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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
Class I.
 
Class I. Words Expressing Abstract Relations
Section I. Existence
  1. Being, in the Abstract
    Existence.
    Nonexistence.
  2. Being, in the Concrete
    Substantiality.
    Unsubstantiality.
  3. Formal Existence
    Internal conditions
    Intrinsicality.
    External conditions
    Extrinsicality.
  4. Modal Existence
    Absolute
    State.
    Relative
    Circumstance.
Section II. Relation
  1. Absolute Relation
    Relation.
    Irrelation.
    Consanguinity.
    Correlation.
    Identity.
    Contrariety.
    Difference.
  2. Continuous Relation
    Uniformity.
    Nonuniformity.
  3. Partial Relation
    Similarity.
    Dissimilarity.
    Imitation.
    Nonimitation.
    Variation.
    Copy.
    Prototype.
  4. General Relation
    Agreement.
    Disagreement.
Section III. Quantity
  1. Simple Quantity
    Absolute
    Quantity.
    Relative
    Degree.
  2. Comparative Quantity
    Equality.
    Inequality.
    Mean.
    Compensation.
    Quantity by Comparison with a Standard
    Greatness.
    Smallness.
    Quantity by Comparison with a Similar Object
    Superiority.
    Inferiority.
    Changes in Quantity
    Increase.
    Nonincrease, Decrease.
  3. Conjunctive Quantity
    Addition.
    Nonaddition. Deduction.
    Adjunct.
    Remainder.
    Decrement.
    Mixture.
    Simpleness.
    Junction.
    Disjunction.
    Vinculum.
    Coherence.
    Incoherence.
    Combination.
    Decomposition.
  4. Concrete Quantity
    Whole.
    Part.
    Completeness.
    Incompleteness.
    Composition.
    Exclusion.
    Component.
    Extraneousness.
Section IV. Order
  1. Order In General
    Order.
    Disorder.
    Arrangement.
    Derangement.
  2. Consecutive Order
    Precedence.
    Sequence.
    Precursor.
    Sequel.
    Beginning.
    End.
    Middle.
    Continuity.
    Discontinuity.
    Term.
  3. Collective Order
    Assemblage.
    Nonassemblage. Dispersion.
    Focus.
  4. Distributive Order
    Class.
    Inclusion.
    Exclusion.
    Generality.
    Speciality.
  5. Order as Regards Categories
    Rule.
    Multiformity.
    Conformity.
    Unconformity.
Section V. Number
  1. Number, in the Abstract
    Number.
    Numeration.
    List.
  2. Determinate Number
    Unity.
    Accompaniment.
    Duality
    Duplication.
    Bisection.
    Triality.
    Triplication.
    Trisection.
    Quaternity.
    Quadruplication.
    Quadrisection.
    Five
    Quinquesection.
  3. Indeterminate Number
    Plurality.
    Fraction.
    Zero.
    Multitude.
    Fewness.
    Repetition.
    Infinity.
Section VI. Time
  1. Absolute Time
    Time.
    Neverness.
    Period.
    Contingent Duration.
    Course.
    Diuturnity.
    Transience.
    Perpetuity.
    Instantaneity.
    Chronometry.
    Anachronism.
  2. Relative Time
    1. Time with reference to Succession
      Priority.
      Posteriority.
      Present Time.
      Different time.
      Synchronism.
      Futurity.
      Preterition.
    2. Time with reference to a particular Period
      Newness.
      Oldness.
      Morning.
      Evening.
      Youth.
      Age.
      Infant.
      Veteran.
      Adolescence.
    3. Time with reference to an Effect or Purpose
      Earliness.
      Lateness.
      Occasion.
      Intempestivity.
  3. Recurrent Time
    Frequency.
    Infrequency.
    Regularity of recurrence. Periodicity.
    Irregularity of recurrence.
Section VII. Change
  1. Simple Change
    Change.
    Permanence.
    Cessation.
    Continuance in action.
    Conversion.
    Reversion.
    Revolution.
    Substitution.
    Interchange.
  2. Complex Change
    Changeableness.
    Stability.
    Present Events
    Eventuality.
    Future Events
    Destiny.
Section VIII. Causation
  1. Constancy of Sequence in Events
    Cause.
    Effect.
    Attribution.
    Chance.
  2. Connection Between Cause and Effect
    Power.
    Impotence.
    Strength.
    Weakness.
  3. Power in Operation
    Production.
    Destruction
    Reproduction.
    Producer.
    Destroyer.
    Paternity.
    Posterity.
    Productiveness.
    Unproductiveness.
    Agency.
    Energy.
    Inertness.
    Violence.
    Moderation.
  4. Indirect Power
    Influence.
    Absence of Influence.
    Tendency.
    Liability.
  5. Combinations of Causes
    Concurrence.
    Counteraction.

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