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Frank J. Wilstach, comp.  A Dictionary of Similes.  1916.
 
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Lifeless to Puzzled
 
 
  1. Lifeless
  2. Lift
  3. Light (Adjective)
  4. Light (Noun)
  5. Lighter
  6. Lightly
  7. Like
  8. Likely
  9. Limber
  10. Limp
  11. Limp (Verb)
  12. Limpid
  13. Line
  14. Lined
  15. Linger
  16. Link
  17. Lip
  18. Liquid
  19. Liquidation
  20. Listen
  21. Listless
  22. Literature
  23. Lithe
  24. Little
  25. Live
  26. Lively
  27. Livid
  28. Loathe
  29. Loathsome
  30. Lock
  31. Loll
  32. London
  33. Lone
  34. Lonely
  35. Lonesome
  36. Long
  37. Long-Winded
  38. Look (Noun)
  39. Look (Verb)
  40. Lool
  41. Loom
  42. Loose
  43. Loosely
  44. Loquacious
  45. Loquacity
  46. Lording
  47. Lorn
  48. Lost
  49. Loud
  50. Lounge
  51. Love (Noun)
  52. Love (Verb)
  53. Loveliness
  54. Lovely
  55. Lover
  56. Loving
  57. Low
  58. Lower
  59. Lowly
  60. Loyal
  61. Lucent
  62. Lucid
  63. Lugubrious
  64. Lull
  65. Luminous
  66. Lure
  67. Lurid
  68. Lurk
  69. Luscious
  70. Lust
  71. Lustful
  72. Lustrous
  73. Lusty
  74. Luxuriant
  75. Luxurious
  76. Luxury
  77. Machine
  78. Mad
  79. Maddening
  80. Magnanimous
  81. Magnificent
  82. Maid
  83. Majestic
  84. Majorities
  85. Malicious
  86. Man
  87. Man-Worship
  88. Manageable
  89. Manful
  90. Manfully
  91. Manifest
  92. Manifold
  93. Mankind
  94. Manners
  95. Mantle
  96. Many
  97. March
  98. Marriage
  99. Married
  100. Marry
  101. Marrying
  102. Mars
  103. Masculine
  104. Masterful
  105. Masterless
  106. Match
  107. Mature
  108. Maxim
  109. Meagre
  110. Mean
  111. Meander
  112. Meaningless
  113. Meditate
  114. Meditative
  115. Meek
  116. Meet
  117. Melancholy
  118. Mellow
  119. Melodious
  120. Melt
  121. Memorable
  122. Memory
  123. Menace
  124. Mend
  125. Mendacity
  126. Merciless
  127. Mercy
  128. Merit
  129. Merry
  130. Meshed
  131. Method
  132. Middle
  133. Mighty
  134. Mild
  135. Mince
  136. Mind
  137. Mindless
  138. Mingle
  139. Mirth
  140. Mirthful
  141. Mischievous
  142. Miser
  143. Miserable
  144. Misfortune
  145. Mishap
  146. Mistress
  147. Misty
  148. Mix
  149. Moan
  150. Mob
  151. Mobile
  152. Mock
  153. Modern
  154. Modest
  155. Moist
  156. Molten
  157. Momentary
  158. Monarchy
  159. Money
  160. Monotonous
  161. Mood
  162. Mope
  163. Mopish
  164. Moral
  165. Morals
  166. Mortal
  167. Mortality
  168. Motionless
  169. Mottled
  170. Mount
  171. Mourn
  172. Mournful
  173. Mouth (Noun)
  174. Mouth (Verb)
  175. Move
  176. Moveless
  177. Muddy
  178. Muffled
  179. Multiply
  180. Multitude
  181. Multitudinous
  182. Mum
  183. Mumble
  184. Murder
  185. Murderous
  186. Murmur (Noun)
  187. Murmur (Verb)
  188. Murmurous
  189. Muscle
  190. Muscular
  191. Muse
  192. Music
  193. Musical
  194. Mutable
  195. Mute
  196. Mutely
  197. Mutter
  198. Myriad
  199. Mysterious
  200. Mystery
  201. Mystical
  202. Myth
  203. Naked
  204. Name
  205. Nameless
  206. Narrow
  207. Nasty
  208. Nation
  209. Natural
  210. Naturally
  211. Nature
  212. Naughty
  213. Near
  214. Nearsighted
  215. Neat
  216. Necessary
  217. Neck
  218. Need
  219. Needful
  220. Neglected
  221. Negligence
  222. Nervous
  223. New
  224. Newspaper
  225. Nice
  226. Nimble
  227. Nimbly
  228. Nod
  229. Noise
  230. Noiseless
  231. Noiselessly
  232. Noisy
  233. Nonsense
  234. Nose
  235. Notch
  236. Novel
  237. Nude
  238. Numb
  239. Numberless
  240. Numerous
  241. Oaths
  242. Obdurate
  243. Obedience
  244. Obedient
  245. Obediently
  246. Obey
  247. Obligation
  248. Obnoxious
  249. Obscure (Adjective)
  250. Obscure (Verb)
  251. Obscurely
  252. Observations
  253. Obsolete
  254. Obstinate
  255. Obtrusive
  256. Obvious
  257. Occupation
  258. Odd
  259. Odorous
  260. Off
  261. Offensive
  262. Office
  263. Ogle
  264. Oily
  265. Old
  266. One
  267. Oozing
  268. Opaque
  269. Open (Adjective)
  270. Open (Verb)
  271. Open-mouthed
  272. Opera
  273. Opinion
  274. Opportunity
  275. Opposed
  276. Opposite
  277. Opposition
  278. Oppress
  279. Oppression
  280. Oratory
  281. Order
  282. Orderliness
  283. Orderly
  284. Oriental
  285. Original
  286. Ornamental
  287. Orthodoxy
  288. Oscillated
  289. Out
  290. Outpoured
  291. Outrageous
  292. Outspoken
  293. Overcast
  294. Overcome
  295. Overflow
  296. Overtake
  297. Overturned
  298. Overwhelm
  299. Packed
  300. Pagan
  301. Pain (Noun)
  302. Pain (Verb)
  303. Painful
  304. Painted
  305. Painting
  306. Pale
  307. Paled
  308. Paleness
  309. Pall
  310. Pallid
  311. Palpitate
  312. Pamper
  313. Pang
  314. Pant
  315. Parch
  316. Pardon
  317. Paris
  318. Parted
  319. Parting
  320. Pass
  321. Passion
  322. Passionate
  323. Passive
  324. Past
  325. Pat
  326. Pathetic
  327. Patience
  328. Patient
  329. Patiently
  330. Patterings
  331. Pause
  332. Paused
  333. Peace
  334. Peaceful
  335. Peacefully
  336. Peaked
  337. Peal
  338. Pearls
  339. Pedantry
  340. Peel
  341. Peep
  342. Peevish
  343. Pellucid
  344. Pendant
  345. Penetrate
  346. Pensive
  347. People
  348. Perceive
  349. Perfect
  350. Perfection
  351. Perforate
  352. Perfumed
  353. Perilous
  354. Perish
  355. Permanent
  356. Perpendicular
  357. Perplexing
  358. Persistence
  359. Persistent
  360. Persons
  361. Persuasive
  362. Pert
  363. Pervade
  364. Perverse
  365. Phantasmagoric
  366. Philosophy
  367. Physician
  368. Pick
  369. Picturesque
  370. Pierce
  371. Piercing
  372. Piled
  373. Pinch
  374. Pine
  375. Pink
  376. Pinned
  377. Pious
  378. Pipe
  379. Piquant
  380. Pirouette
  381. Piteous
  382. Pitiable
  383. Pitiful
  384. Pitifully
  385. Pitiless
  386. Pity
  387. Place
  388. Placeless
  389. Placid
  390. Plain
  391. Plainly
  392. Plastic
  393. Play
  394. Playful
  395. Playwright
  396. Plead
  397. Pleasant
  398. Pleased
  399. Pleasure
  400. Plentiful
  401. Plentitude
  402. Plenty
  403. Pliant
  404. Plod
  405. Pluck
  406. Plumed
  407. Plump
  408. Plunge
  409. Pockets
  410. Poems
  411. Poetry
  412. Poets
  413. Poignant
  414. Point
  415. Pointed
  416. Poise
  417. Poison
  418. Polished
  419. Polite
  420. Politeness
  421. Political
  422. Politicians
  423. Pollute
  424. Pompous
  425. Poor
  426. Pop
  427. Popular
  428. Populous
  429. Positions
  430. Positive
  431. Posture
  432. Potent
  433. Pounce
  434. Pout
  435. Pouting
  436. Poverty
  437. Power
  438. Powerful
  439. Powerless
  440. Praise
  441. Prance
  442. Prate
  443. Prattle
  444. Prayers
  445. Preach
  446. Precept
  447. Precious
  448. Prejudice
  449. Prepared
  450. Preposterous
  451. Preserved
  452. Press
  453. Presumptuous
  454. Pretty
  455. Prey
  456. Prick
  457. Pride
  458. Prim
  459. Prime
  460. Primitive
  461. Prince
  462. Principle
  463. Print
  464. Privacy
  465. Private
  466. Privilege
  467. Prize
  468. Probe
  469. Prodigal
  470. Prodigious
  471. Productive
  472. Profession
  473. Profitless
  474. Profound
  475. Profuse
  476. Progress
  477. Progressive
  478. Prologue
  479. Prominent
  480. Promise
  481. Prompt
  482. Property
  483. Prophetic
  484. Proportion
  485. Prosper
  486. Prosperity
  487. Prosperous
  488. Protruding
  489. Proud
  490. Proudly
  491. Proved
  492. Proverb
  493. Provocative
  494. Prowl
  495. Public
  496. Puff (Noun)
  497. Puff (Verb)
  498. Puffy
  499. Pull
  500. Pun
  501. Punctual
  502. Punster
  503. Pure
  504. Purge
  505. Purified
  506. Purpose
  507. Purposeless
  508. Purple
  509. Pursue
  510. Pursuit
  511. Push
  512. Puzzled
 
 

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