motor. express. on the wing. tonjon[obs3]. sumpter mule. 273. dolley. post chaise. jaunting car. stage. bike. carriole[obs3]. sulky. drag. Bath chair. #272.S. lemon. racer. pontoon. 81 --> #271.S. automobile. doolie[obs3]. blood horse. trap. crate. waggon[obs3]. chaise. jade. phaeton. Adv. reindeer. Pegasus. mare. bronco. shay. palanquin. sumpter horse. hinny. contagious. jinrikisha. -. break. black Maria. perambulator. tonga[obs3]. 215. donkey. post horse. ambulance. kibitka[obs3]. berlin. caleche[French]. on the way. vehicle. auto. four-in-hand. coolie. sedan chair. whisky. garron[obs3]. outside car. palfrey. cart horse. brett[obs3]. common carrier. on course. foal. stallion. random.]. mail phaeton. shelty. vis-a-vis. team. landau. victoria. two-wheeler. prairie schooner [U. beast of burden. sociable. munchil[obs3]. [object used for carrying] pallet. equipage. cart. tram. sheltie. fork lift. skate.]. stage wagon. en passant[Fr]. caravan. vettura[obs3]. tranter|. broncho[obs3]. equine. shandredhan[obs3]. barrow. mule. nag. droshki[obs3]. hand barrow. growler. ricksha. wain. under way. luxury sedan. palki[obs3]. cabriolet[obs3]. jackass. genet[obs3]. expressman. wagonette. conestoga wain. wheel. chariot. ship &c. tilbury[obs3]. cariole. conveyance. jennet. truck. tricycle. -. mustang. dray horse. locomotive. porter. kittereen[obs3]. conveyer. velocipede. manomotor[obs3]. hack. jument[obs3]. clunker. brace. carriage &c. turn-out. from pillar to post. mail coach. Carrier. camel. Arab[obs3]. brancard[obs3]. ski. stud. bearer. dooly[obs3].S. chemin faisant[Fr]. car. two-door sedan. barb. tit. sedan. car. wheel chair. clarence[obs3]. drosky[obs3]. thoroughbred. pack horse. pad. dray. roller skates. goer[obs3]. limousine. cow pony. stevedore. wheel barrow. from hand to hand. fly. rockaway[obs3]. llama. Adj. coupe. elephant. on the road.]. motor car. rig. whitechapel. draft horse. racehorse. palankeen[obs3]. dormeuse[Fr]. cayuse [U. flivver.]. ass. tumbrel. in transit. dandi[obs3]. 127 . cob. waler[obs3]. (vehicle) 272. roadster. jigger. dogcart. Rocinante. coach. cuddy[obs3].]. support &c. burro. buggy. ketch. cargador[obs3]. cart. hackery[obs3]. en route. lorry. litter. hunter. horse. critter [rural U. filly. dump cart. bidet. as one goes. conductor.N. beast. in mid course. brougham. Bucephalus. Vehicle. roan. omnibus. tandem. conestoga wagon. stretcher. shofle[obs3]. Narraganset. carrier pigeon.]. glass coach. carrier. cab. four-door sedan. calash. cycle.

galliass[obs3]. grader. belabor. 128 . landing ship. nuclear powered carrier. sports car. transport. dash.S. for and aft schooner. brigantine. caique[obs3]. hit hard. trawler. baggala[obs3]. merchant ship. dab. howker[obs3]. ship. pinnace. eight oar. steamship. schooner. bob. backhoe. rolling stock. trolley car. parlor car. freight car. bang. yawl. pelt. horse box. man of war &c. packet. loy[obs3]. shipping. gondola. clipper. gran turismo[It]. cruiser. 3rd class carriage. slam. racer. skiff. thwack. prame[obs3]. taxicoach[obs3]. cog. toboggan. motorcycle. float. coaster. the Wabash cannonball. beat.]. submarine. freight train. dory. tractor-trailer. taxicab. wherry. frigate. mail car.wheels [coll. sloop. baste.. dandy. flotilla. polacca[obs3]. goods train. racing car. pitchfork.S. express car. punch. barkantine[obs3]. yellow cab. drogher. randan[obs3]. fleet. lerret[obs3]. polacre[obs3]. jumper. launch. fork lift. cab. luggage train. express trail. atomic submarine. felucca. swamp boat. cannonball. foist. hermaphrodite brig. strike hard. horse car [U. electric car. buffet. proa[obs3]. wagon. raft. trench digger. hooker. bully [Nfld. sled. carack[obs3]. 3rd class train. boat. brig. steamer. bark.coracle. bottom.N. bateau battery[Can. lugger. cat. tartane[obs3]. crane. baggage car. dogger[obs3]. steamboat. hydroplane. jeep. durham boat. sailer.. hot rod. submersible. dump truck.]. motor bike. iceboat. sleeping car. fetch one a blow.]. earth mover. dowse|. flattop[coll. jolly boat. thump. shovel. bus. 3rd class compartment. galleyfoist[obs3]. craft. pick-up. dome car. LST[abbr]. carrier. canoe. 2nd class carriage. barque. golf cart. corvette. post hole digger. scow. destroyer. van. funny. (combatant) 726. ocean greyhound. articulated vehicle. snow. Ship. hulk. roadster. birch bark canoe. life boat. bobsleigh[obs3]. floating hotel. luggage van. Pullman car. hod. mail van. catamaran. poke at. swap. junk. collier. train. liner. dingy. minivan. argosy. floating palace. pile driver. box wagon. yacht. pick-up wagon. droger[obs3]. ladle. fly boat. spud. corridor train. bullet train. topsail schooner. ferry oat. cattle truck. spaddle[obs3]. spool. hoy[obs3]. cutter. passenger train. buss. ice canoe. pair oar. #273. gig. whack. galley. 2nd class train. cockleshell. [powered construction vehicles] tractor. ketch. spatula. electric wagon. 2nd class compartment. station wagon. 1st class carriage. road train. hovercraft. four-wheel drive vehicle. accommodation train. navy. windjammer. ocean liner. spade. galleon. truck. hoe. tram car. three masted schooner. kedge. surface car. aircraft carrier. pat. carvel[obs3]. box car.]. ark. ship. broadhorn[obs3]. slaver. vessel. tender. whaler. batter. galiot[obs3]. cock boat. outrigger. mail. caravel. wrecking crane. cutter. steamer. -. sleeper. lightning express. blow. praam[obs3]. double ripper. pontoon. minibus. bulldozer.]. dining car. stock car. sleigh. dugout canoe.]. ship of the line. lorcha[obs3].]. canal boat. dugout. flap. bilander[obs3]. patter. 1st class train. souped-up car. marine. long boat. microbus. fishing boat. checker cab. pip. merchantman. parliamentary train. cruisp. ice yacht. four oar. sailing vessel. storeship[obs3]. chasse-maree[Fr]. liner. steamroller. smack. bum boat. steamshovel. flatboat. pilot boat. sledge. shinkansen [Jap. caterpillar. double runner [U. lighter. side car. 1st class compartment. bobsled. sail. family car. special train. barge. shallop[obs3]. coble[obs3]. punt.

race. mercurial. hackee [obs3][U. post.S.]. spanking pace. celerity. fleet. 303. log line. get over the ground. rush &c. biplane. trireme. Montgolfier. amble. Ariel[obs3]. lively pace. Mercury. supersonic aircraft. 129 . tachometer. make the best of one's way. dash on. shot. scorcher*. velocity. tear. put one's best leg foremost. quicksilver. spanking rate. cut away. fast. speedy. kayak. greyhound. fly on the wings of the wind. prop-jet. dash forward. light footed. corporate plane. hard a port. barrel. gain ground. rattling rate. flying. hard a lee. strobe. rattling pace. hie. fighter-bomber. ostrich. telegraph. haste &c. hasten. hare. nuggah[obs3]. scorch. kite. electricity. mend one's pace. subsonic aircraft. put on. V. rocket. move quickly. troll. 682. antelope. private plane. bomber. bowl along. adj. scour the plain. fly. Velocity. greased lightning. turbojet. adj. Adv. air balloon. spy plane. whisk. zoom. wanigan[obs3]. march in double time. quick. pirogue. march in quick time. flying. airship. chickaree[obs3]. outstrip the wind. barrel along. outmarch[obs3]. steeple chase. sweep. stern-wheeler [U. (activity) 682. agile. outstrip &c. gazelle. stir one's stumps. scour. Degrees of Motion % #274. dhow.]. odometer. courser. squirrel. aerostat. Adj. wind sock. spurt. express train. expedition &c. speed. hurry &c.]. quicken. nimble footed. arrow. active &c. make forced marches. round pace. aliped[obs3].N. wind speed meter.S. go ahead. nimble. on ship board. jet liner. flit. expeditious.. fire balloon. aboard. galloping &c. [Measurement of velocity] log. clap spurs to one's horse. keep up with. dahabeah[obs3]. saick[obs3]. scamper. electric. ride hard. hydroplane. strapping pace. on board. dash off. spring. propeller plane. flight. parachute. run a race. doe. pernicity|. swiftness &c. accelerate. quicken one's pace. go like a shot. smart pace. airline. keep pace with.prahu[obs3]. afloat. make rapid strides. wharf boat. xebec. sampan. gallop. balloon. radar speed detector. skim. pilot balloon. Harlequin. wangan [obs3][U. express.p. triplane[obs3]. crowd sail. log canoe. run like mad. dash. acceleration. hard a weather. brush. light. keel boat [U. smart rate. winged. camel bird. dart. common carrier. cannon ball. rapid. scuttle. set off at a score. scud. hydrargyrum[Lat]. go off like a shot. dart. trip. beat it. zeppelin. make haste.S. swift rate &c. (be violent) 173. fighter. torrent. bound. quadrireme[obs3]. trot. jet plane. Camilla[obs3]. rush. eagle winged. corporate jet.S. eagle. lightning.. air speed gauge. wing one's way. scuddle[obs3]. v. monoplane. speedometer. fisk|. spank. escort plane. speed. carry sail. radar trap. boom. strapping rate.]. -. burn up the track. 82 --> % 2. lively rate. (hasten) 684. eagle speed. hard a starboard. <-. rocket plane. aerodrome. race horse. cut along. rapidity. private aviation. swoosh. 684. aeroplane. pedometer. chipmunk. dirigible. swift pace. bolt.. wind. race. swift.

. languid. in seven league boots. rein in. drag. poke* [U.p.. Adv. trudge. dog trot. lose ground. adv. retard.distinguish between impact. tempus fugit[Lat]. (inactive) 683. at the top of one. insensible. gentle. rub on. posthaste. halt. drawl. with haste &c. at half speed. stump along. under press of canvas. light-legged. gradual. tortoise. step by step. easy. slack. jog trot. clip the wings. with rapid strides. hobble. slow march. instantaneously &c. plod. slow time. n. full drive. falter. a pas de geant[Fr]. at full speed.. deliberate. n. v. in double quick time.S. and impulse imparted thereby? 12-13-90 --> 130 . (be inactive) 683. (inactivity) 683. strike sail. march in funeral procession. sluggard. go like a bat out of hell. lumber. steal along. take one's time. mincing steps. put on the drag. slow goer[obs3]. shorten sail. saunter. move slowly &c. claudication|.telegraphic. creeping &c. with mincing steps. seriatim. ventre a terre[Fr]. with giant strides. as fast as one can lay legs to the ground. whip and spur.s speed. slacken one's pace. apace. worm one's way. larghetto. dilatory &c. full gallop.N. (lateness) 133. slacken. Adj. gradatim[Lat]. job on. languor &c.. delay &c. reptatorial[obs3]. with speed &c. on eagle's wing. stagger. velis et remis[Lat]. sluggish. one step at a time. by leaps and bounds. dum Roma deliberat Saguntum perit[Lat].. adj.N. adj. wabble[obs3]. at a great rate. v. linger. dawdle &c. by inches. check. reef. adj. largo. (be late) 133. 684. waddle. as fast as one's heels will carry one. trotter. <-. -.N. haud passibus aequis [Lat][Vergil]. Slowness. v. with clipped wings. n. imperceptible. march in slow time. adagio. leisurely.D. (inactive) 683.. under easy sail. at railway speed. lag.]. bit by bit. gradually &c. Phr. toddle. slow back. hang fire &c. as fast as one's legs will carry one. at a foots pace. tardy.]. collision. drawl. moderate. slow paced. inch by inch. Motion conjoined with Force %<-. grovel. trail. adj. at a funeral pace.]. apply the brake. #275. 83 --> % 3. step short.. traipse.D. slug. bundle on. piano. "I'll put a girdle about the earth in forty minutes" [M. light of heel. little by little. swift as an arrow &c. at a glacial pace.. lingerer. curb. creeping &c. glacial. dawdle &c. slow coach. trippingly. Adv.. loiter. quick as lightning &c. limp. Phr. tardigrade|!. tantivy[obs3]. leisurely. in slow time. by slow degrees. slackening &c. shamble. by degrees.. creep. slow. shuffle. slug. under press of sail and steam.. relax. under press of sail. slacken speed. snail. by little and little. reduce the speed. slouch. vires acquirit eundo[Lat]. in full sail. loiterer. 113. slowness &c. swiftly &c. slowly &c. lentor[obs3]. snail-like. flag. at a snail's pace. consecutively. mince. quick as a thought. "swifter than arrow from the Tartar's bow" [M. take in sail. V. crawl. retardation. caludicate|.

recoil. buffet. echo. bang. return. rap. boom. recalcitration[obs3]. plug *. shock. thrust. impulsion. whap[obs3]. beating &c. jolt. batter. reaction. booming. carrom[obs3].p. whack. (resonance) 408. (punish) 972. (attack) 716. rebound. boost [U. v. fillip. ax &c. <-. retroactive. a very palpable hit" [Hamlet]. impulse. percussion. jog. shove. hit hard.S. v. repercussion. lunge. fan. (weapon) 727. swap. impetus. clip y. (violence) 173. enter into collision. run one's head against. punch. V. Phr. push. momentum.]. hustle. slam.. 284. calcitrate[obs3]. refluent[obs3]. pelt. Recoil. cannon. occursion|. give a start to. sideswipe. push. bang. "a hit. jog. tap. rammer[obs3]. appulse[obs3]. patter. pile-driving engine. plug*. reflex. clash. bounce. Adj. start..S. set going. spring. n. impelled &c. ram. stroke. pat. recalcitrate[obs3]. on the rebound.N. foul. recoil. react. thwack. sledge hammer. collision. give an impetus &c. telescope. thwack. strike hard. encounter. strike at &c. dash. [Science of mechanical forces] dynamics. slam. jab. belabor. foin[Fr]. sidewipe[obs3]. shove. rebound. knock one's head against. bunt. yerk|. butt against. squash. for every action there is a reaction equal in force and opposite in direction [Newton].#276. 972. (propel) 284. coefficient of restitution. run against. reactionary. reflexion[Brit]. baste. carambole[obs3]. ducks and drakes. -. thump. beat. throw. contrecoup[Fr].]. flap. bump against. dowse. collide. thrust. repercussive. run foul of. bounce back. on the recoil &c. repercuss[obs3]. impellent[obs3]. Impulse. hit. recoiling &c. earthquake detector. springing back &c. dowse|. pulsion[obs3]. elan. concussion. clip *. impact. recalcitrant. repulse. (punishment) 972. reverberation &c. punch. v. urge. cant. flail. arietation|. impelling &c. seismometer. pink. maul. impulsive. carom. brunt. boomerang. n. pelt. kick. impinge. cuff &c. yerk[obs3]. hammer. 325. dab. thrust. V. dynamical. propulsion &c. elbow. lunge. mallet. fetch one a blow. v. #277. jab. dab. kick. fan out. come into a collision.. impel. ricochet. blow. fly back. (sharp) 253. thump. reflux. reactionist[obs3]. booming. strike. spring back. ruade[obs3]. bump. rap. fall foul of. prod. Adv. jostle. explosion &c. elastic collision. punch. swap. knock. kick. poke at. knock.. calcitration[obs3].]. revulsion. smack. whack. sidewinder* [U. 84 --> % 4. Motion with reference to Direction 131 . throw &c. justle[obs3]. cudgel &c.]. hit. accelerometer. elasticity &c. cant hook. monkey. hurtle. boost [U. -. sideswipe [U.S. bound back. (attack) 716. reflection. slap. pat. slap. jolt. retroaction. charge &c. whip *c. encounter. cut. carom. ricochet. crash. butt. Phr. bat.S. mall. Adj. reverberate. battering ram. tap.N. rebuff. drive. punce|. shoulder. blow. dynamic. dint.

stray. in a bee line with. bend. dodge. pointing towards &c.. versus. lose one's way. rhumb[obs3]. take the air line. deflexure[obs3]. North. bear off. (oscillate) 314. diversion. in a straight line to. ENE. shunt. en avant. line of march. in all directions. sidetrack. South. refraction. via. deviation. twist. incidence. bypaths and crooked ways. n. against the wind. tenor. 245. line of collimation. bound for. divert. directed &c. towards. tack. fly off at a tangent. make towards. swerve. N by E. air line. direct. verge. v. flection[obs3]. NE by N. in the wind's eye. point at. go astray. keep a course. as the crow flies. rove. on the road. wander. turn away from. whither. West. march on. bend towards. alignment. put on a new scent. Adv. to straight. beeline. digression. direct one's course. 291. straight shoot. [Desultory motion] wandering &c. bearing. yaw. &c. through. -. wind. v. turn. shift. ramble. full tilt at. in a bee line to. march on a point. warp. wheel. with alligned with[obs3]. wheel about. -. v. 132 . Direction. in a direct line for. intervert[obs3]. sidle. go adrift. trending &c. byroad. steer towards. trend. divergence &c. oblique motion] sidling &c. turn to the right about. knight's move at chess. V. near the wind. draw aside. close to the wind. dip. aberration. as the crow flies. line. alter one's course. straight as an arrow. hither.N. waddle &c. shy. veer. windwards. aim. in a straight line for. azimuth. divert from its course. vagrancy. v. go to.% #278. gybe[obs3]. NE. be bound for. directly. &c. diverge &c. point to. depart from. before the wind. box the compass. depart from. in all manner of ways. quaquaversum[Lat]. evagation[obs3]. align one's march. cardinal points. divagation. warp. take aim. Deviation. straightforward. point of the compass. allignment[obs3]. aim at. swerving &c. from the four winds. divagate. [Motion sideways. Northerly. in a bee line for. set. dip.. go straight to the point. straggle. tralineate|.. digress. bending.. steer one's course. bend one's course. (perform a circuit) 629. ease off. s'orienter[French]. point towards. tend towards. 291. zigzag. face to the right about. crook. deflection. curve &c. in a direct line to. v. see which way the wind blows. quarter. road. level at.. straight. undeviating. turn aside. vector. thither. declination. by way of. n. glance off. North East. steering steerage. detour &c. tendency &c. v. make for. in a straight line with. on the high road to. ascertain one's direction &c. point blank. steer for. determine. Northern. face about. (circuit) 629. path. turn a corner. course. incline. Adj. range. step aside. go out of one's way &c. 176.N. deviate. meander. direction. Phr. bend. collimation. in a line with. conduct to. bend one's steps towards. steer clear of. aligned. hold a course. the shortest distance between two points is a straight line.. forwards as an arrow. V. allign one's march[obs3]. sweep. obliquation|. shape one's course. drift. flexion. tack. drift. heel. trend. in a direct line with. #279. make way for. directed towards. deflect. wear. unswerving. to.

precursor &c. Adv. like the move of the knight on a chessboard. make rapid strides &c. le pas. make advances. seniores priores[Lat]. heading. make one's way. all manner of ways. progress. 85 --> #282. get in front of. profluent[obs3]. ahead of his time. push forward. at the head. -. come ahead. stray. make head.. errant.N. press on. advanced. get along. follow in the rear of. rub on. dance attendance on. wide of the mark. in front. foremost. loose. excursive. succeeding. V. before. obliquely.N. next. follow in the wake of. sideling. leading..p. forerun. advance. Adv. keep one. follow on the heels of. <-. Phr. work one's way. have the start. pass forwards. introduce. indirect. advance. wag on. make progress. press ahead.] Precession. pass ahead. #280. take the lead. beset. go forwards. following &c. move on. (time) 117.N. advancing &c. desultory. the lead. to the right about. go before. #281. edge one's way.. push one's way. go in the wake of. 629. (order) 63. jog on. go in the rear of. move forwards. march &c. v. after &c. V. in the train of. 64. get before. Adv. proceed. 62. progress. Adj. force one's way. priority &c. aberrant. circuitously &c. go on. discursive. in advance. get over the ground. get the start. pass forward. 303. undirected. 235. go after. rise.. be in the rear of. tread close upon. -. go in the van. push on. attend. advancing &c. forge ahead. rambling. come one. advancement.] Sequence. (velocity) 274. -. follower. devious. lead the dance. go ahead. deviating &c.] Progression. follow as a shadow. headway. [Motion forward. vagrant. ahead. go ahead. lead the way. press forwards. 658. (time) 117. precedence &c. tide. v. 133 . sequence. (first in order) 62. hold on one's course. push forwards. flood. follow. head. steal a march. v. move ahead. improvement &c. out in front. get ahead. zigzag. circuitous. camp on the trail. (order) 63. distance. progressive. (front) 234. take precedence &c. follow in the trail of. elbow one's way. pursue &c. usher in. go in advance. pass on. fly after. 266. go forward. come forwards. in the lead. Adj. precedent &c. way out in front. dangler. train. astray from. make headway. get on. progressiveness. get ahead. ongoing. get forwards. tread on the heels of. hang on the skirts of. outstrip &c. v. leading. round about. go ahead. attendant. make way. [Going before.s course. carve one's way. get forward. crab-like. be in the trail of. in the rear &c. move forward. shadow. get on. Adj. V. following pursuit &c. in the wake of. satellite. headmost[obs3]. be in the wake of. dog. shoot ahead. precession. go in the trail of. gain ground. precede. 116. herald. push ahead. come forward. van &c. go with the stream. press forward. 622. make up leeway. behind. v. [Going after. progressive motion.Adj. subsequent. make strides. far ahead. in the van. progression. tread in the steps of. coming after &c. erratic. 622.

gun. [weapons which propel] arrow. launch into orbit dash. put about. fling. (combatant) 726. retrace one's steps. [Motion given to an object situated in front. reflex. withdrawal. recidivity[obs3]. ejaculate. a reculons[Fr]. send off. refluence[obs3]. 134 . pitch. Phr. (impulse) 276. send. shove &c. launch. run back. fling. jerk. heave. ejection &c. chuck. jet engine. reversal. [objects propelled] missile. recidivation|. backwater. vis a tergo[Lat: force from behind].] Regression. throw. 659. go home. motion in reverse. recession &c.N. let fly. fire off. balky. retrograde. retrocede. good shot. crawfish* [U. lance. relapse. 297. vestigia nulla retrorsum[Lat].]. as you were. reflux. project. revenons a nos moutons[Fr]. tergiversation. get back. toss. archery. 277.S. back. shy. turn back. recidivism. pitchfork. release. regress. deterioration &c. remigration[obs3]. return. wheel. archer. put back. draw back. retirement. Adv.] Propulsion. [Science of propulsion] projectiles. ebb. forward. 270[Lat]. ballistics. on. backwards. hark back. regrade. v.(reversion) 145. hurl. shrink. receding &c. jib. V. sound a retreat. reactionary &c. counter motion. put in orbit. retire. projection. ebb. retroaction. regression. on the way. jaculate[obs3]. in transitu &c. turn upon one's heel. send forth. reculade[obs3]. windup. Adj. throw. "westward the course of empire takes its way" [Berkeley]. on the high road. shy. backsliding. backwater. return. V. projectile. volteface[Fr]. withdraw. discharge. shooter. sharpshooter &c. (arms) 727[obs3]. regurgitate. in mid progress. bowman. regressive. bolt. marksman. shy. flip-flop. veering. toxophilite[obs3]. en route for. onward. rifleman. screw. toss. fall back. retrogression. lose ground. brickbat. release. fall. counter movement. veer round. double. shot. propelment[obs3]. back out. forth. [devices to give propulsion] propeller. drive. retreat. turn round. fulminate. discharge. [Motion backwards. regurgitation. retrogressive. back down. ejaculate. revert. ahead. refluent[obs3]. beat a retreat. drop astern. reflexively. backward movement. on one's way. rebound &c. send into orbit. come back. on the road. ball. to the right about. resilient. a rebours[Fr]. ballista &c. cast. crawl*. propulsion. -. take the back track. in progress. recede. turning point &c. crab-like motion. recess. shot. flirt. turn tail. -. turbine. launch. fillip. Phr. quoit. under way. counter march. #284. resilience reflection. retrograde. dart. 277. balk. go back. fall astern. retreat. shoot. shot.. retrograde motion. crab-like. propel. recidivous. [preparation for propulsion] countdown. push. sling. turn one's back upon. (motion from) 287. #283. let off.N. reflexion (recoil) 277[Brit]. retrograduation[obs3]. backtrack. dance the back step. retrocession[obs3]. discus. crack shot. countermarch. on the road to. tilt. twin screws.Adv.

magnetism. north pole. retreat &c. advent &c. retire. tug. attract. receding &c. 293.S. put to flight. electromagnet. appropinquation[obs3]. recession. magnetite. 86 --> #286. attractiveness. (approach of time) 121. drawing &c. lodestar. [Motion given to an object situated behind. make the land. get away. twitch. near. &c. towage[obs3]. withdraw. go away. yank [U. traction. approach. attracting &c. v. departure.] Approach. voice coil. positive charge. stator. attractive. make up to. retirement. Adj. approximate. approach. trundle &c. tractile[obs3].] Attraction. electrical charge. haulage. permanent magnet. adduction[obs3]. magnet. "a long pull a strong pull and a pull all together". withdrawal. tow. drag. south pole. jerk. recoil &c. access. 135 . Int.N. adduce. Adv. pulling towards.N. set in towards. drawing to. start. -. retreat. depart &c. remove. come near. rake. magnetic attraction. take in tow. touse|. (destined) 152. loadstar[obs3]. flight &c.put in motion.. static. carry one off one's legs. rotor. V. V. haul. move back. propelled &c. (set in rotation) 312. drift away. v. Adj. [objects which attract by physical force] lodestone. pull. v. -. draw near.. projectile. attraction of gravitation. actively. propulsive. lug.. appropinquate[obs3]. pull. move off. approaching &c. static cling. adductive[obs3]. drag towards. impending. siderite. draught. V. stand aside. 277. imminent &c. drift.. magnetic dipole.. impel &c. Phr. pursue &c. shunt. v. affluent.p. draw. retrocession &c. -. v. magnetic monopole. back away. expel &c. bear up. hug the shore. hug the land. fall back. Adj. recede. attraction. magnetic pole. approximative[obs3]. propelling &c. Adj.] Traction. 297. go. v. draw towards. #285. back off. (avoidance) 623. magnetic coil. #288. V. electrical attraction. Adj. come away. set agoing[obs3]. come to close quarters.] Recession. [Motion from. go near. pursuit &c. force causing to draw closer. attrahent[obs3]. give an impulse to. gain upon. stand off. [Motion towards. run away &c. approximation. tread on the heels of. train.N. trail. afflux[obs3]. gravity. come hither! approach! here! come! come near! forward! #287. wrench..N. loadstone. rake. -. appulse[obs3]. [Motion towards. 276. get near. attractivity[obs3]. pull towards. distance. move from. adducent[obs3]. on the road. move towards. (avoid) 623. <-. electricity. shrink. set in motion. v. distance oneself from a person. haul. move away. draw.. 283[obs3]. motor coil. 283. negative charge. sheer off. static electricity. 293. drawing &c. affluxion[obs3]. 622. tractive. give a start.]. 622.

disembarkation. opposite poles attract. diverging &c. visit. outspan. center round. advent. alight. home. rejoin. spaceport. bunder[obs3]. divaricate. harbor. fetch. unite. spread. Adj. concurrence. (focus) 74. like poles repel. terminus. 73. come to. get to. antigravity. turn one's back upon.N. repelling &c. remigration[obs3]. assemblage &c.] Repulsion. concourse. destination. concurrent. part &c. welcome. fly off. halting place. 73. confluence. get to one's journey's end. dispersion &c.. retrude[obs3]. 276. haven. asymptote. opposite charges attract. branch off. appulse[obs3]. v.. send off. sit down &c. forking. reach. put in. [Terminal motion at. glance off. like charges repel. light. divarication.. radiation. v. keep at arm's length. v. abduct. [Motion nearer to. land. rencounter[obs3]. (disjunction) 44. (refuge) 666. confluent. close with. aberrant. come in &c. #291. meeting. fall in with. -. ramify. come at. V. deplane. encounter. join. 72. divergent. concentrate. be in at the death. come up with. #292. centripetal. abducent[obs3]. make one's appearance &c. magnetic levitation. overtake. unite. 729. go ashore. arrival. conflux[obs3]. put into. congress. drop in. send away. V. detrain. terminal. asymptotical. halting ground. bring into a focus. 279. come. repulse. disperse &c. #289. drive from &c. magnetic repulsion. send away with a flea in one's ear. airport. (ingress) 294. -. ramification. asymptotic. resting place. return. completion &c. resort &c. give the cold shoulder. attain. V. return. goalpost. scatter. come to hand. divergency[obs3]. come across. driving from &c. come together. debark.] Convergence. abductive[obs3]. (appear) 446. force driving apart. v. disembark. debarkation. recursion[Math. concur. pour in. convergent. complete &c. arrive. repulsive. vin d'honneur[Fr].centrifugal. abduction. pop 136 . deviate &c. dispel. make. de-orbit. converge. Adj. reception.] Divergence. repulsion. separation &c. runway. 729. file off. corradiation[obs3]. meet. concentration. converging &c. meeting. hit. journey's end. come up to. chase. get back. enter in. repellent.N. diverge. landing strip. [Motion from. come home. actively. come upon. landing. drive apart. cast anchor. light upon. -. aberration. close in upon. gather together. radiate. convergency. Comp]. anchorage &c. centripetal Phr. goal. center in. deviation &c. get home. repel. centrifugal.N. pitch one's tent. abduce[obs3]. Phr. port. make the land. confluxible[obs3]. V. 279. convergence. come back. radiant. -. [Motion further off. ubi mel ibi apes [Latin][Plautus]. dismount. divergence. landing stage.] Arrival. (separate) 44. push from.N.. #290. fly off at a tangent. landing place. repulse. Adj. (be located) 184.

come into. entrain. set out. walk one's chalks. pour into.upon. invade. creep in. sayonara. exit &c. find one's way into. entrance. strike tents. vamose* [obs3][U. outset. penetration. influx. (reception) 296. -. insinuate itself. way in. Adv. burst into. 300. on the move. (avoid) 623.] Departure. any port in a storm. 350. stirrup cup.N. Adj. encounter. farewell. 300. take leave. move off. flit. fly. 137 . burst in upon. go along. adieu. arriving &c.N. insert &c. (ejection) 297. withdraw. with a foot in the stirrup.] Ingress. meet. barway[obs3]. quit. sally. <-. be gone. inspan[obs3]. valedictory. evacuate. departure. vamoose*. starting point. starting post. valediction. invasion. start off. (interjacence) 228[obs3]. hoist blue Peter. burst upon.]. go into. go off. spaceport. taxiing runway. interpenetrate. go away. (egress) 295. 449. break in. n. bid goodbye &c. runway. abscond &c. here.p. abandon. point of departure. march off. take-off point. aloha. go off the stage. plump upon. ingress. decampment. point of embarkation. Adj.S. make one's exit. hither. incursion. leave taking. embark. embarkation. slip into. be off. set sail' put to sea. illapse[obs3]. mouth. Int. ciao. inroad. go forth. launching pad. infiltrate. get off. vacate. start. take wing. airport. auf wiedersehen[Ger]. pour in. conduit &c. v. immigration. fly away. departing &c. enter. import. flow in. remove. interpenetration. take ship. leave a place. dosvidanya[Russ]. (opening) 260. go in. infiltration. removal. cut one's stick. V. wriggle into. inlet. intrude. goodbye. (receive) 296. issue. get under way. hasta la vista[Sp]. introgression. rencounter[obs3]. creep into. decession[obs3]. thence. homeward bound. begone! &c. depart. Adv. port of embarkation. have the entree. place of departure. immigrant. slip in. ingression. go aboard. admission &c. pop into. good morrow! Phr. intrusion. pitch upon. come in contact. hejira. (way) 627. retire. bounce upon. weigh anchor. set foot on. put off. insinuation &c. go to sea. path &c. start. ingress. hail from. irruption. pack off. -. give entrance to &c. exodus. valedictorian. come in. break in upon. whip away. Adj. 87 --> #293. sally forth. say good bye. [Initial motion from.. incoming. take oneself off. on the wing. worm oneself into. burst in.. whence. debouch. go on board. decamp. place of embarkation. Int. take one's departure. &c. v. take flight. set off. wing one's flight. welcome! hail! all Hail! good-day. break into. whip off. farewell! adieu! goodbye! good day! au revoir[Fr]! fare you well! God bless you! God speed! all aboard! auf wiedersehen[Ger]! au plaisir de vous revoir[Fr]! bon voyage! gluckliche Reise[Ger]! vive valeque[Fr]! #294 [Motion into. outward bound. pop in. flight.. penetrate. go one's way. sail. door. hence. march out. entry. go from home. insertion &c. V. disappear &c. spring. flow into. set forward.

evacuation. [Motion into. 138 . eruption. paracentesis[obs3]. discharge &c. extravasate[Med]. mouth. ingurgitation[obs3]. vent. import. egestion[obs3]. (food) 298. come forth. exhale. drain.S. (punishment ) 972.N. 350. eructation. filter. reception. secern[obs3]. imbibe. drinking &c. effluence. squeeze out. introduce. -. pass out of. ingurgitate[obs3]. chucker-out*[obs3]. leakage. emersion. pass out of. v. pore. move out of. transude. sally port. ingestion. distillation. percolate. absorption. admitting &c. V. admittance. spurt. clearage[obs3]. discharge itself. v. engulf. trajection[obs3]. despatch. eviction. intromission. well out. introit.. suck in. reabsorb. tap. remigration[obs3]. spout. eat. <-. pour out of. exspuition. emanate. (food) 298. open the door to. burst out. give the entree.] Egress. outbreak. admissable. actively. excern|. find vent. V. receive. come out of. (excretion) 299. way out. effuse. drainage. door &c. tapping. interjection &c. expatriation. suction. vomiting. absorb. dribble. (departure) 293. evacuate. pour. -.]. importation. void. effusion. bouncer [U. effuse. secrete. emigration. venesection[Med]. emunctory[obs3]. resorb. admit. imbibation[obs3]. expuition. escape &c. [Motion out of. spill. gulp. conduit &c. drain. barf[coll]. throw in. egurgitate[obs3]. emergence. breathe in. embogue[obs3]. drink &c. extravasation[Med].] Reception. 671. send out. open the floodgates. Adj. entree. path &c. go out of. sucking. absorbent. exudation. admission.N. strain. turn on the tap. emerge. [material vomited] vomit. emanation. vomitory. give entrance to. flow out of. detrude[obs3]. usher. snuff up. debouch. airpipe &c. pour out. ejection. sluice. expend.N. transcolate|. excrete. give vent to. rouge's march. phlebotomy. outpour. intromit. #297. bloodletting. [Motion out of. (opening) 260. spirt[obs3].. perspire. emesis. issue. extrusion. issue. dislodgment. trickle. -. perspiration. outburst. readmit. expulsion. exodus &c. take in. let out. gush.exportation. actively] Ejection. export. (water in motion) 348. outlet. bring in. break forth. outgoing. &c. out through. rejection. v. puke. 228. relegation. proruption[obs3]. egress. debouch. give out. ructation[obs3]. burst through. emission. sweat. squirt. evacuation. insertion &c. (way) 627. V. outgate[obs3]. evacuation.. introception[obs3]. extravasate[Med]. banishment &c. 300. leak. exit. spend. eating. outcome. effused &c. emigrant. floodgate. slop. dribbling &c.p. oozing. open the sluices.#295. effusion. effluxion[obs3]. give exit. flow out. admitted &c. 88 --> #296. inhale. discharge. egress. vomition[obs3]. deportation. extrude. let in. disembogue[obs3]. 351[obs3]. shed. emit. egression. swallow. ingest. engorge. drainage. debouche. gush &c. v. output. immission[obs3]. exude.. clearance. Adj. defluxion[obs3]. draw in. well. filtrate. percolation. outpouring. extradition. transudation. vomitus[Med]. spout. run through. inhalation. sweating. give admittance to. distill. introduction. pour forth. dispatch. (water in motion) 348. ooze.

viands. clean out. [Eating. shovel away. purge. drinking &c. eatables. bread. dietary. cereals. begone! get you gone! get away. mouth.p. send to Jericho. dump. oust. slobber. prog[obs3]. gluttony &c. belly timber. banish &c. nurture. root out. bundle out. 276 throw out. go away. gulp. go along. mastication. give the sack to. (punish) 972. spew forth. breathe. push &c. turn out. shovel out. be sick. drain to the dregs. clear decks. 957. cerealia[obs3]. vomit. forage. go about your business! be off! avaunt[obs3]! aroynt[obs3]! allez-vous-en[Fr]! jao[obs3]! va-t'en[Fr]! <-. barf. throw up. dislodge. eating &c. commissariat &c. (wind) 349. suck. lade out. 284 throw out. keck[obs3]. fare. unpeople[obs3]. broach. sweep off. show the door to. throw overboard. draw off. regurgitate. expel. drivel.perspire &c.]. cast adrift. unearth. brush away. emitted. 89 --> #298. clear away. unhouse. averuncate|. clear off. get along with you. eliminate. tap. pack off. nourishment. puke.] Food. fire *. creature comforts. Adj. libation. draw off. 139 . send packing. ichthyophagy[obs3]. throw off. boycott. throw up. -. send away with a flea in the ear. weed out. emitting. turn adrift. [eating specific foods] hippophagy[obs3]. pabulum. bread stuffs. Int. dispeople[obs3].. subsistence. bow out. sustention. erupt. send adrift. send away. worship the porcelain god. cast up. let blood. turn out neck and crop. corn. diet. food. upchuck. keep. grub. ration. draught. victuals. epulation[obs3].N. splutter. commons. ingesta. embowel[obs3]. root up. exenterate[obs3]. grubstake. get along. throw away. v. pasturage. eviscerate. throw aside. do away with. reject. delicacy. get rid of. send to the right about. drool. v. board. bread and cheese. v. unship. deport. unpack. disgorge. bread. chops. bounce * [U. belch out. gut. bring up. comestibles. blow &c. break bulk. cates[obs3]. (provision) 637. get sick. staff of life. heave. eructate. carousal &c. sustenance. go along with you! go your way! away with! off with you! get the hell out of here![vulg. (exude) 295. discard. sputter. throw away. provision. mandible. feed. prey. [CAUSEDBY:appetite &c. rumination. aliment. (emerge) 295. (amusement) 840. offload. pasture. retch. dainty. drunkenness &c. whisk away. cheer. deglutition. disembowel. relegate. spit. unload. fire out *. slabber[obs3]. discharge. expectorate. &c. (abrogate) 756. evict. bale out. mazard[obs3]. turn out neck and heels. turn away. be let out. turn out head and shoulders. make a clean sweep of.]. cut. spew. unkennel. shake off. slaver. sustentation. send about one's business. turn out of house and home.. turn off. throw off. send off. hawk. 865]. depopulate. regimen. nutriment. fodder. clear the throat. meat. sweep away. eject. throw aside. ooze &c.S. provender. get out. clear out. chuck up. turn out of doors. empty. contents of the larder. edibles. whisk off. jaws. unlade. manducation[obs3]. potation. strike off the roll &c. brush off. send to coventry. throw &c. chasser[Fr]. sweep out. 959. disbowel[obs3].

gulp down. schenck beer[obs3]. pick. repast. oyster.S. cider. bouilli[obs3]. festal board.]. flip. feast. cup. discuss. gulp. roast and boiled. porterhouse steak. wash down. flapjack. compote. rechauffe[Fr]. lay in. chugalug[slang]. tipple &c. bait.fleshpots. ship biscuit. toddy. empty one's glass. pasty. negus[obs3]. menu. craunch[obs3]. piece de resistance[Fr]. masticate. bishop. despatch. nibble. sip. pork. kickshaws[obs3]. Brazil tea. 393. batten upon. (make merry) 840. regale. nip. beet root. entertainment. potluck. bara[obs3]. chew. artichoke. stew. toss one's glass. fare. stingo[obs3]. beer. regalement[obs3]. course. claret. grapes. dessert. hasty pudding.S. bolt. square meal.]. beverage. crack a bottle. feed. fricassee.lunch. liqueur. table.S. break one's fast. hoecake [U. break bread. pilot bread. Pilsener beer. remove. dish. non-alcoholic beverage. mince pie. graze. blackberry. coffee. breakfast. toss off. [person who eats] diner. bara khana[obs3]. mess. swig. appetizer. quaff. 189. joint. lunch. mate. blowout*. 957. breadfruit.S. roti[obs3]. fish. mutton. light refreshment. lettuce. refreshment. potage[obs3]. hash. morsel.]. mint julep [U. cooky [U. ragout. cornstarch [U. chotahazri[obs3]. trepang[obs3]. bun. ice water. substantial meal. drink one's fill. junk food. clam. cookie. hippophage. regale. banana. potion. take down. crop. fall to. gnaw. pudding. avocado. junket.S. ordinary. table d'hote[Fr]. ambrosia. (intoxicating liquor) 959. bite. dinner. drink up. gobbet[obs3]. cracker. apple &c. lap. entree. soup. ice cream. wet one's whistle. cuisine. chupatty[obs3]. bock beer. drink. volauvent[obs3].2 beer. doughnut. drench. purl. waffle. peck. mango. breakfast . lager beer. Sir John Barleycorn. sweets &c. broth.]. bill of fare. tea. pottage. whet. bouillon. get down. beefsteak. table d'hote[Fr]. oatmeal. mince. mangosteen. take. supper. near beer. barbecue. drain the cup. beef. drink in. browse. suck. sippet[obs3]. lick. dispatch. 296. suck up. sea slug. vanilla. crunch. puree. fatten upon. bever[obs3]. swallow. eating house &c. mouthful.]. hominy [U. rusk. releve[Fr]. tiffin[obs3].]. plate. soup. main course. consomme. chop suey [U. bisquit[obs3]. snack. dram. dejeuner[Fr]. bolus. gormandize &c. pancake. chowder. pineapple. banquet. good living. entremet[obs3]. wassail. malt liquor. meal. (be drunken) 959. luncheon. spoonmeat[obs3]. atole[obs3].]. glutton &c. alligator pear. picnic.S. sup. veal. porridge. refection. liquor. dine. spirits. draught. carouse &c. ale. ashcake[obs3]. . succotash [U. grog. fast food. supawn [obs3][U. V. take tea. mumble. beche de mer[Fr]. sup.]. cocoa. condiment &c. heavy wet. pastry. dejeuner a la fourchette[Fr]. sturgeon ("Albany beef"). blancmange. tuck in*. sip. the cup that cheers but not inebriates. live on. hors d'oeuvre[Fr]. 3. feast upon. entree. devour. play a good knife and fork. feed upon. feed. broth. eat. bloater. sop. banquet. swill*. 140 . do justice to. cranch[obs3]. hearty meal. gulp. good cheer. sauerkraut.. full meal. wine. 957.S. frumenty[obs3]. sup. damper. . gin &c. munch. apple slump. griddlecake. collation. punch. eat heartily. walnut. champ. pie. snap. hardtack.S. fatling[obs3]. chocolate. omelet. swill*. salmis[obs3]. spread.

injection. planting. excretion. stick in. immerge. (eject) 297. V. tuck in. thrust in. inoculate. esculent[obs3]. pantophagous[obs3]. cereal. dietetic. uproot. potable. excrete &c. intromit. extraction. succulent. impregnate. interment &c. bloody flux. bury &c. root up. forceps.] Insertion. grub up. extirpation. insinuation &c. importation. extermination. effusion. cacation[obs3]. ejection &c. insert. coeliac-flux. 297. [Forcible egress. -. rheum. #300. diaphoresis. phytivorous[obs3]. spittle. extract. insertion. (intervention) 228. nutritive. averruncate|. lava. graminivorous. corkscrew. 363. root out. squeezing. (uncleanness) 653[Lat]. sweat. eccrinology[Med]. omnivorous. (water). emanation. dip. perspiration. introduce. #301. import. stuff in.N. submergence. export &c. eatable. weed out. v. whip in. immersion. dredge. wrench. drive in. "now good digestion wait on appetite. 294. evacuation. plant. and health on both!" [Macbeth].purvey &c. obtrude. crap[vulg. exudation. bathe. extravasation[Med]. egesta[Biol]. implantation. extractor.shit. get out. weed up. inoculation. culinary.. impact. infuse.N. introduction. dejection. immerse. grub out. interject &c. extirpate. implant. gastric. V.] Extraction. lavement[obs3]. plunge in medias res. imbrue. comestible. evulsion[obs3]. unroot[obs3]. potulent|.. (make a hole) 260[obs3]. "across the walnuts and the wine" [Tennyson]. instill. put into. "who can cloy the hungry edge of appetite?" [Richard II]<-. insert &c itself. inserted &c. omophagous[obs3]. (water) 337. extrication. hemorrhage. (inter) 363.p. Meredith]. v. extrusion. removal. extracting &c. 310. enema. dovetail. herbivorous. pluck up by the roots. draw. diarrhoea. catarrh. plunge &c. cibarious[obs3]. excreta. eradicate. wrench. emanate &c. secretion. eradication. outpouring &c. glyster[obs3]. coeliac-passion. lavage. bud. bleeding. press. ptyalism[obs3]. extort. phytophagous[obs3]. 637. imbed. Adj. infusion. forcible ingress &c. salivation. sputa. ecchymosis[Med]. tear out. pick out. avulsion[obs3]. pluck out. ingraft[obs3]. 298. imbue. draw out. granivorous[obs3]. edible. expression. clyster[Med]. dip. nutritious. empierce| &c. rake up. plunge. wring from. evolution. excrement. (egress) 295. [Forcible ingress. faeces. inject. saliva. pull out. omophagic[obs3]. pull up. ram in. ichthyivorous[obs3].]. alimentary. merge. xylophagous Phr[Biol]. pliers. graft. V. 337. carnivorous. (come out) 295. elimination. sewage.N. subation[obs3]. in. -. exudation. rake out. 141 . (egress) 295. &c. submersion. take out. discharge. Adj. "blessed hour of our dinners!" [O. drop in. pop in . bibulous. exhalation. ejecta. 90 --> #299 Excretion -. exuviae &c. v. pull up by the roots. bath &c. run into. put in. soak &c. dysentery. stools.

outjump. to no purpose. 267. keep within the mark. 732. evolve. Phr. come short . transmit. insufficiency &c. fall short of. (hole) 260. overpass. v. outstep[obs3]. penetrate. outrival. work. overjump[obs3].N. keep within the compass.remove. overleap. 91 --> #303 [Motion beyond] Transcursion -. cave in. come to the front. beat hollow. 730. pass. 295. 260. pass and repass. v. strain a point. eviscerate &c. 350. surpassing &c. the bubble burst. show in front. incompleteness &c. trespass. within the bounds. for from it. passage. beyond the mark. strain. surpass. intercurrent[obs3]. labor in vain. fall short . out of depth. transcursion|. intrench on[obs3].N. (neglect) 460. force one's way. outdo. endosmose exosmose[obs3].N. endosmosmic[obs3]. find its way. steal a march upon. cut across. trench upon. lose ground. stop short . ford. Adj. not reach.. worm one's way. outgo. eliminate &c. flat out [U. educe. pass over. 627. keep within bounds. overstep. cut one's way through. overreach. Adv. overshoot the mark. pass through. ingress &c. 142 . leave in the lurch. cross. 266. 53. ahead. conduit &c. extracted &c.. shoot ahead of. falling short &c v. go over. exceed. -. deficient. clear the course. come short of. go over the ground.]. <-. 297. fall through. Adv. 303. miss stays. egress &c. within the compass. #304 [motion short of] Shortcoming -. traverse. entrench on. failure. imperfection &c. squeeze out. throw into the shade. stretch a point. fall to the ground. go across. no go. soar &c. opening &c. go beyond.p. defalcation. thread. surmount. find its vent. transcend. #302. shortcoming. 294. Adj. make a passage form a passage. re infecta[Lat]. end in smoke. short of. thrid[obs3]. redundancy &c. (rise) 305. [Motion through. transcendence. outride. v. transgress. overskip[obs3]. elicit. stick in the mud. encroach. 641. perforate &c. V. short. en passant &c. V. pass. go by. endosmosis[Chem]. within the mark. noncompletion &c.] Passage. overlap. thread one's way. extricate. come to nothing. outstrip. outleap. stop short of. trespass. transmission. override. encroachment. minus. fail. intercurrence[obs3]. (eject) 297. distance. steal a gain upon. path &c. want. 640. break down. journey &c. transiliency[obs3]. interpenetration. press out. (transit) 270[Fr]. enfilade. perfunctory &c. beat. V. transudation. default. express. voyage &c. go through. make way. passing &c. Adv. infringement. 651. infiltration. make one's way. collapse. leave in the rear.S. behindhand. permeate. outrun. permeation. extravagation|. Adj. leeway. penetration. unreached. endosmotic[Chem]. infringe. Adj. miss the mark. failure &c. overgo[obs3]. cross the Rubicon. transgression.

ladder rocket. tower. heave. take off.N. superfluitant|. the bottom fell out. on one's legs. come down a cropper. [ref] escalate (increase) 35. plummet. sublevation[obs3]. [cause to go up] raise. debacle. set on a pedestal. slip. v. stilted. dip. sprawl. erect. get down. Adv. plump down. come down a peg.. uprear. drop. lurch. 309. exalt. v. fall prostrate. lever &c. upbear[obs3]. crash. ascent. buoy. place on a pedestal. dumbwaiter. exaltation. falling &c. deciduous. stumble. v. dismount. upraise. elevate. 307. gravitate. landslip. spring to one's feet. ascension. downhill. erection. topple down. perch up. Adv. winch. aspire. buoyant. tumble down. descendent. labent[obs3].#305. dredge. collapse. #307. [equipment for descending by rappeling] rappel. swoop. declination. plunge. stand up. declivity. dredging machine. fall. upheave. rear. hold oneself. stick up. shin. slump. excelsior. come down. [Motion upwards] Ascent. hover. tilt. 309. dredger. escalade[obs3]. Phr. work one's way up. lift. crane. escalator. get up. trip. upcast[obs3]. uphill. elevated &c. perk up. nodding to its fall. Adv. sublimation. shinny. rappel. -. tilt up. fate of Icarus. bubble up. get up. plunge. sublimate. trip. settle. fall. lark. decurrent[obs3]. catapult upwards. [Motion downwards] Descent. prominence &c. v. hill.: slump. upheaval. lapse. scale the heights. raise. heighten. mount. landslide. descending &c. Adj. supernatant. drawn oneself up to his full height. sky lark. swim. topple over. scandent|. windlass. topple. go aloft. drag up. on the shoulders of. ascend. Alpine Club.N. descension[obs3]. plane. shinney. clamber. decline. drop. fly aloft. capstan. go down. decursive[obs3]. slide. -. titubate[obs3]. uphoist[obs3]. float. uprise. take up. stoop &c. start up. spire. go into orbit. lift. avalanche. fish up. rising &c. set. shoot up. set up. descend. V. 102. 308. lift. plummet. on one's hind 143 . hill &c. droop. downwards. -. Adj. sky rocket. dredge. uplift. leap &c.. climb. rampant. tumble over. precipitate oneself.. 194. (convexity) 250. v. cropper. arise. elevator. jump up. flight of stairs. drop down. attollent[obs3]. weigh mount. give a lift. rise up. derrick. jump up. titubation[obs3]. explode upwards. culbute[obs3]. Adj. tumble. tilt. descent. 633. rise. declension. #306. downfall. surmount. on stilts. subsidence. hold one's head up. spring up. cadence. 308. elevation. lurch. scramble. V. flight of steps. raising &c.N. go up. acclivity. let fall &c. 217. alight. float up. soar. slip. hoist. ramp. V. tumble. scale. pop up. sink. stumble. elevate &c. Elevation. pitch. light. rising &c. swag. surge.

buck jump. courtesy. falcade[obs3]. curvet. at a low ebb. gambado|. chamois. put about. diver. cut down. stoop. jump about &c. bend the head. hop skip and jump. bend the knee. circumnavigation. capriole. jump over the moon. wheel. heel. hop. trample in the dust. douse.. overturn. go to the bottom. buck. wallow. northwest passage. lowering &c. Phr. vault. circulation. spring. turn on one's heel. v. curvet. overset[obs3]. squat. caper. sit. let down. [Curvilinear motion. trip it on the light fantastic toe. knock down. courtesy. on the light fantastic toe. 92 --> #308. flounce. header. duck. dash down. raze. upset. dance oneself off one's legs. engulf. circumambulation. drop like a lead balloon. vault. throw down. v. fell. corkscrew. depress. circumvention. excursion. duck. grasshopper. bow.] Circuition. frog. foot it. caracole. buck. leap. detrusion[obs3]. Adj. go round to the right about. jump. hop. (amusement) 840. skip. Adv. bend. trip. make a plunge.p. turn.N. (be horizontal) 213. plunge. kangaroo. prostate. overturn. bow. let drop. take down. raze to the ground.N. V. Depression. abasement. detrusive[obs3]. depressed &c. lower. go about. sink. (agitation) 315. curtsy. frisk &c. facinus quos inquinat aequat [Lat][Lucan]. leaping &c. founder. take a header. dance off one's shoes. Phr. bob.. dip. make a circle. prostrate &c. upset. bathe &c. #311. recline &c. -. depression. souse. caper. welter. Plunge -. overthrow.(water) 337. goat. dip. v. start. genuflection. wallaby. reduction. -. cast down. evolution. dip &c. crouch. subversion. buck jump. wrench. gambade|. Leap. trip the light fantastic. ance. bow the head. bring low. level. take a plunge. Adj. caracole. buckjumper[obs3]. precipitate. sit down. overthrow.. kneel. V. rase to the ground[obs3]. coil. jerboa. <-. submerge. go down like a stone.legs.N. v. take down. send to the bottom. subvert. #309. jump up. let down a peg. demivolt[obs3].. turn round to the right about. pull down. precipitation. debase. flea. pitch. (horizontal) 213. get out of one's depth. v. 144 . dive. cut capers. let fall. detrude[obs3]. pull about one's ears. (concavity) 252. leap. frisky. couch. immerse. 629. spring. ramp. turn. ducking &c. take down a peg. -. bend. V. dip. V. curvet. prostration. turning &c. hew down. sink. circuit &c. overset[obs3].. #310. cower. fling down. dance. bound. curtsy. dive. bound.N. bow the knee. obeisance. reduce. genuflexion[obs3]. saltatory[obs3]. bounce. saltation[obs3]. salaam. plump. submerse. cast. bob. circuition[obs3]. plunge. abase. di salto in salto[It]. kowtow.

Adj. vortex. revolve. bench centrifuge. unfold. v.teetotum[obs3].most of this should go under change (make a 146a). development. unwind. hub. circumvolve[obs3]. evolution. [rotation and translation together] helix. convolution. twirl.] Evolution. [result of rotation] centrifugal force. wheel. rotary. whirligig. gyroscope. centrifuge. gymbal. circumrotation[obs3]. (convolution) 248. unroll. volutation[obs3]. turning aound an axis. vertiginous. swivel. circumforaneous[obs3]. bowl. evolve. augur. turning about an axis. arbor. wheel. water wheel. wagon wheel. dust devil. rollingstone[obs3]. circumfluent[obs3]. circulate.. circination|. [measure of rotation] angular momentum. circulation. pole.. #312. circumvent. (circuit) 629. [Science of rotary motion] trochilics[obs3]. develop not in change section!! revolution. roll up. [rotating air] cyclone. go through 180x. screw. vorticose[obs3]. roll along. unfurl. revolution. trundle. oil rig. Adj. gear. <-. rotation. unfoldment. dizzy round. roll. make the round of. (inversion) 218.N. whisk. pirouette. whir.. meander. [Motion in a continued circle. merry-go-round. evolvement. pirouette.] Rotation. twist &c. vortical. wind. gurge[obs3]. head over heels. Maelstrom. hinge. rotating &c. RPM. pass through 360x. welter. tire. bobbin. pulley wheel. roller. Ixion. surge. eversion &c. "put a girdle round about the earth" [M.D. Charybdis. potter's wheel. twirl. rotate. gyration. turn round. tornado. turntable.make a complete circle. gyrate. circumambulate. revolution = change = #146--> #313. pivot. [Motion in the reverse circle. windmill. turbination[obs3]. wallow. go through 360x. mandrel. circulate. like a horse in a mill. whirl. V. turning &c. go the round. roulette wheel. pass through 180x. pinwheel. eddy. [person who rotates] whirling dervish. box the compass.. pin.N. circumrotatory[obs3]. 145 . circuitous. drill. revolutions per minute. make a detour &c. circumgyration[obs3]. untwist. [rotation of an automobile] spin-out. whirlwind. describe a circle. flywheel. axis.N. furl. -. angular velocity. refrigerated centrifuge. vertigo. troll. dreidel. Ferris wheel. uncoil. circumvolution. whirlpool. rotary. whirl. describe a complete circle. axis of rotation. round and round. -. spindle. Adv. circumnavigate. gas centrifuge. helical motion. evolution . [of an automobile] spin out. V. spin. gyratory. top. coriolus force. Adv. axle shaft. spin like a teetotum|!. gyre.v.]. round about. [things that go around] carousel. wheel. jack. unfolding. spin like a top. spinning. caster. tyre[Brit][Brit]. verticity|. untwine. ultracentrifuge. lazy suzan. hub of rotation. microfuge. pivot point. countercurrent. axle. trochilic[obs3].

roll. vibroscope[obs3]. carphology[obs3]. motion to and fro. flicker. dance. curvet. untangle. shuffling 7c. tilmus[obs3]. quiver.S. heavy sea. the jerks. wave. simmer. rout. quaver. jerk. to and fro. shake.p. backwards and forwards. (disorder) 59. tumult. stumble. pulsatory[obs3]. undulation. courtesy.. vibrate. squirm. be agitated &c. disentangle. flicker. v. wag. disquiet. restlessness &c. coming and going &c. boil over. ferment. throe. ebb and flow.unravel. pulse. palpitation. quake. wave. quiver. subsultus[obs3]. jolt. ground swell. dodge. totter. loggan[obs3]. St. from side to side. nutation. wriggle like an eel. toss. cavort [U. ebullition. palpitate. swing. hurly-burly.. bustle. rock. shake. shamble. shuffle. shake. motion of a pendulum. #315. succussion[obs3]. vortex &c. rectilinear. move from post to pillar and from pillar to post. bob. fuss. nod. pulsation. stagger. shiver. racket. flop. come and go. move up and down. reel. oscillating &c.]. lurch. reel. megrims. wriggle. pulsate. curtsy. flutter. waggle. be the sport of the winds and waves.S. dance. whirlwind &c. flutter. alternate. undulate. v.. pulsate. oscillatory. brandish. v. flux and reflux. twitter. dance. fits. cahotage[obs3]. shake to its center. wibble-wabble[obs3]. vibration. curvet. dangle. convulsion. -. Vitus's dance. boil. twitter. bob. seesaw. undulatory. tumultuation|.]. zigzag. totter. ebb and flow. evolving &c. (irresolution) 605. go pitapat. floccillation[obs3]. wriggle. stagger. ferment. shake. -. like buckets in a well. shake like an aspen leaf. swag. chaos &c. pendulous. quassation|. chorea. epilepsy. fluctuate. bustle. effervesce. vacillate &c. quake. hither and yon. V. hubbub. quaver. teeter [U. oscillation. throb.N. tremor. Adj. quaver. sway. jog. writhe. alternation. tremble like an aspen leaf. throb.N. ups and down. <-. twire[obs3]. reel to and fro like a drunken man.. storm. v. flounder. (wind) 349. stir. (changeableness) 149. shake. quiver. 605. V.. beat. tremble. disturbance. vibratile[obs3]. tempest. v. librate[obs3]. tick. vacillation &c.. perturbation. flourish. toss. Adv. up and down. [Reciprocating motion. pitch. swing. trepidation. libratory. toss about. bicker. turmoil. bob up and down &c. beat. 312. in and out. [Irregular motion] Agitation. flounder. wamble[obs3]. dance. libration. flicker. ripple. fluctuation. waggle. wabble[obs3]. wag. play. wag. jar. shake to its foundations. beat. fermentation. jump like a parched pea. spasm. 93 --> #314. agitation. rocking-stone. logan[obs3]. develop. staggers. seesaw. Adv. vibratiuncle[obs3]. whirlpool. drive from post to pillar and from pillar 146 . flounce. bubble up.] Oscillation. pass and repass. commotion. shock. jactitation|. turbulence. jump about. oscillate. flitter. prance. vibratory. effervescence. Adj. foam. tumble. evolved &c.

saltatory[obs3]. physical. spiritual &c. something. corporal. Adj. -. tangible. physicism[obs3]. V. material. by fits and starts. convulsive. Midgard. subjective. nonsubjective[obs3]. MATTER IN GENERAL % #316. spiritualize. restless. megacosm[obs3]. flap. corporeity[obs3]. sphere. materialness. disturb. sensible. corporality[obs3]. whisk. unquiet. material. materials &c. immateriality. asomatous[obs3]. unearthly. Adj. heavens. corpus. objective. matter. somatology[obs3]. inextension[obs3]. body. parenchyma[Biol]. nonobjective. shake. stars. corporeal. toss. element. immaterial. somatics. subsultorily| &c. impersonal. flourish. unspiritual. macrocosm. joggle. hustle. shaking &c. wallop. earth. supersensible regions[obs3]. jog. physical science. article. whip. milky way. thing. immateriate[obs3]. frame. extramundane. immaterialism[obs3]. supersensible[obs3]. bodily. [Science of matter] physics. in fits. stir.. jounce. starry host. stuff. substance. MATERIALITY. spiritualism. jostle. globe. 94 --> % CLASS III Words Relating to MATTER Section 1. pneumatoscopic[obs3]. galaxy. 635. brandish. Adv. terraqueous globe[obs3]. per saltum[Lat]. pabulum. myself. still life. incorporal[obs3]. incorporeity[obs3]. materialism. neuter.N. jolt. wide world. all of a twitter. celestial spaces. nebulae. object. somatism[obs3]. tumble. substantial. churn. cosmos. universe. starry heaven. varuna. post.p. materialistic. immaterialness. astral plane.N. brute matter. buffet. Immateriality. principle. music of the spheres. philosophie positive[Fr]. personality. ego. keep between hawk and buzzard. saltatoric[obs3]. empyrean. unembodied[obs3]. experimental philosophy. substantiality. incorporate. canopy of heaven. starry cope. Phr. tempete dans un verre d'eau[Fr]. wield. firmament. somatist[obs3]. astral body. unextended[obs3]. <-. asteroids. spiritualist. welkin|. Adj. kosmos[obs3]. desultory. materiality. ponderable. (soul) 450. in convulsions. -. materialist. hyle[obs3]. agitated tremulous. agitate. subsultory|. creation.. #318. 147 . spirit &c. substantialness. shambling. world. sky. #317. me. somatoscopic[obs3]. nature. incorporeal. I. shake up. bandy. plenum. flesh and blood. -. substratum. World. hop skip and jump. vellicate[obs3]. unfleshly[obs3]. hitch. stocks and stones. physicist. disembody. heavenly bodies.N. jerk. adj[obs3]. vault of heaven. convulse. giddy-paced. v. quasative[obs3]. personal. disembodied. natural philosophy. physical condition. palpable. somatic. (psychical) 450[obs3].

falling star. cosmical[obs3]. v. gravitate.. planetarium. grain. ponderable. "through knowledge we behold the World's creation" [Spenser]. attogram. terrene. 148 . apothecaries' weight. Cassiopea's chair. cumbersome.. gravitation. on the face of the globe. Little Dipper. pennyweight.galactic circle. sidereal. orbit. orb of day. -. uranic. sun. heliacal[obs3]. "some touch of nature's genial glow" [Scott]. equator. lunar. picogram. lightness &c.. cumbrous. stellar. dust. counterpoise. -. drachma[obs3]. carat. ecliptic. [metric weights] gram. cosmology. terraqueous[obs3]. zodiac. uranography. weight. observatory. Ossa on Pelion. in all creation. star gazer[obs3]. analytical balance. starry. microgram. sphery[obs3]. <-. "this majestical roof fretted with golden fire" [Hamlet]. pondorosity[obs3]. weight of. gossamer. constellation. nebular. metric ton. mote. orb of night. earthly. chromosphere.]. steelyard. scale. burden. 95 --> #319. specific gravity. comet. ame no kawa [Jap. die Weltgeschichte ist das Weltergesicht[Ger]. Adj. load. feather. burthen[obs3]. eidouranion[obs3]. kilogram. under the sun. meteorite. be heavy &c. imponderability.p.N. cumber. avoirdupois weight. weighing &c. celestial. "silently as a dream the fabric rose" [Cowper]. baby scale. beam. cosmogony. cwt. #320. postal scale. colures[obs3]. Diana. ton. moon. uranology[obs3]. planetoid. hundredweight. long ton. V. massive. pound. lead. mountain. adj. Gravity. superincumbent[obs3]. ounce. pressure. Phoebus. heavy as lead. down. one-pan balance. lumpy. sublunary[obs3]. lb. spring balance. astral.. load. Adv. mass of. "earth is but the frozen echo of the silent voice of God" [Hageman]. geodesy &c. weighing. nanogram. [Science of heavenly bodies] astronomy. "green calm below. weigh. gravity. volatility. [Measure the weight of] weigh. tod[obs3]. terrestrial. press. terrestrious|. planet. adj. solar system. orrery. weighty. weights. weighbridge[obs3]. stone. heaviness &c. [Weighing Instrument] balance. cosmography[obs3]. Southern Cross. sideral[obs3]. buoyancy. Big Dipper. satellite. Levity. lumpish[obs3]. planetary ring. centigram. ponderous. via lactea[Lat]. [Science of gravity] statics. star gazing. heavenly. cosmic. scales. telluric. Orion's belt. meteor. thistle. poise. astronomer. solar. piezoelectric balance. load. here below. lump of. milligram. femtogram. blue quietness above" [Whittier]. shooting star. Apollo[obs3]. Charles's wain. burdensome. unwieldy. subastral[obs3]. scruple. mundane. millstone. ballast. Pleiades. cobweb. (measurement) 466. aerolite[obs3]. Great Bear. "nothing in nature is unbeautiful" [Tennyson]. troy weight. geotic[obs3]. terreous|. flue. Adj. arroba[obs3]. signs of the zodiac. levity. photosphere. "hanging in a golden chain this pendant World" [Paradise Lost]. incumbent. down. two-pan balance. ponderation[obs3]. silver-footed queen. uranolite[obs3]. quintal. under the sun. adj. Phr.N. trutination|.

suberous[obs3]. condensation. indissolvableness. stuffy. cake. hydrogen balloon. be light &c. imponderous[obs3]. caseous. unthawed[obs3]. substantial. ether.. -. condensed states of matter. #322. grumous|. concretion. mass. concrete &c. light as air. subtlety. congeal. airy. Solid Matter % #321. 149 . diffusion. INORGANIC MATTER 1. cohesion &c. evaporation. tenuity. lump. leaven. constipation. swim. indiscerptibility[obs3]. expand. adj. barm[obs3]. constipate. be dense &c. adj. rarefaction. solid. deposit. air. Adj. become solid. rarefy. concretion. fix. rise. block. vaporization. curd. astatic[obs3]. dwarf star. subtilize[obs3]. coagulation. thermal draft. solidified &c. compress. suberose[obs3]. lopper. impermeability. precipitation. V. ram down. v. lighter-than-air balloon. crystalline. gel. coagulate. cork. gnarled. convection. float. yeast. impenetrable. indivisibility.. be buoyed up. ether &c. unliquefied[obs3]. crystallizable. knot. imponderable. light. pukka[obs3]. V.. v. hydrometer. knotty. constipated. consolidation. clot. bone. petrification &c. density. rarity. solidation[obs3]. inspissation[obs3]. spissitude|. crassamentum|. coagulum. petrify &c. cohere. lumpish[obs3].N. float. adj. solidness &c. lighten. concrete. absence of solidity &c. imporous[obs3]. condense. casein. gassification[obs3]. sublimated.. compressibility. Density. Adj.. clot. solid body. legumin[obs3]. consistence. v. unmelted[obs3]. concrete. conglomerate. Section II. thick. infrangible[obs3]. incrassate[obs3]. gossamery. undissolved. specific gravity. stone. 46. dense. thickening &c. compact. neutron star. cake. cartilage. crystallization. serried. adj. V. curdle. sponginess. gristle. light as a feather. take a set. candy. rise like a balloon. incompressibility. insoluble. caseation[obs3]. superdense matter. hot air balloon. crystallize. deposit. solidate[obs3]. incompressible. close. thermal.N. floating &c. buoyant. squeeze. expansion. thicken. gelation. knotted. light as a thistle. subtility[obs3]. 321. (harden) 323. ferment. dilatation. ethereal.straw. buoy. render solid &c. subtile. nonporous. precipitate. cohesive &c. balloon. insolubility. areometer[obs3]. -. 46. solidification. subtilty[obs3]. uncompressed. lighter than air. bubble. massive. inflation. Rarity. (hard) 323. precipitate. indiscerptible[obs3].. subtilization[obs3]. impenetrability. thickset. infusible. curd. helium balloon. adj. indissolvable[obs3]. portable. coherent. consolidate. render light &c. (gas) 334. float like a balloon %. volatile. indissoluble. imporosity[obs3]. (hardening) 323.. solidify. weightless. solidity. inspissate[obs3]. impermeable. leaven.. set. indivisible. dilate.

sequacious[obs3]. steel. resilience. limber. ductility. plastic. quartz. wax. stubborn. edematous.foam. Adj. cavernous. concrete. stiff as buckram. soft as silk. stiff as starch. plasticize'. baleen. Young's modulus.. n. bone. rubber. lapidification[obs3]. flexible. vitrify. padding. inelasticity. V. cushion. sequacity[obs3]. yielding as wax. unbending. rock. pliable. rarefiable[obs3]. lissom. latex. oedematous[obs3]. tenuous. #325. render -soft &c. 96 --> #323. crag. soft as down. corneous[obs3]. temper. fossil. stony. Hardness.' flaccid. marble. adj. Adj. pebble. renitency. soft. stark. relent. supple. stone. adj. hardness &c. stiffen. lithesome. cartilaginous. nail. down. indurate. starched. malleability.p. limp. downy. granite. calculous. harden. pliability. mellow.. mash. indurated. neoprene. proof. render hard &c. adamantean[obs3]. flexibility.. lithe. temper. gritty. 150 . elasticity. rare.. v. bony. flabby. renitence[obs3]. lithic[obs3]. alumina. relax.. induration..Adj. pillow. slight. cartilage. gum elastic. stiff. medullary[Anat]. whalebone. durity [obs3]. V.. starch. pudding.N. adj. Softness. ossify. rigidity. callosity. 320. tense. flexibility. extensile. thin. brick. #324. ossific[obs3]. laxity. feather bed. caoutchouc. -. flint. bend.v. India(n) rubber. accrust[obs3]. compressible. soft as butter. crystallization. tractility[obs3]. dough. adj. flocculent. plasticity. vitreous. knead. firm. renitency. inelastic. softening &c. iron. pliableness &c. flimsy. v. mollify. cement. light &c. give. penetrable. tender. cast iron. Elasticity. adamantine. petrify. tractile[obs3].N. butter. hard as a rock &c. wadding.. spring. subtile. flaccidity. <-. flexile. lapidescence[obs3]. argillaceous. tractable. incompressed[obs3]. fine. vitrification. pliancy. spongy. board. inflexibility. adamant. aluminous[obs3]. decarbonized iron.N. unsubstantial. unyielding. concrete. yielding &c. relax. (hollow) 252. Buna-S. horny. natural rubber. tender as chicken. mellow. hardware. temper. block. wrought iron. hard. mollification. remollient[obs3]. petrifaction. synthetic rubber. heart of oak. ossification. adamant. flimsy. plastic. inflexible. -. extensibility. -. malleable. springiness. argil. foamy. extendibility. deal board. soften. indurate. pliant. spongy &c. clay. yield. buoyancy. granitic. softness. rigid. stiff as a poker. rarefied &c. stiff as as board. uncompact[obs3]. doughy. osseous. ductile. penetrability. unlimber. crystal. cushiony[obs3]. squash.

unbreakability. smooth as silk.V. Adj. short. splintery. -. filmy. be brittle &c. gristle. [Science of structures] organography[obs3]. buoyant. crumble. grasp. extendable. leather. cement. Adj. inelasticity &c. coriaceous[obs3]. [Structure. flex. extend. textile. split. construction. -. neurology. [Science of textures] histology. stuff. 328} tenacity. unbreakable. burlap. be tenacious &c. (soft) 324. strong. shivery. compages[obs3]. glue. web. constitution. substance. fine. inflexible &c. adeology[obs3]. fissibility[obs3]. crumble to. grip. give way. cleavage. 325. the stress is proportional to the strain. V. #328. V. frangible. 151 . stickiness. frail. satin. bounce. (cohesion) 46. {ant. brittle as glass. splanchnology[obs3]. cartilage. Phr. tissue. (cohesion) 46.. anatomic. fabric. surface texture. anatomy.] Texture. distend. want of elasticity. stick (cohesion) 46. angiography[obs3]. splitting &c.. organism. stubborn &c.]. (obstinacy). inelastic. Adj. lacerable[obs3]. absence of elasticity &c. (roughness) 256. #327. be elastic &c. fine grained. resist fracture. coarseness of grain. silk. delicate. surface. Adj. grain. ductile. stringy. architecture. tenacious. irresilient[obs3].. warp and weft. framework. snap. textural. tensile strength. {ant. texture. sequacity[obs3]. satiny. staple. shiver. tensile. strength. (recoil) 277. crisp. warp and woof. carcass. Inelasticity. tough.N. myology. fragile. (obstinate) 606. brittle.N. Adj. white leather. silky. stretch. (softness) 324. spring back &c. gimcrack|. -. break short. v. gritty. gristly cartilaginous. spring. tooth. -. nap &c. homespun. smooth. indivisible. Brittleness.N. resilient. subtile. live in a glass house. fineness of grain. house of glass. frangibility. adj. intertexture[obs3]. resisting. brash [U. elastic. Tenacity. fall to pieces. sequacious[obs3]. toughness. (semiliquidity) 352. rough. crack. structure (form) 240. coarse grained. crimp. fly. grip. coarse. fragility. leathery. burst. grasp. unyielding. house of cards. angiography[obs3]. dry goods. stretchable. adj. adj.. flexible. breakable. #329. sequaciousness[obs3]. fissile. gossamery. crumble into dust. friability. frame. organic.N. stubbornness &c. renitent. break. parenchyma[Biol].S. organization. 327} brittleness &c. adj. glutinousness[obs3]. atomic. structural. smooth as satin. #326. contexture[obs3]. adenography[obs3]. mold. anatomical. splinter. weak. stratification. whitleather[obs3].. tough as whitleather[obs3]. muslin. flatness (smoothness) 255. osteology. viscidity.

smoke. arrosion|. be disintegrated. massage. lather. grater. grate. v. sporous[obs3]. attrite[obs3]. rice. Adj. wear down. [Absence of friction. come to dust. in pieces. rub out. attrition. curry. oil. powdery. limature|.. gristmill. abrade. abrasion. affriction[obs3]. sabuline[obs3]. furfuraceous[obs3].. lather. mealy. confrication|. scrape. (reduce to powder) 330. slide. cranch[obs3]. contund[obs3]. friction. sandy. 97 --> #330. crunch. koniology[obs3]. flocculi[Lat]. sporule[obs3]. paddy. farinaceous. file. seed. #331. levigate[obs3]. sabulous[obs3]. trituration[Chem]. limature|. 355. crumbly. 195. beat. -.p. granulation. % 152 . multure[obs3]. scrape. teflon. rasp. grind &c. grit. -N. oil. arenarious[obs3]. nutmeg grater. lubricate. floury. rub. lentiginous[obs3]. adj. psammous[obs3]. cloud of smoke. tripsis[obs3]. [Instruments for pulverization] mill. cloud of dust. synovia[Anat]. pulverized &c. shingle. detrition. lubricated &c. rolling friction. rub. particle &c.] Lubrication. pulverize. -. arenose[obs3]. powder. attenuation. dust storm. scrub. grind. friability. V. anatriptic[obs3]. volume of smoke. craunch[obs3]. grinder. reduce to powder. lepidote[obs3]. lubrication. dust. meal. roughness &c. (smallness) 32. attrite[obs3]. crumble. fray. teeth. efflorescent. limitation. flour. scobs[obs3]. crush. talus slope. gnaw. abrasion. bray. lubricitate|. file.. grease &c. filing &c.v. pound. pulverizable. file. pulverulent[obs3]. 255. [Reduction to powder] pulverization. v. saliva. grease. sporaceous[obs3].. 256. v. comminution[obs3]. glycerine. V. rosin. rub down. Adj. scratch. grain. grindstone. sand storm. farina. magistery[obs3].<-. v. impalpable. disintegration. scour. disintegrate. mortar and pestle. quern[obs3]. puff of smoke. granular. elbow grease. bruise. triturate. frication[obs3]. Pulverulence. sliding friction. rosin. crumb. arrastra[obs3]. be reduced to powder &c.N. unctuousness &c. friable. wax. spore. scraping &c. sandiness &c. levigation[obs3]. graze. shivery. lubricating oil. Prevention of friction. arenaceous[obs3]. abrasion. subaction[obs3].N. sawdust. branny[obs3]. efflorescence. anointment. soap. lubrification[obs3]. dusty. powderiness[obs3][State of powder. rubbing. kern[obs3]. attenuate &c. flocculent. pulverulence[obs3]. rasp. filings. tailings. debris. bran. fine powder. grind to powder. cloud of sand. 356. Friction. #332.].. Adj. smoothness &c. rasp. detrition. scranch[obs3]. granulate. contusion. polish. comminute. oiling &c. lubricous. gritty. set one's teeth on edge. contuse. sand. V. starting friction. contrition|. detritus.

(flowing) 348. vaporize. solubility. emit vapor. vaporousness &c. volatile. solvent. steam. 334. sanies[obs3]. 335. adj[obs3]. 335. ethereal.p. -. airy. evaporation. cohobation. (water in motion) 348. solve. [Science of liquids at rest] hydrology. <-. V. pneumatostatics[obs3]. liquor. diffuse. apozem[obs3]. 153 . fluent &c. liquate|. gaseity &c. Adj. vaporous. liquidity. vapor. colliquefaction|. Liquefaction. flatulent. effluvium. flatulency. soluble. FLUID MATTER 1. V. 98 --> #335. humor. serum. fluid. elastic fluid. flow &c. adj. resolve. evaporate. hydrostatics. bay salt. gasmeter[obs3]. soluble. precipitate. gravy. render -gaseous &c. uncongealed. evaporable[obs3]. cupellation[Chem].. liquidness &c. sap. mister. melt. vaporization. liquefy..N. volatility. Gaseity. thaw. -. 353. be fluid &c. Vaporization. flux. melting &c. aerodynamics. deliquescent. liquid.N. fluidity.. vacuum. solution. volatilize. ichor[obs3]. gas. serosity[obs3]. condense. retort. fume. colliquation|. hydrodynamics. inelastic fluid. aerial. deliquesce. colliquative[obs3]. vaporize. juicy. render liquid &c. fume. deliquation|. menstruum. fluid. succulent. reek. flatulence. 334[obs3]. liquefied &c. partial vacuum. aeration. deliquescence. adj. [Science of elastic fluids] pneumatics. Adj. emit vapor &c.. lymph. steam. ammonia. ether. chloride of sodium|!. steaming. lixiviation[obs3]. air. swimming bladder. rheum. rain. liquefaction. V. volatility. #336. ammoniacal gas[obs3]. still. vaporizer. blood. volatile alkali. exhalation. cloud &c. air bladder. gaseous. transpire. sublimination[obs3]. serous. liquefiable. liquescent. (heat) 384. 336. -. reek. gasometer[obs3]. gasification. sound (of a fish). sublime. ichorous[obs3]. flatus. v. gasify. sappy. liquation|. evanesce. liquefy. infusion. vaporation[obs3]. melt &c. juice. condense &c.N. aeriform[obs3]. solubleness[obs3]. liquid. #334. effervescence. Fluids in General % #333. distillation. Adj. hold in solution. smoke. liquefied &c. gaseity[obs3]. aerification. lixivium[obs3]. evaporate.2. alkahest[obs3]. dissolve. run. aerostatics[obs3].' V. -N. fumigation. chyle[Med]. spray. bubble. dissolution. distill. (heat) 384. 333. liquescency[obs3]. Fluidity. volatilization. exhale. essence. liquescence[obs3].

wet. effervesce. drown. v. sky. evaporable[obs3]. steep. boil. moisten &c. -. bubbly. % 2.. maceration. aeroscopy[obs3]. wet &c. plunge. diluted &c. windy &c. open air.N. aquatic. V. 337.. diluent. v. aeronautics. immersion|. marsh &c.. 339. aneroid. splash. gargle. add water. souse.N. flood tide. adj. aqueous. agua[Sp]. exposure to the air. [Science of air] aerology. air. madefaction|. slop. pickle. atmospheric. Adj. moist. -. sponge. containing air. humectation[obs3]. #338. serein[obs3]. slobber. v. aeronaut.N. baroscope[obs3]. Water. douche. the waters are out. hygrometer. exposure to the weather. merge. rorid|. inject. volatilized &c. serum. welkin. wet. 349. pneumatics. adj. cloud &c. water. bathe. spargefaction|. drench &c. airy. weather glass. eudiometer[obs3]. humid. weather cock. blue sky. barometer. affusion[obs3]. atmospheric air. be moist &c. madid[obs3]. rheum. drench. sprinkle.. effervescent. irrigate. Specific Fluids % #337. perspire &c. air &c. macerate. drenching &c. affuse[obs3]. 353. sparge. deluge &c. (exude) 295. aqua. fan &c. (water in motion) 348. moistness &c. adj. moisture. watery. saturate. washing &c. irrigation.. volatile.. humect[obs3]. lotion. al fresco. ventilation. aerostation[obs3]. reeking &c. meteorology. (wind) 349. sultry. 345. atmosphere. infiltration. #339. dip. undried[obs3]. humectate[obs3]. immerge. boiling. Adv. weather gauge. inundate. common air. serosity[obs3]. climatology. juicy. imbue. bubble. aerometer[obs3]. vaporizable. dilute. dabble. aeriform[obs3]. flatulent. luggy[obs3]. soak. (moist) 339. rise and fall of the barometer. ventilate. aerosphere[obs3]. finestill[obs3]. -. pani[obs3]. moisten. effervescent. (gas) 334. soak. V. Adj. meteorological. sub jove dio[Lat]. Moisture. (water) 337. v. in the open air. roric[obs3]. douse. hygrometry. a la belle etoile[Fr]. climate. roral|. duck. submerge. aerometry[obs3]. be watery &c. lymph. aeroscope[obs3]. dewy. V. humectation[obs3]. dilution.fumigate. aeroscopy[obs3]. lave. syringe. humidity. weak. immerse. balneation[obs3]. dew. aerial. cohobate[obs3]. roscid[obs3]. Phr. wet. balneal[obs3]. reek.. hydrous. wash. baroscope[obs3]. bedew. weather. v. eudioscope[obs3]. dank. high water. weatherwise[obs3]. Adj. diluent. 154 . swash. deluge. Air. isobar. aerography[obs3]. lymphatic. bath. not have a dry thread. water. imbrue. Adj.. infiltrate. damp. damp. watery &c.

seaboard. loom of the land. chersonese[Fr]. wave. Neptune. seaside. aridity. swampy &c. dephlegmation|. swab. wet through to the skin. promontory &c. predial[obs3].N. gas drier. v.. lyophilizer. clothesline. terra firma. land. Siren. rainless. clod. neck of land. adj. #340. clot. Land. earthy. low water. great waters. 155 . kiln. cledge[obs3]. dabbled.. sponge. sloppy. bathybic[obs3]. exsiccation|. [CHEMSUB which renders dry] desiccative. bank. soak up. dry as a mummy. innings. mainland. dryness &c.soft. without rain. chalk. Adv. crag. (property) 780. dry as dust. [device to render dry] dessicator. beach. ocean. oceanic. dry up. derelict. trident. waves. dessicated. rock. anhydrous. glebe. drier. set foot on dry land. water tight. electric drier.N. mold. adust[obs3]. lea. dolphin. drainage. soil. hydrography.. dehydrated. sea.N. drought. landed. landsman[obs3]. be dry &c. Thetis. terrene &c. land. Naiad. seabank[obs3]. ironbound coast. hair drier. hydrographic. main. hang out to dry. shore. set foot on the soil. maritime. husky. Adj. Dryness. adj. dry as a bone. tongue of land. clothes drier. reeking. come ashore. clay. [transitive] render dry &c. salt water. dry land. arefaction|. dry as a biscuit. vacuum oven. fine.wringing wet. littoral. sodden. watery waste. acres. blow dry. drain. isthmus. &c. come to land. oven dry. alluvion[obs3].p. saturated &c. 99 --> #341. dry as a stick. dehydrate.. dry. wipe. seagoing. midland. drying oven. swashy[obs3]. soaking. be fine. sea nymph. ripicolous. ground. sapless. dessicator. deep. Nereid. -.. marine. delta. v. tide. arid. seacoast. cotidal[obs3]. scar. oasis. debark. on sea. (marshy) 345. earth. loam. (world) 318. #342. "vasty deep". desiccate. real estate &c. offing. peninsula. playa. adj. siccity[obs3]. pelagic. ebb tide. alluvial. continent. gravel. Poseidon. mummify. continental. undamped. (water in motion) 348. (projection) 250. high seas. exsiccate[obs3]. parch. afloat. hydrographer. coastal. coast. <-. Adj. billows. marl. -. arescent|. dry. kiln dry. river bank. territorial. subsoil. soggy. V. highland &c. Ocean -. Adj. pelagian. dripping. riparian. sear. at sea. soaking wet. Triton. ancon. alluvium . V. (height) 206. muddy. levee. vacuum dry. seabeach[obs3]. hold up. go ashore. water proof. juiceless[obs3]. irriguous[obs3]. brine. desiccation. riverbank. geophilous[obs3]. dried &c. strand.

indraught[obs3]. bay. chute. #344. white water. hog wallow [U. 348. ait[obs3].Adv. -. cienaga[obs3].N. lin[obs3]. sward. gut. swampy. ghyll[obs3]. narrows. (of water) 348. champaign country[obs3]. lin[obs3]. Adj.N. #348. steppe. campestrial[obs3]. campestral[obs3]. running water. spurt. moss. archipelago. Plain. slab. water fall. #343. armlet. Gulf. face of the country. islet. wild. rush. insular. open country. plateau &c. drenching rain. seagirt. Lake -.N. alkali flat. Adj. [Fluid in motion. 156 . roads. veldt. belt. lagoon.N. marish[obs3]. campagna[obs3]. debacle. jet. campestrine[obs3]. fish pond. prairie. arm of the sea. plash. 100 --> % 3. on shore. waste. squashy. pool. continental slope. champaign[obs3]. (of air) 349. lake. campestrian[obs3]. -. natural harbor. shower. sluice. sound. mesilla [obs3][U. rainfall. turf. ley. blow &c. -. haugh[obs3].N.N. baygall [obs3][U. force. Euripus. cataclysm. ostiary|. reservoir &c. downpour. marsh. paludal[obs3]. cove. jet d'eau[Fr]. bight. mud. lough[obs3]. reef. driving rain. plain. gulph[obs3]. alluvial. inundation.] Stream. grounds. maidan[obs3]. lea. Fluids in Motion % #347. <-. slough.p. bayou [U. park. desert. wash. ashore. dike. common. continental shelf. dead water. flow &c. sheet of water. (level) 213. plot. downs. archipelagic[obs3]. boggy. (store) 636. island. mere. quagmire. puddle. Niagara. trembling prairie. marshy. washout. pampas. standing water. creek. poachy[obs3]. Marsh. fenny. frith[obs3].] River. moorland.S. eyot[obs3]. table-land. wold[obs3]. [Water in motion. breaker. green. lay. vega[Sp]. grassplat[obs3]. moor. morass. mesa. sloppy. ditch. isle. holf[obs3]. quaggy[obs3]. lacustrine[obs3]. loch. well. plashy[obs3]. squash. 349. atoll. linn[obs3]. weary waste. firth. cataract. heath. agostadero[obs3]. land covered with water. gush. mead. bog. -. foss[obs3]. lawn. catadupe|. savanna. barachois[obs3]. kyles[obs3].]. basin. sump. stream &c. spout. swamp. greensward. inlet. vlei[obs3]. meadow. mill pond. gulf. soft. islander.S. estuary. sod. serein[obs3]. artesian well. Adj. scud. muddy. squirt. -. spray. fen. on land.].]. pasturage. marsh. Adj. cloudburst. pond. strait. slush. flowmeter. #346. deluge. llano. heather. lagune[obs3]. moorish. spirt[obs3].S. rain. rapids. #345. plat. alberca[obs3]. tarn. fiord. water spout. playa. cascade. broad. hyetology[obs3]. dam. hyetography[obs3]. bush. field. dyke. jhil[obs3].S. V. Island. moory. shaking prairie. mouth.]. splash.

flow. mussuk[obs3]. gust. fresh. short sea. spray. torrent. Swithin. foehn. jet stream. irrigation &c. pour. flux. brook. streamy[obs3]. watering cart. v. swash. whiff. (close) 261. beck. dirty sky. geyser. v. body of water. swash. rill. v. current. pluvial.rainy. meander. bhisti[obs3]. showery. plash. babble. race. rivulet. [Stop a flow] stanch. gullet. eagre[obs3]. typhoon. vendaval[obs3]. gurge[obs3]. sirocco. gale.]. meandering. watering pot.S. zephyr. high tide. lawn spray. set in. typhoon. stillatitious[obs3]. eluvium[obs3]. gush. spirtle[obs3]. cross sea. simoon[obs3]. freshet. fluvial. flatus. afflatus. creek. high seas. levanter. splash. trade wind. profluent[obs3]. profluence[obs3]. flow into. khamsin[obs3]. wave. pour with rain. breeze. up &c. tempest. samiel. tornado. runnel. gurgle. confluence. bubble. distill. draught. vortex. burn. stream. undercurrent. hydrant. -.S. drop. issue. pour out &c. rapids. V. keen blast. coulee. [Cause a flow] pour. pegology[obs3]. flow. stillicidous|. inundate. rollers. reign of St. efflation[obs3]. surf. deluge. thick squall. capful of wind. ground swell. falling weather. [Air in motion] Wind. hurricane. well. dam. stress of weather. flowing &c. drip. fluent. tributary. spill. chopping sea. stream. plash. river. ugly weather. reflux. rain in torrents. billow. reach. defluxion[obs3]. fall into. ooze. full tide. riffle [U. (egress) 295. cyclone.adj.. Maelstrom. swell. syringe. meandrous[obs3]. percolate. rough sea. course. shower down. squall. whirlwind. murmur. harmattan[obs3]. gill. trill. effluence &c. white squall. eddy. drift. ventosity|. hurricane. spit. corrivation|. rain pitchforks. irrigate. monsoon. bise[obs3]. branch [U. northeaster. 157 . dribble. indraught[obs3]. "that old man river. flow over. blow. blizzard. flush. simoom. guggle[obs3]. whitecaps. whirlpool. flow out &c. norther. fountain. diffluent[obs3]. spout.predominance of Aquarius[obs3]. "for men may come and men may go but I go on forever" [Tennyson]. wind. mistral. aura. anticyclone. barber [Can. streamlet. black squall. he just keeps rolling along" [Showboat]. ripple. fount. roll. (egress) 295. stillicidum[obs3]. 706. discharge itself. rillet[obs3]. puff.].. spurt. spout. drizzle. open into. blast. mizzle[obs3]. hygre[obs3]. overflow. tidal. [Science of fluids in motion] hydrodynamics. spring tide. Phr. chinook.. Adj. bore.]. hydraulicostatics[obs3]. meandry[obs3]. storm. breakers. tidal bore.. stream. sputter. flowing &c. <gr/anerythmon gelasma/gr>[obs3][Grk]. stiff breeze. wuther[obs3]. air. white horses. drench &c. sike[obs3]. beach comber. drizzle. tramontane. garden hose. pump. waterspout. splash. half a gale. fresh breeze. rain cats and dogs. stream. breath of air. drain into. rough weather. trickle. breath. flowmeter. purl. flood. brooklet. jet. #349. obstruct &c. candelia[obs3]. hydraulics. dirty weather. run. fluviatile. heavy sea. disembogue[obs3]. (water) 337. overflow. mizzle[obs3]. surge.N. tide. affluent. spring. rain hard. regurgitate. long sea. artesian well. bayou. regurgitation. dropping &c. (discharge) 297. windiness &c. undercurrent. mare's tail.. (wet) 337. rain gauge. current.

aerodynamics. anemometer. blow hard. stream. <-. breathe. tunnel &c. wheeze. lentor[obs3]. vascular &c. acequiamadre[obs3]. waste pipe. jalousie. air blower. culvert. flabellum[obs3]. blowing &c. "lull'd by soft zephyrs" [Pope]. perflate|. ventilation. blowpipe &c. v. conduit. "while mocking winds are piping loud" [Milton]. punkah[obs3]. screen. whiffle. bito[obs3]. lungs. main. hiccup. blow a hurricane &c. ingate[obs3]. vent. "the winds were wither'd in the stagnant air" [Byron]. bronchia[Med]. wuther[obs3]. gusty. adj. n. -. shaft. flue. ventilate. adjutage[obs3].N. V. sternutation. aboiteau[Fr]. Eolus. adit[obs3]. insufflation[obs3]. blustering. pore. cough. pipeline. #351. aorta. jhilmil[obs3]. inflation. moat. aboideau[obs3]. vertilabrum[obs3]. gummosity[obs3]. iron lung. valve. watercourse. [Channel for the passage of air. vena[obs3]. trachea. air tube.anemography[obs3]. cloaca. venthole. funnel. anemoscope[obs3]. breathinghole[obs3]. nostril. IMPERFECT FLUIDS #352. wind sock. tonsils. stormy. Adj. snuff. nozzle. boisterous &c. ajutage[obs3]. afflation[obs3]. Boreas. [Channel for the passage of water. 101 --> #350.] Airpipe. stickiness &c. viscidity. breezy. smokestack. sniff. flatulent. windy. Phr. funnel. -. ventiduct[obs3]. Adj.v. (violent) 173. runner. snuffle. cave of Eolus. spout. weather-vane. ventilator. puff. weathercock. acequiador[obs3].p. Venetian blinds. (tube) 260. dike. gasp. "the storm is up and all is on the hazard" [Julius Caesar]. Semiliquidity. channel. penstock. sneezing &c. trough. crassitude[obs3]. arroyo. hose. inflate. emunctory[obs3]. louvre. head race.. lock.N.N. flood gate. squally. water pipe. bronchus.: errhine[obs3]. (wind) 349. issue. Zephyr. waft. sternutatory[obs3]. gargoyle. tempestuous. weir. air pipe. adhesiveness &c.. tedge[obs3]. lock-weir. drain. flume. branchiae[obs3]. gills. semiliquidity. scupper. (passage) 627. "winged with red lightning and tempestuous rage" [Paradise Lost]. respire. whiffle ball. blowhole. hiccough. air pump. tail race. canal. bellows. airhole[obs3]. pipe &c. viscosity. aqueduct. gully. blow great guns. siphon. fan. fanning &c. whiff. 158 . catching of the breath. gully hole. chimney. sniffle. blow up. spiracle. piscina[obs3]. fan. rose. blowing. perflation[obs3]. (with holes) 260. water gate. gutter. ditch. mucosity[obs3]. pipe &c. 3. spissitude[obs3]. kennel. sough. v. blow. -.. vane. heart and lung machine.] Conduit. sneeze. ventilator. pantile. larynx.' artificial lung. sluice. sternutative[obs3]. pulmonary.. wind gauge. glutinosity[obs3]. sufflation[obs3]. (tube) 260. sewer. weasand[obs3]. duct. window screen. pulmonic[Med]. acequia[obs3]. blowpipe. race. waterworks. gurgoyle[obs3]. artery. windpipe. abito[obs3]. throat.

Adj. curd. up. sticky. poultice. bubbling &c. gummy. ichthycolla[obs3]. #356. "the lowring element scowls o'er the darkened landscip" [Paradise Lost]. pituitous[obs3]. foam. mantle. nebulous. 159 . soapy. glair[obs3]. gelatin. v. -. mist. lactean[obs3]. squash. glutinous. fermentation. curdled. baby food. lather. ferment. cumulostratus. v. mud. amylaceous[obs3]. emulsive. geyser. barm[obs3]. incrassation[obs3]. lardaceous[obs3]. V.] -. oily. mucous. boil. slush. sparkle. effervesce. cloud. [Cloud. glutenous. effervescence. waxy. lacteous[obs3].N. mare's tale. nebula. n. fish glue. jelly. nappy[obs3]. #353. ichthyocol[obs3]. vapor. adj. saponaceous[obs3]. Adj. unctuousness &c. Oil. fat. uliginous[obs3]. isinglass. frothy. fog. Adj. fizzle. phlegm. marsh &c. rob. adj. slime. (dimness) 422. gum. overcast. semiliquid. guggle[obs3]. #355. goo. clotted. cloudy &c. slippery. steam. n. V. grease. inspissation[obs3]. cloudliness &c. head. protein|!. adipose. sebaceous.N. -. cirrostratus. gelatin. thunderhead. wax. cirrus. sparkling. sinter. unctuous. spume. size. succulent. slabby[obs3]. (oil) 356. pap.N. curl cloud. viscous. suet. pultaceous[obs3]. foam. Pulpiness. froth. nephograph[obs3]. ointment &c. unctuosity[obs3].. thicken. tallow. froth. ooze. emulsion. lentous|. oil &c. 345. tremellose[obs3]. (opacity) 426[obs3]. gluten. lactescent[obs3]. muculent[obs3]. lard. 332. butter. semifluid. [Mixture of air and water. Phr. nebulosity &c. woolpack[obs3]. jam. grumous[obs3]. clammy. thick. oatmeal.. inspissate[obs3]. grume[obs3]. churn. mastic.. half frozen. muddy &c. V. gurgle. dirty sky. spray. mackerel sky.] Bubble. oleaginous. ropy. n. milk. pinguid. pituite[obs3]. baccate[obs3]. incrassate[obs3]. unguinous[obs3]. Adj. moisture &c. cream. soup. suds. stratus. viscid. surf. treacle. mucid[obs3]. fat.N. 339. mucus. beat up. gelatinous. rack. messenger. tacky. fatty. vaporous. frost smoke. lactiferous[obs3]. spindrift. taste. pulp. butyraceous. starch. bubbling &c. oil. thickening. half melted. cumulus. pulpy &c. slab.. effervescent. mash. [Science of clouds] nephelognosy[obs3]. mousseux[French: frothy]. squash. pudding. albumen. lacteal. (lubricate) 332.(cohesion) 46. cirrocumulus. carlock[obs3]. anointment. lubrication &c. mush. albuminous. lava. milky. cream. mucilage. pulpiness &c. #354. bubble. thunderheaded[obs3]. haze. greasy. nephology[obs3]. -. bubble. glue (tenacity) 327. Unctuousness.. lubricity.. gooey. yeast. dough. gluten. beeswax. nimbus. scud. mucilaginous.

dysmeromorph[obs3]. wax. No. morphology. organized world. lacquer. animated nature. sealing wax. geognosy[obs3]. VITALITY 1. geology. bioplasm[obs3]. 2 oil. metallography[obs3]. artificial resin. zoogloea[obs3]. spermary[obs3]. spermatozoon. [Science of living beings] biology. protein. stearin. nut oil. soft soap. erythroblast[Physiol]. living beings. polymorphism. #358. soap. "#2 oil". structure &c. archegenesis &c. Organization. ORGANIC MATTER 1. zoogloeoid[obs3]. varnish &c. distillate. Diaion. polymer. jet fuel. geoscopy[obs3]. Darwinism. % SECTION III. naphtha. oxidation. fossils. glycerin. Inorganization. bacteriology. tar. grain oil. adipocere[obs3]. copal[obs3]. linseed oil. oryctology|. -. oecology. rape oil. protoplasm. mineral oil. vacuolar. unguent. anabolism. karyaster[obs3]. inorganic matter. botany. magilp[obs3]. elaine[Chem]. Lamarkism. ovary. asphaltum. resiny[obs3]. karyoplasmic[obs3]. oleagine[obs3]. mineral rock. albumen. resinous. salad oil. (production) 161[obs3]. lithology. amole[obs3]. zoology &c. Barbados tar[obs3]. brute matter. neat's foot oil. pitchy. Amberlite[obs3]. Weismannism. neo-Darwinism. taxonomy. cation-exchange resin. animal oil. Adj. 160 . macrogamete[obs3]. varnish. phylogeny.N.mineral kingdom. inanimate matter. natural history. cytoplasm. invagination[Biol]. aceite[obs3]. cottonseed oil. 368. organized nature. bituminous. vertebration[obs3]. germinal matter. spermaceti. oryctography|. hydrate of amyl. camphor. organic. vacuole. metabolism. trophoplasm[obs3]. mastic. stearin. 329.p. 102 --> #356a. <-. Resin. mineral. ovum. resin. -. ontogeny. oogamy[obs3]. pitch. physiology. catabolism. metallurgy. protozoa. rosin. neoLamarkism. train oil. living nature. V. amber. unorganized matter. organized. gum. japan. olive oil. microgamete[obs3]. metaplasm[obs3]. anatomy. water softener. kerosene. organization. mycology &c. soybean oil. ion-exchange resin. cerement. microbiology. [Science of the mineral kingdom] mineralogy. 369. fusel oil. seneca oil. organic remains. zoogloeic[obs3]. bitumen.N. organic chemistry. colza oil[obs3]. biotaxy[obs3]. unsegmentic[obs3]. asphaltite. ointment. asphaltic. tarry. virology. petroleum. ecology. gamete. antherozoid[obs3].N. blubber. anion exchange resin. paraffin. isogamy[obs3]. Adj.dripping exunge|. residual oils. (overlay) 223. gametangium[obs3]. lac. ambergris. organism. heating oil. mineral world. naturalist. liniment. ghee[obs3]. zygote. -. asphalt. gasoline. Dowex[Chem]. chromosome. Vitality in general % #357. vegetable oil. mineral crystal.

extinction of life. inorganic. soul. vital force.. lifeblood. anaerobe. (destiny) 152. vegetable &c. Death. demise. quick. on this side of the grave. methanogen[Microbiol]. heredity. obligate anaerobe. -. respire. 163. keep body and soul together. subsist &c. turn to dust. vitality. biology. breathing rate. non est vivere sed valere vita [Lat][Marial]. cessation of life &c. 67. #359. live. draw the breath of life. loss of life. mineral.V. 662. [devices to sustain respiration] respirator. vital spark. 1. breathing. vivify. life. temperature. <-. microaerophile[Microbiol]. azoic. mineralize. 103 --> #360. staff of life &c. air. breath of life. fall. be born. give birth to &c. Life. rest. microbe. in the land of the living. inorganized[obs3]. come to life. wind. be alive &c. vitalize. ebb of life &c. viable. animal ecology. decease. death. heart and lung machine. revivification &c. (restore) 660. vital. Promethean. revive. [Science of life] physiology. (produce) 161. reanimate &c. breath of one's nostrils. animative[obs3]. morbidity. iron lung. see the light. viability. all alive and kicking. obligate aerobe. in life. 161 . walk the earth "strut and fret one's hour upon the stage" [Macbeth]. fetch the breath of life. artificial respirator. animation. vivified. evolution. fossilize. facultative anaerobe. robot. be spared. Prometheus. fetch breath. keep alive. full of life. vivendi causa[Lat]. release. healing (medicine) 662.N. bereavement. atqui vivere militare est [Lat][Seneca]. bring to life. 142. natural selection. 359. living. come into the world. genetics. &c. hive nine lives like a cat. Phr.N. alive. keep the wolf from the door. support life. archaebacteria[Microb]. heartbeat. quicken. obit. zoetic[obs3]. respiration. lively &c. v. tenacious of life. in the flesh. 367. put into life. Archeus[obs3]. robotics. yeasty. existence &c. quietus. Adj. reproduction (production) 161. life to come &c. adj. draw breath. Adj. halophile[Microbiol]. aerobe. animal &c. vital flame. vitalic[obs3]. dissolution. mortality. end of life &c. lithoidal[obs3]. medical devices &c. artificial intelligence. vivificate[obs3]. spirit.p. vivification. 366. vivifying. (food) 298. (exist) 1. pulse. -. preservation of life. V. vitalization. loss.. (active) 682. inanimate. above ground. artificial life. inheritance. [vital signs] breathing. Adv. departure. animated. breathe. nourishment. oxygen.

(killing) 361. V. shuffle off this mortal coil. no more. one's days are numbered. (lamentation) 839.]. depart this life. die a violent death &c. exanimate[obs3]. pass in one's chips [U. (necessity) 601. dulce et decorum est pro patria mori [Lat][Horace]. dying agonies. go the way of all flesh. hand of death. stillborn. dead as a doornail. drop into the grave. at death's door. "Hell's grim Tyrant" [Pope]. hand in one's checks. jaws of death. gone to meet one's maker. come to an untimely end. v. dead. death bed. at the point of death. kick the bucket. death blow &c. dead and gone. near one's end. taken off. the grave closes over one. go off the hooks. asphyxia. perish. Adj. break up of the system. fall down dead. turn to dust. mors ultima linea rerum est [Lat][Girace]. take one's last sleep. give up the ghost. departed. receive one's death warrant. join the majority. pushing up daisies. Phr. go out like the snuff of a candle. Stygian shore. euthanasia. catch one's death. dead as nits. lay down one's life. agonies of death. launched into eternity. pass in one's checks. gone to one's eternal reward.. go to one's long account. Adv. stroke of death. deceased. "Spake the grisly 162 .death warrant. die. "in adamantine chains shall death be bound" [Pope]. going off. join the greater number. demised. life fails. aux abois[Fr]. dead as a mutton. pass away. extinct. late. expire. death watch. at the last gasp. debt of nature. hippocratic. drop dead. sudden death. the breath is out of the body. cross the Stygian ferry. be all over with one. sic itur ad astra [Lat][Vergil]. Death knocks at the door. life hangs by a thread. ominia mors aequat [Lat][Claudianus]. suffocation.. natural death. mortuary. v.S.. one's race is run. be taken. one one's last legs. turn up one's toes.. adj. life ebbs. last agonies. one's hour is come. tottering on the brink of the grave. bills of mortality. in the agony of death. moribund. shades of death. post obit. lose one's life. cease to live. last gasp. go to one's last home. buy the farm. defunct. dying breath. go to the wall. Death. given over. in articulo. surrender one's life. go off. break one's neck. untimely end. deadly &c. relinquish one's life. drop off. out of the world. chant du cygne[Fr]. in the jaws of death. go to Davy Jones's locker. make one's will. with one foot in the grave. watery grave. death rattle. end one's life. end one's days. drop down dead. gone. one's doom is sealed. gathered to one's fathers. fatal disease &c. meet one's end. close one's eyes. lifeless. yield one's breath. violent death. (be killed) 361. inanimate. dead as a doorpost[obs3]. honesta mors turpi vita potior [Lat][Tacitus]. come to dust. hop the twig. King Death. de mortuis nil nisi bonum[Lat].. on one's death bed. booked. (disease) 655. resign one's life. death song &c. cross the bar. (killing) 361. pay the debt to nature. be no more &c. in extremis. fall dead. resign one's being. step out. morient|. last breath. pop off. end one's earthly career. sink into the grave. rigor mortis[Lat]. departed this life &c. dead as a herring. hand in one's chips. breathe one's last. released. resign one's breath. cease to breathe. natural decay. die a natural death. yield up the ghost. obituary. Death stares one in the face. necrology. doom &c. King of terrors. valley of death. numbered with the dead. dying &c. post mortem[Lat]. dying day. meet one's death.

kill. mortal. "the lone couch of this everlasting sleep" [Shelley]. feticide. do for. violent death. murderer. matricide.] Killing. holocaust. eviscerate. sport. blood thirsty. immolate. fishing. put to death. shambles. cut to pieces. strike the death knell of. put to the edge of the sword. sabreur[obs3]. guet-a-pens.. garroter. launch into eternity. infanticide. fatal. strangle. killing &c. fusillade. bayonet. shooting. hunt. give a quietus. felo de se[obs3]. 657. hunter. murder. brain. deprive of life. cut down.p. sign one's death warrant. V. (execute) 972. phthisozoics[obs3]. Thug. gallows. cut the throat. killing &c. suicidal. unhealthy &c. regicide. slay. violent death.S. knock on the head. judicial murder. blow one's brains out. man-eater. ensanguined[obs3]. pour out blood like water. <-. slayer. garrote. blood. wade knee deep in blood. nip in the bud. give no quarter. the chase. throttle. burke. Aceldama[obs3]. thuggish. execution &c. red handed. give a deathblow. deathblow. bowstring. pigsticking. behead. suffocate. sporting. strangulation. noyade[obs3]. run amuck.. (punishment) 975. kill oneself. carnage. iccusion|. slaughterhouse. huntsman. gore. homicidal. abattoir. take away life. fratricide. imbrue one's hands in blood. put to the sword. battue[obs3]. hunting.]. despatch. bravo. bloody minded. send to one's last account. put an end to. gas &c. trucidation|. fisherman. deal a deathblow. lethiferous[obs3]. slaughter. choke. butcher. dead. stab. asphyxiate. lapidation[obs3]. blow out one's brains. electrocute. uxoricide[obs3]. murderous. suffocation. assassin. deadly.]. commit suicide. parricide. matador. meat packing plant. smother. stop the breath. quietus. nothing is certain but death and taxes. slaughterous. assassination. sanguinolent[obs3]. settle. casualty. stone. lapidate[obs3]. Cain. butchery. mortiferous|. put an end to it all. jugulate[obs3]. coup de grace. v. garrote. hatchet man [U.Terror" [Paradise Lost]. blood stained. n. Adj. 104 --> #361. finishing stroke. sanguinary. lethal. dash out one's brains. shed blood. decimate. hara-kiri. victimize. martyrdom.. shoot &c. Thuggism[obs3]. welter in one's blood. v. venery. Nimrod. suicide. drown. coursing. gory. [Destruction of live. bloody. immolation. thuggery. Moloch. sportsman. make away with oneself. give a coupe de grace. murder. massacre. apache[obs3]. highbinder [obs3][U. suttee. internecine.N. executioner &c. stifle. -. effusion of blood. manslaughter. make away with. saber.S. massacre. assassinate. auto da fe. slaughter. vaticide[obs3]. butcher. run through the body. 163 . Juggernath[obs3]. cutthroat. hanging &c. hang. deadly weapon &c. homicide. blood shed. put an end to oneself. shoot dead. terrorist. v. foeticide[obs3]. dispatch. die a violent death. [Destruction of animals] slaughtering. fatal accident. (arms) 727. (capital punishment) 972. cut off.

pall. obelisk. pit.N. lay in the grave. shrine. disinterment. graveclothes[obs3]. carrion. hearse. put to bed with a shovel. dead house. vault. ashes. coffin. mummy. food for fishes. house of death. funeral rite. potter's field. relics. hic jacet[Lat][obs3]. animality[obs3]. grave stone. mastaba[obs3]. lay out. mortuary. post mortem[Lat]. -. Special Vitality % #364.sporting. in at the death. animal life. barrow. inhumation|. consign to the grave. zoothapsis[obs3]. winding sheet. lay in the tomb. fossils. bone house. cerement. animation. Golgotha. cromlech. gravedigger. grave. Adv. burial ground. memento mori[Lat]. V. Interment. requiescat in pace[Lat]. "in the dark union of insensate dust" [Byron]. "the deep cold shadow of the tomb" [Moore]. bones. necropolis. tope. disinter. sepulchral. "assassination has never changed the history of the world" [Disraeli]. cemetery. funeral. grave yard. <-. entomb. ghost.N. corpse. head stone. narrow house. piscatory[obs3]. -. clay. tolling. morgue. crypt. burial. in tomb. #362. ci-git[Fr]. -. funebrial[obs3]. funereal. elegy. remains. sapromyiophyllous[obs3]. kneel. corpse-like. crematory. organic remains. sexton. lich gate[obs3]. defunct. shade. Adv. corporeal nature. obsequies. stone. pyramid. 105 --> % 2. crematorium. catafalque. cadaverous. mummify.p. unearth. dirge &c. cinerary urn[obs3]. burning ghat[obs3]. mortuary. burial place. mute. bier. RIP. bury. manes. funeral solemnity. in memoriam. tenement of clay this mortal coil. catacomb. sarcophagus. urn. cenotaph. skeleton. corse[obs3]. inhume. shroud. inurn[obs3]. sepulcher. necropsy. (lamentation) 839. 164 . Phr. cadaver. post obit. dust. "without a graveunknell'd. unburied &c. sepulture[obs3]. funeral oration. Phr. perform a funeral. autopsy. undertaker. hatchment[obs3]. v. burial. Tower of Silence. human system. exhume. burried &c. beneath the sod. epitaph. and unknown" [Byron]. orbit. necroscopic[obs3]. church yard. Adj. 363. cinerary[obs3]. cairn. shell. breath. earth. Animality.N. Corpse. tumulus. pyre. food for worms. funeral pile. mortal remains. dry bones. animalness. "the lone couch of his everlasting sleep" [Shelley]. post mortem examination[Lat]. cerecloth. uncoffin'd. wake. carcass. piscatorial. mausoleum. dead march. interment. reliquiae[Lat]. stupa[obs3]. funeral sermon. ossuary. tomb stone. exhumation. cypress. passing bell. funeral. animalization[obs3]. dokhma[obs3]. muffled drum. Adj. charnel house. #363. tomb. inter. embalm. exequies[obs3]. God's acre. monument. toll the knell. funeral. cremation.. elegiac.

toy dog. sporting dog. sheep dog. mongrel. [fishes] trout. perennial. piscatorial. blood hound. fleshly. fishy. cur. beagle.N. saurian. verdure. Newfoundland. pup. shorthorn. Vegetability|. rasorial[obs3]. creature. tup. viper. siskin. zoophyte. otter hound. kine[obs3]. feline. quadruped. lamb. canary. hound. creeper. #365. caribou. moose. chicken. crustacean. stag hound. bison. rooster. beast. zebu. mackerel. fauna. animal. animal kingdom. [wild mammals] fox. terrier. shrub. Adj. retriever. fancy dog. fowls of the air. vegetive[obs3]. collie. cock. mollusk. Adj. [dogs] dog. 193. spider. fish. [arthropods] tardigrade. bird. lap dog. aspick[obs3]. water spaniel. aberdevine[obs3]. blackcock[obs3]. biennial. vixen. creeping thing. serpent. feathered songster. vegetality[obs3]. deer. #366. stot[obs3]. -. snake. zoological equine. game. [cats][generally] feline. lambkin[obs3]. bee. bird. ox. amphibian. vegetal. toad. tom cat. varmint[Western US]. critter [US dialect]. brute. whelp. cat. teg[obs3]. barn door fowl. poultry. hen. black grouse. black game. soliped[obs3]. cattle. molluscous[obs3]. lush. house dog. heifer. wight. sardine. buffalo. singing bird. vegetable. ram. sheep. gib cat. plover. yak. tree. bullock. -. ferae naturae[Lat]. grouse. dumb creature. cygnet. cow. dinosaur [extinct]. corporeal. gallinaceous.human. rank. doe. sow. buck. hart. honeybee. Reynard. swan. 165 . fowl. spaniel. 159. Skye terrier. grimalkin[obs3]. rail. cushat[obs3]. deer hound. ringdove[obs3]. shepherd's dog. ewe. annual. roe. vermicular. flocks and herds. denizens of the sea. domestic animals. water dog. snipe. animal. mosquito. bull. microbe. vegetate. boar. beasts of the field. dumb animal. dog. tag. wild animals. vaccine. finch. worm. pussy. bull dog. grey hound. mastiff. partlet[obs3]. musk ox. [microscopic animals] microbe. badger dog. dicky bird. shellfish. [classificatiopn by number of feet] biped. muskelunge. stag. puppy.N. strength &c. flora. animalcule &c. Adj. [amphibians] frog. grass. vegetation. bush. pointer. eft. canine. coyote. vegetability|. steer. herbage. V. sambar[obs3]. [reptiles] alligator. warbler. feathered tribes. vegetable kingdom.flesh. Dandie Dinmont. dunghill cock. pig. put down roots. reptile. pest. bovine. insect. vegetable life. [insects] ant. pug. Vegetable. watch dog. fox hound. grow roots. sailfish. (beast of burden) 271. flesh and blood. poodle. turnspit. piscatory[obs3]. [undesirable animals] vermin. hog. duck. asp. puss. fox terrier. arthropod. crocodile. chanticleer. triennial. plant. elk. wood pigeon. exotic. living thing. [domesticated mammals] horse &c. harrier. solidungulate[obs3]. milch cow. [major divisions of animals] mammal. herb. swine. live stock. brute creation. calf. tuna. vegetable. #367. setter.N. created being. -. bass. physique. Animal.

morphology. farriery[obs3]. prairie. heather. romona. mold. vegetive[obs3]. woody. malacology[obs3]. underwood. n. brushwood. -. hive. alfilaria[obs3].]. herpetology. zoology. tope. fish pond. oryctology[obs3].] Botany. bocage[obs3].. herborize[obs3]. arboretum &c. thicket. zoological garden. bough. dendrology. clump of trees. pasturage. botanic[obs3]. anatomy. yew. paleontology. 51. -. pisciculture. petiole. lignous[obs3]. holt. brake. verdurous. botanic garden &c. moss. animal physiology. stem. ophiology[obs3]. fruit tree. domestication. blossom. banyan. ichthyotomy[obs3]. ceja[Sp]. zoological &c. mammalogy. wood. Adj. leaf. exogenous. gorse. pin grass. -. fern. 371. entomology. botanic[obs3]. v. ichthy &c. zoologist &c. mastology[obs3]. coppice. bush. 106 --> #368. grassy. timberland. furze. vivarium. sacrifice. zoonomy[obs3].. breeding.. Adj. sedge. helminthology[Med]. botanize. vegetable physiology. whin. heath. zootomy[obs3]. menagerie. Adj. veterinary art. turfy. arboreous[obs3]. (garden) 371[obs3].S. beehive.. jungle. herbal. arborary[obs3]. anthropology. floret[obs3]. growth. legume. ichthyology. herbist[obs3]. sylvan. blow. vosky[obs3]. vermeology[obs3]. apiary. V. rush. forest. weald[obs3]. arborescent[obs3]. mycology. spinney. husbandry. ornithology. bine[obs3]. bracken. conferva[obs3]. physiological botany. cespitose[obs3]. frith[obs3]. herbaceous. foliage. motte [obs3][U. zoohygiantics[obs3]. grove. park. timothy. structural botany. herbalist. "this is the forest primeval" [Longfellow]. chase. mossy. flowering plant. copse. alveary[obs3].N. woodlands.] Husbandry. zoography[obs3]. manege[Fr]. bear pit. [The science of plants. systematic botany. phytography[obs3]. #369. circuration[obs3]. euthanasia. blowth[obs3]. turf-like. phthisozoics &c. herborization[obs3]. botany. leguminous. yam.timber. hortus siccus[Lat].N. comparative anatomy. herbarian[obs3]. floral. [The science of animals. taxidermy.p. spinet. domesticity. duck pond. ramage[obs3]. mushroom. comparative physiology. phytotomy[obs3]. vegitous|. hurst[obs3]. turbary[obs3]. aquarium.] Zoology. "green-robed senators of mighty woods" [Keats]. pasture. pulse. flower. timber tree. (killing) 361[obs3][Destruction of animals]. herbal. vegetal. fishery. tigella[obs3]. botanist &c. #370. weed. branch. n. lichen. bosk[obs3]. herbarist[obs3]. spray &c. wooden. fungology[obs3]. alfalfa. zinnia. flora. silvan[obs3]. 166 . endogenous. <-. fungus. taming &c. toadstool. algology[obs3]. herbarium.N. verdant. turf. [The economy or management of animals. grass. chaparal. vegetable. greenwood. arborical|. phytology[obs3]. scrub. herborist[obs3]. botanical &c. aviary. humane destruction. boscage. Phr. ligneous.

fellow. 107 --> #373 Man. (pleasure ground) 840. agricultor[obs3]. tame. sheepfold. veterinarian. vineyard. horse leech. tribe. individual. manure. ethnology. flesh. personal. -. green house. backset [obs3][U. nursery. blade. anthropography[obs3]. clan (paternity) 166. soul. million &c. agrarian. harrow. some one. <-. somebody. family (consanguinity) 11. hop garden. #372. hot house. &c. grassplat[obs3]. (restrain) 751. viticulture. gaffer. bucolic. georgics. humanitarian. shrubbery. 167 . dig. agronomy. farm &c. republic. gardening. arboretum. break in. drover. human race. party. vigneron[obs3]. rake. cultivator. human species. dress the ground. kitchen garden. bed. garden. cage &c.] Agriculture. vintage.S. (inclosure) 232. [The economy or management of plants. grassplot[obs3]. cosmopolitan. apiarist. such a one. avenue.]. yeoman. Triptolemus. arable. elf. persons. mankind. ethnography. community at large. range. bird cage. border. ornamental garden. orchard. living soul. reap. veterinary surgeon. predial[obs3]. Adj. plow. farming. backwoodsman. farmer. meadow. Mr. viticulturist. human nature. public. floriculture. folk. sow. mow.S. cowherd.S. grazier. community. sahib. country. horse doctor. V. acclimatize. granger. anthropogeny[obs3].. gentleman. weed. gardener.neatherd[obs3]. dibble. farm. [Science of man] anthropology. parterre. market garden. tillage. &c. habitat. anthroposophy[obs3]. cowkeeper[obs3]. agricultural. arboriculture[obs3]. seed plot. individual. anthropoid. botanic garden[obs3]. human being. cauf[obs3]. chap. plough.]. horticulturist. body. public. hand. commonweal. one. state. personage. breed. cowboy. mortal. domestic. general public. ourselves. male. realm. winter garden. train. man. shepherd. geoponics[obs3]. tame. -. rustic.N. plantation. vet. cultivation. conservatory. hencoop[obs3]. vaquero. spade husbandry. national. cut. earthling. manhood &c.N. flower garden. man. vinery. Phr. (inhabitant) 188. Adj. he. apiarian[obs3]. field. husbandry. mister.N. (prison) 752. domesticate. farrier. master. horticultural. husbandman. tend. agrestic[obs3].p. beau. person. trainer. world. good man. (commonalty) 876. people. commonwealth. mortal. Adj. lawn. garden. park &c. body politic. lop and top. sir. (abode) 189. creature. hoe. cosmopolite. pinetum[obs3]. society. generation. head. -. orangery[obs3]. (married man) 903. V. delve. nation. "am I not a man and a brother?" [Wedgwood]. cage. cow puncher [U. nationality. florist. till the soil. breeder. human. human kind. cultivate. plant. bull whacker [U.]. swain. agriculture. social. rural. him. fellow creature. pastoral. Mankind. #371. population &c. wight|!. tiller of the soil. yeoman. agriculturist. bridle. husband &c. pinery[obs3]. civic. dramatis personae[Lat]. quidam[Lat]. horticulture. lords of the creation. mortality. woodcutter. humanity. (adolescence) 131. landscape gardening.

Nanny goat. das Ewig-Weibliche zieht uns hinan [Ger][Goethe]. homo vitae commodatus non donatus est [Lat][Syrus]. estrus. Woman. madame. masculine. maleness &c. hunk. V. her.S. donna belle[Sp]. womankind. oestrogen. heat. frow[obs3]. grisette[obs3]. buck. androgen. 166[female relatives]. she goat. tabita. 168 . hart. him. sex goddess. female. queen[slang]. fair sex. matronage. madam. "she moves a goddess and she looks a queen" [Pope]. feminine. suffragist. (youth) 129. hard-on. her. wench. betty. cot betty [U. [Male animal] cock. gammer[obs3]. cotquean[obs3]. weaker vessel. lady. Pron. Sexuality [human] -. climax. gay. Adj. gynaecic[obs3]. gynecic[obs3]. horns [coll]. ram. (marriage) 903. petticoat. marital relations. lesbian. the fair. matronly. dog. tup. matron. he goat. muff. ejaculation. sexiness. girl &c. sensuality. good woman. cow. doe. estrogen. feminist. his.' Phr. 374. wifely. ewe. nymph. steer. hers. carnal knowledge. gelding. #374a. [Effeminacy] sissy. sexuality. onanism. ladylike. (youth) 129. Phr. adultery. masturbation. a woman perfected" [Lowell]. entire horse. bachelor girl. old woman. tigress. sexual intercourse. womanly. "a perfect woman nobly planned" [Wordsworth]. 373. rani. hominem pagina nostra sapit [Lat][Mar. bull. homo homini aut deus aut lupus [Lat][Erasmus]. unfeminine. varium et mutabile semper femina [Lat][Vergil]. squaw. roe. Eliot]. attractiveness. Pron. erection.N. (adolescence) 131. mollycoddle. gibcat[obs3]. goody. sex drive. sexual union. #374. copulation. homosexual. coitus. she-. bullock. unmanly. matronhood[obs3]. female. henhussy[obs3]. autoeroticism. ox. concupiscence. male. femininity &c. gender. maidenly. vixen.boy &c. mistress. boner. arousal. womanish.hots. the sex. lust. muliebrity[obs3]. female. consanguinity &c. "woman is the lesser man" [Tennyson]. stag. orgasm. dowager. paternity &c. sow.N. unwomanly. -. gander. male. he. Vrouw[Dutch]. stot[obs3]. she. capon. [person who is sexy] sex symbol. bitch. sleeping together. stud. stallion. feminize. lioness. womanhood &c. new woman. drake. [Female animal] hen. "a lovely lady garmented in white" [Shelley]. V. Billy goat. softer sex. self-gratification. sex. feminality[obs3]. she. oestrus. manly. effeminate. "earth's noblest thing. Mrs. gynecaeum[obs3].]. libido. virile.. tomcat. Frau[Ger]. 11. es de vidrio la mujer[Sp]. masculinity. self-abuse. dyke[slang]. sex. good wife. "the beauty of a lovely woman is like music" [G.]. he-. [sexual intercourse outside of marriage] fornication. wife &c. dame. mare. woman. horse. suffragette. sex instinct. masculinize Adj. tumescence. rut. voluptuousness. lovemaking. boar. mating.

V. mate. benumb. be insensible &c. n. impressive. sado-masochism. physical pleasure. fetish. Adv. cause sensation. opium. in the mood. anaesthetic. adj. pin-up.N. Physical Pleasure. obtuse. senseless. play the field. #376. sensation. thin-skinned. stun. case hardened. sadism. render sensible &c. stupefy. have a thick skin. % 2. masochism. sentient. libidinous. aesthetic. sleep &c. 822.]. motor paralysis. be sensible of &c. proof. impressibility. hardened. excite an impression. anaesthetize[obs3]. impercipient[obs3]. Playboy[magazines with sexual photos]. -. beefcake. consciousness &c. climax. cheesecake. physical insensibility. rutting. get it up. get hot. dead. up. insensible. hot. jack off[coll. refrigeration. homosexual. callous.. play with oneself. feel. conscious &c. have intercourse. lively. tutor. deviation. keen. physical sensibility. produce an impression. paraesthesia[Med].. have an erection. have sex. pederasty. hard. adj. jerk off[coll. [unorthodox sexual activity] perversion. pornography. cultivate. Adj. come. adj. vivid. sensible. lesbianism. 823. Esquire. feeling. comatose. (knowledge) 490. protoxide of nitrogen[ISA:chemsubcfs].. . thick-skinned. homosexuality. moral sensibility &c. Adj. pleasure. impression. Hustler. anaesthesia. chloral. have a rhinoceros hide. paralysis. sensual 169 . passionate. <-. exhilarating gas. randy. SENSATION 1. ether. copulate. -. pachydermatous. perceptivity. sensitiveness &c. sensitive. external senses. horny. sexual abnormality. Physical Sensibility. sharpen. sleep around. anaesthetic agent. hot-blooded. adj. incest. erotic. fornicate. lesbian. render insensible &c. chloroform. sensibility. unfeeling. (aware) 490. lusty. perceive. do it. sleep together. hemiplegia[obs3]. fuck[vulg. sexy. buggery. Phr. obtuseness &c. laughing gas. sexual. acute. nitrous oxide.N. 108 --> #377. blunt. -. pall. stand. V. softcore pornography.. put under the influence of chloroform &c. masturbate. hardcore pornography. fetishism. become aroused. paralytic. palsied. carnal.p. numb. porn. sensual. obtund[obs3]. bisexuality. adj.. Physical Insensibility. bisexual. to the quick. aesthetics. "the touch'd needle trembles to the pole" [Pope]. coma. sensuous.. have the hots[coll]. adj. sharp. V. vegetable state. Sensation in general % #375. Adj. insensibility.N. gay. paralyze. sodomy. make love. porno.]. palsy.. impress.]. perceptive. ejaculate.

torture. Phr. pleasant. voluptales commendat rarior usus [Lat][Juvenal]. lap of luxury. martyrdom. feel pleasure. raw. in pain &c. voluptuous. gnaw. cut. smart. ache. torment. agonize. hurt.. touch. adj. tormina[obs3]. in comfort. tweak. suffer pain. (mental enjoyment) 827. rack. cup of Circe &c. anguish. lancinate[obs3]. 828. toothache. pierce. torticollis[obs3]. v. discomfort. crucifixion. luxuriousness &c. snug. live in comfort &c. angina pectoris[Lat]. clover. aching &c. dainty &c.. n. bask in.. suffer. pinch. twitch. painful. comfortable. enjoy. hurt. body pain. shoot. titillation. cramp.pleasure. at one's ease. rheumatism. sore. sciatica. v. soreness. writhe. throbbing pain. sensual.N. luxury. bodily enjoyment. enjoying &c. tact. lumbago. experience pain. cruciation[obs3]. n. riot in.. pang. put to the rack. tingle. excruciate|. shooting pain. torture. undergo pain &c. flog &c. taction[obs3]. smart. headache. bleed. gall. make a wry face. gouty. % 2. sufferance. feel pain. gusto. shoot. (punish) 972. pain. suffering. twitch. relish. tic douloureux[Fr]. (support) 215. 170 . pillow &c. crucify. wince. physical pain.. crick. experience pleasure. (intemperance) 954. sit on thorns. on a bed of roses &c. vivisection. cosy. torment. revel in. grate on the ear &c. velvet. toad under a harrow. ischiagra[obs3]. gloat over. bed of downs. gnawing pain. V. podagric[obs3]. convulse. throb &c. gout. animal gratification.. -. delice[Fr]. sensuality. comfort. gripe. stitch. break on the wheel. give pleasure &c. ache. in a state of pain. ease. creature comforts. torminous[obs3].. v. adv. float on. wallow in. live on the fat of the land. bodily pain. cruciate[obs3]. podagra[obs3]. dissipation. ephialtes[obs3]. sit on pins and needles. excruciating pain. inflict pain. feast. 829. luxuriate in. Special Sensation (1) Touch % #379. dolour. drink up. hedonism. sensuous pleasure. 829. pained &c. V. rack. physical suffering.. otalgia[obs3]. gripe. grate. source of pleasure &c. neuralgia. Adj. at ease. #378. fret. receive pleasure. happiness &c. angina. piercing pain. sting. purple and fine linen. cephalalgia[Med]. earache. give pain. sore. smack the lips. twinge. bask in the sunshine. Adv. ride si sapis [Lat][Martial]. n. round of pleasure. n. kink. spasm.. bed of roses. chafe.. prick. odontalgia[obs3]. luxurious. feast on.. treat. heartburn. sharp pain. eat up. stomach ache. agreeable &c.N. shooting. nightmare. wring. suffrance[obs3]. -. bite. Adj. bodily suffering. twinge. swim in. faire ses choux gras[Fr]. lacerate. aching &c. 829. burning pain. v. colic. malaise. throe. thrill. [Sensation of pressure] Touch. regale. sting. (harsh sound) 410. pain. Physical Pain. convulsion. 394. mental suffering &c. (agitation) 315. refreshment. agony. in comfort &c. bonne bouche[Fr].

thumb. fervor. insolation. unfrozen. Afric heat[obs3]. lukewarm. therm. flash. calidity[obs3]. Adj. antenna. V. stew. Heat. benumbed &c. give. prickle. thaw. burn. heat. pant. kilogram calorie. adj. V. smoke. seethe. pruritis &c.N. fumble. flush. estival|!. swelter. itching. sun &c. caloric. degrees centigrade. broiling sun. (physical insensibility) 376.T. summer heat. thermotics[obs3]. creep. #381. thermic. finger. baking 171 . paw. thrill. handle.. aglow. anaesthesia. grabble. stifling. tingle. pyrotechnics. -. canicular days[obs3]. massage. prick. simmer. Bengal heat[obs3]. tropical heat. baking &c. smolder. tickle. wildfire. twiddle. warming &c. calorific. benumb &c. warm. -. boil. lambent flame. Adj. itch. fire.. blood heat. tropical. -. large calorie.. tangible. itching &c. sting. thermometer &c. palpable. recalescence[Phys]. throw out a feeler. 109 ---> #380. ardent. sunny. tactile. impalpable. heat &c. incalescence[obs3]. thermal. run the fingers over. pins and needles. v. white heat. B. (luminary) 423. feeler. pass the fingers over. thermodynamics. aura. 376. [units of temperature] degrees Kelvin. genial. feeling. steamy. numb. numbness &c. torrid. [Organ of touch] hand. manipulation. canicular[obs3]. recalesce[obs3].] Numbness. thermology[obs3]. reeking &c. wield. pyrotechny[obs3]. fervid. sultry. stereognosis[obs3]. stuffy.. be hot &c. finger. forefinger. simoom. kilocalorie. blaze. glow. kelvins. manipulate. degrees Celsius. gram-calorie. fervent. flush. firework. blister. [insensibility to touch. <-. v.. deadened. paw. phlogiston. [Science of heat] pyrology[obs3]. 384. tepid. close. hectic. [thermal units] calorie. hot. V. fever.U. suffocating.N. intangible. temperature. stereognostic[obs3].. oppressive. touch. palpation. Sensations of Touch.tactility.p. dog days. sweat. V. warmth. glow. tactual. bask.N. small calorie. thumb. sheet of fire. (make hot) 384. sirocco. Adj. quad. broil. flame. devouring element. mild. degrees Fahrenheit. contrectation[obs3]. scintillation. 389. blaze. formication[obs3]. titillate. bonfire. parch. reek. Adj. v. spark. grope. lambent. tweedle. palpability. feel. adiathermancy[obs3]. titillation. 384 heat. British Thermal Unit. fume. summer. titillative. incandescence. % (2) Heat % #382. v[Med]. palpus[obs3]. flame.

isocheimic[obs3]. rigor. hot enough to roast an ox. hibernal[obs3]. igneous. live. unthawed[obs3].. cold. V. nipping. volcanic. like a furnace. in a sweat. isothermal|!. snow drift.. heating &c. sudorific[obs3]. floe berg. v. blood hot. transi de froid[Fr]. freeze to death. 384. isocheimal[obs3]. chill. hot enough to boil an egg. isothermic|!. inclement. glowing. increase of temperature. icicle. in a blaze. icebound. v. barf. Nova Zembla. Calefaction. freeze &c. unwarmed[obs3]. pruina[obs3]. [Sensation of cold] chilliness &c. freeze. coldly. frostbite. heavy fall. tepid. Siberia. coldness &c.N. serac[obs3]. cutting. hoar frost. hot as pepper.. -. hyperboreal[obs3]. blood warm. sweltering.]. isotheral|!. snow crystal. cool. lolly [obs3][N. starve.N. adj. v. tremble. pruinose[obs3]. ablaze. numb.. hot as fire. frost-bitten. hard winter. isocheimenal[obs3]. cold as charity. (render cold) 385. cold as lead. frozen. [transitive] chill. glacier. [forms of frozen water] ice. melting. bitterly &c. brumal[obs3]. adj[intrans. rime. shake. frigid. chattering of teeth. make the skin crawl. smoldering. wind-chill factor. S. frozen out. in a heat. aguish. [cold substances] freezing mixture. on fire. goose skin.. incandescent. quake. shivering &c. unquenched.]. perish with cold. cold as a stone. tepefaction[obs3]. depth of winter. hyperborean. gelid.." whirlwinds of tempestuous fire " [Paradise Lost]. horripilate[obs3]. piping hot. Adv. bitter. numbness. snow. fresco. blazing. calefaction[obs3]. piercing. chill. fresh. 110 --> #384. Siberian. not a breath of air. give one goose flesh. snowflake. winter. horripilation[obs3]. frosty.&c. cool as custard. arctic. bleak. candent[obs3]. #383. red hot. smoking hot. frost-bound.. ebullient. fiery. shudder. cold as iron. cold as marble. chilly. in a glow. sweltered. algid[obs3]. burning. (made cold) 385. dry ice. cold as a frog. dazzling &c.. be cold &c. Am. thick-ribbed ice. v..p. icy. torrefaction[obs3]. didder[obs3]. hard frost. hot. cool as a cucumber. in a perspiration. in a fever. liquid helium. clay-cold. hyemal[obs3]. raw. nev e. keen. v. lukewarm. quiver. shiver. shivering &c. frigidity. iceberg. niveous[obs3]. frost. Phr. glacial. hail. freezing. smoking. boreal. sharp frost. afire. incalescent[obs3]. Adj. starved &c. icy. hailstone. white frost. 172 . adj. white hot. warm as wool. pierre fendre[Fr]. <-. fall of snow. icefloe. sleet. wintry. Cold. adj. fusion.]. burning &c. inclemency. . liquid nitrogen. alight. warm as a toast. frost-nipped. cold as Christmas. cold. biting. -. like an oven. in flames. chilled to the bone. glaze [U. pinching. frostbitten. plutonic. unextinguished[obs3].

bake. moxa[obs3]. tritium.. ash. cineration[obs3]. coup de soleil[Fr]. refinery. radiation. refining. coefficient of expansion.. heated &c. r chauff . singe. caustic. fuel oil (fuel) 388. take fire.. residue. boil. sodden. cracking. arson. incinerate. crockery. clothing &c. brand. nitromuriatic acid[ISA:CHEMSUBPREFIX]. radium. accension[obs3]. inflammability. geyser. fire. 382. coction[obs3]. paraffin. poke the fire. apozem[obs3]. simmer. still. transcalency[obs3]. radiant heat. parboil. (lining) 224. digest. fan the flame. nitrochloro-hydric acid[ISA:CHEMSUB]. apply the match to. nitric acid. char. furnace &c. flannel. cautery. thaw. aqua fortis[Lat]. reduce to ashes. burning &c. concremation[obs3]. adust[obs3]. ambustion[obs3]. cracking tower. stew. estuation[obs3]. set on fire. cosmic radiation. deflagration. go up in flames. uranium. (flame) 382. ebullition. smelt. burn in. fuse. v. combustion. incendiarism. catch fire. scoriae. combustibility. flagration| [obs3]. roast. 335. conflagration. tar. clinker. terra cotta[Sp]. (fuel) 388. scorification[obs3]. blow the fire. sunbathe. blaze &c. wax. slag. cupellation[Chem]. pot. foment. 335. [products of combustion] cinder. petroleuse[Fr]. plutonium. charcoal. heat conductivity. conduction. seethe. cook. radioactive isotopes.liquefaction &c. fractionating tower. empyrosis[obs3]. radioactivity. fry. sear. fractionating column. Adj.. gasoline. burn to the ground (flame) 382. molten. brick. alkali. carbonization.] thermal expansion. burn. kindle. cauterize. corrode. cremation. heating &c. adustion[obs3]. inflame. cauterization. earthenware. chafe. blanket. make a bonfire of. calcine. soot. [effects of heat 2. conductivity. wood alcohol. radiation. v. add fuel to the flame. 225. calcination. decoction. gamma rays. incension|. insolation. embers. sun oneself. heat. [biological effects resembling the effects of heat][substances causing a burning sensation and damage on skin or tissue] cauterizer[obs3]. grill. rekindle. scorch. burn to a cinder. sunstroke. parch. background radiation. turpentine. V. beta rays. scorify[obs3]. enkindle. alpha particles. scald. liquefy &c. light. [Transmission of heat] diathermancy[obs3]. set fire to. apply the torch to. 386. naptha[ISA:CHEMSUB]. toast. inflammation. elixation|. make hot &c. do to rags. torrefy[obs3]. stive[obs3]. stoneware. catheretic[obs3]. [artifacts requiring heat in their manufacture] pottery. tea tree oil. mug. ebullioscope[obs3]. match &c. boiling &c. v. radon. ceramics. wadding &c. ignite. lunar caustic. distillation (vaporization) 336. relume[obs3]. strike a light. china. warm. convection. v. aqua regia. acid. porcelain. [products of heating organic materials] coke. melt. stir the fire. ustulation[obs3]. X-rays. incendiary. carbon. ignition. auto dafe[Fr]. kerosene. commit to the flames. 173 . consign to the flames. fur. incineration.

hothouse. [residential heating methods] oil burner. poker. wood-burning stove. refrigerator.inflammable. make one's teeth chatter. diathermal[obs3]. bite. ashpan. hob. pierce. Dutch oven. inglenook. fire-irons. backlog. put out. air conditioning[residential cooling]. warm bath. freeze. solar heat. fireplace. forced hot air. muffle furnace. icehouse. wine cooler. steam heat. urn. adj[obs3]. amianth[obs3]. gridiron. gas fireplace. stamp out. burnt &c. burn out (incombustibility) 388a. coal fire. induction furnace. amianthus[obs3]. sudatory[obs3]. dehumidifier. extinguish. gas heat. stove.. kiln. go out. heater. sauna. attic fan. radioactive. grate. stew-pan. dry ice-acetone. hot water heat. liquid nitrogen.N. boiler. freezing mixture[refrigerating substances]. reduction of temperature. cold laboratory.. refresh.. alembic. v. regelate[obs3]. focus. pot. refrigerate. seething caldron. petrify. icebox. central heating. volcanic. ice box (refrigerator) 385. reverberatory. dry ice. refrigeratory[obs3]. ice cubes. Adj. frigidarium[obs3]. refigerator-freezer. electric resistance heat. deep freeze. trivet. ice &c. icebag. extincteur[Fr]. incombustibleness &c. limekiln. fan. cooling &c. combustion chamber. chipped ice. heat pump. kitchener. #387. chafing-dish. slack quench. ice. liquid helium. 383. Turkish bath. combustible. v. Refrigeration. bakehouse[obs3]. (density) 321. hypocaust[obs3]. volcano. kettle. furnace. frozen out. cold storage. forge.. -. #385. cooler. mountain-flax. hearth. 174 . laundry. range. starve. earth-flax. cracker. caboose. pinch. nip. freezer. chill. vapor bath. washhouse[obs3]. athanor[obs3]. (insulation) 388a. v. conservatory. waffle irons. fiery furnace. fire-dog. solidification &c. electric furnace. blocks of ice. damp. camboose[obs3]. Russian bath. salamander. dry ice freezer. V. andiron.. polyurethane cooler. fireman. electric heat. brasier[obs3]. shovel. #386. tongs. tuyere. congeal. refrigeration. crucible. v. fire annihilator. -. liquid nitrogen freezer. wood fire. ashdrop. electric heater. cut. Refrigerator. vaporarium[obs3]. [area near a fireplace] hearth. frigorific[obs3]. damper. fan. frying-pan. icepail. chill to the marrow. fire brigade (incombustibility) 388a. still. air conditioner. infrigidation[obs3]. caldron. incombustibility. cool. conglaciation| [obs3]. congelation[obs3]. gas burner. warming pan. Furnace. diathermanous[obs3]. central air conditioning. glaciate. steam bath. benumb. cold room. cooled &c. [steel-making furnace] open-hearth furnace. retort. convective heat.N.. -. cooling &c. flexible asbestos. oven. pot-bellied stove. ice.N. Franklin stove.

petroleum. congreve[obs3]. paraffin oil. flameproof. extincteur[Fr]. hydrogen. fire regulations. {ant. [gaseous fuels] natural gas. torch. #388a Insulation.p. -. Phr. gas. cinder &c. fire hose. bobbing. S. incombustibleness &c. liquid hydrogen. punk. uninflammable. vesuvian. go out. flame retardant.]. fire hydrant. blow out. combustible. kerosene. firebreak. burn out. clinical thermometer. wallsend[obs3]. amadou[obs3]. wet-bulb thermometer. naphtha.].. brimstone. thermometer. noncombustible material. fire fighter. fire door. Anschutz thermometer[Ger]. fireproof. fire department. gas thermometer. lamp oil. hook and ladder. liquid oxygen. solid fueled rocket. [fuels for candles and lamps] wax. pyrotechnic sponge. tinder. German tinder. amianthus[obs3]. fuel oil. incense. light. citation. dry-bulb thermometer. evacuation alarm. rocket fuel. amianth[obs3].N. -. jet fuel. [forest fires] backfire. linstock[obs3]. fire inspector. petrol. anthracite. wet blanket. blind coal. turf. fire eater. methanol. alcohol. of 388} insulation. faggot. [warning of fire] fire alarm. sprinklers. peat. tar shale. fire. fire truck. stamp out. incombustible. (products of combustion) 384. fire extinguisher. juice [coll. Fuel. fusee. V. [liquid fuels] oil. quench. douse. bavin[obs3]. fireproof. mountain-flax. die out. 111 --> #389. Thermometer. locofoco[obs3]. oil &c. earth-flax. propane. fuel. inflammable. heating oil. fire wall. fire retardant. butane. ethanol. brand. telethermometer. fire bucket. port-fire. number 2 oil. firing. brand. incombustibility. fight fire with fire <-. thermometrograph[obs3]. fireman. paraffin wax. touchwood. foam. log. culm[obs3]. fireball. whale oil. asbestos. nitromethane[ISA:CHEMSUB@fuel]. vesta[obs3]. carbon. fire-barrel. 175 . glance coal. pumper. number 4 oil. extinguish. fire brigade. (grease) 356. put out. match. slack. [solid fuels] coal. lox. smother. high octane. fuse. dry chemical extinguisher.N. engine company. high specific impulse fuel. sand bucket. smudge [U. alcohol thermometer. bituminous coal. snuff. combustible. synthesis gas. bucket. candle &c. high specific impulse. aerial water bombardment. carbon tetrachloride. fizzle. [laws to prevent fire] fire code. heat of combustion. synthetic gas. unflammable[obs3]. trench. firewood. lucifer. gasoline. automatic sprinkler system. wick.#388. Adj. incombustible material. ingle. CO-two extinguisher. nonflammable. damp. carbonaceous. spill. (luminary) 423. color-changing temperature indicator. snuff out. high octane gasoline. Adj. fire annihilator. coke. soda and acid extinguisher. Fire extinction. gasohol. mercury thermometer. aerial ladder. adj. charcoal. code violation. sulphur.

rough &c. % (3) Taste % #390. rappee[obs3]. flavor. bomb calorimeter. -.N. piquance. tasteless. palatable &c. palate. savor. taste. stale. acrimony. -. smack. #392. mild. gamy. mustard.. bitters.N. Adj. bland. acridity. twang. render -pungent &c. smack. 395. be pungent &c. insipid. aftertaste. piquant. cigar. fade. piquancy. insipidity. smack the lips. sal volatile. pickle. tobacco. full-flavored. taste. caustic. nip. salty as a herring. (sour) 392.. dram. stomach. salty. pyrometer.. #392a Saltiness. stogy[obs3]. Cavendish. Insipidity. seasoning &c. caviare. gustable|. Taste. adj. wishy-washy. high-. tongue. weak. calorimeter. hot. Pungency. sal ammoniac[obs3]. vapid. gusto. sapid. meracious|. pungency. tasting. strong taste. spice. gamy. v. savorless. gall. thermistor. take it with a grain of salt. flavor.N. mawkish. 394. racy. wormwood. smoke. spicy. (savory) 394. salt. poignancy hautgout. carbonate of ammonia. biting. smatch| [obs3]. flat. Adj.. thermocouple. saltpeter. relish. escharotic[obs3]. Phr. adj. unsavory &c. sapor|. untasted[obs3]. nicotine. acrimony. #391. savor. smoke. saporific[obs3]. gout. quid. salty as Lot's wife. stinging. saltiness. old soldier. V. fid[obs3]. tastelessness &c. brine (saltiness) 392a. -. gust. acridness[obs3]. (condiment) 393. peppery. saltpeter. brine. void of taste &c. pepper. acrid. cordial. Adj. gustation. gustatory. 395. brine. race. adj. salt. Adj. smatch[obs3]. [temperature-control devices] thermostat. twang. season. be tasteless &c.N. chew. cigarette. -. strong. sapidity[obs3]. cayenne. rough. racy (indecent) 961. gustful[obs3]. sharpness &c. high-tasted. (sour) 397. astringent 176 . negro head. tang. tooth. gustless|. V. devil. degustation. bitterness. niter. acrimonious. brackish. smelling salts. niter. adj. weed. tickle the palate &c. milk and water. #392b Bitterness -. bite the tongue. briny. bitter. Indian weed. segar[obs3]. unsavoriness &c. acerbity. hot as pepper. strong.thermopile. highseasoned. seasoned &c. salty as brine. thermoregulator. twang. snuff. adj. thermoscope[obs3]. fragrant weed. blandness. vellicating[obs3]. pungent. sharp. V. roughness &c. hartshorn (acridity) 401a. salty. take snuff. saline.N. mordant. alkali. 390. ingustible|.

spice up &c. acrimony. disgust. season. #393. nauseate. -. savoriness &c. adj. bitter pill to take. caviare. flavor. good taste. bitter as gall. venison. Adv. bitterish. acrimonious. black pepper. ambrosia. appetizer. tickle the palate. turtle. well-tasted. toothful[obs3]. acridity (bitterness) 392b. delicate. nutmeg. garlic. luscious. acrid. [from roots] ginger. sickener[obs3]. unsweetened. repulsive. delicacy.]. sickening &c. nice. red pepper. green pepper. acrid. pall. relish. palatable. flatter the palate. parsley. rue. aloes. render palatable &c. [herbs] pot herbs. unpalatable. [fragrant woods and gums] frankincense. peppercorn. delicious. amaritude[obs3]. thyme. be unpalatable &c. unpleasant &c. per amusare la bocca Phr[It]. titbit[obs3]. 397. game. sauce piquante[Fr]. V. grey poupon mustard. rich. -. exquisite. sourness &c. nauseous. deliciousness. bonne-bouche[Fr]. ill-flavored. V.N. acerbic.. rough.N. adj. relish. dainty. spice. <-.. -. marah[obs3]. fennel. appetizing. offensive. #394. savory. oregano. Savoriness. turmeric. marjoram. tasty morsel. onion. fulsome. mace. [from flower stigmas] saffron. cayenne. ambrosial. bitter as gall. turn the stomach. cinnamon. be savory &c. tidbit. balm. (sour) 397. Phr. smack the lips. acerbity. appetizer. tasty. sugar coating on a bitter pill. V. cubeb[obs3]. chili peppers. Adj.. unsavoriness &c. gustful[obs3]. condiment. 177 .N. acerb. Jamaica pepper. to one's taste. roughness &c. bitter. delicatessen. cloves. relish. [additive for alcoholic beverages]Angostura aromatic bitters. turmeric. pickle. delectability. appetizer. 392. pimento. zest. unsavory. [exlist] salt. loathsome. adj. [bitter substances] alkaloids. seasoning. white pepper. (render pungent) 392. bell pepper. myrrh. austerity. adj. pepper.p. chutney. Unsavoriness. sauce. curry. 112 --> #395. v. pungency &c. unsweet[obs3]. adj. good. bay leaves. Adj. dainty.. bitter. gall and wormwood. [capsicum peppers] capsicum. delectable. hors d'ouvres[Fr. Adj. lickerish[obs3]. achar[obs3]. sage. delightful.. allspice. tickle the appetite. sicken. like. cela se laisse manger[Fr]. 830. rosemary.bitters. spice. [from pods] paprika. Condiment. nasty. scrumptious. nectar. mustard. quassia[obs3]. toothsome.

honeysuckle. smell strong of. edulcorate[obs3]. refined sugar. adj. molasses. reek of. acetose[obs3]. reek. acidulate. olfaction. confection. treacle. sugar. taffy. olfactories[obs3]. metheglin[obs3]. honey. nectarious[obs3]. jam. crabbed. verjuice[obs3]. sweet as a nut. -. saccharine.. maple sugar. nidor|. acid. acetous. [sources of sugar] sugar cane. 400. V. dulcoration|. sugar beets. lush. acetic. beet sugar. % (4) Odor % #398. mead. Sweet'N Low. licorice. glucose. hound. n. acidity. Adj. odor. odorament|. be sour. julep. Phr. 178 . smell. sweetener. odorant. adj. -. acerb. liqueur. acid. Adj. vinegar. exhalation. jujube. sour. sweetened &c. crab. aperitif. dextrose. sniff. n. pastry. pudding (food) 298. fume. be sweet &c.N. candied. render sour &c. [smell detected by a hound] spoor. turn sour &c. scent. nose. sourness &c. cane sugar.. sugar-candy. inhale. artificial sweetener. confiture[obs3]. act of smelling &c. exhale. set the teeth on edge. adj. adj. cyclamate. scent. emanation. acetous fermentation. sweetmeat.N. mull. sacchariferous[obs3]. conserve. confectionary. sour. smell. trail. maple sirup[obs3]. manna. subacid[Chem]. maple syrup. sour as vinegar. acidulated. [sweet foods] desert. cake. rough. sour as a lemon. alum. dulcitude[obs3]. [animal with acute sense of smell] bloodhound. snuff up. lollipop. saccharin. candy. sense of smell. honied[obs3]. Odor. hard. low pH. V. sourish. luscious. meade[obs3]. acidulous. comfit... snuff. aspartame. mithai[obs3]. " sweets to the sweet " [Hamlet]. dulcet. candy.. smell. tart. Phr. Sourness. bonbon. eau sucr e[Fr]. V. sweet wine. plum. adj. scent. sorghum. acidify. apple butter. sweet as sugar. lactic fermentation.#396. syrup. v. dulcify|. marmalade. v. sweeten. sugar-plum. hydromel[obs3]. ice cream. melliferous[obs3]. sweet as honey. tart. sickly sweet. acescent[obs3]. dulcification|. [pleasant odor] fragrance &c. smell of. redolence. corn syrup. #397. lactic acid. damson. nectar. caramel.N. dulcorate|. sweet. effluvium. give out a smell &c. acetic acid. styptic. sweetness. scent. puff. preserve. render sweet &c. essence... grocery. sweets. Sweetness. pie. -. have an odor &c.

Adj. odorous, odoriferous; smelling, reeking, foul-smelling, strongscented; redolent, graveolent[obs3], nidorous[obs3], pungent; putrid, foul. [Relating to the sense of smell] olfactory, quick-scented.

#399. Inodorousness.-- N. inodorousness[obs3]; absence of smell, want of smell. deodorant, deodorization, deodorizer. V. be inodorous &c. adj[obs3].; not smell. deodorize. Adj. inodorous[obs3], onodorate; scentless; without smell, wanting smell &c. 398. deodorized, deodorizing. #400. Fragrance. -- N. fragrance, aroma, redolence, perfume, bouquet, essence, scent; sweet smell, aromatic perfume. agalloch[obs3], agallochium[obs3]; aloes wood; bay rum; calambac[obs3], calambour[obs3]; champak[obs3], horehound[ISA:plant@mint], lign-aloes[obs3], marrubium[obs3], mint, muskrat, napha water[obs3], olibanum[obs3], spirit of myrcia[obs3]. essential oil. incense; musk, frankincense; pastil[obs3], pastille; myrrh, perfumes of Arabia[obs3]; otto[obs3], ottar[obs3], attar; bergamot, balm, civet, potpourri, pulvil|; nosegay; scentbag[obs3]; sachet, smelling bottle, vinaigrette; eau de Cologne[Fr], toilet water, lotion, after-shave lotion; thurification[obs3]. perfumer. [fragrant wood oils] eucalyptus oil, pinene. V. be fragrant &c. adj.; have a perfume &c. n.; smell sweet. scent[render fragrant], perfume, embalm. Adj. fragrant, aromatic, redolent, spicy, savory, balmy, scented, sweet-smelling, sweet-scented; perfumed, perfumatory[obs3]; thuriferous; fragrant as a rose, muscadine[obs3], ambrosial.

#401. Fetor. -- N. fetor[obs3]; bad &c. adj. smell, bad odor; stench, stink; foul odor, malodor; empyreuma[obs3]; mustiness &c. adj.; rancidity; foulness &c. (uncleanness) 653. stoat, polecat, skunk; assafoetida[obs3]; fungus, garlic; stinkpot; fitchet[obs3], fitchew[obs3], fourmart[obs3], peccary. acridity &c. 401a. V. have a bad smell &c. n.; smell; stink, stink in the nostrils, stink like a polecat; smell strong &c. adj., smell offensively. Adj. fetid; strong-smelling; high, bad, strong, fulsome, offensive, noisome, rank, rancid, reasty[obs3], tainted, musty, fusty, frouzy[obs3]; olid[obs3], olidous|; nidorous[obs3]; smelling, stinking; putrid &c. 653; suffocating, mephitic; empyreumatic[obs3]. #401a Acridity -- N. acridity, astringency, bite. [acrid substances] tear gas; smoke, acrid fumes. Adj. acrid, biting, astringent, sharp, harsh; bitter &c. 392b.

<-- p. 113 --> % (5) Sound (i) SOUND IN GENERAL % #402. Sound. -- N. sound, noise, strain; accent, twang, intonation, tone; cadence; sonorousness &c. adj.; audibility; resonance &c. 408; voice &c. 580; aspirate; ideophone[obs3]; rough breathing. [Science, of sound] acoustics; phonics, phonetics, phonology, phonography[obs3]; diacoustics[obs3], diaphonics[obs3]; phonetism[obs3]. V. produce sound; sound, make a noise; give out sound, emit sound; resound &c. 408. Adj. sounding; soniferous[obs3]; sonorous, sonorific[obs3]; resonant, audible, distinct; stertorous; phonetic; phonic, phonocamptic[obs3]. Phr. "a thousand trills and quivering sounds " [Addison]; forensis strepitus[Lat].

#403. Silence. -- N. silence; stillness &c. (quiet) 265; peace, hush, lull; muteness &c. 581; solemn silence, awful silence, dead silence, deathlike silence. V. be silent &c. adj.; hold one's tongue &c. (not speak) 585. render silent &c. adj.; silence, still, hush; stifle, muffle, stop; muzzle, put to silence &c. (render mute) 581. Adj. silent; still, stilly; noiseless, soundless; hushed &c. v.; mute &c. 581. soft, solemn, awful, deathlike, silent as the grave; inaudible &c. (faint) 405. Adv. silently &c. adj.; sub silentio[Lat]. Int. hush! silence! soft! whist! tush! chut[obs3]! tut! pax[Lat]! be quiet! be silent! be still! shut up![rude]; chup[obs3]! chup rao[obs3]! tace[It]! Phr. one might hear a feather drop, one might hear a pin drop, so quiet you could hear a pin drop; grosse Seelen dulden still [German]; le silence est la vertu de ceux qui ne sont pas sages [French]; le silence est le parti le plus sar de celui se d fie de soi-meme[French]; "silence more musical than any song " [C. G. Rossetti]; tacent satis laudant[Latin]; better to be silent and thought a fool than to speak up and remove all doubt.

#404. Loudness.-- N. loudness, power; loud noise, din; blare; clang, clangor; clatter, noise, bombilation[obs3], roar, uproar, racket, hubbub, bobbery[obs3], fracas, charivari[obs3], trumpet blast, flourish of trumpets, fanfare, tintamarre[obs3], peal, swell, blast, larum[obs3], boom; bang (explosion) 406; resonance &c. 408. vociferation, hullabaloo, &c. 411; lungs; Stentor. artillery, cannon; thunder. V. be loud &c. adj.; peal, swell, clang, boom, thunder, blare,

fulminate, roar; resound &c. 408. speak up, shout &c. (vociferate) 411; bellow &c. (cry as an animal) 412. rend the air, rend the skies; fill the air; din in the ear, ring in the ear, thunder in the ear; pierce the ears, split the ears, rend the ears, split the head; deafen, stun; faire le diable a quatre[Fr]; make one's windows shake, rattle the windows; awaken the echoes, startle the echoes; wake the dead. Adj. loud, sonorous; high-sounding, big-sounding; deep, full, powerful, noisy, blatant, clangorous, multisonous[obs3]; thundering, deafening &c. v; trumpet-tongued; ear-splitting, ear-rending, eardeafening; piercing; obstreperous, rackety, uproarious; enough to wake the dead, enough to wake seven sleepers. shrill &c. 410 clamorous &c. (vociferous) 411 stentorian, stentorophonic|. Adv. loudly &c. adj. aloud; at the top of one's voice, at the top of one's lungs, lustily, in full cry. Phr. the air rings with; "the deep dread-bolted thunder" [Lear]. #405. Faintness. -- N. faintness &c. adj.; faint sound, whisper, breath; undertone, underbreath[obs3]; murmur, hum, susurration; tinkle; " still small voice." hoarseness &c. adj.; raucity[obs3]. V. whisper, breathe, murmur, purl, hum, gurgle, ripple, babble, flow; tinkle; mutter &c. (speak imperfectly) 583; susurrate[obs3]. steal on the ear; melt in the air, float on the air. Adj. inaudible; scarcely audible, just audible; low, dull; stifled, muffled; hoarse, husky; gentle, soft, faint; floating; purling, flowing &c. v.; whispered &c. v.; liquid; soothing; dulcet &c. (melodious) 413; susurrant[obs3], susurrous[obs3]. Adv. in a whisper, with bated breath, sotto voce[Lat], between the teeth, aside; piano, pianissimo; d la sourdine[obs3]; out of earshot inaudibly &c. adj.

<-- p. 114 --> % (ii) SPECIFIC SOUNDS % #406. [Sudden and violent sounds.] Snap. -- N. snap &c. v.; rapping &c. v.; decrepitation, crepitation; report, thud; burst, explosion, blast, boom, discharge, detonation, firing, salvo, volley. squib, cracker, firecracker, cherry bomb, M80, gun, cap, cap gun, popgun. implosion. bomb burst, atomic explosion, nuclear explosion (arms) 727. [explosive substances] gunpowder, dynamite, gun cotton, nitroglycerine, nitrocellulose, plastic explosive, plastique, TNT, cordite, trinitrotoluene, picric acid, picrates, mercury fulminate (arms) 727. whack, wham, pow. V. rap, snap, tap, knock, ping; click; clash; crack, crackle; crash; pop; slam, bang, blast, boom, clap, clang, clack, whack, wham; brustle[obs3]; burst on the ear; crepitate, rump.

blow up, blow; detonate. Adj. rapping &c. v. Int. kaboom! whamo! Heewhack! pow!

#407. [Repeated and protracted sounds.] Roll. -- N. roll &c. v.; drumming &c. v.; berloque[obs3], bombination[obs3], rumbling; tattoo, drumroll; dingdong; tantara[obs3]; rataplan[obs3]; whirr; ratatat, ratatattat; rubadub; pitapat; quaver, clutter, charivari[obs3], racket; cuckoo; repetition &c. 104; peal of bells, devil's tattoo; reverberation &c. 408. [sound of railroad train rolling on rails] clickety-clack. hum, purr. [animals that hum] hummingbird. [animals that purr] cat, kitten (animal sounds) 412. V. roll, drum, rumble, rattle, clatter, patter, clack; bombinate[obs3]. hum, trill, shake; chime, peal, toll; tick, beat. drum in the ear, din in the ear. Adj. rolling &c. v.; monotonous &c. (repeated) 104; like a bee in a bottle. <-- resonance here covers 3 sound qualities; echo, low note, and ringing. They should be separated. The physical science meanings must also be listed separately --> #408. Resonance. -- N. resonance; ring &c. v.; ringing, tintinabulation &c. v.; reflexion[Brit], reflection, reverberation; echo, reecho; zap, zot[coll.]; buzz (hiss) 409. low note, base note, bass note, flat note, grave note, deep note; bass; basso, basso profondo[It]; baritone, barytone[obs3]; contralto. [device to cause resonance] echo chamber, resonator. [ringing in the ears] tinnitus[Med]. [devices which make a resonating sound] bell, doorbell, buzzer; gong, cymbals (musical instruments) 417. [physical resonance] sympathetic vibrations; natural frequency, coupled vibration frequency; overtone; resonating cavity; sounding board, tuning fork. [electrical resonance] tuning, squelch, frequency selection; resonator, resonator circuit; radio &c. @ [chemical resonance] resonant structure, aromaticity, alternating double bonds, non-bonded resonance; pi clouds, unsaturation, double bond (valence) @ V. resound, reverberate, reecho, resonate; ring, jingle, gingle[obs3], chink, clink; tink[obs3], tinkle; chime; gurgle &c. 405 plash, goggle, echo, ring in the ear. Adj. resounding &c. v.; resonant, reverberant, tinnient|, tintinnabulary; sonorous, booming, deep-toned, deep-sounding, deep-mouthed, vibrant; hollow, sepulchral; gruff &c. (harsh) 410. Phr. " sweet bells jangled, out of time and harsh " [Hamlet]; echoing down the mountain and through the dell.

#408a. Nonresonance[obs3]. -- N. thud, thump, dead sound;

nonresonance[obs3]; muffled drums, cracked bell; damper; silencer. V. sound dead; stop the sound, damp the sound, deaden the sound, deaden the reverberations, dampen the reverberations. Adj. nonresonant[obs3], dead; dampened, muffled.

<-- "sibilation" includes hissing and buzzing --> #409. [Hissing sounds.] Sibilation. -- N. sibilance, sibilation; zip; hiss &c. v.; sternutation; high note &c. 410. [animals that hiss] goose, serpent, snake (animal sounds) 412. [animals that buzz] insect, bug; bee, mosquito, wasp, fly. [inanimate things that hiss] tea kettle, pressure cooker; air valve, pressure release valve, safety valve, tires, air escaping from tires, punctured tire; escaping steam, steam, steam radiator, steam release valve. V. hiss, buzz, whiz, rustle; fizz, fizzle; wheeze, whistle, snuffle; squash; sneeze; sizzle, swish. Adj. sibilant; hissing &c. v.; wheezy; sternutative[obs3]. #410. [Harsh sounds.] Stridor. -- N. creak &c. v.; creaking &c. v.; discord, &c. 414; stridor; roughness, sharpness, &c. adj.; cacophony; cacoepy[obs3]. acute note, high note; soprano, treble, tenor, alto, falsetto, penny trumpet, voce di testa[It]. V. creak, grate, jar, burr, pipe, twang, jangle, clank, clink; scream &c. (cry) 411; yelp &c. (animal sound) 412; buzz &c. (hiss) 409. set the teeth on edge, corcher les oreilles[Fr]; pierce the ears, split the ears, split the head; offend the ear, grate upon the ear, jar upon the ear. Adj. creaking &c. v.; stridulous[obs3], harsh, coarse, hoarse, horrisonous|, rough, gruff, grum[obs3], sepulchral, hollow. sharp, high, acute, shrill; trumpet-toned; piercing, ear-piercing, high-pitched, high-toned; cracked; discordant &c. 414; cacophonous. <-- p. 115 --> #411. Cry. -- N. cry &c. v.; voice &c. (human) 580; hubbub; bark &c. (animal) 412. vociferation, outcry, hullabaloo, chorus, clamor, hue and cry, plaint; lungs; stentor. V. cry, roar, shout, bawl, brawl, halloo, halloa, hoop, whoop, yell, bellow, howl, scream, screech, screak[obs3], shriek, shrill, squeak, squeal, squall, whine, pule, pipe, yaup[obs3]. cheer; hoot; grumble, moan, groan. snore, snort; grunt &c. (animal sounds) 412. vociferate; raise up the voice, lift up the voice; call out, sing out, cry out; exclaim; rend the air; thunder at the top of one's voice, shout at the top of one's voice, shout at the pitch of one's breath, thunder at the pitch of one's breath; s' gosiller; strain the throat, strain the voice, strain the lungs; give a cry &c. Adj. crying &c. v.; clamant[obs3], clamorous; vociferous; stentorian &c. (loud) 404; open-mouthed.


#412. [Animal sounds.] Ululation. -- N. cry &c. v.; crying &c. v.; bowwow, ululation, latration[obs3], belling; reboation[obs3]; wood-note; insect cry, fritiniancy|, drone; screech owl; cuckoo. wailing (lamentation) 839. V. cry, roar, bellow, blare, rebellow[obs3]; growl, snarl. [specific animal sounds] bark [dog, seal]; bow-wow, yelp [dog]; bay, bay at the moon [dog, wolf]; yap, yip, yipe, growl, yarr|, yawl, snarl, howl [dog, wolf]; grunt, gruntle[obs3]; snort [pig, hog, swine, horse]; , squeak [swine, mouse]; neigh, whinny [horse]; bray [donkey, mule, hinny, ass]; mew, mewl [kitten]; meow [cat]; purr [cat]; caterwaul, pule [cats]; baa[obs3], bleat [lamb]; low, moo [cow, cattle]; troat[obs3], croak, peep [frog]; coo [dove, pigeon]; gobble [turkeys]; quack [duck]; honk, gaggle, guggle [obs3][goose]; crow, caw, squawk, screech, [crow]; cackle, cluck, clack [hen, rooster, poultry]; chuck, chuckle; hoot, hoo [owl]; chirp, cheep, chirrup, twitter, cuckoo, warble, trill, tweet, pipe, whistle [small birds]; hum [insects, hummingbird]; buzz [flying insects, bugs]; hiss [snakes, geese]; blatter[obs3]; ratatat [woodpecker]. Adj. crying &c. v.; blatant, latrant[obs3], remugient[obs3], mugient[obs3]; deep-mouthed, full-mouthed; rebellowing[obs3], reboant[obs3]. Adv. in full cry. % (iii) MUSICAL SOUNDS % #413. Melody. Concord. -- N. melody, rhythm, measure; rhyme &c.(poetry) 597. pitch, timbre, intonation, tone. scale, gamut; diapason; diatonic chromatic scale[obs3], enharmonic scale[obs3]; key, clef, chords. modulation, temperament, syncope, syncopation, preparation, suspension, resolution. staff, stave, line, space, brace; bar, rest; appoggiato[obs3], appoggiatura[obs3]; acciaccatura[obs3]. note, musical note, notes of a scale; sharp, flat, natural; high note &c.(shrillness) 410; low note &c. 408; interval; semitone; second, third, fourth &c.; diatessaron[obs3]. breve, semibreve[Mus], minim, crotchet, quaver; semiquaver, demisemiquaver, hemidemisemiquaver; sustained note, drone, burden. tonic; key note, leading note, fundamental note; supertonic[obs3], mediant[obs3], dominant; submediant[obs3], subdominant[obs3]; octave, tetrachord[obs3]; major key, minor key, major scale, minor scale, major mode, minor mode; passage, phrase. concord, harmony; emmeleia[obs3]; unison, unisonance[obs3]; chime, homophony; euphony, euphonism[obs3]; tonality; consonance; consent; part. [Science of harmony] harmony, harmonics; thorough-bass, fundamentalbass; counterpoint; faburden[obs3]. piece of music &c. 415[Fr]; composer, harmonist[obs3], contrapuntist (musician) 416. V. be harmonious &c. adj.; harmonize, chime, symphonize[obs3], transpose; put in tune, tune, accord, string. Adj. harmonious, harmonical[obs3]; in concord &c. n., in tune, in

concert; unisonant[obs3], concentual[obs3], symphonizing[obs3], isotonic, homophonous[obs3], assonant; ariose[obs3], consonant. measured, rhythmical, diatonic[obs3], chromatic, enharmonic[obs3]. melodious, musical; melic[obs3]; tuneful, tunable; sweet, dulcet, canorous[obs3]; mellow, mellifluous; soft, clear, clear as a bell; silvery; euphonious, euphonic, euphonical[obs3]; symphonious; enchanting &c. (pleasure-giving) 829; fine-toned, full-toned, silver-toned. Adv. harmoniously, in harmony; as one &c. adj. Phr. " the hidden soul of harmony " [Milton].

#414. Discord. -- N. discord , discordance; dissonance, cacophony, want of harmony, caterwauling; harshness &c. 410. Babel[Confused sounds]; Dutch concert, cat's concert; marrowbones and cleavers. V. be discordant &c. adj. .; jar &c. (sound harshly) 410. Adj. discordant; dissonant, absonant[obs3]; out of tune, tuneless; unmusical, untunable[obs3]; unmelodious, immelodious[obs3]; unharmonious[obs3], inharmonious; singsong; cacophonous; harsh &c. 410; jarring. <-- p. 116 --> #415. Music. -- N. music; concert; strain, tune, air; melody &c. 413; aria, arietta[obs3]; piece of music[Fr], work, number, opus; sonata; rondo, rondeau[Fr]; pastorale, cavatina[obs3], roulade[obs3], fantasia, concerto, overture, symphony, variations, cadenza; cadence; fugue, canon, quodlibet, serenade, notturno [Italian], dithyramb; opera, operetta; oratorio; composition, movement; stave; passamezzo [obs3][Italian], toccata, Vorspiel [German]. instrumental music; full score; minstrelsy, tweedledum and tweedledee, band, orchestra; concerted piece[Fr], potpourri, capriccio. vocal music, vocalism[obs3]; chaunt, chant; psalm, psalmody; hymn; song &c. (poem) 597; canticle, canzonet[obs3], cantata, bravura, lay, ballad, ditty, carol, pastoral, recitative, recitativo[obs3], solfeggio[obs3]. Lydian measures; slow music, slow movement; adagio &c. adv.; minuet; siren strains, soft music, lullaby; dump; dirge &c. (lament) 839; pibroch[obs3]; martial music, march; dance music; waltz &c. (dance) 840. solo, duet, duo, trio; quartet, quartett[obs3]; septett[obs3]; part song, descant, glee, madrigal, catch, round, chorus, chorale; antiphon[obs3], antiphony; accompaniment, second, bass; score; bourdon[obs3], drone, morceau[obs3], terzetto[obs3]. composer &c. 413; musician &c. 416. V. compose, perform &c. 416; attune. Adj. musical; instrumental, vocal, choral, lyric, operatic; harmonious &c. 413; Wagnerian. Adv. adagio; largo, larghetto, andante, andantino[obs3]; alla capella[It][obs3]; maestoso[obs3], moderato; allegro, allegretto; spiritoso[obs3], vivace[obs3], veloce[obs3]; presto, prestissimo[obs3]; con brio; capriccioso[obs3]; scherzo, scherzando[obs3]; legato, staccato, crescendo, diminuendo, rallentando[obs3], affettuoso[obs3]; obbligato; pizzicato; desto[obs3]. Phr. " in notes by distance made more sweet " [Collins]; " like the

faint exquisite music of a dream " [Moore]; " music arose with its voluptuous swell " [Byron]; " music is the universal language of mankind " [Longfellow]; " music's golden tongue " [Keats]; " the speech of angels " [Carlyle]; " will sing the savageness out of a bear " [Othello]; music hath charms to soothe the savage beast. #416. Musician. [Performance of Music.] -- N. musician, artiste, performer, player, minstrel; bard &c. (poet) 597; [specific types of musicians] accompanist, accordionist, instrumentalist, organist, pianist, violinist, flautist; harper, fiddler, fifer[obs3], trumpeter, piper, drummer; catgut scraper. band, orchestral waits. vocalist, melodist; singer, warbler; songster, chaunter[obs3], chauntress[obs3], songstress; cantatrice[obs3]. choir, quire, chorister; chorus, chorus singer; liedertafel[Ger]. nightingale, philomel[obs3], thrush; siren; bulbul, mavis; Pierides; sacred nine; Orpheus, Apollo[obs3], the Muses Erato, Euterpe, Terpsichore; tuneful nine, tuneful quire. composer &c. 413. performance, execution, touch, expression, solmization[obs3]. V. play, pipe, strike up, sweep the chords, tweedle, fiddle; strike the lyre, beat the drum; blow the horn, sound the horn, wind the horn; doodle; grind the organ; touch the guitar &c. (instruments) 417; thrum, strum, beat time. execute, perform; accompany; sing a second, play a second; compose, set to music, arrange. sing, chaunt, chant, hum, warble, carol, chirp, chirrup, lilt, purl, quaver, trill, shake, twitter, whistle; sol-fa[obs3]; intone. have an ear for music, have a musical ear, have a correct ear. Adj. playing &c. v.; musical. Adv. adagio, andante &c. (music) 415. <-- p. 117 -->

#417. Musical Instruments. -- N. musical instruments; band; stringband, brass-band; orchestra; orchestrina[obs3]. monochord[obs3][Stringed instruments], polychord[obs3]; harp, lyre, lute, archlute[obs3]; mandola[obs3], mandolin, mandoline[obs3]; guitar; zither; cither[obs3], cithern[obs3]; gittern[obs3], rebeck[obs3], bandurria[obs3], bandura, banjo; bina[obs3], vina[obs3]; xanorphica[obs3]. viol, violin; fiddle, kit; viola, viola d'amore[Fr], viola di gamba[It]; tenor, cremona, violoncello, bass; bass viol, base viol; theorbo[obs3], double base, contrabasso[obs3], violone[obs3], *psaltery; bow, fiddlestick[obs3]. piano, pianoforte; harpsichord, clavichord, clarichord[obs3], manichord[obs3]; clavier, spinet, virginals, dulcimer, hurdy-gurdy, vielle[obs3], pianino[obs3], Eolian harp. . organ[Wind instruments]; harmonium, harmoniphon[obs3]; American organ[obs3], barrel organ, hand organ; accordion, seraphina[obs3], concertina; humming top. flute, fife, piccolo, flageolet; clarinet, claronet[obs3]; basset horn, corno di bassetto[obs3], oboe, hautboy, cor Anglais[Fr], corno

Inglese[obs3], bassoon, double bassoon, contrafagotto[obs3], serpent, bass clarinet; bagpipes, union pipes; musette, ocarina, Pandean pipes; reed instrument; sirene[obs3], pipe, pitch-pipe; sourdet[obs3]; whistle, catcall; doodlesack[obs3], harmoniphone[obs3]. horn, bugle, cornet, cornet-a-pistons, cornopean|, clarion, trumpet, trombone, ophicleide[obs3]; French horn, saxophone, sax [informal], buglehorn[obs3], saxhorn, flugelhorn[obs3], althorn[obs3], helicanhorn[obs3], posthorn[obs3]; sackbut, euphonium, bombardon tuba[obs3]. [Vibrating surfaces] cymbal, bell, gong; tambour|!, tambourine, tamborine[obs3]; drum, tom-tom; tabor, tabret[obs3], tabourine[obs3], taborin[obs3]; side drum, kettle drum; timpani, tympani[obs3]; tymbal[obs3], timbrel[obs3], castanet, bones; musical glasses, musical stones; harmonica, sounding-board, rattle; tam-tam, zambomba[obs3]. [Vibrating bars] reed, tuning fork, triangle, Jew's harp, musical box, harmonicon[obs3], xylophone. sordine[obs3], sordet[obs3]; sourdine[obs3], sourdet[obs3]; mute. % (iv) PERCEPTION OF SOUND % #418. [Sense of sound.] Hearing. -- N. hearing &c. v.; audition, auscultation; eavesdropping; audibility. acute ear, nice ear, delicate ear, quick ear, sharp ear, correct ear, musical ear; ear for music. ear, auricle, lug, acoustic organs, auditory apparatus; eardrum, tympanum, tympanic membrane. [devices to aid human hearing by amplifying sound] ear trumpet, speaking trumpet, hearing aid, stethoscope. [distance within which direct hearing is possible] earshot, hearing distance, hearing, hearing range, sound, carrying distance. [devices for talking beyond hearing distance] telephone[exlist], phone, telephone booth, intercom, house phone, radiotelephone, radiophone, wireless, wireless telephone, mobile telephone, car radio, police radio, two-way radio, walkie-talkie[military], handie-talkie, citizen's band, CB, amateur radio, ham radio, short-wave radio, police band, ship-to-shore radio, airplane radio, control tower communication; (communication) 525, 527, 529, 531, 532; electronic devices (POINFO @. [devices for recording and reproducing recorded sound] phonograph, gramophone, megaphone, phonorganon[obs3]. [device to convert sound to electrical signals] microphone,directional microphone, mike, hand mike, lapel microphone. [devices to convert recorded sound to electronic signals] phonograph needle, stylus, diamond stylus, pickup; reading head (electronic devices). hearer, auditor, listener, eavesdropper, listener-in. auditory, audience. [science of hearing] otology, otorhinolaryngology. [physicians specializing in hearing] otologist, otorhinolaryngologist. V. hear, overhear; hark, harken; list, listen, pay attention, take heed; give an ear, lend an ear, bend an ear; catch, catch a sound, prick up one's ears; give ear, give a hearing, give audience to. hang upon the lips of, be all ears, listen with both ears. become audible; meet the ear, fall upon the ear, catch the ear,

reach the ear; be heard; ring in the ear &c. (resound) 4O8. Adj. hearing &c. v.; auditory, auricular, acoustic; phonic. Adv. arrectis auribus[Lat]. Int. hark, hark ye! hear! list, listen! O yes! Oyez! listen up [coll.]; listen here! hear ye! attention! achtung [German]. #419. Deafness. -- N. deafness, hardness of hearing, surdity|; inaudibility, inaudibleness[obs3]. V. be deaf &c. adj.; have no ear; shut one's ears, stop one's ears, close one's ears; turn a deaf ear to. render deaf, stun, deafen. Adj. deaf, earless[obs3], surd; hard of hearing, dull of hearing; deaf-mute, stunned, deafened; stone deaf; deaf as a post, deaf as an adder, deaf as a beetle, deaf as a trunkmaker[obs3]. inaudible, out of hearing. Phr. hear no evil. <-- p. 118 --> % (6) Light % (i) LIGHT IN GENERAL

#420. Light.-- N. light, ray, beam, stream, gleam, streak, pencil; sunbeam, moonbeam; aurora. day; sunshine; light of day, light of heaven; moonlight, starlight, sun &c. (luminary) 432 light; daylight, broad daylight, noontide light; noontide, noonday, noonday sun. glow &c. v.; glimmering &c. v.; glint; play of light, flood of light; phosphorescence, lambent flame. flush, halo, glory, nimbus, aureola. spark, scintilla; facula; sparkling &c. v.; emication|, scintillation, flash, blaze, coruscation, fulguration[obs3]; flame &c. (fire) 382; lightning, levin[obs3], ignis fatuus[Lat], &c. (luminary) 423. luster, sheen, shimmer, reflexion[Brit], reflection; gloss, tinsel, spangle, brightness, brilliancy, splendor; effulgence, refulgence; fulgor[obs3], fulgidity[obs3]; dazzlement[obs3], resplendence, transplendency[obs3]; luminousness &c. adj.; luminosity; lucidity; renitency|, nitency[obs3]; radiance,, radiation; irradiation, illumination. actinic rays, actinism; Roentgen-ray, Xray; photography, heliography; photometer &c. 445. [Science of light] optics; photology[obs3], photometry; dioptrics[obs3], catoptrics[obs3]. [Distribution of light] chiaroscuro, clairobscur[obs3], clear obscure, breadth, light and shade, black and white, tonality. reflection, refraction, dispersion; refractivity. V. shine, glow, glitter; glister, glisten; twinkle, gleam; flare, flare up; glare, beam, shimmer, glimmer, flicker, sparkle, scintillate, coruscate, flash, blaze; be bright &c. adj.; reflect light, daze, dazzle, bedazzle, radiate, shoot out beams; fulgurate. clear up, brighten.

-. spread gloom. adumbrate. Adj. in a blaze. "dark with excessive bright" [Milton]. bright as silver. aglow. cast a gloom. dark as Erebus[Lat]. vivid. murksome[obs3]. throw gloom. night. V. chiaroscuro &c. adj. snuff out. bedarken[obs3]. darkened. hang out a light. Phr. give out a light. lightless &c. 423). obtenebration[obs3]. luculent[obs3]. tone down. v. gathering of the clouds. shed luster upon. obfuscate. dark matter. obumbration[obs3]. witching hour of night. cloudy &c. gloomy. obscuration. dusky. &c. Erebus[Lat]. luminous. (dim) 422. Darkness. shiny. blow out. luciferous. v. midnight. ablaze. lucid. sciagraphy[obs3]. scintillant[obs3]. lucent. obumbrate[obs3]. doubt. cast into the shade becloud. caliginous[obs3]. beamy[obs3]. transplendent[obs3]. clear. sheen. radiant. illumine. sunless. illume[obs3]. blackness &c. dead of night. bright as day. sunny. spread a shadow. glassy. overcast. fulgid[obs3]. be dark &c. adj. nitid[obs3]. gloom. darkness &c. turn out the lights. refulgent. shade. resplendent. lower. relucent[obs3]. douse the lights. darkness visible. dark. darksome[obs3]. extinction. obscure. dark star. actinic. (see illuminate &c. palpable obscure. illuminate. blazing. kindle &c. pitchy. meteoric. umbrageous. shed light upon. Cimmerian darkness[obs3]. black hole. fulgent[obs3]. shading. dim the lights. unobscured[obs3]. Adj. cloudless. adumbration. distribution of shade. #421. (dimness) 422. nocturnal.lighten. witching time of night. cast light in. light up. [perfectly black objects] black body. bright. levin[obs3]. "sablevested night " [Milton]. cast light upon. Egyptian darkness. murky. cast a shadow. bedim[obs3]. light as noonday. graphic. penumbra. 420)[obs3]. throw a shadow. obscure. splendent[obs3]. lurid. meridian. light as day. occultation. luminiferous[obs3]. put out. shadow. offuscation|. switch off the lights. cast gloom. bright as noonday. cold dark matter. blind man's holiday. (set fire to) 384. eclipse.. throw a shade. tide. rutilant[obs3]. gairish[obs3]. lightsome. unilluminated &c. effulgent. darkling. (opaque) 426. heliophagous[obs3].N. obscurity. photogenic[obs2]. eclipse. extinguish. (see sun[obs3]. light. pitch dark. " a day for gods to stoop and men to soar " [Tennyson]. dingy. shining &c. darken. 189 . tenebrious[obs3]. garish. sombrous[obs3]. noonday. throw light in. lambent. shade. dusk &c. total eclipse. lucific[obs3]. somber. dark as pitch. irradiate. (in color) 431. dark as a pit.. "the jaws of darkness " [Midsummer Night's Dream]. turn off the lights. murk. &c. spread a shade. unclouded. (light) 420. dim. (dark color) 431. shine upon. offuscate|. caligation|. burnished. relume[obs3]. shady. overshadow. noctivagation[obs3]. strike a light. lustrous. sheeny. darkness that can be felt. hohlraum[Phys]. light. glossy. enlighten. splendid. absence of light. bright as the sun at noonday. Stygian darkness. phosphorescent. pitch black. light. orient. heliographic. overcast &c. throw light upon. cast a shade. black &c. umbra.

Adv. aurora borealis. confused &c. kugelblitz [German]. polar lights. moonglade[obs3]. -. dark 421. electrolier[obs3]. wick. lightning. burner. in the shade. darkness &c.N. bougie[Fr]. glimmer. adj. light &c. maser 190 . 420. firelight. Venus. shorn of its beams. fork lightning. lightning bug. taper. darken. [luminous insects] glowworm. [luminous fish] anglerfish. " eldest Night and Chaos. eclipse. muddy. faint. Fata Morgana[Lat].. sun. pale its ineffectual fire [Hamlet].N. #423. lurid. dirty. [non-combustion based light sources] lamp. in the dark. flame &c. Phoebus. twinkle. incandescent lamp. (colorless) 429. candle. morning star. lower. parhelion. loom. fade. rushlight. luster. aurora australis. arc light . blear. Phr. torch. obscure. spark. tone down. candelabrum. aurora. overcast. Apollo[obs3]. flambeau. break of day.benighted. galaxy. leaden. Friar's lantern. [Artificial light] gas. bedim[obs3]. luminary.] Luminary. phosphorescence. moonshine. [Source of light. southern lights. light. ignis fatuus[Lat]. dun. V. brand. darkish. render dim &c. " brief as the lightning in the collied night " [M. 119 --> #422. dog star. ball lightning. glassy. D. summer lightning. obnubilated[obs3]. dark lantern. dusk. grow dim &c. lantern. nebular. partial eclipse. noctivagous!|. phosphor. v. dim. Dimness. demi-jour. nebulous. looming &c. link. noctivagant!|. blazing star. crepuscule. will-o'-the-wisp. Adj. Sirius. pale. phosphor. partial shadow. northern lights. bull's-eye. candelabra. day star. June bug. lackluster. orb of day. glimmer. meteor. muggy|.laser. paleness &c. dingy. self-luminous body.. Aurora. farthing candle. fluorescence. twilight. gas light. be dim. <-. candlestick. ancestors of Nature " [P. star. Jack o'lantern. crepuscular. Saint Elmo's fire. N. dull. scintilla. moderator. (invisible) 447. " the blackness of the noonday night " [Longfellow]. Lucifer. shooting star. (opaque) 426. orb.]. adj. light bulb. nebulosity. misty &c.p. moonbeam. lime light. daybreak. firefly luminescence. oil &c. cloudy. 353. gaselier[obs3]. torch[Brit]. starlight. Argand[obs3]. duplex. (grease) 356. fuliginous[obs3]. (light color) 429. sun dog|!. sheet lightning. chain lightning. mock sun. dim. flicker. phosphorus. L. shadow of a shade. 421. lanthorn[obs3]. constellation. cockshut time|. zodiacal light. adj. " the prayer of Ajax was for light " [Longfellow]. aurora. scintillator. sconce. pale &c.]. dimness &c. firefly. anthelion[obs3]. dawn. candlelight. girandole[obs3]. shades of evening. -. gliming[obs3]. chandelier. half light. firedrake[obs3]. [chemical substances giving off light without burning] phosphorus. (fire) 382. falling star. yellow phosphorus. moonlight. shadowed forth. owl's light. flashlight. cloud &c. tungsten bulb. canicula. rushlight.. Aldebaran[obs3].

opaqueness &c. vaporous. incandescent. crystalline. (signal) 550. (light) 420. [parts of a light bulb] filament. fog. hyaloid[Med]. shadow &c. smoky. portiere. offuscate|. opacity. vitreform[obs3]. crystal. clarity. chador. translucence. transparency. turbidity.N. the fire that severs day from night " [Twelfth Night]. vitreous. cloud &c. umbrageous. Adj.-. clear as crystal. muddy. phosphorescent. transmit light. glassy. glade. pellucidity[obs3].. firework. cloudy (cloud) 353. cast a shadow &c. illuminate &c. Phr. shutter. opacous|. <-. be opaque &c. cloud. hazy. shady. adiaphanous[obs3]. umbrella. fluorescent. sunshade. fumid[obs3]. Adj. -. pyrotechnics. hyaline. gathering. dim &c. of clouds. Adj. muddiness. #426. vitrite[obs3]. thick. contacts. (cover) 223. murky. film. draw a curtain. impervious to light. lucid. transillumination. opaque. " that orbed continent. v. misty. chemiluminescent. " blossomed the lovely stars. V. nubiferous[obs3]. Shade. blind. limpidity. the forget-me-nots of the angels " [Longfellow]. foggy. fuliginous[obs3].N. put up a shutter. parasol. radiant &c. haziness. thick. tralucent|. obfuscated. nubiferous[obs3]. " the planets in their station list'ning stood " [Paradise Lost]. glass. lymph. transparent medium. turbid. (darken) 421. obscurity. luminescent. socket. transparent. cloud. translucent. foggy.N. screen. muggy|| (turbidity) 426a. smoky. obfuscate. shade. close a shutter. misty. fuliginous[obs3]. translucency.. relucent[obs3]. dirty. gauze. murky. Transparency. phosphoric|!. haze. hazy. diaphanous. awning &c. lucidity. translumination[obs3]. #426a Turbidity -.p. V. mantle. filler gas. (light) 420. 422. " welcome ye shades! ye bowery thickets hail " [Thomson].. adj. limpid. diaphaneity[obs3]. Adj. cloudiness. water. nephelometer[instrument to measure turbidity]. serene. beach umbrella. Opacity. V. 120 --> 191 . mist. umbrage.N. adj. adj. be transparent &c.[microwave radiation]. fumid[obs3]. mask. veil. glowing. transpicuous[obs3]. #424. veil &c. #425. pellucid. neon bulb. transparence. neon sign. fizgig[obs3]. lighthouse &c. obstruct the passage of light. dirty. folding umbrella. Adj. fluorescence. fluorescent lamp. Phr. curtain. chick. " the sentinel stars set their watch in the sky " [Campbell]. muddy. " the Scriptures of the skies " [Bailey]. 353. rocket. V. turbid. 421. -. clear. obfuscated. vaporous. self-luminous.

unfaded[obs3]. white &c. sallow. wash. key.N. fresh. complexion. paint. broken color. pale 192 . wash out. tinctorial[obs3]. ghastly. Adj. emblazon. semipellucid[obs3]. turbidity &c. colorimeter (optical instruments) 445. deep-colored. spectrum analysis. fair. #429. hueless[obs3]. value. ashy. gauze. cold. oil paint &c. 428.#427. Semitransparency. livery.N. tertiary color. harmonious. chromatic dispersion. fade. monochrome. become colorless &c. (see color &c. hue.. discoloration. fly. V. chromatography||. dull. inharmonious. pallidity[obs3]. dye. mordant. pallor. adj. tone. light-colored. translucent. decoloration[obs3]. spectrum. adj. pale. vivid. tarnish. rich. -. tinge. tone down. spectroscopy. dye. Adj. colored &c. tint. cast. semidiaphanous[obs3]. Adj. muddy. gorgeous. tincture.. blond. spectrograph. semitransparency. [Science of color] chromatics. tender. -. spectrometer. glaring. pale as a ghost. coloring. paleness &c. flaunting. [opalescent jewel] opal. stain. primitive complementary color. faint. color. neutral tint. spectroscope. lose color &c. blanch. achromatize. lackluster. full-colored. ingrain. aerial perspective. dye. showy. bright. local color. tingible[obs3]. (fine art) 556. crude. tinge. chromatic. intense. nacre. bedizen. milkiness. three primaries. Color. opalesce. tone. achromatism[obs3]. prismatic. mica. V. glow. polychromatic. flush. pure color. imbue. multihued. milky. delicate. pale. rainbow-colored. colorless. nacreous. medium. gay. % (ii) SPECIFIC LIGHT % #428. illuminate. paint &c. chromatogenous[obs3]. deep. semitransparent.. cadaverous. color. [instruments to measure color] prism. distemper. tint. refined. gay. opalescence. tallow-faced. ashen. black and white. go. (cloud) 353. keeping. coloration. decolorize. chromatology[obs3]. dun. film. gaudy. colorific[obs3]. raw. pastel. dingy. semiopacous[obs3]. etiolated. high-colored. flaring. muslin. mellow.N. bleach. tinct[obs3]. florid. etiolate. achromatic. deprive of color. chromatism[obs3]. discolored &c. uncolored &c. coloring matter. stain. tingent[obs3]. mother-of-pearl. pigment. grain. opalescent. dead. glassy. painting 556. pallid. garish. pearly. [Absence of color. flashy. primary color. pale as death. doublydyed. aplanatic[obs3]. discordant. semiopacity. translucency. turn pale. leaden. 428). pallidness. v. paint. wan. opaline[obs3]. 430. etiolate. -. pale as ashes. pale as a witch. etiolation. wash. V. palefaced[obs3]. sweet. shade. secondary color. mist &c.] Achromatism. pearly. v. pearliness[obs3]. positive color. semiopaque. 426a. frosted.

Adj. black &c. be black &c. white metal. black as thunder. silvered. nigrescent[obs3]. nocturnal &c. denigrate. russet. tone. blackamoor. titanium oxide. soot. black as my hat. printer's ink. swart. alabaster. milk-white. low in tone. argent.N. S. 421. snowy. nigger [U. white as a lily.. jet. Gray. creamy. ivory black. render white &c.. [derogatory terms for black-skinned people] negro. V. carbonate of lead. smutch[obs3]. hoar. iron-gray. darken &c. sooty.. writing ink. ebon. argent. lactescent[obs3]. sable. obscure &c. niveous[obs3]. white lead. adj. somber.N. -.. nigger. [Pigments] Payne's gray. candid.. Indian ink. lily. black as November. ebony. #432. v. ceruse[obs3]. raven. dark color. <-. favillous[obs3]. V. Blackness. darkness &c. render -black &c. adj. S. swarthy. light. snow-white. atramentous[obs3]. infuscation[obs3]. etiolate. roan. black. charcoal. blotch. cool. Adv. sloe. limy. [Pigments] lampblack. adj. in mourning. adj. milk. stone-colored. calcareous. silvery. ivory. pitchy. whiten. white as driven snow. dusky. dark. snow. high in tone. whiteness &c. pearly. blanched &c. ashen. black. cretaceous. pepper and salt. white as silver.. 193 . chalky. (want of light). chiaroscuro &c. white as a corpse. gray.]. albata[obs3]. eburin[obs3].p. barium sulphate[Chem]. etiolation. blackness &c. whitewash. livid. cinereous[obs3]. (dark) 421. adj. lividity. inky. ink. coal pitch.]. blanc fixe[Fr]. man of color.N. white as a sheet. fair. like ivory &c. gray &c. 421. adj. 420. murky. ebony. silver. neutral tint. infuscate[obs3]. paper. pearly. lactescence[obs3]. grey. canescent[obs3]. grisaille[Fr]. Adj. India ink. blueblack. #430. black as a shoe. swartliness[obs3]. dingy. hoary. buck. slate-colored. 431. ashcolored. blanch. grizzled. of the deepest dye. dingy. fuliginous[obs3]. chiaroscuro. somber. ashy. silver. low-toned. Ethiop. a corpse. pearl white. 121 --> #431. cineritious[obs3]. sad. n. white. silvery. crow. whitish. albification[obs3]. sambo. chalk. leaden. color. darkie. blacken. n. Whiteness. jet-black. dun. adj. coon [U. bleach. nigrification[obs3]. blot. be white &c. coal-black. blond. grizzly. 421. mouse-colored. argentine.. Ethiopic. smut. German silver. jetty. -. black as a tinker's pot. silver. black as midnight. 432. black as jet &c. gray &c. printing ink. smirch. -.

brown as a berry. greenness. brown as the oak leaves. % Complementary Colors % #435. Brown. murrey[obs3]. -. pink. v. blowzy. 194 . tawny. render brown &c. adj. carmine. verdant. flesh color. color up. adj. ruby-colored. glaucous. rosy. olive green. verdure. Adj. emerald green. mantle. blush. carbuncle. rubescence[obs3]. rubricose[obs3]. rose du Barry[obs3]. adj. cinnamon. dapple. color.N. blush. russet. ruby. cochineal. high color. purple. ruddle[obs3]. khaki.#433.. red as a turkey cock. annotto[obs3]. blowed[obs3]. brick-colored. burnt. Redness. maroon. flesh-colored. crimson.. Adj. rose. rufous. adj. Indian red. ruddy. russet buff. ruddle[obs3]... pea green. Vandyke brown. verditer[obs3]. v. vert [heraldry]. redden. V. erubescent[obs3]. lurid. scarlet. realgar[ISA:mineral]. Adj. livercolored. fuscous[obs3].. viridescence[obs3].. rubiform[obs3]. blue and yellow. render red &c. blushing &c. grass green. beryl. -. n. red as fire. minium[obs3]. rubricate. iron mold. sea green. peach-colored. [Pigments] terre verte[Fr]. castaneous[obs3]. erubescence[obs3]. rouge. olive green. incarnadine. foxy. V. apple green. rust. brown &c. Venetian red. stammell blood red[obs3]. salmon-colored. verditure[obs3]. [disease of eyes with green tint] glaucoma. rubification[obs3]. damask. chocolate. bottle green. verdigris. rubricate. warm. lake. embrown[obs3]. red as a lobster. fresh color. rufulous[obs3]. -. dust-colored. [Jap: rokunaisho]. claret-colored. annatto[obs3]. foxy. become red &c. incarnadine. brick-colored. redden. tan. rubify[obs3]. rubicund. reddish. brown as mahogany. adj. cherry-colored. madder. fuchsine[obs3]. malachite. nutbrown. verdine[obs3]. emerald. tan. red &c. warmth. aquamarine. red. v. green &c. verd antique[Fr]. bister[obs3][Pigments]. couleur de rose[Fr]. copperas. vermilion. green as grass. hot. fawn-colored.N. reddened &c.adj. verdurous. viridity[obs3]. red ink. maroon.. sanguine. whitey brown[obs3]. lateritious[obs3]. red as blood. light red. Greenness. olive.N. flesh tint. sorrel. auburn. roseate. tanned &c. bay. sun-burnt. green. gules[Heraldry]. [Dyes and pigments] cinnabar. florid. be red. rubineous[obs3]. flush. cr me de menthe[Fr]. coke bottle green. % Primitive Colors % #434. redness &c. brown. red lead. bronze. carroty[obs3]. chestnut.. snuff-colored. carnation. magenta. sepia. absinthe. red as scarlet. brunette. ocher. rubicundity. rose-colored. flamecolored.

inexperienced. creamy. Adj. or. 195 . Phr. creamcolored. V. xanthin[obs3]. bishop's purple. atmospheric. xanthic[obs3]. gold. sky-blue. xanthopous[obs3]. --> <-. bluish. violet. lividity. Mars'orange[obs3].N. #438. Prussian blue. xanthocarpous[obs3].. luteous[obs3]. sallow. blue and red.Footnote 1 p. Purple. jaundice. 122 --> #436. sky-dyed. azure. yolk. (unskillful) 699. watchet|. warm. flavous|. amber-colored. bluishness. blue. bice[obs3]. saffron. empurple[obs3]. Orange. smalt. adj. purple. bloom. [Pigments] gamboge. sulphur-colored. mauve. or. advancing. <-. syenite blue[obs3].greenish. [Pigments] ocher. golden. lapis lazuli. the wearing of the green. Adj. the green grass of Ireland. [Pigments] ultramarine. color. lemon-colored. fulvous[obs3]. turquoise. blue &c.. cardinal grosbeak. jaundiced. gridelin[obs3]. heliotrope. ultraviolet. xanthein[Chemsub]. 122 The author's classification of colors has been retained. yellow &c. yellow ocher. #439. indicolite[obs3]. adj. green [ill. blueness. plum-colored. sapphire. virescent[obs3]. puce. yellow. purple &c. lavender. retiring. xanthocyanopia|!. green with envy. cyanogen[Chemsub]. cadmium.N. Blueness. cerulescent[obs3]. Indian-yellow king's-yellow. lemonyellow. yellow as a guinea. yellowness &c. xanthopsia[Med]. livid. -. London fog|!. citrine. crocu s. powder blue. Adj. cadmium-yellow. adj. yellow as a quince. icterus[obs3]. cerulean. flame &c. adj. zaofulvin[obs3]. though it does not entirely accord with the theories of modern science.N. citron-colored. aureate. purpure[Heraldry].. xanthous[obs3]. xanthite[obs3].. -. cold. fallow. zaffer[obs3]. green (learner) 541[new. sick]. orpiment[obs3]. -. straw-colored. fulvid[obs3]. Claude tint. sandy. chrome-yellow. lilac. aniline dyes. novice]. #437. xanthochroid[obs3]. Yellowness. adj. saffron-colored. orange. -. garter-blue. tawny. amethyst.N. lividness. indigo. yellow as a crow's foot. gold-colored.auricomous[obs3].p. topaz. cardinal bird. primrose-colored. aureolin[obs3]. sky-colored. cobalt. virent[obs3]. lemon yellow. cardinal flower. red and yellow. cardinal lobelia[a flowering plant].

besprinkle. embroider. variegated &c. adj. barred. espionnage[Fr]. tricolor. warm. brindled. 196 . ocelot. pavonine[obs3]. dichroism. clear eye. piercing sight. cymophanous[obs3]. glowing. speculation. discernment. optics. vista. contemplation. many-colored. eyesight. variegate. clear glance. watchtower. point of view. chessboard. perspicacity. espial[obs3]. Adj. bespot[obs3]. spotty. v. white. shot. studded. reconnaissance. vision. butterfly. cheetah. <-. tricolor. regard. brass-colored. maculation. amphitheater. iridescence. view. spotted. short sight &c. glance. conspection|. be variegated &c. loophole..N. visual organ. polychromatic. kaleidoscopic. 123 --> % (iii) PERCEPTIONS OF LIGHT % #441. peacock. watered. patchwork. Joseph's coat. opalescent. glimpse. sprinkle. opal. eagle eye. speckle. marquetry-. striated. v. pupil. apricot-colored. marble. chameleon. naked eye. mosaic. nacreous. plaid. checkers. retina. stare. tesserae[obs3]. streak. coup d'oeil[Fr]. catopsis[obs3]. warm. spectrum. eagle glance. . daedal[obs3]. mackerel. maculate. n.. stipiform[obs3]. orbs. divers-colored. of all the colors of the rainbow. tesselated. fleckered[obs3]. unassisted eye. iridescent. tabby. many-hued. variegation. penetrating glance. piebald. powdered. ochreous[obs3]. naevose[obs3]. commanding view. #440. embroidered &c. dichromatic. glint. braid. saucer eyes. pepper and salt. party-colored. mottled. quick sight. checker. bicolor[obs3]. brinded[obs3]. colors. penetrating sight. sharp sight. flame-colored. -. cornea. spottiness. marbled. stripe. trichroism. freckled. parquetry. 443. motley. optics. play of colors. leopard. periscope. opaline[obs3]. hot. sight.V. belvedere. pearly. copper-colored. gorge de pigeon. rainbow. punctated[obs3]. leer. grizzled. quick glance. gold-colored. gazebo. iris. orange-colored. chatoyant[obs3]. dappled. plaid. piercing eye. clear sight.. organ of vision. harlequin. espionage. ocular inspection. tortoise shell. damascene. striae. dot. check. goggle eyes. watch. flecked. nacre. striolate[obs3]. bird's eye view. sharp glance. bespeckle[obs3]. gaze. chequers.N. ocular demonstration. autopsy. Variegation.introspection. conspectuity|. gild. field of view. eye. stipple. theater. mother-of-pearl. mackerel sky. of all manner of colors. zebra. v. strigose[obs3]. V. quick eye. look. piercing glance.. strigae[obs3]. tattoo.p. ophite[obs3]. perlustration[obs3]. Vision. horizon. arena. paned. listed. tartan. speckled &c. iris. chequer. orange. flea-bitten. inlay. Adj. sharp eye. survey. gooseberry eyes. tortoise shell &c. pied. irisated[obs3]. clouded. peep. versicolor[obs3]. prismatic. polychrome. sight-seeing. mosaic. eagle sight. ken. quilt. veined. tulip. penetrating eye.

" looking before and after " [Hamlet]. turn away the eyes. catch a sight of. hawk. hoodwink. discover. V. seeing &c. gloat on. (limited vision) 443. avert the eyes. pry. watch &c. command a view of. blind as an owl. look askance. blind as a buzzard. Argus[obs3]. ogle. blind as a mole. be blind &c. lose sight of. run the eye through. 443. not see. look on &c. prestriction|. cock the eye. guttaserena (" drop serene "). open one's eye. excecation|. play at bopeep[obs3]. have a sight of. close the eyes. wink at. put one's eyes out. leer. inspect. 124 --> 197 . not look. visible &c. Phr. look upon. pore over. look on. eyeless. optic. get a glimpse of. pull the wool over one's eyes. perceive. amid the blaze of noon" [Milton]. blind. grope in the dark. see with one's own eyes.. at a glance. survey. 446. look round. descry. rivet the eyes upon. optical. sandblind. look full in the face. darkly. cockatrice [Mythical]. teichopsia[obs3]. view. ken. have in sight. Adv. blindly. (hide) 528. Adv. ocular.p. blind as a bat. bend one's looks upon. cast a glance. .. (curiosity) 455. recognize. ablepsia[obs3]. shut the eyes-. dimsighted &c. evil eye. glare. visual. espy. look. sight. gaze. throw dust into one's eyes.. blindness. distinguish. behold. wink &c. discern. lift up the eyes. watch for &c. dazzle. direct the eyes to. (intelligence) 498. cat. look another way. visibly &c. turn the eyes on. catch a glimpse of. Argus-eyed. have the eyes bandaged. observe &c. goggle. (attend to) 457. Phr. lynx. eagle-eyed. screen from sight &c. hawk-eyed. keen-eyed. sightless. have a glimpse of. visionless. #442. prima facie[Lat]. " her eyes are homes of silent prayer " [Tennyson]. Adj. Adj. 446. noctograph[obs3]. lynx-eyed. the scales falling from one's eyes. look about one. dark. Blindness. gloat. basilisk. v. eye. shut the eyes to. adj. set the eyes on. " O dark. (expect) 507. blind as a beetle. stark-blind. look! &c. ablepsy|. see at a glance &c. run the eye over. cataract. (be present) 186. 443. get a sight of. look hard at. wall-eyed. ophthalmic. blindfolded. render blind &c. strain one's eyes. V. with one's eyes open at sight. stone-blind. peer.N. at the first blush. blinded &c. witness. squint. see sights &c. cecity[obs3]. undiscerning[obs3]. (care) 459. scan. v. spy. fix the eyes upon. <-. reconnoiter. be a spectator &c. amaurosis[obs3].eagle.. Int. "thy rapt soul sitting in thine eyes " [Milton]. look over. blind. 444 of. dimsightedness &c. Braille-type. dark. blindfold. Braille. make out. dark. glance round. see. take a peep. in sight of. at first sight. peep. adj. blindfold. look at. blink at. speculate. (attention) 457. cast the eyes on. glance on. glance over turn one's looks upon. " an eye like Mars to threaten or command " [Hamlet]. jeter de la poudre aux yeux[Fr]. n. be blind to. clear-eyesighted &c. look intently. contemplate. stare.

]. sightseer. nictitate. n. rubber *. phased-array 198 . short sight. askant askance[obs3]. blind of one eye. wink. X-ray telescope. albino.#443. optical instruments. (see) 441. ophthalmia. dim-sighted &c. have a mist before the eyes. goggles. V. blearedness[obs3]. fish-eye lens. nictate[obs3]. phantasm. pince-nez. gawk. hard lenses. cock-eyed. witness. spectrum. goggle-eyed. S. Spectator.. near sight. chromatoscope. magnifier. v. magnifying glass. cast in the eye. V. double sight. squint. sunglasses. vision. finder telescope. (show) 448.N. purblind. apparition. compound lens. hand lens. wide-angle lens. -.glasses. shades[coll. blink. coated lens. swimming.]. nictitation. spectator. astronomical telescope. strabism[obs3]. passer by. winking &c. multiple lens. bystander. dizziness. cataract. failing sight. Adj. strabismus. #445. myopic. nystagmus. radiotelescope. (be present) 186. microscope. dazzle. lippitude[obs3]. field glass.N. binoculars. behold &c. anamorphosis[obs3]. zoom lens. mirror lens &c. looming. reflector. dimsightedness &c. tienoscope[obs3]. contact lenses. concave lens.. megascope[obs3]. purblindness. dichroic..S.] -. rubbernecker * [U. folded-path telescope. periscopic lens[obs3]. bifocals. Newtonian telescope.. rubberneck *[U. monocle. blinkard[obs3]. chromato-pseudo-blepsis[obs3]. convex lens. half-blind. astigmatic mooneyed. rubberneck . virtual image. mope-eyed. (instrument) 445. loom. -. ghost. v. specs [coll. telescope. phasma|. long sight. confusion of vision. illusion. (luminary) 423 specter of the Brocken magic mirror[Lat]. have a film over the eyes. blind as a bat &c. ignis fatuus &c. phantasma[obs3]. [Imperfect vision. binocular. xanthopsia[Med]. onlooker. screen &c. obliquity of vision. sunglass. [Limitation of vision] blinker. refraction. mirage. day blindness. barnacles. screw up the eyes. (blind) 442. hemeralopia[obs3]. soft lenses. glass. eyewitness. (hider) 530. look on &c. scotomy[obs3]. meniscus. have a mote in the eye. distortion.]. refracting telescope. optical bench. dim sight. swivel eye. presbyopic[obs3].N. (warning) 668. dull sight half sight. n. spectacles. blear-eyed. squint. opera glass. false light. convexo-concave lens[obs3]. looker-on. lens. burning glass. observer. specter. magic lantern &c. glower. one-eyed. lens system. spy. monoculous[obs3]. dim-eyed. myopia.]. [Fallacies of vision. presbyopia[obs3]. see double. nyctalopia[obs3]. sentinel &c. xanthocyanopia[obs3]. astigmatism. gooseberry-eyed. see through a prism. Daltonism. telephoto lens. refractor. reflecting telescope. astigmatic sight. goggleeyes. beholder. be dimsighted &c. Optical Instruments. witness. mole-eyed. winking &c. color blindness. glare.] Dimsightedness. reading glasses. [Fallacies of vision] deceptio visus[Lat]. phantom. see through a glass darkly. lorgnette. eyeglass. look askant[obs3]. #444. spyglass.

half-wave plate. polarizer. expose itself. barrel. spectroscope. Infrared spectrometer. 457. spring up. burst upon the sight. expose to view &c. cheval-glass. 448. ligth detector. polariscope[obs3]. dissecting microscope. stereoscope. discernible. (manifest) 525. catch the eye. microscopist. present itself. meet the eye. show up. [component parts of telescopes] reticle. -. circular dichroism spectrometer. start up. platform. gastroscopy[Med]. appearance &c. gastroscope[Med]. periscopism[obs3]. pseudoscope[obs3]. perceptible. reveal itself . en vidence. (show) 448. photocell. helioscope[obs3]. eyepiece. one-way mirror. pier-glass. [telescope mounts] altazimuth mount. manifestation &c. hand mirror. come into view. [room with distorting mirrors] fun house. visible spectrometer. light source.. see the light of day. cover glass. conspicuousness. come forth. visible. quarterwave plate. scanning tunneling electron microscope. transmission electron microscope. ocular evidence. perceptibility. Visibility. prism. magnifying mirror. SEM. spectrometer. burst upon the view. UV spectrometer.N. 199 . speculum. come out. goniometer. conspicuousness. produce itself. float before the eyes. come in sight. magic lantern &c. visibility. apparent. scanning electron microscope. eriometer[obs3]. equatorial mount. break through the clouds. make its appearance. polemoscope[obs3]. radiometer. [microscope components] objective lens. peep out.telescope. glimmer. perceivable. distinctness &c. reappear. rear-view mirror. discover itself. come upon the stage. fluorescence microscope. abdominoscope[obs3]. slide glass. crop out. conspicuity[obs3].. peer out. infrared telescope. thaumatrope[obs3]. camera obscura[Lat]. show. 525. (vision) 441. reflector. ocular proof. be become visible &c. slide. #446. beam splitter. bassetting[obs3]. ultraviolet telescope. stand out. cross-hairs. focusing knob. unobscured[obs3]. phase-contrast microscope. in view. field of view &c. basset. heave in sight. photometer. interferometer. diffraction grating. crop up. actinometer[obs3]. adj. appear to one's eyes. burst forth. Very Large Array radiotelescope. attract the attention &c. arise. photomultiplier. show its face. exposed to view. camera lucida[Lat]. monochrometer. recording spectrometer. unclouded. abdominoscopy[obs3]. kaleidoscope. glare. star spectroscope. stereopticon. show manifest itself. scanning densitometer. in full view. refractometer. loom. space telescope. Adj. open to the view. lucimeter[obs3]. turn up. adj. light pipe. chromatrope[obs3]. polyscope[obs3]. exposure. V. electron microscope. looking-glass. fiber optics mirror. speak for itself &c. 525. two-dimensional densitometer. live in a glass house. densitometer. microscopy. in sight. stand forth. appear. photodiode. Fourier transform infrared spectrometer. materialize. photodiode array. come forward. in the foreground. X-ray diffractometer. illuminator. betray itself. counting chamber. ocular demonstration.

hidden. under one's eyes. invisibleness. spectacle.N. Adv. well defined.. outline. georama[obs3]. pageant. nonappearance. be visible.. -. exposure. undefined. rising of the curtain. in focus. sightless. clear. escape notice. appear. diorama.p. under an eclipse. point of view. out of sight. bird's-eye view. be hidden &c. put out of sight. look. outside &c. Adj. wear the appearance of. #447. adj. <-. sight. indistinct. non-apparent. 528. guise. before one's eyes.. phasis[obs3]. panorama. indistinctness &c. panoramic. inconspicuous. before one. indistinguishable. (be blind) 442. adj. angle. unseen &c. mystery. jeu de theatre[Fr]. take the appearance of. insignia &c. color. latency &c. behind the scenes.. seem. a perte de vue[French]. physiognomy. picture. lurk &c. out of focus. dissolving views. render invisible &c. blurred. species. oculis subjecta fidelibus[Lat]. display. pageantry &c. imperceptible. have the appearance of. biograph[obs3]. -. invisibility. face of the thing. mien. lineament feature trait lines. air. ill-defined. gallanty-show. expression. (faint) 422. unapparent. in bold. delitescence[obs3]. cinematograph. (see see &c. cast of countenance. plain. glaring. shadowy. veluti in speculum[Lat]. exhibit the appearance of. magic lantern. adj. (lie hidden) 526. confused. distinct. carry the appearance of. first blush. scenery. cast. landscape. take on the appearance of. staring. vista. complexion. (indication) 550. phiz[obs3]. visage. (ostentation) 882. show. 446. mysterious. mise en sc ne[Fr]. outlook. phase. shape &c. prospect. become visible &c. dim &c. bear the appearance of. aspect. recognizable. phantasmagoria. behind the curtain. stereoscopic. be invisible &c. profile. (hide) 528. Appearance. lose sight of. indefinite. phenomenon. in strong relief. V. face. adj. premonstration|. raree-show. assume the appearance. scene. 200 . concealment &c. phantasm. veiled (concealed) 528. spectacle. Phr. invisible. covered. in one's eye. light. seeming. carriage. 441). ill-marked.. tableau.N. before one's eyes &c. obscured. cut of one s jib. present the appearance of. 125 --> #448. demeanor. moving pictures. not in sight. presence. peep-show. dark. tournure[obs3]. Invisibility. palpable. port. undiscernible[obs3]. view. countenance. indiscernible. misty &c. in sight of. (opaque) 426. cosmorama[obs3]. eclipsed. (fallacy of vision) 443. visibly &c. appearance. definite. lookout. conceal &c. metoposcopy[obs3]. 528. show. coup de theatre. 526. " full many a flower is born to blush unseen " [Gray]. contour. conspicuous. well marked. adj.. image.obvious &c. (latent) 526. coup d'oeil[Fr]. obscure. outside. ombres chinoises[Sp]. phantom &c. unconspicuous[obs3]. look. autoptical[obs3]. perspective. delitescent[obs3]. vue d'oeil[Fr]. (form) 240. V. viewless. 220. covert &c. periscopic[obs3]. (manifest) 525. not see &c. fuzzy. imperceptibility.

evanescence. mental 201 . senses. rationality. intellectual powers. 126 --> % CLASS IV WORDS RELATING TO THE INTELLECTUAL FACULTIES DIVISION (I) FORMATION OF IDEAS Section I.. ALU. be lost to view. conception. assume the semblance of. psyche. to the eye. lost to view. 552. apparent. heart. parts. reason. spirit. Adv. breast. vaporize. apparently. (ejection) 297. carry the semblance of. suffer an eclipse. noddle[obs3]. vanish. cut a figure. retire from sight. wit &c. genius. disappearance. Intellect. go off the stage &c. inner man. mind. departure &c. pate. take the semblance of. intuition. lose sight of. v. intellection. discursive faculties. Phr. lost to sight. leave no trace. supreme principle.N.p. Adj. adj. (make manifest) 525. gone. disappearing &c. present to the view. leave " not a rack behind " [Tempest]. dissolving views. take on the semblance of. fade. intellect. cerebrum. faculties. (skill) 698. missing. Verstand[Ger]. intellectual faculties. 293. exhibit the semblance of. intellectuality. Vernunft[Ger]. as it seems. scull. efface &c. [Science of mind] metaphysics. dissolve. <-. organ of thought. observation. Adj. bear the semblance of. sensory. intelligence.N. the Absolute. in the eyes of. evanescent. 498. thinking principle. pass. association of ideas. headpiece. show &c. ostensible. cognitive powers. at first sight. seeming. Int.present the semblance of. -. ideology. -. instinct. lost. judgment. wits. sensorium[obs3]. ability &c. editio princeps [Lat]. psychology. exit. at the first blush. penetralia mentis[Lat]. soul. ostensibly. capacity. pass out of sight. (depart) 293. vanish! disappear! avaunt[obs3]! get lost! get out of here &c. subliminal consciousness. disappear. prima facie [Lat]. vanishing point. occultation. bosom. skull.. upper story. brainpan[obs3]. psychics. OPERATIONS OF INTELLECT IN GENERAL % #450. avaunt[obs3]. noggin. seemingly. figure. go. brain. on view. undergo an eclipse. seat of thought. evaporate. V. to all appearance. CPU. be gone &c. wisdom &c. look like. #449. 498. cognitive faculties. on the face of it. arithmetic and logical unit. reasoning faculties. ghost. divina particula aurae[Lat]. sconce. cogitative faculties. have the semblance of. melt away. wear the semblance of. pericranium[Med]. brains. eclipse. consciousness. heart's core. head. cranium. [in computers] central processing unit. Disappearance. to all seeming. percipience. understanding.

brainless [all pejorative]. take notice of. adj. Absence or want of Intellect. mens sola loco non exulat [Lat][Ovid]. braindead. idealism. psychical[obs3]. thought. vegetative. " the mind. mimicry. reflection. nooscopic[obs3]. examination &c. fancy &c. V. in petto. philosophy of the Absolute. (think) 451. --> #450a. close study. Platonism. idiotic. be conscious of. metaphysician. association of ideas. reflect. frons est animi janua [Lat][Cicero]. Intuition is reserved for people. consideration. flow of ideas. consider.philosophy. ghostly. mimic. immateriality &c. reverie. philosophy of the Garden. pneumatology[obs3]. (imagine) 515. " stern men with empires in their brains " [Lowell]. workings of the mind. abstraction contemplation. think. brown study &c. Adj. want of intellect &c. 202 . V. study. (attention) 457. respond instinctively. musing. (inquiry) 461 invention &c. subliminal. " thou living ray of intellectual Fire " [Falconer]. deliberation. selfconsultation. philosophy of the Academy. exercitation of the intellect[obs3]. succession of thought. application &c. " my mind is my kingdom " [Campbell]. flow of thought. brute instinct. deep reflection. vegetable. inmost thoughts. fool &c. intellectual[Relating to intellect]. stimulus-response loop. (inattention) 458. philosophy of the mind. appreciate. brain work.differentiate between instinct and intuition. excogitate[obs3]. association of thought. ens rationis [Lat]. V.N. aping (imitation) 19. 317. brainy. realize. dumb animal. moron. craniology[Med]. cerebration. cogitation. thoughtfulness &c. philosophy of the Porch. rational. universal conception. transcendentalism. cranioscopy[Med]. head work. -. spiritual. vegetatively. self-counsel self-communing. Adv. moral philosophy. current of thought. absence of intellect. philosophy of the lyceum. 450. notice. Thought. mental. reconsideration. void of reason.-. <-. exercise of the intellect.: brutality. mark. train of thought. abstract thought. note. second thoughts. ruminate &c. immaterial &c. after thought. universal concept. instinct. current of ideas. deliberate. depth of thought. #451. unendowed with reason. brute force. psychologist &c. Phr. excogitation[obs3]. psychological. instinctively. take cognizance of be aware of. mature thought. hyperphysical[obs3]. animastic[obs3]. metaphysical. idiot. superphysical[obs3]. meditation. cogitate. instinctive reaction. succession of ideas.N. retrospection &c. spiritualism. train of ideas. imbecility &c. speculation. Pavlovian response. subjective. moronic. thoughtless. imbecile. intellection. subconscious. 317. pondering. lucubration. 499. ideality. thoughts. (imagination) 515. ape (imitate) 19. Adj. conditioned response. phrenology. endowed with reason. like Pavlov's dog. cerebral. 501. the music breathing from her face " [Byron]. Adv. locos y ninos dicen la verdad [Sp]. (memory) 505.

V. " go speed the stars of Thought "[Emerson]. con over. Phr. bent to meditation " [Richard III]. perpend. sedate. inunderstanding[obs3]. take into one's head. unbend the mind. philosophical. studious. come into one's head. study. sleep upon. hammer at. digest. set one's brain to work. Adj. 499. thinking &c. the mind turning upon. present itself. not think of. bethink oneself. pensive. 451. sink into the mind. meditative. under consideration. " thoughts that breathe and words that burn " [Gray]. 203 . narrow-minded &c. (attend) 457. crack one's brains. D. vacuous. bend -. incogitancy[obs3]. trow[obs3]. flash on the mind. run in one s head.N. nurture an idea &c. dream. en toute chose il faut considerer la fin[Fr][obs3]. off one's mind. N. contemplative.p. (inattention) 458. inconsiderate. <-. contemplate. apply mind &c. discuss. thoughtlessness &c. revolve in the mind. no-brain. fancy &c. cherish an idea. the mind running upon. take counsel &c. (be advised) 695. entertain an idea. " freshpluckt from bowers of never-failing thought " [O. fatuity &c. 451. enter the mind. animadvert. pass in the mind. Adv. indulge in reverie &c. lost in thought &c. (inattentive) 458. chew the cud upon. museful[obs3]. veg out. unthinking. commune with oneself. deep musing &c. vacancy. make an impression. turn over in the mind. undreamt 'of. vacuity. " thoughts in attitudes imperious " [Longfellow]. the mind being on the stretch. have in one's mind. speculative. advise with one's pillow. " thought is parent of the deed " [Carlyle]. take into consideration. meditate.bestow thought upon. be uppermost in the mind. brood over. appreciate. dismiss from the thoughts &c. ransack one's brains. vacant. muse. take counsel of one's pillow. set one's wits to work. 127 --> #452. divert the mind. Platonic. penetrate into the mind. unoccupied. get into one's head. engross the thoughts. cross the mind. (intent) 457. ruminate. occur. couch potato. beat one's brains. come uppermost. unthought of. unconsidered. float in the mind. 481. " the power of thought is the magic of the Mind " [Byron]. -. run over in the mind. not think &c. (imagine) 515. diverted. 499. (inattentive) 458.]. Volk der Dichter und Denker [Ger]. wistful. vivere est cogitare [Lat][Cicero]. Meredith]. thoughtful. vegetable. 453. realize. strike one. ponder. deliberative. rack one's brains. reflective. unintellectual. bestow consideration upon. dismiss from the mind. harbor an idea. Adj. bear in mind. cudgel one's brains. speculate. absent &c. " so sweet is zealous contemplation " [Richard III]. relax the mind. " divinely. occupy the mind. v. weigh. put away thought. mindless. fasten itself on the mind. (be inattentive) 458. [Absence or want of thought. flit across the view. " those that think must govern those that toil " [Goldsmith]. introspective. the head turning upon. irrational &c.] Incogitancy. all things considered. reconsider. collect one's thoughts.. suggest itself. thoughtless. unideal[obs3]. flash across the mind. " in maiden meditation fancy-free " [M. in the mind.

foreknowledge 204 . head. <gr/eidolon/gr>[Grk]. (imagination) 515. archetype. inquiring &c. pry. impression. resolution. organizing conception. prying. in question. chapter. curiosity killed the cat. lionize. theme. adj. subject matter. -. <-. S. notion. topic. disinterest. (question) 461.] Incuriosity. curiousness. inquisitorial. (news) 532.point of view &c. what's the matter? what next? consumed with curiosity. <gr/noemata/gr>] Topic.. argument. <gr/noemata/gr>[Grk]. on foot.N. snoopy. Paul Pry. V.N. material for thought. [Absence of curiosity. % Section II. adj. incuriousness &c. omnivorous intellect. insouciance &c. incuriosity. see sights. 9. thesis. boredom.. "curiouser and curiouser" [Alice in Wonderland]. inquiring mind. inquisitiveness. matter in hand. abstract idea. curious. be curious &c. 128 --> <-. not to be thought of. 461. [person who desires knowledge] inquirer. Phr. curious as a cat. take an interest in. subject. -. seeker after truth. under consideration. guiding conception. (opinion) 484. rubberneck. Adj. 514. prurient. V. satisfaction brought it back. theory &c. #456. gossip &c. subject of thought. seeker[inquirer after religious knowledge]. float in the mind . (aspect) 448.] Curiosity. inquisitory[obs3]. field of view. intellectual. interest. on the tapis[obs3]. rubberneck*[U . moot point. in the mind. theorem. fancy.p. apprehension. thirst for knowledge. prick up the ears. nosy. formative notion. pabulum pictura pascit inani[Lat][obs3]. thought of. PRECURSORY CONDITIONS AND OPERATIONS % #455. regulative principle. sentiment. problem &c. view &c. peering. lack of interest. in petto. agape &c. inquisitive.] Idea. thirst for truth. gape. perception. conception. affair. field of inquiry.N. reflection. text. -. -. quidnunc[Lat]. phantasy &c. 866. relative to &c.incogitable[obs3]. image. proposition. food for the mind. burning with curiosity. curiosity. absence d'esprit. case. ennui (weariness) 841. uppermost in the mind. indifference.]. newsmonger. (expectant) 507. Phr. overcurious. eavesdropper. Adj. [The desire of knowledge. observation. [Object of thought. business. what it is about.recall distinction between objective reality and perception thereof: noumenon and phenomenon --> #454. image in the mind. on the carpet. pass in the mind &c. matter. mental pabulum. on the docket. satiety &c. idea. point. conceit. devouring mind. 639. consideration. nose. [Subject of thought. motion. Adv.N. sightseer. 451. stare. #453. thought.

look over. 823. active thought. give a thought to. introspection. intense application. alertness. observance. see. adj. give the mind to. diligent study. watch &c. be incurious &c. bear in mind. devote the eye to. incurious. (care) 459. adj. (neglect) 460. labored application. v. have no curiosity &c. study. detached. scrutinize. reflection. (expect) 507. (abstraction) 458. keep in sight. contemplate &c. turn over the leaves. V. minute study. (topic) 454.. indication. apply the eye to. diligent thought. active application. revision. intense study. meet with attention. see to. bend one's mind to.. skim &c. be attentive &c. fix attention on. exclusive study. attention. recognize. take note of. scrutiny inspection. minute application. attend. abstract attention. profound thought. glance at. look to. pass under review. review. keep the eyes open. abstract application. bend the mind to. pay heed to. revert to. deep thought. pore over. consider. examine. trouble one's head about. think out. thought &c. glance over. pay attention to. pass the eyes over. have the eyes open. indifferent. perstringe|. notice. turn the eye to. deep attention. give the eye to. intentness. apply the mind to. take notice. 451. close thought. presence of mind &c. mind one's business. heedfulness.(foresight) 510. profound application. diligent attention. take a cursory view of. (think of) 451. listen to. profound study. take into account. revise. adj. particularity. deliberate application. Adj. mind one's own business. intense attention. circumspection. deliberate study. 205 . look into. hearken to. animadvert to. have an eye to. come to the point. advert to. close attention. #457. exclusive attention. cast the eyes over. exclusive thought. give one's mind to. rivet attention on. apply the attention to. fall under one's observation. give attention to. fix the mind on. keep in view. deep application. advertency[obs3]. intentiveness[obs3]. direct the attention to. have regard to. bend the eye to. heed. exclusive application. examine cursorily. take into consideration. direct the eye to.. advertence. view. remark.. regard &c. look. turn the mind to. take stock of. active attention. examine intently. v. take no interest in &c. hear out. turn the attention to. deep study. occupy oneself with. perpension|. 455. V. revisal. close application. diligence &c. overhaul. 823. direct the mind to. abstract thought. look at. observation. look after. labored thought. minuteness. intense thought.N. make note of. incline an ear to. calling attention to &c. uninterested. labored study. minute thought. heed. bend the attention to. Attention. fix the eye on. mark. labored attention.. (take care of) 459. take cognizance of entertain. scan. consideration. dip into. active study. regard. mindfulness. attention to detail. prick up the ears. have in one's eye. -. minute attention. mind. give heed to. impassive &c. aloof. profound attention. absorption of mind &c. note. observe. be under consideration &c. glance upon. lend an ear to. close study. deliberate attention. give the attention to. inspect. notice. devote the thoughts to. abstract study. uninquisitive. run over. diligent application. fall under one's notice. examine closely. deliberate thought.

457. drop the subject. alert. catch the thoughts. attract notice. riveting. oversight. (indifference) 866. (sign) 550 upon. breathless. occupied with. absorb the mind. transfixed. pass by &c. preoccupation. indigitate|. engage the mind. invite the attention. undistracted. point to. (neglect) 460 not observe &c. steadfast. point the finger at. solicit the mind. solicit the thoughts. put a mark &c. engage the attention. dismiss from one's thoughts. solicit the attention. abstraction.. occupy the attention. wrapped in. vnimanie[Russ][Russian]. see! look. mindful. insouciance &c.". fit of abstraction. attract the attention. v. strike the eye. 206 . put aside. discharge from one's thoughts. observant. distraction. point out. discharge from one's mind. engross the mind. discard from one's mind. absorption of mind. disregard. Achtung[German]. inadvertency. (neglect) 460. look to it! mark! lo! behold! soho[obs3]! hark. Attention! Now hear this! Oyez!. inconsideration. (inattentive) 458. strike the attention. [compelling attention] interesting. notice! O yes! Oyez! dekko[obs3]! ecco[obs3]! yoho! Phr. <-. this is to give notice. bring under one's notice. rivet the attention.. absorbed. look you. point at. wake the mind. rivet the thoughts. indicate. be uppermost in the mind. turn aside.B. fix the mind. inconsiderateness &c. turn a deaf ear to. nonobservance. Int. I'd have you to know. (inactivity) 683. upon the stretch. adj. observing &c. rivet the mind. open-eyed. hark ye! mind! halloo! observe! lo and behold! attention! nota bene [Latin]. absence of mind. note well. catch the attention. awake to. direct attention to. heedlessness &c. invite the thoughts. occupy the mind. strike the thoughts. (careful) 459. attract the thoughts. inattention. catch the mind. deep musing.p. etourderie[French]. arrest the attention. intent on. wake the attention. lay the finger on. fix the attention. show. finem respice[Lat]. claim the attention excite the attention. watchful &c. think no more of. absorb the attention. adj.catch the eye. (expectant) 507. arrest the thoughts. Inattention. set aside. Adj. want of thought. awaken the mind. -. turn away from. claim the mind excite the mind. breathless. invite the mind. disregard. chui[Japanese]. dictum sapienti sat est [Latin: a word to the wise is sufficient]. attract the mind. riveted. alive to. engrossed in. awaken the attention. claim the thoughts excite the thoughts. "N. fix the thoughts.N. discard from one's thoughts. mesmerized. pay no attention to. wake the thoughts. turn one's back upon.. on the watch &c. occupy the thoughts. these are to give notice. overlook. preoccupied &c. taken up with. arrest the mind. bring forward &c. inadvertence. think little of. be present to the mind. engross the thoughts. brown study. turn one's attention from. supineness &c.. engaged in. be inattentive &c. rapt. (make manifest) 525. regardful. call soldiers to " attention ". awaken the thoughts. strike the mind. hypnotized. V. dismiss from one's mind. engrossing. mesmerizing. glued to (the TV). call attention to. look here. shut one's eyes to. 129 --> #458. close one's eyes to. engage the thoughts. engross the attention. attentive. reverie. absorb the thoughts.

daydreaming. put out of one's head. see after. divert the attention.N. (conscientiousness) 939. play gooseberry.] -. absent-mindedly &c. unthinking. taking care &c. look after. undiscerning[obs3]. sure-footed. disconcert. (order) 58.. thoughtful &c. keep watch. moider[obs3]. V. fluster. circumspection &c. Int. v. napping. heedless . muddle.. come in at one ear and go out at the other. watch. minuteness. dream. muzzy[obs3]. inadvertently. precaution &c. in a reverie &c. Adj.. loeil du maitre[Fr]. (attentive) 457. dizzy. (exactness) 494. stand easy! Phr. care. adj. look out. rapt. respectless[obs3]. adj. considerate. preoccupied. pay attention to &c. heedful. (cautious) 864. keep in view. blind. perplex. call off the attention. 130 --> #459. bemused. dreamy. giddy-brained. it never entered into one's head. (preparation) 673. particular. careful regardful. 207 . vigil. keep in sight. wild. put out. v. solicitude. harum-scarum. thoughtless. matronize[obs3]. unheeding. set watch. percursory[obs3]. lost in thought.. abstracted. mindless. cursory. lost. 129 <-. watch for &c. Adv. deaf. heed. the attention wanders. inattentive. distract the mind. watch. distracted. heedfulness &c. 510. mount guard. forethought &c.abstract oneself. keep a sharp eye on. prudence &c. musing on other things. absent. chaperon. keep a sharp lookout. put out &c. one's wits gone a woolgathering. (deliberative) 451. confuse. adj.. be careful &c. adj[obs3]. attention to detail. sub silentio[Lat]. (neglectful) 460. careless &c. inadvertent. birdwitted. anxiety. distrait. see to. mind. prudent &c. (expect) 507. caught napping. engrossed &c. inattentively. absentminded. one's wits gone a bird's nesting. escape notice. alertness &c. rantipole[obs3]. surveillance. n. look to. provident &c. (cleanliness) 652. hare-brained.. mind one's business. ecervele [French]. wrapped in thought. offhand. draw off the attention. escape attention. look about one. (be cautious) 864. 457. one's thoughts being elsewhere. stand at ease. giddy. hand over head.p. had it been a bear it would have bitten you. off one's guard &c. disconcerted. take care &c. (have no remembrance) 506. regardless. indulge in reverie. scruple &c. have all one's wits about one. vigilance. keep watch and ward. unreflective. [Vigilance. the mind running on other things. (prepared) 673. heedless. reck[obs3]. Adj. unreflecting[obs3]. eyes of Argus[obs3].. dreaming on other things. keep an eye on. look with one's own eyes. unobservant. (caution) 864. (active) 682. unmindful. accuracy &c. inconsiderate. look sharp. throw a sop to Cerberus. (inexpectant) 508[obs3]. have all one's eyes about one. watchfulness &c. forget &c. tidiness &c. sleep with one's eye open. attention &c. in the clouds. (indifferent) 866. call away the attention. per incuriam[Lat]. 457. have the eyes open. brainsick[obs3]. bewilder. alert &c. discompose. listless &c. keep a good lookout. Care. scatterbrained. (activity) 682. giddy as a goose. keep one's eyes open. take care of. dazzle. watch and ward. highflying.

off one's guard. perfunctory. do by halves. "O polished perturbation! Golden care!" [Henry IV]. laches[Law]. let pass. (clean) 652. turn a deaf ear to. 457. with care. waiter on Providence. (intelligent) 498. shut one's eyes to. buried in a napkin. be negligent &c. #460. negligent. anyhow. -. watchful. wakeful. keep out of sight. (indifferent) 823. take no thought of. not mind. lay aside. (insensibility) 823. v. slight &c. 863. Adj. unguarded. unexplored. unstudied. heedless. inconsiderate. pretermit[obs3]. on one's guard. slip over.. blink. shelved. unweighed[obs3]. inattentive &c. adj. imprudent. leave a loose thread. neglecting &c. unseen. negligently &c. accurate &c. unsearched[obs3]. cavendo tutus &c. oversight. Argus-eyed. careless. refuse to hear. reckless &c. offhand. "care will kill a cat" [Wither]. omission. skip. jump. on the qui vivre[Fr]. put out of sight. cst aside. put aside.. shunted. overlook. (exact) 494. (dirt) 653. neglectful. set aside. not trouble one's head about. improvident &c. throw off one's guard. 730. improvidence &c.guarded. (dirty) 653. Adv. paraleipsis [in rhetoric]. neglected &c. nonchalance &c. feebleness &c. v. 459). unnoted[obs3]. take no care of &c. table [parliamentary]. put off one's guard. default. 458. recklessness &c. slur. imprudence. "the incessant care and labor of his mind" [Henry IV]. unwary. (disorderly) 59. negligence. inexactness &c. abandoned. jump over. unremarked. pass over. let the grass grow under one's feet. divert. not attend to &c. unmarked. render neglectful &c. scamp. paralipsis.. adj. carefully &c. trifle. unscanned[obs3]. laisser aller[Fr]. shelve. slovenliness &c. (conscientious) 939. distract. neglect. inattention &c. not trouble oneself with. Neglect. be caught napping &c. unsifted. unnoticed. carelessness &c. scrupulous &c. (not expect) 508. inexact &c. forget &c. skip over. (orderly) 58. (despise) 930. unthought of. unattended to.gloss over. wistful. gingerly. (disorder) 59. unexamined. give the go-by to. (safe) 664[Lat]. hand over head. 863. effleurer [Fr].. on watch. lose sight of. take no account of. on the watch for (expectant) 507. on the alert.. fribble[obs3]. ni bebas agua que no veas [Sp]. unobserved. 674. awake. unmindful. skim the surface. remiss. adj.. push aside. slovenly &c. unregarded[obs3]. cut. 458. noncompletion &c. omit. Micawber. (inactivity) 683. adj. take a cursory view of &c. unwatchful[obs3]. thoughtless. wink at. trifler. (take care of &c. insouciant &c. supineness &c.. pay no regard to. slur over. adj.. tidy &c. ignore. take no notice of. disregard. incircumspect[obs3]. skim. pigeonhole. miss. uncircumspect[obs3]. Adv. uncared-for. quis custodiet istos custodes? [Latin: who will watch the watchers?]. hid under a bushel. (erroneous) 495. play with. let slip. 457. pas by. neglect. supine &c. leave out of one's calculation. in an unguarded 208 . (inactive) 683. take no note of. trifle with. sink. on the lookout. broad awake. vigilant. unmissed[obs3]. V.N. paralepsis. unperceived. 506. v. 674. (error) 495. trifling &c. unheeded. Phr. not trouble oneself about. wide awake &c.let go. connive at. 575.

parse. study &c. look into every hole and corner. desideratum. Question] -. domiciliary visit. look through. pursue &c. hunt out. out of mind. institute an inquiry. Phr. inquire about. sift. ransack. bone of contention &c.. trail. follow the scent. point to be solved. (secret) 533. rummage. go deep into. study. (consideration) 451. query. calculation. calculate. <-. strict search. seek. dodge. scrutator scrutineer scrutinizer[obs3]. scratch the head. v. let it pass. point in dispute. pervestigation|. sound. go through. per incuriam[Lat]. probe to the quick. fair question. examination. knotty point &c. exploration. (experiment) 463. unearth. feel for &c. moot point. canvass. threshold of an inquiry. try in all its phases.N. inquisitor. questioning &c. look round. indagation|. leading question. interpellation. beat up one's quarters. reconnaissance. interrogation. discuss. exhaustive inquiry. 662. pursue an inquiry. go over. (discord) 713. request &c. investigator. discussion &c. feeler. examiner. pry. anatomize.moment &c. slap the forehead. make inquiry &c. close inquiry. prosecute an inquiry &c. reconnoitering. carry out an inquiry. 209 . reconnoiter. search out. cross-examination. fish for. fathom. follow the trail. Socratic method. espionnage[Fr]. winnow. investigation. look about for. out of sight. probe. resolve. hunt. seek a clew. induction. V. searching inquiry. lantern of Diogenes. make sure of. exploitation. n. strict inquiry. view in all its phases. consider. resolution. track. pry into every hole and corner. look over. peer. porism[obs3]. sound. enigma &c. perscrutation[obs3]. (reasoning) 476. 765. narrow search. subject of inquiry. [transitive: object is a topic] ask about. [inquire into a topic] examine. ventilation. leave no stone unturned. agitate. 131 --> #461 Inquiry [Subject of Inquiry. scrutiny. fish out. question at issue. espionage. carry on an inquiry. search. ferret out. pursuit &c. n. quest. trial. dissect. scire facias[Lat]. Int. no matter. analyze. hunt down. querist[obs3]. conduct an inquiry. dive into. dissection. preexamine.. trace up. analysis. peep behind the curtain. ask. matter in dispute. field of inquiry. (difficulty) 704. issue. catechist. quodlibet. quidnunc &c. inquiry.p. 622. analyst. mouse. look at. sifting. scan. v. open question. [person who questions] inquirer. inquire. look into. dip into. trace. Baconian method[obs3]. examination. take up an inquiry. nose. inquest. seek a clue. overhaul. review. ad referendum. peer into every hole and corner. scrutinize. research. inquisition.. investigate. subject of controversy. search. challenge. question. zetetic philosophy[obs3]. problem. catechism. follow up an inquiry.. interrogatory. thresh out. probe to the bottom. look out for. inspector. prying &c. explore. spy. (unexpectedly) 508. (curiosity) 455[Lat]. plain question. never mind. perquisition[obs3]. delve into. look for.

in dispute. undergo examination. hunt out &c. Adj. eureka! <-. in search of. (uncertain) 475. Int. experiment. solve &c. give the third degree. Adv. rescript. test. (inquire) 461. requisitive|. (indication) 550. surrebutter[obs3]. under discussion. sub judice[Lat]. adj. reply. probe. under investigation &c. ventilate the question. press for an answer. explain &c. repartee. essay &c. (think over) 451. discover &c. respondent. response. Adv. pop the question. 513. propose the question.N. feel the pulse. counter statement. antiphony. rebutter. criterion. subject to examination. (curious) 455. doubtful &c. (explanation) 522. put to the proof &c. put to the inquisition. moot the question. answer. inquisitive &c. v. pick the brains of.N. rejoin. rebut. (unriddle) 522. how is it? what is the reason? what's the matter. give for answer. litmus test.. demand. untried. return &c. proof. raise the question. go into a question. trial. Experiment. diagnostic. verification. subject to interrogation. inquiry &c. cross-examine. catechetical[obs3]. subject to examination. on the lookout for.. 695. take into consideration &c. retort. acknowledge. rescription[obs3]. retort. get the lay of the land. satisfy. (interpret) 522. determine. clue &c. discovery &c. antiphon[obs3]. riposte. 210 . suck the brains of. 480a. (record) 551. tax. rejoinder. put one's ear to the ground. conclusive. take counsel &c. echo. acid test. in quest of. what? why? wherefore? whence? whither? where? quaere? how comes it[Lat]. in course of inquiry. v. see how the wind is blowing. inquisitorial. respond. oracle &c. bring into question. answer. answering &c. interrogate. moot. Answer. -. in question.. zetetic[obs3]. tentative method. 480a. on the right scent. analysis &c. [intransitive] question. return for answer. Adj. requisitory[obs3]. proposed. (experiment) 463.p. #462. dodge|!. echo. (investigation) 461. n. on the scent. t tonnement.bring in question. question[transitive: human object].. solution &c. responsive. probation. put the question. screen. suggest the question. interrogative. because &c. analytic. audit. put to the question. start the question. pass in review. in issue. propound the question. undetermined. crucial test. how happens it. V. cross-question. (cause) 153. grapple with the question. password. under consideration. require an answer. experimentum crucis[Lat]. -. replication. catechize. (demonstration) 478. acknowledgment. (attempt) 675. what's in the wind? what on earth? when? who? nicht wahr?[Ger]. stir the question. all searching. reply. pump. [intransitive] be in question &c. fathom. put forth the question. set at rest. (cause) 153. 132 --> #463. Oedipus. surrejoinder[obs3]. undecided. rationale &c.

beat about for. [results of comparison] discrimination 465. collation. get the lay of the land. -. untested. give it a try. give a trial to. on one's trial. feeler. experiment. experimenter. 633. scout. make a trial of. place side by side. test fly. see how the wind blows. try. under probation.]. simile. see how the land lies. submit to the proof. cast for.unverified. contrast. technician. probationary. double-blind experiment. matching. try one's strength. statistical analysis. relative estimate. pit against one another. (metaphor) 521. empiricism. [results of experiment] discovery &c 480. probatory[obs3]. ordeal. relativity. similitude. Phr. sound out. bob for. consult the barometer. cast one's net. experimental animal. fish for. experimentee[obs3]. t tonner. leap in the dark. test tube. assay. identification. compare with. subject. touchstone. (inquire) 461. 211 . angle. survey. V. empirical. set against one another. Comparison. straw to show the wind. pattern-matching. poll. analytical instruments &c. curcuma paper[obs3]. controlled experiment. check. put out a feeler. retrospective survey. check it out. put on trial. identification 465b." #464. compare to. comparative estimate. epidemiological survey[Med]. beat the bushes. submit to the test. speculation. experimental. abduction. V. verify. library research. ring. under examination. on approval. measurement &c. road-test. bring to the test.N. practice upon. Adj. try out. fumble. subject to trial. random shot. opinion poll. send up a pilot balloon. collate. tentative. trawl. retrospective analysis. pilot balloon. analyzer. probative. speculative. literature search. scientist. essay &c. (endeavor) 675. try one's fortune &c. see how it goes. take the pulse. allegory &c. [reasoning about an experiment] deduction. assayist[obs3]. trial balloon. contrast. test the waters. [quantitative comparison] ratio. tryout. comparison. touch. pix[obs3]. explore &c. evidence &c. "Run it up the flagpole and see who salutes. analytic. aller t tons[Fr]. grope. turmeric paper. pilot engine. throw out a feeler. take for a spin. reagent. (near) 197. test. litmus paper. guinea pig. see. grope for one's way. adventurer. [experimental method] protocol. experimentalist. experiment upon. analyst. rule of thumb.crucible. prospective survey. on trial. confront. feel out. induction. Adv. check. make an experiment. send up a trial balloon. 466. 467. blind experiment. docimastic[obs3]. provisional. put to the test. juxtapose &c. balance. check out[coll. prove. (adventure) 675. analogy (similarity) 17. proportion (number) 84. engineer. messenger balloon. experimental method. rehearse. unproven. test drive. prospective analysis. on probation. feel one's way. audition. indiscrimination 465a[obs3]. feel the pulse. experimentist[obs3]. assay.

draw a parallel. refinement.]. recognize. 212 . compare notes. know which is which. v. memory &c. (memory) 505. a distinction without a difference. discriminate. indiscriminate. (doubt) 475. comparative. Phr. split hairs. confuse. separate.N. #464a Incomparability [Lack of comparison] -. penetration. 521. find similarity (similarity) 17. put in its proper place.identify. acuteness. comparable. incommensurate. put in its proper niche. dope*. metaphorical &c. #465a. assimilation. 1] Discrimination. incomparable. discrimination. 522. (relation) 9. match. like apples and oranges.N. diorism[obs3]. dereplication. appreciation of difference. incommensurability. nitpick. (intelligence) 498. parallel. estimate &c. critique. identify. indiscrimination[obs3]. parva componere magnis[Lat]. compared with &c. separate the chaff from the wheat. V.. no basis for comparison. place in order (arrangement) 60. weigh carefully. Phr. 466. judged by comparison. nicety. Adj. know " a hawk from a handsaw" [Hamlet].N. 505. overlook &c. la critique est aisee et l'art est difficile [Fr]. Phr. indistinction[obs3]. separate the men from the boys. Adj. no standard for comparison. severalize[obs3]. draw a fine line. [results of comparison. recall. [results of comparison. -. take into account. undiscriminating. give due weight to. <-. V.. diagnosis. match. #465. indistinguishability. recognize. sift. incomparability. recognition. 3] Identification. distinguish. quibble. (neglect) 460 a distinction: confound. identification. apperception. v. unmeasured. distinction. Adj. v. uncertainty &c. perception of difference.p. nice. not discriminate &c. incomparability &c. differentiation. incommensurable. indistinguishablility &c. identify. discernment &c. Adv. -. allow due weight to. (measure) 466. cognizance (knowledge) 490. relatively &c.-. 850. " comparisons are odorous " [Much Ado about Nothing]. comparisons are odious. draw the line. 465. tact. institute a comparison. interpretation &c. 2] Indiscrimination. 465a.N. estimation &c. undistinguished|!. [results of comparison.15. remember &c. know what is what. classification. dioristic[obs3]. diagnosis. match up. indistinctness. Phr. miles apart. past performances.. indistinguishable. 464a. V. undistinguishable[obs3]. match. judgment. winnow the chaff from the wheat. promiscuous. il y a fagots et fagots. rem acu tetigisti[Lat][obs3]. classify. discriminating &c. 133 --> #465b. valeat quantum valere potest[Lat. nice perception. taste &c. Adj. discriminative. take into consideration. as compared with &c. nuances. different &c. distinctive.

metage[obs3]. metrology. standardize. odometer.] -. measure. geometry. detectable. vernier &c. probe. determinability[obs3]. galvanometer. fathomable. 550. topography). dynamometer. 382). meter. foot rule. refractometer. facts. latitude and longitude. graduated cylinder. perceptible. 29. appraisement. grounds. pycnometer (liquid density) . pneumometer[obs3]. index &c. geometer.. (minuteness) 193. geiger counter. volumetric flask (volume). telemeter. metric . geodesy. watch. assay. hypsometry[obs3]. % Section Ill. (numeration) 85. interferometer. appreciable. standard. estimation. heliometer. (weight) 319. anemometer (wind velocity). marigraph[obs3]. MATERIALS FOR REASONING % #467. evidence. rate. 338). noticeable. variometer[obs3]. set a value on. barometer (air &c. graduated scale. evaluate.N. estimate. armillary sphere[obs3]. span. computability. plumb. v. ombrometer[obs3]. apply the compass &c. 213 . weigh. high water mark. radar (distance). topographical. determine. compound arithmetic. altimetry[obs3]. declination and right ascension. ponderable. side-looking radar (shape. spectrophotometer (light absorbance). assize. sonar (depth in water). pantometer[obs3]. ordinate and abscissa. Measurement. yard measure. premises. line. rheometer. horse power. heave the lead. astrolabe. V. measure. measuring &c. v. radar gun (velocity). rain gauge. mass spectrophotometer(molecular mass). determinable. vacuometer[obs3]. pneumatometer[obs3]. Evidence [On one side. metrical.N. n. praecognita[Lat]. assessment. cartographic. take an average &c. chronometer (time). graduation. graduate. polar coordinates. thermistor (heat &c. flood mark. geodesia[obs3]. land surveying. fathom. survey. valuation. check. viameter[obs3]. geodetics[obs3]. appraise. reckoning &c. surveying. scale &c. anemometer (wind 349). mete. coordinates. gage. spirometer[obs3]. -. assess. compass. stereometry[obs3]. landmark &c. scale. topographic. balance.#466. gauge. rain gage. light meter (light intensity). form an estimate. scintillation counter(radioactivity). gauge. voltmeter(volts) . stethograph[obs3]. rod. geodetical. estimate. nonius[obs3]. densitometer (color intensity). admeasurement[obs3]. measurement. clock. (limit) 233. pluviometer[obs3]. Adj. survey. [instruments for measuring] bathometer. velo[obs3]. gauging &c. cadastre[Fr]. data. measurability. altitude and azimuth.. Plimsoll line. measurable. sound. orthometry[obs3]. udometer[obs3]. value. dividers. cartographical.. thermometer. pneumatograph[obs3]. appreciate. radiometer. respirometer. calipers. pace step. mensuration. goniometer (angle 244) meter. land surveyor. stopwatch. dead reckoning. weights and measures. ammeter(amps). rule. heave the log.

cite. betoken. ratify. warrant. constructive evidence. support. 551. expert testimony. deliver as one's act and deed. testimony. testification[obs3]. bring into court. literature search (experiment) 463. valeat quantum[Lat]. material evidence. Adj. corroboration. confront witnesses. bear witness &c. state's evidence. deponent. witness. speak for itself &c. witness. bring home to. allege. n. reference. certify. tell of. warrant. (test) 463. bespeak. extrinsic evidence. 463. 550. comprobation|.. dictum de dicto[Lat]. (assent) 488. produce witnesses. hostile witness. by inference. establish. rake up evidence. (manifest) 525. (demonstration) 478.. Phr. repose on. wager of law. cumulative evidence. compurgation[obs3]. earwitness. a fortiori. place into evidence. objective evidence. circumstantial evidence. quote chapter and verse. criterion &c. sponsor. evidence in chief. involve. bear out. testamur[obs3]. sign and seal. imply. sign. argue. breathe. diploma. intrinsic evidence. grounded on. seal. make good. [provide conclusive evidence] make absolute. adduce. authenticate. bring to book. v. authentication. exhibit. (assent) 488. of. indicate &c. corroborate. signature. prove (demonstrate) 478. document. plead. attest. deducible &c. undersign[obs3]. oral evidence. indicative.. based on. [obtain evidence] collect evidence. carry weight. deposition &c. certificate. voucher. confirmatory. admission &c.. credential. legal research. speak volumes. indicator. <-. material witness. eyewitness. internal evidence. have weight. (identification) 550. cojuror[obs3]. still more. mark into evidence. bring forward. examination. showing &c. refer to. n. (affirmation) 535. ratification &c. doquet[obs3]. pi ce justificative[obs3]. corroborative. witness. confirmation. according to. 478. bring together evidence. support. record &c. (assent) 488. Adv. external evidence.indication &c. founded on. evince. confirm. n. proof &c. warranty &c. raison de plus[Fr]. rest upon. citation. deed. under seal. in corroboration &c. still less. mise en evidence[Fr. acknowledge &c. be evidence &c. call to witness. tell. quote. substantiate. V. call. n. depend upon. authority. hearsay evidence. attest.]. depose. secondary evidence. ex parte evidence[Lat]. 134 --> 214 . set one's hand and seal. show. collateral evidence. presumptive evidence. countersign. vouch for. seal &c. [add further evidence] indorse.p. under one's hand and seal. give evidence &c. indicatory. uphold. experiment &c. (security) 771. attestation. docket. (denote) 550. verify. appeal to. make out a case. testify. have a case. documentary evidence.

escape clause. n. unsupported by evidence. 813. 197. #469. Adj. string. something like that. (refute) 479. with this proviso &c. exceptis excipiendis[Lat]. extenuating circumstances. . to a certain extent. Adv. according as. supposing.N. limitation. conditioned upon. proviso. Possibility. cum grano salis[Latin: with a grain of salt]. mitigate against. saving clause. subject to. what 215 . 617. catch.#468. reverse of the shield. restricted. contradict &c. for all that. catch22. provided. contravene. leaven. if possible &c. provided that. modification. exemption. with the understanding. wind and weather permitting. conflicting evidence. 470. qualify. narrow. opposing evidence. depend on. at all events. unattested. disproof. hedged. Adj. v. if. allowance. (destroy) 162. leaven. moderate. exception. "if the good lord is willing and the creeks don't rise". temper. in a limited degree (smallness) 32. alter the case.] Counter Evidence. to a degree. (theoretically) 514. conditionally. counter evidence. audire alteram partem[Lat]. cut both ways. condition. prove a negative. refutation &c. conditional. Adv. supposititious. mitigation. % Degrees of Evidence % #470. weaken. specification. equivocate (sophistry) 477. prerequisite. give a color to. hem and haw (be uncertain) 475. so to speak. unless. exceptional &c. contingent &c. modulate. tell another story. provided always. season. modify. tell the other side of the story. somewhat. countervailing &c. what may be. admitting. v. hypothetical &c. depend. take exception. take into account. on the contrary. Phr. quibble. other side of the coin. consideration. although. rebut &c. after all. -. other side of the shield. 479. in a sense. with grains of allowance.. fine print. discount &c. oppose. vindication &c. (deny) 536. grains of allowance. sort of.N. qualified.. countervail. though. sine qua non[Lat]. 536. admit exceptions. evidence on the other side. potentiality. V. contradictory. coloring. allow for. V. (supposed) 514. introduce new conditions. conditioned. even. provision. be contingent on (effect) 154. turn the tables. cheek. on the supposition of &c. subvert &c. but. qualification. qualifying &c. 17. yet. approximately &c. evidence on the other hand. temper. Qualification. restriction. turn the scale. make allowance for. per contra. 937 counter protest. strings attached. [Evidence on the other side. contradictory evidence. unauthenticated. (unconformable) 83. "tu quoque" argument. possibility. negation &c. waffle. on the other hand. salvo. (uncertain) 475. plea &c. stipulation.N. limit. -. contingency.

the grapes are sour. beyond one's power. weave a rope of sand. ultra crepidam[Lat]. perchance. 23. what can never be. within reach. compatibility &c. (wonderful) 870. put in the way possible &c. likeliness &c. incredible &c. adj. insurmountable. (agreement) 23. beyond the bounds of possibility. self-contradictory. not possible &c. vraisemblance[Fr]. wash a blackamoor white. adj.. Deo volente[Lat]. presumptive evidence. Phr. by possibility. impervious.. look for a needle in a haystack. 156. impracticable unachievable. possibly. beyond one's depth. (hopeless) 859. be impossible &c. marginally possible. -. misericordia Domini inter pontem et fontent[Lat]. possible but improbably. 470. -. prendre la lune avec les dents[Fr]. beyond one's grasp. adj. unfeasible. surmountable. out of the question. performable. compatible &c. practicability. Adv. prodigious &c. .N. chance &c. rompre l'anguille au genou[Fr]. may be. conceivable. adj. extract sunbeams from cucumbers. peradventure. possible.. <-. attainable. likelihood.. as luck may have it. circumstantial evidence. Taylor]. #472.. too much for. " the glories of the Possible are ours " [B. barely possible. 24. desperate &c. attempt impossibilities.]. probability. practicableness &c. beyond the bounds of reason. practicable. beyond one's reach. admit of. Phr. inextricable. just possible. skin a flint. incompatible &c. D. out of one's power. milk a he-goat into a sieve. not to be thought of. out of reach. impassable. be in two places at once. perhaps. presumption. V. impossible. set the Thames on fire. V. il a le mer boire[obs3]. contrary to reason.. chercher une aiguille dans une botte de foin [obs3][Fr. maybe. in theory possible. semblance. but in practise unlikely. absurd. from which reason recoils. show of. be possible &c. (doubtful) 475. Probability. 859. haply. beyond control. if possible. have no chance whatever. insuperable. unsurmountable[obs3]. inimaginable[obs3].N. render possible &c. Impossibility. superable[obs3]. unreasonable &c. what cannot. visionary. unlikely. achievable. feasible. anything is possible. unattainable. (improbable) 473. non nostrum tantas componere lites [Lat][Vergil]. infeasible. within measurable distance. 485. credibleness[obs3]. inconceivable &c. make bricks without straw. wind and weather permitting. have nothing to go upon. 135 ---> #471. V. adj. bear. obtainable. beyond the realm of possibility. in posse. on the dice. Adj. impossibility &c. unthinkable. accessible. inaccessible. (improbable) 473. unimaginable. color. 477. non possumus[Lat]. credible. not to be had. hopelessness &c. unobtainable. feasibility. adj. in the cards. verisimilitude. within the bounds of possibility. theoretically possible. God willing. build castles in the air. likely. stand a chance. innavigable[obs3]. (effect) 154.p. Adj. catch a weasel asleep. contingency. uncomeatable[obs3]. make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. mayhap. sour grapes. 216 . contingent &c. plausibility. adj. square the circle.

scarcely any chance. 601. adj. clinch.. pope. count upon &c. (promise) 511. reasonable chance. 217 . incredible &c. unquestionableness[obs3]. more than doubtful. favorable prospect. no chance. Adj. favorable chance. determinate. insure. ultimatum positiveness.N. decide. fair chance. odds in favor. assurance. poor chance. V. unmistakable. stand fair for. wellgrounded hope. n. adj. adj. stand to reason. there is reason to believe.. res judicata[Lat]. likely. presumable. ensure. absolute. certitude. prospect. Adj. strange. in all probability. stand a good chance. dead certainty. know &c. have a small chance &c. Phr. presumptive. render certain &c. easy of belief. think likely. fact. Phr. church. adj. -. flatter oneself. improbable. adj. specious. unqualified. unfavorable chance. bigot. lay down the law. pedir peras pal olmo[Lat]. certainty. definite.. be improbable &c. #473. according to every reasonable expectation. colorable. categorical. the chances are against. aquila non capit muscas[Lat]. V. chance &c. like enough. V. far out. Adj. little chance. decisive. (believe) 484. -. small chance. probably &c. Adv. dare say. wild. inevitableness. out of sight.. all Lombard Street to a China orange. ghost of a chance. Certainty. (evidence) 467. unlikelihood. matter of fact. fait accompli[Fr]. gospel. to one. most likely. opinionist[obs3]. I dare say. infallibleness &c. there is reason to think. ben trovato[It].. Improbability.. there is reason to expect. prim facie[Lat]. determine. very likely. inconceivable. to be expected. dogmatizer. rare &c. inimaginable[obs3]. bare possibility. v.]. positive. fair prospect. (believe) 484. expect &c. imply &c. apparently. 507. sure. credible. necessity &c. well-founded. unimaginable. (to the eye) 448. ten &c.N. in all likelihood. (infrequent) 137. outtasight. set at rest. the chances. reliability. Sir Oracle. adj. certain. plausible. court of final appeal. solid. give color to. lend color to.. in a fair way. scripture. point to. 485. bad chance. wellfounded. seemingly. apparent. moral certainty. surety. " make assurance double sure " [Macbeth]. hopeful. assured &c. good chance. reasonable. clear. indubitableness. 485. appearances are in favor of. dogmatize. bid fair &c. doctrinaire. improbability. ostensible. assure. infallibility. be probable &c. heavy [all coll. ipse dixit[Lat]. run a good chance. make sure. bizarre (uncomformable) 83.credibility. ascertained. odds on. the odds are. incredibility &c. decided. #474. unequivocal. unheard of. chances are in favor of. dogmatist. reasonable prospect. good prospect. unlikely. contrary to all reasonable expectation. long odds. 156. belike[obs3]. probable. to all appearance &c. dogmatism. be certain &c. positive fact.

in truth &c. doubtfulness &c.inevitable. uncertain. adj. hesitation. past dispute. doubtful. embarrass. clear as day. molder. avoidless[obs3]. for certain. puzzle. rain or shine. lose one's head. incertitude. happen what may. " facts are stubborn things " [Smollett]. V. lose the clue. -. indecisive. diaporesis[obs3]. depend. bother. incontestable. render uncertain &c. bewilderment. uncontested. dubitousness[obs3]. not know which way to turn. adj. without question. in question &c. sure as death and taxes. double contingency.p. ambiguas in vulgus spargere voces[Lat]. if the worst come to the worst. beyond question. indisputable. addle the wits. sure as fate. (aimless) 621. possibility upon a possibility. evident. adj. unerring. pose. (question) 461. unimpeachable. questionless[obs3]. unchangeable &c. sink or swim. miss one's way. haze. without fail. without power of appeal. (inquiry) 218 . certes[Lat]. Uncertainty. bound. doubt &c. a coup sur.. dilemma. blind bargain. perplexity. dependence. roving commission. undisputed. whatever may happen. authoritative. trustworthy. (disbelieve) 485. contingency.hesitate. uncertainty. unavoidable. timidity &c.. changeable &c. pig in a poke. ineluctable.. adj. confound. reliable. coute qu'il coute[Fr]. (truly) 494. beyond all question. dependency. dubiety. <-. at any rate. clear as day. vacillation &c. undeniable. dubitancy|. 149. (double meaning) 520. doubt. Adj. in suspense. official. needle in a haystack. dubitation[obs3].N. to be depended on. to a certainty. undoubted. keep in suspense. scent. and no mistake. at all events. open question &c. beyond all dispute. without doubt. adj. of course. self-evident. indetermination. sure. cela va sans dire[Fr].. 136 --> #475. there is -no question. authentic. leap in the dark. undetermined. conclusive. certainly &c. undecided. random &c. . suspense. muddle one's brains. casual. put out.. coute que coute[Fr]. bewilder. open to discussion. (proven) 478. fog. confuse. clear. doubtless. indubitable. fallibility. tremble in the balance. the die is cast &c. perplex. not know whether one stands on one s head or one's heels. clear as the sun at noonday. precariousness &c. dubious. float in a sea of doubt. not know what to make of &c. lose oneself. (darkness) 421. hang in the balance. sure as a gun. come what may. controvertible. throw off the scent. obscurity &c. irrefutable &c. as a matter of course . embarrassment. indubious[obs3]. without a shade or shadow of doubt. to be sure. something or other. 605. (fear) 860. Adv. sure enough. beyond a doubt. unquestionable.. adj. ambiguity &c. wonder whether. vagueness &c.not a shadow of doubt. be uncertain &c. (unintelligibility) 519. Phr. unsettled. (necessity) 601. lose the clew. unquestioned. flagrante delicto[Lat]. no doubt. onus probandi[Lat]. flounder. 150. infallible. incontrovertible. needle in a bottle of hay. come what will. doubtless. axiomatic.

epagoge[obs3]. comment upon. arguments. REASONING PROCESSES % #476. Phr. afraid to say. art of reasoning.argufy[obs3]. data. lost. terms. canvass. discussion. syllogism. experimental &c. questionable. arguer.. conclusive &c. scientist. subtle reasoning. wrangler. 477} reasoning ratiocination rationalism. wrangling. a priori reasoning. controversy. strong point. unauthentic. dialectician. disputable. dispute. {ant. in a maze. argue. debater polemic. 137 --> % Section IV. hold an argument. controvertist[obs3]. argumentation. who can tell? who shall decide when doctors disagree? ambiguas in vulgum spargere voces[Lat]. 461.]. unreliable. perilepsis[obs3]. hypothetical. premises. correct just reasoning. reductio ad absurdum. dazed. bandy arguments. occasional. empirema[obs3]. generalization. chop logic. consectary reasoning|. dilemma. indefinite. 463. discuss. 720 logomachy[obs3]. provisional. logician. off the track. in a cloud. untold. postulate. sound reasoning. train of reasoning. forcible reasoning. at a loss. analysis. undefined.N. Heaven knows. wrangle. at fault. process of reasoning. persuasory reasoning[obs3]. good case. unascertained. logic. reasons. induction. undefinable. ambiguous. polemics. <-. V. astray. unforeseeable (unknowable) 519. unconfirmed. d sorient . paradoxical. casuist. dependent on. bandy words. Reasoning. principle. v. debate. (indistinct) 447. pros and cons. force of argument. proposition. ticklish. distracted. disputation. contingent on. starting point. [person who reasons] reasoner. dialectics. uncounted. controversialist. ventilation. at sea. precarious.. in a state of uncertainty. argument. Adv. at a nonplus. 491. persuasive argument. (judgment) 480. sorites[obs3]. case. untrustworthy. out of one's reckoning. controvert &c. pendente lite[Lat]. at one's wit's end. 478 . cogent reasoning. prosyllogism[obs3]. disputant. reason. bushed. subject to. persuasive reasoning. chain of reasoning. unpredictable. plaidoyer[obs3]. logical sequence. (deny) 536. equivocal. comprehensive argument. oracular. perplexing &c. deduction. opening. contention &c. enthymeme[obs3]. problematical. puzzled &c. adrift. lemma. confused &c. comment. v. ignorant. debate. logical reasoning. 219 . undemonstrated. debatable.&c. unauthenticated. fallible. enigmatic. rationalist. sub spe rati[Lat]. strong argument. inference &c. horns of a dilemma. disceptation[obs3]. dependent on circumstances.461. carry on an argument. abduction. unauthoritative. induction. mystic. moralize upon. -.p. argumentum ad hominem [Lat. distraught. vague. abroad. eristic[obs3]. inquiry &c. valid reasoning. contingent. paper war. slippery. apocryphal. synthesis. indeterminate.

hunch. 23. sith[obs3]. for. judge by intuition. vicious reasoning. subtilize[obs3]. show of reason. take as a given. equivocation. perversion. join issue. V. open a discussion. quibble. flaw in an argument. adj.. after all. "a delusion. au bout du compt[Fr]. 538. weak point. instinct. cut blocks with a razor. falsely &c. ex concesso[Lat]. consider &c. contend. polemical. fallacy. circular reasoning. v. rationalistic.. mystification. since. torture a question. come to the point. mystify. misteach &c. (lie) 544. a mockery. debatable. 538[obs3]. hence. nonsense &c. try conclusions. open a case. elench[obs3]. accordingly. Adj. word sense. beg the question. claptrap. cavil. adj. judge intuitively. for this reason. quirk. be at issue. meshes of sophistry. and a snare" [Denman]. stir a question. for as. cobwebs of sophistry.. play fast and loose. gut feeling. rule of thumb. hairsplitting &c.] Sophistry. pervert. antilogy[obs3]. moot. reason in a circle. 497. cant. assume the conclusion. "lame and impotent conclusion" [Othello]. therefore. ignotum per ignotius[Lat]. misrepresent &c. discursory[obs3]. (demonstration) 478. subterfuge. take up a side. special pleading. 480. relevant &c. chicanery. equivocate. v. tongue sense. superstition. speciousness &c. in conclusion. on the whole. 220 . troppo disputare la verita fa errare [It]. ignoratio elenchi[Lat]. take on faith. petitio principii[Lat]. (error) 495. 481. association. evasion. misjudgment &c. ab actu ad posse valet consecutio [Lat]. lay stress on. eristical[obs3]. #477.spiritualize. controvertible. per troppo dibatter la verita si perde [It]. Aristotelian[obs3]. take one's stand upon.] Intuition. Phr. non sequitur. controversial. casuistry. presentiment. bad case. quillet[obs3]. solecism. thus. for that reason. quiddity. eristic[obs3]. Adv. paralogism[obs3]. beat about the bush. whereas. jesuitry. elenchus[obs3]. insist. gloss over. faith (supposition) 514. reasoning &c. chicane. argumentative. reason ill. misjudge &c. subtlety. in fine. ventilate a question. hazard a proposition. sophism. taking one thing with another. considering. paralogize[obs3]. quodlibet. mislead &c. mere words. [The absence of reasoning. 481. dialectic. overrefinement[obs3]. talk at random. false reasoning. evade. paralogy[obs3]. post hoc ergo propter hoc[Lat]. infer &c. take up a case. premonition. astrology[obs3]. finally. false teaching &c. then thence so. discursive. -. sophistry. for which reason. split hairs. disputatious. inasmuch as. inconsistency. intuition. hazard a guess. because. varnish. elude. assume (supposition) 514. quibble. whence. logical. ergo. refine. a fortiori. (examine) 461. [False or vicious reasoning. seeing that.N. reason in circles. consequently. agitate a question. wherefore. in consideration of. quiddet[obs3]. follow from &c.

unreasonable. proven. {ant. V. instinctive. irrational. set the question at rest. evasive. conviction. false. absolute establishment. overrefined[obs3]. deceptive. reduce to demonstration.. exitus acta probat[Lat]. frivolous. persuade (belief) 484. not following. fallible.N. unproved. there is nothing more to be said. probation. demonstrated &c.N. following. consectary[obs3]. apodeictical[obs3]. necessarily. it must follow. in consequence.D. make out. evince. prove that black is white and white black. adj. irrefutable. fallacious. argument &c. persuasive (believable) 484. apodixis[obs3]. 467 settle the question. shoot from the hip. conclusive. -. consequential. intuitive. unconnected. demonstrable. hazarded. 476. gratuitous. confirm. corroborate. parler a tort et a travers[Fr][obs3]. weak. cogent. answer. Phr. <-. unconfuted[obs3]. conclusiveness &c. v. v. deducible. 10. proof. inconsequent. pettifogging. sophistical. 221 . Adj. follow necessarily. ad captandum[Lat]. jesuitical. draw a conclusion &c. demonstrative. blow hot and cold. evident &c. (absurd) 497. prove one's point. Q. unsound. quod est demonstrandum[Lat]. jump to conclusions (misjudgment) 481. (persuasion) 484. prove. groundless. make good. invalid. apodictic[obs3]. probatum est[Lat]. apodeixis[obs3]. stand to reason. {ant 478} confutation. [demonstrated to one's satisfaction] convincing. irrefragable. decisive. incorrect. Adv. unanswerable. apodeictic[obs3]. illusory. at the end of one's tether. probative. 138 --> #478. follow. that goes for nothing.. refutation. inconsistent. -. experimentum crucis &c. have the best of the argument.. #479. consequently. vague. unrefuted[obs3]. absonant[obs3]. demonstrate. absonous|. non constat[Lat]. loose.. (be evidence of) 467. inconsequential. Demonstration. rigorous establishment. (evidence) 467. make out a case. logic of facts &c. irresistible. verify &c. show. judge hastily. (imbecile) 499. hollow. follow of course. independent of reason. poor. unanswered. comprobation|. crucial. cogency. fast and loose with the facts. flimsy. hold good. hold water. categorical. substantiate. Adj. adj. nonsensical &c. impulsive. unwarranted. intuitively &c. Confutation. irrelevant &c. illusive. adj. as a matter of course. (judge) 480. inferential.E. specious. of necessity. au bout de son latin. establish. anterior to reason. foolish &c.. necessary. (test) 463[Lat]. by intuition. demonstrating &c. inconclusive. Adv. travel out of the record. 479} demonstration. finespun[obs3]. unscientific. illogical.p. quibbling. not have a leg to stand on. feeble. rigorous proof. of course. 474. Phr. plausible. untenable. manifest &c. follow as a matter of course. illogically &c. put oneself out of court. non sequitur[Latin: it does not follow].

asessor. confound. assessment. it does not hold water. result. monday morning quarterback. redargue[obs3].. assess. reduce to silence. ascertain. S. have on the hip. decision. redargution[obs3]. expose one's weak point. confuted. criticism. conclusion. v. corollary. (believe) 484.N.condemned out of one's own mouth. Judgment. pronounce. sentence. notice. size up *. make up one's mind. 524. adjudge. RESULTS OF REASONING % #480. &c. valuation. count. disprove. give judgment. try. confuting. confutable[obs3]. dissuasion &c. arbitration. estimation. tu quoque argument[Lat]. deduction. conclude. report. silence. defeat. put to silence. appreciate. judge. Phr. conviction.p. verdict. (belief) 484. rule. settle. reviewer. invalidate. (destroy) 162. pass judgment. disconfirm. find. V. clinch a question. disproof. come to a conclusion. retort. shut up. judge. sockdolager * [obs3][U. V. overthrow. sentence. award. arbiter. review.] -. correction &c. defeasible. show one's weak point. derive. his argument was demolished by new evidence. cadit quaestio[Lat]. account. censor. make a deduction. arbitrate. the argument falls to the ground. explode. doom. look upon &c. award. arbitrement[obs3]. expose.]. negative. arbitrator. judgment. capable of refutation. form an estimate. rank. arbitrament. be confuted &c. 139 --> % Section V. think of. appreciation. invalidation. fail. refute. inspector. 527a. report. findings of fact. 468. ergotism[Med]. porism[obs3]. demolish. <-. reductio ad absurdum. [Conclusion. ponderation[obs3]. estimate. good judgment &c. finding. clinch an argument. casting vote. overturn scatter to the winds. determination. exposure. counter evidence &c. review. contravene (counter evidence) 468. valorization. refutable. give an opinion. vote &c. bring in a 222 . regard. collect. (choice) 609. have. value. critique. dijudication[obs3]. pass sentence. umpire. commentator &c. connoisseur. draw an inference. stop the mouth. consider. critic. illation. adjudication. draw a conclusion. break &c. show the fallacy of. deliver judgment. 616. decide. cut the ground from under one's feet. judication[obs3]. " suo sibi gladio hunc jugulo" [Terence]. confute. rebut. referee. adjudicate. pass an opinion. rate.complete answer. clincher. upshot. estimate. plebiscite. findings of law. armchair general. give one a setdown[obs3]. condemned on one's own showing. not leave a leg to stand on. opinion &c. exposition.. arrive at a conclusion. ween[obs3]. moral. twenty-twenty hindsight[judgment after the fact]. inspecting officer. inference. determine. knock down argument. decree. gather. voice. parry. (wisdom) 498. deduce. Adj. res judicata[Lat]. controvert. weet|.

ferret out. discover. detection. miscalculation. judging &c. unlock. on the whole. crack. 539. all things considered. [causes of misjudgment. partisanship. infatuation. criticize. mote in the eye. assumption. open the eyes to. find the key to the riddle. interpret &c. narrow conceptions. learn &c. fix upon. fall in with. trace. trace out. find. V. grub up. come across . hit upon.come onto. [causes of misjudgment.verdict. recognize. eureka! aha[obs3]! I've got it! #481. prenotion[obs3]. "nothing if not critical" [Othello]. hit it. disclose &c. investigate &c. kibitz. blind side. sniff. verify. root out. #480a. confined views. hit the right nail on the head. resolve. set a question at rest. trover &c.2] esprit de corps. misconception &c. get warmer. detect. fixed idea. 223 . unriddle. v. 494. "and stand a critic. ascertainment[obs3]. "it is much easier to be critical than to be correct" [Disraeli]. pop upon. fathom. partial ideas. 4] one-sided views. twist. confined conceptions. (examine) 457. prevention.N. elucidate.N. spot. predilection. evolve. make absolute. pick up. bring out. unravel. prestige. pass under review &c. get at. try judgment. quirk. partial conceptions. smoke. elicit. meet with. (assent) 488. 1] prejudgment. 529. hear a cause. confirm &c. hunt out. get at the truth. catch. see the cloven foot. la critique est aisee et l'art est difficile[Fr]. presentiment. 522. judicious &c. hated yet caress'd" [Byron]. stumble upon. narrow views. clannishness. meet up with. mentis gratissimus error[Lat]. superficial ideas. one-sided conceptions. hold the scales. Adj. superficial views. hobby. miscomputation. presumption. open the lock. discovery. [causes of misjudgment. disenchantment. lay one's finger. worm out. make certain of. bring to light. Adv. foregone conclusion. narrow ideas. partial views. party spirit. Phr. see through. draw out. preconceived idea. arrive at the truth &c. crack open. bigotry. -. (wise) 498. conclusive.. determine. pick up. [Result of search or inquiry. misjudgment. find. identify. scent. realize. make out. dig out. determinate. fish up. find out.] Discovery. lay one's hands upon. (error) 495. pitch upon. [causes of misjudgment. solve. prejudication[obs3]. find clew a to. sit in judgment.(recovery) 775[Law]. warp. catch tripping. comment. unearth. -. partiality. preapprehension[obs3]. Misjudgment. confined ideas. have it. "a Daniel come to judgment" [Merchant of Venice]. revelation. prepossession. be warm. catch a whiff of. obliquity of judgment. preconception. see in its true colors. disinter. light upon. educe. burn. be near the truth. crotchet. prejudice. see daylight. smell a rat. one-sided ideas. "O most lame and impotent conclusion" [Othello]. put the saddle on the right horse. hasty conclusion. disclosure. fool's paradise. Int. fall upon. fad. id e fixe. one-track mind. (inquire) 461. 3] bias. find a clue. fish out.

opinative. give a twist. estimate too highly. look only at one side of the shield. overweigh. purblind. view through distorting spectacles. credulous &c 486. make the most of. 482. bias. exaggerate &c. strain. self-opinioned. presuppose.. 483. odium theologicum[Lat].. get the wrong sow by the ear &c. (blunder) 699. shortsighted. attach too much importance to. (positive) 474. stupid &c. think much of. dogmatic. jurare in verba magistri[Lat]. v. oversensitive &c. prejudicate[obs3]. ill-judging.. run away with the notion. warp. n. intolerant. 140 --> #482. nothing like leather. make the best of. opinionated. overestimation &c. tempest in a teacup. 482. pessimist. make mountains of molehills. Adj. superficial notions. crotchety. bigoted &c. Phr. fly in the face of facts. one-sided. [causes of misjudgment. presume. confined notions. storm in a teacup. conceited. 224 . much ado about nothing. not see beyond one's nose. miscompute.. wishful thinking. opinionative. mean-spirited. catch at straws. think too much of. 491. misconjecture[obs3]. judge hastily. opini tre. mistaken assumptions. jump to a conclusion. dogmatize. pedantry. overrate. parturiunt montes[Lat]. ex parte[Lat]. 549. narrow notions. overestimate. superficial. unreasonable. misestimate. opiniative[obs3]. narrow-minded. -. have a bias &c. overprize. unshakable conviction. eulogize. make much of. Adj. prejudge. make two bites of a cherry. misjudging &c. (vanity) 880. wrong-headed. opinionate. partial. illiberal. incorrect assumptions (error) 495. fussy. set too high a value upon. wedded to an opinion. outreckon[obs3]. extol to the skies. pessimism. 880. overestimate &c. "my mind is made up . (sensibility) 822.. prejudice. (obstinacy) 606. underestimation &c. extol. jump to conclusions. 483. (error) 495. have only one idea. positive. v. v. fine talking. erroneous data. besotted. much cry and little wool. misconceive &c. Overestimation. Adv. v. the wish the father to the thought. panegyrize[obs3]. prejudiced &c. confined. give a bias. exaggeration &c. rush to a conclusion. 549. prepossess. bigotry &c. misreckon. doctrinaire &c. have too high an opinion of oneself &c. narrow-souled[obs3]. jaundiced. vanity &c. one-sided notions.superficial conceptions. make the worst of. view with jaundiced eye. impracticable. overstrain. narrow mind. forejudge. all his geese are swans. infatuated. Phr.don't bother me with the facts". make too much of. misjudge. miscalculate. dare pondus fumo[Lat]. overvalue. underestimate &c. misthink[obs3]. opinioned. overpraise. V. overestimated &c. magnify.p. overreckon[obs3].. V. misjudged &c. 6] ignorance &c. shoot from the hip. (obstinate) 606. optimism. entete[Fr]. partial notions. v. fanatical. erroneous assumptions. twist.N. 499. hypercriticism. leap to a conclusion. 5] overestimation &c. warped. [causes of misjudgment. <-.

convincement[obs3]. principle. well-founded belief. take on credit. embrace a belief. #484. firm opinion. opinion. plerophory[obs3]. consider. belief. belittle. propaganda &c. hazard. troth. adopt a belief. count upon. (orthodoxy) 983a. way of thinking. modesty &c. be of opinion. profession of faith. nurture a belief. pessimist. (judgment) 480. apprehend. dependence on. neglect &c. have it. undervaluing &c. rest upon. adj. implicit confidence in.. steadfast belief. faith. think nothing of. entertain a belief. articles. sober belief. article of faith. system of opinions. put one's trust in. conceive. lay one's account for. make light of. firm belief. opine. dogma. view. Underestimation. mind. V. thirty-nine articles &c. get hold of a belief. imbibe a belief.N. implicit belief. staunch opinion. sanguine expectation &c. impartial opinion. V. tenet. well-founded opinion &c. esteem. doctrine. underrate. ween[obs3]. popular belief &c. presume. conviction. set down for. minimize. creed. at one's word.#483.. trow[obs3]. swear by. believe in. assurance. give faith to. know for certain. make nothing of. believe. build upon. rely upon. (probability) 472. conclusion &c. underreckon[obs3]. misprize. make up one's mind. pessimism. take one's word for. inveterate belief.N. ridicule &c. assent &c. impression &c. (despise) 930. receive. impartial belief. make no account of. presumption. canons. regard to. repose in. (detraction) 934. have know. have it. (assent) 488. slur over. v. place in. take. hold. Belief. reliance on. credence. assure oneself. take it. (teaching) 537. take for gospel. depreciating. credenda[obs3]. Adj. slight &c. catechism. give one credit for. certainty &c. foster. -. depreciation &c. cherish a belief. unshaken opinion. hold a belief. sober opinion. 474. settled opinion. persuade oneself. satisfy oneself. calm opinion. tenets. selfconviction. set at naught. fixed rooted deep-rooted opinion. see. thinking. realize. credence to. place reliance on. take on trust. uberrima fides[Lat][obs3]. (hope) 858. conception. depend upon. staunch belief. not do justice to. have 225 . underestimate. pin one's faith upon. fancy. credibility &c. surmise &c. take for. credit. trust. steadfast opinion. shake off as dewdrops from the lion's mane. possess. fixed rooted deep-rooted belief. dispassionate opinion. assume. allow some weight to. attach some weight to. declaration of faith. take it.. (idea) 453. give credit to. persuasion. disparage &c. make little of. make no doubt. reckon upon. unshaken belief. lean upon. settled belief. inveterate opinion. rest assured &c. 881. confidence. on that score. calm belief. 460. doubt not. depreciate. take for granted. credit. dispassionate belief. unvalued. -. rely upon. think. school. (detract) 934. depreciated &c. unprized[obs3].. 856. confide in. v. 514. make sure of. 488. underestimation. undervalue. set no store by. disprize. know. implicit opinion. be. make oneself easy about. calculate upon.

demure. be skeptical as to &c. produce conviction.N. I dare say. pass current. cynicism. I am sure. bring round. in the opinion of. win over. disbelieve. suspectless[obs3]. accredited. come round to an opinion. convict|!. vide et crede [Lat]. Phr. (incredulity) 487. scruple. hang in doubt. deserving of. 472. Unbelief. suspect. have the ear of. scruple. consider as. reliable. skepticism. bring over. entertain doubts.. believing &c. set down as. assure. secure. go down. 226 . be assured. (certainty) 474. incredulity. relating to belief. worthy of. misgiving. discredit. gain the confidence of. misbelieve[obs3]. hold an opinion. take hold of. Doubt. assured. pause. embrace an opinion. rely upon it. v. raise a question. take possession of the mind. tarde quae credita laedunt credimus [Lat][Ovid].. be current &c. satisfied. wedded to. Justitiae soror incorrupta Fides[Lat]. satisfy. (uncertain) 475. esteem as. 607. be doubtful &c. doubt the truth of. possess. hesitate. credible. view as. I have no doubt. v. regard as. (teach) 537. stick at. V. suspicions. positive. dissent &c. retraction &c. misbelief. not believe &c. commanding belief. unsuspicious. <-. hold as. fiduciary. wean. rest assured. unbelief. doubt &c. take as. under the impression. "stands not within the prospect of belief" [Macbeth]. smoke. account as. 486. v. distrust. 484. confiding. (affirmation) 535. incredibility.. methinks. imbued with. 487. fiducial[obs3]. Adv. stop to consider. to be depended on. harbor doubts. unhesitating. void of suspicion. (dissent) 489.. discredit. adj.. [person who doubts] doubter. entertain an opinion. opinion. drive home to. convinced. deem as. be received &c. cynic. persuade. skeptic. qualm. cram down the throat. jealousy. "live to explain thy doctrine by thy life" [Prior]. in the eyes of. convince. incredibleness. sure enough &c. swallow &c. mistrust. get it into one's head. get hold of an opinion. impressed with. cocksure. n. waver. find credence. bring in. scent. I doubt not. call in question. satisfactory. 141 --> #485. impressive..p. bring home to. experto crede [Lat][Vergil]. meseems[obs3]. infidelity &c. nurture an opinion. possess. diffide|. scepticism. (irreligion) 989[obs3]. onus probandi[Lat]. sure. putative. probably &c. have doubts. have one's doubts. fata viam invenient [Lat]. demure. penetrated with. Adj. credulous &c. (credulity) 486. miscreance[obs3]. mistrust. adj. doubt. carry conviction. imbibe an opinion. take it into one's head. 514. 484.-. unsuspecting.. me judice[Lat]. hang in suspense. misdoubt[obs3]. cause to be believed &c. to the best of one's belief. indoctrinate &c. convert. distrust. smell a rat. confident. surmise &c. cherish an opinion &c. depend upon. persuasive. change of opinion &c. trustworthy. adopt an opinion. disbelief. believed &c. unsuspected. I'll warrant you &c. conceive as. refuse to believe &c. foster an opinion. (uncertainty) 475. hazard an opinion. look upon as. suspicion. doctrinal. v. unbeliever &c. certain. throw doubt upon. refuse to admit &c.

omne ignotum pro magnifico[Lat]. let those believe who may. jurare in verba magistri[Lat]. scrupulosity. credulousness &c. simple. stagger. awake a doubt. shake one's faith. controvertible &c. unworthy of. gullibility. catch at straws. fallible &c.. grasp at straws. childish. skeptical. adj.-. (uncertain) 475. the wish the father to the thought. cum grano salis[Latin: with a grain of salt]. inconceivable. 227 . fronti nulla fides[Lat]. suspicion &c. take for granted. over-credulous. doubtful &c.question. all is not gold that glitters. staggering. startle. pyrrhonism|!. dispute. impossible &c. unbeliever. credulity. open to doubt. suggest a doubt. Phr. easily convinced. incredulity. doubting &c.. hyperorthodoxy &c. want of faith &c. adj. suspiciousness &c. (uncertain) 475. raise a doubt. 142 --> #487. ad tristem partem stenua est suspicio [Lat][Syrus]. questionable.N. (heterodox) 984. swallow. credat Judaeus Apella [Lat][Horace]. infatuation. be incredulous &c. <-. be credulous &c. superstitious. easily deceived &c. Adv. disputable. hold aloof. 471. nimium ne crede colori [Lat][Vergil]. undeserving of belief &c. skeptic. pyrrhonist. credulous person &c (dupe) 547. distrustful as to. V. take for granted. make suspicion. soft. silly. Credulity. mistrust. self delusion. grasp the shadow for the substance. confiding &c.. Adj. suspicious of. 545. over confident. infatuated.p. no es oro todo lo que reluce[Sp]. V. skepticism. stagger one's faith. hard to believe. cynicism. 481. cullibility|. Adj. with grains of allowance. ignore. shut one's eyes to. suspicious. cause a doubt. credo quia impossibile [Lat][Tertullian]. follow implicitly. #486. shake one's belief. credulous. ergotize[obs3]. take for gospel. undemonstrable. stupid. distrust &c. heretic &c. one's blind side. cavil. -. not to be believed. shut one's ears to. run away with an idea. misbeliever. cynic. suspect. jump to a conclusion. 984[obs3]. shy as to. refuse to believe. nullis jurare in verba magistri[Lat].. gulp down. beware of Greeks bearing gifts. deny &c. 484. turn a deaf ear to. superstition.1. v. start a doubt. impose upon &c. gross credulity. unbelieving. [transitive] incredulous as to. green. (unbelief) 485. gullible. (deceive) 545. unbelievable. (obstinacy) 606. Incredulity. skeptical as to. over trustful. think the moon is made of green cheese. (untrue) 495. take on trust. 536. self deception. "timeo Danaos et dona ferentes" [Latin: I fear the Greeks even when bearing gifts][Vergil]. incredible. (irreligion) 989[obs3]. open to suspicion. Phr. bigotry &c. stagger one's belief. incredulousness[obs3]. run away with a notion. rush to a conclusion. adj. (disbelieve) 485. adj. (believing) 484. misjudgment &c.N. challenge. sceptical.

precisely. acquiescent. natch. conform to. unchallenged. 23. -. agreed on all hands. certes[Lat]. go along with. come round to. (voluntary) 709. come to an agreement. has now quite another meaning (949). don't make waves. incredulous. current opinion. scrupulous. See Trench. acknowledgment. of course. unbelieving. ratify. 1The word miscreant.N. accede. agreement &c. 71. assent. chime in with. be in fashion. distrustful. affirmation. affirmative &c. affirmatively. assenting &c. join in the chorus. abide by. accord. echo. 602. inconvincible[obs3]. say ditto. 467. amen. unanimously. very well. unquestioned. visa. 23. reciprocate. recognize. nemine dissentiente[Lat]. affirm. confession of faith.. nod. accord.. uncontradicted. Adj. countersign. admit. carried by acclamation. in the affirmative. carried. cynical. be in every mouth. admission. (yield) 762. consent &c. adj. confirmation. amen to. Assent. acquiesce. be one of the guys. avow. go with. so be it. coincide. Adv. be part of the group. consent. acknowledge. certainly. herd instinct. receive. naturally. all right. confirm. concurrence &c. nem[abbr]. 535. you bet. go with the flow. agreed. yield assent. peer pressure. ratification. confess. even so. say yes to. unquestionably. affirmance. "thou hast said". recognition.[abbr: nemine contradicente]. assent.. own. truly. p. of one accord. agree in opinion. approval. appprove. subscribe to. indorsement &c. defer to. you said it. current belief. (of causes) 178. popular belief. skeptical. pressure to conform. concede &c. ay. unanimity. go with the stream. vox populi. acclamation. willingly &c. indorse. una voce. common consent. granted. indisposed to believe. on all hands. you said a mouthful. (compliance) 762. without a dissentient voice. 760. which originally meant simply misbeliever. arrive at an understanding. corroborate &c. lend oneself to. be at one with &c. with one voice. 602. v. well and good. why not? with one consent. indeed. permit &c. concur. come to an understanding. agree &c. consensus. allow. true. swim with the stream. uncontroverted. acceptance. of one mind. give assent. very true. yes. hard of belief. in chorus. #488. as one man. ex concesso[Lat]. "the public mind 228 . assuredly. accept. to be sure.Adj. strike in with. that's just it. give one's voice for. of the same mind. avowal. might as well. to a man. assentment[obs3]. unanimous. doubtless. public opinion. well. (record) 551[obs3]. adv[abbr: nemine contradicente]. acquiescence. cooperation &c. chorus. just so. nod assent. enter into one's views. close in with. no doubt. exactly. aye. Phr. OK. On the Study of Words. blow with the wind. chi tace accousente[It][obs3]. willing &c. go with the crowd. so let it be. good. disposed to doubt. by common consent. join the crowd. corroboration. yea. &c. shy of belief. one and all. come to terms. avec plaisir[Fr]. agreed. concord. concordance. V. be it so. say aye to. content. with one accord. at one with. suspicious. nem[abbr]. con. vote. con.

non-content. extorted. nonconformity &c. say no & way. lore. shake the head. erudition. precognition. protest. (doubt) 485. God forbid! not for the world.-. dissenting &c. impression &c. (refusing) 764. cognoscence|. v. (judgment) 480. tree of knowledge. attainments. bibliomania[obs3]. quot homines tot sententiae [Lat][Terence]. secede. protest. unwilling &c. learning. store of knowledge &c. information. sectary. (deny) 536. revolt from the idea. theory. school &c. (system of opinions) 484. doctrine. cavilling. education &c.N. pardon me. bibliolatry[obs3]. dissent. intolerant. discontent &c. call in question &c. dawn. light. recusant. 536. Knowledge. nonconformist. demur. intuition. cyclopedia. (disagreement) 24. non-juror. appreciation &c. comprehension. V. at issue with. protestantism. noncompliance &c (rejection) 764. acquaintance. under protest. acroama|!. have no notion of. republic of letters &c. anytime you're ready. raise one's voice against. proficiency. differ toto caelo[Lat]. philosophy. body of knowledge. disaffection. tant s'en faut[Fr]. discordance &c. dissident. recognition. unconsenting &c. glimpse. book madness. cognizance. familiarity.-. acroamatics|!. revolt at. 603. negative &c. at variance. letters. by no means. protestant. differ in opinion. the creation of the Master-Writers" [Disraeli]. book learning. inkling. apprehension. separatist. Int. Adj. aetiology[obs3]. schismatic. (language) 560. 607. 480a. il s'en faut bien[Fr]. discontented &c.. scholarship. recusant. <-. acquirements. accomplishments. contradict &c. protestant. cavil. circle of the sciences. look askant[obs3]. bookishness. sectarian. 536. many men many minds. suspicion. enlightenment. culture. nonjuring[obs3]. 624. I'll be hanged if. Phr. 143 --> #490. conscience. heretic. no &c. you bet your sweet ass it is. recant &c. count me out. 764. knowledge. dissension &c (discord) 713. dissent. heterodox. recusancy. look askance. out of the question. unacknowledged. body of doctrine. pandect[obs3]. Dissent.p. refuse to admit. privity[obs3]. scent. general information. 536. literature. dissenter. (teaching) 537. etiology.N. insight. unavowed. disagree. denominational. (heterodoxy) 984. shrug the shoulders. dissentient. consciousness. cognition. encyclopedia. repudiate. ken. reading. #489. non-content. recantation &c. 832. menticulture[obs3]. 607. unconverted. perception. (idea) 453. refuse assent. pansophy[obs3]. glimmering. dissentient. schism. experience. acquisitions. contradiction &c (denial) 536. never tell me. system of knowledge. 832. Adv. refusal &c. secession &c. schismatic. difference diversity of opinion. what are we waiting for? whenever you're ready. glimmer. 229 . unconvinced. discovery &c. your humble servant.

tabula rasa[Lat]. solid. see. enlightened. acroamatic knowledge[obs3]. be aware &c. x. bookish. v. Jahre lehren mehr als Bucher[German: years teach more than books]. made acquainted with. know by rote. experience. les affaires font les hommes [Fr].p. rudiments &c (beginning) 66. adj. unknown quantities. understand. have some knowledge of. be au courant &c. possess. have in one's head. conversant with. perceive. noted. conceive. familiar. know full well. acquainted with. vast knowledge. accomplished &c (skillful) 698. Ignorance. accurate knowledge.. notorious. up to. alive to. behind the scenes. self-taught. au courant. darkness. ignorance crasse[Fr]. savvy* [U. scholastic. trow[obs3]. ween[obs3]. get a sight-of. privy to. advance of science. empta dolore docet experientia[Lat]. unconsciousness &c. possess some knowledge of. erudite. profound knowledge. blue. (disclosure) 529. knowing &c. wot[obs3]. take. 480a. 698. blindness. at home in. "knowledge comes but wisdom lingers"[Tennyson]. acroamatic[obs3]. proverbial. leaned. to one's knowledge. savant. progress of science. realize. encyclopedic learning. "half our knowledge we must snatch not take" [Pope]. fathom. connaitre le dessous des cartes[Fr]. familiar with. simplicity. well read. have at one' fingers ends.S. known &c. informed of. ompredre tout c'est tout pardonner[French: to know all is to pardon all]. recognized. nescience. liberal education. v. incomprehension. booklearned. weet[obs3]. crass ignorance. was ich nicht weiss macht mich nicht heiss[Ger]. trite. cognoscible[obs3]. z. forward with. deep knowledge. commonplace.. strong with. dilettantism. lettered. behind the curtain. proficient with. apprehend. omniscient. adj.<gr/gnothi seauton/gr>[Grk]. have. cognizant of. know. adj. educated. Phr. inexperience. know by heart. 492. 144 --> #491. make out. in the secret. comprehend. 230 . schoolmaster abroad. pantology[obs3]. versed with. wot aware[obs3]. extensive knowledge. unacquaintance[obs3]. let into. see one's way. well conned. scan. apprized of. familiar as household words. ignorance. cognitive.. be master of. undeceived. [person who knows much] scholar &c. "knowledge is power" [Bacon]. no stranger to. <-. acroatic knowledge[obs3]. ascertained. know what's what &c. recognize. V. trivial. -. deep-read. one's eyes being opened &c. hackneyed. au -fait. well educated.]. cognizable. "the amassed thought and experience of innumerable minds" [Emerson]. shrewd. advance of learning. discern. aware of. nec scire fas est omnia [Lat][Horace]. come to one's knowledge &c. Adj. unfamiliarity.. discover &c. encyclopedic knowledge. (skill) 698.practical knowledge &c. read with. received. solid knowledge.of. well informed. appreciate. Adv. familiar to every schoolboy. omniscience. ken.N. to the best of one's knowledge. conscious of.. well grounded. (information) 527. march of intellect. instructed. well-known. y. profound.

cogniscenti[It]. bluestocking. unknown. for aught one knows. unversed. glossographer. antiquary. sophist. master of math. dark ages. unenlightened. Artium Baccalaureus[Lat][obs3]. for anything. Int. terra incognita. superficial. know not what. nescient. bibliophile. wrangler. unacquainted. adj. helluo librorum[Lat]. be ignorant &c. unexplored. illuminati. man of learning. scientist. (conceal) 528. archaeologist.dizzy. ignorant. literati. belated. (unintelligibility) 519. pundit. uninformed. incapacity. gownsman. n. graduate. adj. literary man. 490. know nothing of. (wise man) 500. uninitiated. wooly-headed. uncultivated. dilettanti. behind the age. misinformed. at the end of his tether. green. scholar. man of genius. philologist. litterateur[Fr]. doctor. unapprized[obs3]. "small Latin and less Greek" [B. pedantic. be blind to. at fault. charlatism[obs3]. au bout de son latin. unread.-. man of letters. novel. Phr. unascertained. nobody knows. in the dark. shallow. concealed &c. not know what to make of &c. dilettantism. unbookish. (uncertainty) 475. unconscious. unexplored ground. virgin soil. bewilderment &c. Philistine. bibliomaniac[obs3]. blindfolded. the Lord knows. illiterate. Philister[obs3]. savant. unheard of. sciolism[obs3]. unknowing. Adj. unapprehended. charlatanry. schoolman[obs3]. rude. not know chalk from cheese. antiquarian. master of arts. not perceived. unweeting|. sinologue[obs3]. bas-bleu[Fr]. wonder whether. unaware. not have the remotest idea. Jonson]. don. have a film over the eyes. uninvestigated[obs3]. blinded. sophister[obs3]. a stranger to. unexplained. homo multarum literarum[Lat]. (uncertain) 475. Mecaenas. quantum animis erroris inest[Lat]! [Ovid]. admirable Crichton. philosopher. know not. licentitate. ignorantly &c. untutored. unapprised. God knows. empty. witless. not know &c. Heaven knows. misguided. man of education. mullah.. keep in ignorance &c. learned man. 231 . V. grammarian. professor. have no conception. "there is no darkness but ignorance" [Twelfth NIght]. Sanskritish. "that unlettered small-knowing soul" [Love's Labor's Lost]. [Affectation of knowledge] pedantry. Scholar. benighted. unlearned. untaught. bigwig. 528. "ignorance never settles a question" [Disraeli]. at sea &c. uninstructed. glossolinguist. learned Theban. lexicographer.. Adv. weetless[obs3]. have no notion. who knows. connoisseur. philologer[obs3]. Mezzofanti[obs3]. unlettered. clerk. emptyheaded . have no idea. not pretend to take upon. not take upon one self to say. [Imperfect knowledge] smattering. unawares. caught tripping. academician. glimmering. have a glimmering &c. uninformed. munshi[obs3]. sinologist. not that one knows. see through a glass darkly.. Hebraist. bookworm. academist[obs3]. Artium Magister[Lat]. #492.N. linguist. Philistine. half-learned. fellow. hoodwinked. unwitting. lexicologist.sealed book. ignore. uneducated. unschooled. sage &c. unconversant[obs3].

particular. veracious &c. wooden spoon. precision. not an -illusion &c 495. Phr. punctuality. constant. (similar) 17. sand the test. ignorant &c. orthodoxy &c. render true. Adj. verity. categorically true.. the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth. sterling. have the true ring. unconfuted[obs3]. unerring. unqualified truth. authenticity. exact. pantologist[obs3]. idiot. 983a. (principle) 5. unalloyed truth. hold true. rigid. proven (demonstrated) 478. realism. 474. true by definition. pedant &c 492. "he was a scholar and a ripe and good one" [Henry VIII].. fact. rigor. plain matter of fact. ipsissima verba[Lat]. correct. truth. charlatan. unquestionably true. #493. (learner) 541. substantiate &c. (regularity) 80. (evidence) 467. delicacy. 543. adj. ex officio. 232 . nice. unadulterated. sound. Phr. nuda veritas[Lat]. well-defined.N. literal. (conscientious) 939. conformity to rule. true to the letter. bookless[obs3]. plain truth. ignoramus. unsophisticated. faithful. fine. wiseacre. fool &c. intrinsic truth. exact truth. criminologist. substantiated. stern truth. orthodox &c. 491. mathematical precision. Adj. [Object of knowledge. clockwork precision &c. punctual. Dr. nicety. legitimate. scrupulous &c. exactness. genuine. doctrinaire. dunce. verified. reality &c. official. folly 501] moron.N. unvarnished tale. fool. pedagogue. close &c. just so..p. clear-cut. greenhorn. gospel. hold good. be the case. "the manifold linguist" [All's Well That Ends Well]. unimpeachable. realistic. correctness. asshole [vulgar]. veritable. definitively true &c. exactitude. (discover) 480a. natural. certain &c. "a wit with dunces and a dunce with wits" [Pope]. accuracy. 983a. amateur &c (dupe) 547. so. smatterer. real. gospel truth. unvarnished truth. get at the truth &c.-. adj. sciolist[obs3]. adj. empirically true. (existence) 1. precise. hold water. real Simon Pure. the very thing. naked truth. shallow. mathematical. 490. unreconfuted[obs3]. be true &c. scientific. nature &c. correctitude[obs3]. -. actual &c. curious. orthology[obs3]. pure. Ignoramus. unimagined. rigorously true. veracity &c. lubber &c (bungler) 701. delicate. <-. schoolboy &c. learned &c.pedant. experimentally verified. 501. authentic. 145 --> #494. tyro &c (learner) 541. true. rigorous. no scholar. accurate. right. sober truth. Adj. novice. [person with superficial knowledge] dilettante. V. half scholar.] Truth. clean-cut. prove true &c. dabbler. religiously exact. plain fact. substantially true. just. brought up at the feet of Gamaliel. definite. 543. (existing) 1. just the thing. true as gospel. jerk. numskull. imbecile. nincompoop. honest truth. severe. unideal[obs3]. preciseness &c. [insulting terms for ignorant person: see also imbecility 499. strict. Pangloss. God's honest truth.

v. 544. go astray. bull &c. fallacy. verbatim. haplography[obs3]. cross purposes. inexactness &c. " the truth. blunder. put the saddle on the wrong horse. 4. 477. (heterodoxy) 984. au pied de la lettre [Fr]. (want of skill) 699[obs3]. verbatim et literatim [Lat]. adj. (misinterpret) 523. stumble &c. hallucination &c. false light &c. the truth is. (misjudgment) 481. unsubstantial &c.. Error. misguide. (insanity) 503. laxity. at all events. to a nicety. (misjudge) 481. adj. lead into error. be deceived &c. deceive &c. heresy &c.. misunderstand. bubble. " just the facts. actually &c. (veracity) 543. take the shadow for the substance &c (credulity) 486. unexaggerated. mislead. adj. unflattering. quiproquo. to a tittle. neither more nor less. v. in effect &c (intrinsically) 5. unromantic. to a turn. untrue. solid. in all respects. in every respect. (duped) 547. fallacious. totidem vervis[Lat]. misinform &c. exactly &c. misreckon. give a false idea. error. ad amussim[Lat].N. be in the wrong box. false. blunder. give a false impression. chapter and verse. ipsissimis verbis[Lat]. cause error. play at cross purposes . certainly &c. trip. fable &c. (absurdity) 497. erratum. groundless. truly &c. uncolored.unvarnished.. lead astray. Adv. corrigendum. #495. literally. undisguised. mists of error. the whole truth. take the wrong sow by the ear &c. be mistaken &c. -. lie &c. veritatem dies aperit [Lat][Seneca].. slip. (misteach) 538[obs3]. tangible. bias &c. be -in error &c. ad unguem[Lat]. erroneous. (misinterpretation) 523. literatim[Lat]. well founded. (untruth) 546. Phr. non sequitur &c. mistake. misapprehend. devoid of truth. and nothing but the truth ". be in the wrong. clerical error. fault. in reality. be at cross purposes &c. lapsus linguae[Lat]. misconceive. miscount. misconstruction &c. receive a false impression. just the facts. delude. slip of the lip. snare. lose oneself &c. mis-report. ungrounded. misapprehension. sic. sous tous les rapports[Fr]. to the letter. mumpsimus[obs3]. (existence) 1.. to an inch. botchery &c. delusion. indeed. la verita e figlia del empo [It]. undistorted. locos y ninos dicen la verdad [Spanish: crazy people and children tell the truth]. misstanding[obs3]. heretical 233 . misstate. well-grounded. mistake. false impression. nihil est veritatis luce dulcius [Lat][Cicero]. ma'am. lie under error. miss. adj. the fact is. blot. to a hair. fall into error. pukka[obs3]. apocryphal. unaffected. dream &c (imagine) 515. loose thread. 732. (certain) 474. adj. (uncertainty) 475. stumble. oversight. 545. misleading &c. self-deception. (fancy) 515. trip. labor under an error &c. slip of the pen. substantial. unreal. fail &c. selfdecit. V. beguile. (misjudgment) 481. Adj. misconception. falsify. misunderstanding. en suivant la verite [Fr]. (mismanage) 699. valid. strictly speaking. false idea. dream &c. rem acu tetigisti[obs3][Lat]." [Dragnet]. miscomputation &c. misprint. err. veritas nunquam perit [Lat][Seneca]. flaw. at any rate. in its true colors. (fallacy of vision) 443. really. with truth &c. illusion. n. ex facto jus oritur [Lat]. slip of the tongue. verily. be erroneous &c. miscalculate &c. mis-statement. deceive oneself. word for word. Freudian slip. to a T. (failure) 732.. unalloyed. reckon without one's host.

reflection &c (idea) 453. apothegm. jargon. inexact. 477. wise maxim. mare's nest. quibbling. unsound. moonshine. Adj. refuted. imbecility &c. inconsistency. adj. inconsistent. hackneyed saying. utter nonsense. foolish &c. spurious &c. macaronic[obs3]. all out. pun. to forgive divine" [Pope]. #497. illusive. adj. maxim. as the saying goes. v. Phr. gibberish &c (no meaning) 517. word. 499. poppycock. a priori fact. scholium[obs3]. fustian. tomfoolery. more or less. gnomic. 517. in the wrong box. (heterodox) 984.p. conclusion &c (judgment) 480. self-delusion. illusory.. Irishism|!. nonsensical. on the wrong scent. be absurd &c. first principles. 499. blunder. Adj. proverb. n. romance. macaronic[obs3]. motto. saw. deceitful &c. "to err is human. admitted maxim. mentis gratissimus error [Lat][Horace]. talk nonsense. muddle. errare est humanum[Lat]. alogy|. axiomatic. stuff.. (precept) 697. boutade[Fr]. under an error &c. at cross purposes.N. tripping &c. formula. far off. monkey trick. in error. bull. postulate. golden rule &c. controvertible. Maxim. galimathias[obs3]. axiom. principia[Lat]. selfcontradictory. senseless. anticlimax. ideal &c (imaginary) 515.. sciamachy[obs3]. phylactery. <gr/ hanemolia bazein/gr>. unexact inaccurate[obs3]. sentence. trite saying. commonplace saying &c. V. extravagance. settled principle. slipslop[obs3]. theorem. ridiculous. common saying. "you lie -. escapade.N. proverbial. discarded. bathos. as the saying is. sophism &c. 545. received truth. out in one's reckoning. out. (uncertain) 475. mot[Fr]. incorrect. as they say. 477. exaggeration &c 549. moral. extravagant. <-. outside the ballpark. absurdity. absurd. stultiloquence[obs3]. twaddle. 544. absurdness &c. beside the mark. perverted. illogical &c. protasis[obs3]. profession of faith &c. quibble. saying. -. verbal quibble. (belief) 484. sophistical &c. without rhyme 234 . farce. nonsense. Adv. wide of the mark. accepted fact. truism. Adv.under a mistake" [Shelley]. indefinite &c. wide of the truth. phylacteric[obs3]. principle. recognized maxim &c. apophthegm[obs3]. adage. assumption (supposition) 514. all in the wrong. 477. preposterous. parler a tort et a travess[Fr]. received maxim. exploded. 146 --> #496. 499. astray &c (at fault) 475. Hibernicism|!.. accepted principle.-. self-annulling. stultiloquy[obs3]. dictum. mistaken &c. nugacity[obs3]. punning. paradox. rhapsody. Absurdity. egregious. unsustainable.&c. unauthenticated. sage maxim. battre la campagne[Fr][obs3]. sell. "on the dubious waves of error tost" [Cowper]. betise[Fr]. aphoristic. play the fool &c. vagary. v. farrago &c (disorder) 59. way off. mock. mummery. aberrant. untrustworthy. delusive. unmeaning &c. amphigouri[obs3]. on a false scent. true saying. byword. aphorism.

caliber. well-advised. upper story. farsighted &c 510. compass of thought. brainy. sabe * [obs3][U. head. awake. parts. eagle eye.. common sense. sobriety. eye of a hawk.or reason. wise as Solon. be -intelligent &c. 450. judgment. penetration. penetrating. unbiased. perspicacy[obs3]. clear-headed. reflecting. impartial.p. soul. canny. capacity. reasonableness &c. tell it to the marines. (intelligible) 518. 459. eagleglance. profundity. wise as a serpent. in one's right mind. ballast. provident &c (prepared) 673. cool-headed. grasp of intellect. vigilance &c. keen. Phr. cool. reason. have all one's wits about one. well-planned. 235 . unwarped judgment[obs3]. unprepossessed[obs3]. shrewd. penetrate. intelligent[Applied to persons]. catch an idea. fair. (apt) 698. perspicacity. sharp as a needle. refinement &c (taste) 850. wise in one's generation. headpiece. sagacity. fantastic. 864. eye of a lynx. reasonable. strong-headed. quick witted. <-. well-judged. in advance of one' age. [Applied to actions] wise. politic. aplomb. savvy * [U.S. sharp sighted. quick. abnormis sapiens[Lat]. reach of thought. wise. sapience.]. wit. see far into. argute[obs3].S. nous[Fr]. good sense. take a joke. adj. sensible. intellect &c. stand. undazzled[obs3]. 459. politic. discern &c (descry) 441. take in an idea. sense. understanding. sharp. enlargement of mind. enlarged views. sapient. 702. calculating. sage. clever &c. fiddlededee! pish! pho[obs3]! "in the name of the Prophet--figs!" [Horace Smith]. long head. adj. good judgment. see through a millstone. sharp as a tack. heaven-born genius. Int. piercing. unprejudiced. acumen. fire of genius. 698. foresight &c 510. self-possession. heaven-born. discrimination &c 465. gumption. [Wisdom in action] prudence &c. wise as Solomon. -. see through. solidity. long-headed. prudent &c (cautious) 864. comprehension. rationality. inspiration. cunning &c. quick of apprehension. foresee &c 510. judicious. perspicacious. hardheaded. longsighted. sagacious. prudent. strong-minded. Solomon-like wisdom. understand &c. nimblewitted. genius. wellthought-out. geist[Ger]. not a bad idea. quick-witted. discerning. solid.S. pas si bete[Fr].]. (aptitude) 698. oracular. Adj. watchful &c. alive to &c (cognizant) 490. thoughtful. equitable. solid. 147 --> #498. quick parts. Intelligence. arch &c (cunning) 702. mother wit. V. discernment. sharp. astute. Wisdom. due sense of. bright.. know what's what &c. deep. alive. tact &c 698. keen witted. horse sense [U. acute. see with half an eye. judicious. clear witted. credat Judaeus Apella [Lat][Horace].N. listen to reason. see at a glance.eyed. needle-witted. acute &c 682. talent &c. esprit. unbigoted[obs3]. sensible. profound. intelligence. considerate. take a hint. wisdom. reasonable. cuteness. 465. depth. subtlety. wide-awake. sober. rational.]. discriminate &c. plain sense. a bright thought. sound. unperplexed[obs3]. acuteness &c adj. heaven-directed. sharp witted. brains.

mas vale ser necio que profiadol nemo solus sapit [Lat][Plautus]. shadowness[obs3]. 498. 843. Adj. ramble &c (madness) 503. poverty of intellect. imbecile. infantine[obs3]. not one's strong point. clouded perception. conceit. adj. weak. unwise. from Aristotle]. dote. lip wisdom. stupidity. rashness &c. child-like. idiotic. have no -brains. clod-pated[obs3]. short witted. addlepated[obs3]. apish. act of folly &c. inept. fat witted. ungifted. pig headed. simplicity. old-womanish. drivel. idiocy. dull understanding. blunder headed. have no sense &c. unteachable Boeotian. vacancy of mind. b. meanest capacity. driveling. maudlin. irrationality. maggoty headed. dotage. babish[obs3]. talk nonsense &c. wanting. puerile. rattle-brained. folly. puzzle headed. take leave of one's senses (insanity) 503. one's weak side. frivolity. bewildered &c.. dull minded. blunt-witted. witless. sottish. soft. senseless. 699. nosce te[Lat]. idiotism[obs3]. Imbecility. anility[obs3]. weak headed. irrational. borne. grossheaded[obs3]. foolishness &c. second childishness. babyish. half witted. inapprehensible[obs3]. 498. spoony. feeble-minded. incompetence &c (unskillfulness) 699. flosculi sententiarum[Lat]. bias &c 481. rattle headed. (credulous) 486. childish. lack-brained. infantile.475. extravagance &c (absurdity) 497. dull as a beetle. stolidity. sapere aude [Lat][Horace]. not see an inch beyond one's nose. sophistry &c. 497. blockish[obs3]. brainless. #499. unintelligent[Applied to persons]. not -bright &c. foolish. monkey around. stolid. 863. 699. aut regem aut fatuum nasci oportet[Lat]. 699. asinine. lean witted. shallow. mutton headed. 503. stultify oneself &c. trifle. radoter[obs3]. (insanity) 503. vacant. driveling. having no head &c. eccentricity &c. 646. unenlightened. bovine. 477. poor head. inconsistency. fool around. anile. incapacity. short-sighted. unreasoning. heavy. beetle headed. dull.imbecile &c adj. beef headed. weak-minded. 498. buffle headed[obs3]. Folly -. prosaic &c. infatuation &c. giddiness &c (inattention) 458. silly. want of intellect &c. shortsightedness. silliness. mas vale saber que haber[Sp]. simple &c. dull witted. Phr. apartments to let. imbecility. shallow minded. fat-headed. 498. weakness of intellect. chuckle headed. sappy. doltish. insensate. dim-sighted. unphilosophical[obs3]. 450. play the fool. blatant. muddy headed. weak in the upper story. undiscerning[obs3]. 236 . muddle headed. unintellectual. puerility. nullum magnum ingenium sine mixtura dementiae fuit [Lat][Seneca. be . Boeotic.expedient &c. obtuse. want of -intelligence &c. babyhood. <gr/gnothi seauton/gr>[Grk]. insulse[obs3]. victrix fortunae sapientia [Lat][Juvenal]. ineptitude. fatuity. hebetude[obs3]. hebetudinous[obs3]. nonsensical. simious[obs3]. "but with the morning cool reflection came" [Scott].N. blunt. inapt &c. stupid. mindless. trifling. play the monkey. les affaires font les hommes[Fr]. fatuous. addle headed. shallow-pated[obs3]. babbling. halfbaked. thick-skulled.. reasoningless[obs3]. nugacity[obs3].

gawk. master mind. grosshead[obs3]. mooncalf. 863.]. idle. radoteur[obs3]. sage. cotquean[obs3]. ignorantly read" [Pope]. shallowbrain[obs3]. inconsistent. infant. lackwit[obs3]. hoddy-doddy[obs3]. gaby[obs3]. "the bookful blockhead. ninnyhammer[obs3]. looby[obs3]. rash &c. (crazed) 503. noodle. gobemouche[obs3]. fool. owl. lown[obs3]. injudicious. no conjuror. qui n'a pas invente' la poudre [Fr]. one who will not set the Thames on fire. donkey. clotpoll. oracle. bull calf. <-. absurd. know-it-all. #501.][Lat][Cicero]. dullhead[obs3]. stock. wise men of Gotham. natural. dunce &c (ignoramus) 493. longhead[obs3]. giddyhead[obs3]. Adj. wise man. emeritus. un sot a triple etage[Fr]. numbskull. simpleton. ridiculous. mal entendu[Fr]. Tom Noddy. 700. esprit fort. oaf. authority. thinker. silly. numps[obs3]. Solomon. addlehead[obs3]. poor man's Einstein. 647.]. old woman. lunkhead sawney[obs3][U. ill-devised. master spirit of the age. child. imbecile. innocent. pointless. ass. henhussy[obs3]. without reason. [Ironically] wiseacre. chowderhead[obs3]. useless &c. unphilosophical[obs3]. grandmother. longhair. intellectual. Phr. "second Daniel. (obstinate) 606. milksop. beetlehead[obs3]. noodlehead. madman &c 504. 645. les fous font les festinas et les 237 . bigoted &c. babbler. idiot. one who did not invent gunpowder. jolthead[obs3]. unreasonable. Magi. improper. stick.p. reverenced. wizard &c. dullard. gowk[obs3]. dimwit. driveler. colt. badaud[obs3]. crock. lubber &c (bungler) 701. Phr. ninny.N. inexpedient &c. venerable." man of learning &c. block. dunderpate[obs3]. greenhorn &c (dupe) 547. dizzard[obs3]. beetlebrain. "a fool's bolt is soon shot" clitellae bovi sunt impositae [obs3][Henry V. thickskull[obs3]. fortuna favet fatuis[Lat]. nincompoop. frivolous &c. Gothamite. idiotic. witling[obs3]. shining light. ill-advised. ill-imagined. niais[obs3]. rube [U. nizy[obs3]. luminary. [Applied to actions] foolish. 481. clod-poll. loggerhead. wiseacre. calf. tomfool. jobbernowl[obs3].S. clod-hopper. crone. 994. blockhead. Davus sum non [Lat][Oedipus]. extravagant &c (nonsensical) 497. clod. giddy &c. sot. sop. asinine. men of Boeotia. stupid. 148 --> #500. lummox. baby. magnus Apollo[Lat][obs3]. goosecap[obs3]. ill-judged. loon. pretty fellow. unwise. put.narrow-minded &c. zany. trifler. genius. buzzard. expert &c. 492. tony. changeling. bigwig. sleeveless. noddy. chucklehead[obs3]. dolt. "to varnish nonsense with the charms of sound" [Churchill]. Solon. muttonhead. nonny. goose. halfwit. Fool. dunderhead. irrational. lackbrain[obs3]. il n' a ni bouche ni eperon [Fr]. bull head.N. clot-pate. incompetent (insanity) 503. Sage -. booby. jolterhead[obs3]. "fools rush in where angels fear to tread" [Pope]. lout. dotard. Nestor. doodle. (thoughtless) 458. Phr. (trivial) 643. barba tenus sapientes[Lat]. eccentric &c. old fogey.S. -.

maddened. Adj. derangement.. addle the brain. -. adj. non compos mentis. hallucination. wandering. rats in the upper story.adj. frenzy. in one's sober senses. lose one's senses. sound. disordered reason. sober down. delirium. hysteria. oddity. have a devil. nomina stultorum parietibus harrent [Lat]. come to one's senses. monomania (caprice) 608.]. (imbecility) 499. tile loose.N. lunatic . adj.. befool[obs3]. turn one's head. kleptodipsomania[obs3]. screw loose. dotage &c. (low spirits) 837[Med]. lose one's faculties. unsoundness. flip one's wig [coll. dote. deranged. drive one nuts [coll. sober senses. self-possessed. shatter brained. bereft of reason. be insane &c. dementation[obs3]. cracked. go crazy. aberration. possessed. touched. rabies. soundness &c. go mad. swimming. render mad. insanity. calenture of the brain[obs3]. flip out[coll. phrenzied[obs3]. be sane &c. (be uncertain) 475. rational. daft. Adv. crackbrained. incoherence. lose one.].sages les mangent [Fr]. neurosis. become insane &c. clinical depression. possessed with a devil. hypochondriasis &c. diseased mind. retain one's reason. wander. siriasis[obs3]. lose one's wits. abnormal mind. melancholia. affective disorder[obs3]. senses. -. rave. amentia[obs3]. touched. sober.N. mens sana[Lat]. craze. in possession of one's faculties. 149 --> #503. right mind. addle the wits. vertigo.]. n.. depression. adj. of sound mind. insane. infatuate.s head &c. reasonable. drivel &c. sound mind. unsound mind. madness &c. V. bee in one's bonnet.]. in one's right mind. rationality. coup de soleil[Fr]. adj. unhinged. (be imbecile) 499. crazy. twist. run mad. sanity. avoir le diable au corps[Fr]. go bonkers [coll. frenzied. #502. Adj.. slate loose. fanaticism. beside oneself. paranoia. phrensy[obs3]. sober. adj. bring to one's senses. lucidity. scatter brained. demented. lose one's reason.]. dementia. not right. psychosis. all possessed. lycanthropy[obs3]. flip one's bush [coll. dizziness. sound-minded. sunstroke. <-. V. adj. disordered intellect. render sane &c. mental alienation.loony[coll. crazed. retain one's senses. sanely &c. infatuation. brain storm|!.]. ramble.]. Insanity. sane. lucid. demency[obs3]. frenetic. aliene[obs3]. turn the brain.. insensate. cognitive disorder.. lose one's marbles [coll. unsettled in one's mind. become sane &c. madden. phrenitis[obs3].]. Sanity. have a screw loose &c. derange the head. lunacy. stultorum plena sunt omnia [Lat][Cicero]. sobriety. reasonless. flip one's lid[coll. raving. drive mad &c adj. delusion. lucid interval. mania. adj. 238 . eccentricity. shatterpated[obs3]. furor.p. moonstruck. severe depression. sober-minded. mad-brained. dementate[obs3]. schizophrenia. mad. compos mentis.

tenacious memory. recurrence. out of one's senses. commemoration &c.N. fanatical. raving. suggestion &c. stark raving mad. out of one's wits. 501. idiot &c. distraught. hypped[obs3]. Don Quixote. -. flapper. odd. spaced out [coll. hallucinatory. PS. candidate for Bedlam. hyped up. eccentric. hyppish[obs3].-. art of memory. madcap. retentive memory. cheat sheet.p. accurate recollection. photographic memory. prompt-book. capacious memory. not right in one's wits. reminder. hypochondriac &c. recollection.. #504. out of one's wits. memorial &c. relic. delirious. exact memory. the mind having lost its balance. things to be remembered. Phr. retentiveness. silly. [behavior somewhat resembling insanity] corybantic[obs3]. infatuated. correct memory. rememoration[obs3]. (celebration) 883. wild-eyed. mad as a hatter. artificial memory. prompt memory. tablets of the memory. haggard. flighty. Mnemosyne. mnemonics. wrong in one's head. memory. not right in one's head. [behavior suggesting insanity] maniacal. enthusiast. wild. omnes stultos insanire [Latin][Horace]. faithful memory. rhapsodist. memorandum. v. (low spirits). rambling. ira furor brevis est[Latin]. n. bewildered &c. touched in one's head. green memory|!. off one's head. mazed. fanatic. Tom o'Bedlam. <-. lunatic. memo. monomaniac. To the Past % #505. agitated. memento. rabid. token of remembrance. the reason under a cloud. perfect memory. highflier[obs3]. mad as a March hare. far gone.N. ready memory. recognition. upper story. dipsomaniac. seer. fanatico[Sp]. (information) 527. lightheaded. Adv. tet exaltee[French]. mnemotechnics[obs3]. memorabilia. not in one's right mind.]. dreamer &c. vertiginous. giddy. bedlamite[obs3]. &c. 499. wandering. flashback. stark staring mad. prompting &c. remembrance. doting. retention. crib sheet. keepsake. incoherent. imbecile. 150 --> % SECTION VI EXTENSION OF THOUGHT 1. post script. hint. trustworthy memory. exalte[French]. energumen[obs3]. of unsound mind &c. tenacity. out of one's skull [coll. kleptomaniac. raver[obs3]. 515. knight errant. Madman. retrospect. berserk. distracted. remembrancer[obs3]. madman. memoria technica[Lat]. Memory. delusional. like one possessed. [written reminder] note.. retrospection. maniac. souvenir. (record) 551. crazy. tet montee[French]. dithyrambic. veteris vestigia flammae[Lat]. phrenotypics[obs3]. depressed. out of one's mind. afterthought. 239 . reminiscence. total recall. automaniac[obs3]. crank. readiness. (uncertain) 475.tetched [dialect].]. frantic. not in one's right mind.

store the memory with. make a note of. V. retain in the memory. review. get at one's fingers' ends. unforgotten. engrave in the memory. con over. treasure up in the memory. bottle up in the memory. remember. not be able to get out of one's head. keep up the memory of. reputation &c. fix in the memory. Phr. parsque est meminisse doloris [Lat][Ovid]. indelible. redeem from oblivion. carry in the memory. pull by the sleeve. by heart. pen a memorandum &c. call upon. hold in the thoughts. green. trace backwards. reopen old wounds'. hold in the memory. reminiscential[obs3]. look back upon. impress in the memory. remain in one's mind. rivet in the memory. live in one's mind. bring to mind. n. bethink oneself.. [cause to remember] remind. carry in the mind. mendacem memorem esse oportet [Lat][Quintilian]. remain in one's thoughts. retain the memory of. prompt. trace back. flap the memory. dwell in one's memory. run in the head. recognize. haunt one's thoughts. forsan et haec olim meminisse juvabit [Lat][Vergil]. keep in the memory. keep in mind. awaken the memory. keep the wound green. have in the mind. v. memoria in aeterna[Lat]. load the memory with. (inform ) 527. flash on the mind. impress one's thoughts. stuff the memory with. know one's lesson. look back.celebrity. mindful. fan the embers. stamp in the memory. Adj. fame. refresh the memory. suggestive. jog the memory. commemorate &c. (celebrate) 883. carry in the thoughts. memorize. carry one's thoughts back. retrace. 240 . recall. tax the memory. learn at one's fingers'. beatae memoriae [Lat]. jot a note. memorable &c. task the memory. repeat by heart. grave in the memory. in memoriam. rankle &c. repeat as a parrot. live in one's thoughts. put in mind. rake up the past. manet alta mente repostum [Lat][Vergil]. mind. pent up in one's memory. within one's memory &c. recall upon. be in one's thoughts. out of sight. bring to mind. burden the memory with. con. enshrine in the memory. present to the mind. (revenge) 919. impress one's mind. uppermost in one's thoughts. pour salt in the wound. "memory the warder of the brain" [Macbeth]. flash across the memory. have at one's fingers'. suggest &c. put in remembrance. be deeply impressed with. (important) 642. hold in remembrance. have at one's fingers' ends. by rote. bear in the thoughts. embalm in the memory. tangere ulcus[obs3][Lat].. rip up. infandum renovare dolorem [Lat]. "to live in hearts we leave behind is not to die" [Campbell]. retain the remembrance of. remembered &c. dwell in one's thoughts. recollect. summon up. think back. memoriter[obs3]. repeat. retain in the thoughts. bear in the memory. have in the thoughts. bring to remembrance. be in one's mind. in memory of. keep in view. memorialize. green in remembrance. bring back to the memory. keep the memory alive. Adv. absens haeres non erit [Lat]. repeat by rote. say one's lesson. vox audita peril littera scripta manet [Lat]. renew. rub up the memory. retain in the mind. (repute) 873. dwell in one's mind. store in the memory. haunt one's mind. without book. bear in the mind. keep in the mind. "briefly thyself remember" [Lear]. recur to the mind. fresh.. remembering. out of mind. [transitive] commit to memory. renown. say one's lesson. retained in the memory &c. keep in the thoughts. call up. sink in the mind. call up. imprint in the memory. hold in the mind. (record) 551. have in the memory. v.

. foresight &c... Adj. [deliberate or unconscious forgetting] repressed memory. (belief) 484. fail to recall. 241 . (believe in) 484. Expectation. think likely &c. vista. horizon. prospection[obs3]. bygone. look out for. the memory deserting one. open-eyed. being at (or in) fault. lethe. slippery memory. oblivious. reliance. waters of oblivion. general pardon. stand at "attention. V. buried in oblivion.. presumption. 510.#506. abeyance. torment of Tantalus. mindless. contemplate. expectant.. expecting &c. keep in view. Phr. confidence. lead one to expect &c. lapse of memory. fall into oblivion. expect. obliteration &c. keep a sharp lookout for. wean one's thoughts from. bargain for. amnesia. failing memory. auspices &c. open-mouthed. (vigilant) 459. decay of memory. prepare for &c." abide. not wonder if. amnesty. suspense. hope for. not wonder &c. lose. (prediction) 511. fade from memory. (turn the attention from) 458. in wide-eyed anticipation. lookout. adj. count upon &c. 510. -. lie in wait for. trust &c. assurance.-. ardent expectation. calculation. sanguine expectation. gone out of one's head. have no head. come in one ear and go out the other. obliviousness. poor memory. forget. 455. loose memory. adj. have on the tip of one's tongue. die away from the memory. have a short memory &c. 151 --> #507. promise oneself. in expectation &c. <-. treacherous memory. forestall &c. await. perspective. look for.N. consign to oblivion. (destiny) 152. out of mind. V. hold one's breath. tarry for. short memory. forget one's own name. destiny &c. on the watch &c. Lethean. oblivion. anxious expectation. (predict) 511. v. watch for. 552 of . have in store for &c. forgotten &c. (be early) 132. have in contemplation. bide one's time. hope &c. reckoning. clean forgotten. (probability) 472. not be able to recall. 870 at. sink into oblivion. non mi ricordo[It]. let bygones be bygones &c. 552 .p. v. gone out of one's recollection. watch. expectance. lose sight of. discharge from the memory. eager expectation. sunk in oblivion. insensible &c. expectancy. insensibility &c. 858. expectation. the memory failing. heedless. escape memory. forgetful. be forgetful &c. prick up one's ears. n. unremembered. failure of memory. n. slip memory. wait for. breathless expectation. waiting. think no more of &c. 152. [cause oneself to forget: transitive] unlearn. waters of Lethe. have in prospect. keep a good lookout for.(forgive) 918. forgetfulness &c.. past recollection. look forward to. cast behind one's back. contemplation. anticipate. anticipation. 673. Oblivion. 823 to the past. curiosity &c.N. efface &c. prospect. 823 to the past. foresee &c. consign to the tomb of the Capulets. Adj.

with breathless expectation &c. nous verrons[Fr]. come unawares &c. take away one's breath. surprising. not realize one's hope. in one's view. in one's eye. burst upon one. 870. anticlimax. find one a false prophet. nobody would ever think. unlooked for. pop. on the tiptoe of expectation. miscalculation &c. with rapt anticipation. Adv. balk. little did one think. in the horizon. foreseen. come upon one. steal upon one. stand aghast &c. all agog. (exceptional) 83.-. unwarned. on tiptoe. the light at the end of the tunnel. we shall see. unexpected. not expect &c.N. n. with bated breath. spring a mine upon. V. on the watch &c.. around the corner. miscalculation &c. out of one's reckoning. V. pop. stun. dumbfound &c.N. inexpectation[obs3]. bitter disappointment. catch by surprise. n. not realize one's expectation. who would have thought? it beats the Dutch|!. fall upon. contrary to expectation. just around the corner. curious &c. (disappointment) 509. adj. disappointment. astonish. eye opener. be taken by surprise. bolt out of the blue. (wonder) 870. "expectation whirls me round" [Troilus and Cressida]. (strike with wonder) 870. yach [obs3][S. not bargain for. sudden burst. inattentive 458. a l'improviste[Fr]. aux aguets[obs3]. unheard of &c. on tenterhooks. without notice.agape. nonexpectant[obs3]. Phr. unforeseen. surprise. unpredicted[obs3]. long expected. prospective. [Failure of expectation. take by surprise. sad disappointment. Inexpectation. 481. slip 'twixt cup and lip. shock. burst like a thunderclap.. unawares. 507. adj. (instantaneous) 113. look blue. in prospect &c. start. miscalculate &c. come upon. 481. trick of fortune. nonfulfillment of one's hopes. drop from the clouds. unpredictable. false expectation &c. blow. sudden &c. Phr. (wonder) 870.. v. come like a thunder clap. fool's paradise. 242 . wonder &c. #508. expected &c. off one's guard. blighted hope. gaping. without warning. ready.. against all expectation. nobody would ever expect. start. unexpectedly. dropped from the clouds. beyond expectation. throw off one's guard. abruptly.] Disappointment. like a thunderbolt. -. turn up. take aback. find to one's cost. startling. unforeseeable (unknowable) 519. pounce upon. catch unawares. vain expectation. unhoped for. unpleasant surprise. without a "by your leave". look aghast.. electrify. plump. non-expectation. stagger. catch napping. nobody would ever suppose. unaware. thunder bolt. be unexpected &c. laugh on the wrong side of one's mouth. thunderclap. surprised &c. Adv. in an unguarded moment. surprisingly. impending &c. like a thief in the night. unanticipated. look blank. startle... v. arrectis auribus[Lat]. 481. much cry and little wool. bounce upon one. (destiny) 152. be disappointed. creep upon one. (instantaneously) 113. flash upon one. 455. heydey[obs3]! &c. false expectation. suddenly &c. on the horizon. adv. looking forward to. Adj. Africa]. pleasant surprise. little did one expect. afterclap. against expectation. just over the horizon. surprise. Int. #509. blow.

crush. mihi cura futuri[Lat]. look forwards to. respicere finem[Lat]. test the waters. foregone conclusion &c. vaticination. presentiment. prognosis. forecast. Phr. play a trick. expect &c. augurate[obs3]. farseeing. 507. 511. get the lay of the land. parturiunt montes[Lat]. dumbfounder. discomfit. Adv.p. keep a sharp lookout &c. have an eye to the future. program. horoscopy[obs3]. auguration|. look beyond. dumfounder (astonish) 870. foretaste. V. Adj. programme &c. providence &c. Prediction. defeat (failure) 732. premonstration|. (expectation) 507. jilt. foretell. dumfound. 152 --> #510. fortune telling. one's countenance falling. balk. auspices. crush one's hope. (warning) 668. prospectus &c. balk one's hope. judicial astrology1[obs3]. anticipate. longsightedness. <-. 992. 513. predict &c. Foresight. blight one's hope. prognostication. ariolation|. 668. diis aliter visum[Lat][obs3]. sooth[obs3]. soothsaying. forejudge. defeat one's hope. be beforehand &c. tantalize. foreseeing &c. have an eye to the main chance. see how the cat jumps. prognosis. announcement. dumbfound. the bubble burst. mantology[obs3]. omniation|. prediction. out of one's reckoning. prefiguration[obs3]. prognosticate. predict. (prepared) 673. bodement[obs3]. frustrate. horoscope. type. necromancy &c. (intelligence) 498. (preparation) 673. cast a nativity..[cause to be disappointed] disappoint.. 668. foresight. prophecy. anticipation. farsighted. [obs3] adytum[Place of prediction]. presurmise[obs3]. 243 . see how the wind blows. prudence &c.-. prospect &c. -. disgruntled. see how the land lies. prevision. nascitur ridiculus mus [Lat][Horace]. (plan) 626. abodement[obs3]. omen &c. [person who predicts] oracle &c. prospicience[obs3]. omniousness[obs3]. run it up the flagpole and see who salutes. divine. pry into the future. prescience. #511. (prejudgment) 481. disappoint one's hope. cernit omnia Deus vindex[Lat]. forewarn &c. (early) 132. crystal gazing. disconcerted. v. look ahead. provident &c. dash the cup from the lips. prescient. prelibation[obs3]. hariolation|. divination. against the time when. aghast. foreboding. second sight. weatherwise[obs3]. Adj. the mountain labored and brought forth a mouse. antepast[obs3]. soothsay. foreknow. forecast. prophasis[obs3]. (intelligent) 498. premonition &c. presurmise[obs3].N. prefigurement. prospective &c. nativity. discourage. v. dash one's hope. peer into the future. (plan) 626[Brit]. 512. bilk. prenotion[obs3]. foreknowledge. see one's way. cast a horoscope. forewarn &c. advise. predeliberation[obs3]. prophesy. tell fortunes. aboding[obs3]. precognition. prototype. sagacious &c. (caution) 864. [Divination by the stars] astrology[obs3]. Phr. forethought. forecast. augury. foresee. sagacity &c. scent from afar. disappointed &c. 507. play one false. look into the future. falsify one's hope.N. V. vaticinate. (vigilance) 459.

excite hope. fatidical[obs3]. expressive of different forms of divination. by fishes. lower. Adj. Aruspicy (or Haruspicy)[obs3]. Oenomancy[obs3]. Palmistry. shadow forth. announce. by ventriloquism. by mice. be the precursor &c 64. bit with the fate of. foreshow[obs3]. Tephramancy[obs3]. "there buds the promise of celestial worth" [Young].presage. lead one to expect. oracular. Pyromancy[obs3]. haruspical. weatherwise[obs3]. Genethliacs. Aleuromancy[obs3]. by a cock picking up grains. by the entrails of fishes. typify. Bletonism. Sibylline. by drawing lots. by dough of cakes. Anthropomancy[obs3]. ominate[obs3]. excite expectation. Catoptromancy[obs3]. abode. augurial. by numbers. Geloscopy[obs3]. hold out expectation. by water. by passages in books. pretypify[obs3]. by finger rings. auspicial[obs3]. Orniscopy[obs3]. Ophiomancy[obs3]. Gyromancy[obs3]. dicamus bona verba[Lat]. herald. by the Bible. raise expectation. Capnomancy[obs3]. Sciomancy. Stichomancy[obs3]. by a balanced hatchet. by fountains. by arrows. Extispicy[obs3]. Meteoromancy[obs3]. augur. forebode. Aeromancy[obs3]. premonitory. by walking in a circle. prophetic. by the hand. Dactylomancy[obs3]. Axinomancy[obs3]. Halomancy[obs3]. augural. Austromancy[obs3]. signify. portend. by writings in ashes. by birds. by the letters forming the name of the person. by dreams. Dactyliomancy[obs3]. bode. Belomancy[obs3]. [1] The following terms. Alphitomancy[obs3]. Lithomancy[obs3]. Geomancy[obs3]. Myomancy[obs3]. by ghosts.. Crithomancy[obs3]. Phr. Ceromancy[obs3]. fatidic[obs3]. 153 --> 244 . Crystallomancy[obs3]. by salt. Pegomancy[obs3]. by the mode of laughing. usher in. Oneiromancy[obs3]. Bibliomancy. Alectryomancy (or Alectromancy)[obs3]. Psephomancy[obs3]. by a balanced sieve. by nails reflecting the sun's rays. by herbs. [predict by mathematical or statistical means from past experience] extrapolate. Onychomancy[obs3]. by the color and peculiarities of wine. Hieromancy[obs3]. Onomancy[obs3]. by meteors. preshow[obs3]. foretoken. "coming events cast their shadows before" [Campbell]. Ornithomancy[obs3]. by meal. by sacrificial fire. by smoke from the altar. Psychomancy[obs3]. prefigure. Sortilege[obs3]. Hieroscopy[obs3]. prescious[obs3]. by mirrors. by dots made at random on paper. Pessomancy[obs3]. Chiromancy. Cleromancy[obs3]. Gastromancy[obs3]. by pebbles drawn from a heap. by the stars at birth. Ichthyomancy[obs3]. by crystal gazing. by dropping melted wax into water. by winds. Arithmancy[obs3]. by the entrails of animals sacrificed. portentous. Nomancy. by a wand. and are here given as a curious illustration of bygone superstitions:Divination by oracles. betoken. <-. point to. pregnant with. Rhabdomancy. premise. auspicious. extispicious[obs3]. fatiloquent[obs3]. by red-hot iron. augurous[obs3]. by pebbles. by a suspended ring. have been collected from various sources. significant of. Sideromancy[obs3]. promise. by currents. vaticinal. Anthroposcopy[obs3]. by the features. by dice. bid fair. Hieromancy[obs3]. by the entrails of a human sacrifice. predicting &cv. by precious stones. by appearances in the air. by shadows or manes. ominous. Hydromancy[obs3]. Botanomancy[obs3]. predictive. Chaomancy[obs3]. monitory. Theomancy[obs3]. project. Coscinomancy[obs3]. by sacrificial appearances.p. foreshadow.

guess. aruspice[obs3]. (belief) 484. portent.]. idea. suggestive. suppositious. presume. data.-. wis[obs3]. star gazer[obs3].. Phr. warning &c. supposititious. (precursor) 64. weather forecaster. if so be. presumptive. auspicium melioris aevi[Lat][obs3]. as if. move. postulatory[obs3]. soothsayer. conjecturality[obs3]. supposable. augur. yule candle|!. metonymy[Gram]. put forward conjecture. astrologer. oracle. suspect. 668. hazard out. Monitor. assume. v. haruspice[obs3]. provided. 511. postulatum[Lat]. surmise. take for granted. wonder if. presurmise[obs3]. bare supposition. augury. approximation (nearness) 197. postulate. suggestion. simile (metaphor) 521. Adj.N. harbinger &c. submit. suppositional. Sibyl. Omen. propound. divine. sign &c. dare say. allusive. conjectural. (by 245 . Adj. geomancer[obs3]. start. haruspex. hypothetical. assumption. prophesier. theoretical. Adv.ex hypothesi[Lat]. supposition.#512. "you don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows" [Bob Dylan]. put a case. run in the head &c. 994. Sibylline leaves. assumed position. Pythian oracle. assumed &c. crystal gazer[obs3]. allude to.-. sorcerer &c. conjecture. Pythoness[obs3]. estimate. aruspex[obs3]. prognostic. Delphian oracle. quasi. proposal &c. conjecture. Zadkiel. surmise. forecaster. prefigurement &c. presumption &c. condition. V. suggest. Sphinx. make a motion. take it into one's head. thought. inkling. Pythia.. original idea. hypothesis. suspicion. an. seer. prophet. invention (imagination) 515. vague supposition. if. in the case. suppose. in the event of. [person who predicts by non-mystical (natural) means] predictor. Phr. Python. 515. thesis. speculate. witch. position. Supposition. gratuitous. Tiresias. propose. theory. take it.-. divination. guesswork. #513. Cassandra[obs3]. auspice. imagine &c. hint. given. (memory) 505. Oracle. omen. putative. hint. notion. interpreter &c. shot in the dark [coll. (plan) 626. (indication) 550. n. speculation. presage.N. fancy. perhaps &c. Old Moore. believe. suppositive[obs3]. shot. 524. association of ideas. postulation. theorem. weatherman. put it into one's head. throw out a suggestion. proposition. on the supposition &c. give a guess. mooted. presupposition. a prophet is without honor in his own country. speculative. prognosticator. loose supposition. guess.. (analogy) 514a. put forth. SECTION VII. rough guess. loose suggestion. intimation. academic. (thought) 451. signs of the times.N. ill-boding. bird of ill omen. sneaking suspicion. presuppose. fortune teller. CREATIVE THOUGHT #514. suggest itself &c. impression. v. marvel if. conceit. theorize. wonder whether. gathering clouds. metonym[Gram]. put forward a suggestion. blue sky hypothesis. supposing &c.

myth. analogical. association etc. (ignis fatuus) 423[Lat]. lively imagination. indulge in reverie. heated imagination. visionary. shadow. happy valley. extasy[obs3]. figment. whimsey[obs3]. strain one's invention. sanguine imagination. creation of the brain. realize. Imagination. (thought) 451. romancer. fancy. reverie. imagery. inspiration. 246 . train of thought. vagary. . dreaming. crack one's invention. fairyland. fumes of fancy. "a fine frenzy". utopianism. (fallacy of vision) 443. cloudland[obs3]. idealist. devise. bugbear. daring imagination. <-. fantasy. wild imagination. fabricate. for aught one knows. pipe dream. 521. conjure up a vision. give the reins. analogy. dream. dream of. Vorstellung[Ger]. vision. -. great sea serpent. man in the moon. whim. land of Prester John. idealize. (delirium) 503[obs3]. float in the mind. give fancy. Fata Morgana &c.under creative thought we should include a separate section on analogy. Utopia. analogical thinking. ben trovato[It]. airbuilt[obs3]. "give to airy nothing a local habitation and a name" [Midsummer Night's Dream]. dream of Alnashar &c. coinage of the brain. excogitation[obs3]. somnambulist. ransack one's brains. nightmare. represent oneself. somnambulism. idealism. phantasy. distinct from 521?? --> #514a Analogy -. strike out something new. phantom &c. "thick coming fancies" [Macbeth]. coin. calenture &c. (cloud) 353. metaphor &c. le pot au lait[Fr]. castle-buildier. (error) 495. conceive. flight of fancy. castle in the air. picture-oneself. metaphor. brainstorm. Adj. Adj. conceit. romance. envision. vapor &c. rhapsodist &c. originate. figure to oneself. dream up. cudgel one's brains. fertile imagination. conception. phantasm. rhapsody. air drawn. chateau en Espagne[Fr].possibility) 470. (hope) 858[obs3].N. vorstellen[Ger]. gest[obs3]. kindgom of Micomicon. invent. frenzy. boiling imagination. bold imagination. romanticism.p. set one's wits to work. dream. flying Dutchman. "mind's eye". illusion &c. excogitate[obs3]. ecstasy.N. improvise. romanticist. #515. association of ideas. (novel) 594. fancy. chimera. fiery imagination. free association. Atlantis[obs3]. dreamland. castle-building. picture. day dream. mythogenesis[obs3]. association. millennium. create. ardent imagination. 154 --> <-. give a loose to the imagination. imagination. originality. fanciful projector. imagine. trance. imagined &c. (exaggeration) 549. "such stuff as dreams are made of" [Tempest]. warm imagination. V.. visualize. give play. stretch of the imagination &c. (fanatic) 504. Arabian nights[obs3]. rack one's brains. extravaganza. air drawn dagger. maggot. geste[obs3]. ideality. invention. fancy oneself. phrensy[obs3]. work of fiction &c. excited imagination. dreamer. suggest itself &c. fancy. playful imagination. fancy. whimsy. verve. v. golden dream. mopus[obs3]. pie-in-the-sky.

[important part of the meaning] substance. "imagination rules the world" [Napoleon]. letter of the law. notional. significative[obs3]. text. tous songes sont mensonges[French]. meaning. argument. dolphinum appingit sylvis in fluctibus aprum [obs3][Latin][Horace]. original. Phr. subject. adj[obs3]. point to. declare &c. full of sound and fury. 543 meaning. after acceptation. legendary. tenor. that is to say &c.] Meaning. Adj. bearing. l'imagination gallope[Fr]. high flown. matter. musaeo contingens cuncta lepore [Latin][Lucretius]. flighty. DIVISION (II) COMMUNICATION OF IDEAS SECTION I. explicit &c. spirit. 521. import. empty sound. aegri somnia vana[Lat][obs3]. drive at. involve &c. (interpret) 522. (fallacious) 495.] Unmeaningness. (latent) 526. sense.. speak of. unmeaningness &c. imply. mythological. fantastic. fairy-like. visionary. honest &c. meaning &c. mythic. literal meaning. convey. (latency) 526. mythical. import. scope. true &c. express. suggestion &c. <-. NATURE OF IDEAS COMMUNICATED. 525. Quixotic. #516. whimsical. allusion &c.N. creative. literally. signifying nothing". subject matter. (affirm) 535. implication. gist. 4. imaginative. bespeak. Utopian. "fancy light from fancy caught" [Tennyson]. intelligible &c. V. [Idea to be conveyed. unreal. broad meaning. figure of speech &c. 535. spirit &c. marrow. suggestive. tell of. allusive. substantial meaning. in nubibus[Lat]. le jugement ne va que le pas[French]. unstrained meaning. ideal. prima facie &c.] -. imaginary. expression. "a change came o'er the spirit of my dream" [Byron]. significance. synonym. colloquial meaning. romantic. breathe. coloring. drift. (equivalent) 27. essence.N. [Absence of meaning. -. pithy.p. purport. understand by &c. enthusiastic. fanciful. fantastical[obs3]. extravagant. [Thing signified. "sounding brass and a tinkling cymbal. pregnant with meaning. (information) 527. 155 --> #517. touch on. Adv. mean.. tantamount &c. (exact) 494 meaning. fanatic. "a tale told by an idiot. unsubsantial[obs3] &c. in the clouds. sum and substance. v. 5. gestic[obs3]. indicate.imagining &cv. inventive. to that effect. illusory &c. expressive. simple meaning. signify. meaninglessness. allude to. acceptation &c. v. literal. natural meaning." 247 . signification. (latency) 526. Wahrheil und Dichtung[German]. full of meaning. 518. scrabble. chimerical. purport. plain meaning. significant. fairy. unrealistic. general meaning. (being interpreted) 522. significatory[obs3]. force. (interpretation) 522. fancy. synonymous. fabulous. declaratory &c. implied &c. fertile. vox et praeterea nihil[Lat]. bear a sense. (manifest) 525 meaning[Lat]. dead letter.

flummery. pass comprehension. unmeant. lie on the surface. trash.N. precision &c. paradox. collect. unambiguous. Adj. -. comprehend. popularized. 248 . spinosity[obs3]. (manifestation) 525. Adv. absurdity &c. (explain) 522. take in. esp. uncertainty &c. a word to the wise. (manifest) 525. nonsensical.. in plain English. enter into the ideas of. explicitness &c. jargon &c. oxymoron. grasp. Hebrew. latency &c. mystification &c. imperspicuity[obs3]. vacant. unmeaning. master. intelligible. humbug. nugae canorae[Lat].S. V. see with half an eye. follow. speak volumes. obscurum per obscurius[Lat]. illustrative &c. [routine or reflexive statements without substantive thought. be unintelligible &c. tell its own tale. tacit &c. platitude. obvious &c. hocus-pocus. fiddle-faddle. lucid. mean nothing. easily understood. (secret) 533.-. clearness. perspicuous. baverdage. come to an understanding. twattle. catch. V. in plain terms. adj. Greek. utter nonsense. Adj. transparent. not expressed. doubtful meaning. bombast. clear as day. recognizable. in plain words. adj. (manifest) 525. transcendentalism. (unmeaning) 517. 520. verbiage. scrabble. 497. (latent) 526.. incomprehensibility. (precise) 494. jargon. puzzle &c. take. transpicuous[obs3]. freemasonry. lucidity. fudge. (explanatory) 522. elucidate &c. simplify. adj. perplexity &c.. twaddling. baragouin[obs3]. adj. be intelligible &c. palaver. understand. unmistakable &c. fiddle-faddle. intelligible to the meanest capacity. stuff. <gr/phonanta synetoisy/gr>[Grk][Grk]. niaiserie[obs3]. void of sense &c. undefinable. #519.. graphic. incommunicable.nonsense. twaddle. for the million. ambiguity &c. legibility. Unintelligibility. vagueness &c. Phr. fustian. stuff and nonsense. obscurity.. definite &c. not significant &c. unequivocal. rubbish. rant. poppy-cock [U. expressive &c. explicit. enigma. quibbling.]. (confusion) 59. senseless. plain. steganography[obs3]. positive. rigmarole. 494. garbage. sealed book. adj. 526. high Dutch. (meaning) 516.N. insignificant. inexpressible. inanity. clear up.. comprehensibility. unexpressive. clear as noonday. speak for itself. 516. trivial. inexpressive. make out. 475. rodomontade. plain speaking &c. clear. washy. legal] boilerplate. V. wish-wash. unconfused. meaningless. 525. moonshine. #518. require explanation &c. 522. diagnus vindice nodus[Lat]. balderdash. vagueness &c. quibble. (concealment) 528. jabber. he that runs may read &c. mere words. gibberish. babble. twaddle. flap-doodle. see one's way. luminous. intelligibility. Intelligibility. (unintelligibility) 519. distinct. trashy. truism. popularize. render intelligible &c. perspicuity. see daylight. be unmeaning &c. 516. pons asinorum[Lat]. bosh. trumpery. asses' bridge. unintelligibility. have a doubtful meaning. easy to understand. legible. riddle. inconceivableness. adj.

confuse &c. white lie. (ignorance) 491. Phr. puzzling (secret) 533. see through a glass darkly &c. double entente. opaque. adj. (opaque) 426. incomprehensible. equivocalness &c adj. #521. 156 --> #520. V. enallage[obs3]. undetermined. hidden &c 528. <-. adj. seen through a mist. impenetrable.p. calembour[obs3]. give it up. above comprehension. dense. enigmatic. ambiguous.-. paltering. metaphor. unpredictable. indefinite. on the other hand. unknowable. mental reservation &c. 421. [Having a double sense] Equivocalness. mysterious.-. shrouded in mystery. Phr. paradoxical. play on words. equivocation &c. Adj. pun. figurativeness &c. amphibolous[obs3]. undefinable. perplexed &c. not understand &c.. adumbration. wonder &c. word play &c. have two meanings &c. on the one hand. figure of speech. dim. inconceptible[obs3]. ambiguity. incognizable[obs3]. imagery. (wit) 842. ambiguous. allusion. not understand one another. prosopopoeia[obs3]. catachresis[obs3]. quibble. amphiboly[obs3]. conundrum &c (riddle) 533. inexplicable.render unintelligible &c. undecipherable. figure. image. 566. unforeseeable. Delphic oracle. searchless[obs3]. trope. indeterminate. mystic. metonymy[Gram]. muddy. enigmatical. as Greek to one. . colloquialism. ambiloquy|. enigmatical. acroamatical[obs3]. unaccountable. unexplained. homonymous[obs3]. inexpressible. Sphinx. 516.N. abstruse. metalepsis[obs3]. simile. irony. be able to make nothing of. application. beyond comprehension. (concealment) 528. double meaning &c. anagram. Adj. be at sea &c. type. unintelligible. miss. dark. inapprehensible[obs3]. recondite. synecdoche[Semant]. acroamatic[obs3].N. (alter) 544. double-tongued &c. facon de parler [French]. latent &c 526. lose. fable. parable.. apologue[obs3]. (bewilder) 475. homonymy[Gram]. unfathomable. (duplicity) 544. inconceivable. play at cross purposes &c. (uncertain) 475. clear as mud. paragram[obs3]. vague. garbled &c (indistinct) 447. past comprehension. incommunicable. unconceived. conceal &c 528. anagoge[obs3]. perplex &c. indecipherable. 516. 870. undiscoverable. lose the clue. homonym. Metaphor. adj. equivocal. personification. equivocate &c. amphibology[obs3]. mystical. beyond one's depth. obscure. insolvable[obs3]. occult. darken &c. not be able to make either head or tail of. nebulous. misty &c. crabbed. 249 . (invisible) 447[obs3]. equivoque[Fr]. loose. undiscernible &c. metempirical. allegory. ambilogy[obs3].. not know what to make of. illegible. transcendental. be -equivocal &c. inscrutable. 518. (confused) 59. way of speaking. (lying) 544. phrase &c. autonomasia|!. insoluble. it's Greek to me. (misinterpret) 523. not be able to account for. (derange) 61.. double entendre[Fr].

literally. annotate. physiognomy. do into. association. equivalent meaning &c. adumbrate. [methods of interpreting . misinterpretation. solve. semiology. comment upon. 27. as it were. polyglot. (indication) 550. typical. figurative. transfuse the sense of. exegetical[obs3]. key. plain interpretation. equivalent. paraphrastic. account for. Phr. pony. literal translation. define. explicatory. receive in a particular sense. synonymous. interpretation. explanation. note. employ -metaphor &c. 153 of. Adj. explanatory. expound. more simply. 549. explication. explain. comment. in explanation &c. elucidation. id est. 480a the meaning &c. hermeneutics. in plainer terms. hyperbole &c. illustrate. elucidate. videlicet. rationale. version. enucleate. construable. catachrestical[obs3].. clew &c. exemplification. oneirology acception[obs3]. literal. inference &c. 562.]. 516. Adj. to wit. convertible terms. construction. annotation. reading. popularize &c. 516. synonym. be given to understand. find the key of. rendition. in other words. tell the cause &c. explicative. expounding. answer. definition. allegorize. understand in a particular sense. turn into. semiotics. #522. decipher. make out. interpret. allegorical. exegesis. namely. crib. ironical. free translation. read. tralatitious[obs3]. V. -. mutato nomine de te fabula narratur [Lat][Horace]. light. shadow forth. mot d'enigme[Fr]. secret. so to express oneself. -. shed light upon.N. in plain. translation. misapprehension. acceptance. allusive. exemplify.S. in plainer words. metaphrastic[obs3]. translate. construe. unravel. clear up. illustration. throw light upon. equivalent &c. commentary. strict interpretation. put a construction on. n. 516 of. clarify. redition[obs3]. dilucidation|.. strictly speaking. polyglot.list] symptomatology[Med]. Adv. metoposcopy[obs3]. understand by. semeiology[obs3]. anagogical[obs3]. that is to say.exaggeration . association of ideas (analogy) 514a V. in plainer English. paleography &c. unfold. expository. dictionary &c. Interpretation. eclaircissement[Fr]. n. shed fresh light upon. read between the lines. (render intelligible) 518. accept in a particular sense. consignificative[obs3]. acceptation. apply. apposition. solution. (deduction) 480. Adv. take in a particular sense. metaphrase[obs3]. spell out. tropical. parabolic. personify. 250 . trot [U.N. <-. so to say. meaning &c. render. Misinterpretation. find out &c. so to speak. metaphorical.p. exposition. disentangle. (philology) 560. lection. allude to. 157 --> #523. gloss. find the cause. paraphrase. resolve. rendering. clavis[obs3]. simple interpretation. shed new light upon. scholium[obs3]. colloquial.

one's eyes. wrest the meaning. produce. abuse of terms. 549. production. expounder. showman. elicit &c. put through one's paces. bring out in strong relief. publicity &c. false construction. misspell. (lying) 544. (falsify) 544. cross-purposes. indicate &c. misinterpreted &c. be manifest &c. (honesty) 543. demonstrate. courier. metaphrast[obs3]. be at cross purposes.-. interpreter. play at cross purposes. transpire &c. stretch the meaning. showing off. make no secret of. show up . rear its head. pervert. commentator. evidence &c. give sign. give indication of. misunderstand. Interpreter. stand to reason.N. V.N. express. misstate. adj. detort|. show one's colors. give a false coloring. misrepresent.misunderstanding... misacceptation|. untranslatable. manifest. bring into view. explain wrongly. prolocutor. mouthpiece. misconstrue. Manifestation. hold up to view. disclosure &c. expositor.. misapprehend. dragoman. display. perversion. scholiast. annotator. misapplication. spokesman. (direct attention to) 457. exhibition. explain away. strain the meaning. 526} manifestation. bring to the front. plainness &c. appear &c. manifest oneself. cross-reading. stretch the sense. 531. 480a. represent. untranslated. tell its own tale &c. give notice. (be disclosed) 529. paraphrast[obs3]. (Edipus. (artlessness) 703. disclose &c. bring to light. unfurl the flag. 529. Adj. oracle &c. make no mystery. call into notice. catachresis[obs3]. #524. apparent. glossarist[obs3]. misapply. premonstration|.-. adj. place before one. salient. bring forth. demonstration. {ant. demonstrator. exaggeration &c. openness &c. false coloring. bring forward. falsification &c. (publish) 531. expression. MODES OF COMMUNICATION #525. 495. exhibit[Thing shown]. expose to view. put a false construction on. mistranslate. speak out. give token. bring out. draw out. cicerone. trot out. speaker. eisegesis[obs3]. show. render manifest &c. valet de place. (be visible) 446. set before one. lay before one.. prominent. 495. 513) SECTION II. misconstruction. bring into notice. V. oneirocritic[obs3]. Adj. wear one's heart upon his sleeve. plain speaking. misinterpret. 467. put a bad construction on. show. garble &c. display. v. strain the sense. make manifest. striking. hold up the mirror. exposition. 529. exhibit. distort. (intelligible) 518. parody. stare one in the face. unroll. expose. travesty. misrepresentation. set forth. indication &c. 251 . mistake &c. travesty. explainer. adj. panchement. demonstrative. mistake &c. misconceive. wrest the sense.. exponent. v. show one's face. lay open. proclaim &c. speak for itself. tell to one's face. showing &c. play upon words. (calling attention to) 457.

. silence &c (taciturnity) 585. (public) 531. unmistakable. smolder. entail. clear as noonday. inconcealable[obs3]. understand. [understand the implication] read between the lines. Adj. lurk. laugh in one's sleeve. exoteric. 525} latency. the meaning lies on the surface. explicit. conspicuous &c. Implication. 528. unwritten. above board. occultness. overt. in set terms. in the the foreground. whisper &c. concealment &c. plain as the sun at noon-day. capable of being shown. imply. snake in the grass &c. 252 . to one's face. evident. make no sign. secret &c. 527. escape detection. cela saute aux yeux[French]. 533. in open court. plain-spoken &c.v. inexpression[obs3]. latent.. clear as daylight. infer. logical implication. Latency.. lie hid &c. underlie. disclosed &c. flagrant. palpable. occult meaning. unproclaimed[obs3]. obvious. insinuation. impenetrable &c. unknown. unsung. more than meets the ear. ostensible. invisibility. Adv. at first blush.. intelligible &c. manifestly.N. pronounced. it needs no ghost to tell us [Hamlet]. 518. undercurrent. plain as the nose on one's face. volto sciolto i pensieri stretti [It]. "you don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows" [Bob Dylan]. clear as day. express. occult. 447. escape observation. untalked of[obs3]. unsaid. on the face of. literal. undisguised. 529. distinct. face of heaven. cela va sans dire[Fr]. Phr. anagoge[obs3]. open. (artless) 703. {ant. (pitfall) 667. openly &c. in open daylight. unseen &c. "something rotten in the state of Denmark" [Hamlet]. plain as the way to parish church. notorious &c.p. producible. secret &c. unapparent. undisclosed &c. unspied[obs3]. self-evident. plain as a pike staff. he that runs may read. cabala[obs3]. <-. in the face of day. cartes sur table. glaring. unpublished. autoptical[obs3]. 158 --> #526. keep back &c. in market overt. indiscoverable[obs3]. 528. abeyant. invisible &c. dormant. under one's nose. 441. imperceptibility. fari quae sentiat[Lat]. (unintelligible) 519. frank. mystery. res ipsa loquitur[Lat]. unconcealable. you can see it with half an eye. -. indubitable. prima facie[Lat]. plain. bare. not to be mistaken. escape recognition. more than meets the eye. open as day. (conceal) 528. entailment.. unshaded. face to face. arrant. manifested &c. adumbration. leave an inference. Delphic oracle. untold &c. darkness. before one's eyes. innuendo &c. (visible) 446. involve. be latent &c. patent. hidden meaning. V. 528. in broad daylight. naked. dark. stark staring. downright. le dessous des cartes[Fr]. v. unbreathed[obs3]. allusion. no secret. v. unreserved. notable. adj. 529. without reserve. in the open streets. allude to. 527. definite. (conceal) 528. unexposed. logical consequence. clear. "clothing the palpable and familiar" [Coleridge]. defined. implied &c. adj. unsuspected. implication. on the stage. barefaced. lurking &c. candid (veracious) 543.

authority. not expressed. intimation. undeveloped. representation. put before. retail. acquaint with. news &c. informer. byte. 532. innuendo. (teaching) 537. detective. [information storage media] magnetic media. announce. monition. chart. verbum sapienti [Latin: a word to the wise]. signify. announcement. by inference. pilot. impart to. mouthpiece. (describe) 594. inkling. 529. #527. outpouring. (indication) 550. give notice. unburden oneself of. publish &c. indirect. intimate. quad word. give an account &c. guide. byplay. acquaintance. uninvented[obs3]. impart. where there's smoke. by implication. disclose &c. convey the knowledge of. passing word. untracked. specify. awaken. doubleword[Comp]. 531. transmit. enlighten. point out. lay before. telegraph. on the tip of one's tongue. manual. insinuation &c. paper medium. let off one's chest. blurt out. cicerone. guidebook.N. mouchard[obs3]. covert. teller. information theory. suggestion. advise. constructive. let fall. RAM. underground. instruction &c. in the background. Adv. intercommunication. ROM. word. round robin. have one to know. (affirmation) 535. concealed &c. mention. report. secretly &c. plan. enlightenment. (interpret) 522. there's fire. segment. Phr. informant. by a side wind. "thereby hangs a tale" [As You Like It]. tacitum vivit sub pectore vulnus [Lat][Vergil]. exponent. let one know. information. bringword[obs3]. 528. put into one's head. sleuth. hint. communicativeness. make known. (description) 594. 490. notification. (journey) 266. mention. paragraph. handbook. [units of information] bit. write once read mostly memory. allusive. write word. communication. show cause. solved. steganographic[obs3]. word in the ear. gazetteer. advice. data &c. 534. gesture &c. give one to understand. subaudition[obs3]. untraced[obs3]. 531. report. inferential. direct the attention to &c. between the lines. 457. statement &c. messenger &c. 480a. newsmonger. amicus curiae[Lat]. enunciation. leave word. (latency) 526. valet de place. state &c (affirm) 535. inform. 467. spill the beans. acquaint. case. gentle hint. notice. estimate. behind one's back. specification. represent. [disclose inadvertently or reluctantly] let slip. whisper. broad hint. communicate. notify. understood. V. underhand. eavesdropper. telephone. annunciate. presentment. undiscovered &c. read-only memory. tacit. knowledge &c. reporter. WORM. delitescent[obs3]. send word. itinerary &c. inform of. report progress. Information. implicit. (record) 551.unexpressed. crooked. (teach) 537. publicity &c. optical media. tell. communiqu . random access memory. intelligencer[obs3]. 528. map. behind the scenes. instruct &c. render an account. annunciation. put one in possession of. account &c. unexplored. spy. vade mecum[Latin]. unexplained. set before. 253 . acquainting &c. express. sub silentio[Lat]. make acquaintance with. cue. explain &c. delator. wire. v. return &c.-. apprise. muffled.

bottle up. given an inkling of. latency &c. put straight. misprision. come to one's knowledge. silence &c. plain spoken &c.. unbeguile[obs3]. suggest. 533. <-. Adv. 479. disabuse. suppression.-. 530. a little bird told me.N. shade. 476. 530. know &c 490. understand. secrete. arriere pensee[Fr]. I heard it through the grapevine. pick out the fallacy. masked battery. seal of secrecy. reported &c. evasion. closeness. #527a. correct. enunciative[obs3]. disguise &c. disillusionment &c. incognita. communique. expository. secretness[obs3]. throw out a hint. throw a view over. nuncupatory|. explicit &c. close the curtain. 531. white lie. corrective. screen from observation. concealment. 544. get scent of. cipher. seclusion &c. prompt. Concealment. latitation[obs3]. encrypt. whisper in the ear. reservation. come to one's ears. Correction. conceal. set straight. 539. lock up. get wind of. obreption|. 254 . set right. steganography[obs3]. cover up one's tracks. veil. screen. disillusion one of. overhear. v. reserve. hear. tip the wink &c. v. become awake to. breathe. give a bit of one's mind. curtain. 526. draw the curtain. sneakiness. latitancy[obs3]. speak volumes. reticence.p. communicative. show one one's error. hiding place &c.N. 516. suppression of truth &c. screen from sight. occultation. I stand corrected. snake in the grass. make allusion to. cover. awaken to. V. distinguish from correcting a flaw or misbehavior] -. learn &c. published &c. from information received. seal up. nuncupative.. correct. tell one plainly. gather from. (open) 525. mystery. hiding &c. secrecy. shroud. mystification. enlighten. correction. (clear) 518. cryptography.. freemasonry. open one's eyes to. give a hint. cloak. stealthiness. (indicate) 550. 616. reach one's ears. be cloud. 159 --> #528. declaratory. glance at.. encode. masquerade. drawing the veil. stealth. (taciturnity) 585. put out of sight. adj. 893. v.hint. undeceive[obs3]. Phr. set right. (artless) 703. whisper. underhand dealing. screen &c. open one's eyes. informed &c. communicatory[obs3]. become alive. V. pick out an error. be mask. (cunning) 702. point out a fallacy. Phr. undeceive[obs3]. be informed of &c. drop a hint. confutation &c. point out an error. hide. reasoning &c. privacy. pick apart an argument. Adj. allude to. give the cue. 530. secret &c. [Correct an error of information. Adj. stowaway. insinuate. mental reserve.. expressive &c. tell once for all. open the eyes of. eclipse. slyness &c. secretiveness &c.

prowl. keep from out of sight. dark... entre nous[Fr]. 893. not let it go further. uncommunicative. don't tell a soul. hide in holes and corners. behind the curtain. keep back. steal along. behind a screen &c. underhand. retire from sight. 530. befog." nobody the wiser. adj. lie in close. underground. lie hid. leave in the dark. (deceive) 545. mystify. recondite. 893. adj. Phr. clouded. still hunt.. in petto. steal by. reticent. beyond the grave. secluded &c. keep a secret. close. smother. covert &c. hid from mortal vision. not let the right hand know what the left is doing. ignore &c. furtive. keep to oneself. in the dark. stifle. blindfold. undisclosed &c. under the seal of secrecy. privy. hold one's tongue &c. sotto voce[Lat]. keep in the dark. untold &c. januis clausis[Lat]. into the eternal secret. it must go no further. tortuous.. behind the veil. 529. seclude oneself &c. under the rose. hush up. lurk. in strictest confidence. esoteric. not breathe a syllable about. between you and me. withhold. beyond mortal ken. keep from out of view. a la sourdine[obs3]. reserve. in one's sleeve. adj. confidential. incognito. bury. secret. inviolate. 460. between ourselves. private. puzzle &c. in hiding. in confidence. steal out of. inviolable. v. v. mystic. in secret. with closed doors. in private."tell it not in Gath. (cunning). into the realms supersensible[obs3]. clandestine. cryptical[obs3]. in strict confidence. close as wax. inter nos. (render uncertain) 475. taciturn &c. whisper. aside. buttoned up. in the background. surreptitious.447. in a fog. behind one's back. keep secret. confidentially &c. between you and me and the bedpost. lie in ambush (ambush) 530. under the table. undercover. stealthy.. by stealth. hidden. in the dark &c. keep in the shade. on the sly. invisible &c. in ambush. (unintelligible) 519. concealed &c. behind the scenes. irrevealable[obs3]. in a dark corner. in a haze. a couvert[Fr]. auricular. cryptic. secretly &c. blind. fence with a question. hoodwink. sly &c. slink. throw into background. into the supreme mystery. wrapt in clouds[obs3]. in the shade. without beat of drum. keep one's own counsel. it will go no further. under an eclipse. in a cloud. keep dark. mysterious &c.. like a thief in the night. 530. suffer an eclipse. make no sign. beyond the veil. keep close. a huis clos[Fr]. cabalistic. occult. keep snug. 585. bamboozle &c. 527. skulk. unmentionable. buried. Adj. lie in perdu[Fr]. blind the eyes. v.mask. untraceable. be concealed &c. not to be spoken of. under the cloak of. behind a screen &c. play at bopeep[obs3]. in camera. obreptitious[obs3]. keep from. reserved. close. perdu[Fr]. hole and corner. hugger mugger. muffle. sink. in a whisper. alitur vitium vivitque 255 . skulking &c. with bated breath. in disguise. ensconce. steal into. suppress. bury one's talent in a napkin. sub rosa[Lat]. evasive. stealthily &c. 702. wrapped in clouds. in a mist. sneak. not breathe a word. couch. secretive. disguise. a la derobee[Fr]. in holes and corners. keep from. feline. smother. adj. (silence) 585. hide one's light under a bushel. play at hide and seek. underhand. keep in the ignorance. hide oneself. throw into the shade. (latent) 526. en tapinois[Fr]. Adv.

cloak. divulge. [person who discloses a secret] tattletale.N. tear aside the veil. itself. back stairs. not for attribution <-. a light breaks in upon one. abditory[obs3]. acknowledge the corn* [U. masquerade dress. discover &c. Int. bursting of a bubble. peep out. let out. V. secret place. (source of danger) 667. tell tales. let drop. squeal. expose. let slip.N. unriddle &c (find out) 480a. drop the mask. show its colors. telltale &c (news) 532. show one's cards. transpire. draw aside the veil. dismask|. become known. disburden one's mind. unburden one's mind. deterration[obs3]. unfold. remove the veil. vent. disclosed &c. remove the mask. come in sight &c. correct. own to the soft impeachment. lift the veil. blurt out. whisper about. mimicry. give utterance to. Ambush [Means of concealment]. unbosom oneself. break the seal. show its face. backgrounder. give vent. open the lips. unseal.p. utter.. acknowledgment. raise the veil. throw off all disguise. background session. unveil.. speak out &c (make manifest) 525. confess. blinker. escape the lips.v. snitch [all coll. leak out. undeceive[obs3]. confession. public &c. (be visible) 446. [confidential disclosure to news reporters] background information. d sillusionner. blind. "let it be tenable in your silence still"[Hamlet]. tear the curtain. avow. bare. ambush. unkennel. veil. exposition. domino. deep background. throw off the mask. the murder is out. lurking place. admit. Disclosure -. open up. concede. say the truth. creep out. sing. uncover. let into the secret. denouement.v. let fall. stalking horse. own. flash on the mind. grant. canary.out with it! Phr. disburden one's conscience. unbeguile[obs3]. cover. come out of school. lay bare one's mind. expose. disburden one's heart. open. secret drawer. make public &c 531. (snare) 545. vizor[obs3]. holes and corners. oubliette. ooze out. trap &c. disclosure. lift up the veil. raise the mask. shade. rat. cloud. speak the truth. #530. -. pitfall &c. avowal. adytum[obs3]. the scales fall from one's eyes. lay open. acknowledge. tell &c (inform) 527. crypt. set right. curtain. deep background information. open. 256 . 160 --> #529.]. mask. betray. tell a piece of one's mind[Fr]. stool pigeon. lurking hole. recess. exposure. visor. peach. break through the clouds. own up to. let the cat out of the bag. unmask. 525. revelation. break. come out. crop-out. revealment. open one's mind.tegendo[Lat][obs3]. disabuse. lay bare. disclose. snitch. reveal. draw the veil. lay open. blab. Adj. (refuge) 666. open the eyes of. breathe. closet. secret path. whole truth. reveal the secrets of the prison house. be disclosed &c. shrift. camouflage. expose. turn King's (or Queen's) evidence. come out with.. lift the mask. ambuscade. come to light. fink. discover. the eyes are opened. confessional. retection|. make a clean breast. hiding place. spill the beans. take off the seal. split. allow.S. hold. show one's hand. bring to light. retreat &c. turn inside out. unveiling &c. tattle.]. screen. disguise.

edit. vox populi. Adj. telegram. Oyez! O yes! notice! Phr. town tattle. News. Adv. go the rounds. ad. publish in the Gazette. send round the crier. aux aguets[obs3]. #532. lie in ambush &c (hide oneself) 528. telegraphy. with open doors. raise a hue and cry. the Press. virum volitare per ora[Lat]. flagrancy. bandy about. evulugate. report &c (news) 532. 527. diffuse. give forth. blend into the background. these are to give notice. affiche[obs3]. advertisement. semel emissum volat irrevocabile verbum[Lat]. flying rumor. nomina stultorum parietibus haerent[Lat]. information &c 527. budget of news. lurk. this is to give. edition.. blaze about. announce with beat of drum. proclaim from the housetops. buzz about. ambuscade. notice is hereby given. pass current. send forth. drag before the public. set news afloat. spread. cable. come out. open &c 525. [transitive] camouflage. errand. imprint. acquire currency. piece of news[Fr]. advice. news. aviso[Sp]. promulgate. indiction[obs3]. rumor. circulate. oui dire[Fr]. embassy. drag into the open day. scandal. tidings. placard. currency. emit. raise a cry. news stirring. go through the length and breadth of the land.. journal. go forth. get abroad. flagrant. utter. publicly &c. circulation. whisper about. circular. promulgation. report.V. bruit. Adv. get about. encyclic[obs3]. 161 --> #531. pronunziamento [Italian]. communication. rumor. pass from mouth to mouth. lay before the public. public announcement &c 527. noise abroad. in circulation. hue and cry. propagate. go about. spread. bill.. proclamation. voice. bring before the public. blazon. issue. post up afficher[obs3]. spread like wildfire. despatch. advertise. buzz about. find vent. buzz. broach. see the light. hype. hearsay. propagation. fame.. get afloat. in open court. public press. sound a trumpet. take air. word. fly about. public. disseminate. newspaper. notorious. promulgatory[obs3]. become public &c adj. 257 . blaze abroad. cry. eavesdropping.-. manifesto. trumpet forth. circular letter. run like wildfire. post. cry.N. exoteric. daily. V. hidden. talk. publicity. Adj. poster. proclaim at Charing Cross. blend in. publisher &c v. wire. publish.-. give tongue.v. go the round of the newspapers. ambush. placard. encyclical. budget of information. spread abroad. be published &c. hawk about. blow about. published &c. give out. marconigram[obs3]. lie in wait for. make known &c (information) 527. (news) 532. bruit about. on dit[Fr]. put forward. make public. camouflaged. notice &c. current &c.. herald. arrant. intelligence. Publication. thunder forth. talk of. raise a report. put forth. announce with flourish of trumpets. set a trap for &c (deceive) 545. <-.p. dispatch. Int. notoriety. bruit. speak of. trumpet-tongued. get wind.N. get out. proclaim. give to the world. gazette. message. broadside.. be public. concealed. put about. adj. publication.

many-tongued. monogram.N. mazy. currently rumored. mystery. the information industry. logogriph[obs3]. as the story runs. television. what's up?. in circulation. V. Mercury. by wireless. 531. secret &c. news media. it is said. by telegraph. as the story goes. latency &c 526. in person. gazette. internuncio[obs3]. war correspondent. rife. emissary. pursuivant[obs3]. ambassador &c (diplomatist) 758. runner. Associated Press. [officials providing news for an organization] press secretary. foreign correspondent. in every one's mouth. talebearer. currently reported. glad tidings. public relations man. tittle tattle. reporter. TASS [Soviet Union]. the press. rumored. top secret. Ariel[obs3]. bellman[obs3]. what's the latest poop?. legate. 519. next-day delivery. news department. publication &c. Hyrcynian wood. old story. dak[obs3]. Secret. flag bearer. anchorwoman[obs3]. as they say. newsman. stirring news. UPI. marshal. terra incognita &c. Reuters [England]. puzzle. le desous des cartes [Fr]. journal. [person reporting news as a profession] newscaster. maze. riddle. newspaper. enigma. NYT[abbr]. herald. live coverage. arcanum[obs3].-. Messenger. ticker (electronic information transmission) . envoy. scandalmonger. Iris. AP. anchorman. gossip. labyrinthine. "airy tongues that syllable men's names" [Milton]. The Dow Jones News Service. confidential. chestnut*. public relations department. old news. nut to crack. transpire &c (be disclosed) 529. canard. publicly rumored. crux criticorum[Lat]. Adj. apparitor[obs3]. overnight mail. courier. news team. [organizations producing news reports] United Press International. magazine. secret. current. charade. Sphinx. #533. paradox &c (difficulty) 704. Adv. narrator &c (describe) 594. (ignorance) 491. idea afloat. on-the-spot coverage. on the spot. errand boy. topic of the day. nuncio. rumor &c (publish) 531. commissionaire[Fr]. journalist. correspondent. anagram. The Nikkei [Japan]. radio. trumpeter. DJ. special correspondent. profound secret. newsboy. post 258 . intricacy. Phr. rebus. tract. messenger.N. flash. weatherman. estafette[obs3]. news just in. tattler. telltale. fresh news. Asian mystery[obs3]. [methods of conveying news] media. what's new?. Adj. problem &c (question) 461. <-. (concealed) 528. newsmonger. express mail. The New York Times News Service. labyrinthian[obs3]. going about.table talk. [study of news reporting] journalism.p. unintelligibility &c. live. 248. sportscaster. mail. dead secret. conundrum. involved &c. labyrinth. newswoman. afloat. all over the town. bulletin. floating. meander.-. chore boy. what's the latest?. stale news. secrets of the prison house. crier. sealed book. post. parlementaire[Fr]. in progress. stale story. 162 --> #534.

vouch. propose.. Affirmation. quoth he. predicatory[obs3]. swear. put forth. emphasis. 527. propound. lay down the law. soi-disant[Fr]. in truth. warrant. &c. egad. state. adjure &c (put to one's oath) 768. telegraph. special correspondent. profess. dixi[Lat]. declaratory. by jingo. certain &c 474. peremptory. avow. protest. broad.v. marry.. in the affirmative. legal pledge. definitive. swear till all's blue. upon oath. I must say. Adj. dogmatics &c 887. confirmation. vitam impendere vero[Lat]. by my troth. predicate. dogmatize. solemn. be assured &c (belief) 484. have the last word. I'll warrant you. not to mince the matter. take one's stand upon. I'd have you to know. informer &c. [person reporting news: see news &c. forsooth. V. ex-cathedra. with emphasis. in sober sadness. distinct. explicit &c (patent) 525. 259 . profession. reassert. asseverate. allege. say.N. repeat.. give me leave to say. predication. in earnest. affirmance. spy. advance. carrier pigeon. sadly. enunciate. swear till one is blue in the face. trenchant. maintain. lay stress on. raise one's voice. declare. own correspondent. set forth. swear till one is black in the face. 532] reporter. positive. marked. contend. solemn averment. joking apart. affirmative. avouchment. penny-a-liner. assure. absolute. I assure you. confident. Phr. flat. emphatic. affidavit. categorical. broach. remark. be sworn. make an affidavit. I'll engage. perdy[obs3]. aver. let me tell you. swear by &c (believe) 484. protestation. call Heaven to witness. depose. take one's Bible oath. (assent) 488. you may be sure. ipse dixit[Lat]. insist upon. pronouncement. scout. statement. put forward. assert. Fedex. express. pretend. solemn avowal. I'll take my oath. hold out. in fact. allegation. decided. predicable. so help me God. asserting &c. indeed. pronunciative[obs3]. adjuration. I'll answer for it. position &c. formal. UPS. wire (electronic information transmission). dogmatism &c. asseveration. delivery service. yes &c (assent) 488. pointed. affirm. deposition &c (record) 551. take one's oath. United Parcel Service. put in an affidavit. affirmatively &c adj. #535. acknowledge &c (assent) 488. I'll warrant. swearing. I'll be bound. unretracted[obs3]. by Jove. assert roundly. without fear of contradiction. oath. I'll venture to say. kiss the book. representative of the press. gentleman of the press. by George. depone. seriously. rap out. weight. observation. sentence. protest. of a truth. upon my honor.-. assert positively. as God is my witness. avouch. truly. acknowledgment &c. cable. swear by bell book and candle. affirmation. pronounce. troth. announce &c (information) 527. telephone. assertion. word. (certainty) 474. (proposition) 514. why. i' faith. certify. swear an affidavit. averment. saying. Adv. vow. solemn declaration. letter bag. dictum. make oath. upon my word. have one's say. assurance. in all conscience. round. reaffirm. dogmatic.. Federal Express. emphasize. lay down. in sadness. attest &c (evidence) 467. make an assertion &c n.

emphatic denial. prolection[obs3]. contravene. 260 . [negative with respect to time] never. disavowal. ignore &c 460.v.S.-. [methods of teaching] phonics. moral education. qualify &c 469.#536. deny emphatically. practice. calisthenics. book exercise. not at all. propagandism[obs3]. impugn. Montessori method. technical education. retraction &c 607. in no respect. gainsay. disavow. deny entirely. nothing of the sort. set aside. liberal education. never in a million years. excitation. discipline. disown. no. negative. emphatic contradiction. Phr. deny peremptorily.N. denying &c. dementi[Lat]. sloyd[obs3]. non haec in faedera[Lat]. physical education. denial. primary education. deny absolutely. rebut &c. v. tutelage. disclaim. 163 --> #537. schooling &c. physical drill. belie. propaedeutics[obs3].. not. college education. advise &c. negatively. abnegation. Adj. call in question &c. collegiate education. instruction. secular education. contradiction. inculcation. sermon. contradict. education. recusancy &c (dissent) 489. persuasion. by no manner of means. by no. negatory. nowise. exercise. opsimathy[obs3]. task. quite the contrary. far from it. traverse. teaching &c. inoculation. edification. religious education. not a bit. secondary education. university education. shake the head.v. tutorage. brute memory. nothing of the kind. repudiation &c 610.v. give the lie to. join issue upon. parable.C. at no time. deny flatly. indoctrination. negative. recuse[Law]. rote memorization. protest. bring in question. initiation. abjuration.. tuition. preparation. Negation. rebut. not in the least. propaganda. gymnastics. not so. Chautauqua [U. guidance. classical education. 695. at issue upon. course of study. deny. chalk talk. recusation[obs3][Law]. training. negative. grammar. not a whit. denominational education. V. three R's. apologue[obs3]. moral tuition. contradictory. controvert. no such thing. refuse &c 764. lecture. military education. lesson. curriculum. on no account. (doubt) 485. confutation &c 479. recusant &c (dissenting) 489. denied &c. give denial to.. qualification &c 469.p. prohibition &c 761. negatory. course. there never was a greater mistake. disclaimer. no way [coll. tout au contraire[Fr]. explanation &c (interpretation) 522. nohow. (confute) 479. ungraded classes. Adv. contravention.].. elementary education. &c (beginning) 66. A. repudiate &c 610. recant &c 607.]. cooperative learning. dispute. disaffirm. nay. not a jot. negation. tant s'en faut[Fr]. flat contradiction. I know better.B. proselytism. drill. <-. direction. refusal &c 764.N. -. give (one) the lie in his throat. preachment. rote. Teaching. deny wholly. qualification. a thousand times no. discourse. revoke &c (abrogate) 756.

misdescribe[obs3]. sophistry &c 477. Adj. ambiguas in vulgum spargere voces [Lat][Vergil]. A. send to school. workbook. throw off the scent.D. exam.p. sharpen the wits. a bovi majori disscit arare minor[Lat]. misdirection. infiltrate. habituate. instructional. misinstruction[obs3]. mid-term exam grade[result of measurement of learning]. fail. infix. piscem natare doces [Lat]. quaenocent docent[Lat]. point a moral. give a discourse. misinform. [person or government agent who misteaches] propagandist. set right. propagandize. misteach[obs3]. misinformaton. "teach the young idea how to shoot" [Thomson]. read a lesson. indoctrinate.E. give a sermon. pervert. misguide. propaedeutic[obs3]. indoctrination.C. exercise.. bring forward. incomplete. open the eyes.B.. <-. unedifying. [instructional materials] book. misleading &c. give a lecture. Phr. doctrinal. V. examination. disinform. [unnecessary teaching] preach to the wise. educate. qualify. score. sermonize. misrepresent. bring up to. exercise book. disciplinal[obs3]. instructive. misinstruct[obs3]. project. take in hand. given an idea of. marks. beat into. drynurse[obs3]. break. pass. incept[obs3]. coach. theme. didactic. (conceal) 528.N. educational. adeo in teneris consuecere multum est [Lat][Vergil]. put to nurse. college of Laputa. 164 --> 261 . form. lecture. misintelligence[obs3]. propaedeutical[obs3]. disseminate. take-home lesson. teach one's grandmother to suck eggs. perversion. 658. break in. qui docet discit[Latin]. direct. scholastic.[measuring degree of learning of pupils] test. give new ideas. instill. edify. preach to the converted. prepare. teaching &c. nurture. instruct. train. lie &c 544. final exam. convince &c (belief) 484. ground. ingraft[obs3]. homework. initiate. taught &c. render unintelligible &c 519. misguidance. academic. V. implant. hold forth. infuse. drill. cram. inoculate. breed. the schoolmaster abroad. agitprop. inure &c (habituate) 613. exercise for the student. Phr. the blind leading the blind. expound &c (interpret) 522. "sermons in stones and good in everything" [As You Like It]. tutor. the blind leading the blind. (attention) 457. bring up. preinstruct[obs3]. imbue. improve &c. discipline.F. enlarge the mind. inculcate. impregnate. beat into the head. throw off the trail. #538. [misteaching by government agents] propaganda. Adj. enlighten &c (inform) 527.v[obs3]. moralize. teach granny to suck eggs. preach. mispersuasion[obs3]. false teaching. rear. Misteaching. put on a false scent. direct attention to &c. school. graft. give a lesson. deceive &c 545.v. teach. unteach. docendo discimus[Lat]. mislead &c (error) 495.v.-. impress upon the mind. sow the seeds of. guide. impress upon the memory. put in the way of. familiarize with. miscorrect[obs3]. practice. put up to. prime. bewilder &c (uncertainty) 475. misteaching[obs3]. tame. disinformation. gentleman's C. misdirect. mystify &c. misteaching &c.v.

attainment.-. prentice[obs3]. leave school. mind one's book. acquaint oneself with.N. pupilarity[obs3]. run the eye through. learn by rote. study. prenticeship[obs3]. prelector[obs3]. obtain knowledge. pastor &c (clergy) 996. instructor. -. study. crammer. guru. institutor. Adj. master. be studious &c adj. go to school. [stop going to school involuntarily] flunk out. chalk talker. [study intensely] burn the midnight oil. read. tutelage. governess. run the eye over. be dismissed &c. cram. take in knowledge. selfinstruction. pioneer. pupil. example &c (model for imitation) 22. erudition. tutelage &c (teaching) 537. master. eleve[Fr]. director. learning. gather knowledge.N. coach. qui doet discet[Lat]. missionary. [cause to stop going to school (transitive)] dismiss. studious. articled clerk. scholarship. apprenticeship. edification. drink in knowledge. learn one's trade. expositor &c 524. lore. alumnus.N. acquired knowledge. Phr. pupil teacher. disciplinarian. matriculate. wide information. "a lumber-house of books in every head" [Pope]. V. pedagogue. grind. industrious &c 682. cram. docility &c (willingness) 602. Learner. reading. con over. #541. amateur. professorship &c (school) 542. take a leave. journeyman. scholar. professorial. acquisition of knowledge &c 490. grinder. go to the university. imbibe knowledge. [stop going to school volunarily (intransitive)] drop out. Phr. wade through. get up. teacher. alphabetarian[obs3]. don. glean learning. in statu pupillari &c (learner) 541[Lat]. scholastic. pupilage. transfer. at one's books. apostle. receive knowledge. apt &c 698. guide. be taught &c 537. dame. bear leader. propagandist.#539. expel. dry nurse. serve one's time. peruse. inquiry &c 451. "lash'd into Latin by the tingling rod" [Gay]. schoolmistress. pore over. Teacher. beginner. perusal. abecedarian. learn by heart. acquire knowledge. ancora imparo[Lat][obs3]! "hold high converse with the mighty dead" [Thomson]. acquisition of skill &c 698. Adj. schoolmaster. prolocutor. matriculation. novitiate. tutor. Learning -. Adv. reader. governor. apprentice. preceptor. abecedarian. docile &c (willing) 602. acquirement. glean knowledge. 262 . collect knowledge. gain knowledge. dip into. go to college. professor. rank amateur. munshi[obs3]. quit school. get knowledge. tyro. be informed &c 527. usher. #540. make oneself acquainted with. spell. learner. coach up. khoja[obs3]. pick up knowledge. preacher. consume the midnight oil. monitor. glean information. serve an (or one's) apprenticeship. lecturer. trainer. kick out of school. thumb over. scholarly. make oneself master of. Corypheus. learn. student. dominie[Fr]. aptitude &c 698. teachable. graduate. duenna[Sp]. turn over the leaves. mentor &c (adviser) 695.

cyclopedia. middle class school. university. Prefect of Studies. questionist[obs3]. boarding school. frosh. scrupulous &c (honorable) 263 . state. seminar. form. Textbook Committee. academy. school of art. fresh. Board of Education. propaganda. dame's school. resident. denominational school. disciple. Adv. probationer. freshman. fellow-student. the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth. bona fides[Lat]. grade. lecture room. grant-in-aid school. love of truth. fellowship. in statu pupillari[Lat]. 165 --> #543. part-time student. collegiate. <-. unvarnished tale. scholastic. primer. debutant. horn book. palaestra. [college and university students] undergraduate. grammar. chela. Gymnasium. art school. honest truth. institution. encyclopedia. matriculated student. naval academy. not deceive &c. reformatory. Phr. inceptor[obs3]. dictionary. veracity. proselyte. sincerity. Veracity. true. manual. military school. forum. show oneself in one's true colors. voluntary school. truth. post-doctoral student. catechumen. higher grade school. creche. veridical. day school. rostrum. lectureship. junior soph[obs3]. convent school. V. ex cathedra[Lat]. school book. rudiments. honesty. auditorium. continuation school. Adj. (be blunt) 703. in leading strings. truthfulness.-. #542. neophyte. pre-med. missionary school. abecedary[obs3]. National school. fellow-commoner. law student. platform. follower. 542. post-doc. [place of learning] school &c.recruit. paint in its true colors. V. reading desk. senior. kindergarten. tutorship. chair. seminary. learn. 939. educational. primary school. pulpit. theater. County Council school. junior. practise. hustings. speak by the card. Board of Studies. tribune. naval school. alma mater. collegiate school. unreserve|!. condisciple[obs3].p. school. graduate student. seminar. remove. schoolboy. soap box desk. nursery. Lindley Murray. veracious. grammar school. Adj. vade mecum. sophomore.. fidelity. speak one's mind &c. ingenuousness &c (artlessness) 703. Board school.-. amphitheater. professorship. class. 545. lectern. [apprentice medical doctors] intern. adj. novice. [group of learners] class. high school. night student. government school. medical student. raw recruit. probity &c. School Board Council of Education. School. plain dealing. college. auditor. pupilage &c (learning) 539. technical school. not lie &c 544. text book. senior soph[obs3]. academic. infant school. school. sober truth &c (fact) 494. apostle. truthful. Lyceum. &c. Cocker.N. ambo[obs3].N. tell the truth. light of truth. preparatory school. state-aided school. speak the truth. readership. sophister[obs3]. frankness. seminarian. British and Foreign school. practise makes perfect. lexicon. institute. make a clean breast &c (disclose) 529. candor. Adj.

Adv. mere outside. unaffected. forgery. (misinterpret) prevaricate. perversion of truth. malingering. distort. deception) --> #544. magna est veritas et praevalet[Lat]. insincerity. fence. get up. garble. give a gloss. pretending. be a liar &c 548. 546. varnish. true hearted. duplicity. V. il volto sciolto i pensieri stretti[It]. cant. blow hot and cold. equivocation. cry "wolf!' 264 . blague[obs3]. invention. mendacity. perfidy &c (bad faith) 940. crocodile tears. v. trustworthy. equivocate. with truth. bumcombe. in plain words &c 703. in truth. unreserved. suppressio veri[Lat]. exaggeration &c 549. in good truth. quibble. put false coloring upon. swear false. untruth &c 546. misrepresentation. fencing. sincere. hypocrisy. "organized hypocrisy". palter. in good earnest. embroider. untruth &c 546. repondre en Normand[Fr]. sham. evasion. suppression of truth. candid. esto quod esse videris[Lat]. unfairness &c (dishonesty) 940. in foro conscientiae[Lat]. falsify. forswear. falsification. straightforward.. guile. falseness. palter to the understanding. troth. Judas kiss. false swearing. bona fide. verite sans peur[Fr]. belie. with no nonsense. fabricate. varnish right and puzzle wrong. honor bright. from the bottom of one's heart. put a false construction upon &c. put a gloss. unfeignedly. fib. mealy-mouthedness[obs3]. 454. misrepresent. ingenuous &c (artless) 703. color.N. shuffling. 545. in sooth[obs3]. lip service. sooth to say[obs3]. open hearted. exaggerate &c 549. undissembling &c (dissemble &c 544)[obs3]. trump up. mouth honor. be false &c adj. misstatement &c (error) 495. perjure oneself. trim. shuffle. veritas odium parit[Lat]. bam*[obs3]. fake. without equivocation. tell a lie &c. Dichtung und Wahrheit[Ger]. perversion. humbug. deception &c. suggestio falsi &c (lie) 546[Lat]. fabrication. truth-loving. blague[obs3]. dress up. pervert. distortion. Machiavelism. mystification &c (concealment) 528. false coloring. flattery.. pharisaism. double dealing. as the dial to the sun. veritatis simplex oratio est[Lat]. lip homage. gammon. Phr. falsity. misstate. hatch. frank. lying &c.should clarify distinction between untruth generally (objectively false) and untruth in communication (lie. artfulness &c (cunning) 702. dissembling. mere show. truly &c (really) 494. gloss over. Falsehood. as good as one's word.939. simulation &c (imitation) 19. speak falsely &c adv. guile. hollowness. guileless. misreport. quackery. pure. subreption[obs3]. unperjured[obs3]. concoct. bona fide. force. cajolery. as the needle to the pole. by my troth &c (affirmation) 535. of a truth. flimflam. lying &c. unfeigned. mince the truth. -. invent. jesuitry. perjury. flam. deceit. open. <-. misquote. give a color to. undisguised &c (real) 494. covin[obs3]. uncontrived. di il vero a affronterai il diavolo[It][obs3]. dissimulation. beat about the bush. in good sooth[obs3]. lie. honest. bun-kum[obs3]. fraud. cartes sur table. lie like a trooper. outspoken. charlatanry. disguise. miscite[obs3]. romance &c (imagine) 515. prevarication. bear false witness. pretense. cook. charlatanism[obs3]. jesuitism. simple-hearted. "that golden key that opes the palace of eternity" [Milton]. true blue. play fast and loose. falsehood.

S. loaded dice. drop* game. ballot-box stuffing barney*[obs3][U. 265 . double handed. fraud. reach. (cunning) 702. contrived. la mentira tiene las piernas cortas [Sp]. cobweb. spring-net. collusion. perfidious &c 940.p. put on the mask. ambush &c 530. Phr. juggle. coquet. collusory. play a double game. delusion. lie like a conjuror. stratagem &c (artifice) 702. card sharping. double dealing. hocus. gullery[obs3]. play the hypocrite. treachery &c 940. (cunning) 702. flytrap[obs3].]. juggling.]. fraudulency[obs3]. with a double tongue. brace* game. jesuitical. mummery. sail under false colors. smooth tongued. hocus-pocus. falsely &c adj. say the grapes are sour. slight of hand. conjuring. decoy. dealing from the bottom of the deck. masquerade. hand out false colors. cant. covinous. hollow. cozenage[obs3]. 166 --> #545. imposture. double minded. "I give him joy that's awkward at a lie" [Young]. catch. double hearted. collusive. quick shuffle. false. Adv. deceitful. artful dodge. faithless. jockeyship[obs3]. tricks upon travelers. dealing seconds. knavery &c. artful &c. circumvention. bait. stacked deck. confidence trick. fetch.]. artificial. dionaea[obs3]. fake. wolf in sheep's clothing &c (deceiver) 548. clean the outside of the platter. borrowed plumes. bubble. feign. canting. false colors.S. affect &c. "O what a goodly outside falsehood hath" [Merchant of Venice]. prestidigitation. masked battery. legerdemain. sincere. sham Abraham. theft &c. prestigiation|. hoax. deceit. bluff. trapdoor. disguisement[obs3]. sliding panel. "commend the poisoned chalice to the lips" [Macbeth]. trothless. feint. baited trap. falsified &c v. play false. hold out false colors. fraudulence. Adj. shell game. fraudulent. practical joke.S. affected &c 855. plant. plausible. Parthis mendacior. 855. Janus faced. untrue &c 546. play a part. springe[obs3]. falsus in uno falsus in omnibus[Lat]. mask. pitfall.. untruth &c 546. blind. falseness &c 544. double tongued. a la tartufe. uningenuous. ambiguas in vulgum spargere voces [Lat]. green goods [U. hollow-hearted. blandae mendacia lingua[Lat]. tartuffish. jugglery[obs3]. spurious &c (deceptive) 545. false bottom. coggery|. meshes. act a part. covin[obs3]. guet-a-pens. misrepresentation &c (falsehood) 544. Venus's flytrap[obs3]. double. unveracious. truthless. assume. straw-bail. mine.S. trap. smooth spoken. unfair. thimblerig. make believe. double dealing. supercherie[obs3].]. panel house. mendacious. net. make a show of. trick. snare. silly &c (cunning) 702. dissimulate. gin. Deception. smoothfaced. Machiavelian. escamoterie[obs3]. straw bid [U. simulate. deception. gum* game. swindle. pass off for. forsworn. hoot. hypocritical. noose. spoof*. disguise. uncandid. dishonest. spring net. 791. <-. counterfeit. wile. tub to the whale. spring gun. guile. malinger. ingannation|.dissemble. deceive &c 545. put on. bunko game. bite. mealy-mouthed.. -. trickery. chicanery. toils. springle|.S. mouse trap. disingenuous. conjuration. cheat. double faced. panel game[U.]. pretend. evasive. magic &c 992. birdlime. imposition. sham. play possum. decoy-duck. pharisaical.N. chicane. skin* game [U. Cornish hug. faire pattes de velours.

lay a snare for. mockery &c (imitation) 19. forgery. inveigle. cog the dice. synthetic jewels. junk jewelry. German silver. Britannia metal. Adv. sniggle. insidious. make an ass of. contraband. outreach. ad captandum vulgus[Lat]. abuse. fraud. bogus. mirage &c 443. delusive. betray &c 940. play a practical joke upon one. pretended. elusive. makebelieve. out wit. practice upon. deacon [U. simulated &c 544. out maneuver. lie &c 546. untrue &c 546. take in. "a delusion a mockery and a snare" [Denman]. Adj. impose upon. diddle. come over &c. cunning &c 702. costume jewelry.. deceptive. let in.]. deceiving &c. Phr. put upon. befool[obs3]. play a trick upon one. practice chicanery. disguised. put something over on one. Brummagem. jerry building. fronti nulla fides[Lat]. prestigious|. fraudulent. pluck. deceitful. forelay[obs3]. stack the deck. sophisticated. dupe. steal a march upon. so-called. escamoter[obs3]. prestigiatory|. immesh[obs3]. man of straw. copy &c 21. factitious. flatter. kidnap. hoax. jockey. play upon. nousle[obs3]. hocus. sell. to leave in the lurch decoy. blind a trail. mock. trifle with. counterfeit. hoodwink. practice on one's credulity. gum* [U. enmesh. circumvent. swindle. spread the toils. humbug. meretricious. paint. delusory. paste. palm upon. set a trap. make things pleasant. plated. be deceived &c 547. fool. cheat. stuff (a ballot box) [U. false jewelry. cajole. deceive. cully[obs3]. (influence) 615.pattes de velours[Fr]. hornswoggle.bastard. live by one's wits. bilk. stuff up*. dissemble &c 544. load the dice. "keep the word of promise to the ear and break it to the hope" [Macbeth]. deceptious[obs3].S. scagliola[obs3]. four flush*. beguile. trapan[obs3]. fob. chouse. scamped. trick. synthetic. tinsel. over the left. springe[obs3]. nab. under the garb of. hum. lime. sham.S. do. nousel[obs3]. sham. illaqueate[obs3]. lie &c 544. palm off. juggle. V. mystify. surreptitious. overreach. under false colors. colorable. fool to the top of one's bent. foist upon. put one over on.S. cog. hollow mockery. play off. rotten at the core. illusion &c (error) 495. play at hide and seek. lure. under cover of. bluff. entangle. throw a tub to a whale. bamboozle. pinchbeck. conjure. bite. whited sepulcher. trepan. hook in. send on a fool's errand. bluff off. divert. adulterated. waylay. shanghai. white metal. make an April fool of[obs3]. albata[obs3]. flimflam. make-believe. unsound.]. snatch a verdict. ignis fatuus &c 423[Lat]. veneer. gammon. painted sepulcher. spurious. supposititious. ensnare. jilt. illegitimate. illusive. cozen. covinous[obs3]. tricky. obtain money under false pretenses &c (steal) 791. pseudo.]. trumped up. counterfeit. catch in a trap. snide*. feigned. trip up. give the go-by. blindfold. catch. foist off. gild the pill. make game. mislead &c (error) 495. bait the hook. delude. blind one's eyes. tinsel. bunko. deceived &c v. palm off on. artificial. ersatz[&German]. lay a trap. paktong[obs3]. misinform &c 538. defraud. play one false. nick. ormolu. entrap. throw dust into the eyes. gull. put a good face upon. intrap[obs3]. illusory. spoof*. victimize. catchpenny. make a fool of. "ah that deceit should steal such 266 .

decipimur specie recti [Lat][Horace]. Mawworm[obs3]. mare's nest. fall into a trap. make-believe. untrue. straw bidder [U. all my eye and Betty Martin. cockatrice. moonshine. subterfuge. falsi crimen[Lat]. hypocrite. April fool[obs3]. be the dupe of. sell. Canterbury tale. dissembler. Pharisee. claptrap. horse coper[obs3]. Cyclops. pretext. shift. Joseph Surface.S. puffery (exaggeration) 549. Untruth. mistaken &c. suggestio falsi[Lat]. thing that is not. capper* [U. menteur a triple etage[Fr]. forgery. traveler. invention. jay*. cock and bull story. forged. ringer*. <-. simple Simon.S.p. V. profession. gull. fake. shuffler|!.N. sucker*. withoutfoundation. dupe.-. false as dicer's oaths.]. cat's paw. unfounded. flat. deceiver &c (deceive &c 545). wolf in sheep's clothing. disguise &c (mask) 530. trumped up story. pious fraud. fib. phony. fool &c 501. story. liar &c (lie &c 544). puff. white lie. gobemouche[obs3]. fictitious. cully[obs3]. Judas kiss &c (hypocrisy) 544. canard. soi-disant &c (misnamed) 565[Fr].-. have a false meaning. pigeon. gloss.S. ben trovato[It]. absurd story. nursery tale. perversion. invention. false witness. exaggeration &c 549. fable. false. lie. romance &c (imagination) 515. "so smooth. snake in the grass. fabricated. far from the truth. stool pigeon. Scapin[obs3]. spieler[obs3]. bounce. Dupe. Phr. fabulous. catch a Tartar. surreptitious. fraud. #548. se non e vero e ben trovato[It]. victim. he daubed his vice with show of virtue" [Richard III]. shuffle. be deceived &c 545. bosh. four flusher*. myth. thing devised by the enemy.-. gudgeon. serpent.gentle shapes" [Richard III]. press agent's yarn. sophist. crammer. Adj. empty words. hum. laughingstock &c 857. misstatement.s tale. shave. falsification. bunko steerer* [U. irony. sham &c (deception) 545. Tartufe[obs3]. Janus. swallow the bait. Jesuit. V. "a quicksand of deceit" [Henry VI].S. fraus est celare fraudem[Lat]. cull*. misrepresentation. fabrication. taradiddle[obs3].p. trumped up. invented. greenhorn. factitious. elusory[obs3]. false plea &c 617. perjurer. Judas. fabrication. supposititious. whopper.N.]. fictive. void of foundation.]. Adj. 168 --> #547. bite. carpetbagger* [U. jilt. mental reservation &c (concealment) 528. "where none is meant that meets the ear"[Milton]. fiction. evasion. <-. pretense. trumped up statement. falsehood. illusory. puppet. false story. half truth.]. 167 --> #546. story-teller. Deceiver. untruth.N. lupus in fabula[Lat]. 267 . jhuth[obs3]. nibble at the bait. farce. ironical. Pecksniff. (error) 495. credulous &c 486. untrue story. faker. fairy tale.

voiceprint. stretch of fancy. classification. extravagance &c. (grandiloquent) 577. much ado about nothing &c (overestimation) 482. quacksalver. out-Herod Herod. jockey. Cagliostro. man of straw. excitabat enim fluctus in simpulo [Lat][Cicero]. Fernam Mendez Pinto. juggler. adventurer. caricatura[obs3]. note. "saint abroad and a devil at home" [Bunyan]. strain.-. puffery &c (boasting) 884. empiric. swindler &c (thief) 792. draw with a longbow. knave. Adj. noseprint [for animals]. shoot with a longbow. highflying[obs3]. identification. point. indication. token. 268 . talk at random. heighten. charlatan. note memory 505. (misrepresent) 544. stretch of the imagination. jobber. semiotics. fringe. V. facon de parler[Fr].N. flourish. outre[Fr]. dereplication. pretender. overstate. stretch. saltimbanque[obs3]. Indication -. sign. symbolization. footfall. index. semeiology[obs3]. caricature. go great lengths. 169 --> % Section III. Phr. overdraw. detector. on stilts. v. false coloring &c (falsehood) 544. discovery 480a) distinguish recognition and recall in technical sense --> #550. high coloring. #549. extravagant. Exaggeration. magnify. hyperbolize. stretch a point. strain. broder[obs3]. hyperbole. crimp. Rosicrucian. prestidigitator. preposterous. Baron Munchausen. coloring. [means of recognition: tool] diagnostic. dollar mark. semeiotics[obs3]. 835. rogue. overcharge. indicator. [means of recognition: property] characteristic. color &c. conjuror. identification (comparison. Phr. embroidery.N. puff &c (boast) 884. strain over a point. Natural Means % <-. Zeitgeist. symbolism. stretch. semiology. egregious. decoy. fabulous. pointer. quack. <-. exponent. lineament. overestimate &c 482.p. pile up. exaggerated &c. decoy duck. gooseberry* storm in a teacup. hyperbolically &c adj. recognition (memory) 505. over the most of. dollar sign. puff. actor &c (stage player) 599. yarn. aggravation &c. color too highly.. deal in the marvelous.imposter.recognition of something by its features must be broken out into a separate entry. trickster. mountebank. flight of fancy &c (imagination) 515. spin a long yarn. fish story. exaggerate. MEANS OF COMMUNICATING IDEAS 1. hyperbolical[obs3]. make over much. footprint. rant &c (turgescence) 577[obs3]. overlay. color highly. indice|. bombastic &c. fingerprint. expansion &c 194. soi-disant[Fr]. symptom. overcolor[obs3].. aggravate. divining rod. overwrought. exaggeration. overshoot the mark. cloven hoof. saltimbanco[obs3]. feature. trait. gypsy. traveler's tale. overpraise. amplify &c (expand) 194. symbol. figure of speech. Include the terms recognition. 464. medicaster[obs3]. (nonsense) 497. ass in lion's skin &c (bungler) 701. diagnostic. run riot. humbug. cheat. Adv. men in buckram.

weathercock. question mark. voucher. trade mark. [sign (evidence) on physobj of contact with another physobj] mark. emblem. single quote. mark. carat. watch tower. eagle. open sesame. em dash. visiting card. counter. scratch. carte de visite[Fr]. "'". figurehead. signal post. epigraph. period.". blue light. printing symbols. colon. "=".]. "_". blaze. gesticulation. burgee[obs3]. union jack. on a document] signature. dib[obs3]. signal. oriflamb[obs3]. device. bold font. ticket. streamer. hint &c. cipher. heading. mot du guet[Fr]. gesture. directing post. "<". bannerol[obs3]. "]". passkey. tick. backward slash. superscription. vexillum[obs3]. banneret[obs3]. favor. pound sign. guidepost. ". wink. bunting. tally. "'". standard. left parenthesis[list]. watchword. left curly brace. chop. jotting. equals sign. stroke. "^". leer. witness. "@". fingerpost[obs3]. score. dash. post. curly brackets. [For identification of people. insignia. label. [symbols accompanying written text to signify modified interpretation] keyboard symbols. countersign. right arrow. tilde. title. [For identification: general] badge. byplay. banner. cue. oriflamme. to gain access to restricted (locations or information)] password. "%". note. braces. (evidence) 467. labarum[obs3]. timbrology[obs3]. counterfoil. semaphore. dactylology[obs3]. representation &c. chip. italics. bill. cacher[Fr]. Hall mark. quarantine flag. letter.". dash. "{". attestation. tessera[obs3]. "[". left arrow. tricolor. jack. stripe. underlining. brackets. arrows. commercial at. shibboleth. autograph. pantomime. clue. comma. ". cockade. sign manual. ":". escutcheon. cresset[obs3]. "+". double quotes. " old glory " [U. telegraph. cock. criterion. arms."". blue Peter. red letter[for emphasis]. scutcheon. pendant. impress. sublineation[obs3].S. pillars of Hercules. 527. pass. heraldry. quotation marks. watch fire. imprint. cairn. chirology[Med]. shrug. hand writing. countermark[obs3]. glance. point. clew. security card. semicolon. beck. right parenthesis. signet. "!". crest. credentials &c. nod. stamp. "&". hand and seal [Law]. autography. cedilla. "*". handpost[obs3]. garland. "~". pennant. opening bracket. freemasonry. chevron. motto. impression. posy.". "-". pointer. mot de passe[Fr]. sigil[Lat]. paraph[obs3]. telegraphy. banderole. percent sign. [For identification of people. scent. pharos. ")". beacon269 . print. apostrophe. "/". "\". ancient. slashes. . pass-parole. totem. endorsement. indorsement[obs3]. exclamation point. dactylonomy[obs3]. vane. "}". card. coat of arms. ". [Of locality] beacon. streak. bale-fire. hachure[Topography]. closing bracket. yellow jack. 554. heliograph.type. shield. key. hand. livery. brand. ampersand. asterisk. pennon. hatchment[obs3]. countercheck[obs3]. guillemets[obs3]. colors. right curly brace. address card. docket. calumet. hand. "?". duplicate. headlight. yellow-flag. billet. "-". flag. bandrol[obs3]. ensign. figure. staff. nudge. reference. parentheses. love knot. signpost. stars and stripes. dot. line. guidon. nick. annotation. "--". supporters. touch. cipher. flagstaff. notch. gonfalon. dumb show. fiery cross. check. plus sign. catchword. hyphen. flagstaff. uniform. ">". forward slash. seal. rocket. "#". epaulet. "(". armorial bearings.

footprint. typical. address. blaze. known by. typify &c. (list) 86. brand[Of disgrace]. denote. tablet. trumpet call.. catalogue raisonne[Fr]. Adv. wave a banner. scent. 511. 733[Of triumph]. ecce signum[Lat]. make a sign &c. call. give a signal. pug. represent. lodestar. tip the wink. alarm &c. V. 512. (give importance to) 642. of. recognizable by. (prefigure) 511. show one's colors. obelisk. testimonial. give an alarm. diptych. trail. symbolize. wink. stand for. (evidence) 463. n. 669. wake. vultus ariete fortior[Lat][obs3]. "suit the action to the word" [Hamlet]. (explanation) 522. reveille. mileage ticket. milepost. n. registry. put an indication. symbolically &c. (special) 79. trophy. armorial. in token of. telltale. indelible. sign. record. raise the finger . symbolic. (prototype) 22. (inform) 527. representative. characteristic. [Capable of being denoted] denotable[obs3]. ticket. chalk. milliary[obs3]. 466[Of quantity]. check[For detection]. nudge. omen &c. underline &c. beckon. docket. n. gesticulate. indicate. footmark[obs3]. (celebration) 883. cynosure. (evidence) 467. bell. Domesday book. indicative. n. Phr. rallying cry. engrave. test &c. cicatrix. gauge &c. indicated &c. testify &c. seal. n.. spot. connote. symptomatic. emblematic. hold up the hand. (memory) 505. cartulary. denotative. l'etoile du Nord[Fr]. argue. sign. medal. pathognomonic[obs3]. landmark. bugle call. leer. memorial. saw the air. beat the drum. achievement. in dumb show.N. ex pede Herculem[Lat]. scar. direction. roll &c. signboard. of. diacritical. loadstar[obs3]. give notice &c. slab. piste[obs3]. sound the trumpets. exponential. v. print. Record. (information) 527. marked. individual &c. indicating &c. 170 --> #551. name. trace[Of the past]. indicatory. shrug. memento &c. note. hang out a banner &c.. notification &c. 668. impress. register. dot. glance.p. vide ut supra. Adj. scepter &c. pantomimic. 270 . hatchment[obs3]. proof &c. raise the hand. earmark. connotative.. sound an alarm. hoist a banner. attest &c.. be the sign &c. v. trace. 668[Of danger]. label. pattern &c. minute. mark. milestone[Of distance]. monolith. (inform) 527. unfurl a banner. exposition &c. pillar. commemoration &c. connotate[obs3]. betoken. bear the impress &c. adj. balize[obs3]. polestar. lighthouse. put a mark &c. advertisement &c. hold up the finger. trophy &c. call attention to &c. word of command. warning &c. (attention) 457. record &c. monument. imprint. column. sacring bell[obs3]. [Of the future] warning &c. fool's cap. signalize. guide. (experiment) 463. stereotype. demonstrative. pointed. give the cue &c. (evidence) 467. vestige. cry. trace. wave the hand. relic. seamark. (publication) 531. angelus[obs3]. note. footstep. remains. nod. track mark. <-. alarum. -. diagnostic. 551. score. entry. hang out a signal. 747[Of authority]. underscore. raise a cry. dash. wave a kerchief. prefigurement &c. battle cry. ex ungue leonem[Lat]. sanctus bell[Lat].

cancellation. on record." Adj. leaving no trace. expunge. primary literature. diskette. blue book. portfolio.. (celebrate) 883. Hansard's Debates. return. intestate. render illegible. put in writing. " records that defy the tooth of time " [Young]. (mark) 550. read-only memory. Adv. take note. V. archive. 550. commonplace book. affidavit. diary. history. -. ephemeris. (attest) 467. notebook. unrecorded. hand down to posterity. gazette. entry. blot out. enter. printless[obs3]. adversaria[Lat]. memorandum book. deface. signature &c (identification) 550. booking. mark off. obliterated &c. insert. write. wipe off. Acts of. make an entry of. certificate &c. article. Winchester disk. obliteration. Recorder. delenda est Carthago [Lat][Cato]. (evidence) 467. dottings[obs3]. copy. cancel. be effaced &c. #553. videotape. take down. registry. write once read mostly memory. mark &c. make a return. keep up the memory &c. muniment[obs3]. book. erase. register. review article. rub off. rase[obs3]. ledger. tick off. commemorate &c. floppy disk. 271 . notary. hard disk. (inform) 527. deposition. WORM. writing in black and white. unregistered. post up. take out. circumduction[obs3]. jottings. [digital recording media] compact disk. indorsement[obs3]. commit to writing. efface. set down in writing. note down. journal. carve in stone. take minute. out with it! Phr. extinction. jot down. note. state paper. v. pocketbook. blot. magazine. the literature. calendar. inscroll[obs3]. rasure[obs3]. Phr. V. ROM. [Suppression of sign. 553. deletion. dele. cashbook[obs3]. statistics &c. burn into memory. scientific literature. set down. chronicle. notch &c. wash out. raze|!. scroll. minute. inrollment[obs3]. docket. pigeonholes. [analog recording media] recording. gazetteer. compte rendu[Fr]. registration. (indicate) 550. recorder &c. write down. tabulation. out of print. Congressional Records. secondary literature.] Obliteration. Transactions of. obliterate. amanuensis. tape recording. enroll. deed &c. file &c. Proceedings of. post. memo book. newspaper. wipe away. effacement. "leave not a rack behind.N. enrollment. duplicate. professional journal. reduce to writing. record. (remember) 505. registrary[obs3]. erasure. almanack[obs3]. Int.. log.annals. report &c. legend. sign &c. daily. take memorandum. exegi monumentum aere perennium [Lat][obs3][Horace]. tabula rasa[Lat]. sponge out. daybook. cancel. journalism. recorder. clerk. put on paper.N. unwritten. "read their history in a nation's eyes" [Gray]. proces verbal[Fr]. #552. apply the sponge. 594. make a note. petty cashbook[obs3]. put on record. excerpta[obs3]. inscription. leave no trace &c.memorandum. place on record. put down. biography &c. (store) 636. wipe out. scratch out. (security) 771. strike out. prothonotary[Law]. 86. calendar. registrar. almanac. chronicle. register. -. secretary. document. draw the pen through. rub out.

map. facsimile. caricature. plan. scotograph[obs3]. 599. act. shadow forth. journalist. drawing. personate. photograph. model. assume a character. icon. copy &c. art. computer graphics. take-off. marionette. carve &c. likeness. distortion. caricatura|. depict. represented &c. pose as. figure. 21. imitation &c. represent.kanji[Jap]. *illustrative. body forth. engrave &c. Misrepresentation. bust. cartography. striking likeness. monogram. representing &c. babu[obs3]. figurine. exaggeration. bookkeeper.p. autoradiography[Bioch]. sciagraph[obs3]. iconic. Master of the Rolls. personify.N. hieroglyphic. (drama) 599. memorialist[obs3].scribe. v. (imitate) 19. design. -. TV image. exaggerate. figure . iconography. doll. misrepresentation. n. personification. daub. chart. figure head. chart. 557. misrepresent. speaking likeness. representative. historiographer. daguerreotype. parody. photo. mimic &c. photography. closed-circuit TV. movie film. scheme. hit off. bad likeness. falsification. spectrogram. (descriptive) 594. image. graphics. fantoccini[obs3]. dress up. V. heliogram[obs3]. <-. lampoon. trace. impersonate. puppet. portray. aglet[obs3]. (antiquity) 122. parody. drought. very image. ichnography[obs3]. snapshot. mammet[obs3].. fine arts. elevation (plan) 626. v. 558. illustration. 558. take a likeness. v. remembrancer[obs3].. <-. imagery. 171 --> #555. representation. statue. shadow out. projection. biographer &c. drama &c. snapshot. tracing. photograph. burlesque. (painting) 556. impersonation. 17. video image. interviewer. image file. imitative. atlas. travesty. 594. antiquary &c. 556. misrepresented &c. outline. represent. sciagraphy[obs3]. illustrate. statuette. play &c. effigy. V. graphic &c. sketch. caricature. custos rotulorum[Lat]. anamorphosis[obs3]. delineation. plot. 19. X-ray photo. #554. ground plan. manikin. chronicler. anaglyph [obs3]. daub. distort. picture. lay-figure.. daguerreotype. adumbrate.N. televideo. scratch. like &c. representment[obs3]. overdraw. travesty. cinquecento quattrocento[Fr][obs3]. fluorography[Chem]. sign painting. scan. Adj. -. radiography. draft. engraving &c. paint &c. describe &c. diagram. designing. catch a likeness &c. cinematography. depictment[obs3].. copy. delineate. historian. figurative. scheme. movie. personation. portrait . painting &c. hold the mirror up to nature. sculpture &c. Adj. waxwork. 557. mold. should be separated from painting --> 272 . v. ideograph. symbolize. 556. trecento[obs3]. portraiture. annalist. depicture[obs3]. radiograph. (narrator) 594. daubing &c. figure. view &c. Representation. burlesque.

design. priming. medal. cabinet picture. -.&c. photography. marine painting. wash. draw in pencil &c. stencil. porcelain. scene painting. draught. painting. heliotype[obs3]. negative. china. piece[Fr]. profile. talbotype[obs3]. sculpture. drawing. computer graphics. cut. carving &c. portrait &c. prospect. n. insculpture| [obs3]. water color drawing. sun painting. ceramic. diorama. statue. sketch. ornamental art &c.. miniature painting. n. pinacotheca[obs3]. cameo. low relief. Polaroid photo. (represent) 554.. study. shade. oil painting &c. pictorial. picturesque. canvas. fecit[Lat]. xanthian[obs3].. in relief. charcoal. outline. print. cast &c (copy) 21. varnish. positive. v. glyptotheca[obs3]. V. black lead. in pencil &c. square up. marble &c.N. oils. Painting. treatment. water glass. Adj. hatch. statuary. instant photo. sculpture. painted &c. chiaroscuro &c. shade. encaustic painting. n. tapestry. genre.. Phr. style. ceroplastic[obs3]. photograph. limn draw. crayons. 356a. monochrome. graphics. sculptured &c. still life. depict &c. ceramic ware. fresco. Laocoon. pottery.#556. bronze. etching. altorilievo[obs3]. full length. *cast. historical painting. landscape painting. seapiece[obs3]. (coloring matter) 428. tableau. anaglyph[obs3]. color. pencil. color photography. cartoon. chalk out. polychrome. dash off. terra cotta[Sp]. (representation) 554. perspective. high relief. n. papier-mache. oil &c. pallet. calotype[obs3]. picture. pen-and-ink. mosaic. paint. atelier. tempera. drawing &c. graphic. painting. whole length. portraiture. scratch. daguerreotype. earthenware. body color. glossy print. pencil.. pencil &c. easel picture. flower painting. bassorilievo[obs3]. chalk. picture gallery. enamel. mezzorilievo[obs3]. n. relieve. easel. cloisonne. color photograph. portrait painting. view. model. heliography. heliograph. -. v. matte print. anaglyptic[obs3]. faience. reduction. paint &c. distemper. oil color. Ektachrome. studio. watercolor. technicolor. black-and-white photograph. mold. grisaille[Fr]. head. pastel. parian[obs3]. landscape. 847. Adv. V. scenography[obs3]. exhibit. relief. fresco. paint in oils &c. panorama. the grand style. marble. enlargement. draft. oil paint. palette. Adj. charcoal. 273 . still life. miniature. medallion. satsuma.. stipple. half length. pencil. delineavit[Lat]. skiagraphy[obs3]. (light) 420 composition.N. varnish &c.. Polaroid. mutum est pictura poema[Lat]. life-size print. v. depicting. design. (image) 554. kitcat. bas relief[Fr]. dead color. school. enamel. scene. v. #557. Kodachrome. brush. high art. carve. sciagraphy[obs3]. sketch. intaglio. Sculpture. gouache. stump. silhouette. holograph. chisel.

photogravure. draughtsman. cerograph[obs3]. etching point. half tone. xylograph. color printing. plate. cameraman. photolithograph. miniature painter. heliotype[obs3]. pasigraphie[obs3]. scrape. -. phraseology &c. limner. copperplate printing. enamel.p. 563. stone. "with gun and camera" % 2.N. myatism[obs3]. sketcher. lignography[obs3]. #559. v. paleography. cinematographer. lexicology. enameler. mimmation. glossology[obs3]. 582. V. Engraving. old master. chiseling. onomatopoeia. flower painter. stipple engraving. Adj. 274 . household words. burin[obs3]. chalk engraving. photo safari. mezzotint engraving. 172 --> #558. Conventional Means 1 . 569. grave. aquatinta[obs3]. cut. tongue.. plate engraving. pantomime &c. Praxiteles. mezzotint. sculptor. dauber. plate printing. Language generally % #560.. bur. illustration. impression. style. three-color process. glyphography. etching. coach painter. glyphograph[obs3]. anastatic printing[obs3]. 591. enamelist. print. steelplate. dry point. vernacular. lapidarian. copperplate engraving. woodcut. figuriste[obs3]. wildlife photographer. native tongue. Apelles[obs3]. Artist. landscape painter. paleology[obs3]. wood block. comparative grammar. dialect &c. sculpsit[Lat]. engraver. engraver. caricaturist. pasigraphy[obs3]. bite in. lithographic printing. historical painter. cerography[obs3]. nunnation[obs3]. lithotint[obs3]. -. marine painter. illumination. zincograph[obs3]. glottology[obs3]. vulgar tongue. stereotype. chaser. negative. hack. -. [of inscriptions on stone] lapidary. etching. Queen's English. betacism[obs3]. scene painter. glyptography[obs3]. photolithography. sign painter. modeler.. mother tongue. n. stamp. linguistics. wood engraving. imprimit[Lat]. Phr. chalcography[obs3]. copperplate. cul de lampe[Fr]. initial letter. lensman. photographer. graver. chromolithography[obs3]. printing. line engraving. insculptured[obs3]. carver. graphotype[obs3].N. camera buff. zincography[obs3]. lingo. Babel. steel engraving. lithograph. die. print. portrait painter. King's English. camera technician. Royal Academician. engrave. lignograph[obs3]. statuary. engraved &c. autotype[obs3].N. punch. confusion of tongues. holograph. designer. plate. master. bite. tailpiece. copyist. chrestomathy[obs3]. Phidias. painter. xylography. vignette. glyptograph[obs3]. engraving. stipple. language. speech &c. lithograph &c. engraving. draftsman. etch. Language.<-. [person who inscribes on stone] lapidary. miniaturist. type printing &c. aquatint. drawer. artist. (signs) 550. Phr. lithography. philology. chromolithograph.

vernacular. polyglot. Briticism. 275 . belles lettres[Fr]. dialectic. accent. triphthong[Gram]. derivative. back-formation. anagram. ideograph. 173 --> #563. derivative. -. character. delectus[Lat]. gibberish. gradus[Lat]. titular. phrase &c. root. conjugate[Similarly derived]. liquid. verbal. Hindustani. dead languages. digraph. pidgin. regionalism. Chinook. dental. diphthong. muses. term. (scholar) 492. newfangled expression. #562. dialect. ABC[obs3]. Babel. republic of letters. (ambiguity) 520[Fr]. paragram[obs3]. (philology) 560[obs3].N. uncial &c. anagram. confusion of tongues. Gypsy lingo. 566. etymon. verbatim &c. vowel. Romany. spelling. Esperanto..N. lexicologist. glossographer &c. brogue. archaism. 564. dissyllable[obs3]. pidgin English. provincialism. caconym[obs3]. hexaglot[obs3]. kitchen Kaffir. neologism. Hibernicism. patois. monkish Latin. palindrome. orthograph[obs3]. ideogram.N. glossary. mute. metagrammatism[obs3]. humanities. corruption. chi-chi. byword. -. ideophone[obs3]. hieroglyphic &c. christcross-row. type &c. trigraph. (printing) 591. barbarism. Adj. paranomasia[obs3]. minuscule. monogram. abecedary[obs3]. thesaurus. alphabetical. #561. Adj. affix. "syllables govern the world" [Selden]. current. scholarship &c. -. paronymous[obs3]. lingua franca. express by words &c. missaying[obs3]. majuscule. name &c. (exactly) 494. neology. majuscular[obs3]. figure of speech &c. black letter. terminology orismology[obs3]. pun. suffix. Adj. malapropism. monosyllable. derivation. linguistic. syllable. literary. lingual. anagrammatism[obs3]. play upon words. genius of language. literal. nominal. alphabet. V. nonce expression. consonant. part of speech &c. (metaphor) 521. phonography[obs3]. Anglicism. polysyllable. (wit) 842. literae humaniores[Lat].literature. Adv. abecedarian. lexicography. idiom. majuscule. literal. verbarian[obs3]. macaronics[obs3]. polite literature. word play &c. syllabic. phonetic spelling. guttural. broken English. dictionary. letters. spell. V. (grammar) 567. cipher. index. dog Latin. clinch. letter.p. Gallicism. word. classics. abuse of language. Scotticism. Phr. Word. minuscular[obs3]. paleology &c. doubleacrostic[obs3]. minuscule. (scholar) 492. etymology. bilingual. (writing) 590. Phr. vocabulary. localism. double-entendre &c. pigeon English. babu English[obs3]. Americanism[obs3]. diglot[obs3]. labial. abuse of terms. Volapuk. " the artillery of words" [Swift]. vocable. Neologism. concordance. adj. glossology[obs3]. <-. 566. antiphrasis[obs3]. capitals. verbally &c. Letter. (writing) 590. lexicon.

flash tongue. term. Americanize. name. #565. Hoosier. .N. title. peddler's French. orismology[obs3]. dub. argot. technicality.. call fairly. nickname.. go under the name of. surname. convertible terms &c. vernacular. technical term. #564. St. self styled. sentence. whatchacallim. antonomasia[obs3]. description. caption. Gile's Greek. label &c. coin a term. cant &c. style. titular. named &c. nomination. -. nom de theatre. term. V. thingummy[obs3]. Nomenclature. turn of expression. what one may well. nameless. designation. slang. sobriquet. namesake. nuncupatory[obs3]. informal speech. Anglice[obs3]. be -called &c v. style. thingumbob. v. misname. nom de plume. wha d'ye call 'em[obs3]. (misnomer) 565. Phr. pseudonym. self christened. be known by the name of. antonym. agnomen[obs3]. without a having no name. expression. So-and-so. style. characterize. periphrase &c.. figure of speech &c. ycleped. christen. define. je ne sais quoi[Fr]. bean the name of. anonymous. call. "beggar'd all description" [Antony and Cleopatra]. pseudonymous. obsolete &c. expression. neologist[obs3]. entitle. cognomen. by-name. Billingsgate. empty name. eponym. set phrase. Mr. noun. nominal. lingo.. denominate designate. orismological[obs3]. vulgar language. unacknowledged. pass under the name of. backform. thieves' Latin.N. call properly. neologic[obs3]. epithet. rejoice in the name of. misnamed &c. miscall. proper name. nom de course. paragraph. naming &c. (old) 124. coiner of words. alias. pseudonym &c. hight[obs3]. misterm[obs3]. baptize. (neologism) 563[obs3]. so-called.colloquialism. Adv. empty title. Adj. archaic. unnamed. assumed name. rubric.byword. idiom. (mark) 550. assume a name. obscenity. paraphrase &c. clepe[obs3]. in no sense. colloquial. Phrase. v. handle to one's name. distinguish by the name of. what's his name. known as. nuncupative. substandard language. by-name. nickname. cognomination[obs3]. obscene language. Misnomer. informal language. Anglicize. compellation[obs3]. Malaprop. praenomen[Lat]. misnomer. call fitly. phrase. jargon. coin words. Wall Street slang. 522. patronymic. what d'ye call 'em &c. innominate. (synonym) 522. lucus a non lucendo[Lat]. vulgarity. name. take the name of. denomination. nuncupation|. 521. onomatopoeia. soi-disant[Fr]. cant. appelative[obs3]. Adj. neological[obs3]. nom de guerre[Fr]. Mrs. go by the name of. appelation[obs3]. technical terms. idiotism[obs3].. V. v. -. self called. baptism. nomenclature. -.N. heading. assumed title. #566.. V. pseudonymy. (circumlocution) 573 276 . specify. cognominal[obs3]. Adj. 563. pseudology[obs3].

murder the King's English. unintelligibleness. 566. word it. lucidness. <-. idiomatic. plain speaking &c. Adj. " the soul of wit". #569. word. ambiguity &c. give words to. in set phrases. perspicuity. slip of the pen. philology &c. 277 . V.. arrange in words. use bad grammar. -. -. style. give expression to.N. express. obscurity &c. phrase. darkness of meaning. (intelligibility) 518. explicit &c. (neologism) 563[obs3]. murder the Queen's English. inexactness &c. syllabication. 520. false grammar. epitome &c. expressed &c. authorship. command of language &c. -. 195. (eloquence) 582. us et norma loquendi[Lat]. bad grammar. (shortening) 201. punctuation. (manifestation) 525. Lindley Murray &c.. in good set terms. V. Obscurity.. incongruous. set terms. impropriety. phraseology. mode of speech. manner. Perspicuity. improper. involved. Adj. (schoolbook) 542. 475. syntax. Style. Phr. (manifest) 525. definition. inflection. #571. brunch word. literary power. ready pen. V. adj. compression &c. call. conciseness &c.N. involution. put into words. composition. break Priscian's head. solecize[obs3]. V. ellipsis. parse. voice. Adj. Solecism. 174 --> #567.N. 494. confused. -. correct style. wording. -. Adv. laconism[obs3]. portmanteau word. solecistic.N. Conciseness. in round terms. choice of words. vagueness &c. Various Qualities of Style #570. exact &c. faulty grammar. #572. phraseology &c. hard words. solecistical[obs3]. couch in terms. slipslop[obs3]. lucid &c. accidence. -. grammar. bull. commit a solecism. clothe in words. faulty. strain. abridgment &c. express by words &c. Tacitus. incorrect. speak by the card. (intelligible) 518.N. explicitness. (proverb) 496[obs3]. 494. barbarism. ungrammatical. "style is the dress of thoughts " [Chesterfield]. dub. le style c'est de l'homme [Fr][Buffon]. crabbed. brevity. Adj.p. n. faulty grammar. punctuate. definiteness. designate. la morgue litteraire[Fr]. pen of a ready writer. parts of speech. in set terms. find words to express. inaccurate. express by words. case. (language) 560. solecism.N. syllabicate[obs3]. conjugation. praxis. monostich[obs3]. slip of the tongue. what d'ye call 'em &c. #568. declension. obscure &c. v. diction. 569.motto &c. jussive[obs3]. denominate. 596. syncope. exactness &c. Grammar. (unintelligibility) 519. 495. lapsus linguae[Lat]. perspicuousness &c. write. mode of expression..

elliptical. brevis esse laboro obscurus fio [Lat][Horace]. perissology|.. raciness &c.. sententious. colorless. "thoughts that breath and words that burn" [Gray]. eloquence. about it and about it. (compendium) 596. summary. Adj. frigid. adj. sententiousness. abridge &c. power. digress. prosing. racy. command of language. thrice-told tale. in no measured terms. be concise &c. longspun[obs3]. Adj. forcible. brief. piquance. <-. glow. in a few words. condense &c. short. sententious. poor. glowing. powerful. vehement. Feebleness. battre la campagne[Fr][obs3]. branch out. eloquent. ambagious[obs3]. compact. battologize[obs3]. terse. exact. elevation. be diffuse &c. longsome[obs3]. nervous. maunder. jejune. Diffuseness. 596. to cut the matter short. digressive. in short. summarily. slashing. Phr. Adv. -. perorate. protracted. spirited. antithetical. pungent. Adv. dull. v. elevated. ramble. loose. verve. Adv. curt. descant. insist upon. trashy. adj.. discursive. quaint. it comes to this. antithesis. pithy. neat. strong language. concise. feebleness &c. #573.. in glowing terms. to make a long story short. pleonasm. warmth. meager. 577.. periphrasis. 201. briefly. diffuse. roundabout phrases. pointed. 175 --> #574. pregnant. tame. diffusely &c. full of point. petulant. (repeat) 104. adj. lengthy. amplification &c. 278 . #575. fire. draw out. Adj. compendious &c. impressive. gravity. expletive. pleonastic. rambling episodic. dry. spirit. richness &c. harp upon &c. intellectual. trenchant. circumlocutory. verbosity. to come to the point. flow of words &c. -.N. exuberance. v. verbiage. profuse. excursive. concisely &c. succinct. largiloquent|. bald. adj. epigrammatic. in good set terms. force. V. roundabout. sublime. trenchant. run out on. condensed.p. circumlocution. adj. pennya-lining. feeble. compressed. redundancy. piquancy.. force. (loquacity) 584. maundering. flatulent. adj. lukewarm. in brief. to be brief.. prolixity. vigor. command of words. enlarge. inflate. pithy. dilate. piquant. spun out. rant. bland. vapid. poetic. prolix. periphrastic. prose. -. swell out. impassioned. spin a long yarn. sublimity. sparkling. adj. long drawn out. lofty.. bold. tautology. Phr. beat about the bush. frothy. spin out. 195. point. enervated.N. cloud of words. crisp. amplify. launch out. ambages [obs3]. languid. loftiness. to the point. incisive. battology[obs3]. Polylogy[obs3]. cold. pointed. laconic. expatiate.V. episode. at large. copia verborum[Lat]. diffuseness &c. vigorous. abstract &c. protract. wordy. expand. in a word. boldness. periphrase[obs3]. Vigor. verbose. sensational. long-winded. the long and the short of it is.close. dilating &c. exuberant. Adj. lively. come to the point. for shortness sake. in extenso[Lat]. dwell on.N. copious. looseness.

rambling &c. fustian. flowers of speech. plain English. turgid. rhetorical. 575. declamation.N. teratology|!. slight. sententious. 847. grandiloquent. floridness c[obs3]. call a spade "a spade". euphuism[obs3]. commonplace. fine writing. overcharge. purity. well turned periods. frills of style. Adj. ornament.N. high flown. 521. childish. Alexandrine. stilted. prosaic. Saxon.proposing. mellifluous. frothy. well put. Saxon. monotonous. euphemism. euphemistic. elegant. fustian. graceful. high-sounding. 577. Saxon English. bombast. Adv. polished. fluent. flowing. ornate. flaming. figurative &c. inversion. pure. careless. numerose|. tumid.. unornamented. Adj. simplicity. (inelegant) 579. ornament. plainness &c. point an antithesis. ornament &c. lax (negligent) 460.N. swelling. tripping. orotundity. ease. antithesis &c. inflation. easy. Minerva press. Ornament. neat. correct. round a period. simple. neatly 279 . sesquipedalian. bigsounding. alliterative. V. well-rounded periods. wishy-washy. mouthy. classicism. concinnity[obs3]. V. phrasemonger. euphuist[obs3]. unvaried. natural. big-sounding words. high flowing. adj. the right word in the right place. adj. in plain words. macrology[obs3]. -. Atticism[obs3]. altiloquence &c. flowery. adj[obs3]. elegance &c. smell of the lamp. sesquipedalia verba[Lat]. rant. ore rutundo[Lat]. Ciceronian. unvaried. artificial &c. orotund.. flatulent. well rounded periods. flourish. felicitous. euphemist. declamatory. figurativeness &c. prosaic. overlay with ornament. numerosity[obs3]. classicalism[obs3]. alliteration. flowing periods. v. dry. come to the point. chaste. sketchy. pretension. unvarnished. happy. beautified &c. *purist.. Elegance. paronomasia. gracefulness.. florid. euphemistic. flashy. grace. in plain English. Johnsonian. euphuistic[obs3]. puerile. neatly put. chaste. antithesis. flowers of rhetoric. Attic. unaffected. slipslop[obs3]. homespun. pompous. readable. Plainness. neat. severe. washy. inexact. altiloquent[obs3]. adj. weak. #577. rich. elegance. readiness &c. pedantic. classical. severity. Adj. euphonious. slipshod. plunge in medias res. euphony. #578. high-sounding words. household words V. (diffuse) 573. antithetical. well expressed. artistic. prose run mad. euphemism. sesquipedal[obs3]. magniloquent. academical[obs3]. pure.monotonous &c. prosy. (metaphor) 521. matter-of-fact. plain terms. rhythmical. turgescent. unadorned. natural. loose. sonorous. turgescence[obs3]. plain. homely. -. turgidity. in plain terms. #576. in plain common parlance. -. slovenly. point-blank. Adv. grandiose. unlabored[obs3]. inflated. sesquipedality[obs3]. 578. bombastic.

(taciturnity) 585. phonetic. pure accent. ecphonesis[obs3]. native accent. strain. falsetto.p. words that dislocate the jaw. rude. fustian &c. distinctness. pronunciation. V. vocalize. "unlettered Muse" [Gray]. powerful voice &c. (affectation) 855. wordless. ejaculatory. emphasis. stertorous. drown the voice. marinism[obs3]. dysphony[obs3]. aspirate. graceless. breathless. 411. labored. accentuation. render silent. ungraceful. tonguetied. Adj. want of voice. ponderous. ejaculation. mannered. mute as a 280 . whisper &c. intonation. strike dumb. articulation. Voice. harsh voice &c. barbarous. tone of voice &c. render mute. mute. dry. delivery. forced. crude. offensive to ears polite.. utterance. orthoepy[obs3]. oral. aphonous[obs3]. vocalization. stop one's mouth. V.. (melodious) 413. musical voice &c. obmutescence[obs3]. 413. adj. unpolished. abrupt. affected. muffle. euphony &c. be inelegant &c. cramped. halting. articulate. euphuism[obs3]. Spoken Language % #580. cacophony. 585.. strong accent. accent. words that break the teeth. [Word similarly pronounced] homonym.N. polyphonism[obs3]. keep silence &c. tongueless. "the organ of the soul" [Longfellow]. gag. pronounce. "thy voice is a celestial melody" [Longfellow]. accentuate. harsh. awkward. speak low. 414 . speechless. articulate sound. voice. muzzle. of articulation. whisper in the ear. formal. silence. stiffness &c. distinct. Adj. uncourtly[obs3]. vociferation. foreign accent. rap out. % 2. solecism &c. enunciation. 563. cacoepy[obs3]. artificial. suppress. euphuistic[obs3]. Aphony. Inelegance. cut one short. grotesque. cry &c.expressed <-. dumb. clearness. adj. mouth. cry &c. slang &c. barbarism. put to silence.N. stage whisper. "how sweetly sounds the voice of a good woman" [Massinger]. ventriloquism. deafmute. uncouth. deliver. Phr. polyphonist[obs3]. inelegant. stiff. (faintness) 405. #581. give utterance. vocality[obs3]. silence &c. inelegance. broad accent. dumbness &c. 176 --> #579. vocal. cacoepy[obs3]. prolation[obs3]. absence of voice. -. guinde[Fr].N. 568. gastriloquism[obs3]. dummy. bellows. (melody) 413. aphonia[obs3]. exclamation. euphonious &c. (sound) 402 . [Science of voice] phonology &c. breathe. organ. ejaculate. aphony[obs3]. (shout) 411. 577. mum. turgid &c. raucity[obs3]. -. dumfounder. utter. mannerism &c. lungs. deaf and dumb. (sound) 402. voiceless. V. adj. stick in the throat. "childish treble mute". ventriloquist. prolate|. stress. articulate. (loud) 404. 577. 410 . smother. speak softly. unmusical voice &c. good voice. -. give tongue. Adj. enunciate. fine voice.

Ciceronian. usus loquendi[Lat].deliver a speech &c. flow of words. command of language. 586. in a broken voice. hollow. come out with. harangue. oratrix[obs3]. lecture. improvisatore[obs3]. by word of mouth. spokesman. multiloquence[obs3]. in a low tone. speech. oral. declamatory. talk together &c. Phr. adj. said he &c. vent one's rage. talkative &c. discourse. word of mouth. 589. peroration. harangue. speechifying.][U.. palaver. Eliot]. grandiloquence. 588. spout. (speak at length) 573.. 589. interlocutor. Demosthenes. Adj. allocution &c. oratory. eloquence. have a tongue in one's head. 177 --> 281 . speak of. orator. parlance. power of speech. n. husky. (inform) 527. grandiloquent &c. tell &c. elocutionary. recitation. rap out. adj. open one's lips. verbal intercourse. outspoken. say. patterer[obs3]. escape one's lips. utter. inaudible. command of words. <-. oral communication. rhetoric. speaking &c. formal speech. oratorical. -.S. Cicero. "she speaks poignards and every word stabs" [Much Ado About Nothing]. vent one's fury.. gift of the gab. locution. croaking. open one's mouth. give the tongue. sermonize. quoth he. raucous. Adv.. speechmaker. facundity[obs3]. lingual.N. mute as a stockfish[obs3]. soliloquize &c. rant. rave. have at the end of one's tongue. muzzled. rough. effusion. declaim.. have one's say. n. say. Phr. oration. burst of eloquence. spoken &c. viva voce. have the gift of the gab &c. put in a word or two. prattle. give utterance to. talk. be on one's legs. say one's say. prolocutor. sermon. with bated breath. sotto voce[Lat]. conversation &c. declamation. rhetorical. mute as a mackerel. V. 577. stump. elocution. 586. with the finger on the lips. breathe. 584. "to try thy eloquence now 'tis time [Antony and Cleopatra]. silent &c. hoarse as a raven. inarticulate. from the lips of.S. break silence. speechify. raise one's voice. talk. phonetic. fall from the mouth. Tullian. fall from the lips. platform orator. tirade. parole. unwritten. pass one's lips. faculty of speech.]. hold forth. in a cracked voice. recite. salutatory : screed: valedictory [U. lecture. sepulchral. "action is eloquence" [Coriolanus]. delivery. make a speech..]. have at the tip of one's tongue. speaker &c. stump orator.. "speech is but broken light upon the depth of the unspoken [G. wag the tongue. Speech. lift one's voice. pronounce. speak one's mind. Adv. take the stump [U. pour forth. oratress[obs3]. outspeak[obs3]. flourish. not written. hoarse. utter forth. dry. vox faucibus haesit [Lat][Vergil]. (taciturn) 585. soliloquy &c. let fall. "pour the full tide of eloquence along" [Pope].p. S. mouthpiece. expatiate &c. v. eloquent. blurt out have on one's lips. copia verborum[Lat]. Hermes. 588. prolation[obs3]. orally &c. be eloquent &c. go on the stump. #582. rhetorician. speak to &c. v. deliver. speech.

chatterer. (diffuseness) 573. prate. (want of voice) 581. stammer. "foul whisperings are abroad" [Macbeth]. prattle. broken voice. Babel. (sociable) 892. copia verborum[Lat]. fluency.. talk glibly. inarticulateness. reticence &c. silence. mump[obs3]. pour forth. mispronounce. chatter. murder the King's English. mince. loquacity. gibble-gabble[obs3]. verbosity &c. croak. obmutescence[obs3]. stutter. Adv. twang.. poll. rattle. twaddle. Adj. gossip &c. twattle. #584. cacoethes loquendi[Lat]. rattle. Adv.] Stammering. adj. whisper &c. glib. impediment in one's speech. hesitation &c. bavardage[obs3]. open-mouthed. 405. jay. babbler &c.. mauder[obs3]. sputter. drawl. (repeat) 104. 178 --> #585. (converse) 588. talk oneself out of breath. driveler. expatiate &c. talkative. adj.. nasal. (diffuse) 573. 563. clack. stammering &c.. talker. furor loquendi[Lat]. lapsus linouae [Lat]. jabber. balbucinate|. reserve. -. prattle. jabber. -. magpie. all talk and no cider.flux de bouche[Fr]. (converse) 588. trippingly on the tongue. Loquacity. maud|. talk at random. falter. talk oneself hoarse. multiloquence[obs3]. broken accents. clip one's words. lisp. man of few words. Phr. fluent. be hoarse with talking. flux de mots[Fr]. v. gabble. din in the ears &c. volubility. hammer. slip of the tongue. babble. prate. jaw. murder the Queen's English.. "what a spendthrift is he of his tongue!" [Tempest]. nasal accent. mouth.. blatter[obs3]. (concealment) 528. caquet[obs3]. S. blatherskite [U. voluble. falsetto &c. nasal tone. outtalk. long tongued. the tongue running loose. <-.N. chattering &c. loquaciousness. 497. v.#583. talkativeness &c. prose. rattle on. haw. broken sentences. multiloquous[obs3]. caquetterie[Fr]. affected. tardiloquence[obs3]. palaver. tongue. flippant. 582. twattle. curtness. muteness. inarticulate. v. traulism|. gibber. stammering &c. v. mumble. chatter.. 282 . flippancy.N. (converse) 588. gabble. gift of the gab &c. pauciloquy[obs3]. costiveness|. parrot. the tongue running on wheels. long winded &c. loquacious. proser[obs3]. jaw. (speak at length) 573. [Imperfect Speech.]. splutter. flowing. speak thick. talk nonsense &c. blether[obs3]. V. garrulity. largiloquent|. the tongue running fast. -. hesitate. (faintly) 405[Lat]. sermonizer. off the reel. ranter. tremulous. v. twaddle. garrulous. mutter.. snuffle. sotto voce &c. linguacious|. V.N. murder the language. (eloquence) 582. taciturnity. moulin a paroles[Fr]. speak through the nose. flow of words. hum and haw. chatty &c. blather. cackle. glibly &c. clack. blabber. (faint sound) 405. Adj. guttural. Taciturnity. whisper &c. be loquacious &c. rattle. lisp. bibble-babble[obs3]. gossip &c. small talk &c. titubancy[obs3]. be unable to put two words together. adj. jabber.p. brogue &c.. balbutiate|. drawl. muffle. patter. chatterbox. declamatory &c. much speaking. missay[obs3].

Conversation. V. 582. discourse with. apostrophize.]. trialogue. V. converse. congress &c. volto sciolto i pensieri stretti[It]. converse. alloquy|. -. babble. Int. &c. interview. tattle. 528. talk of the village. taciturn. talk together. reception. call to. take by the button. keep your mouth shut![vulgar]. duologue. oral communication. not let a word escape one. speech &c. conversazione[It]. engage in a conversation. mollia tempora fandi[Lat][obs3]. dumb &c. ball. hush. collocution[obs3]. reticent &c. salutation. keep silence. [Feigned dialogue] dialogism[obs3]. talk. town talk. chat. -. hold converse. tattler. parley. allocution. cackle. silent as a stone. (concealing) 528. on dit[Fr]. halloo. render mute &c. put a padlock on the mouth. seal the lips. talk to in private. commune with. plank. (interview) 588. make no sign. commerce. audience &c. gossip. conference. silent. babblement[obs3]. village talk. 582. palaver. &c. soho[obs3]! halloo! hey! hist! #587. hold one's tongue.V. confabulate. appeal to. interlocutor &c. hold intercourse. appeal. be silent &c. powwow [U. prittle-prattle[obs3]. chat. dialogue. curt. prate &c. cave quid dicis quando et cui[Lat]. Int. palaver. parley. bite one's tongue. address. silent as the grave &c. conversationist[obs3].S. (loquacity) 584. hold one's jaw. word in the ear. 542. place the finger on the lips. close the lips. discourse. keep a secret &c. see Answer 462.N. platform &c. teatable talk[obs3]. say nothing. adj . interpellation. 581. confabulation. hall of audience. small talk. Phr. powwow [U. be closeted 283 . speak to.]. talk it over. (make a speech) 582. not speak. idle talk.N. logomachy[obs3]. keep one's counsel. dialogist[obs3]. put a bridle on one's tongue. lecture &c. hush up. hold one's peace. address. invocation. shush! tush! silence! mum! hush! chut[obs3]! hist! tut! chup[obs3]! mum's the word. sparing of words. zipper the lips. reserved. tabby. interlocution. put a padlock on the lips. tattle.. verbal intercourse. talk of the town.. Adj. salute. tripotage[obs3]. take aside. confer with. tete-a-tete. mum. cancan. hold conference. commerce with. inconversable|. gossip. (loquacity) 584. #586. make up to. gossip. carry on a conversation. colloquy. "the feast of reason and the flow of soul" [Pope]. durbar[obs3]. keep one's tongue between one's teeth. keep mum. causerie. mute. war of words. (still) 403. Allocution. apostrophe. unconversable[obs3]. #588. closetongued. 581. hold on a conversation. chitchat. accost. invoke. (spokesman) 582. button the lips. table talk. bandy words. shine in conversation. S. debate. conversation. tittle-tattle. join in a conversation. Response -. chatterer &c. put in a word. costive|. (council) 696.. lay the finger on the lips. stick in one's throat. silent as a post. not have a word to say. pourparler. audience. Paul Pry.N.

Soliloquize. in black and white. v. 179 --> % 3. discoursive[obs3]. running hand. "with thee conversing I forget all time" [Paradise Lost]. conversational. transcription &c. (record) 551. handwriting. draft. aside. in writing. 561. engross.N. monology[obs3]. apostrophize. dictate. indite. monograph. conversing &c. cramped hand. secret writing. copyist. V. composition. letter &c. Phr. ink horn. pothooks and hangers. ink bottle. typewriter. ill-formed letters. quill driver. pen. take up the pen. brachygraphy[obs3]. scribe. flowing hand. barbouillage[obs3]. writing. cursive hand. inscription &c. bold hand. Adj. v. -. Adj. ink stand. manuscript. crabbed hand. pasigraphy[obs3]. typist. logography[obs3]. v.. scribble &c. Writing. <-. calligraphy. craftmanship[obs3]. coupe de plume. clerk.with. interlocutory. cacoethes scribendi[Lat]. transcript. scrawl. spill ink. signature. slate. (sociable) 892. amanuensis. stenographer. take pen in hand. write. paper. quill driving. Devanagari. think aloud. Adj. discursive. enface[obs3]. cacography[obs3]. pillar. Polygraphy[obs3]. legible hand. vellum. write out fair. scribble. ink well. talk with one in private. inscribe. Ogham. Soliloquy. shed ink. soliloquy. stenography. Brahmi[obs3]. (copy) 21. dip one's pen in ink. manifold. scrivener. say to oneself. bad hand. (record) 551. pen. interline. fist. style. hieroglyphic. (indication) 550. script. Nagari. hand. compose. copy. arrowhead. writing in cipher. tete-a-tete. v. writing &c. Runes. quill. superscription &c. written &c. phonography[obs3]. line. pen and ink.N. write out.. stelography[obs3].p. goose quill. table. Adv. illegible hand. penmanship. scrabble. tablet. penman. (attest) 467. copy. graphoidea[obs3]. good hand. scratch. stenography. blackboard. v. phrenoia[obs3]. Written Language % #590. soliloquizing &c. -. chatty &c. shorthand. cryptography. graphology. rough copy. draw up. dash off. transcriber. uncial writing. writer for the press &c. headline. (author) 593. ink pot. tachygraphy[obs3]. writer. v. colloquial.. holograph. authorship. pencil. talk to oneself. secretary. dash of the pen. fair copy. #589. formulate. cuneiform character. 284 . cerography[obs3]. typewriting. autograph.. typewriter. marble. V. papyrus. chirography. throw on paper. these presents. graphomania[obs3]. sign &c. contraction.. parchment.. stain paper. apostrophe. write down &c. transcribe. griffonage[obs3]. writing &c. foolscap. monologue. stationery. rescript. pattes de mouche[Fr]. say aside. conversable[obs3]. stroke of the pen. literae scriptae[Lat]. sign manual. MS.

proof. audacter et sincere[Lat]. part. (publication) 531. quarto.]. endpapers. codex. caps. number livraison[Fr]. epistolary. postal [U. electrotype. #591. hieroglyphical[obs3]. cuneiform. page. capitals &c. letter. dispatch. serial. composing stand. composition. Phr. le style est l'homme meme [Fr]. (letters) 561. 180 --> #592. composing rule. gray goose quill" [Byron]. bulletin. running head. quire. typographical &c. post card. writing. make-up. missive. offset. monotype[obs3]. frontispiece. Adv. opuscule[obs3]. head. Runic. picture post card. black letter. -. plate printing &c. aprotype[obs3]. mortise. (messenger) 534. matter. reader. etc. folio &c. 531. Adj. see through the press. circular. issue.printing. live matter. underlay. periodical should be separated --> #593. distribute. publish &c. ream [subdivisions of a book] chapter. livret[obs3]. composing room. send a letter to. capitals. leaf. <-.S. fly leaf. press work. "the pen became a clarion" [Longfellow]. cover. (book) 593. 285 . put to press. pie. lower case. Book. article. makeup.Book. press revise. printed &c. portfolio. uncial. keep up a correspondence. 558[engraving]. broadsheet[obs3]. duodecimo[obs3]. ephemeris.. brochure. Phr. running title. bourgeois.p. chitty[obs3]. letter card. scribendi recte sapere et principium et fons [Lat][Horace]. n. Adj. printing. brevier[obs3]. copy. periodical. correspond with. text. column. sheet. press room. italics. 7. scale. roman. manual. upper case. shank.. impression. fount. point system: 4-1/2. folio. note.N. sheet work. type. boldface. billet. pen in hand. print. "that mighty instrument of little men" [Byron]. print. -. these presents. rout. Correspondence. galley proof. rush into print. octavo.N. <-. composing stick. go to press. linotype. correspondence. publication. v. shoulder. chap book. libretto. typography. despatch. press proof. page. 8 point. annual. overrun. handbook. work. serif.. 5-1/2. clause. the press &c. currente calamo[Sp]. epistle. furor scribendi[Lat]. block printing. favor. volume. letterpress. binding. logotype. in type. paper. author's proof. stereotype. V. sextodecimo[obs3]. signature. leaflet. booklet. bring out. solid in galleys. album. journal. circular. font. type. 5. appear in print. catchword. tome. pamphlet. write to. printer's devil copyholder. slug. pull. passage. Printing. bill. section. chit. rescript. billet-doux. post &c. reglet[obs3]. tract.under one's hand. magazine. paragraph. justification. pica &c. revise. pi. tractate[obs3]. 6. -. context. printer. enchiridion[obs3]. compositor. note.N. "nature's noblest gift . pass through the press. matrix. card. rescription[obs3].. compose. V.

summary of facts. run over. describe. narrative. "there is no Past so long as Books shall live" [Bulwer Lytton]. Browning]. autobiography. history. Description. detailed particular account. comprehensive treatise (dissertation) 595. hack writer. set forth &c. recital. encompilation[obs3]. nursery tale. itemize. (chronicle) 551. render an account of. recount. encyclopedia. B. penny dreadful. Minerva press. graphic. (state) 535. detail. necrology. minute account. story. apologue[obs3]. V. saga.. report. [collection of books] library. (recorder) 553. v. journalism. press &c. account. (disclosure) 529 specification. statement. history. unfold a tale &c. historic Muse. anecdote. sum up. novel. penny a liner. traditionary. parable. treatise. expose &c. tradition. Clio. narrate. 599. craignez tout d'un auteur en courroux[Fr]. litterateur[Fr]. historian &c. tale. historiette[obs3]. fable. #594. (list) 86[Fr]. fabulist[obs3]. poet &c. narrative. portray &c. bookseller's shop. brief &c. confessions. author. draw a picture. fairy tale. -. described &c. bibliopole[obs3]. publicist. give an account of. narration. suggestive. delineation &c (representation) 554. rehearse. dime novel. ana[obs3]. gentleman of the press. raconteur. traditional. subeditor[obs3]. knowledge of books. circumstantial account. shilling shocker relator &c. adventures. (record) 551. guidebook &c. the scribbling race. "volumes that I prize above my dukedom" [Tempest]. (knowledge) 490. ink slinger. recapitulate. descriptive. descend to particulars . experiences. bookseller. sketch. description. Phr. relate. [person who writes a book] writer. memorials. v. librarian. "among the giant fossils of my past" [E. return &c. "for authors nobler palms remain" [Pope]. [complete description] definitive work. legendary. rehearsal. characterize. biographer. publisher. bibliography. writer for the press. journal. particularize. "I lived to write and wrote to live" [Rogers]. personal narrative. picture. "look in thy heart and write" [Sidney]. historic. enter into details. editor. historiography[obs3]. particulars. trait. pen. scribbler. catalogue raisonne &c. romance. obituary. enter into particulars. chronography[obs3]. (abstract) 596. well-drawn.N. (publication) 531. legend. furor scribendi[Lat]. fight one's battles over again. representative of the press. novelist. anecdotic[obs3]. fortunes. 597. (information) 527. playwright &c. book learning &c. Adj. tell. epic. literary hack. state of facts. Phr. relation. work of fiction. monograph. "the public mind is the creation of the Master-Writers" [Disraeli]. Grub-street writer. bibliopolist[obs3]. descend to details. bookstore.. (disclose) 529 . recite. report. annals &c. diaskeaust[obs3]. bibliotheca[obs3]. graphic account. biography. ghost.octodecimo[obs3]. essayist. 286 . adjective jerker[obs3]. (represent) 554. reporter. make a report. bookshop. draw up a statement. life. memoir. storied.

ghazal[obs3]. digest. apercu. abstract. discoursive[obs3]. cento[obs3]. Adj. syllabus. epitomize. roundelay. 181 --> #596.N. (reasoning) 476. discussion &c. summarize. (compress) 195. compression &c. synopsis. rondeau[Fr]. descant upon a subject. (explanation) 522. poesy. 201. analysis. sea song. memoir. do justice to a subject. prose run mad. leader. music &c. ballad. pamphleteer. poetry. contents. compile an abstract &c. amoebaeum. homily. versification. #597. excursus. treatise. heads. scrap book. anacreontic[obs3]. posy. Parnassus. (collect) 72. pastoral. essayist. Pierides. bucolic. expound upon a subject. study &c. delve into. *monody. lecture. prospectus. analecta[obs3]. expository. recapitulate. elegy. collectanea[obs3]. Helicon[obs3]. disquisition.p. epic poem. -. review. commentator.N. essay. review. run over. dithyramb. canvass a subject. memorandum book. in short. treat a subject. touch upon a subject. extracts. outlines. note book. recapitulation. anthology. analectic[obs3]. (inquiry) 461. textbook. Phr. in substance. 287 . tuneful Nine. epopee[obs3]. abridgment. nursery rhymes. Compendium. Adj. excerpt. sum and substance. prepare an abstract. eclogue. theme. critic. (shorten) 201. sonnet. exposition &c. investigation &c. Pierian spring. condense &c. poem. review. Dissertation. compilation. abbreviation. pandect[obs3]. conspectus. epopoea. palinode. handle a subject. multum in parvo[Lat]. dissert upon a subject[obs3]. it lies in a nutshell. discourse. editorial. excerpta[obs3]. go into a subject at length. <-. dissertation. shortening &c. summary.. draw an abstract. sermon. V. tract. treat a subject thoroughly. commentary. abrege[Fr]. go into a subject. compendious. contraction. tractation[obs3]. anthology. making verses. disjecta membra poetae song[Lat]. abridged &c. note. ode. V. war song. take up a subject. lyric. in epitome. fugitive pieces. canzonet[obs3]. ventilate a subject. epode[obs3]. fugitive writing. drinking song. criticism. abridge. compend. article. epic. synoptic. Hudibrastic verse[obs3]. prosody. lullaby.N. draft. sum up. in few words. -. compile &c. 415. (consideration) 451. rhyming. resume. compendium. -. abbreviate &c. treat of a subject. idyl. disquisitionary[obs3]. abbreviature[obs3]. make an abstract. Calliope. monograph. discourse. orthometry[obs3]. [Bad poetry] doggerel. Poetry. tractate[obs3]. minute. madrigal. Muse. lyric poetry. hold forth[oral dissertation]. opera.#595. discursive. commonplace book. epitome. cuttings. n. leading article. lay. love song. thesis. pandect[obs3]. discuss a subject. album. dramatic poetry. v. poetics. brief. deal with a subject. skim. critique. 195. rondo. write upon a subject. flowers. variorum[obs3]. precis. abstract. spicilegium[obs3]. Adv. running commentary.

sonneteer. poetic. poetical. antispast[obs3]. prosal[obs3]. make verses. epic. smoker. runer[obs3]. iambic... couplet. dithyrambic &c. measure. laureate. drama. crambo[obs3]. poetaster. line. 288 . unpoetical[obs3]. proverbs. elegaic meter. scald. stage play. triplet. antistrophe[obs3]. farcical-comedy. genus irritabile vatum [Latin]. prosaist[obs3]. prose. Adj. dactyl. motion pictures. Thespis. cinematography. Dichtung und Wahrheit [Ger]. love story. poetize. sock. "sweet food of sweetly uttered knowledge" [Sidney].duologue trilogy. cothurnus[obs3]. 182 --> #599. "his virtues formed the magic of his song" [Hayley]. versifier. interlude. the stage. harlequinade[obs3]. tuneful. numbers. Melpomene and Thalia. prose.macaronics[obs3]. -. musical. prosaic. comidie larmoyante[Fr]. mutum est pictura poema[Lat]. piece[Fr]. scan. metrical. adj. adventure film. movies. afterpiece[obs3]. farce. proser[obs3]. versify. prosaicism[obs3]. musical comedy. rhymeless[obs3]. macaronic verse[obs3]. minstrel. in prose. n. lever de rideau[Fr]. miracle play. write prose. V. pornographic film. assonance. histrionic art.. the theater. (voice) 580. anapestic[obs3]. exode[obs3]. drame comedie drame[Fr]. a catalectin[obs3]. skaldic[obs3]. epilogue. runes. blank verse. verse. trochaic. melodrame[obs3]. flick [coll. Smith]. trouvere[Fr]. opera. improvisatore[obs3]. Alcaic[obs3]. scene. nature film. introduction. comedy. verse. sensation drama. Sapphic. masque. lyrist[obs3]. Melibean. lyric. prologue. strain. charade. induction. mystery. comedietta[obs3]. ictus. act. Pindaric. prosaism[obs3]. vaudeville. minnesinger. ballet. spectacle. canto. opera bouffe[Fr]. Volk der Dichter und Denker[Ger]. "a poem round and perfect as a star" [Alex. elegiac verse.]. "I do but sing because I must" [Tennyson]. -. spy film. pentameter. The Drama. rhymester. spondee. poet laureate. skald[obs3]. X-rated film. foot. Alexandrine. play. libretto. leonine verse. theatricals. not in verse. troubadour. ballad monger. meistersinger[Ger]. licentia vatum[Lat]. "wisdom married to immortal verse" [Wordsworth]. tragicomedy. sing. monodrame monologue[obs3]. "the true poem is the poet's mind" [Emerson]. strophe. write in prose. "I learnt life from the poets" [de Stael]. burlesque. [movies] western. poet. melodrama. elegiacs &c. anacrusis[obs3]. tragedy. accentuation &c. horse opera. rhyme. quatrain.N. rhythm. unrhymed. the play.p. documentary. Prose. rhymist[obs3]. elegaic poetry. elegiac. V. divertissement. Adj.N. five-act play. anapest &c. meter. amoebaeic. buskin. lyrical. <-. rhyme. unpoetic. "O for a muse of fire!" [Henry V]. #598. pantomime. bard. trochee. tableau. rhymer.prosy. burletta[obs3]. dramaturgy. Phr. skin flick. the drama. cinema. extravaganza. Ionic. furor poeticus[Lat]. hexameter. stanza. prose writer. distich. film the film.

before the floats. orchestra. "suit the action to the word. play writer. theatrical costume. personate &c. hamfatter *[obs3]. "to wake the soul by tender strokes of art" [Pope]. columbine. back lot. flat. supporting cast. play a part. machinist. farceur. 550. on the stage. music hall. "strut and fret one's hour upon a stage". tumbler. jeu de theatre[French]. dramatic writer. the word to the action" [Hamlet]. on location. act drop. clown harlequin. pit. dramatist. greenroom. buffoon. idol. gag. proscenium. extra. investor. supporting actor. buskined[obs3]. comedian. scenery. footlights. stage. low comedy. 183 --> % CLASS V 289 . perform. light comedy. scene. Adv. tragedienne. tragicomic. sex symbol. come out. mimographer[obs3]. walking gentleman. enact. mise en scene[French]. prompter. on film. comic. theater in the round. tragedian. dramatic author. jeune premier[French]. before an audience. actor. <-. ballet dancer. super. side scene. supernumerary. acting manager. on the boards. masque. acting. performer. acrobat. dramatis personae[Lat]. protagonist. perform a part. puppet show. fere totus mundus exercet histrionem [Lat][Petronius Arbiter]. costumier. buffo[obs3]. theatrical properties. impersonation &c. Punch and Judy. buffoonery. artists. rehearse. ham. movie star. Jack Pudding. stage business. farcical.p. boxes. mimer[obs3]. theatrical. trap. light comedian. go through a part. low comedian. debutante[French]. circus. melodramatic. parquet. act a part. general utility. histrionic. tread the boards. stalls. mime. director. screen. stager. genteel comedian. gag. 554. heavy father. walk-on role. angel[fig]. spout. floats. company. superstar. contortionist. stage manager. wing. amoroso[obs3]. auditorium. marionettes. tread the stage. jeune veuve[French]. first tragedian. producer. coryphee danseuse[Fr]. gesture &c. put on the stage. coulisses[Fr]. Roscius. dramatic. the boards. Phr. flies. pulcinella[obs3]. tragic. pantomimist. mute.performance. drop scene. figurante[obs3]. impresario. 554. star. "the play's the thing" [Hamlet]. auditory. opera house. grimacer. masker[obs3]. part. ingenue[French]. gallery. repertoire. strolling player. guiser[obs3]. V. manager. front of the house. punchinello[obs3]. playwright. curtain. cameo appearance. behind the scenes. play. backer. drop. chorus singer. offstage. theatric. debutant. mummer. stagery[obs3]. (imitate) 19. movie studio. transformation scene. posture master. gysart |. genteel comedy. stagy. mezzanine floor. star it. pantaloon. hippodrome. act. amphitheater. pulcinello[obs3]. guisard[obs3]. representation. call boy. scenic. playhouse. property man. rant. star of stage and screen. operatic. bit-player. role. ballet girl. thespian. mountebank. prima donna[Sp]. stage player. theater. Adj. method actor. mimic &c. fantoccini[obs3]. entrepreneur. character. player. house.

fatality. stern necessity. willful. (casual) 153.WORDS RELATING TO THE VOLUNTARY POWERS(1) Division (1) INDIVIDUAL VOLITION Section I. autocratic. VOLITION IN GENERAL 1. natural tendency.N. mind. have a will of one's own. deliberately &c. adj. Parcae. 748. have one's own way. voluntarily &c. fate. (choice) 609. velleity. Adv. last shift. freedom &c. list. (freedom) 748. wheel of Fortune. option &c. Sisters three. Hobson's choice. fate. pleasure. do what one chooses &c. by choice &c. selfcontrol &c. of one's own free will. have it all. destiny. necessitation.. of one's won accord. have one's will. preordination. (willing) 602. ad libitum. volition. use one's discretion. foredoom. think fit. conation[obs3]. (bid &c. ex meromotu[Lat]. 620. at pleasure. volitive[obs3]. al piacere[It]. hard necessity. book of fate. volitient[obs3]. spontaneity. planets. inborn proclivity. Deus vult[Lat]. prepense &c. 748. minded &c. suo motu[Lat]. predetermination &c. volunteer. sky.. Acts of Volition % #600. inexorable necessity. election. obligation. originality. predetermination. innate proclivity. stars. (cause) 153. spontaneous. adverse necessity. optional. do of one's own accord. out of one's won head. Phr. 741).N. a beneplacito[It]. doom. determination &c. original &c. instinct. take the law into one's own hands. fatalism. (resolution) 604. stet pro ratione voluntas[Lat]. intended &c. last resort. Necessity. 611. (choose) 609. take upon oneself. planet. volitional. free will. 744. Adj. 611. voluntariness[obs3]. natural impulse. force of will. 620. will of Heaven. intention &c. a discretion. -. originate &c. adj. V. -. (intentionally) 620. dire necessity. discretionary. (resolve) 604. spell &c. take one's own course. 993. 609. necessity. predestination. will. star. will and pleasure. was man nicht kann meiden muss man willig leiden[Ger]. at will. will. do upon one. enjoin. settle &c. (inclination) 602. blind impulse. spontaneousness. desire. free &c. Fates. purposely &c. beneficium accipere libertatem est vendere[Lat]. lot fortune. (predetermined) 611[obs3]. what must be. compulsion &c. destination. God's will. 749. frame of mind &c. pis aller &c. voluntary. foreordination. exercise one's discretion. a volonte[Fr]. native tendency. inevitableness &c. unconstrained. see fit. as one thinks proper. imperious necessity. subjection &c. involuntariness. dernier ressort[Fr]. wish. proprio motu[Lat]. Ides of March. 290 . discretional. astral influence.s own authority. ad arbitrium[Lat].one's own way. iron necessity. kismet. determine &c. #601. as it seems good to. discretion. liberum arbitrium[Lat]. Will. a vostro beneplacito[It]. sic volo sic jubeo[Lat]. unbidden &c.

che sara sara[French]. volunteering. have a great mind to. foredoom. voluntariness &c. have no choice. willingness. adj. willy nilly. eagerness &c. be willing &c. "it is written". Nor all your piety and wit can bring it back to cancel half a line. bent &c. hold to. by stress of. inexorable. desire &c. forwardness. (desire) 865. Willingness. inevitable. aptitude &c. disposition. fatalist. cast a spell &c. Phr.(substitute) 147[Fr]. penchant &c. volunteer. unwitting. destined &c. goodwill. bon gre mal gre[Fr]. be doomed. automaton."The moving finger writes and having writ moves on. willing or unwilling. acquiesce &c (assent) 488. adv. persuasibleness[obs3]."[Rubayyat of Omar Khayyam]. predestine. if need be. pliability &c. Adj. 762. earnestness. (requirement) 630. there is no helping it. involuntary. necessarian[obs3]. 612. compliance &c. alacrity. jacta est alea[obs3][Lat]. mind. jump at. make no bones of. necessitarian[obs3]. it will have its way. heart. (softness) 324. swallow the bait. nolens volens[Lat]. Adv. in for. destine. unthinking. volunteer. 291 . perforce &c. gorge the hook. faute de mieux[Fr]. frame of mind. docibleness[obs3]. uncontrollable. unavoidable. <-. blind. cordiality. 744. be one's fate &c. non est meus actus[Latin]. quisque suos patimur manes [Latin][Vergil]. there is no help for. irresistible. had as lief. irrevocable. one's days are numbered. lie under a necessity. fated. the die is cast. nor all your tears wash out a word of it.p. make no scruple of. n. cling to. it cannot be helped. labor of love.N. it needs to be. readiness. leaning. docility. doom. it will be. needful &c (requisite) 630. willing mind. (undesigned) 621. pleasure &c. -. have no scruple of. animus. incline. it must be. compel &c. meet halfway. give a willing ear. catch at. 762.. propend. will he nil he. automatic. V. it must be so. needs must. humor. necessarily &c. turn a willing ear. mood. to be pushed to the wall to be driven into a corner. geniality. persuasibility[obs3]. lend a willing ear. to be unable to help. Fata obstant[Latin]. necessaries &c. unconscious. unintentional &c. think good. mechanical. (desire) 865. asset &c. see fit.. 744. elect. (compel) 744. aujord'hui roi demain rien[French]. gratuitous service. necessary. (will) 600. vein. instinctive. of necessity. 184 --> #602. lean to.. resistless. be destined &c. comply with &c. diis aliter visum[obs3][Latin]. actum me invito factus[Latin]. impulsive &c. have a half a mind to. 992. 488. preordain. 865. have no alternative. befated[obs3]. one's fate is sealed. V. inclination. coute que coute[Fr]. (turn of mind) 820. 698. nibble at the bait. under the necessity of. necessitate. spellbound compulsory &c. devote. of course. v. adj[obs3].. avoidless[obs3]. think proper. ex necessitate rei[Lat].

hang fire. no &c. tractable &c. sand. backbone. minded. heart and soul. clear grit. qualms of conscience. Unwillingness.. Adj. 623. hesitation &c. indisposed. aversation[obs3]. true grit. bent upon &c. de bonne volonte[Fr]. slack. voluntary. cheering. 764. backward. with pleasure. (courage) 861. be unwilling &c. nothing loth. genial. content &c. inclined. by all manner of means. resolve &c. will. unwillingness &c. persuasible. propense[obs3]. with a heavy heart. shy of. #603. (assenting) 488. facile. ready. gratuitous. 866. not be able to find it in one's heart to. refusal &c. restiff|. &can. recoil. nothing loth. graciously. 708. reluctance. strength of mind. of one's own accord. with open arms. resoluteness &c. 866. strength of will. con amore[It]. adj. aplomb. not for the world. oppose &c. easily persuaded.N. freely. favorably disposed. by all means. Adv. gracious. favorablyminded.N. indocility &c. persuadable.p. (ask &c. fain. reluctant. 682. <-. repugnant &c. (stability) 150.. decision. pluck. disposed. unwilling. unconsenting &c. 867. backwardness &c.]. with a bad. against one's will. not content. 605. averseness &c. yes &c. sore against one's wishes. laggard. zeal &c. adj. (obstinacy) 606[obs3]. eager. hearty. with right will. loath. 765). 744. stick at. indifference &c. 601. (opposed) 708. vigor. spontaneous. sore against one's will. run rusty. nolens volens &c. in spite of one's teeth. ex animo[Lat]. favorably inclined. disinclined. unforced &c. 275. with good will. (dislike) 867[obs3]. dislike &c. renitence[obs3]. with all one's heart. loth. shrinking. dissent &c. docile. (irresolution) 605. iron will. scruple. in the mind. against one's wishes. earnest. not have the stomach to. easy-going. predisposed. slowness &c. grudge. demurring &c. (free) 748. adj. demur. (dislike) 867. to one's heart's content. V. (assent) 488. fain. without reluctance. (intent) 620. scrupulousness. involuntary &c. twinge of conscience. grit [U. adverse &c. in the vein. fastidiousness &c. 185 --> #604. stickle. avoid &c. scrupulous. a contre caeur[Fr]. (necessity) 601[Lat]. sore against one's grain. willingly &c. with a good grace. demur. squeamish &c.. recoil. unconquerable will. with an ill grace. (pliant) 324. resolution. far be it from me. -. invita Minerva[Lat].. begrudge. (refusing) 764. 489. nill. unwillingly &c. in the humor. Resolution. suasible[obs3]. scrupulosity. restive. unasked &c. delicacy. adj. qualm. manliness. S.Adj. indisposedness[obs3]. perforce &c.. favorable. forward. hesitate &c. renitency. under protest. grudgingly. 489. firmness &c. averse. determination. dissent &c. against the grain. game. cordial. Adv. malgre soi[Fr]. willing. -. indifferent &c. in the mood. remiss. 868. adj. slow to. shrink. not in the vein. will of one's own. nolition[obs3]. energy. nolleity[obs3].want of readiness. (fastidious) 868. 536. swerve. 292 . (desirous) 865. as lief. want of alacrity. 764. a la bonne heure[Fr]. disinclination. indisposition. in spite of oneself. heart in hand. v. refuse &c.. scruple.

bring to a crisis. not listen to the voice of the charmer.. buckle oneself put one's shoulder to the wheel. in earnest. inflexible &c. tentanda via est[Lat].. stick at nothing. stand firm &c. determined. game. at any hazard at any price. unflinching. hold out. go all lengths. stand no nonsense. celui qui veut celui-la peut[Fr]. joking apart. Phr. come to a determination. 104 bottom. bulldog. patience. with a strong hand &c. neck or nothing. tenacity of purpose. set one's teeth. devote oneself to. have determination &c. indefatigableness. cling to. backbone. coute[Fr]. resolve. come to a resolve. iron. self restraint. British lion. pertinacity. drive matters to an extremity. Adj. a bis ou a blanc[Fr][obs3]. put one's heart into. buckle to. plodding. persist &c. steadiness. pertinaciousness. resolute &c.]. (activity) 682. pertinacy|. (judgment) 480. (hard) 323. make short work of &c. like a man. make a dash at. at any sacrifice. steel against. stick to. insist upon. once for all. gritty [U. -. definitive. mastery over self. die in the last ditch. at all risks. seriously. V. lay one's shoulder to the wheel. go the whole hog. n. seal. 606. manfully. self reliance. adj. (stability) 150. (undertake) 676. nail one's colors to the mast. v. keep on. (stability) 150. bulldog courage. set one's back against the wall. in good earnest.. set one's shoulder to the wheel. inexorable. rush in medias res. go through fire and water. ride the tiger. set upon. set one's heart upon. (choice) 609. earnest. with a high hand. obstinacy &c.N. resolved &c. go the limit *. adhere to. resolutely &c. will. self-possessed. bent upon. go in for. continuance &c. make up one's mind. put one's foot down. peremptory. adj. devotion. take one's stand. steady &c. self government. 293 . in utrumque paratus[Lat]. permanence &c.. decided. firm. singleness of purpose. set one's mind upon. take the bull by the horns. hold on. chi non s'arrischia non guadagna[Fr][obs3]. not to be put down. be resolved &c. persist. grit. self command.. self denial. moral courage. make a point of. persistence. moral strength. stop at nothing. game to the backbone. throw away the scabbard. iteration &c. serious. run the gauntlet. ride in the whirlwind and direct the storm. earnestly. strong-willed. at any rate. come to a resolution. steel oneself. conclude. 604a. (persevering) 604a. frangas non flectes[Lat]. on one's mettle. decide &c. intent upon. plunge in medias res.S.desperation. proof against. stamina. self conquest. constancy. not to be shaken. rain or shine. a tort et a travers[obs3]. at all hazards. (brave) 861. cost what it may. self control. 606. be in at the death. tranchant[obs3]. V. strong-minded. at all events. firmness &c. form a determination. determine. (exertion) 686. determine once for all. unshrinking[obs3]. spes sibi quisque[Lat]. indefatigability. heart and soul. pluck. fix. (persevere) 604a. (industry) 682. manu forti[Lat]. obstinate &c. give oneself up to. Adv. take a decisive step &c. unhesitating. relentless. at any risk. Perseverance. tenacity. devotedness. sedulity &c. take upon oneself &c. perseverance. #604a. know one's own mind. not stick at trifles. (inaction) 143. indomitable. tenax propositi[Lat]. self possession. at any cost. (absence of change) 141. stick to one's text. perseverance &c. persevere. kick down the ladder.

infirm of purpose. alternate &c.. shilly-shally. v. Adv. wimpish. maintain one's ground. reversible.keep to one's course. untiring. be thrown off one's balance. die in harness. -. pause. fickle. 143. go halfway. (soft) 324. unchangeable &c. double-minded.. half-hearted. unflagging. legerete[Fr]. steadfast. (work) 686. timid. vacillation. shuttlecock. 186 --> #605. 682. at a loss &c. stagger like a drunken man. 862. la garde meurt et ne se rend pas[Fr]. unsettlement. pliancy &c. without fail. at any price.p. never tiring. 860. retract &c. 860. <-. sink or swim. S. blink. Phr. sturdy. wimpy &c. 149. tremulous. irresolute. V. weakness. 860. pliant &c. be irresolute &c.N. staunch.. fluctuate. light-minded. unconquerable &c.. 607. blow hot and cold &c.S. unsteadfast[obs3]. trim. tout vient a temps pour qui sait attendre[Fr]. 686. (oscillation) 314. persevering. unswerving. falter. (changeable) 149. maintain one's course. doughface [obs3][U. demur. go through fire and water. hesitate. (uncertain) 475. frothy. 150. cowardly &c. facile.. shuffle. hum and haw. persistent. hang in suspense. not know one's own mind. indecision. waver vacillate &c. light. play fast and loose. persisting. indefatigable. (softness) 324. ass between two bundles of hay. 862. hold up. change &c. undeviating. (oscillate) 314. hover. unresolved. weak. frail. steady as time.. unwearied. follow up. fast and loose. unsleeping[obs3]. vacillating &c. half measures. irresolution. Adj. volatile. die at one's post. undecided. indomitable. uncertainty &c. Irresolution. compromise. fidgety. never say die. lightsome. palter. unwavering. stick to work &c. hesitation. timidity &c. think twice about. hesitating &c. through evil report and good report. alternation &c. unflinching. (inactivity) 683. keep in suspense. plodding. dally with. pertinacious. leave "ad referendum". indetermination. caprice &c. capricious &c. aut vincer aut mori[Lat]. cowardice &c. let "I dare not" wait upon "I would" [Macbeth]. balance. easy-going revocable. bear up. undrooping[obs3]. stanch. continue &c. Adv. without ballast. Adj.]. v. game to the last. fickleness. off one's balance. boggle. chaser-balancer[obs3]. (caprice) 608. in 294 . unremitting. dillydally. (strong) 159. remain neuter. infirmity of purpose. constant. undetermined. irresolved[obs3]. adj. 475. 608. waverer. make a compromise. true to oneself. 608. demur. irresolutely &c. hesitancy. per fas et nefas[Lat]. solid. pendulate[obs3]. unable to say "no". suspense. butterfly. hesitating &c. vestigia nulla retrorsum[Lat]. keep to one's ground. feeble-minded. fluctuation. give it the old college try. will and will not. steady. dawdle &c. dough-faced [U. vogue la galere[Fr]. industrious &c. 140. unrelenting. 149. giddy.]. adj. plod. debate. go all lengths. unsteady &c. changeableness &c. through thick and thin. be afraid &c. dacker[obs3]. wimp. levity. keep off and on. v. undetermination|!. irresolvedly[obs3]. unfaltering. strenuous &c. through fire and water. unintermitting[obs3]. keep up. coquet with.

retraction. insist on having the last word. obstinateness &c. ils n'ont rien appris ne rien oublie[Fr]. backslider. have one's own way &c. creedbound. change of mind. (determined) 604. old school. untractable[obs3]. prepossessed. recantation. Vicar of Bray. dogmatist. 950redintegratio amoris[Lat]. obstinately &c. entete[Fr]. trimmer. impracticable. 314.p. contumacious. willful. deaf to advice. inflexible &c. enthusiast. stickler. opinionatist[obs3]. no surrender. crawfish [U. apostasy. dogged. deserter. resolution &c. unyielding. adj. going over &c. perverse. obstinate as a mule. obduration[obs3]. opinionist|. dogmatism. impervious to reason. fanaticism. take no denial. turn coat. unshakable. ruling passion. crossgrained[obs3]. not yield an inch. fly in the face of facts. time pleaser[obs3]. bigoted. zealot. Janus. #606. abjure. change one's mind.. S. infatuated. fanatic. arbitrary. withdrawal. 295 . mugwump [U.].. refractory. opinator|. Tergiversation. blackleg. adj. 604. contumacy. pervicacity[obs3]. proselyte. scab*. pig-headed. balky. stubborn. stand out. Adv. 608. (relinquishment) 624. crotchety &c. be wedded to an opinion. pervert. coquetry. incorrigible. uninfluenced unaffected. stiff-backed. change one's purpose. 150. V. immovable. apostate. mulish. hidebound. (hardness) 323. (persevere) 604a. bigot. perversity. self-will. Int. prejudiced &c. resty[obs3]. monomania. opiniator|. revocation. turn tippet|. heady. from pillar to post.faltering accents. positive. unchangeable &c. not to be moved. have the last word. obduracy. (relinquish) 624. (changeable) 149. vacillation &c. dogged resolution. opiniatry|. seesaw &c. non possumus[Lat]. indocility[obs3]. 187 --> #607. reversal. obdurate. intractable.N. infatuation. change of intention. tenacity. immovability. pervicacious[obs3]. v. Phr. volte-face[Fr]. tergiversation. obstinacy. Obstinacy. 604a. S. obstinate. dogmatic. headstrong. stiff necked. defection &c. (prejudgment) 481. weathercock &c. opinionate. timist|. ambidexter[obs3]. inflexibility &c. -. be obstinate &c. restive. bigotry. inert &c. unruly. stiff hearted. casehardened. recidivist. self-willed. hug a belief. "how happy could I be with either!" [Gay]. inpersuasible[obs3]. palinody[obs3].]. unpersuadable. adj. cussedness [U. change one's note. palinode. Adj. restiff|. intolerance. change one's intention. (hard) 323. renegade. off and on. zealotry. abjuration. S. persist &c. revokement[obs3]. renunciation. 605. sulky. fight against destiny. convert. unmoved. 172. die hard. tenacious. hard-mouthed.]. inexorable &c. V.. renounce. wayward. (will) 600. sullen. change of purpose. 481. -. perseverance &c. fixed idea &c. rat. (negation) 536.N. mule. stickle. repentance &c. retractation[obs3]. pervicacy|. backsliding. blind side. impervious. withdraw from &c. <-. opinionatedness opinionativeness[obs3]. disavowal &c.abjurement[obs3]. afterthought. time server. opiniativeness.

prelation[obs3]. dilemma. freakish.. the deuce is in him. wayward. fantastic. have a maggot in the brain. 605. forswear. whimwham[obs3]. preference. go over. vacillate. shift one's ground. tourner casaque[Fr]. eat one's words. adopt. boutade[Fr]. capricious. 83. (abrogate) 756.N. coquet. turn over a new leaf &c. Phr. wheel round. bold with the hare but run with the hounds. think better of it. come back return to one's first love. V. alternative. fitful. whimsey[obs3]. adj.waver. fanciful. revocatory[obs3]. Adj. pass from one side to another. v. sleeveless. back out of. go over from one side to another. come round to an opinion. kinky [U.]. penny wise and pound foolish. use option. Adv. hold up one's hand. fad. espouse. change from one side to another. 149. by fits and starts. vagary. wanton. -. election. kink. excerpta[obs3]. swallow the leek. S. revoke.]. changeful &c. skip from one side to another. change sides. crawfish *[U. preoption[obs3]. embarras de choix[Fr]. opt for. blow hot and cold. S. gleaning.. be on the fence. make choice of. embrace. pick &c. settle.]. fancy. volatile. unsay. Phr. V. come over.. offer the alternative. flinch. take up. irresolute &c. discretion &c. make one's choice. maggot. political election (politics) 737a. selection. go to the rightabout. (volition) 600. (adjudge) 480. set before. shuffle. eccentric. fix upon. choose. gleanings. captious. Caprice. eclecticism. swerve. arbitrary. one's option. present the alternative. 296 . excerption. nil fuit unquain sic inipar sibi[Lat]. #608. (resolve) 604. giddy. whimsical. veer round. scissors and paste. recant. take one's choice. retract. play fast and loose. whimsy.. escapade. coquetting &c. (best) 650. eat the leek. capriciousness &c. (will) 600. (desire) 865. nager entre deux eaux[Fr]. list &c. whim. crawl* [U. flimflam. frivolous. wait to see how the wind blows. decision &c. hold out the alternative. strain at a gnat and swallow a camel. decide &c. option. ductile. n. wild-goose chase. maggoty. fickle &c. adoption. put to the vote. <-. (irresolute) 605. vote. turn round. without rhyme or reason. particular. play fast and loose.p. S. unconformable &c. rat. prank. 188 --> #609. freak. divide. survey. adj. go upon another tack. trim. cooptation[obs3]. play fantastic tricks. Adj. box the compass. turn a pirouette. skittish. slippery as an eel. take it into one's head.. (judgment) 480. crotchety. erratic. poll. make up one's mind &c. hysterical. fit. cuttings. choice. exercise discretion.N. contrary. use discretion. reactionary. recall. elect. humor. full of whims &c. (repent) 950. wait to see how the cat jumps. quirk. rescind &c. predilection &c. novation[obs3]. caprice. apostatize. trimming. crotchet. -. retrace one's steps. straddle. "a change came o'er the spirit of my dream" [Byron]. exercise option. humorsome[obs3]. capriccio. draw in one's horns. timeserving[obs3]. blow hot and cold. offers one's choice. opinion poll. Choice. inconsistent. be capricious &c. ambidextrous.

fling away. discretional &c. winnow. indecision &c. predestine. (choice) 609. (will) 600.. or at the option of. fait accompli[Fr]. 601. that or nothing. reject. choice &c. cast away. repudiate. (have done with) 678. take for better or for worse. cast in one's lot with. project &c. Phr. cull. neuter. Adj. "make a virtue of necessity" [Two Gentlemen]. first come first served. by choice. V.. adj. Hobson's choice. exclude. repudiation. Adj. (eject) 297. optional. have no choice. take a decided step. #611. who cares? what difference does it make? "There's not a dime's worth of difference between them. predetermination. set at naught. adj. toss to the dogs. at pleasure &c. spin." [George Wallace]. 620.N. indulge one. rejectaneous|.N. optionally &c. either &c. toss away. random selection. 615. neutrality. (equality) 27. predestination. send to the right about. (deny) 536. have no election. cast overboard. resolve. throw away. propendency|. pick one's way. (irresolution) 605. before. coercion (compulsion) 744. except. lay aside. declination V. toss to the winds. either the one or the other.. disclaim &c. rejected &c. decline &c. in preference. mark out for. parti pris[Fr]. (refuse) 764. 764. 550. v. discard &c. sift the chaff from the wheat. indifferent. refrain from voting. fancy &c. neither the one nor the other. Adv. not a pin to choose &c. necessity &c. fling overboard. pick and choose. no &c 536. necessity. by preference. arbitrariness. V. (good) 648. give up. 297 . intention &c. (desire) 865. -. whether or not. single out. #610. predeliberation[obs3]. throw overboard.. foredoom. be neutral &c. for one's money. Adj. Absence of Choice. 626. preordain. -. have as lief. choosing &c. fate. glean. pick out. Rejection. out of the question Adv. pass the Rubicon. premeditate. #609a. be persuaded &c.s fancy. fling to the dogs. set aside. indifference. mark &c. preferential. Phr. (voluntary) 600. set apart. take a decisive step. not chosen &c. refusal &c. undecided &c. abstain from voting. no choice. v. leave undecided. uninterested. -. pluck. foregone conclusion. neither. non haec in faedera[Lat]. Predetermination. not vote. v. cast. prefer. premeditation. preordination. throw to the winds. cast to the winds. once and for all. any. fling to the winds. rejection. commit oneself to a course. 609. the first that comes. separate the chaff from the wheat. predetermine. toss overboard. pick up. have rather. cross the Rubicon.. (irresolute) 605. scout. winnow the chaff from the wheat. reject. concert. exclusion. neutral. rejectious|. resolve. rather. pitch upon. eclectic. throw to the dogs. Adv. cast to the dogs.N. chosen &c. to be thought of.

improvisation. <-. run. usage. Adv. learn &c. move in a rut. ordinary course of things. premeditated &c. get into. ordinary run of things. acquire a trick. way. improvisatore[obs3]. rule. foregone. habituate. spontaneous &c. advised. accustom. well-laid. conventionalism. unprompted. natural. acclimatization.p. indeliberate[obs3]. adhere to. extemporaneously. 601.dustoor[obs3]. 104. consuetude. fall into a trick. vogue. V. get into the way. ordinary state of things. flash on the mind. prevail. contract a trick. harden. [includes commonness due to frequency of occurrence] -N. instinctive &c. repeat &c. predesignate. acquire a habit. Adj. go round like a horse in a mill. aforethought. groove. #612. offhand. use.. improvised. second nature. come into use. (educate) 537. laudator temporis acti[Lat]. etiquette &c. impulsive. stare super antiquas vias[Lat][obs3]. cacoethes[Lat]. routine. be habitual &c. extempore. 539. general state of things. natural state of things. v. observance. intrinsic habit &c. designed. matter of course. unguarded. knack &c. unmeditated. 298 . 620. season. bad habit. fall into a custom &c. cling to. standing order. contract a habit. snap. become a habit. train &c.N. flash. well-weighed. pipe clay. conventionality. practice. caseharden. improvisate[obs3]. calculated. gain upon one. order of the day. with eyes open. unpremeditated. V. 620. familiarize. red-tapism[obs3]. studied. prescription. keep one's hand in. beaten track. impulse. conformity &c. rut. adj. -. habitude. mode. fall into a habit. addiction. seasoning. on the spur of the moment. addict oneself to. a limproviste[Fr]. (conform to) 82. adj. predesigned[obs3]. (gentility) 852. maturely considered.. acclimatize. precedent. improviso[obs3]. Adj. common state of things. fall into a rut. red-tape. wont. say what comes uppermost. beaten path. impromptu. one's old way. confirmed habit. fashion. adj. assuefaction|. 189 --> #613.. unguided. improvisatory[obs3].. Impulse. beaten ground. inveterate habit. run on in a groove. tread the beaten track. custom. on the spur of the occasion. improvise. immemorial usage. Adv. deliberately. cunning. all things considered. follow the beaten track. trick. cry. (education) 537. intentionally &c. spurt. with premeditation. 82.. inspiration.resolve beforehand. training &c. be wont &c. predesignated. impromptu. Habit. veteris vestigia flammae[Lat]. sudden thought. tread the beaten path. assuetude|. extemporaneous. take to. follow the beaten. inure. grow upon one. naturalize. get into the knack of. advisedly &c. go on in the old jog trot way. prepense[obs3]. intended &c. extemporize. improvise. take root. habit. well-devised. in cold blood. (voluntary) 600. prevalence. old school. creature of impulse.

(skillful) 698. v. by purpose. wean oneself of a usage.N. accustomary[obs3]. inveterate. in. wedded to. pro and con. V. of everyday occurrence. adeo in teneris consuescere multum est[Lat]. set. 620. recognized.Adj. wean oneself of a custom. 678. -.. magna est vis consuetudinis[Lat]. with it. disusage[obs3]. trot. call. habituated &c. unseasoned. conformable. 82. accustomed &c. disused &c. obsolescence. wont. abeunt studia in mores[Lat]. permanent. loadstone. break off a habit. more suo. devoted to. want of practice. -. fixed. (intrinsic) 5.. "a custom more honored in the breach than the observance" [Hamlet]. intention &c. leave off a custom. wean oneself of a habit. Adv. more solito[Lat]. new. unaccustomed. prescriptive. reason why. newness to. attuned to. secret motive. habitue. as the sparks fly upwards. the why and the wherefore. consideration. as usual. at home in &c. cast off a usage. conventional. cela s'entend[Fr]. prevailing. stereotyped. cast off a custom. typically &c. wonted. of course. infringe a usage. stock. common. most frequently. break off a usage. of daily occurrence.. (unconformable) 83. fashionable &c. keystone. enticement. naturalized. uninured[obs3]. v. disuse &c. Phr. in the habit of. arriere pensee[Fr]. leave off a habit.p. established. everyday.N. rooted. 678. wear off. motive.. magnetic force. untrained. principle. commonplace. inducement. ingrafted[obs3]. (uniformly) 16. accredited. trite. adj. Causes of Volition % #615. violate a usage. (genteel) 852. (unconformity) 83. frequent. 190 --> % 2. infraction of usage &c. inusitation[obs3]. new brooms. admitted. violate a custom. unhabituated[obs3]. leave off a usage. ingrained &c. usually. in fashion. reason. temptation. unwonted. green &c. be -unaccustomed &c. acknowledged. Desuetude. as is one's wont. consuetudinary[obs3]. "How use doth breed a habit in a man!" [Two Gentlemen]. ground. regular. garden variety. according to routine. by end. allective|. #614. break through a custom. unusual &c. usual. received. break through a habit. desuetude. according to custom. adj. morent fecerat usus [Lat][Ovid]. want of habit. understood. allectation|. jog. always &c. infringe a custom. familiar. (unskilled) 699. hackneyed. violate a habit.. as a rule. prevalent. unhackneyed. unused. magnetism. as things go. given to. springs of action. seasoned. hoc erat in more majorum[Lat]. in vogue. most often. primum mobile[Lat]. habitually &c. besetting. cast off a habit. used to. disuse &c. household. according to use. break through a usage. ordinary. Adj. &c. break off a custom. attraction. well-known. deep-rooted. general. consuetudo quasi altera natura [Lat][Cicero]. 299 . 678. vernacular. adj. current. generally. infringe a habit. mainspring. nonprevalence[obs3]. wellsprings of action. habitual. ex more. imbued with. for the most part. well-trodden. addicted to. nonobservant[obs3]. as the world goes. Motive. magnet. <-.

inspired &c. beckon. incitement. (excitation of feeling) 824. instinct with. 695. influence. persuasion. propel &c. dram. move. dispose. forasmuch as. prevail upon. persuasiveness. from this motive. gain over. court. exhortation. spur. enlist. softness. out of. firebrand. follow the bent. advise &c. seductive. clap on the shoulder. tempt. instance. inspire. (pleasing) 829. decoy. 285. sop. v. obey a call. goad. goad. lobbyism. bait with a silver hook. throw a sop to.. tantalization[obs3]. pat on the back. suborn. come round. predispose. fascination. enforce. persuasory[obs3]. make things pleasant. advocacy. golden apple. concede &c. stimulate &c. witchery. attract. bait. by reason of. conciliate. inspiration. go round. suasory[obs3]. stimulus. have influence upon. instigation. set the fashion. bribery and corruption. wheedle. captivate. whip. draw. suasory[obs3]. v. clap on the back. seduction. (exciting) 824. seducement. bewitchery. actuate. suasive. spell &c. charm. overcome. tempter. motive. entice. carry. from that motive. turn the head. 284. n. tempting. (push) 276. animate. impulsion. for that reason. infatuated. agent provocateur. persuasive. lure. procure. spur. hound . disposed. draw on. whet. impulse. come over. voice of the tempter. &c. hortatory.act upon. exercise influence with. trail of a red herring. call up. susceptibility. put a sop into the pan. persuasibleness[obs3]. impulsive. prevail with. exercise influence over.. (excite) 824. v. bribe. induced &c. lobby. magnetize. 993. provocative. from. coax. lobbyist. weigh with. rouse. talk over. count of. rowel. whip. hortative. grease the palm. (request) 765. lash. set an example. advice &c. follow advice. advocate. pull*. bewitch. attractiveness. prompt. incline. smitten with. work upon. urge. incitation. inoculate. attractive. prick. seducer. solicitation &c. incentive. charm. impel &c. for. Adj. Circe. drag &c. arouse. provocation &c. encourage. induce. (request) 765. fillip. (cause) 155. by. set on. honeyed words. engage. inviting. instigate. provocative &c. cajole &c.. provoke. instigator. press &c. allurement. keep in countenance. exhort. therefore &c. persuade. exercise influence upon. turn the scale. (consent) 762. seduce. encouragement.. bring in its train. decoy duck. foment. bring to one's senses. egg on. blandishment. carry away. to. Siren. song of the Sirens forbidden fruit. sway. pat on the shoulder. as. be persuaded &c. lead by the nose. incendiary. bewitchment. bait the hook. suasive. fascinate. for the sake of. operate upon. force. spellbound. protreptical|. seductor[obs3]. call upon &c. impressibility. bias. 300 . inspirit. bribe. tamper with. have influence over. dictate. V. yield to temptation.. prompting. attractability[obs3]. incite. overpersuade[obs3]. because. for this reason. win over. come round one.. influence. gild the pill. sop for Cerberus. persuasibility[obs3]. tantalize. put up to. draw over. lure.follow the dictates of.agacerie[obs3]. press. invite.. inveigle. suasion. fascinating &c. have influence with. prompter. persuadable &c. (deceive) 545. cajolery. act on principle. give an impulse &c. spirit up. 695. ankus[obs3]. bring round to one's senses. hurry on. Adv. (docile) 602. allure.

starting hole. #617. discourage. disenchantment. monitive|. special pleading &c. (flattery) 933[obs3]. apologetic. remonstrance. pretend &c. phony reason. V.. (restraint) 751[obs3]. (lie) 544. Adj. sour grapes. disenchant. shelter oneself under the plea of.disillusion. pretension. shake. reluctance &c. dishearten. dissuade. damper. advocation. (be unwilling) 603. dehort[obs3]. without rhyme or reason. cool. pretense &c. pretend. <-. plead. ostensibly &c. have no motive. aimless. 603. whimsical &c. dehortatory[obs3]. quiet. dissuading &c. ostensible motive. dissuasion. lame apology. tub to a whale. V. (sophistry) 477. "temptation hath a music for all ears" "to beguile many and be beguiled by one" [Willis][Othello]. repel. burst one's bubble. expostulate. capricious. turn aside &c. calm. monitory.p. disillusionment. ostensible reason. scruple &c. room locus standi[Lat]. contraindication. aimlessness. contraindicate. loop hole. Absence of Motive. soft sawder &c. alleged. (restrain) 751. lend a color to. deprecate &c. pretended &c. or reason assigned. stalking-horse. (manifest) 525. keep back &c. wet blanket. excuse &c. [Ostensible motive. uninduced &c. subterfuge. quench. (vindication) 937.. blunt. take one's stand upon. pop one's balloon. ostensible ground. Adj. lame excuse. (unwilling) 603. prick one's balloon. curb &c. (dislike) 867. 608. come off. absence of motive. (unwillingness) 603. v. 615). deprecation &c. allege. discouragement. repugnant &c. Dissuasion. dust thrown in the eyes. shift. pretense. 766. (hindrance) 706. excuse &c. false plea. (obstinate) 606. admonitory. pretext. out of mere caprice. way of escape. cohibition &c. throw cold water on. cry out against. disincline. repress. furnish a handle &c. shallow pretext. how to creep out of. fax mentis incendium gloriae[Lat]. make a handle of. on principle. white lie. dissuasive. ground.N. -. cheval de bataille[Fr]. (means of restraint) 752. stagger. dehortation[obs3]. dispirit. deflate. use as a plea &c. unpersuadable &c. V. blind. moonshine.. (vindicate) 937. (induce &c. (absence of design) 621. cue.N. mere pretext. repressed. wean from. (hinder) 706. 191 --> #616. averse &c. -. remonstrate.] Pretext. expostulation. v. check &c. (untruth) 546. chance &c. make capital out of . -. damp. act as a drag &c. #615a. gloss. . plea|. put off. dissuaded &c. hold back. (deviation) 279. handle.N. Adj. 301 .for all the world. n. Adv. peg to hang on.. allegation. deter. expostulatory[obs3]. (chance) 621. n. makeshift. 766. salvo. chill. render averse &c. indispose. Phr. cover. take down a peg. guise. disabuse (correction) 527a. color. warn. make a pretext of. 545. caprice &c.

piece of good fortune[Fr]. -. (gift) 784. in one's interest &c. Evil. under color. grievance. (misfortune) 735. V. look out. loss &c. 931. summum bonum[Lat]. useful &c. foul play. out of joint. not amis[Fr]. injury. waif. intentionality. Prospective Volition1 1. aright. be in trouble &c. service. blow. * demon &v[Evil spirit]. 302 . profit.Adv.. ill. wound. crying evil. wrong. Adj. spoliation &c. improvement &c. disadvantageous. (destruction) 162. remedy &c. bad turn. design. under the guise of. bad &c. Phr. 830. benefit. 658. mortal blow. animus. magnum bonum[Lat]. satisfactorily. disaster. nuts. gain. evil. "moving accidents by flood and field" [Othello]. -.. mishap &c. amis[Fr]. prize. intent. favorably.. good turn. bad job. piece of good luck[Fr]. ills that flesh is heir to. proposal. immedicabile vulnus[Lat]. 828. interest. bale. 663[Cause of evil]. 648. contemplation. accident. damage. study. (adversity) 735. adversity &c. mischief. ambition. buffet. Pandora's box. bane &c. wrong. painfulness &c. boon &c. -. purview. behoof. [Source of good] goodness &c. harm. disastrous. <-. devil to pay. behalf. project &c. in one's favor. common weal. under the plea. mental suffering &c. casualty. stroke. Intention. under the pretense of. 611. quo animo[Lat]. Objects of Volition % #618. mind. to one's cost Phr. "consummation devoutly to be wished". 648. mutilation. 192 --> % Section II. evil doer &c. pleasure giving &c. boot. ill turn. 913. 676. treasure-trove. good. awry. calamity. good &c. intention. 649. prejudice. 626. scratch. bruise. (prosperity) 734. 980. so far so good. % 3. badness &c. n. view. godsend. commendable &c. purpose. nuisance.N. to one's advantage &c. ostensibly. predetermination &c. Good. outrage. disadvantage. all for the best. 735.N. 644. n. hurt. tragedy. Adj.N. #619. 829. gash. drawback. world of good. disservice. blessing. ill. 644. undertaking &c. ruin &c. weal. 662. 649[Production of evil]. (deterioration) 659. beneficial &c. greatest good. harvest. utility &c. well. machinations of the devil. catastrophe.p. supreme good. Adv. windfall. wound. Conceptional Volition % #620. 827. Adv. main chance. happiness &c. advantage. good fortune &c. 791.

(with premeditation) 611. have an eye to. (plan) 626. set before oneself. think of. by design. wittingly. totalizator. determinate.]. object. propose to oneself. labor for. betting. in order to. raison d'etre[Fr]. mark. gamester. <-. pitch and toss. sortes[obs3]. on the tapis[obs3]. with the view of. speculation. intended &c. luck. desire &c. 622. on account of. mere shot. gambling. totalizer. blind bargain. tendency &c. point. fate &c. intentional. ante. bucket shop. with intent &c. rouge et noir[Fr].p. in petto. target. prey. [Absence of purpose in the succession of events] Chance. settled purpose. destinate[obs3]. endeavor after. 865. Adj. dice. betting house. good luck &c. wager. chuck. resolve. pursuant to. ultimatum. calculate.. with an eye to. advisedly. (earnest) 604. premeditate &c. decision.. (necessity) 601. hell. 604. pointedly. teleological Adv. in contemplation of. roulette. butt. dream of. at stake. sortition|. game of chance. bid for. aim at. for. n. drive at. intentionally &c. in cold blood. take upon oneself &c. wish &c. uncertainty. with a view. express. minded. goal. "the be all and the end all". motive &c. 611. pig in a poke &c. leap in the dark. aim. purpose. gaming house. point at. [Study of final causes] teleology. drift &c. be at. in view. farthing. take aim. pursue &c. 176. take into one's head. (meaning) 516. fixed set purpose. heads or tails cross and pile. sortes Virgilianae[obs3]. v. level at. to all intents and purposes. destine. drawing lots. arriere pensee[Fr]. (be willing) 602. gambling joint. bent upon &c. cup tossing. be after. bet. man of the turf. in order that. advised. contemplate of. 303 . cui bono[Lat]. destination. knowingly. determination. gambling house. 615. have inpetto. aspire after.. bull's-eye. uncertainty principle. intend. fluke. V. dice box. (undertake) 676. lot. limit. (uncertainty) 475. prepense &c. for the purpose of. quarry. have in view. 611[obs3].N. game. the turf. intending &c.. Phr. (good) cause. on purpose. flyer*. resolution &c. 193 --> #621. in pursuance of.S. studiously. stake. random shot. propose. chuck-a-luck. design. sortilegy[obs3]. poker-dice. adj. talk of. have in contemplation. 2 -. study to. 156. harbor a design. craps. faro bank. deliberately &c. faro. hazard. sublimi feriam sidera vertice [Lat][Horace]. potluck. 865. crack-loo [obs3][U. bound for. quintain[obs3][medeival]. meditate. [person who takes chances] gambler. quo animo[Lat]. v. in the breast of. mean. on the anvil. venture. compass. in prospect. "The road to hell is paved with good intentions" [Johnson]. Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. betting ring. project &c. end. have a mind to &c. have in one's eye. have to. with one's eyes open. aspire at. purposely. designedly. to the end that. mascot. chance &c. with the intent that.

run the risk. bet. 366. incur the chance. still-hunt. in full cry. risk. run full tilt at. follow. &c. (experiment) 463. chance &c. never thought of. venery. 470. leave to the chapter of accidents. pursuance. speculate. (inquiry) 461 in pursuit. game. buy a pig in a poke. try one's luck. ride one's hobby. random. possible &c. scramble. V. at haphazard. (haste) 684. press on &c. set on a cast. (do) 680. Webster]. start game. hunt after. unforeseeably. "the happy combination of fortuitous circumstances" [Scott]. leave to chance. hunter. business &c. adventure &c. hunt. "fearful concatenation of circumstances" [D. causeless. (intention) 620. pursuit. (search) 461. at random. unforeseeable. pursuing &c. shikari[Geogloc:India]. chase. chancy. be after. unpremeditated &c. aim at &c. pursuer. tread on the heels. snatch at run down. hue and cry. ante. (request) 765 seek &c. follow up. dicey. game. run after. carry on &c. undirected. prosecution. direct one's steps. randomly. take one's chance. unintentional. wager. casually &c. acierta errando[Lat]. 675. unforeseen. (violence) 173 ride full tilt at. take up. rush upon. jump at. v. purposeless. elbow one's way. rush headlong &c. 625. chance it. (hap) 156. fishing. unintentionally &c.adventurer. indiscriminate. course. gamble. fortuitously. play a game. prowl after.] Pursuit -. fortuitous &c. unintended. unpredictably. hound. sportsman. sport. shape one's steps. 156. without purpose. take a course. venation. Nimrod. battue[obs3]. play for. "God does not play dice with the universe" [A. incidentally. court &c. Adj. (undertake) 676. uncontemplated. put into a lottery. race. dicer|!. #622. (be possible) 470. pursue. endeavor &c. as it may happen. dextro tempore[Lat]. tempt fortune. enterprise &c. V. shikar[Geogloc:India]. make a bet. huntsman. dog. stand a chance &c. unpredictable. pursuing &c. by the way. hunting. encounter the chance. trust to the chapter of accidents. bend one's steps. aimless. toss up. risky. encounter the risk. tread a path. on the scent. make a leap at. lay. (trace) 461. (begin) 66. purposed. hawking. driftless[obs3]. unwittingly. hound &c. "the fortuitous or casual concourse of atoms" [Bentley]. (essay) 675. undesigned.. chase.N. make after. fish for &c. cast lots. (undertaking) 676. hobby. speculative. incur the risk. 156. (sequence) 281. shooting. adj. engage in &c. venture. at a venture. Adj. quest &c. (search) 461. give chase. raffle. le jeu est le fils d'avarice et le pere du desespoir[Fr]. Adv. fight one's way. coursing.. v. follow on the heels of. set about &c. run the chance. hold. lay a wager. "fortuitous combination of circumstances" [Dickens]. shadow. trust to chance..a course. sporting. course. Phr. accidental. by chance. Einstein]. in quest of &c. stake. [Purpose in action. take to. draw lots. fox chase. prosecute. stand the hazard of the die. in hot pursuit. shuffle the cards. not meant. hazard. (velocity) 274. steeple chase. angling. play at chuck farthing. 304 . go in for. en passant[Fr]. promiscuous. 612. hunt. designless[obs3]. follow the trail &c. take a shot at it (attempt) 675. run a race &c.

not do &c. 610. play truant. spare. v. 614. defection. evasion. avoid. (depart) 293. refraining &c. take to flight. v. keep out of the way. bid a long farewell.] Avoidance. fly away. nolle prosequi[Lat]. keep at a respectful distance. keep aloof keep off. (of property) 782. Relinquishment. retire &c. rejection &c. slip away. break away. recoil &c. flee away. truant. 756. forsake. seclusion &c. retreat &c.p.N. shun. after. relinquishment. make away from. turn one's back. (retirement) 757. "things unattempted yet in prose or rhyme" [Paradise Lost]. desert.. give one the go by. parry. give place to. make off. fight shy of. (resign) 757. maroon. take flight. keep from.. take to one's heels. go away &c. Int. quit. refugee. v. resignation &c. Int. flight. abandonment. shirker &c. abandon &c. shy of &c. renunciation &c. take French leave.[Absence of pursuit. discontinuance &c. wild. 277. show a light pair of heels. abstain. desert. skedaddle. shy. dodge. renounce &c (abjure) 607. tear oneself away. sneak away from. secession. avoiding &c. fugitive. shy. 293. slink away. run for one's life. be off like a shot. vacate &c. take no part in. beat a retreat. walk one's chalks. stand aloof. for bearance[obs3]. devil take the hindmost! Phr. disuse &c. keep clear of. flit. tallyho! yoicks! soho[obs3]! #623. scamper off. (intention) 620. evasive. withdraw from. evade. inaction &c. turn tail. hold back. <-. keep one's distance. hang back. shirk. Adj. 671. (recede) 287. draw back. lest. cave of Adullam[obs3]. (cessation) 142. fly. elope. 671. set one's face against &c. 277. let alone. eschew. elude. shrink back. part company. 624. sheer off. decamp. hold aloof. V. have no hand in.S. give up. maintain the even tenor of one's way.N. have nothing to do with. slope. scamper away from. leave in the lurch. secede from. 194 --> #624. have done with. abstinence. neutrality. avoidance. 305 . 287. refrain. sneak out of. play at hide and seek. steel away. depart from. deny oneself. neutral. escape &c. abstention. blink. lead one a pretty dance. V.]. go back on. runaway. runaway. hands off! sauve qui peut[Fr]! [French: every man for himself]. flee. abandon. make way for. steer clear of. stand off. shuffle away from. not attempt. absquatulate [obs3][U. turn one's heel. Adj. bolt. cut one's stick. (recantation) 607. in order to avoid. cession &c. in pursuance of &c. (unwilling) 603. turn away from. withdrawal. give leg bail. escape &c. lead one a dance. get out of the way. 893. abrogation &c. runagate.. -. drop. leave. runaway. take leave of. 610. shuffle off. abscond. departure &c. unsought. unattempted. fugitive. recoil &c. 681. desuetude &c. flinch. make oneself scarce. back out of. forbear! keep off. throw off the scent. sneak off. levant. desertion. run away from. cut and run. elusive. -. sheer away from. 681. slip cable. blench. forego. . (oppose) 708. avolation|. hold off. relinquish.Adv. elusion. reject &c.

stop &c. profession. professionally &c.678. betake oneself to. (stop) 142. official. Adv. spend one's time in. concern. employ. office. industrial arts. avast! &c. Adj. press of business &c. function. on foot. transact business &c. act. service &c.. par negotiis neque supra 306 . in one's hands. agendum. labor in one's vocation. quit one's hold. (servitude) 749. commission. relinquishing &c. place. employment. case. (cease) 142. living. capacity. Business. give over. hold an office.S. V. (actively employed) 682. place. career. carry on business. exercise. Phr. pass through one's hands. calling. mystery. businesslike. ply one's task. pursuit &c. do duty. matter. act one's part. chargeship[obs3]. be engaged in. serve the office of. berth. what one is about. serve. Adj. part. do a trade. play one's part. give up the argument. 926. busy &c. work &c. (do) 680. duty &c. what one is doing.].. have one's hands full &c. concern oneself with. ply one's trade. incumbency. situation. task. mission. leave off. all in one's day's work. entbehre gern was du nicht hast[Ger]. "a business with an income at its heels" [Cowper]. v. post. drive a trade. chargeship[obs3]. pass one's time in. in the course of business. transact a trade. attend to one's work. affair. 622. (activity) 682. n. be about. do business. incumbency. employ. berth. thing to do. matter in hand. lookout. cue. be employed in. attend to business. (servitude) 749. unpursued[obs3]. amoto quaeramus seria ludo [Lat][Horace]. errand. break off. be in the hands of. be doing. round. -. be occupied with. cloth. vocation. care. handicraft. Adj. afoot. workaday. sphere. (commerce) 794. walk of life. faculty. have in hand. functional. throw up the cards. employ one's time in. hold a portfolio. keep a shop. fill an office. acting. be at work on. charge. 782. field. discard &c. 676. beat. job. fill a situation. drop all idea of. desist. (activity) 682. business. move to the previous question. employ oneself upon. department. going on. orb. undertaking &c. fill a place. irons in the fire. discharge the office of. perform the office of. undertake &c. hold a place. office. race. service &c. turn one's hand to. Phr. on the anvil. hold one's hand. enter a profession. have to do with &c. bear the burden. hold a situation. carry on a trade. avocation. perform the duties of. make it one's business &c. undertaking &c. routine.. shut up shop. give up the point. role. perform the functions of. 676. situation. be on the stocks. have on one's hands. engagement. trade &c. v. industry. n. have one's hands in. have on one's shoulders. living. 676. officiate. on hand. occupy oneself with. be on the anvil. work. engagement. occupation. pass to the order of the day. art. walk. aufgeschoben ist nicht aufgehoben[Ger]. line. employ oneself in. chore [U. (action) 680. professional. Int.N. wash one's hands of. province. relinquished &c. #625. throw up the game. in hand. stay one's hand. pursue the even tenor of one's way. craft. post.

scheme. Method. tone. coup. gangway. under consideration. great gun. revise. 673. shape out a course.] -. <-. (arrangement) 60. ticket [U. scheme. -. planned &c. path. graphic. beat. bold stroke. V. preestablish. ford. good hit. modus operandi. rough cast. invention. spring a project. draught copy. pontoon. nostrum. germ &c. flow chart (representation) 554. intrigant &c. systematize. underplot[obs3]. order of the day. machination. bright thought. (imagine) 515. form. set one's wits to work &c. stratagem &c. bright idea. 515. tunnel. lay out.. tack. chalk out. S. organize. . (provision) 673. on the floor. coup d'etat[Fr]. carte du pays[Fr]. shift &c. court card. counter-mine. slate [U. footbridge. machinator. pass. stroke of policy. lay a train. steppingstone. (line of conduct) 692. pipelaying [U. strategical. schemist[obs3]. outline. project. dig a mine. concert. conspirator. cheval de bataille[Fr]. master stroke. system &c. intrigue. plot. alternative. plank. step.N. strategic. hatch a plot concoct. predetermine &c. v.]. Adj. fall upon. method. cabal. deep-laid plan &c. steps. card.p. frame. track. last shift &c. S. (order) 58. take steps. protocol. 611. project. devise. 673. line of road. (food) 298. staircase. (cause) 153. projector. proposition.N. stile. trick &c. invent &c. trump card. clever stroke. bill of fare &c. schemer. bill. contrivance. loophole. mark out a course. organization &c. hit upon. mature. motion. (cunning) 702[obs3]. draft. strategist.. cut out. prepared. device. Plan. hatch. skeleton. MO. platform. promoter. [Path.. ladder. plan. 260. cast. strike out. conspiracy. ferry. forecast. base of operations. design.[Lat][Tacitus]. sketch. artifice. line of way. in course of preparation &c. prepare &c. bridge. viaduct. contrive. rough draft. measure. flight of stairs. plan. list of agenda. procedure &c. arrange &c. guise. plank. good stroke. stair. route. take measures. prospectus. recast. forecast. perron[obs3]. 60. counterplot. proof. (cunning) 702. schematic. scheme. (necessity) 601. pipe &c. counter-plot. brouillon[Fr]. (cunning) 702. mode. planning &c. intrigue &c. role. copy. plot. good move. program(me). (premeditated) 611. on the carpet. digest.]. artist. preconcert. policy &c. on the tapis[obs3]. designer &c. gait. drawing. ebauche[Fr]. precaution &c. draught. way. (substitute) 147. design. resolution. lay down a plan. wise. manner. sketch. (line of conduct) 692.].. subplot. complot[obs3]. suggestion. v. proposal. #627. orbit. stroke. v. map out. trajectory. receipt. schematist|. 307 . expedient. chart. fashion. course. S. 195 --> #626. road. drawbridge. (deception) 545.

straight &c. back-door. 308 . means of access. compromise. freeway. want. winding &c. canal &c. (direct) 278. #629. beaten track. requisition &c.N. necessaries of life. aisle. not be able to do without. in a roundabout way. street &c. lead a pretty dance. (opening) 260. Adj. adv. Adv. meander &c. flags. command. sidewalk. in this way. beat about the bush. crossroad. circuitous. need. vennel[obs3]. railroad. byroad. (conduit) 350. passage. bridle road. juste milieu[Fr]. make two bites of a cherry. (direct) 278 straight course. Phr.p. go straight &c. make a detour. causeway. -. coach road. Mid-course. middle course. case of life or death. pathway. anyhow. zigzag &c. ambages[obs3]. cross cut. covert way. have occasion for. matter of necessity. stairway. Queen's highway. broad highway. need. require. by a side wind. half and half measures. byway. stress. private road. go halfway. straight path. preserve a middle course. circuit. King's highway. (abode) 189.door. indispensability. by an indirect course. (instrumentality) 631. #630. roadway. necessaries. channel. detour. Adj. requirement. highway. via. zigzag &c. make a compromise. <-. preserve an even course. neutrality. (deviation) 279. gateway &c. artery. adit[obs3]. Phr. charge. V. (deviating) 279. by what mode. midcourse. lane. one way or another. on the high road to. go round about. injunction. medium tenuere beati[Lat]. beaten path. highways and byways. (deficiency) 640. back-stairs.N. (request) 765. how. call for. (mid-course) 628. (exaction) 741. corridor. (desire) 865. exigency. (circuition) 311[obs3]. order. V. speedway. trottoir[obs3]. (deviate) 279. roundabout way. Circuit. not be able to dispense with. horse road. great circle sailing. aurea mediocritas[Lat]. bridle track. digression. towpath. royal road. from pillar to post. compromise. demand. 29 middle &c. lobby. tram road. desideratum &c. roundabout. urgency. turnpike . short cut. necessity. carrefour[obs3].pinch. walk. perform a circuit. Requirement. pavement. -. claim. avenue. <gr/ariston metron/gr>[obs3][Grk]. -. occupation road. backhanded. after this fashion. essentiality. secret passage. (direct) 278. 270[Lat]. footpath. thoroughfare. so. go out of one's way. mezzo termine[It]. cut. case of need. prerequire[obs3]. approach. want &c. in transitu &c. in what way. wants. somehow or other &c. bridle path. sine qua non. express. half measure. bypath. 196 --> #628.N. necessities. straight &c. by way of. golden mean. circumbendibus. short cut &c. keep in a middle course. railway. indirect. mean &c. precept. mandate. 68. loop. in what manner. hae tibi erunt artes[Lat]. tramway. run upon. V. needfulness. alley.

necessity for. instrument &c. with the aid of &c. by virtue of. put in requisition. by the aid of. tend. Adj. opener &c. Adv. 636. obstetrician. instrumentality. hereby. on the shoulders of.N. Adj. n. Means. gobetween. in want of. minister. be instrumental &c. 170. whereby. vehicle. with the aid of. expedients &c. make a requisition &c.. intermediate. therewith. call for. instant. by what means. -. ways and means. desiderate[obs3]. wherewith. required &c.render necessary. (safety) 666. 170. (machinery) 633. nec tecum possum trivere nec sine te [Lat][Martial]. (assistance) 707. 632. 260. Adv. master key. capital &c. through the medium of &c. revenue. somehow. absorbing. midwife. n. in demand. through. minister. find means. herewith. mendacem memorem esse oportet [Lat][Quintilian]. intervening. Adj. cards to play. by dint of. wherewithal. Subservience to Ends 1. <-. Actual Subservience #631. by some means. with. subservience. 707. necessary. aid &c. 631. possess means &c. called for. in virtue of. Adj. -. intermedium[obs3]. Adv. 637. stock in trade &c. subserviency. (ask for) 765. stand in need of. Phr. crying. 633. v. ex necessitate rei &c. key. by the aid of &c. urgent. desire &c. by the agency of &c. password. medium. 2. by all means.N. wherewithal. (in what manner) 627. indispensable. mechanical &c. somehow or other. 631. 640.. in request. (plan) 626. thereby. V. resources. means &c. safe-conduct. imperative. means and appliances. subservient. pander to. provision &c. agency &c. it cannot be spared. 707. (assistance) 707.. of necessity. (measures) 626. means. mediatorial[obs3]. (by the instrumentality of) 631. intervene. conveniences. by the agency of &c. by hook or by crook. how &c. stepping-stone. have means. Instrumentality. passkey. ministerial. latchkey. 197 --> per fas et nefas[Lat]. hand. 170 309 . adj. accoucheuse[Fr]. it cannot be dispensed with. pressing. 632.p. passe-partout. necessitate. (demand) 741. 633. two strings to one's bow. officiate. expedient &c. by fair means or foul. instrumental &c. 640. prerequisite. handmaid. instrumental. conducive. by any means. accoucheur[Fr]. exigent. along with. necessitas non habet legem[Lat]. essential. there is no time to lose. medium &c. intervention. #632. by means of. mediate. cat's-paw. 865. V. subserve. 644. per. destitute of &c. be necessary &c. create a. by. " open sesame ". useful &c. needful. sheet anchor &c. by means of &c. lack &c. passport. mediation. requisite. a shot in the locker. aid &c. (necessarily) 601[Lat]. (money) 800. through &c. appliances &c.

milch cow. tenpenny[obs3]. storecloset[obs3]. appliances. heft. heald[obs3]. entrepot[Fr]. supply. armory. &c.N. badli[obs3]. museum. fund. (unprepared) 674. (collection) 72. accouterments. menagerie. n. hoard. air engine.. tiller. edge tool &c. bonne bouche[Fr]. equipmentage[obs3]. repository. composition. jenny. oar &c. wheel &c. handle. harvest. accumulation. wing. 759. (lift) 307. heap &c. munition. spoon &c. stock. mechanical advantage.N. mine. reenforcement[obs3]. lode. wheels within wheels. upholstery. wheelwork. wellspring. screw. snowplow. votograph[obs3]. teeth. Substitute. recapper[obs3]. engine. Instrument. pulley. (navigation) 267. instrumental &c. crow. jemmy[obs3]. wedge. puncheon. helm. chattels. store. Store. tank. implement. material. reinforcement. (provision) 637. -. conservatory. relay. shaft. cache. parbuckle[obs3]. 198 --> reservoir. mechanism. screwdriver. stack. mow. pond. turnscrew. capstan &c. spring. crowbar. heat engine. barde[obs3]. reinforced concrete. warehouse. larder. storeroom. nail. vintage. <-. -. vice. materiel. Materials. ore. borer &c. tool. winch. caloric engine. concrete. support &c. (arms) 727. garner. water wheel. glut.p. key. clockwork. promptuary[obs3]. gavelock[obs3]. treadle. plant. repertory. 384. engineering. machine.#633. crank. 727. crop. (impulse) 276. gear. utensil. compo. appointments. grist. 262. leverage. mainspring. (rotation) 312. dock. brachial[Med]. trappings. wooden &c. fount. (vehicle) 272. ammunition &c. cistern. magazine. sprag[obs3]. relay &c. raw material. staple. safe-deposit vault. repertorium[obs3]. 631. paddle. fittings. peg &c. thesaurus. chinking. stock. wood. metal. adobe. adobe. baggage &c. lathe. cement. rig. storehouse. handspike[obs3]. mill pond. daubing. fuel. means &c. trigger. #635. (belongings) 780. machinery. (personal property) 780. (join) 45. deputy &c. knocker. (treasury) 802. pedal. menagery[obs3]. stillroom[obs3]. granary. vein. mechanical. organ. arsenal. mill. 632. equipment. arm. rick. raw &c. #634. well. materials. gin. shingle. depot. quarry. arms &c. machinal[obs3]. hammer &c. harness. limb. apparatus.N. lever. reservatory[obs3]. Adj. cardiograph. can hook. stuff. substitute &c. 310 . -.N. heddle[obs3]. reserved fund. rope &c. Adj. cannery. fountain. hilt. supplies. corps de reserve. aljibar[obs3]. brick crockery &c. (cut) 253. spence[obs3]. furniture. lumber. 215. cam. cambric. paraphernalia &c. shank. inclined plane. haft. cashmere. #636. brown stone. pinion. -. timber. nest egg. tackle. spring. 147. jimmy. clapboard. buttery. rigging. stock in trade. stone. contingents. wheel and axle. blade. instrument. bank &c. reserve. (hold) 781. bricks and mortar. gallery. treasure. tackling. depository. shake. clay. oar. savings. (hang) 214. household stuff pabulum &c. mechanical powers. (food) 298. calico.

Provision.]. (run out) 295. exhaustion. waste. commissariat. -.. leakage &c. commissary. waste. purveyor. keep. 818. pelican. restaurateur. feeder. leak &c. forage. groceries. grocer. spend. " waste its sweetness on the desert air " [Gray]. grocery shop [U. exhaust. at a low ebb. expenditure. prodigality &c. amass. wasted &c. Phr. 679. (receptacle) 191. cater. . stock. put by. ebb. have to fall back upon. subvention &c. spill. caterer. consumption. melt away. disperse &c. reinforcement. employ a steam engine to crack a nut. storing &c. provender &c. reserve.. Waste. grist. bandolier. impoverish. dry up. fool away. feed. grocery store. -. v. Adj. cut blocks with a razor. cast away. save. lay in &c. store treasure. heap. find. (aid) 707. v. withal. replenish. squander &c.. pour water into a sieve. resources &c. conservation. spare. keep. in store. (food) 298. lay up. empty.. fritter away. fill up. fill. keep on hand. (merchant) 797[obs3]. grist for the mill. garner up. beat up for. ensilage. burn the candle at both ends. have in store. victual. (useless) 645. deposit. furnish. 73. store &c. (exudation) 295. manciple[obs3]. storage. v. providing &c. make due provision for. lay in a store. break a butterfly on a wheel. provide against a rainy day &c. lay by. cast pearls before swine. penny wise and pound foolish. preserve &c. (useless) 645. stored &c.. keep on foot. garner. lay in a stock. victualer. husband one's resources. husband. misuse &c. #639. expend. file [papers]. stock with. jackal. provision. adde parvum parvo magnus acervus erit[Lat]. drain. provide. #638. V. fling away. (provide) 637. wear and tear. sutler &c. harvest. supernumerary. 73. consume. lay in. fund. coffer &c. portfolio. (means) 632. loss &c. keep by one. hold back. swallow up. Adj. have in reserve. v. " idly busy rolls their world away " [Goldsmith]. set by. sufficiency. viaticum. V. run dry. in ordinary.N. quiver. heap up. purveyance. stack. 72. reenforcement[obs3]. make good. adequacy. wasteful &c. in reserve. 636. muddle away. cache. supply. 818. throw away. mountain in labor. put up. lay apart. save up. v. load. store. labor in vain &c. purvey. #637.gasometer[obs3]. set apart. V. quartermaster. 311 . provision. supply. rubbish &c. hoard. collect &c.. bank. suppeditate|. 776. lay in store &c. hoard treasure. use. (economy) 817. comprador[Sp].N. make provision. accumulate. run to waste. stow. Sufficiency. S. le jeu ne vaut pas la chandelle[Fr]. batman. (prodigal) 818. ebb. wasting &c. find one in. grocery. Phr. -.N. arm. enough. cast one's bread upon the waters. keep back. waste powder and shot. budget. magno conatu magnas nugas[Lat]. 670. dispersion &c. stow away. Adj. recruit.

just do. put on short allowance. scarcity. insufficiency. Phr. stream. n. be sufficient &c. half rations. 304. one's fill. fullness &c. measured. famine." luxuriance &c. flood &c.. " good measure pressed down and running. incompetent &c. affluence &c. plenteous. sufficiently. competent. without stint. fat of the land. 651. Adj. repletion &c. (nonpayment) 808. (poor) 804. Insufficiency. 641. -. adv. replete. abundant. abundance. (fertile) 168. enough. Adj. pour in. incompetence &c. Adj. horn of plenty. (wealthy) 803. unexhausted[obs3]. wantless[obs3]. low water. liberal. drink one's fill. inanition. starvation. 804.. satiety &c. perfunctory &c. moderate &c. quantum sufficit[Lat]. Adj. unmeasured. abounding &c. drain of resources. Adj. unwasted[obs3]. paucity.S. plenty as blackberries. eat. (begrudge) 819. commensurate. want. 639. (fertility) 168. deficiency &c. lack. (impotence) 158. Adj. "a land flowing with milk and honey". copious. be in want &c. satisfactory. replenish &c . unequal to. (incompleteness) 53. suffice. teem.. poorness &c. roll in. tide &c. mine &c. (impotent) 158. (pregnant) 161. unsparing. #640. inadequate. full.. Adj. want. " weighed in the balance and found wanting ". inadequateness. amply &c. vacancy. amplitude. outpouring. dearth. caret. indigence &c. unstinted. pass muster. (waste) 638. swarm. plenty. stint &c. to one's heart's content. need. rich. Q. competence. rain.. do. (river) 348. scantiness &c.(fill) 52. pittance. choke-full. v. imperfection &c. do insufficiently &c. in abundance &c. emptiness. (incomplete) 312 ... shortcoming &c. too little &c. wallow in &c. (temperate) 953. V. bristle with. not enough &c. abound. impoverish &c. Adj. over. swim in. drought. sufficient. (completeness) 52. horn of Amalthaea. deficient &c. fill. (great quantity) 31. well-stocked. lavish &c. none to spare. up to the mark. 304 run dry. insufficient. lots. (stock) 636. ebb tide. (complete) 52. (redundancy) 641. live from hand to mouth. chock-full. (smallness) 32. 869. exhaustless. (average) 29. dole. bare subsistence. inadequacy. render insufficient &c. ad libitum. flush. enough and to spare. plentiful. affluent &c. (superabundance) 641 .. adequate. need. V. stintless[obs3]. n. shower down. unstinting. copiousness &c. das Beste ist gut genug[Ger]. full. flow. have enough &c. wanton. without stint. valid. cornucopia.. galore. (wealth) 803. poverty. scotch the snake. not suffice &c. 32. lack. no less. plenitude. tangible. exigency. banyan day. flaccidity. big with &c. be insufficient &c. have one's fill. short commons. well-provided. with no sparing hand.N. " cut and come again " [Crabbe]. satisfy.&c. come short of &c. exuberate. mediocrity &c. " a beggarly account of empty boxes " [Romeo and Jul. render sufficient &c. (neglect) 460. wholesale. ample.. profusion.. luxuriant &c. pour. 639.]. plenty. require. short allowance. full measure. Adv. stint. depletion.satisfaction. Adj. mite. insolvency &c. superabound. inexhaustible.

meager. (water) 348. thin. (waste) 638. epact[obs3]. work of supererogation. overmeasure[obs3]. 313 . scant &c. sickener[obs3]. overplus[obs3]. know no bounds. in default of. (expansion) 194[obs3]. starving. scurvy. unsupplied[obs3]. Phr. drug. scarce. overload. scrimp. in want &c. overwhelm. expletive. luxury. spare. bonanza. suffocate. v.. load. &c. unreplenished. (poor) 804. in debt &c. for want of. famine-stricken. carry coals to Newcastle. overdo.p. accumulation &c. flood. heap &c. surplusage[obs3]. 199 --> #641. destitute of. inundate. brim over. flow over. load. lion's share. excess. failing. out of. overshoot the mark &c. bristle with. crawl with. supersaturate. run riot. hepatize[obs3]. remainder &c. ill-off. without resources &c. " gild refined gold". whelm. profuseness. margin. slack. 651. too many irons in the fire. poor. embarras de richesses[Fr]. glut. sparing. jejune. 639. more than enough &c.53. surfeit. unfurnished. empty-handed. short of.N. well over. repletion. superfluity. Adj. lay on thick. lavish &c. dry. not to be had for love or money. accloy[obs3]. at a low ebb. glut. ill-provided. unstored[obs3]. gorge. superfluence|. halfstarved. superabundance. Redundancy. exuberance. overdose. empty. too much. teach one's grandmother to suck eggs. drug in the market. <-. turgescence &c. exorbitance. unprovided. lavishment[obs3]. enough in all conscience. surcharge. wanting. too many. bonus.kill the slain. (prodigality) 818. 954. famished. overflow. at the end of one's tether. ill-furnished. (diffuseness) 573. duplicate. extravagance &c. -. creep with. avalanche. transcendency. imperfect &c. 632. impregnate with. not to be had at any price. unfed[obs3]. drug the market. V. (store) 636. illstored. superabound. not to be had. oversupply. crowd. drug. satis superque[Lat]. overflow. bare. overburden. redundance[obs3]. swarm. overfeed. surplus. 40. saturation.. untreasured[obs3]. 819. overstock. 72. (go beyond) 303. "gild the lily". butter one's bread on both sides. cloy. overdose. overabound[obs3]. overcharge. semper avarus eget [Lat][Horace]. overrun. stingy &c. intemperance &c. (plenty) 639. pleonasm &c. congestion. stinted. carry owls to Athens[obs3]. Adv. <-. insufficiently &c. 806. burden. deluge. profusion &c. starved. overlay. 200 --> choke. vacant. inundation &c. 789. meet one at every turn. devoid of . put butter upon bacon. (squander) 818. denuded of. bereft of &c.p.. drench. drained. plethora. run over. pisces natare docere[Lat]. pile up. engorgement. nimiety[obs3]. send coals to Newcastle. (small) 32. employ a steam engine to crack a nut &c. redundancy.

too. weight &c. drenched. import. out of measure. gravamen. dropsical. make a piece of work about[Fr]. overmuch. important part. overweening. material. plethoric. v. (repute) 873. top sawyer. 818. 31. hang heavy on hand. underline. notability &c. great doings. (influence) 175. too many.. be important &c. overmuch. #642. substance. no laughing matter. interest. sum and substance. 644. -. seriousness. set store upon. gorged. prominent part. mark with a white stone. not to be sneezed at. to the point. uncalled for. kernel. solemnity. cardinal point. be somebody. matter. important.make much of. gist &c. extra. (reserve) 636. be worthy of consideration. head and front. significance. lead the way. supervacaneous|. fortuna multis dat nimium nulli satis [Lat]. Phr. (device) 626.cream. print in italics. take the lead. memorabilia. superfluous. make a fuss about. essential part. extravagant. . make a stir about. concern. wallow in roll in &c. triton among the minnows. (plenty) 639 remain on one's hands. set store by. care for. in excess. trump card &c. too much. de trop[Fr]. nucleus. supererogatory. main chance. exorbitant. beyond measure. matter of life and death. over. notabilia[obs3]. no joke. unnecessary. be something. heart. exuberant. mark &c. too much. 194. un peu fort[Fr].. . "the be all and the end all " [Macbeth]. superabundant. keynote. make a fuss over. sine qua non.print in large letters. (transcursion) 303. deserve notice. (additional) 37. over and above &c. be worthy of notice. turgid. be worthy of regard. up to one's eyes. adscititious &c. put in large type. make much ado of. expletive.. adj. materialness. duplicate. carry weight &c. greatness &c. pressure. 33. consequence. (essence) 5. prodigal &c. make a figure &c. half the battle. 549. importance. lie at the root of. it never rains but it pours. ready to burst. emphasize. accentuate. acervatim [Lat]. crammed to overflowing. put in letters. principal part. replete. great thing. (life) 359. superiority &c. overcharged &c. running down. (influence) 175. value. to spare. throw all else into the shade. salt. salient points. make much ado about. urgency. chief. supernumerary &c. over head and ears. put in italics. print in capitals. lay stress on. prima donna[Sp]. over and above. breath of one's nostrils &c. merit notice. filled to overflowing. running over. consideration. needless. go a begging. too far. of gold. obese &c. spare. great point. on one's hands. " it" [U. give importance to &c. boot. of importance &c. up to one's ears. Adv. prominence. first fiddle. keystone. inordinate. profuse. mark. red-letter day. with . to spare. Adj. beyond the mark &c. signify. value &c. attach importance to. usefulness &c. lavish. come to the front. 314 . supersaturated. n. not to be overlooked. moment. play first fiddle.. stress. V. core. redundant. (goodness) 648. 550. momentous. corner stone. be in the ascendant. n. without measure. be an object. (repute) 873. emphasis. Adj. write in italics. gravity.]. Importance. not to be despised. overflowing.N.S. excessive.exaggerate &c. ascribe importance to. import. (remainder) 40. running to waste.

kinderspiel. fiddlestick[obs3]. telling. peppercorn. red cent [U. farthing. earnest. cardinal. adj. halfpenny. jot. <-. nonentity. immateriality. (unmeaning) 517. (great) 31. all-absorbing.egregious. signify nothing. grand. much ado about nothing &c. impressive. (dirt) 653. (overestimation) 482. matter little. dust in the balance. feather. in the main. 137. urgent. frippery. insignificance.. small fry. Adj. nine days' wonder. fatras[obs3]. cipher. expende Hannibalem![Lat] [Juvenal]. 866.]. marked &c. overruling. unimportance. trumpery. fig. foremost. principal. trifle. nothing. 642. pin. triviality. catch at straws &c. not matter &c.. remarkable. mere nothing. S. critical. stirring. vital. fudge &c. prominent. instant. (underestimate) 483. noble. trinket. gimcrack. n. pack of nonsense. imposing. Rickshaw. refuse &c. to crown all. no great matter. cent. nothing worth speaking of. worthy of remark. mere joke. 315 . radical. whim-wham. nothing to speak of. frivolity.N. paltriness &c. (overestimate) 482. feather in the scale. flea-bite. be unimportant &c. <gr/kat' exochin/gr>. considerable &c. of note &c. trifling matter &c. straw. plaything. Unimportance. -. snap of the fingers. significant. froth bubble smoke. Adj. of vital &c. go for nothing. first-rate... stuff. drug. button. picayune. 201 --> minutiae. salient. #643. to beat all. prime. " trifles light as air ". nothing particular. chaff. no object. nothingness. trenchant. bulrush. " leather or prunello ". doit[obs3]. rush. ridiculus mus[Lat]. brass farthing. weighty &c.. cobweb. superior &c. (uselessness) 645. trash. chief. paramount. (influential) 175. matter of indifference &c. make light of &c. serious. mere farce. pinch of snuff.]. nothing to boast of. pressing. old son. eventful. flash in the pan &c. bauble. knickknack. importance. V. peu de chose[Fr]. scum &c. leading.p. rubbish. materially &c. levity. 33. weed. essential. not matter a straw &c.. fiddlestick end[obs3]. popgun. child's play. scarcely anything. never to be forgotten. (repute) 873. paper pellet. grave. nothing to signify. gewgaw. Adj. Phr. commanding. 32. rare &c. pistareen[obs3]. signal. worthy of notice. v. vanity &c. par excellence. rap. small matter. tanti[Lat]. Adv. main. in the front rank. capital. unforgettable. poverty. matter nothing. above all. details. mill.. drop in the ocean. molehill. jest. solemn. minor details. emphatic. small beer. (inutility) 645. hardly anything. no great shakes. yankee notions [U. smallness &c. (impotence) 158. pregnant. bagatelle. toy. matter little or nothing. memorable. notable. joke. primary.S.

worth &c. mediocre &c. (produce) 161. finikin[obs3]. ridiculous. finical. gimcrack. so-so. (foolish) 499. beneath consideration. de lana caprina[It][obs3]. nonessential. inconsiderable. commonplace. help &c. uneventful. it matters not. efficiency. (action) 680. find one's account in. fair. scrubby. be useful &c. unworthy of consideration. pitiful. vile. adj. idle. inane. pretty well. light. it does not signify. subservience &c. common weal. reap the benefit of 316 . unworthy of notice. -. adequacy.N. scrannel[obs3]. (philanthropy) 910. (intention) 620[Lat]. avail. benefit &c. bear fruit &c. weak &c. utility. (instrumentality) 631. sorry. puerile &c. what matter. shabby. (aid) 707. (habitual) 613. public interest. fribble[obs3]. help &c. no matter! pish! tush! tut! pshaw! pugh! pooh. adj.pooh-pooh! fudge! bosh! humbug! fiddlestick[obs3]. (useless) 645. subordinate &c.]. 202 --> #644. function &c.. render good service. subserve &c. rather. tempete dans un verre d'eau[Fr]. bestead[obs3]. petty. peddling. common. 160. applicability &c. mean. magno conatu magnas nugas[Lat]. money's worth. not worth mentioning. niggling. powerless &c. milk and water. not worth a thought. 642. beneath regard. shallow. utilitarianism &c. putid[obs3]. passable. of little importance. answer . avail. trashy. remunerate. beggarly. not worth the pains.. fiddle-faddle. adj. 158. somewhat. V. finglefangle[obs3]. vain &c.. stuff! nonsense! Phr. not worth while. (do good) 648. profit. Utility. render yeoman's service. perform a function. of small account. (business) 625. (inferior) 34. answer a purpose. what of that. discharge a function &c. insignificant. contemptible &c. <-. (contempt) 930. what of it. elephantus non capit murem[Lat]. Adv. twopennyhalfpenny. frivolous. stead. a fig for' stuff and nonsense. flimsy. of no importance &c. respectable.Adj. serve one's turn. S. slightly &c. trivial. paltry. unessential. adj. (goodness) 648. airy. fiddlestick end[obs3]! fiddlededee! never mind! n'importe[Fr]! what signifies it. le jeu ne vaut pas la chandelle[Fr]. 168. inappreciable. one-horse [U. indifferent. act a part &c. cheap. wretched. serve. what's the odds.p. meager. niggardly.. productiveness &c. render a service. value. slight. piddling. (average) 29. Int. slender. (tend) 176.1 beneath notice. ordinary &c. unimportant. (be instrumental to) 631. usefulness &c. 707. service. cui bono &c. stand one in good stead be the making of. not worth speaking of. mere. commonwealth public good. it is of no consequence. poor. what boots it. of little account. serve a purpose.. for aught one cares. immaterial. catchpenny. of no account. conduce &c. farcical. not worth a straw &c. scurvy. (use) 677 step in the right direction. efficacy. miserable. tolerable.. namby-pamby. use. find one's advantage in. bring grist to the mill. it is of no importance. worthless. n. frothy. tolerably. utilization &c. trifling. weedy. not worth a curse. unworthy of regard. trumpery. wishy-washy.

Adj.. labor in vain. unskillfulness &c. weeds. subservient &c. tautology &c. inservient|. deads[obs3]. sweepings. adj. adaptable. available. litter. 732. debris. (waste) 638. trash. dead letter. unsubservient. (incompetence) 158. (insufficiency) 640. useless. render useless &c. 699. (productive) 168.&c. inefficient &c. waste paper. expedient &c. (unimportance) 643.. inutility. be useless &c. labor lost. detritus. orts[obs3].. gainful. rubbish heap. dregs &c. lumber. lost labor. abortive &c. (impotent) 158. (wasted) 638. lame &c. (too late) 135. priceless. (helping) 707. inefficiency. dismount.. hold a farthing candle to the sun. subsidiary &c. lash the waves. (redundant) 641. fail &c. se battre contre des moulins[Fr]. (unskillful) 699. thrown away &c. of use &c. useful. offscourings[obs3]. nugacity[obs3]. handy. 646. battre l'eau avec un baton[Fr]. vanity. (beneficial) 648. commodious. inoperative &c. proficuous|. triviality &c. caput mortuum[Lat][obs3]. profitable. <-. dismantle. carry coals to Newcastle &c. adj. refuse. effective. valuable. Adv. rubble. go a begging &c. worthlessness. preach to the winds. superfluous &c. inadequate &c. futility. fruges consumere natus &c. shoddy.(unproductiveness). inept. inanity. efficient.. bay the moon. effectual. tares. 203 --> #645. labor of Sisyphus. vanitas vanitatum[Lat]. sleeveless errand. wash a blackamoor white &c. wild goose chase. usefully &c. (dirt) 653. (redundant) 641. at hand. speak to the winds. (injure) 659. kick against the pricks. efficacious. rags. blunt tool. rudera[obs3]. leavings. 158.&c. (use) 644. unsubservience[obs3]. inutile. lost trouble. drop a bucket into an empty well. ineffectual &c. n. lock the stable door when the steed is stolen.. fish in the air. Adj. serviceable. disservice. Inutility.p. beat the air. dust hole. (redundancy) 641. advantageous &c. dismast. of no avail &c. disqualify. unavailing. roll the stone of Sisyphus. remunerative. broken meat. good for. rubbish. lock the barn door after the horse is stolen &c. worth one's salt. prolific &c. unsalable. " stale. button top. disable. labor in vain. junk.N. cast-off clothes. scourings. cast pearls before swine &c. 317 . (insufficient) 640. (tending) 176. inefficacious. unfruitfulness &c. V. (repetition) 104. Adj. pro bono publico[Lat]. cripple. odds and ends. clip the wings. donner un coup d'epee dans l'eau[Fr]. 169. sow the sand. spike guns. (immature) 674. futile. -. unrig. incompetent &c. not worth a straw &c. conducive &c. (be better for) 658. supererogation &c. uselessness &c. dispensable. (instrumental) 631. flat and unprofitable". inefficacy[obs3]. inadequacy &c. of all work. (drone) 683[Lat][Horace]. tangible. render useful &c. waste. put out of gear. ineptitude. worthless. whistle jigs to a milestone. inaptitude. (use) 677. (redundancy) 641. use vain efforts. bootless. adequate. mere farce. valueless. seek after impossibilities. (failure) 732. ready. work of Penelope. strive after impossibilities. adj. (impossible) 471. applicable. stubble. milk the ram.

pay too dear for one's whistle. inutility &c. due. undesirability &c. objectionable. ill-contrived. undesirable. [Capability of producing good. suitable &c. actum ne agas[Lat][obs3]. unnecessary. unmanageable &c. expedient. inexpedience. V.. high time &c. inadmissible. 650.. ineligible. inconvenient. price. fit. conform &c. unserviceable. hulky[obs3]. excellence. propriety. disadvantageous. 82. inexpediency. (in the way) 706[obs3]. lumbering. meet. supereminence. (useless) 645. it will never do. perfection &c. Adj. advantage. flower. disadvantage. what's the good! Phr. inexpedient. (accordant) 23. superiority &c. merit. prime. expediency. Good qualities. inopportune &c.. cumbersome. in loco. (disagree) 24. Adj. unseemly. inappropriate. out of place. profitless. inane. Phr. acceptable. be inexpedient &c. embarrass &c. (useful) 644. adj. discommodious[obs3]. good for nothing. in the right place. #646. cui bono?[Lat]. Int. masterpiece. past work &c. adj. come amiss &c. not worth powder and shot. fitting. (occasion) 134.] Goodness. be expedient &c. befit the season. applicable &c. (in season) 134. suit &c. desirable. unfit &c. conveniently &c.N. (hinder) 706. discommodity[obs3]. (impracticable) 704. inapt. ill-spent. opportune &c. super-excellence. leading to no end. inadvisable. utility &c. (old) 124. coup de maitre[Fr]. -. to little purpose. unprofitable. unneeded. hors de combat[Fr]... operae pretium est[Lat]. chercher une aiguille dans une botte de foin[obs3][Fr]. goodness &c. to little or no purpose. [Specific subservience. worth. unsubservient &c. vain. 33. chef d'ouvre[Fr]. to no purpose. -. ill-advised. adj. suit the occasion. uselessly &c. unproductive &c. convenient. worth while. unwieldy. Adj. becoming. obsolete &c. value. 645. fitness &c. #647.N. (agree) 23. seemly. clumsy.(trifling) 643 dear at any price. Phr. empty. incommodious.] Expedience. desirableness. cumbrous. (redundant) 641. unprofitable &c. befitting &c. fit for the dust hole. undesirableness. Adv. #648. of no earthly use. befit the time. fruitless. 318 . expedience. in the wrong place. awkward. adj. (agreement) 23. Adj. v. (inconsonant) 24. unsatisfactory. impedient &c. eligible.. suit the time. virtue &c. V. (disagreement) 24. advisable. unadvisable. desirability &c. Adj. proper. improper. gainless[obs3]. 944. unnecessary &c. (impaired) 659. (unseasonable) 135. Inexpedience.N. suit the season. uncalled for. impropriety. unfitness &c.. not worth having. tanto buon che val niente[It]. befit the occasion. put to inconvenience. 169. opportunism. effete. 644. befit.. -. Adv.

33. profit &c. Adj. best. (perfect) 650. good man &c.. (not very good) 651. emulate. giltedged. prodigy. favorable. benefit. pleasing &c. nice. priceless. plague spot &c. above par. superlatively &c. inestimable. good. (useful) 644. 33. -. prime. sound &c. make a man of. pass an examination. superexcellent[obs3]. one in a thousand. elect. select. hoodoo. tidy. unobnoxious[obs3]. thorn in the side. [Capability of producing evil. crack. excel. adj. produce good. pearl. brilliant. rival. ill wind. (dear) 814. stand the test. good. Adj[obs3]. first-rate. flower of the flock. very best. annoyance. be good &c. improve &c. recherche. unexceptionable. ill-treatment. 679. oppression. innocuous. A1. do a world of good. "the luxury of doing good " [Goldsmith]. 618. 663. molestation. crackajack*[obs3]. evil doer &c. good thing. cock of the roost. 829. bane &c. of the first water. choice. ruby. " Jewels five words long " [Tennyson]. gem. superfine. tolerable &c. rara avis[Lat]. standard &c. pick. up to the mark. better. persecution. (insalubrity) 657. do good &c. (damage) 659. tender mercies [ironically]. produce a good effect. treasure. misusage &c.] Badness. champion. Adv. salutary &c. profitable.]. fine. inoffensive. adj. of value. (hope-giving) 858. Adj. admirable. 204 --> #649. satisfactory. bear away the bell. hurtfulness &c. serviceable &c. picked. fair. skeleton in the closet. cardinal. V. invaluable. do no harm. bully* . edifying. gem of the first water. precious.. well &c. evil star. snake in the grass. innocent. hurtless[obs3]. valuable. advantageous. costly &c. priceless. excellent. S. tidbit. be the making of. estimable. nonesuch. bijou. confer an obligation. " long may such goodness live! " [Rogers]. abuse. first-class. of great price. elite.. precious stone. malignity. Bad qualities. <-. unparagoned[obs3]. 319 . 618. (be of use) 644. knockout drops [U. break no bones. good as gold. 913. Phr. (approve) 931.cream. couleur de rose[Fr]. beneficial. genuine &c. confer a benefit &c.. transcend &c. (supreme) 33. exquisite. virulence. harmless. precious as the apple of the eye. worth a Jew's eye. 618. 658. beneficence &c. vie. diamond. injury &c. unobjectionable. beneficially &c. do a good turn. capital. (be superior) 33. (perfect) 650. malevolence &c.p. 948. jewel. be beneficial &c. in fair condition. nonpareil. (true) 494. rare. Jonah. unparalleled &c. salt of the earth. propitious &c. highwrought. superior &c. fresh. in good condition. challenge comparison. (healthful) 656. tiptop. outrage. 906. stand the proof. pass muster. creme de la creme.N. inimitable. amari aliquid[Lat][obs3]. praiseworthy &c. worth its weight in gold. 907.

put upon. ill-treat. 830. Koh-i-noor. V. impeccability. beau ideal. (hopeless) 859. perfection. pattern. wrong. mischief-making. pierce. abominable. superexcellence &c. corrosive. vile. wrong. do harm. outrage. sinister. do evil &c. injured &c. pitiable. mean &c. fulsome.c. below par &c. evil. victimize. bad is the best: the worst come to the worst. weigh down. V. Perfection. peccancy[obs3]. summit &c. where the shoe pinches. maltreat. 830. prejudicial.. deteriorated &c. untoward. deplorable. deleterious. abomination. wretched. irremediable &c. "wrongs unredressed or insults unavenged " [Wordsworth]. burdensome. shocking. illcontrived. noisome. 830. infernal. peccant. 859.badness &c. trump. damnable. arrant. be hurtful &c. (painful) 830. hurtful. destroy &c. injure &c. (killing) 361. produce evil. Phr. confounded. rotten at the core. cause evil. 945. cursed. cygne noir[Fr]. (be supreme) 33.N. damned. unlucky. do a mischief. bear hard upon. unsatisfactory. (damage) 659. (superiority) 33. masterpiece. Adv. malefic. harmful. ne plus ultra[Lat]. transcendence &c. ill-use. (goodness) 648[obs3]. disserviceable[obs3]. rank. destructive &c. 659. detestable. accursed. wide-wasting. ripen. do mischief. #650. 947. bad. scathful[obs3]. (malevolent) 907. work evil. philosopher's stone. (malevolent) 907. (paltry) 643. as bad as bad can be. admirable Crichton. indefectibility[obs3]. make mischief. aggrieve. pernicious. Adj. persecute. wrong. pink of perfection. phenix. complete &. damnify[obs3]. exceptionable indifferent. depravity &c. (disease) 655. adj. base. pink. mirror. pain &c. horrid. to one's cost. badly &c. impeccancy[obs3]. perfectness &c. tread upon. 619. disadvantageous. venomous. injurious. noxious. -. ill-conditioned. standard. chrysolite. stab. weigh heavy on. ill. grievous. (useless) 645. abuse. (disapprove) 932. molest &c. pitiful. onerous. rotten. envenomed. acme of perfection. depraved &c. (morbific) 657[obs3]. inauspicious &c. 945. be perfect &c. mischievous. virulent. 729. do violence. overburden. (imperfect) 651. inflict evil. (inexpedient) 647. detrimental. obnoxious. sad. oppressive. hateful. adj. (scourge) 972. bring to perfection. oppress. corrupting &c. disastrous. 659). villainous. bruise. horrible. paragon. 210. malign &c. guilt &c. execrable. nocuous. deadly &c. harm. very prince of. mature. baleful. adj. full of mischief. diabolic &c. 162. woeful &c. adj. model. hateful as a toad. unprofitable &c. reprehensible &c. maul. Adj.. baneful. malignant. incompetent &c. put 320 .. ill. dire. endamage[obs3]. painfulness &c. transcend &c. hurt.. scratch. smite &c. lamentable. pestilence &c. (unskillful) 699. trample upon. foul. unadvisable &c. run down. dreadful. . buffet. bring into trouble. perfect.. poisonous &c. (corrupt &c. (destroying) 162. herba mala presto cresco [Lat].

scavenger. moderately good. epuration[obs3]. injured &c. admissible. indefectible. seamy side. pretty. surgit amari aliquid[Lat]. detersion[obs3]. so-so. laundry. Phr. mundation|. bar sinister.. to a limited extent. superhuman. <-. uninjured &c. Adj. deficiency. dhobi[obs3]. attainder. imperfect. secondary. to perfection. unparalleled &c. 729. tainted.. maturate. consummate &c. sound as a roach. considering. drawback. (prepare) 673. below its full strength. 160. under its full strength. purification. in perfect condition. half blood. leaky. clean. found wanting. 53. impeccable. " the perfection of art is to conceal art " [Quintilian].. dustman[obs3]. rather good. beyond all praise &c. unblemished. moderately. inadequate &c. not pass muster. V. unsound. have a defect & a whistle. decent. cracked. inobjectionable[obs3]. hole in one's coat. lame. out of tune. not much to boast of. spotless. rather &c. (safe) 644. purity. right as a trivet. (complete) 52. 32. Adv. Imperfection. be imperfect &c. lavatory. (approbation) 931. 651. best &c. imperfection. (good) 648. (supreme) 33. flaw &c. (weak) 160. indifferent. well enough.N. frail &c. sans peur et sans reproche[Fr]. incomplete &c. only better than nothing. free from imperfection &c. barely pass muster. sprung.N. adj. 659. weak point. coucicouci. gap &c. v. mediocrity.. (deteriorated) 659. -. weakness &c. (break) 70. not perfect &c. n. deficient. cleanliness &c.p. ablution. drainage. Adj. (unprepared) 674. inadequacy &c. adv. (badness) 649[obs3]. washerman[obs3]. indeficient[obs3]. not amiss. perfectly &c. unobjectionable. Cleanness. faultless. Adj. abstersion[obs3]. lavation[obs3]. imperfectness &c. 674. #652. warped &c. 243. milk and water. 321 . ordinary. crude &c. inimitable. perfect. adj.S. defect.. (insufficiency) 640. ad unguem[Lat]. seaworthy &c. (insufficient) 640. sound. disinfection &c. almost &c. one-horse shay. twist &c.. laundryman. sewerage. only. washhouse[obs3]. 304. indefective[obs3]. v.. good. bearable. passable. fall short &c. laundress. enough. no great catch. 205 --> #651. colature|. immaculate. blemish &c. (distort) 243. defecation &c. one-horse [U. adequate. all things considered. taint. pretty good. trim &c. passing. peccant &c. cleaning &c. finished &c. not bad. scathless[obs3]. inferior. middling. out of order.. pretty well. below par. no great shakes. 304. second-rate. shortcoming &c. immaturity &c. cleanness. washerwoman. purgation. intact. in seipso totus teres atque rotundus [Lat][Horace]. divine.]. defective. 650. screw loose. model. " let us go on unto perfection " [ Hebrews vi. good enough. 1]. second-best. phr. harmless. sweep. unparagoned[obs3]. shorthanded. adj. tolerable. v. lustration[obs3]. lie under a disadvantage. mediocre.. standard. 29. faulty. 848. (bad) 649. 198. below its full complement. average &c. spring a leak.. . -. peccancy &c. fault.

trig. rake. brush up. dishwater. purgative. fetor &c. caput mortuum[Lat][obs3]. deodorize. shovel. uninfected. mother|. defilement. purifier &c. scum. scour. disinfect. rubigo|. <-. smudge. residuum. duster. castrate. Uncleanness. doyley[obs3]. refine. sweet. slovenry[obs3]. stainless. purge. cleansing. soiliness|. towel. 961[of mind]. ventilate. draff[obs3]. lixiviate[obs3]. v. dandruff. impurity. raff[obs3]. recrement[obs3]. cleaned &c. froth. flea. decay. rinsings. louse. abstergent[obs3]. mundify|. trim. deobstruent[obs3]. without a stain. beast. absterge|. tartar. slattern. scurf. outscourings[obs3]. offscourings[obs3]. Adj. mucor. sift. spotless. make a clean sweep of. screen. sediment. slop. emasculate.N. immaculate. immundicity[obs3]. unspotted. rack. swab. rake. mop. v. abomination. ashes. V. defoedation|. draggle-tail. defecate. chloride of lime. buck. lees. handkerchief.. leaven. drossiness[obs3]. clean. laxative. 206 --> #653. tidy. mop. scoriae. Adv. drab. riddle. cover. scrub. grime. unstained. grit. fur. taintless. sponge. pick. sweep. napkin. wipe. soot. putrescence. smut. weed. whitewash. sweep out &c. cloth. vermin. clarify. cleanse. grounds. cinders. slummock[obs3]. exuviae[Lat]. flush. dustman. benzine benzol. purify. dregs. doily. unsullied. 322 . benolin[obs3]. dust. precipitate. maukin|. decrassify[obs3]. squalor. sozzle[obs3].. rout out. strain. 401[obs3]. besom[obs3]. argol[obs3]. deterge[obs3].. settlement heeltap[obs3]. flue. aperient[obs3]. dross. unsoiled. corruption. slut. brush. detergent. clear out. bilgewater[obs3]. mildew. filter. riffraff. disinfectant. cobweb. S. sweepings &c. broom. scurfiness[obs3]. untainted. soil. bleaching powder. putrefaction. clean as a whistle. depurate[obs3]. morphea. Adj. clinker. full. kempt[obs3]. render clean &c. v. clean. spruce. (useless refuse) 645. mop. ditchwater[obs3]. cheeseparings. comb. immundity[obs3]. sweet as a nut. be clean. sweep. fecula[Lat]. smoke. despumate[obs3]. neatly &c. cathartic. launder. malkin[obs3]. contamination &c. dentifrice. gimp. clean as a new penny.white wings brush[Local U. tainture|. lave. sudary[obs3]. -. like a cat in pattens. pure. Adj. filtrate. fumigate. sprue. cathartic.]. drugget[obs3].p. drain. uncleanness &c. must. mold. expurgate. edulcorate[obs3]. cleanly. wring. lotion. elutriate[Chem].. adj. impurity &c. filth. scrub. purifying. slammerkin|. malkin|. wash. sossle[obs3]. furfur[obs3]. taint. dirt. soilure[obs3]. filter. hogwash. mudlark[obs3].. swab. sponge. rinse. slammock[obs3]. sordes[obs3]. wash. chinch[obs3]. off scum.. sieve. winnow. benzene. neat. dry rot. bug. clear. slag. dowdy. Adj. sloven. blotter. slovenliness &c.

(intemperate) 954[obs3]. dowdy. stink &c.. musty. dirt. foul. contaminate. saprogenous[obs3]. head. St. spot.. reechy[obs3].N. rancid. flourish. soil. eupepsia[obs3]. V. sump. den. thick. incorruption. drabble[obs3]. slum. perfect health. flyblown. dung. touched. unscoured[obs3]. excellent health. rotten. S. corrupt. crap[vulgar]. feces. beslime[obs3]. sewer. gross &c. john. Adj. smirch. " they that touch pitch will be defiled " [Much Ado About Nothing]. rankle. sludge. rude health. <-. sink of corruption. unswept[obs3]. putrid.. bog. moth-eaten. besmear &c. distain[obs3]. putrefied.]. scurvy. high. stercoraceous[obs3]. nasty. tarnish. slush. dusty. leaven. fimetarious[obs3]. uncleanly. unpurified[obs3]. silt. turbid. effete. soundness &c. common sewer. putrefy. reek. unwashed. filthy. pollute. molder. rookery. blot. etercoral[obs3]. slabber[obs3].. slime.S. garbage. excreta &c. uncombed. bloom. soiled &c. Adj. slobber. slaver. Phr.. smear. slammocky[obs3]. dunghill. corrupt &c. reeky. cloaca. draggle-tailed. splash. unstrained. carious. rot. fester. smoky. tainted. dreggy. offal. fimicolous[obs3]. mixen[obs3]. reasty[obs3]. sty. slosh. faeces. drabble in the mud[obs3]. smutch[obs3]. not to be handled with kid gloves. (impure in mind) 961. taint. stain. n. bloody. smudge. euphory[obs3]. -. adj. sink. sewage. (injure) 659. putrescent. debase. sough. sposh [obs3][U. abominable. carrion. mussy [U. feculent. slovenly. health. lair. mildewed. S. rotten as cheese. ordure. incorruptibility. rotting &c. lentiginous[obs3]. 401. bloom. crapulous &c. purulent. bemire. . jakes. manure. slough. mens sana in corpore sano[Lat]. squalid. untidy. render unclean &c. gurry [obs3][U. go bad &c. blur. v. moldy. pus. spawn. colluvies[obs3]. messy. be unclean. dirty. euphoria. fetid &c. impetiginous[obs3]. 323 . adj. peccant. be in health &c. [of rotting living matter] decayed. 299.. daub. suppuration. saprogenic.p. quagmire. robust health. gory. Anthony's fire[obs3]. rotten as a pear. slummocky[obs3]. vigor. maggoty. laystall[obs3]. daggle[obs3]. V. dirty. 207 --> #654. good state of health. Augean stable[obs3].dabble. adj. shit[vulgar]. alluvium. beastly. fecal. lienteria[obs3]. sluttish. smoke. sanity. good health. muck. smutty. Cloacina. impure. clean bill of health.. lutose[obs3]. scurfy. drain. excrementitious[obs3]. pigsty. 401. spatter. offensive. befoul. weak. bad. lientery[obs3]. unwiped[obs3]. cesspool. midden. fusty. adj. [of people] unkempt. wallow in the mire. slubber. roil. coarse. latrines. mold. begrease[obs3]. excrement. Health. dust hole. gone bad. sooty. privy. guano. putrefactive. compost. sewerage. ferment. mire. grimy. become unclean &c. peccant humor.. v. coprolite. sully. cess[obs3]. mucid[obs3]. matter. cover with dust &c. draggle. begrime. rusty.mud. sozzly[obs3]. snuffy[obs3]..]. defile.]. toilet. maculate. unclean. slimy. Hygeia[obs3].

florid. variola[Med]. as well as can be expected. (health-giving) 656. ringworm. rash. varicella[Med]. tonsilitis[obs3]. unmaimed[obs3]. take a new lease of life. fever. boil. leprosy. tonsillitis. indisposition. sepsis. ailing &c. breakbone fever[obs3]. cardiac arrest. measles. keep on one's legs. n. rupture. gonorrhea. psora[obs3]. enjoy a good state of health. tumor. asphyxia. ulcer. king's evil. St. atrophy. fresh as a rose. grippe. water qualm. herpes. 660.. taint. epidemic. gallstone. dyspepsia. syntexis[obs3]. peccant humor. arteriosclerosis. canker. brave. whole. -. cholera. sore. bubonic plague. on one's legs. fresh. green sickness. stanch. Phr. uninjured. itch. recruit. erysipelas. healthy. infirmity. cardialgia[Med]. quinsy. delicacy. palsy. black death. pyaemia[obs3]. trismus[Med]. scrofula. tolerably well. neoplastic disease. angina pectoris[Lat]. spasmodic cholera. blennorrhagia[obs3]. sickness &c. cancer. seizure. malarial fever. biliary calculus. cachexy[obs3]. phthisis[obs3]. unmarred. lockjaw. tetanus. distemper.. sanitary &c. atherosclerosis. tinker. caries. sanatory &c. rachitis[obs3]. chorea. Q-fever. septicity[obs3]. " health that snuffs the morning air" [Grainger]. murrain. goiter. staunch. sound. exanthema. Vitus's dance. gangrene. appendicitis. carcinoma. calenture[obs3]. breaking out. fresh as a daisy. fresh lease of life. leukemia. fever sore. in fine feather. enjoy good health. cachexia[Med]. weatherproof. epizootic. cure &c. blennorrhoea[obs3]. carditis[Med]. imposthume[obs3]. pneumonia. malignancy. pretty bobbish[obs3]. marasmus[obs3]. bronchocele[Med]. enanthem[obs3]. necrosis. trachoma. Asiatic cholera[obs3]. adj. green. (deterioration) 659. restore to health. heartburn. have a clean bill of health. mortification. sound as a roach. fester. healthful. eruption. in good case. hemorrhoids. attack. bloody flux. enanthema[obs3]. in full bloom. invalidation. grip. carbuncle. safe and sound. in high feather. gathering. Disease. plague. distemperature[obs3]. whooping cough. fit. scabies. corruption. sphacelation[obs3]. brash. loss of health. pandemic. sound as a bell. decline. consumption. vigorous. illness. inflammation. paralysis. morbosity|. disease. heaves. in health &c. (improve) 658. varicosis[Med]. pestilence. sound of wind and limb. morbidity. dartre[Fr]. dengue fever. bloodstroke[obs3]. (restore) 660. infection. polio. unscathed. temperature. pox. fresh as April[obs3]. chlorosis. blood poisoning. recover &c. hearty as a buck. infestation. issue. " all the ills that flesh is heir to " [Hamlet]. hernia. sphacelus[obs3]. scarlet fever. flu. wen &c. tetter[obs3]. abscess. mumps[obs3]. ague. flush. hardening of the arteries. endocarditis[Med]. 324 . canker rash. well. (remedial) 662[obs3]. hay fever. hale.keep body and soul together. hearty. influenza. rot. decay &c. disorder. visitation. kidney stone. cynanche[obs3]. pollution. hardy. return to health. get better &c. (swelling) 250. prostration. scarlatina. pyrosis[Med]. indigestion. ailment. cardiomyopathy[Med]. seasickness. endemic. non est vivere sed valere vita [Lat][Martial]. rubeola. robust. Adj. pneumonic plague. cold sore.N. malady. pimple. tracheocele[Med]. stroke. struma[obs3]. exanthem[obs3]. pertussis. #655. untainted. complaint. piles. heart attack.

diseased. 23. taken ill. Adj. infirm. bacteria. complain of. sickchamber. sicken. (hopeless) 859. rinderpest. cripple. 503. heartworm. suffer. salutary. broken-winded. V.. etiology. [DNA viruses] herpesvirus. break out. RNA virus. pulmonic[Med].]. bacterium. paralytic.. sanitary. syntectical[obs3]. V. hors de combat &c.. [RNA viruses] rhinovirus. nosology[obs3]. catch a disease &c. benign. crippled.N. be salubrious &c. (deteriorated) 659. (weak) 160. (death) 360. phthisic[obs3]. S. hygeian[obs3]. 657[obs3]. valetudinarian. -. spavined. patient. palsied. dangerous illness. seedy. morbid. rotten at the core. vitiated. languish. yellow jack. mangy. " the halt the lame and the blind". on the sick list. luetic[obs3]. roundworms. be ill &c. general breaking up. rachitic. labor under. wholesome. ill of. healthiness &c. zymotic[obs3]. endemic. incurable &c.dyspeptic. sickroom. leprous. sanitarium. scrapie. sick. touched in the wind. valetudinarian.. [types of viruses] DNA virus. rotten to the core. in a bad way. varicose. [Veterinary] anthrax. 325 . agree with. [Disease of mind] idiocy &c. feline leukemia. churchyard cough. assimilate &c. sanitarian. unbraced[obs3]. bighead. keep one's bed. lay up. prostrate. Salubrity. HIV. cankered. Adj. decayed &c. in danger. tonic. cytomegalovirus. Adj. fine air. indisposed. sickly. moribund &c. catch an infection. salubrious. healthy. n. pine. human immunodefficiency virus. morbose[obs3]. blackleg. morbid. ailing &c. seized with. invalided. peccant. <-. droop. cranky. in declining health. squeamish. prophYlactic. lame. [Science of disease] pathology. laid up. 499. epidemic. valetudinarianism. CMV. confined. (useless) 645[Fr]. salubrity. fatal disease &c. sanitOrium. unwell. healthless[obs3]. feign sickness &c. fine climate. take a disease.yellow fever. valetudinary[obs3]. eudiometer[obs3]. good for. break up of the system. glanders[obs3]. blackquarter[obs3]. bedridden. chlorotic[Med]. quarter-evil. halting. adj. bracing. gasping.p. rhabdovirus. (hopeless) 859. 208 --> #656. nutritious. unhealthy. decrepit. morbific &c. affected with illness. v. galloping consumption. mange. [Preservation of health] hygiene. [disease-causing agents] virus. unsound. be affected with. invalid. case. picornavirus. insanity &c. syntectic[obs3]. afflicted with illness. salutiferous[obs3]. pneumonic. Adj. withered. tabid[obs3]. ill. weakened &c. halt. tainted. out of sorts. lay by. poorly. tabetic[obs3]. in hospital. poisoned. under the weather [U. rotten. drooping. flag. quarter-ill. invigorating. hygienic. out of health. gasp. milk sickness. martyr to disease. healthful. valetudinary[obs3]. peak. ail. cattle plague. weakly. (falsehood) 544. contaminated. have. flagging.

radical. 660. venomous. nonnaturals[obs3]. innocent. increase &c. turn over a new leaf. harmless. v. foster &c. fatten. toxiferous[obs3]. epizootic. think better of.. turn to best account. ascend &c. palliate. reform. adj. civilization. elaborate. repair &c. 36 . profit by. pestilent. promote. lessen an evil &c. innutritious[obs3]. 35. 644. deadly &c. doctor &c. 305. taking. new model. (progress) 282. vamp up. warm up. pick up. be better. make the most of. take a favorable turn. sow one's wild oats. n. progressive.&c. race-culture. uninjurious. virulent. pestiferous. invigorate &c. make good use of. (remedy) 662. turn the corner. reformation. march of intellect. view in a new light. narcotic. polish. morbiferous[obs3]. uncongenial &c. mellow. promotion. improve upon. 660. improving &c. better.innoxious[obs3]. 35. advance &c. improved &c.make improvements &c. pestilential. brighten up. morbific[obs3]. repair &c. (reinstate) 660. rally. Adj. zymotic[obs3]. touch up. sanative &c.N. mephitic. Improvement. brush up. (killing) 361. review. (arrange) 60. amend. place to good account. catching. culture. 307. prune. better 326 . ameliorate. radical reform. revise. eugenics. bring forward.. toxicity. Adj. purification &c. elevation &c. revise. 652. second thoughts. enhance. malaria &c. be better &c. reorganize. unhealthiness &c. appeal from Philip drunk to Philip sober. restorative &c.. refine upon. correction. put in order &c. bring on. infectious. recover &c. cook. better. ungenial. bolster up. make -corrections. reformer. rectify. furbish up. insalubrity. correct. noxious. useful &c. new edition. advance &c. insalubrious. v. mature. plague spot. mend. cultivation. envenomed. (restore) 660. deleterious. innocuous. limoe labor[Lat]. teratogenic. preferment. enrich. cultivate. make capital out of. uninfectious. infuse new blood into. (progress) 282. (remedial) 662. improvement. (restoration) 660. 707. azotic[obs3]. improve. elaboration. (disagreeing) 24. emendation. refinement. betterment. mending &c. meliorate. contagious. mitigate. refresh. -. indigestible. purify. reap the benefit of. unwholesome. 305. get better. come about. amend. increase &c.N. V. poisonous. be improved by. improve. advance. menticulture[obs3]. decrassify[obs3]. oxidation. ripen. turn to right account. turn to good account. v. ascent &c. 652. mend. mend. relieve. rub up. death in the pot. septic. noisome. (poison) 663. melioration. #657. fructify.. raise one's head. Insalubrity. toxic. set off to advantage. forward. unhealthy. #658. recovery &c. recruit. -. amelioration. (strengthen) 159. revision. epidemic. contagion.. render better. become better. remodel.. Adj. reform. amendment. advancement.

retrograde &c. Deterioration. ebb. rot. delabrement &c. stain &c. acerbate. mere wreck. despoil.decline. canker. urbent latericiam invenit marmoream reliquit[Lat]. empoison[obs3]. wreck. impairment. marasmus[obs3]. 945. havoc. S. adulteration. become deteriorated &c. decay. infect. poisoning. Aphis. spring a leak. on reconsideration. declension. vinegrub[obs3]. honeycomb. be the worse for. dilapidate. degradation. discoloration. demoralize. rust. have seen better days. render vicious &c. degrade. degenerateness. retrogradation &c. fall off. be worse. magni nominis umbra[Lat]. defoedation|. denaturalize. depravity &c. outrage. pierce. pollute. deprave. rankle. weaken &c. corruption. S. [Render less good] deteriorate. decrepitude. 160. go to decay. (destruction)[Fr]. blight. " fall into the sear and yellow leaf". fade. set back. corrupt. demoralization. crack. crumble. labefy[obs3]. adulterate. plug. degeneration. tamper with. dry rot. surbate|. (dirt) 653. defile. better advised. debauch. lapse. shrivel &c. maim. deterioration. deflower. exulcerate|. (restorative) 660[obs3].]. jump out of the frying pan into the fire. delaceration|. fall into decay. start. be deteriorated. go from bad to worse. corrigible. put back. collapse. all the better for.]. dilapidation. wane &c. wound. inquinate|. corrosion. aphid. droop. decadency[obs3]. run to seed. contaminate. pillage &c. contamination. prostitution. deteriorate. embitter. cripple. debase. accultural[obs3]. pollution. debasement. (decrease) 36. 945. hurt. shake. adv. emendatory[obs3]. V. inquination|. alloy.N. scath[obs3]. disorganization. overrun. venenation|. go downhill. falling off &c. spoil. scathe. detriment. decline. decrease &c. skate [U. become worse. 662. 283. on second thoughts. sphacelate: break[obs3]. go down &c. on better advice. stab. die &c. rackabones [obs3][U. brutalize. puceron[obs3]. 162. v. decadence. sweal|. reformatory.]. 283[obs3]. go to seed. ad melius inquirendum[Lat]. decay. phr.p. hough[obs3]. injury. moth and rust. retrogression. vitiate. rottenness. ravages of time. 327 . 36. go bad. exacerbate. vinefretter[obs3]. 791. leaven. tacky [U. plant louse. declination. perversion. degeneracy. (contract) 195. moldiness. atrophy. wither. wear and tear. totter to its fall. go farther and fare worse. run to waste swale|. harm. discolor. reparatory &c. -. damage. ebb. go off. break down. depravation. depravement. (sink) 306. tackey[obs3]. scath|. molder. improvable. devolution. better for. <-. Adj. pervert. masochism. loss. envenom. jade. totter. sophisticate. erosion. taint. on consideration. ravage. 209 --> #659. denature. impair. remedial &c. prejudice. recession &c. waste. inroad. 162. wane. aggravate. 287. alloy. S. ravage. canker. perish &c. 360. shend|. caducity[obs3]. degenerate. leaven. damage. lame. oxidation. embase|.. ulcerate. prostitute. poison. injure. mar.

<-.. fit for the wastepaper basket. 651. gnaw. wilted. renovation. hors de combat[Fr]. beyond saving. v. redress. shabby. out of repair. done for. dismast. sap. retrieval. rotten. degenerate. 834. cure. resumption. "what a falling off was there! " [Hamlet]. disinfection. healing &c. past work &c. revivification. the worse for wear. decimate. Adj. play the deuce with. restoration. broken down. depraved &c.N.*]. worn to the stump. mangle. rejuvenescence[obs3]. worn. worn to rags. dismantle. 163. discolored. imperfect &c. done up. play the mischief among. blight. tacky [U. 688. regenerateness[obs3]. injured &c. deface. 790. gnaw at the root of. destroy &c. out of tune.. broken. recure|. (repetition) 104. v. (dangerous) 665: past cure &c.hamstring. cicatrization. (vicious) 945. reclamation. play havoc with. decrepit. S. spotted. convalescence. v. deleterious &c. altered. rifacimento[It].p. altered for the worse. secondhand. play the mischief with. out of action. mine. v. tainted. rectification. sanativeness[obs3]. on the decline. repair. -. on the wane. reduced to a skeleton. Phenix. reconstitution. broke. rusty. 162. shaken. reparation. Restoration. the worse for. recruiting &c. palingenesis[obs3]. battered. deteriorated &c. sprung. worse. new birth. reorganization. refreshment &c. worm-eaten. weathered. marescent[obs3]. faded. reproduction &c. reviviscence[obs3]. renaissance.. blighted. time-worn. 649. rot. effete. play the very devil with. mildewed.. restitution &c. reestablishment. replacement. hit between wind and water. busted. (improve &c. 210 --> #660. (deliverance) 672. worn to a shadow. wear out. moss-grown. play sad havoc among. revival. reinstatement. undermine. sanation|. tabid[obs3]. decrepid[obs3]. used up. instauration[obs3]. 689. withering. crumbling. at a low ebb. (destruction) 162. regeneracy[obs3]. reduced. weather-beaten. unimproved &c. in a bad way. knock down. retrograde &c. erode. wasted. worn out. spoiling &c. deal a blow to. damnify &c. recovery. play havoc among. passe. out of commission. reconstruction. moldering. break up. rechauffe[Fr]. cankered. agrescit medendo[Latin]. relief &c. blemish. (aggrieve) 649[obs3]. tottering &c. disfigure. resuscitation. moldy. fatigued &c. mutilate. remanufacture. decayed &c. 328 . recurrence &c. (retrogressive) 283. disorganize. done. (hopeless) 859.. shake. v.. far gone. stale. dilapidated. revivessence[obs3]. renewal. wear away. 658). v.. moth-eaten. restoral. frayed. deciduous. (useless) 645. reaction. warp. worn to a thread. second youth. redemption &c. on one's last legs. Phr. reanimation. rehabilitation. corrode. fit for the dust hole. play sad havoc with. all the worse for. play the very devil among.. nodding to its fall &c. seedy. sap the foundations of. undermined. redintegration[obs3]. play the deuce among. threadbare. finished. regeneration. out of the frying pan into the fire. tinkering. reconversion. reviction|. resumption. scotch. do one's worst.

get about. darn. be oneself again. redress. tinker. regenerate. bracer. bring round. reestablish. recover. recruit. (outlive) 110. rescue &c. remedy. X-ray machine. redress. put back. fill up the ranks. -. cobbler. medicate. stop a gap.tinker. medecin[Fr]. revivify. revive. cure. rise again. bind up wounds. or recurrence of a bad state] backsliding. reseat. vestigia nulla retrorsum [Lat][Horace]. cobble. slide back. reconstitute. sanable[obs3]. survive &c. Adv. replace. stimulant. gueris-toi toi-meme[Fr]. convalescent. come to life again. #661. (retrogression) 283[obs3]. heal. surgery. come round. put right. make all square. restorative.. helminthagogue[obs3]. set to rights. -. place in statu quo[Lat]. reinstall. recidivity[obs3]. reconvert. return. reappear. set straight. Remedy. retrievable. none the worse. finedraw[obs3]. do up. (deliver) 672. renew. heal. reparatory[obs3]. lapse. 163. antifebrile[Med]. fill up. <-. medicine. make whole. counterpoison[obs3]. stethoscope.. live again. plaster up. recover. placebo. 283. preventive medicine. (remedy) 662[obs3]. come to oneself. recall to life. vamp up. renovate. relapse. 659. set on one's legs. (arrange) 60. physic. right itself. skin over. fall back. needds to be greatly expanded --> #662. lapse. reinforce. resume. relapse. recrudescence. remedy. anthelmintic[Med]. in a fair way. reparative. get over. doctor. correct.N. fall off again &c. patch up. vis medicatrix &c. 329 . redintegrate[obs3]. restore. resuscitate. put in order &c. reinstate. antidote. warm up. reconstruct. recure[obs3]. 689. 659 . deterioration &c. retrograde &c. phr. redivivus[Lat]. cicatrize. restored &c. medical examination.get round.remedy = medicine . rejuvenate. come to. stanch. staunch. in statu quo[Lat]. splice. recoup &c. redeem. tonic. get well. sink back. restoring &c. put to rights. lithagogue[obs3]. sanative. reorganize. recidivation |. medicament. revenons a nos moutons[Fr]. help. curableness. break of. V. rally. recoverable. diagnosis. v. antitoxin. sanatory[obs3]. refit. reproduce &c. 790. repair. curable. remedial. set up. pick-meup. reestate[obs3]. caulk. retouch.N. remanufacture. pull through. cure. recidivism. restorable. v. reclaim. [medical devices] clinical thermometer. revive. faith cure. vamp. put in complete repair. as you were. return to the original state.. rebuild. calk. v. retrieve. recuperative. 211 --> <-. rejuvenated. V. rise from one's ashes. rectify. get the better of. reinvigorate. reanimate. weather the storm. refresh &c. make good. careen. botch|. antispasmodic. touch up. heelpiece[obs3]. Adj. refashion. curative.p. set right.. retrogradation &c. antipoison[obs3]. put in thorough repair. medical treatment. remediable. come come to. rehabilitate. put in repair. falling back &c. rise from the grave. recidivate. [Return to. Relapse.

orthopraxy[obs3]. shaman. antitussive[Med]. dermatologist. 174. bandage &c. treatment. witch doctor. feeding tube. hydropathy[Med]. lazaretto. medical practitioner. surgery. epithem[obs3]. posology[obs3]. cordial. urinalysis. panacea. elixir. chemist.vermifuge. spa. medicine. antiviral[Med]. ophthalmologist. vaccination. pharmacy. theriac[obs3]. orthopedics. healing art. osteopathy. booster. recipe. specific. Red Cross. Indian sage. jonquil. oil. pediatrics. 330 . biopsy. carminative. leeches. pepastic[obs3]. feverwort. lock hospital. cosmetic. prescription. Galenicals[obs3]. embrocation[obs3]. venesection[Med]. quinquina[obs3]. philosopher's stone. regimen. balsam. mercurous chloride. sinapism[obs3]. doctor. pharmacon[obs3]. nostrum. podiatrist. cream of tartar. Materia Medica[Lat]. dispensary. electuary[obs3]. medical attendant. leechcraft[obs3]. arquebusade[obs3]. lenitive. benzoin. drug store. antiseptic. Peruvian bark. therapeutics. treatment. ipecacuanha. bleeding. cupping. alterant[obs3]. linctus[obs3]. simples. salve. druggist. oncologist. elixir vitae. boneset[obs3]. heteropathy[Med]. potion. diagnostics. sassafras. drip. antibiotic. osteopathist[obs3]. analysis. dentistry. inoculation. bitartrate of potash. Mithridate. dispensatory[obs3]. pharmacopoeia. pharmaceutical. pharmaceutics. Nepenthe. certain cure. formulary. suppository. pledget[obs3]. catnip. eyewater[obs3]. cinchona. internist. cataplasm[obs3]. preventative medicine. emplastrum[obs3]. pain-killer. corrective. chirurgy[obs3]. dietary. arnica. vulnerary. compress. antifungal[Med]. Hotel des Invalides. collyrium[obs3]. cerate. prescription. ointment. transfusion. sovereign remedy. pump room. midwifery. apothecary. depilatory. ipecac. vis medicatrix naturae[Lat][obs3]. surgeon. vesicatory[Med]. immunization. febrifuge. sanatorium. examination. prevention. vaccine. dose. hospice. lazarhouse[obs3]. hospital. catheter. plaster. apothecary. regimen. infusion. osteopath. bolus. receipt. homeopathy. (support) 215. pharmacy. druggist. balm. intravenous infusion. medecine expectante[Fr]. ambulance. specialist . well. sarcology[obs3]. operation. cure. bloodletting. yarrow. analgesic. traumatic. cold water cure. diagnosis. gastroenterologist. general practitioner. prophylactic. restorative. obstetrics. pharmacology. dietetics. medical treatment. optometrist. vesicant. quinine. poultice. gamma globulin. radiology. tocology[obs3]. faith healer. catholicon[obs3]. epidemiologist[Med]. shot. gynecology. Epsom salts[Chem]. lotion. vis medicatrix[obs3]. ptisan[obs3]. dietetics. friar's balsam. pill. liniment. antiinflammatory[Med]. maison de sante[Fr]. orthopedy[obs3]. infusion. allopathy[obs3]. medicament. surgical operation. phlebotomy. injection. alterative. radical cure. feverroot[obs3]. physician. agueweed[obs3]. emetic. drug. palliative. perfect cure. physic. sedative &c. public health specialist. calomel. lincture[obs3]. acology[obs3]. chirurgery[Med]. sanguisae. leech. pesthouse[obs3]. draught. infirmary.

N. " throw physic to the dogs. sedative. monthly nurse. 619. exorcist. antimony. para todo hay remedio sino para la muerte[Sp]. nurse's aide. dietetic. healing. thorn. bichloride of mercury. registered nurse. cyanide. tonic. bhang. attend. disinfectant. operate. (badness) 649[obs3]. anodyne. sting. carbonic acid. Dios que da la llaga da la medicina[Sp]. cankerworm. belladonna. Upas tree. dresser. 658. [list of poisonous substances(on-line)] Toxline. pest. fire damp. anthelmintic[Med]. corroborant. operator. allopathic[obs3]. drench with physic. 660. teratogen. nurse. physic. prophylactic. medical. Adj. deobstruent[obs3]. viper &c. alexipharmic[obs3]. nutritious. nicotine. lenitive. emollient. moth. demulcent|. virus venom. sewer gas. chalybeate[obs3]. curable. aux grands maux les grands remedes[Fr]. <-. relieve &c. minister to. Bane. nux vomica[Lat]. damnosa hereditas[Lat]. antiluetic[obs3]. nurse. midwife. " the remedy is worse than the disease " [Dryden]. hydropathic[Med]. oculist. sanative. strychnine. doctor. pharmacist. detersive[obs3]. narcotic. (evil doer) 913. (salutary) 656[obs3]. Galen. heteropathic[obs3]. restore &c. fang. worm. hellebore. arsenious oxide. cut out. alimentary. homeopathic. febrifugal[obs3]. brier. n.p. let blood. 706. sanatory[obs3]. bane. marsh gas. neurotic. plaster. tartar emetic. epulotic|. preventative. dress the wounds. arsenic. ratsbane[obs3]. corrosive sublimate. 980. alterative. depuratory[obs3]. 331 . paregoric. cup. malaria. peptic. Aesculapius[obs3]. tang. dry rot. aurist[obs3]. mephitis[obs3]. traumatic. canker. poison. practical nurse. miasm[obs3]. detergent. candystriper. aconite.quack. 660. vulnerary. excise. alexiteric[obs3]. scourge &c. 212 --> #663. cancer. phr. arsenious acid. palliative. curse. [poisonous plants] hemlock. corrective. dose. hypnotic. I'll none of it " [Macbeth]. accoucheur[Fr]. baneful &c. salutiferous &c. accoucheuse[Fr]. miasma. mildew. -. hydrogen cyanide. ganja[obs3]. bramble. temporis ars medicina fere est [Lat][Ovid]. demon &c.. remedial. immunizing. abstersive[obs3]. azote[obs3]. leaven. prevent &c. (unwholesome) 657. helminth[Med]. analeptic[obs3]. nutritive. druggist. incise. bonesetter. (cause of pain) 830. Hippocrates. remediable. fungus. roborant[obs3]. pharmaceutist[obs3]. nettle. V. Adj. hurtfulness &c. hydrocyanic acid. moth and rust. 834. laxative. hashish. therapeutic. examples] Albany hemp[obs3]. chirurgical[Med]. palliate &c. toxin. white elephant. rust. apply a remedy &c. (bad) 649. [Science of poisons] toxicology. drain. painfulness &c. chemist. torpedo. sister. nightshade. restorative &c. pharmacopolist[obs3]. choke damp. Prussic acid[ISA:chemsubcfp]. balsamic. aperient[obs3]. banewort[obs3]. depurative[obs3]. henbane. carbonic gas. poisonous &c. (punishment) 975. [poisonous substances. evil &c. manicure. antifebrile[Med]. medicinal. bleed.

salva res est[Lat]. (prepare for) 673. 670. 666. cavendo tutus[Lat]. at anchor. waterproof. -. fireproof. preservative &c. palladium. preserve &c. chaperon. sentinel. ex abundanti cautela[Lat][obs3]. safety valve. safeguard. out of danger. ward. nestle. surety. security. high and dry. (caution) 864. Dieu vous 332 . 665. Safety. (preserved) 670. safe. (circumscribe) 229. bibere venenum in auro[Lat]. 670. flank. unassailable. wardenship. unattackable. warden. Cerberus. under lock and key. v. render safe &c. patrol. 671. light upon one's feet. V. (defended) 717[obs3]. warder. (defense) 717. guard. tutelary god. v. sniffing valve. under cover. under the shield of. guardian. inexpugnable. tutelary. take charge of. watch. snug. with impunity. secure. protector. on sure ground. custody. (warning) 668. watchdog. unthreatened[obs3]. impregnability. save one's bacon. in safety. out of the woods. tenable. convoy. danger over. 670. scout &c. cop. escort. protecting. land on one's feet. Adj. coast clear. safe-conduct. protected &c... Adj. unmolested. [Means of safety] refuge &c. tide over. out of harm's way. under the shadow of one's wing. fuzz. % 3. wardship. seaworthy. invulnerability. harmless. invulnerableness &c. unscathed. watchman. bear a charmed life. friendly (cooperative) 709. double reef topsails. unhazarded[obs3]. unthreatening. make assurance doubly sure &c. tutelage. smokey. guardship[obs3]. garrison. seek safety. e terra alterius spectare laborem [Lat][Lucretius]. shield &c. precaution &c. mount guard.. Adj. third person. (restrain) 751. 858[Sense of security]. 666. ensconce. in security. keep one's head above water. means of escape. entrench.phr. custodian.. zarp|[all slang]. sure. escape &c. guard &c. policeman. (preparation) 673. impregnable. ride out the storm. Achillean[obs3]. protection. duenna[Sp]. (care) 459. guardian angel. preserver. weather the storm. take up a loose thread. safekeeping. convoy. protect. escort. confidence &c. above water. a couvert[Fr]. quarantine. intrench[obs3]. preservation &c. danger past. guardianship. find shelter &c. dick. safe and sound &c. (defend) 717. impenetrable. shroud. Adj. take shelter. tutelary deity. defensible. anchor &c. bandog[obs3]. phr. out of the meshes. protective &c. not dangerous &c. under the shade of. unharmed. house. auspices. secure &c. cover. fence round &c. imperdible|. Contingent Subservience % #664. storm blown over. under the wing of. patrolman. cordon sanitaire[Fr].. release valve. safety. escape &c. genius loci. make safe . screen. invulnerable. garrison. shelter. suave mari magno[Lat]. sentry. peeler|. panoplied &c. take care of &c. all's well. blow valve. be safe &c.N. tutelary saint. on the safe side. weatherproof.scathless &c. proof against. adv. trustworthy &c 939. take precautions &c. 671. (perfect) 650[obs3]. guardian.

sail too near the wind &c. critical. road to ruin. . [Sense of danger] apprehension &c. imperil. 909. stake. open to &c.garde[Fr]. waterlogged. totter. unadmonished. slipperiness. precariousness. ominous. run into danger. periculous|. lay a trap for &c.. peril. protect &c. hazard. n. trust to a broken reed. Danger. insecurity. wildcat. between the devil and the deep blue sea. instability &c. hairbreadth escape. on the wrong side of the wall. guideless[obs3]. run a risk. endanger. alarm &c. heel of Achilles[obs3]. unsteady. on the edge of a precipice. (inexpectant) 508[obs3]. trembling in the balance. off one's guard &c. 668. venture. (liability) 177. under fire. bring in danger. (liable) 177. put in danger . n. 909. 149. jeopardy. V. (rashness) 863. (fear) 860. between Scylla and Charybdis. -.. on slippery ground.sand. incur danger. (deceive) 545. on the verge of a precipice. n. vulnerable point. source of danger &c. threaten danger &c. untrustworthy. with a halter round one's neck. between the hammer and the anvil. in a bad way. guardless[obs3]. unprepared &c. v. vulnerable. (safe. have the chances against one. illomened. rock ahead[Approach of danger]. Adj. not out of the wood.N. feel the ground sliding from under one. v. hazard. [Dangerous course] leap in the dark &c. be exposed to danger. built upon. ticklish. venture. jeopard[obs3]. live in a glass house. hanging by a thread &c. breakers ahead. 669. precarious. top-heavy. exposed. expugnable[obs3]. defenseless. on the brink of a precipice. clouds in the horizon. reduced to the last extremity. encounter danger &c. Adj. defenselessness &c.. vulnerability. be between a rock and a hard place. sleep on a volcano. place in jeopardy. (liability) 177. exposure &c. put in jeopardy &c. nodding to its fall &c. <-. alarming &c. perilous. unwarned. in danger &c. 860. risk. helpless. set at hazard. fraught with danger. on a sandy basis. be in danger &c. at stake. adventure. cause for alarm. parlous. in the lion's den. slippy. run one hard. 664). (hopelessness) 859. have to run for it. (rash) 863. unprotected &c. fenceless. hang by a thread. lay oneself open to &c. unadvised. be in deep trouble... lean on a broken reed. (destruction) 162. clouds gathering. place in danger.p. jeopardize. unsafe. crumbling. shaky. at the last extremity. risk. warning &c. explosive. slippery. adventurous &c. have the odds against one. ramshackle. 674. 667. unshielded. endangered &c. run the gauntlet &c. in question. 333 . hazardous.. (rash) 863. on the rocks. (bold) 861. between a rock and a hard place. engage in a forlorn hope. compromise. at bay. forlorn hope &c. between two fires. unstable.insecure. harborless. tottering. faciles descensus Averni [Lat][Vergil]. threatening &c. (dare) 861. storm brewing. sit on a barrel of gunpowder. 213 --> #665. on a lee shore. Adj. expose to danger. dangerous. stand on a volcano. face long odds. on the edge of a volcano. danger. aux abois[Fr]. tumbledown.

(ambush) 530.N. shelter. lesson. dasher [U. 215. snake in the grass. hiding place &c. umbrella. seek refuge. find safety &c. bank. antiskid tires. ward. dangerous person. 334 . antilock brakes. warning voice. dashboard. retreat. keep.pitfall is related to deceiver and danger --> #667. pitfall.Phr. latet anquis in herba [Lat][Vergil]. support &c. -. prison &c. yellow flag. take refuge. seek safety. cover. fastness. lightning rod. trap &c. syrtis|. mene mene tekel upharsin. mainstay. sanctuary. snags. sheet anchor. 752.. plank.N.p. emergency landing. admonition. 664. life buoy. Warning. (defense) 717. 530. harbor of refuge. flat. lifejacket. any port in a storm. firebrand. sanctum sanctorum &c. barrier. breakers. lightning conductor. monitor. seaport. alarm &c.] Refuge. handwriting on the wall. 511. sandy foundation.]. wing. V. shallows. (escape) 671 lifeboat. premonition. acropolis. safety lamp. steppingstone. parachute.N. kedge. contraindication. volcano. (protection) 664. shoals. means of escape &c. syrt|. pier. monition. rock ahead. proximus ardet Ucalegon [Lat][Vergil]. ark. seat belt. airbag. prediction &c. notice &c. rocks. roadstead. wall &c. cork jacket. screen. snow tires. n. quicksands. embankment. ambush &c. red flag. shelf. le chat qui dort[Fr]. trapdoor. 214 --> #668. home. safeguard &c. hornet's nest. swimming belt. create a diversion. bibere venenum in auro[Lat]. (snare) 545. anchorage. sands. last resort. port. safety belt. nam tua res agitur paries dum proximus ardet[Lat]. throw oneself into the arms of. find refuge &c. Cassandra[obs3]. caveat. killick[obs3].]. (inclosure) 232. Goodwin sands. quay. Phr. blow-off valve. -. #666. jury mast. foghorn. fog-signal. 526. (information) 527. ugly customer. haven. death in the pot. lee wall. dehortation[obs3]. harbor. caution. siren. cheek &c. refuge. slippery ground. (privacy) 893[Lat]. valet anchora virtus[obs3]. mole. 706. jetty. lee shore. almshouse[obs3]. precipice. warning. coral reef. grappling iron. breakers ahead. grapnel. latency &c. covert.S. ballast. S. refuge for the destitute. anchor. break for taller timber [U. [Means of safety.] Pitfall. <-. shield. sunken rocks. incidit in Scyllam qui vult vitare Charybdim[Lat]. vent-peg. -. maelstrom. premonishment[obs3]. <-. 669. asylum. reefs. sword of Damocles. [Source of danger. early warning. wolf at the door. breakwater. safety valve. ironbound coast. Phr. fort &c.

stormy petrel. #670. Preservation. beware! ware! take care! look out! fore![golf]. [Means of preservation] prophylaxis. spial|. beacon. patrolman. save. war-cry. un averti en vaut deux[Fr]. salvation &c. premonish[obs3]. canned goods. beat of drum. prewarn[obs3]. laetrile. safe-keeping. fire cross. sentinel. ware. watch. bug-bear. alarum. hygiastics[obs3]. sentry. Mother Cary's chickens[obs3]. nurse. warning &c. signal of distress. plainclothesman.. take care of &c. bird of ill omen. sound the alarm &c. raise an alarm. additive. spy plane. keep alive. danger signal. spy. warning &c. gathering clouds. make safe &c. Adv. hue and cry. give notice. beware. support. preserver. conservation &c. beat an alarm &c. susteritation[obs3]. be safe. signal post. preserve. forewarn. death watch.N. [Superstitious remedies] snake oil. monitory. caution. clouds in the horizon. V. spy-in-the-sky. (careful) 459. watchman. foghorn. (cautious) 864. alarming &c. v. cry of wolf. warned. cover. v. (care) 459. biocide. mind what you are about!. take heed at one's peril. keep. yellow flag. conservatism. note of alarm. (threat) 909. 335 . alarm. cry wolf. (care) 459. verbum sat sapienti [Latin: a word to the wise is sufficient]. refrigerate. sauve qui peut[Fr]! [French: every man for himself]. battre la generale[Fr]. 668. vedette[obs3]. (indication of locality) 550. bandog[obs3].not willingly let die. tocsin. raise the alarm. picket. tinned goods. give warning.] Alarm. 993. spider webs. admonish. maintain. scout. canning. patrol. put on one's guard. foenum habet in cornu[Lat]. preservation. qui vive? [Fr]. guard camera. le silence du people est la legon des rois[Fr]. watch and ward. radar. 864. U2 plane. red light. alarm. antifungals[Med]. cautionary. housedog[obs3].. (storage) 636. rear guard. [Indication of danger. 669. give an alarm. charm &c. #669. ne reveillez pas le chat qui dort [French: don't wake a sleeping cat]. ring the tocsin. warn. mole. n. take care what you are about! mind! Phr. fogsignal. monitor. dehort[obs3]. admonitory. Adj. police whistle. sound the alarm. alerts. take warning. cordon sanitaire[Fr]. on one's guard &c. blue lights. preservative. bugaboo. sound an alarm.. hygiantics[obs3]. AWACS. premonitory. V. watchdog. turn in an alarm. 664. sustain. support. 668. advanced guard. sematic[Biol]. spy satellite. hold. larum[obs3]. warn &c. turn in the alarm. in terrorem[Lat] &c. lighthouse &c. ensilage. vis conservatrix[obs3]. maintenance. antibiotics. cure-all. keep up. -. croak.N. bank up. warwhoop. v. watchtower. menace &c. rescue. caveat actor. keep on ice. -. lookout. fire bell. (deliverance) 672.signs of the times. sound of trumpet. V. Int. admonitive[obs3]. undercover agent. bivouac. red flag. give the alarm. alarm bell. drugget[obs3]. (threaten) 909. false alarm. keep watch and ward &c. cautiousness &c. Adj. beat the alarm. forewarned &c.. Int.

slip through the hands. Preparation. prophylactic.bring through. redemption.p. can. (avoid) 623. unmarred. [Means of escape] loophole &c. Adj. husband &c. get off.escaping. preserved &c. elude &c. Escape. extrication. accouterment. stand one's ground &c. stolen away. 627. reprieve. escape scot-free. salvation. respite. -. break loose. v.N. rescue. precaution. outfit. v. 60. 750. Adj. break loose from prison. narrow escape. predisposition. (plan) 626. conservative. Int. radiate. (store) 636. redeemableness[obs3]. vent peg. save one's skin. escaped &c. preserving &c. get away. get the wheel out of the rut.escape. safe and sound. preparation. make one's escape. save one's bacon. reprieve &c. retrieve &c. anticipation &c. intact. stare super antiquas vias [Lat][Bacon]. saved &c. salt. adjustment &c. safety valve. (defend) 717. slip through the fingers. scape. pasteurize. refuse &c. hold one's own. emancipation. unhurt. pot. -. snatch from the jaws of death. refugee &c. (restore) 660. uninjured. 666. scape. hygienic. find a hole to creep out of. unimpaired. v. cure. fled. disappear. elopement. (go away) 293.. hairbreadth escape.N. v. concentrate. unbroken. break jail. bottle. reprieval[obs3]. break away. nolumus leges Angliae mutari[Lat][obs3]. evaporate. clearance. fire escape. weather the storm &c. come to the rescue. preservatory[obs3]. <-. escape. Precursory Measures % #673. evasion &c. emancipate.. provision. 750. forecast &c. 336 . pickle.. dry. redeemable.. tuning. deliver. (fugitive) 623. get clear off. slip the collar. extricate. save. effect one's escape. break out. (resist) 719. ransom. find vent. impunity. array. bring off. deliverance. get rid of. vanish. slip away. make off &c. lyophilize[Chem]. 215 --> #672. vent.N. give one the slip. flight. freeze-dry.. redeem. embalm. gaol delivery. safe. hold one's ground. extricable. providence. rescue.guard &c. providing &c. season. tirer d'affaire[Fr]. Phr. march off &c. equipment. -. avolation|. wriggle out of prison. rescuable. note of preparation. kyanize|. get well out of. v. [Putting in order] arrangement &c. make good one's escape. freeze. V. Phr. come off. riddance.. with a whole skin. (opening) 260. to the rescue! % 3. V. deep-freeze. 23. quick-freeze. retreat. armament. liberation &c. be rid of. rehearsal. (safe) 664. the bird has flown the coop. unsinged[obs3]. echapper belle[Fr]. sterilize. Deliverance. liberation &c. rid. (avoidance) 623. path &c. #671. preconcertation[obs3]. close call. tin. drawbridge. Adj. preservative. (foresight) 510. (deliverance) 672.

till the soil. (habituate) 613. barbecue. avant-coureur[Fr]. shuffle the cards. put in working order. season. make preparations. lay the basis. first stone. batching. trim one's foils. brewing. breed. fit-out. put in harness. mature. provisional. plow the ground. put in train. readiness.. (form) 240. hold oneself in readiness. prepare. dress the ground. arm. fit up. brooding. concoction. betrim[obs3]. lick into shape &c. put in tune. veniente occurrere morbo[Lat]. clear for action. trailblazer. make ready. take measures. Adj. maturity. trainer. sitting. forthcoming. lay the first stone &c. shoulder arms. cradle. in hand. put in trim. v. warming pan. preparatory. ripen. be prepared. stepping-stone. make all snug. lay the foundations. provide. make provision for. afoot. roughhew. (fit) 27. forearm. tilling[ Preparation of the soil]. mellowness. semination[obs3]. pioneer. elaboration. (education) 537. screw up. beat up for recruits. in agitation. un impromptu fait a loisir[Fr]. nurture &c. bring to maturity. plowing. rig. (expect) 507. in embryo. furnish. get the steam up. on the stocks. keep on foot. dress up. in preparation. dig a mine. on foot. groundwork. scaffolding. fix the basis. lie in wait for &c. cultivation. wind up. ripeness. make sure against. equip. keep one's powder dry. fettle. V. fix the groundwork. (plan) 626. set one's house in order. 637. cooking[ Preparation of food]. take steps. close one's ranks. cultivate the soil. set. under consideration &c. brewing. refurbish. fledge. clear the decks. afloat. get up. attune. whet the sword. feather one's nest. gestation.. smelt. brush up. (plan) 626 prepare the ground. maturate. vamp up. lay oneself out for. serve an apprenticeship &c. provide against a rainy day. foundation. make sure. cookery. [Preparer] preparer. rehearse. lay a train. stevedore. in store for. whet the knife. [State of being prepared] preparedness. anticipate &c. prime. forecast &c. open the door to &c. take precautions. (support) 215. fix the foundations. in course of preparation. [Preparation of men] training &c. have a rod in pickle. voortrekker[Afrikaans]. anneal. preparing &c.ripening &c. lay in provisions &c. set in order. put in gear. provide against. train &c. batching. prepare oneself. (begin) 66. inure &c. put the horses to. pack. infumate|. hammer out. incubation. provident. digestion. (facilitate) 705. (teach) 537. Adj. inurement &c. preparative. predispose. for. prime and load. v. cook. adjust &c. navvy[obs3]. put in a groove for. novitiate. erect the scaffolding. sappers and miners. dig the foundations. pavior[obs3]. echafaudage[Fr]. get into harness. sharpen one's tools. settle preliminaries. prepare for the evil day. lay the groundwork. scaffold &c. dress. guard against. in reserve. block out. principiis obstare[Lat]. get ready. sowing. hatch. brew. mellow. (habit) 613. temper. (foresee) 510. sow the seed. make investments. elaborate. array. sound the note of preparation. be ready &c. on the anvil. culinary art. 337 . maturation. reculer pour mieux sauter[Fr]. packer. (arrange) 60. man.. in train. avantcourrier[Fr]. put in order &c. gird up one's loins. (aid) 707. garnish. buckle on one's armor. cut out work. evolution. furbish up. prepare &c. (learn) 539. precautionary. accouter.

out of order. semper paratus[Lat]. unpolished. unorganized. handy. be unprepared &c. in gear. essay. happy-go-lucky. undressed. disqualified. Adv. shiftless. rough copy &c. improvise. highly-wrought. "looking before and after " [Hamlet]. Adj. improvisation &c. state of nature. untrimmed. premature. on the alert &c. [prepare &c. virgin soil. v. in full feather. caught napping &c. improvident. in battle array. ready to one's band. at one's post. unlabored[obs3]. ripe. (inexpectant) 508[obs3]. speculation. 216 --> #674. indigested[obs3]. improvised. incomplete &c. inconcoction|. unfurnished. immaturity. untutored. unthrifty. unready. debut. rudimental. green. out of gear. 53. struggle. abortion. unfledged. 673. 612. (impulse) 612. adventure. unbegun. unguarded. probation &c. thriftless. abortive. crude. Essay.inchoate. want preparation. coarse. natural. si vis pacem para bellum[Lat]. lie fallow. in best bib and tucker. (vigilant) 459. unsown. untilled. improvidence. in working order. deckle-edged[obs3]. ready made. en deshabille[Fr]. 635. 338 . in readiness. extempore &c. endeavor. rawness &c. working gear. unprovided. non-preparation. [Absence of art] nature. <-. (skilled) 698. prepared &c. labored. ad lib. in harness. in a state of nature.. 226. 460. absence of preparation. sword in hand. (precedent) 62. unboiled.p. raw. unprepared &c. (render useless) 645. unconcocted. venture. up in arms... unmellowed[obs3]. against. unseasoned. abroach[obs3]. ad lib. crudity. unscripted. worked up. armed to the teeth. undrilled. unfashioned[obs3]. in dishabille. v. -. unlicked[obs3]. armed at all points. unformed. lack preparation. (plan) 626. unripe. booted and spurred. mellow. pukka[obs3]. unexercised. disqualification. 612. undress &c. Nonpreparation. spontaneous. ready cut and dried: made to one's hand. in practice. in anticipation of. in preparation. uncultivated. unarranged[obs3]. untaught. in utrumque paratus[Lat]. without preparation &c. want of preparation. armed cap a pie. unfitted. unhewn[obs3]. 153. elaborate. thoughtless. at harness. unnurtured[obs3]. fallow. precocious.. raw material &c. extemporaneous. unhatched. kachcha[obs3]. on the table. in war paint. mature. unleavened. #675. a bove majori discit arare minor[Lat]. unweeded garden. unpremeditated &c.N. Adj. embryonic. V. ad libitem [Latin]. Adv. aim. 673]. ill-digested. ready. live from hand to mouth. Phr. unequipped. attempt. Adj. dismantled &c. in the rough. untrained. in arms.N. for. inculture|. practiced &c. neglect &c. in the saddle. uneducated. extemporize. rough hewn. unblown. rough cast. undigested. s'embarquer sans biscuits[Fr]. smelling of the lamp. immature. unwrought. [Render unprepared] dismantle &c. under revision. coup d'essai[Fr]. trial. snug. -. unqualified. germ &c. unrehearsed. preliminary &c.

make use of. take advantage of. take in hand. plunge into. 769. disposal. (promise) 768. first move &c. 463. work up. have many irons in the fire &c. play. make the most of. fall back upon. Use. try one's luck. usefulness &c. grope one's way. v. launch forth. tempt. devote. break the neck of a business. take betake oneself to. lay one's hands on. work. consumption. (business ) 625. compact &c. 625. wield. experimental &c. (determination) 604. 66. V. manipulate. exercise. empirical.p. agency &c. adhibition[obs3]. V. put into requisition. Adj. experimentally &c. consecrate.. set about. (promise) 768. feel one's way.N. broach. undertaking. use one's best endeavor. -. one's (originate) 153. by rule of thumb. for. make a shift with. institute &c. application. set forward. V. essay. engage in. try hard. experiment &c.. employ. adventure. fall to. engage &c. emprise[obs3]. Adj. set to work. put to use. do one's best &c. essaying &c. push. lay one's hand to the plow. take upon one's shoulders. strive. practice. take one's chance. engagement &c. recourse. set to work. take upon oneself. probationary. 644. set in motion. have recourse to. have in hand &c. set to. put in hand. volunteer. set up shop. enlist into the service. <-. ply. avail. Int. v. here goes! #677. tackle. chi non s'arrischia non guadagna[Fr][obs3]. use. put in operation. try.(experiment) 463. call into play. (beginning) 66. turn to account. try. move. enterprise. take up. launch into. (physical) 170. render useful &c. venture. go to do. recur to. apprentice oneself to. apply.N. if one may be so bold. (activity) 682. exercise. 463. handle. exert. call forth. tempt fortune. put one's hand to the plow. wear. dedicate. service. put in practice. -. avail oneself of. adventure. pick one's way.. put in execution. resort to. at a venture. [Conversion to use] utilization. (exertion) 686. benefit. bring to bear upon. usufruct. convert to use. put one's foot in. Phr. pilgrimage. make a bold push. Undertaking. matter in hand &c. bring into play. speculate. resort. go about. devote oneself to &c. put in action. betake oneself to. make a cat's-paw of. attempt. on the anvil &c. on trial. begin &c. [Way of using] usage. try one's fortune. draw forth. contract &c. make an attempt. turn to use. venture. adhibit[obs3]. take up with. tentative. 339 . (business) 625. play off. endeavor. aut non tentaris aut perfice [Lat][Ovid]. use. make the best of. put one's hand to. undertaking &c. Adj. mold. exercitation[obs3]. use one's endeavor. turn one's hand to.. 217 --> #676. utilize. Adv. profit by. appliance. embark in. 769. dispose of. 644. be in. press into service. make a handle of. employ. put one's shoulder to the wheel. undertake. employment. try one's hand.

make away with &c. Adj. not use. v. abstinence. unspent. tour de force &c. execution. shelve. gest transaction[obs3]. absorb. coup de main. movement. cut blocks with a razor. commit. (Render useless) 645. lay up. carry on. lay on the shelf. bout. (display) 882. v. disuse. praxis. done with.N.. consume. (plan) 626. misusage. achievement &c. profanation. ludere cum sacris[Lat]. workmanship. work. Disuse. lay by. feat. act. unapplied. agency &c. deed. execute. keep on the shelf. disused &c. put aside. leave off. stitch. task. play. labor &c. discard &c. throw overboard. passage. proceeding. stroke of policy &c. measure. overtask. (exertion) 686. Action. Simple voluntary Action % #680. employ a steam engine to crack a nut. VOLUNTARY ACTION 1. dealings. desecration. manufacture. actor &c. waive. (completion) 729. work. #678. V. disuse. give warning. procedure &c. misemployment[obs3]. misappropriation. not required. step. remain unemployed &c. heave overboard . doing. 340 . let alone. (instrumental) 631. desuetude &c. perform. 638. touch. 782. cast to the dogs. undisposed of. exercise. catch at a straw. misemploy. have done with. put to task. disusage[obs3]. V. keep back. perpetration. wear. do without. set aside. neglect. move. stroke. -. supersede.. handicraft. (doer) 690.. &c.use up.lay up in ordinary. abuse. unculled. misappropriate. well-worn. lay up in a napkin. lay aside. ungathered[obs3]. v. overt act. do. lie unemployed . profane. 218 --> % Section Ill. exercise. blow. operation. dismantle &c. exploit. doings. job. Misuse. misuse. used &c. cast to the winds. business &c. v. (relinquish) 782. forbearance. unemployed.N. misuse. <-. -. untrodden. abstain. coup d'etat[Fr]. action. practice. uncalled for. tax. handiwork. forbear. 644. maneuver. (complete) 729. 818. relinquishment &c. (destroy) 162. v. perpetrate. (want of habit) 614. swallow up. reserve. evolution. achieve &c. V. overwork: squander &c. performance. abuse. overtax. in use. excitation. desecrate. prostitution.N. not touch. misapplication. #679.. (power at work) 170. prosecute. throw aside &c. Adj. 625. misused &c. coup. Phr. -. enact. dismiss. (conduct) 692. not used &c. 638. cast overboard . well-trodden. Adj. useful &c. (eject) 297. spare.p. subservient &c. inflict. expend. transact. unexercised. misapply. waste &c. Adj. unessayed[obs3]. untouched. dispense with. prostitute: waste &c.

. be inactive &c. pull an oar. lend a hand. nonintervention. in flagrante delicto[Lat]. soft snap. ply one's task. actions speak louder than words.employ oneself. noninterference. pass the time. not doing &c. (complete) 729. act upon. unoccupied. arise. inaction. mix oneself up with &c. 460. 683. bide one's time. abstain from doing. (inactive) 683. featherbedding. Browning]. talk against time. rest &c. be at work. neglect &c. perform a part in. be a participator in. wait.. 162. time hanging on one's hands. while one's hand is in. lie in wait. take steps. lie to. kick one's heels. do away with. have to do with. fronte capillata post est occasio calva[Lat]. undone. Fabian policy. not attempt. lift a finger. inoccupation[obs3]. (conduct) 692. take down. have in hand &c. stop &c. tide it over. run in a race. lie rest upon one's oars. Phr. dolce far niente[It]. "the great end of life is not knowledge but action " [Huxley]. have a hand in. lie by. V. (business) 625. doing &c. let it have its way. want of occupation. quiescence &c. beguile the time. participate in. not act. lie fallow. desist &c. put oneself in motion. lie idle. labor &c. do nothing. (meddle) 682. put in practice. dii pia facta vident [Lat][Ovid]. Adj. (relinquish) 624. leave alone. Inaction. take in hand &c. 686. rest and be thankful. "action is eloquence" [Coriolanus]. not do. come into operation &c. let alone. remit one's efforts. fare fac[It]. not stir. strike a blow. waste time &c. let the grass grow under one's feet. passive. lie in ordinary. refrain &c. have a finger in the pie. conservative policy. take a part in. idle hours. (avoid) 623 keep oneself from doing. spare. stretch forth one's hand. #681. vivre-ce nest pas respirer c'est agir[Fr][obs3]. "we live in deeds not years" [Bailey]. take to pieces. act a part in. pause &c. (power at work) 170. be in action. in operation &c. destroy &c. or be forever fall'n" [Paradise Lost].N. slug. be a party to. in harness. play a part in. featherbed. "awake. pursue a course. actum aiunt ne agas [obs3][Lat][Terence]. officiate. not done &c. let well alone. v. stand aloof. hold. have nothing to do. not move. desaeuvre[Fr]. acting. inactivity &c. -. Adj. act. 170. 690. bear a hand. faire[Fr]. not lift a peg. quieta non movere[Lat]. soft thing. faire sans dire[Fr]. (undertake) 676. keep quiet. " our deeds are sometimes better than our thoughts" [Bailey].. unemployed. in the thick of. fill up the time. operate. out of employ. 341 . relax one's efforts. shape one's course &c. live and let live. (repose) 687. in the midst of. fallow. be an actor &c. whistle for want of thought. laisser aller[Fr]. (cease) 142. out of work. abstinence from action. not lift a foot. while away the time. lie on the shelf. passiveness. take time. noshow job. undo. let things take their course. cushy job. (be quiet) 265. v. cool one's heels. Adv. not lift a finger. "thought is the soul of act" [R. carry into execution &c. fold one's hands. 683. let be. let pass. on duty. sinecure. in the act. fold one's arms. v. let well enough alone. red-handed. in action. stare super antiquas vias[Lat][obs3]. while away tedious hours. 265. take action.

ado. abandon. dash. no sinecure. zeal. hasten. exertion &c. intermeddling. 342 . painstaking. run riot. movement. steal a march. kill two birds with one stone. busy hum of men. bustle. speed. racketing. keep up the ball. restlessness. plod. 282. get up early. devotion &c. pickthank[obs3]. vigilance &c. with the hands behind one's back. insomnium[obs3]. vim. adj. fidget. make a stir. perseverance &c. 604a. fuss. 134 lose no time. wakefulness. make haste &c. press of business. keep moving. devotee. stir about. make short work of. have one's hands full. rouse oneself. 684. intrigue. agility.. intermeddler. life. fuss. plenty to do. 142. despatch. rise. animation. overdo. sharp blade. thick of the action. outdo. vigor &c. re infecta[Lat]. 684. great doings. interposition. have many irons in the fire. with folded arms. stir.. V. les bras croisis[Fr]. bestir oneself. so let it be! stop! &c. toll &c. lay about one. assiduity. cunctando restituit rem "If it ain't broke don't fix it" [Lat][Bert Lance].p.]. hands off! Phr. pour passer le temps[Fr]. tampering with. stare decisis [Latin: (Law) let the decision stand]. busy oneself in. 459. <-. (physical energy) 171.. overact. velocity. arouse oneself. briskness. intentness. expedition. pervigilium[obs3]. do one's best take pains &c. indefatigation|. insomnia. fidgetiness. laboriousness. perfervidum aingenium[Lat][obs3]. make the most of one's time. hummer. sedulity. make progress &c. industry. (labor) 686. activity. 274. not lose a moment. make a toil of a pleasure. adj. (resolution) 604. not suffer the grass to grow under one's feet. be active &c. (exert oneself) 686. new brooms. go all lengths. dispatch.S. with the hands in the pockets. be busy. alacrity. vivacity. not have a moment to spare. work wonders. overlay. &c.]. push forward. adj. snap. keep the pot boiling. at a stand. ardor. make a push. punctuality &c. sleeplessness. have other fish to fry.Adv. peg away. dabbling. -. live man [U.. look sharp. overshoot the mark. push. 686. not have a moment that one can call one's own. have all one's eyes about one &c. busy bee. liveliness &c. do wonders. empressement[Fr]. have one's fling. dash off. pottering. drudgery &c. stir. be about. hustler. (haste) 684. stir one's stumps. sharp fellow. enthusiast. (labor) 686. bother.N. energy. many irons in the fire. battle of life. busybody. spirit. flurry &c. raise up. quickness &c. habits of business. zealot. kick up a dust. rustler * [U. promptitude. fight one's way. persist &c. earnestness. hustle. Int. have other things to do. nimbleness. adj. haste &c. interference. have much on one's hands. housewife. smartness. S. (early) 132. improve the shining hour. meddling. intriguer. officiousness. eagerness. meddler. stick at nothing. go ahead. (vigilance) 459. bustle. seize the opportunity &c. (persevere) 604a.. Activity. assiduousness &c. elbow one's way. run the round of. 219 --> #682. diligence. make a fuss.

in full swing. adj. somnolence. tripping. live wide-awake &c. thrust one's nose in. afoot.. nulla dies sine linea [Latin][Pliny]. meddling &c. (attention) 457. occupied. painstaking. on duty. plodding. resolute &c. fast &c. nimble as a squirrel. fidgety. awake.have a hand in &c. fussy. working. animated. have a finger in the pie. hard at work.. "veni vidi vici" [Lat][Suetonius]. segnitude|. nimble. alive and kicking. eager.with haste &c. restless as a hyena. (delay) 133. interpose. (slowness) 275. mix oneself up with. on one's legs. lively. obtrude. 686. (opportunity) 134[Latin: seize the day]. 606. schwere Arbeit in der Jugend ist sanfte Ruhe im Alter[German: hard work in youth means soft rest in age]. full tilt. zealous. instant. at call. 686. moil. interfere. forward. spry. stupor &c. broad awake. meddle. rustiness. obstinacy &c. indolence. expeditious. 343 . busy as hen with one chicken. businesslike.. intent &c. be alive. -. Adj. busy. torpor. <-. prompt. restless. vivacious. languor. v. the plot thickens. tamper with. "the busy hum of men " [Milton]. nodding &c. busy. brisk. dawdling &c. pottering. hard at it. inertness &c. ready. unsleeping[obs3]. eventful. stirring. alert. idleness.p. inactivity. actively &c. pushing. notable.S. indefatigable &c. astir. 265. up and doing. unwearied. brisk as a bee. never tired. 684. busy as a one-armed paperhanger. 681. otiosity[obs3]. (swift) 274. lentor[obs3]. yare[obs3]. diligent. (persevering) 604a. put in one's oar. torpidity. on foot. quiescence &c. agoing[obs3]. frisky. inaction &c. remissness &c. 172. torpescence[obs3]. on the alert. ergophobia[obs3]. nec mora nec requies [Latin][Vergil]. procrastination &c.. No sooner said than done &c. catch a weasel asleep. dullness &c. quick. lull &c. featly[obs3]. up and stirring. with wings. in harness. nimble-footed. sloth. light-footed. strenuous. go-ahead. with might and main &c. segnity|.. (insensibility) 823. (early) 132. &c. (cessation) 142. (vigilant) 459. industrious. agitate. agile. full of business. stirring. hard-working &c. sedulous. adj. 220 --> #683. in earnest. rust. meddlesome. abends wird der Faule fleissig [obs3][German]. indiligence[obs3]. Int. drowsiness &c.. in mediis rebus[Lat]. 604. active. up to one's ears in. adj. carpe diem &c. take an active part. intrigue. at work. brisk as a lark. enterprising. intermeddle. sluggishness &c. (act in) 680. look sharp! move on.N. trouble. up in arms. oscitancy[obs3]. officious.]. smart. push on! keep moving! go ahead! stir your stumps! age quod agis[Lat]! jaldi[obs3]! karo[obs3]! step lively! Phr. Adv. poke one's nose in. spirited. alive. oscitation[obs3]. dictum ac factum [Lat][Terence]. (intelligent) 498[U. adj. look alive. overofficious[obs3]. busy as a bee. one's head about. quick as a lamplighter. bustling. with life and spirit. workaday. v. assiduous. v. intrigant[obs3]. sharp. Inactivity.

loaf. sedative. hypnotism. trifle away time. lethargical[obs3].shilly-shally &c. fall asleep. ecstasis[obs3]. drone. hypnotic. lagging &c. peddle. dabble. somnific[obs3]. loafer. listless. sleeping partner. close the eyes. 174. inert.]. [Cause of inactivity] lullaby. heavy. heavy. exanimate[obs3]. slumber. V. dormant. yawn. dull. slothful. be asleep. settle to sleep. &c. torpid. loll. lounger. sleepful[obs3]. torpedo. lazy as Ludlam's dog. nap. sluggardize[obs3]. slouch. somnifacient[obs3]. lazzarone[It]. lose time. lazy. heavily. do-little faineant[Fr]. snooze. sleep at one's post. soporous[obs3]. (loosening) 47. dilatory. somnolent. take time in. slug. hang fire. napping. fiddle-faddle. sluggish. sleep like a dormouse. lotus eater. lounge. heavy sleep. take a nap &c. laggard. truant &c. flagging. lead an easy life. weigh down the eyelids. relaxant. snooze. take things as they come. slumber. sluggard. sleep. (irresolute) 605. dormouse. spend time in. be inactive &c. n. afternoon farmer. opium eater. nod. sleepy. idle. pottering &c. [person who is inactive] idler. v. sound asleep. lethargy. loiter. v. droil[obs3]. take it easy. loll in the lap of luxury. somniferous. hang back. do nothing &c.. doze off. remiss. v. dummy. balmy sleep. slow &c. sleep like a top. mopus[obs3].) 275. asleep. torpescent[obs3]. fruges consumere natus[Lat].. seal up eyelids. slow coach &c. hypnology[obs3]. go to sleep over. piddle. dozy[obs3]. trance. pottering. snore one's best. Castle of Indolence. Morpheus. heavy eyelids. languid. (doing nothing) 681 unbusied[obs3]. dull work. flag. otiose. poke. in the arms of Morpheus. lag. let the grass grow under one's feet. motionless &c. lubbard[obs3]. vegetate. faddle fribble[obs3]. render idle &c. leaden. drowze[obs3]. rusty. expend itself. 275. sound sleep. 265. sound as a top. dream. heavy with sleep.pandiculation[obs3]. waste the precious hours. sleep. slumberer. goldbrick. fritter away time. waste time. adj. drowsy. statuvolic[obs3]. oversleep. 344 . slugabed. coma. 275. sleeping pill. supine. go to bed. consume time. anaesthetic. lollop[obs3]. sleep like a log. nap. potter. snore. general anaesthetic &c. wink of sleep. statuvolent[obs3]. mitigate &c. move slowly &c. soulless. lumpish[obs3]. Somnus.. drawl. in a sound sleep. marmot. idle away time. drop asleep. sleeping. (slow. unoccupied &c. relaxation &c. lackadaisical. go to sleep. maudlin. siesta. eat the bread of idleness. swim with the stream.. get some z's. in the lap of Morpheus. inactive. pudder[obs3]. fool away time. slack. dawdle. drony[obs3]. lusk[obs3]. sleep soundly. burn daylight. hibernate. 681. stack z's [coll. lubber. dilly-dally. goldbicker. forty winks. comatose. (runaway) 623: bummer|!. dronish[obs3].. doze. kill time. tranquilizer. dead asleep. soporific. ne battre que d'une aile[Fr][obs3]. take one's time. turn. soporiferous[obs3]. Adj. adj. relax. waiter on Providence. hibernation. drop off. droil[obs3]. doze.. indolent. get sleep. fast asleep. dream. 174. loll in the lap of indolence. seal up the eyes. statuvolence heaviness[obs3]. dally. go off to sleep. lethargic. fiddle-faddle. languish. dawdle. lag|!.

. spare moments. dash on. precipitately &c. 345 . immediately &c. in hot haste. whip. plunge. furious. urgency. Haste. spare hours. bustle. (rest) 687. make the best of one's way. urge. have not a moment to lose. hurry. sauve qui peut[French: every man for himself][panic]. by forced marches. cursory. vacant hour.N. with breathless speed. forced march. "the timely dew of sleep" [Milton]. express. time to spare. 174. relaxation &c. lose not an instant. splutter. by spurts. skurry[obs3]. haste. leisure. despatch. boisterous. " better 50 years of Europe than a cycle of Cathay" [Tennyson]. no time to be lost. #685. precipitancy. at short notice &c. n. barrel along. railroad. expedite. you dragons of the night" [Cymbeline]. helter-skelter. time on one's hands. lose no time. apace &c. hastily.. impetuous. time. 274. head and shoulders. convenience. flurry. brusque. plunge headlong. precipitate. "swift. hasty. hurry. n. 221 --> #684. hurried. adj. fussy. make haste. Phr. headlong. bestir oneself &c. Phr. urgent. heels over head. holiday. put on. spurt. unawakened. fidget. rush &c. "the mystery of folded sleep" [Tennyson]. a corps perdu[Fr]. scuttle along.. (early) 132. with all haste. spare time. sedative &c. holus-bolus. dart to and fro. Adv. -. bundle on. make short work of. hurry on. pushing. by telegraph. inactively &c..]. accelerate. make the best of one's time. hotheaded. adj. hasten. be in haste. full drive. haste makes waste. the eyes begin to draw straws. "idly busy rolls their world away " [Goldsmith]. precipitation. scrambling. precipitate. Adv. whip on. adj. dash off. by express. unawakened. breathless. speed. dreamy.hypnotic. V. pressed for time. maggiore fretta minore atto [Italian]. haste. be in a hurry &c.. jump at. bustle. flutter. swift. (swiftly) 274. "thou driftest gently down the tides of sleep" [Longfellow]. headlong. quicken &c. -. 274. all at once &c. dash. "bankrupt of life yet prodigal of ease" [Dryden]. in a hurry &c. no sooner said than done &c. with haste. (instantaneously) 113..p. have not a moment to spare. hop skip and jump. be precipitate &c. scramble. feverish. <-. work against time. in haste. brusquerie[obs3]. precipitousness &c. slapdash. by cable. posthaste. (early) 132. press on. at leisure &c. ease. adj. have no time... push on. 685. balmy sleep" [Young]. Leisure. lose not a moment. by fits and starts. press forward.. otium cum dignitate [Lat][obs3][Cic. devil take the hindmost. hurry-skurry[obs3]. (violence) 173. scramble. hard pressed.N. "stand not upon the order of your going but go at once" [Macbeth]. acceleration. fuss. n. velocity &c. Adj. dispatch. a word and a blow. make a dash &c. in all haste. in haste &c. drive. slap-bang. full-tilt. balmy. ohne Hast aber ohne Rast [German][Goethe's motto]. impetuosity. amain[obs3]. adj. (be active) 682. spirt[obs3]. flutter. "tired Nature's sweet restorer. rush..

deliberate. go all lengths. labor. manual labor. hard work. do the best one can. unhurriedly. Adv. strive. fag. do one's utmost. labor day and night. Adj. strain. gymnastic. fall to work. do the work. with a strong hand. #686. struggle. exert oneself. stretch a long arm. put forth a strong arm. hard-working. wearisome. drudgery. do all in one's power. at one's ease. undisturbed. time hanging heavy on one's hands. vi et armis[Lat]. wear and tear. lustily. have one's whole soul in his work. buckle to. trouble oneself. pains. limae labor[Lat]. take the laboring oar bestir oneself (be active) 682. use one's utmost endeavor. work like a coal heaver. do as much as in one lies. while away the time &c. v. 346 . bend the bow. pugnis et calcibus[Lat]. calm. put all one's strength into. ply. eile mit Weile[Ger]. with might and main. trouble. laboring &c. no big rush. V.. on the stretch. sweat of one's brow. hammer at. herculean. 604. Adv. wade through. work like a horse. pull. operoseness[obs3]. be master of one's time. n. stress. totis viribus[Lat]. exercitation[obs3]. lay about one. uphill.. Adj. gymnastics. heart and soul. 275. (perseverance) 604a. quiet. repose &c. spare no efforts. take pains. put one's best leg foremost. try one's utmost. troublesome. 687. take one's time. do one's level best. operose[obs3]. unguibus et rostro[Lat]. Phr. stroke of work. spurt. spell. ado. -. stretch. energy &c. leisure. have leisure &c. go through fire and water &c. at leisure. work like a galley slave. effort. at a loose end. rough it. palestric[obs3]. exert one's energies. work day and night. dead lift. industry. put forth one's strength. laborious. spirt[obs3]. use one's best endeavor. elaborate. take trouble. laboriously &c. hammering. with much ado. fight one's way. play one's best card. stitch of work. tug. painstaking. resolution &c. stick to &c. strenuous. work like a cart horse. V. set one's shoulder to the wheel &c. no deadline. hammer and tongs. tax one's energies. spare no pains. slave. (persevere) hurry. industriousness. work double hours. warm work. put one's right leg foremost. work double tides.. work. fagging[obs3]. (resolution) 604. "a strong pull a long pull and a pull all together". take one's ease. strained. with all one's might. try one's best. through thick and thin &c. Exertion. do one's best. do double duty. work. be an idle man. take one's leisure. leave no stone unturned. throw. slow &c. (inaction) 681. anytime. tooth and nail. adj. strain every nerve. tug. toil and trouble. burn the candle at both ends. 275. with a sledge hammer. do all one can.N. exertion. manibus pedibusque[Lat]. leisurely. tug at the oar. operosity[obs3]. pull. moil. toil. labor. duty. toil. (resolution) 604. use exertion. toilsome. to the best of one's abilities. uphill work. exercise. work hard. hard at work. ply the oar. deliberately. move heaven and earth. travail. energetic. slavery. at loose ends. work one's way. redouble one's efforts. harvest time. heft. drag a lengthened chain. without undue haste. (physical) 171. sit up. drudge. sweat. do what lies in one's power. give one hundred percent. move slowly &c. swink[obs3].

shortness of breath. at rest. relaxation. out of breath. buen principio la mitad es hecha [Sp]. overtax. -. overtired. haggard. swoon. go to bed. drowsiness &c. dog-weary. used up. tired to death. anhelation. wearisome. v. fatigue. drop. lose wind. recline on a bed of down. #687. labor omnia vincit "labor. rest. pause &c. (get sleepy) 683. faint. spent. syncope." and still be doing.N.. 683. has its summit in Heaven" [Lat][Vergil][Carlyle]. tiredness. drooping &c. Adv. tired &c. take a holiday. 683. weary &c. puffing and blowing.. sleep &c. faintness. unrestored. harass. relaxed &c. jade. overfatigued. Sabbath. Lord's day. Adj. take breath &c. holiday. dyspnaeic[obs3]. weary. fatiguing &c v. tire. lipothymy[obs3]. worn out. aide-toi le ciel t'aidera[Fr]. hors de combat[Fr].p. short of breath. blow. Adj. shut up shop. pulled down. vacation..N. played out. Repose. task. overtask. done the sweat of one's brow. rest upon one's oars. overwork. lassitude. overstrain. shattered. Fatigue. le travail du corps delivre des peines de l'esprit [Fr][fr]. yawning. droop. unbend. 347 . wear out. go to sleep &c. recline on an easy chair. red-letter day. short of wind. bushed * [U. exhausted.. recline. anhelose[obs3]. Hornel]. swoon. deliquium[Lat]. worn. 222 --> #688. suo Marte. pause &c. fatigation|. Phr. collapse. tiresome. cosa ben fatta e' fatta due volie [It]. rest. [of materials and people] unstressed. (cease) 142. overspent. lie fallow &c. knocked up. on one's last legs. never done" [Butler]. weatherbeaten. reposing &c. dyspnoea. drowsy &c. (inaction) 681. dyspnaeal[obs3]. ora et labora[Lat]. breathing time. trying. relax.. strain. fainting. faint. take it easy. prostrate. footsore.S. broken winded. V. irksome. silken repose. weariness &c. prostration. succumb. rest and be thankful. breathless. v. knock up." it is better to wear out than to rust out" [Bp. be fatigued &c. manu forti[Lat]. short-breathed. halt. -. tax. take a rest. toilworn[obs3]. dies non. battered. all in. wide as the earth. ready to drop. altered. flag. recess. slacken. flag. wayworn:. fatigued. exhaustion. "to repair our nature with comforting repose" [Henry VIII]. prostrate.. puff.]. Phr. repose. unrefreshed[obs3]. respite. lose breath. goneness[obs3]. V. windless. short-winded. day of rest. more dead than alive. overburden. gasp. stay. lie down. stay one's hand. v. sweat. go to rest. exhaust. sink. walked off one's legs. yawn &c. pant. v[of people]. surbated|. seedy. 683. weary. 841. unstrained. blown."the best of men have ever loved repose" [Thompson]. (refresh) 689. 683. adj. 841. take one's ease. repose. <-. (cessation) 142. irk. fatigue.

gather breath. (revive) 660. vineyard. break. operator. bindery. forcing pit. perk up. roustabout. minister &c. mere tool &c. usine[obs3]. seamstress. refresh the inner man. slip. loom. factory. take a break. hive[specific types of workplace: list]. blacksmith. take breath. . kitchen. (commissioner) 758. executor. recruit. working man. particeps criminis[Lat]. spell. nailery[obs3]. bricklayer. lab. nursery. coworker. semstress[obs3]. forger. doer. recover one's strength. 746. matrix. cabinet. drink in the ozone. machinist. restoration. regain one's strength. raise one's head. feel like a giant refreshed. artist. Workshop. brace &c.N. alveary[obs3]. ant. representative &c. respire. fan. refection.N. branch office bureau. 834. operative.. 660. handicraftsman. bracing &c. navvy[obs3]. engineer. lumper[obs3]. perpetrator. smith. hack. alembic. regain breath. mechanician. termite. performer. atelier. maker. relief &c. caldron. workhouse. draw breath. builder. executrix. wright. freshen up. demiurgus. place of business. beauty parlor. laboratory. party to.. Phr. yard. furnace. refocillate|. #691. platelayer. 660. tailor. office. take five. -. drudge. manufacturer. unwearied. v. <-. 633. breathe. repair. worker. -. refreshing &c v. recovery of strength.p. reinvigorate. beast of burden. Agent. mill. take a breather. hothouse. manufactory. feel refreshed. mechanic. locksmith. day laborer. Adj. shop. bait. laboring man. wheelwright. plant. personnel. dockyard. studio. craftsman. needlewoman[obs3]. 159. 159. renew one's strength &c. ice cream[list]. factotum. stager. Vulcan. fag. refocillation|. carpenter. hotbed. workplace. soda pop. recuperation &c. bee. wharf. hand. participator in. sempstress[obs3]. agent. dramatis personae[Lat]. refresh. v. power plant. quorum pars magna fui [Lat][Vergil]. workshop. refreshment stand. workwoman. (instrument) 631. 223 --> #690. actor. mint. practitioner. crucible. cold soda. laborer. dock. refinery.beehive.-. refreshment. cannery. workman. forge. Refreshment. take a deep breath.#689. untired[obs3]. laboring oar. sailmaker. V. refreshed &c. (deputy) 759. ganger. hot dogs (food) . man. cordwainer[obs3]. air. regalement[obs3]. revival &c. faber est quisque fortunae suae [Lat]. get better. get one's second wind. hive of industry. armory. white ant. working bee. servant &c. servant of all work. journeyman. charwoman. artisan. repair &c. take a long breath. architect. recover breath. recuperative &c. artificer. foundry. works. 348 .. hewers of wood and drawers of water. come to oneself &c. foundery[obs3]. research institute. mason.N. (strengthen) 159. refreshments. (restore) 660.

board of control &c. walk. carry into effect. play a game. guise. manipulation. discharge. take steps. course. transaction &c. kingcraft[obs3]. superintendence. demean oneself. bossism [U. comport oneself. 625. MO. do &c. conduct oneself. portfolio. businesslike. show the way. working. v. lode star. race. rudder. eye of the master. 626. -. conducting &c. deportment. have the reins. career.]. statecraft. path &c. helm. economics. gubernation[obs3]. (council) 696. V. compass. stewardship. ways. [person who directs] director &c.N. carry out. proctorship[obs3]. have to do with. at the office. husbandry. 680.. lead on. modus operandi. pole star. demeanor. line of proceeding. observance. reins of government. % 2. surveillance. procedure. adopt a course. political economy. director &c. put into practice. carry through. execute. manage. be at the helm. method of operating. oversight. enact. cynosure. agency. 627. lead a life. shape one's course. seamanship. manner. get through. life. run a race. lead the way. behavior. (authority) 737. executive. government &c. game plan. treatment. economy. management. at the shop. steer one's course. carry on. -. administration. despatch. chair. Conduct. prescribe. managery[obs3]. regime. deal with. conduct.N. govern. cut out work for. Adj. maintien[obs3]. pilotage. reins. 680. bail one's own boat. method &c. business &c. steerage. (direction) 693. proceed with. strategics[obs3]. carry oneself. load star. senatorship. generalship. ministration. handle 349 . handle a case. charge. bead. bear oneself. 224 --> #693. housewifery. needle. control. housekeeping. play one's cards. game. V. ministry. 625. Direction. government. policy. strategy. premiership. transact[cause to occur].S. conduct. Complex Voluntary Action % #692. line of action. work out. take the lead.Adj. legislature. direction. comportment. polity. menage. direct. paddle one's own canoe. shift for oneself. pilot. <-. at work. guiding star. carriage. guidance. regulate. plan &c. (direct) 693. acquit oneself. dealing. 694. queencraft[obs3]. role. command &c.p. supervise &c. stewardship. play one's paint. bearing. management. take measures. line of conduct. go through. regulation. behave oneself. lead. campaign. (action) 680. supervision. practical. practice. manage. tactics. treat. record. strategical. execution. legislation. participate &c. dispatch. 694. steer. conduct. put into effect. officiate &c. course of conduct. guide. statesmanship. process. conduct[actions of an individual agent]. tackle [intransitive] take the helm. statesmanship. take a course. order.

helmsman. adhortation|. coachman. administer. pull the wires. preside at the board. housekeeper. cabman. clerk of works. secretary of state. 350 . guide. take the direction. croupier. statist|!. premier. whip. flugelman[obs3]. leader. whipper in. at the helm. Adv. corypheus. arbiter &c. major-domo[obs3]. have charge of. superintendent. Draco. superintend.N. person in authority &c. message. (council) 696. supercargo[obs3]. overlook. linkboy[obs3]. caporal[obs3]. Reis Effendi. directing &c. admonition &c. boss one around. #694. matronize[obs3]. straw boss. director. steward. agent &c. doctor. (information) 527. Adj. drive. Jehu. -. eparch[obs3]. #695. have the direction. preside. captain &c. submonition|. prompter. recommendation. charge. statesman. mentor. control. have the charge of. middleman. adviser &c. chair. comptroller. Minos. ringleader. look after. ex officio. speaker. at the head of. counselor. board &c. master &c. moderator. inspector. (persuasion) 615. driver. instruction. bureaucrat. 695. steermate[obs3]. principal. boss [U. head center. Adv. fugleman[obs3]. 758. 745. boss. leech|!.. Nestor. seneschal. teamster. physician. see to. minister. speech from the throne. husband. hegemonic. chart &c.the reins. landreeve[obs3].S. vetturino[obs3]. senator. (civil authority) 745. surveyor. (guidance) 693. hold office. aedile[obs3]. mayor &c. head. counsel. (information) 527. vizier. demagogue. supervise. overseer. intendant. rule &c. tool. muleteer. politician. governor. 745. supervisor. take the chair. overlooker[obs3]. ranger. take the reins. postilion. charioteer. man in office. advocacy. red-tapist[obs3]. chairwoman. monitor. office bearer. expostulation &c. (command) 737. procurator. have the care of. King's message. Jack in office. word to the wise. bellwether. strategist. be in the chair. chairman. (deputy) 759. ministrate[obs3]. (dissuasion) 616. president. lawgiver. collector. Director. vicar &c. conductor. shepherd. injunction. boss. taskmaster. obtestation[obs3]. factotum. factor.]. advisement. file leader..N. prime minister. occupy the chair. (master) 745. hold the portfolio. precentor[obs3]. visitor. monitor. steersman. political dictator. suggestion. -. guide &c. 540. pilot. functionary. magnus Apollo[Lat][obs3]. guiding star &c. agitator. chairperson. keep in order. (judge) 967. Queen's speech. rector. carman. archiater[obs3]. pull the stroke oar. (direction) 693. President's message. wirepuller. choregus[obs3]. legislator. exhortation &c. statemonger[obs3]. teacher &c. (warning) 668. secretary. v. advice. Advice. officer. bailiff. adviser. proctor. hold the reins. foreman. arriero[obs3]. pull the strings. legislate for. grand vizier. counsel. official. guidance &c. manual. superior. Governor's message. vice president. head man. be in charge of. manager.

stage direction. caucus. direction. member of parliament. vive memor leti[Lat]. (tribunal) 966. call in. compare notes. "give every man thine ear but few thy voice" [Hamlet]. council fire [N.N. classis[obs3]. maxim &c. (persuasive) 615. volksraad[Ger]. verbum sat sapienti [Latin: a word to the wise is sufficient]. golden rule. be closeted with. statute. <-. hold council. chapter. take advice. ask advice but we mean approbation" [Colton]. duma[Russ]. audience chamber. take one's cue from. exhibition. comitia[Lat]. congressman. conference. canon. suggest. deliberate. prescript. be advised by. committee. house of representatives. (warning) 668. representative of the people.S. parliamentary. admonish &c. [person who is member of a council] member.]. caput[obs3]. assemblage &c. (request) 765. "my guide. congress. lex scripta[Lat]. confer. regulatory. consult together. hortative &c. refer to. conventicle. -. caucus. V. Precept.].Am. have at one's elbow. subcommittee. pourparler. states-general. V. 225 --> #696. bench. act. legislative. formulary. (warn) 668. musnud[obs3]. enjoin. meeting. recipe. convention. "I pray thee cease thy counsel" [Much Ado About Nothing]. call. congressional. witenagemote[obs3]. huddle [coll. conference. senate. recommendatory. charge. storthing[obs3]. convocation. canon law. senator.. senatus[Lat]. prescribe. freeholder.]. prescription. Int. powwow [U. hold a council. admonitory &c. senatorial. primary [U. regulation. councilwoman. dictate. palaver. convention. (dissuade) 616. quorum. advise with. session. riksdag[obs3]. follow advice. house. go to! Phr. staff. prompt. councilman. cabinet council. "'twas good advice and meant. M. council. confer. clique.arbiter &c. -. give a piece of advice[Fr]. durbar[obs3]. curule[obs3]. parliament. sitting. local board. (persuade) 615. 72. precept. advocate. diet. reichsrath[Ger]. directory. rule. Amphictyonic council[obs3]. court. cortes[Sp]. dehortatory &c. law-making. witan[obs3]. "we. rubric. and friend" [Pope]. law.p. conclave. Council. form. reference. my son be good" [Crabbe]. pourparler. (dissuasive) 616[obs3]. counsel. assemble. legislative assembly. 496. (judge) 967. referment[obs3]. formula. gather together. Adj. chamber. board. receipt. instruct. meeting. board of works.]. give advice. meet (assemblage) 72. privy council. synod. court of appeal &c. vestry. deliberative. cockpit. enforce. sanhedrim. rigsdag. county council. give counsel. councilor.N. cabinet. advise. charge. norm. submonish[obs3]. lay heads together. chamber of deputies. 351 . expostulate &c. technicality. council chamber. board of control. #697. corpus juris[Lat]. recommend. consistory. assemblyman. exhort &c. instruction.P.S. philosopher. syndicate. [formal gathering of members of a council: script] assembly. consultation. legislative council. Adj. consult. state chamber. call upon &c. junta. code. divan. seance. alderman.

aptitude. au fait. know what's what. faculty. with skill. (deception) 545. #698. fine-fingered. habilitation.. daedalian[obs3]. panurgy[obs3]. marksmanship. have cut one's wisdom teeth. (sagacity) 498. qualified. technology. have one's hand in. ambidextrousness[obs3]. have a turn for &c. ambidexterity. profit by &e. competence. cunning &c. exercise one's discretion. fitted. genius. callidity[obs3]. (plan) 626. aptness. knack. make hay while the sun shines &c. a good hand at. be master of. see one's way. hit the right nail on the head. 618. know on which side one's bread is buttered. craft. crack. mastery. n. (occasion) 134. play one's cards well. sharpness. capable. craftiness &c. (knowing) 490. ingenious. make a hit &c. 702. workmanlike. talent. 700. apt. facility. dexterous. scientific. V. skillful. primed.. on the ball &c. felicity. 515. business-like. up to the mark. hackneyed. alive to. quick. skilled. 352 . Adv. horsemanship. gift. airmanship. handy. take advantage of. practiced. accomplished. well &c. sail near the wind. parts. mother wit &c. readiness &c. masterpiece. ready. master of. slick. adj. ability. sharp. -. excel in. surefooted. 515. inventive &c. tact. management &c. intelligence &c. gain. stoop to conquer &c. nimble-fingered. shrewd. art. attainment. up to. experienced. adroitness. efficient. trick. technical knowledge. skillfully &c. (cunning) 702. capacity. sleight of hand &c. endowed. (command) 741. discretion &c. (succeed) 731. put the saddle on the right horse. artistically. statesman-like. be skillful &c. make the most of. finished. have cut one's eye teeth.order &c. competent. good stroke &c. capacity for. proficiency. dexterity. know a hawk from a handsaw. (cunning) 702. genius for. in practice. conversant &c. curiosa felicitas[Lat]. up to snuff. skillfulness. *(caution) 864. feather the oar. fit for. proficient. expertness &c. play one's best card. proficient &c. live by one's wits. qualification. artistic. turn. technicality. talents. coup de maitre[Fr]. science. look after the main chance. able. masterly. thoroughbred.. clever. see which way the wind blows. forte.N. fitted for. technical competence. invention &c. know what one is about. Skill. know what's o'clock. cut one's coat according to one's cloth. ambidextrous. 498. address. seamanship. felicitous. sleight. have all one's wits about one. initiated. endowment. adj. cut out for. (active) 682. shipshape. in proper cue. gifted. adroit. chef d'euvre[Fr]. (activity) 682. up in. excellence. practical knowledge. well up in. knowledge of the world. (use) 677. rope-dancing. Adj. smart &c. skill. talented. see where the wind lies. acquirement. make a virtue of necessity. scire quid valeant humeri quid ferre recusent[Lat][obs3]. discreet. expert. (intelligent) 498. adj. accomplishment. at home in. prepared. (conduct) 692. deft. technical. savoir vivre[Fr]. good at. finesse. tour de force. turn for. cute. not to be caught with chaff. world wisdom. dexterousness. ingenuity. mastership. trained. self-help. savoir faire[Fr]. neat-handed. cleverness. capability.

sabotage. be unskillful &c. failure &c. pay dear for one's whistle. 501. kill the goose which lays the golden eggs. (rashness) 863. "heart to conceive the understanding to direct. expertus metuit [Lat][Horace]. disqualification. make a fool of oneself.p. put oneself out of court. throw a stone in one's own garden. put a square peg into a round hole. make hash of. not know one's own interest. be in the wrong box. ars celare artem[Lat]. thoughtlessness &c. etourderie gaucherie[Fr]. if you have lemons. act of folly. take the shadow for the substance &c. balourdise[obs3]. have too many eggs in one basket (imprudent) 863. cut one's own throat. stand in one's own light. suo Marte. indexterity[obs3]. V. folly. adj. mismanagement. sad work. unproficiency[obs3].. botch. act foolishly. impolicy[obs3]. hobble &c. quackery. 701.. 495. mismanage. or the hand to execute" [Junius]. bungle. misapplication. lose control of oneself. petticoat government. put the cart before the horse. not know what one is about. (not complete) 730. wild-goose chase. bark up the wrong tree. stultify oneself.N. stumble. misconduct. (inattention) 458 (neglect) 460. play the fool. knock one's head against a stone wall. 499. misapply. have too many irons in the fire. artes honorabit[Lat]. celui qui veut celui-la peut[Fr]. c'est une grande habilite que de savoir cacher sonhabilite[Fr]. do things by halves &c. make a mess of. play at cross purposes. play tricks with. bitch. 275. not see an inch beyond one's nose. botch. blunder &c. put the saddle on the wrong horse. missend. (caprice) 608. get the wrong sow by the ear. inability. quarrel with one's bread and butter. misdirection. get the wrong pig by the tail. bungling &c. lock the stable door when the horse is stolen &c. get the dirty end of the stick. secundum artem[Lat]. lose one's cunning.. commit oneself. rule of thumb. bring the house about one's ears. misfeasance. misconduct. Phr. blunder. strain at a gnat and swallow a camel &c. make sad work of. 226 --> #699. bum one's fingers. fumble. overshoot the mark. adj.with consummate skill. fool &c. 698. lose one's head. <-. want of skill &c. 732. inexperience. mistake &c. -. unskillfulness &c. make lemonade. sprat sent out to catch a whale. play Puck. lose control. maladministration. screw loose: too many cooks. boggle. stupidity &c. aim at a pigeon and kill a crow. bungler &c. put one's foot in it. to the best of one's abilities &c. v. flounder. bad job. begin at the wrong end. trip. misrule. Unskillfulness. fall into a trap. take the wrong pig by the tail. misgovernment. (credulity) 486. indiscretion &c. es bildet ein Talent sich in der Stille sich ein Charakter in dem Strom der Welt[Ger]. much ado about nothing. incompetence. absence of rule. put new wine into old 353 . incompentency[obs3]. misdirect. (too late) 135. not know on which side one's bread is buttered. beat one's head against a stone wall. botchery[obs3]. make two bites of a cherry. (mistake) 495. infelicity. catch a Tartar. (exertion) 686.

experienced hand. sharp fellow. slatternly. incompetent. 537. lubber. gauche. 499. unconversant &c. slow coach. acrobat. quack &c. master. unadvised. pantologist[obs3]. old soldier. grasp at a shadow. top sawyer. lubberly. awkward squad. bungler. unguided. awkward. Phr. ill-qualified. cunning man. ill-devised. stupid &c. out of practice. pursue a wild goose chase. dab. bungling &c. Jack of all trades. non omnia possumus omnes [Lat][Vergil]. maladroit. butterfingers[obs3]. adrift. nice hand. infelicitous. past master. 227 --> #700. admirable Crichton. left-handed. wild. stick. prodigy of learning. unteachable. mahatma. strategist. (neglectful) 460. blunderhead[obs3]. marksman. foolish. cut blocks with a razor. no conjurer.p. Adj. poor hand. inexperienced. mastermind. misconducted. clean hand. fumbler. Bungler.bottles. fair weather sailor. slovenly. muff. out of the frying pan into the fire. ass in lion's skin. old campaigner. wizard &c.N. experienced eye. genius. adept. yokel. fail &c. Proficient. catch at straws. (thief) 792[obs3]. green. #701. conjuror &c. ill-advised. 698. clod. old file. fresh water sailor. expert. horse marine. unfit. galoot[obs3]. clumsy. land lubber. misadvised. top gun. go further and fare worse. quackish. gawky. inconsiderate &c. blunderer. (inconsistent) 608. 354 . giddy &c. (scholar) 492. 683. sharp blade. ill-conducted. flat.N. (inattentive) 458. looby[obs3]. old hand. jackdaw in peacock's feathers. veteran. prizeman[obs3]. man of business. reckon without one's host. inexpert. uninitiated. untrained &c. fight with a shadow. fish out of water. illjudged. unaccustomed. lean on a broken reed. 732. poor shot.. untractable[obs3]. one's fingers being all thumbs. protagonist. cunning blade. dead shot. old stager. shiftless. <-. go on a fool's goose chase. inactive &c. master hand. picked man. good hand. lord of misrule. ropedancer. proficient. first fiddle. unapt. -. rusty. (deceiver) 548. il se noyerait dans une goutte d'eau[Fr]. unused. swab. prima donna[Sp]. master spirit. unskillful &c. cracksman &c.. (useless) 645. politician. ill-imagined. c