Monday, December 28, 2009

#000 Search Sir Roget's Thesaurus - ABSTRACT TERMS

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We often come across situations where we are unable to find good words and use them in suitable sentences. Thesaurus is a useful word finder. The synonyms given here have been, to some extent, edited by me. I am trying to present a more abridged yet useful, improved and modernised version.

Just type a word or part of a word in the search box and get a set of words and some proverbs/quotes which use those words.


Existence existence| being| entity| ens [Lat-]| esse [Lat-]|subsistence . / reality| actuality| positiveness | fact| matter of fact|sober reality| truth | actual existence . / presence (existence in space) | coexistence . / stubborn fact| hard fact| not a dream | no joke . / center of life| essence| inmost nature| inner reality| vitalprinciple . / [Science of existence]| ontology . / exist| be| have being n . / | subsist| live| breathe| stand| obtain|be the case| occur (event) | have place| prevail| find oneself|pass the time| vegetate . / consist in| lie in| be comprised in| be contained in| beconstituted by . / come into existence n . / | arise (begin) | come forth (appear) . / become (be converted) | bring into existence . / abide| continue| endure| last| remain| stay . / existing existent| under the sun| in existence n . / |extant| afloat| afoot| on foot| current| prevalent| undestroyed . / real| actual| positive| absolute| true | substantial|substantive| self-existing| self-existent| essential . / well-founded| well-grounded| unideal| unimagined| not potential | authentic . / actually | in fact| in point of fact| in reality| indeed|de facto| ipso facto . / ens rationis [Lat-]| ergo sum cogito [Lat-]| thinkest thouexistence doth depend on time? [Byron] . / Inexistence inexistence| nonexistence| nonsubsistence|nonentity| nil| negativeness | nullity| nihility| nihilism|tabula rasa [Lat-]| blank| abeyance| absence | no such thing | nonbeing| nothingness| oblivion . / annihilation| extinction (destruction) | extinguishment|extirpation| Nirvana| obliteration . / not exist | have no existence | be null and void| cease toexist | pass away| perish| be extinct| become extinct | dieout| disappear | melt away| dissolve| leave not a rack behind|go| be no more| die . / annihilate| render null| nullify| abrogate | destroy |take away| remove (displace) | obliterate| extirpate . / inexistent| nonexistent | negative| blank| missing| omitted|absent | insubstantial| shadowy| spectral| visionary . / unreal| potential| virtual| baseless| in nubibus [Lat-]|unsubstantial | vain . / unborn| uncreated| unbegotten| unconceived| unproduced| unmade . / perished| annihilated| extinct| exhausted| gone| lost|vanished| departed| gone with the wind| defunct (dead) . / fabulous| ideal (imaginary) | supposititious . / negatively| virtually . / non ens [Lat-] . / BEING| IN THE CONCRETE Substantiality substantiality| hypostasis| person| being|thing| object| article| item| something| a being| an existence|creature| body| substance| flesh and blood| stuff| substratum| matter | corporeity| element| essential nature| groundwork| materiality|substantialness| vital part . / [Totality of existences]| world | plenum . / substantive| substantial| hypostatic| personal| bodily| tangible (material) | corporeal . / substantially | bodily| essentially . / Unsubstantiality unsubstantiality| insubstantiality|nothingness| nihility| no degree| no part| no quantity| no thing . / nothing| naught| nil| nullity| zero| cipher| no one| nobody| nevera one| ne`er a one [Contr]| no such thing| none in the world| nothingwhatever| nothing at all| nothing on earth| not a particle (smallness) | all talk| moonshine| stuff and nonsense| matter of noimportance| matter of no consequence . / thing of naught| man of straw| John Doe and Richard Roe| faggotvoter| nominis umbra [Lat-]| nonentity| flash in the pan| vox etpraeterea nihil [Lat-] . / shadow| phantom (fallacy of vision) | dream (imagination)| ignis fatuus (luminary) [Lat-]| such stuff as dreams aremade of [Tempest]| air| thin air| vapor| bubble | baseless fabricof a vision [Tempest]| mockery . / hollowness| blank| void (absence) . / inanity| fool`s paradise . / vanish| evaporate| fade| dissolve| melt away| disappear . / unsubstantial| baseless| groundless| ungrounded| withoutfoundation| having no foundation . / visionary (imaginary) | immaterial | spectral |dreamy| shadowy| ethereal| airy| cloud built| cloud formed| gossamery|illusory| insubstantial| unreal . / vacant| vacuous| empty | eviscerated| blank| hollow|nominal| null| inane . / there`s nothing in it| an ocean of dreams without a sound[Shelley] . / FORMAL EXISTENCEInternal conditions Intrinsicality intrinsicality| inbeing| inherence| inhesion|subjectiveness| ego| egohood| essence| noumenon| essentialness | essential part| quintessence| incarnation| quiddity| gist| pith|marrow| core| sap| lifeblood| backbone| heart| soul| important part (importance) . / principle| nature| constitution| character| type| quality| crasis|diathesis . / habit| temper| temperament| spirit| humor| grain| disposition . / endowment| capacity| capability (power) . / moods| declensions| features| aspects| peculiarities (speciality) | idiosyncrasy| oddity| idiocrasy (tendency) |diagnostics . / be in the blood| run in the blood| be born so| be intrinsic . / derived from within| subjective| intrinsic| intrinsical|fundamental| normal| implanted| inherent| essential| natural| innate|inborn| inbred| ingrained| inwrought| coeval with birth| genetous|haematobious| syngenic| radical| incarnate| thoroughbred| hereditary|inherited| immanent| congenital| congenite| connate| running in theblood| ingenerate| ingenite| indigenous| in the grain n . / | bred inthe bone| instinctive| inward| internal | to the manner born|virtual . / characteristic (special) | (indicative) | invariable|incurable| incorrigible| ineradicable| fixed . / intrinsically | at bottom| in the main| in effect|practically| virtually| substantially| au fond| fairly . / character is higher than intellect [Emerson]| come give us a tasteof your quality [Hamlet]| magnos homines virtute metimur non fortuna[Lat-] [Nepos]| non numero haec judicantur sed pondere [Lat-] [Cicero]|vital spark of heavenly flame [Pope] . / External conditions Extrinsicality extrinsicality| objectiveness| non ego|extraneousness | accident| appearance| phenomenon . / derived from without| objective| extrinsic| extrinsical|extraneous (foreign) | modal| adventitious| ascititious|adscititious| incidental| accidental| nonessential| contingent|fortuitous . / implanted| ingrafted| inculcated| infused . / outward| apparent (external) . / extrinsically . / MODAL EXISTENCEAbsolute State state| condition| category| estate| lot| ease| trim|mood| pickle| plight| temper| aspect (appearance) | dilemma|pass| predicament . / constitution| habitude| diathesis| frame| fabric | stamp|set| fit| mold| mould . / mode| modality| schesis| form (shape) . / tone| tenor| turn| trim| guise| fashion| light| complexion| style|character . / be in a state| possess a state| enjoy a state| labor under a state n . / | be on a footing| do| fare| come to pass . / conditional| modal| formal| structural| organic . / conditionally | as the matter stands| as things are| suchbeing the case . / Relative Circumstance circumstance| situation| phase| position|posture| attitude| place| point| terms| regime| footing| standing|status . / occasion| juncture| conjunctive| contingency (event) . / predicament| emergence| emergency| exigency| crisis| pinch| pass|push| occurrence| turning point . / bearings| how the land lies . / surroundings| context| environment | location . / contingency| dependence (uncertainty) | causation |attribution . / circumstantial| given| conditional| provisional| critical| modal|contingent| incidental| adventitious (extrinsic) | limitative . / in the circumstances| under the circumstances n . / | thecircumstances| conditions | thus| in such wise . / accordingly| that being the case| such being the case| in view ofthe circumstances| that being so| sith| since| seeing that . / as matters stand| as things go| as times go . / conditionally| provided| if| in case| if so| if so be| if it beso| depending on circumstances| in certain circumstances| under certainconditions| if it so happen| if it so turn out| in the event of| insuch a contingency| in such a case| in such an event| provisionally|unless| without . / according to circumstances| according to the occasion| as it mayhappen| as it may turn out| as it may be| as the case may be| as thewind blows| pro re nata [Lat-] . / yet are my sins not those of circumstance [Lytton] . / Relation relation| bearing| reference| connection| concern|cognation| correlation | analogy| similarity | affinity|homology| alliance| homogeneity| association| approximation (nearness) | filiation (consanguinity) | interest| relevancy | dependency| relationship| relative position . / comparison | ratio| proportion . / link| tie| bond of union . / be related | have a relation n . / | relate to| refer to| bearupon| 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 . / relative| correlative | cognate| relating to relativeto| in relation with| referable or referrible to| belonging to appurtenant to| in common with . / related| connected| implicated| associated| affiliated| allied to|en rapport| in touch with . / approximative| approximating| proportional| proportionate|proportionable| allusive| comparable . / in the same category | like | relevant (apt) |applicable| equiparant . / relatively | pertinently . / thereof| as to| as for| as respects| as regards| about| concerning anent| relating to| as relates to| with relation| with referenceto| 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 headof (class) | of| in the matter of| in re . / thereby hangs a tale [Taming of the Shrew] . / [Want| or absence of relation] Irrelation irrelation|dissociation| misrelation| inapplicability| inconnection|multifariousness| disconnection (disjunction) | inconsequence|independence| incommensurability| irreconcilableness (disagreement)| heterogeneity| unconformity | irrelevancy| impertinence| nihilad rem [Lat-]| intrusion | nopertinence . / have no relation to | have no bearing upon| have no concern with | have no business with| not concern | have no business there|have nothing to do with| intrude . / bring in head and shoulders| drag in head and shoulders| lug inhead and shoulders . / irrelative| irrespective| unrelated| arbitrary| independent|unallied| unconnected| disconnected| adrift| isolated| insular|extraneous| strange| alien| foreign| outlandish| exotic . / not comparable| incommensurable| heterogeneous| unconformable 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| besidethe point| misplaced (intrusive) | traveling out of the record . / remote| far-fetched| out of the way| forced| neither here northere| quite another thing| detached| segregate| disquiparant . / multifarious| discordant . / incidental| parenthetical| obiter dicta| episodic . / parenthetically | by the way| by the by| en passant [Fr-]|incidentally| irrespectively | without reference to| withoutregard to| in the abstract | a se . / [Relations of kindred] Consanguinity consanguinity|relationship| kindred| blood| parentage (paternity) | filiation|affiliation| lineage| agnation| connection| alliance| familyconnection| family tie| ties of blood| nepotism . / kinsman| kinfolk| kith and kin| relation| relative| connection|sibling| sib| next of kin| uncle| aunt| nephew| niece| cousin| cousigerman| first cousin| second cousin| cousin once removed| cousin twiceremoved| near relation| distant relation| brother| sister| one`s ownflesh and blood . / family| fraternity| brotherhood| sisterhood| cousinhood . / race| stock| generation| sept | stirps| side| strain| breed|clan| tribe| nation . / be related to . / claim relationship with with . / related| akin| consanguineous| of the blood| family| allied|collateral| cognate| agnate| connate| kindred| affiliated| fraternal . / intimately related| nearly related| closely related| remotelyrelated| distantly related| allied| german . / [Double or reciprocal relation] Correlation reciprocalness | reciprocity| reciprocation| mutuality| correlation|interdependence| interrelation| connection| link| association|interchange | exchange| barter . / reciprocator| reprocitist . / reciprocate| alternate| interchange | exchange| counterchange . / reciprocal| mutual| commutual| correlative| reciprocative|interrelated| closely related| alternate| interchangeable|interdependent| international| complemental| complementary . / mutually| mutatis mutandis [Lat-]| vice versa| each other| oneanother| by turns | reciprocally . / happy in our mutual help [Milton] . / Identity identity| sameness| coincidence| coalescence|convertibility| equality | selfness| self| oneself|identification . / monotony| tautology (repetition) . / facsimile (copy) | homoousia: alter ego (similar) |ipsissima verba (exactness) [Lat-]| same| self| very| one andthe same| very thing| actual thing| real McCoy| no other| one and only|in the flesh . / be identical | coincide| coalesce| merge . / treat as the same| render the same| identical| identify| recognizethe identity of . / identical| self| ilk| the same selfsame| one and the same|homoousian . / coincide| coalescent| coalescing| indistinguishable| one|equivalent (equal) | tweedle dee and tweedle dum [Lat-]| much thesame| of a muchness| unaltered . / identically | on all fours . / [Noncoincidence] Contrariety contrariety| contrast| foil|antithesis| oppositeness| contradiction| antagonism (opposition)| clashing| repugnance . / inversion | the opposite| the reverse| the inverse| theconverse| the antipodes| the antithesis| the other extreme . / be contrary | contrast with| oppose| diller toto coelo[Lat-] . / invert| reverse| turn the tables| turn topsy-turvy| turn end forend| turn upside down| turn inside out . / contradict| contravene| antagonize . / contrary| contrarious| contrariant| opposite| counter| deadagainst| converse| reverse| opposed| antithetical| contrasted|antipodean| antagonistic| opposing| conflicting| inconsistent|contradictory| at cross purposes| negative| hostile . / differing toto coelo [Lat-]| diametrically opposite| diametricallyopposed| as opposite as black and white| as opposite as light anddarkness| as opposite as fire and water| as opposite as the poles| asdifferent as night and day| Hyperion to a satyr [Hamlet]| quite thecontrary| quite the reverse| no such thing| just the other way| tout aucontraire [Fr-] . / contrarily | contra| contrariwise| per contra| on thecontrary| nay rather| vice versa| on the other hand (incompensation) . / all concord`s born of contraries [B . / Jonson] . / Thesis| antithesis| synthesis [Marx] . / Difference difference| variance| variation| variety|diversity| dissimilarity | disagreement | disparity (inequality) | distinction| contradistinction| alteration . / modification| permutation| moods and tenses . / nice distinction| fine distinction| delicate distinction| subtledistinction| shade of difference| nuance| discrimination |differentia . / different thing| something else| apple off another tree| anotherpair of shoes| horse of a different color| this that or the other . / be different | differ| vary| ablude| mismatch| contrast|divaricate| differ toto coelo [Lat-]| differ longo intervallo [Italian] . / vary| modify (change) . / discriminate . / differing different| diverse| heterogeneous| multifarious|polyglot| distinguishable| dissimilar| varied| modified| diversified|various| divers| all manner of| all kinds of| variform | daedal . / other| another| not the same| unequal . / unmatched| widely apart| poles apart| distinctive| characteristic|discriminative| distinguishing . / incommensurable| incommensurate . / differently . / il y a fagots et fagots . / CONTINUOUS RELATION Uniformity uniformity| homogeneity| homogeneousness|consistency| connaturality| connaturalness| homology| accordance|conformity | agreement | consonance| uniformness . / regularity| constancy| even tenor| routine| monotony . / be uniform | accord with | run through . / become uniform | conform to . / render uniform| homogenize | assimilate| level| smooth|dress . / uniform| homogeneous| homologous| of a piece [Fr-]| consistent|connatural| monotonous| even| invariable| regular| unchanged|undeviating| unvaried| unvarying . / unsegmented . / uniformly | uniformly with (conformably) | in harmonywith (agreeing) . / always| invariably| without exception| without fail| unfailingly|never otherwise| by clockwork . / ab uno disce omnes [Lat-] . / [Absence or want of uniformity] Nonuniformity diversity|irregularity| unevenness| multiformity | unconformity |roughness | dissimilarity| dissimilitude| divarication|divergence . / diversified varied| irregular| uneven| rough | multifarious|multiform | of various kinds| all manner of| all sorts of| allkinds of . / variously| in all manner of ways| here there and everywhere . / PARTIAL RELATION Similarity similarity| resemblance| likeness| similitude|semblance| affinity| approximation| parallelism| agreement |analogy| analogicalness| correspondence| homoiousia| parity . / connaturalness| connaturality| brotherhood| family likeness . / alliteration| rhyme| pun . / repetition | sameness (identity) | uniformity |isogamy . / analogue| the like| match| pendant| fellow companion| pair| mate|twin| double| counterpart| brother| sister| one`s second self| alterego| chip of the old block| par nobile fratrum [Lat-]| Arcades ambo|birds of a feather| et hoc genus omne [Lat-]| gens de meme famille[Fr-] . / parallel| simile| type (metaphor) | image (representation) | photograph| close resemblance| strikingresemblance| speaking resemblance| faithful likeness| faithfulresemblance . / be similar | look like| resemble| bear resemblance| smack of|savor of| approximate| parallel| match| rhyme with| take after| imitate | favor| span [U . / S] . / render similar | assimilate| approximate| bring near|connaturalize| make alike| rhyme| pun . / similar| resembling like| alike| twin . / analogous| analogical| parallel| of a piece [Fr-]| such as| so|homoiousian . / connatural| congener| allied to| akin to (consanguineous) . / approximate| much the same| near| close| something like| sort of|in the ballpark| such like| a show of| mock| pseudo| simulating|representing . / exact (true) | lifelike| faithful| true to nature| true tolife| the very image| the very picture of| for all the world like|comme deux gouttes d`eau [Fr-]| as like as two peas in a pod| as likeas it can stare| instar omnium [Lat-]| cast in the same mold|ridiculously like . / as if| so to speak| as it were| as if it were| quasi| just as|veluti in speculum [Lat-] . / et sic de similibus [Lat-]| tel maitre tel valet [Fr-]| tel peretel fils [Fr-]| like master| like servant| like father| like son| thefruit doesn`t fall far from the tree| a chip off the old block Dissimilarity dissimilarity| dissimilaritude| unlikeness|diversity| disparity| dissemblance| divergence| variation . / | difference | novelty| originality| creativeness| oogamy . / be unlike | vary (differ) | bear no resemblance to|differ toto coelo [Lat-] . / render unlike | vary (diversify) . / dissimilar| unlike| disparate| divergent| of a different kind| (class) unmatched| unique| new| novel| unprecedented |original . / nothing of the kind| no such thing| quite another thing| far fromit| cast in a different mold| tertium quid [Lat-]| as like a dock as adaisy| very like a whale [Hamlet]| as different as chalk from cheese|as different as Macedon and Monmouth| lucus a non lucendo [Lat-] . / diversified otherwise . / diis aliter visum [Lat-]| no more like my father than I toHercules [Hamlet] . / Imitation imitation| copying transcription|repetition| duplication| reduplication| quotation| reproduction|mimeograph| xerox| facsimile| reprint| offprint . / mockery| mimicry| simulation| impersonation| personation|representation | semblance| copy | assimilation . / paraphrase| parody| take-off| lampoon| caricature . / plagiarism| forgery| counterfeit (falsehood) | celluloid . / imitator| echo| cuckoo| parrot| ape| monkey| mocking bird| mime|copyist| copycat| plagiarist| pirate . / imitate| copy| mirror| reflect| reproduce| repeat| do like| echo|reecho| catch| transcribe| match| parallel . / mock| take off| mimic| ape| simulate| impersonate| personate| act (drama) | represent | counterfeit| parody| travesty|caricature| lampoon| burlesque . / follow in the steps of| tread in the steps| follow in thefootsteps of| follow in the wake of| take pattern by| follow suit|follow the example of| walk in the shoes of| take a leaf out ofanother`s book| strike in with| follow suit| take after| model after|emulate . / imitated mock| mimic| modelled after| molded on . / paraphrastic| literal| imitative| secondhand| imitable| aping|apish| mimicking . / literally| to the letter| verbatim| literatim [Lat-]| sic| totidemverbis [Lat-]| word for word| mot a mot [Fr-]| exactly| precisely . / like master like man| like - but oh! how different! [Wordsworth]|genius borrows nobly [Emerson]| pursuing echoes calling `mong the rocks[A . / Coles]| quotation confesses inferiority [Emerson]| Imitation isthe sincerest form of flattery . / Nonimitation no imitation| originality| creativeness . / invention| creation . / unimitated| uncopied| unmatched| unparalleled| inimitable |unique| original| creative| inventive| untranslated| exceptional| rare|sui generis uncommon [Lat-]| unexampled . / Variation variation| alteration (change) . / modification| moods and tenses| discrepance| discrepancy . / divergency | deviation | aberration| innovation . / vary (change) | deviate | diverge | alternate|swerve . / varied modified| diversified [Result of imitation] Copy copy| facsimile| counterpart|effigies| effigy| form| likeness . / image| picture| photo| xerox| similitude| semblance| ectype| photooffset| electrotype| imitation | model| representation|adumbration| study| portrait (representation) | resemblance . / duplicate| reproduction| cast| tracing| reflex| reflexion [Brit]|reflection| shadow| echo . / transcript [copy into a novisual form]| transcription|recording| scan . / chip off the old block| reprint| new printing| rechauffe [Fr-]|apograph| fair copy . / parody| caricature| burlesque| travesty| travestie| paraphrase . / [copy with some differences] derivative| derivation| modification|expansion| extension| revision| second edition (repetition) . / servile copy| servile imitation| plagiarism| counterfeit| fake (deception) | pasticcio . / faithful| lifelike (similar) | close| conscientious . / unoriginal| imitative| derivative . / [Thing copied] Prototype prototype| original| model|pattern| precedent| standard| ideal| reference| scantling| type|archetype| antitype| protoplast| module| exemplar| example| ensample|paradigm| lay-figure . / text| copy| design| fugleman| keynote . / die| mold| matrix| last| plasm| proplasm| protoplasm| mint| seal|punch| intaglio| negative| stamp . / be an example| be a role model| set an example| set a copy . / a precedent embalms a principle [Lat-Tran] [Disraeli]| exemplasunt odiosa [Lat-] . / GENERAL RELATION Agreement agreement| accord| accordance| unison| harmony|concord | concordance| concert| understanding| mutualunderstanding . / conformity | conformance| uniformity | consonance|consentaneousness| consistency| congruity| congruence| keeping|congeniality| correspondence| parallelism| apposition| union . / fitness| aptness | relevancy| pertinence| pertinencey|sortance| case in point| aptitude| coaptation| propriety|applicability| admissibility| commensurability| compatibility|cognation (relation) . / adaption| adjustment| graduation| accommodation| reconciliation|reconcilement| assimilation . / consent (assent) | concurrence | cooperation . / right man in the right place| very thing| quite the thing| justthe thing . / be accordant | agree| accord| harmonize| correspond| tally|respond| meet| suit| fit| befit| do| adapt itself to| fall in with|chime in with| square with| quadrate with| consort with| comport with|dovetail| assimilate| fit like a glove| fit to a tittle| fit to a T|match | become one| homologate . / consent (assent) . / render accordant | fit| suit| adapt| accommodate| graduate|adjust (render equal) | dress| regulate| readjust| accord|harmonize| reconcile| fadge| dovetail| square . / agreeing| suiting in accord| accordant| concordant|consonant| congruous| consentaneous| correspondent| congenial|coherent| becoming| harmonious reconcilable| conformable| in accordancewith| in harmony with| in keeping with| in unison with| n . / | at onewith| of one mind| of a piece [Fr-]| consistent| compatible|proportionate| commensurate| on all fours . / apt| apposite| pertinent| pat| to the point| to the purpose|happy| felicitous| germane| ad rem [Lat-]| in point| on point| directlyon point| bearing upon| applicable| relevant| admissible . / fit adapted| in loco| a propos [Fr-]| appropriate| seasonable|sortable| suitable| idoneous| deft| meet (expedient) . / at home| in one`s proper element . / a propos of [Fr-]| pertinently . / rem acu tetigisti [Lat-]| if the shoe fits| wear it| the cap fits|auxilia humilia firma consensus facit [Lat-] [Syrus]| discers concordia[Lat-] [Ovid] . / Disagreement disagreement| discord| discordance| dissonance|dissidence| discrepancy| unconformity | incongruity| incongruence|discongruity| mesalliance| jarring dissension | conflict (opposition) | bickering| clashing| misunderstanding| wrangle . / disparity| mismatch| disproportion| dissimilitude| inequality|disproportionateness | variance| divergence| repugnance . / unfitness | inaptitude| impropriety| inapplicability | inconsistency| inconcinnity| irrelevancy (irrelation) . / misjoining| misjoinder| syncretism| intrusion| interference|concordia discors [Lat-] . / fish out of water . / disagree| clash| jar (discord) | interfere| intrude| comeamiss| not concern | mismatch| humano capiti cervicem jungereequinam [Lat-] . / disagreeing discordant| discrepant| at variance| at war|hostile| antagonistic| repugnant| incompatible| irreconcilable|inconsistent with| unconformable| exceptional | intrusive|incongruous| disproportionate| disproportionated| inharmonious|unharmonious| inconsonant| unconsonant| divergent| repugnant to . / inapt| unapt| inappropriate| improper| unsuited| unsuitable|inapplicable| not to the point| unfit| unfitting| unbefitting|unbecoming| illtimed| unseasonable| mal a propos [Fr-]| inadmissible|inapposite (irrelevant) . / uncongenial| ill-assorted| ill-sorted| mismatched| misjoined|misplaced| misclassified| unaccommodating| irreducible|incommensurable| uncommensurable| unsympathetic . / out of character| out of keeping| out of proportion| out of joint|out of tune| out of place| out of season| out of its element| at oddswith| at variance with . / in defiance| in contempt| in spite of| discordantly | atort et a travers . / asinus ad lyram [Lat-] . / QUANTITY SIMPLE QUANTITY [Absolute quantity] Quantity quantity| magnitude| size (dimensions) | amplitude| magnitude| mass| amount| sum| quantum|measure| substance| strength| force . / [Science of quantity] mathematics| mathesis . / [Logic] category| general conception| universal predicament . / [Definite or finite quantity] armful| handful| mouthful|spoonful| capful| stock| batch| lot| dose| yaffle . / quantify| measure| fix| estimate| determine| quantitate| enumerate . / quantitative| some| any| aught| more or less| a few . / to the tune of| all of| a full| the sum of| fully| exactly|precisely . / [Relative quantity] Degree degree| grade| extent| measure|amount| ratio| stint| standard| height| pitch| reach| amplitude| range|scope| caliber| gradation| shade| tenor| compass| sphere| station|rank| standing| rate| way| sort . / point| mark| stage (term) | intensity| strength (greatness) . / comparative| gradual| shading off| within the bounds (limit) by degrees| gradually| inasmuch| pro tanto [Italian]| however|howsoever| step by step| bit by bit| little by little| inch by inch|drop by drop| a little at a time| by inches| by slow degrees| bydegrees| by little and little| in some degree| in some measure| to someextent| di grado in grado [Lat-] . / COMPARATIVE QUANTITY [Sameness of quantity or degree] Equality equality| parity|coextension| symmetry| balance| poise| evenness| monotony| level . / equivalence| equipollence| equipoise| equilibrium|equiponderance| par| quits| a wash| not a pin to choose| distinctionwithout a difference| six of one and half a dozen of the other| tweedledee and tweedle dum [Lat-]| identity | similarity . / equalization| equation| equilibration| co-ordination| adjustment|readjustment . / drawn game| drawn battle| neck and neck race| tie| draw| standoff|dead heat . / match| peer| compeer| equal| mate| fellow| brother| equivalent . / be equal | equal| match| reach| keep pace with| run abreast|come to| amount to| come up to| be on a level with| lie on a levelwith| balance| cope with| come to the same thing . / render equal | equalize level| dress| balance| equate|handicap| give points| spot points| handicap| trim| adjust| poise| fit|accommodate| adapt (render accordant) | strike a balance|establish equality| restore equality| restore equilibrium| readjust|stretch on the bed of Procrustes . / equal| even| level| monotonous| coequal| symmetrical| coordinate|on a par with| on a level with| on a footing with| up to the mark|equiparant . / equivalent| tantamount| indistinguishable| quits| homologous|synonymous | resolvable into| convertible| much at one| as broadas long| neither more nor less . / | much the same as| the same thing as|as good as| all one| all the same| equipollent| equiponderant|equiponderous| equibalanced| equalized drawn| half and half|isochronal| isochronous isoperimetric| isoperimetrical| isobath[Ocean]| isobathic [Ocean] . / equally | pari passu [Lat-]| ad eundum [Lat-]| caeterisparibus [Lat-]| in equilibrio [Lat-]| to all intents and purposes . / it comes to the same thing| it amounts to the same thing| what issauce for the goose is sauce for the gander . / [Difference of quantity or degree] Inequality inequality|disparity| imparity| odds| difference | unevenness| inclination ofthe balance| partiality| bias| weight| shortcoming| casting weight|make-weight| superiority | inferiority | inequation . / be unequal | countervail| have the advantage| give theadvantage| turn the scale| kick the beam| topple| topple over|overmatch | not come up to . / unequal| uneven| disparate| partial| unbalanced| overbalanced|top-heavy| lopsided| biased| skewed| disquiparant . / haud passibus aequis [Lat-] [Vergil] . / Mean mean| average| median| mode| balance| medium|mediocrity| generality| golden mean (mid-course) | middle |compromise | middle course| middle state| neutrality . / mediocrity| least common denominator . / split the difference| take the average n . / | reduce to a mean n . / | strike a balance| pair off . / mean| intermediate| middle | average| neutral . / mediocre| middle-class| commonplace (unimportant) . / on an average| in the long run| taking one with another| takingall things together| taking it for all in all| communibus annis [Lat-]|in round numbers . / medium tenuere beati [Lat-] . / Compensation compensation| equation| commutation|indemnification| compromise| neutralization| nullification|counteraction | reaction| measure for measure| retaliation| equalization| | robbing Peter to pay Paul . / set-off| offset| make-weight| casting-weight| counterpoise|ballast| indemnity| equivalent| quid pro quo| bribe| hush money| amends (atonement) | counterbalance| counterclaim| cross-debt| cross-demand . / make compensation| compensate| compense| indemnify| counteract|countervail| counterpoise| balance| outbalance| overbalance|counterbalance| set off| hedge| square| give and take| make up for| leeway| cover| fill up| neutralize| nullify| equalize | make good|redeem (atone) . / compensating| compensatory| countervailing in the oppositescale| equivalent (equal) . / in return| in consideration| but| however| yet| still|notwithstanding| nevertheless| nathless| none the less| although|though| albeit| howbeit| mauger| at all events| at any rate| be that asit may| for all that| even so| on the other| hand| at the same time|quoad minus [Lat-]| quand meme [Fr-]| however that may be| after all issaid and done| taking one thing with another (average) . / light is mingled with the gloom [Whittier]| every dark cloud has asilver lining| primo avulso non deficit alter [Vergil]| saepe creatmolles aspera spina rosas [Lat-] [Ovid] . / QUANTITY BY COMPARISON WITH A STANDARD Greatness greatness | magnitude| size (dimensions)| multitude (number) | immensity| enormity| infinity |might| strength| intensity| fullness| importance . / great quantity| quantity| deal| power| sight| pot| volume| world|mass| heap (assemblage) | stock (store) | peck| bushel|load| cargo| cartload| wagonload| shipload| flood| spring tide|abundance (sufficiency) . / principal part| chief part| main part| greater part| major part|best part| essential part| bulk| mass (whole) . / be great | run high| soar| tower| transcend| rise to a greatheight| carry to a great height| know no bounds| ascend| mount . / enlarge (increase) | (expand) . / great| greater | large| considerable| fair| above par| big|huge (large in size) | Herculean| cyclopean| ample| abundant| (enough) full| intense| strong| sound| passing| heavy| plenary|deep| high| signal| at its height| in the zenith . / world-wide| widespread| far-famed| extensive| wholesale| many goodly| noble| precious| mighty| sad| grave| heavy| serious| fargone| arrant| downright| utter| uttermost| crass| gross| arch|profound| intense| consummate| rank| uninitiated| red-hot| desperate|glaring| flagrant| stark staring| thorough-paced| thoroughgoing|roaring| thumping| extraordinary . / | important | unsurpassed (supreme) | complete . / august| grand| dignified| sublime| majestic (repute) . / vast| immense| enormous| extreme| inordinate| excessive|extravagant| exorbitant| outrageous| preposterous| unconscionable|swinging| monstrous| overgrown| towering| stupendous| prodigious|astonishing| incredible| marvelous . / unlimited (infinite) | unapproachable| unutterable|indescribable| ineffable| unspeakable| inexpressible| beyondexpression| fabulous . / undiminished| unabated| unreduced| unrestricted . / absolute| positive| stark| decided| unequivocal| essential|perfect| finished . / remarkable| of mark| marked| pointed| veriest| noteworthy|renowned . / truly (truth) [in a positive degree]| decidedly|unequivocally| purely| absolutely| seriously| essentially|fundamentally| radically| downright| in all conscience| for the mostpart| in the main . / [in a complete degree] entirely (completely) | abundantly (sufficiently) | widely| far and wide . / [in a great or high degree] greatly | much| muckle| well|indeed| very| very much| a deal| no end of| most| not a little| pretty|pretty well| enough| in a great measure| richly| to a large extent| toa great extent| to a gigantic extent| on a large scale| so| never so|ever so| ever so dole| scrap| shred| tag| splinter| rag| much| bywholesale| mighty| powerfully| with a witness| ultra [Lat-]| in theextreme| extremely| exceedingly| intensely| exquisitely| acutely|indefinitely| immeasurably| beyond compare| beyond comparison| beyondmeasure| beyond all bounds| incalculably| infinitely . / [in a supreme degree] preeminently| superlatively (superiority) [in a too great degree] immoderately| monstrously| preposterously|inordinately| exorbitantly| excessively| enormously| out of allproportion| with a vengeance . / [in a marked degree] particularly| remarkably| singularly|curiously| uncommonly| unusually| peculiarly| notably| signally|strikingly| pointedly| mainly| chiefly| famously| egregiously|prominently| glaringly| emphatically| kat exochin [Gr]| strangely|wonderfully| amazingly| surprisingly| astonishingly| incredibly|marvelously| awfully| stupendously . / [in an exceptional degree] peculiarly (unconformity) . / [in a violent degree] furiously (violence) | severely|desperately| tremendously| extravagantly| confoundedly| deucedly|devilishly| with a vengeance| a outrance| a toute outrance [Fr-] . / [in a painful degree] painfully| sadly| grossly| sorely| bitterly|piteously| grievously| miserably| cruelly| woefully| lamentably|shockingly| frightfully| dreadfully| fearfully| terribly| horribly . / a maximis ad minima [Lat-]| greatness knows itself [Henry IV]|mightiest powers by deepest calms are fed [B . / Cornwall]| minimum decet libere cui multum licet [Lat-] [Seneca]|some are born great| some achieve greatness| and some have greatnessthrust upon them [Twelfth Night] . / Smallness smallness | littleness (small size) |tenuity| paucity| fewness (small number) | meanness|insignificance (unimportance) | mediocrity| moderation . / small quantity| modicum| trace| hint| minimum| vanishing point|material point| atom| particle| molecule| corpuscle| point| speck| dot|mote| jot| iota| ace| minutiae| details| look| thought| idea| soupcon|dab| dight| whit| tittle| shade| shadow| spark| scintilla| gleam|touch| cast| grain| scruple| granule| globule| minim| sup| sip| sop|spice| drop| droplet| sprinkling| dash| morceau| screed| smack| tinge|tincture| inch| patch| scantling| tatter| cantlet| flitter| gobbet|mite| bit| morsel| crumb| seed| fritter| shive| snip| snippet| snick|snack| snatch| slip| scrag| chip| chipping| shiver| sliver| driblet|clipping| paring| shaving| hair . / nutshell| thimbleful| spoonful| handful| capful| mouthful|fragment| fraction (part) | drop in the ocean . / animalcule . / trifle (unimportant thing) | mere nothing| next to nothing|hardly anything| just enough to swear by| the shadow of a shade . / finiteness| finite quantity . / be small | lie in a nutshell . / diminish (decrease) | (contract) . / small| little| diminutive (small in size) | minute| fine|inconsiderable| paltry (unimportant) | faint (weak) |slender| light| slight| scanty| scant| limited| meager (insufficient) | sparing| few | low| so-so| middling|tolerable| no great shakes| below par| under par| below the mark| at alow ebb| halfway| moderate| modest| tender| subtle . / inappreciable| evanescent| infinitesimal| homeopathic| very small|atomic| corpuscular| microscopic| molecular| subatomic . / mere| simple| sheer| stark| bare| near run . / dull| petty| shallow| stolid| ungifted| unintelligent . / to a small extent [in a small degree]| on a small scale| a littlebit| a wee bit| slightly | imperceptibly| miserably| wretchedly|insufficiently | imperfectly| faintly | passably| prettywell| well enough . / [in a certain or limited degree] partially| in part| in a certaindegree| to a certain degree| to a certain extent| comparatively| some|rather in some degree| in some measure| something| somewhat| simply|only| purely| merely| at least| at the least| at most| at the most|ever so little| as little as may be| tant soit peu [Fr-]| in ever sosmall a degree| thus far| pro tanto [Italian]| within bounds| in a manner|after a fashion| so to speak . / almost| nearly| well-nigh| short of| not quite| all but| nearupon| close upon| peu s`en faut [Fr-]| near the mark| within an ace of|within an inch of| on the brink of| scarcely| hardly| barely| onlyjust| no more than . / about [in an uncertain degree]| thereabouts| somewhere about|nearly| say| be the same| be little more or less . / no ways [in no degree]| no way| no wise| not at all| not in theleast| not a bit| not a bit of it| not a whit| not a jot| not a shadow|in no wise| in no respect| by no means| by no manner of means| on noaccount| at no hand . / dare pondus idonea fumo [Lat-] [Persius]| magno conatu magnasnugas [Lat-] [Terence]| small sands the mountain| moments make the year[Young] . / QUANTITY BY COMPARISON WITH A SIMILAR OBJECT [Supremacy] Superiority superiority| majority| greatness | advantage| pull| preponderance| preponderation| vantage ground|prevalence| partiality| personal superiority| nobility (rank) |Triton among the minnows| primus inter pares [Lat-]| nulli secundus[Lat-]| captain| crackajack [U . / S] . / supremacy| preeminence| lead| maximum| record| trikumia [Gr]|climax| culmination (summit) | transcendence| ne plus ultra[Lat-]| lion`s share| Benjamin`s mess| excess| surplus (remainder)| (redundancy) . / be superior | exceed| excel| transcend| outdo| outbalance|outweigh| outrank| outrival| out-Herod| pass| surpass| get ahead of|over-top| override| overpass| overbalance| overweigh| overmatch| top|o`ertop| cap| beat| cut out| beat hollow| outstrip | eclipse|throw into the shade| take the shine out of| outshine| put one`s noseout of joint| have the upper hand| have the whip hand of| have theadvantage| turn the scale| kick the beam| play first fiddle (importance) | preponderate| predominate| prevail| precede| takeprecedence| come first| come to a head| culminate| beat all others| bear the palm| break the record| take the cake [U . / S] . / become larger| render larger (increase) | (expand) . / superior| greater| major| higher| exceeding great |distinguished| ultra [Lat-]| vaulting| more than a match for . / supreme| greatest| utmost| paramount| preeminent| foremost|crowning| first-rate (important) | (excellent) | unrivaledpeerless| matchless| none such| second to none| sans pareil [Fr-]|unparagoned| unparalleled| unequalled| unapproached| unsurpassed|superlative| inimitable facile princeps [Lat-]| incomparable|sovereign| without parallel| nulli secundus [Lat-]| ne plus ultra[Lat-]| beyond compare| beyond comparison| culminating (topmost)| transcendent| transcendental| plus royaliste que le Roi [Fr-]|more catholic than the Pope increased (added to) | enlarged (expanded) . / beyond| more| over| over the mark| above the mark| above par|upwards of| in advance of| over and above| at the top of the scale| atits height . / [in a superior or supreme degree] eminently| egregiously|preeminently| surpassing| prominently| superlatively| supremely| aboveall| of all things| the most| to crown all| kat exochin [Gr]| parexcellence| principally| especially| particularly| peculiarly| afortiori| even| yea| still more . / I shall not look upon his like again [Hamlet]| deos fortioribusaddesse [Lat-] [Tacitus] . / Inferiority inferiority| minority| subordinacy| shortcoming|deficiency| minimum| smallness | imperfection| lower quality|lower worth . / [personal inferiority] commonalty . / be inferior | fall short of| come short of| not pass| notcome up to| want . / become smaller| render smaller (decrease) | (contract) |hide its diminished head| retire into the shade| yield the palm| playsecond fiddle| be upstaged| take a back seat . / inferior| smaller| small | minor| less| lesser| deficient|minus| lower| subordinate| secondary| secondrate (imperfect) |sub| subaltern| thrown into the shade| weighed in the balance and foundwanting| not fit to hold a candle to| can`t hold a candle to . / least| smallest (little) (small) | lowest . / diminished (decreased) | reduced (contracted) |unimportant . / less| under the mark| below the mark| below par| at the bottom ofthe scale| at a low ebb| at a disadvantage| short of| under . / CHANGES IN QUANTITY Increase increase| augmentation| enlargement| extension|dilatation (expansion) | increment| accretion| accession |development| growth| aggrandizement| aggravation| rise| ascent |exaggeration exacerbation| spread (dispersion) | flood tide| gain|produce| product| profit . / increase| augment| add to| enlarge| dilate (expand) | grow|wax| get ahead . / gain strength| advance| run up| shoot up| rise| ascend |sprout . / aggrandize| raise| exalt| deepen| heighten| strengthen| intensify|enhance| magnify| redouble| aggravate| exaggerate| exasperate|exacerbate| add fuel to the flame| oleum addere camino [Lat-]| superadd (add) | spread (disperse) . / increased on the increase| undiminished| additional (added) . / crescendo . / vires acquirit eundo [Lat-] [Vergil] . / Nonincrease| Decrease decrease| diminution| lessening subtraction | reduction| abatement| declension| shrinking (contraction . / ) | coarctation| abridgment (shortening) |extenuation . / subsidence| wane| ebb| decline| ebbing| descent | decrement|reflux| depreciation| deterioration | anticlimax| mitigation (moderation) . / decrease| diminish| lessen| abridge (shorten) | shrink (contract) | drop off| fall off| tail off| fall away| waste| wear|wane| ebb| decline| descend | subside| melt away| die away|retire into the shade| hide its diminished head| fall to a low ebb| runlow| languish| decay| crumble . / bate| abate| dequantitate| discount| depreciate| extenuate| lower|weaken| attenuate| fritter away| mitigate (moderate) | dwarf|throw into the shade| reduce | shorten | subtract . / unincreased | decreased decreasing on the wane a gilded halo hovering round decay [Byron]| fine by degrees andbeautifully less [Prior] . / CONJUNCTIVE QUANTITY Addition addition| annexation| adjection| junction |superposition| superaddition| superjunction| superfetation| accession|reinforcement| increase | increment| supplement| accompaniment | interposition | insertion . / add| annex| affix| superadd| subjoin| superpose| clap on| saddle on|tack to| append| tag| ingraft| saddle with| sprinkle| introduce (interpose) | insert . / become added| accrue| advene| supervene . / reinforce| reenforce| restrengthen| swell the ranks of| augment added additional| supplemental| supplementary| suppletory|subjunctive| adjectitious| adscititious| ascititious| additive| extra|accessory . / au reste [Fr-]| in addition| more| plus| extra| and| also|likewise| too| furthermore| further| item| and also| and eke| else|besides| to boot| et cetera| | and so on| and so forth| into thebargain| cum multis aliis [Lat-]| over and above| moreover . / with| withal| including| inclusive| as well as| not to mention|let alone| together with| along with| coupled with| in conjunctionwith| conjointly| jointly . / adde parvum parvo magnus acervus erit [Lat-] . / Nonaddition . / Subtraction subtraction| subduction| deduction|retrenchment| removal| withdrawal| ablation| sublation| abstraction (taking) | garbling| mutilation| detruncation| amputation|abscission| excision| recision| curtailment | minuend|subtrahend| decrease | abrasion . / subduct| subtract| deduct| deduce| bate| retrench| remove| withdraw|take from| take away| detract . / garble| mutilate| amputate| detruncate| cut off| cut away| cutout| abscind| excise| pare| thin| prune| decimate| abrade| scrape|file| geld| castrate| eliminate . / diminish | curtail (shorten) | deprive of (take)| weaken . / subtracted subtractive . / in deduction n . / | less| short of| minus| without| except| exceptfor| excepting| with the exception of| barring| save| exclusive of|save and except| with a reservation| not counting| if one doesn`tcount . / [Thing added] Adjunct adjunct| addition| additament| additum[Lat-]| affix| appelidage| annexe| annex| augment| augmentation|increment| reinforcement| supernumerary| accessory| item| garnish|sauce| accompaniment | adjective| addendum| complement|supplement| continuation . / rider| offshoot| episode| side issue| corollary| piece [Fr-]|flap| lappet| skirt| embroidery| trappings| cortege| tail| suffix (sequel) | wing . / additional . / alate| alated| winged . / in addition . / [Thing remaining] Remainder remainder| residue| remains|remanent| remnant| rest| relic| leavings| heeltap| odds and ends|cheesepairings| candle ends| orts| residuum| dregs (dirt) |refuse (useless) | stubble| result| educt| fag-end| ruins| wreck|skeleton . / | stump| alluvium . / surplus| overplus| excess| balance| complement| superplus|surplusage| superfluity (redundancy) | survival| survivance . / remain| be left | exceed| survive| leave . / remaining| left| left behind left over| residual| residuary| over|odd| unconsumed| sedimentary| surviving| net| exceeding| over andabove| outlying| outstanding| cast off | superfluous (redundant) . / [Thing deducted] Decrement decrement| discount| defect|loss| deduction| afterglow| eduction| waste . / [Forming a whole without coherence] Mixture mixture|admixture| commixture| commixtion| commixion| intermixture| alloyage|matrimony| junction | combination | miscegenation . / impregnation| infusion| diffusion suffusion| transfusion|infiltration| seasoning| sprinkling| interlarding| interpolation| adulteration| sophistication . / [Thing mixed] tinge| tincture| touch| dash| smack| sprinkling|spice| seasoning| infusion| soupcon . / [Compound resulting from mixture] alloy| amalgam| brass| chowchow|pewter| magma| half-and-half| melange| tertium quid [Lat-]| miscellany|ambigu| medley| mess| hotchpot| pasticcio| patchwork| odds and ends|all sorts| jumble (disorder) | salad| sauce| mash| omnium gatherum[Lat-]| gallimaufry| olla-podrida| olio| salmagundi| potpourri| Noah`sark| caldron texture| mingled yarn| mosaic (variegation) . / half-blood| half-caste . / mulatto| terceron| quarteron| quinteron | quadroon| octoroon|griffo| zambo| cafuzo| Eurasian| fustee| fustie| griffe| ladino|marabou| mestee| mestizo| quintroon| sacatra zebrule [Lat-]| catalo|cross| hybrid| mongrel . / mix| join | combine | commix| immix| intermix| mix upwith| mingle| commingle| intermingle| bemingle| shuffle (derange)| pound together| hash up| stir up| knead| brew| impregnate with|interlard (interpolate) | intertwine| interweave |associate with| miscegenate . / be mixed | get among| be entangled with . / instill| imbue| infuse| suffuse| transfuse| infiltrate| dash|tinge| tincture| season| sprinkle| besprinkle| attemper| medicate|blend| cross| alloy| amalgamate| compound| adulterate| sophisticate|infect . / mixed implex| composite| half-and-half| linsey-woolsey|chowchow| hybrid| mongrel| heterogeneous| motley (variegated) |miscellaneous| promiscuous| indiscriminate| miscible . / among| amongst| amid| amidst| with| in the midst of| in the crowd . / [Freedom from mixture] Simpleness simpleness |purity| homogeneity . / elimination| sifting purification (cleanness) . / render simple | simplify . / sift| winnow| bolt| eliminate| exclude| get rid of| clear| purify (clean) | disentangle (disjoin) . / simple| uniform| of a piece [Fr-]| homogeneous| single| pure|sheer| neat . / unmixed| unmingled| unblended| uncombined| uncompounded|elementary| undecomposed| unadulterated| unsophisticated| unalloyed|untinged| unfortified| pur et simple [Fr-]| incomplex . / free from| exempt from| exclusive . / simple . / only . / Junction junction| joining joinder [Law]| unionconnection| conjunction| conjugation| annexion| annexation| annexment|astriction| attachment| compagination| vincture| ligation|alligation| accouplement| marriage (wedlock|) | infibulation|inosculation| symphysis [Anat]| anastomosis| confluence|communication| concatenation| meeting| reunion| assemblage . / coition| copulation| sex| sexual congress| sexual conjunction|sexual intercourse| love-making . / joint| joining| juncture| pivot| hinge| articulation| commissure|seam| gore| gusset| suture| stitch| link | miter mortise . / closeness| tightness| | coherence | combination . / annexationist . / join| unite| conjoin| connect| associate| put together| laytogether| clap together| hang together| lump together| hold together|piece together [Fr-]| tack together| fix together| bind up togethertogether| embody| reembody| roll into one . / attach| fix| affix| saddle on| fasten| bind| secure| clinch|twist| make fast | tie| pinion| string| strap| sew| lace| tat|stitch| tack| knit| button| buckle| hitch| lash| truss| bandage| braid|splice| swathe| gird| tether| moor| picket| harness| chain| fetter (restrain) | lock| latch| belay| brace| hook| grapple| leash|couple| accouple| link| yoke| bracket| marry (wed) | bridge over|span . / braze| pin| nail| bolt| hasp| clasp| clamp| crimp| screw| rivet|impact| solder| set| weld together| fuse together| wedge| rabbet|mortise| miter| jam| dovetail| enchase| graft| ingraft| inosculate|entwine| intwine| interlink| interlace| intertwine| intertwist|interweave| entangle| twine round| belay| tighten| trice up| screw up . / be joined | hang together| hold together| cohere . / joined joint| conjoint| conjunct| corporate| compact| handin hand . / firm| fast| close| tight| taut| taught| secure| set| intervolved|inseparable| indissoluble| insecable| severable . / jointly | in conjunction with (in addition to) | fast|firmly| | intimately . / tria juncta in uno [Lat-] . / Disjunction disjunction| disconnection| disunity| disunion|disassociation| disengagement| discontinuity | abjunction|cataclasm| inconnection| abstraction| abstractedness| isolation|insularity| insulation| oasis| island| separateness | severalty|disjecta membra [Lat-]| dispersion | apportionment . / separation| parting circumcision| detachment| segregation|divorce| sejunction| seposition| diduction| diremption| discerption|elision| caesura| break| fracture| division| subdivision| rupture|compartition| dismemberment| dislocation| luxation| severance|disseverance| scission| rescission| abscission| laceration|dilaceration| disruption| abruption| avulsion| divulsion| section|resection| cleavage| fission| partibility| separability . / fissure| breach| rent| split| rift| crack| slit| incision . / dissection anatomy| decomposition | cutting instrument (sharpness) | buzzsaw| circular saw| rip saw . / separatist . / be disjoined | come off| fall off| come to pieces| fall to pieces|peel off| get loose . / disjoin| disconnect| disengage| disunite| dissociate| dispair|divorce| part| dispart| detach| separate| cut off| rescind| segregate|set apart| keep apart| insulate| isolate| throw out of gear| cutadrift| loose| unloose| undo| unbind| unchain| unlock (fix) |unpack| unravel| disentangle| set free (liberate) . / sunder| divide| subdivide| sever| dissever| abscind| circumcise|cut| incide| incise| saw| snip| nib| nip| cleave| rive| rend| slit|split| splinter| chip| crack| snap| break| tear| burst| rend | rendasunder| rend in twain| wrench| rupture| shatter| shiver| cranch|crunch| craunch| chop| cut up| rip up| hack| hew| slash| whittle|haggle| hackle| discind| lacerate| scamble| mangle| gash| hash| slice . / cut up| carve| dissect| anatomize| dislimb| take to pieces| pullto pieces| pick to pieces| tear to pieces| tear to tatters| tearpiecemeal| tear limb from limb| divellicate| skin | disintegrate|dismember| disbranch| disband| disperse | dislocate| disjoint|break up| mince| comminute (pulverize) | apportion . / part| part company| separate| leave . / disjoined discontinuous | multipartite| abstract|disjunctive| secant| isolated insular| separate| disparate|discrete| apart| asunder| far between| loose| free| unattached|unannexed| unassociated| unconnected| distinct| adrift| straggling|rift| reft . / [capable of being cut] scissile [Chem]| divisible| discerptible|partible| separable . / separately | one by one| severally| apart| adrift| asunder|in twain| in the abstract| abstractedly . / [Connecting medium] Connection vinculum| link| connective|connection| junction | bond of union| copula| hyphen| intermedium|bracket| bridge| stepping-stone| isthmus . / bond| tendon| tendril| fiber| cord| cordage| riband| ribbon| rope|guy| cable| line| halser| hawser| painter| moorings| wire| chain|string (filament) . / fastener| fastening| tie| ligament| ligature| strap| tackle|rigging| standing rigging| running rigging| traces| harness| yoke| bandribband| bandage| brace| roller| fillet| inkle| with| withe| withy|thong| braid| girder| tiebeam| girth| girdle| cestus| garter| halter|noose| lasso| surcingle| knot| running knot| cabestro [U . / S]| cinch[U . / S]| lariat| legadero| oxreim| suspenders . / pin| corking pin| nail| brad| tack| skewer| staple| corrugatedfastener| clamp| U-clamp| C-clamp| cramp| cramp iron| ratchet| detent|larigo| pawl| terret| treenail| screw| button| buckle| clasp| hasp|hinge| hank| catch| latch| bolt| latchet| tag| tooth| hook| hook andeye| lock| holdfast| padlock| rivet| anchor| grappling iron| trennel|stake| post . / cement| glue| gum| paste| size| wafer| solder| lute| putty|birdlime| mortar| stucco| plaster| grout| viscum . / shackle| rein (means of restraint) | prop (support) . / bridge over| span| connect | hang . / Coherence coherence| adherence| adhesion| adhesiveness|concretion accretion| conglutination| agglutination| agglomeration|aggregation| consolidation| set| cementation| sticking| soldering connection| dependence . / tenacity| toughness| stickiness | inseparability|inseparableness| bur| remora . / conglomerate| concrete (density) . / cohere| adhere| stick| cling| cleave| hold| take hold of| hold fast|close with| clasp| hug| grow together| hang together| twine round (join) . / stick like a leech| stick like wax| stick close| cling like ivy|cling like a bur| adhere like a remora| adhere like Dejanira`s shirt . / glue| agglutinate| conglutinate| cement| lute| paste| gum| solder|weld| cake| consolidate (solidify) | agglomerate . / cohesive| adhesive| adhering| cohering tenacious| tough|sticky . / united| unseparated| unsessile| inseparable| inextricable|infrangible| compact (dense) . / [Want of adhesion| nonadhesion| immiscibility] Incoherence nonadhesion| immiscibility| incoherence| looseness | laxity|relaxation| loosening freedom| disjunction | rope of sand . / make loose | loosen| slacken| relax| unglue | detach (disjoin) . / nonadhesive| immiscible| incoherent| detached| loose| baggy|slack| lax| relaxed| flapping| streaming| disheveled| segregated| likegrains of sand unconsolidated | uncombined | noncohesive . / Combination combination| mixture | junction |union| unification| synthesis| incorporation| amalgamation| embodiment|coalescence| crasis| fusion| blending| absorption| centralization . / alloy| compound| amalgam| composition| tertium quid [Lat-]|resultant| impregnation . / combine| unite| incorporate| amalgamate| embody| absorb| reembody|blend| merge| fuse| melt into one| consolidate| coalesce| centralize|impregnate| put together| lump together| cement a union| marry . / combined impregnated with| ingrained| imbued inoculated . / Decomposition decomposition| analysis| dissection|resolution| catalysis| dissolution| corruption (uncleanness) |dispersion | disjunction | disintegration . / decompose| decompound| analyze| disembody| dissolve| resolve intoits elements| separate into its elements| electrolyze [Chem]| dissect|decentralize| break up| disperse | unravel (unroll) |crumble into dust . / decomposed catalytic| analytical| resolvent| separative|solvent . / CONCRETE QUANTITY [Principal part] Whole whole| totality| integrity| totalness | entirety| ensemble| collectiveness| unity | completeness | indivisibility| indiscerptibility| integration| embodiment|integer . / all| the whole| total| aggregate| one and all| gross amount| sum|sum total| tout ensemble| length and breadth of| Alpha and Omega| beall and end all| complex| complexus| lock stock and barrel . / bulk| mass| lump| tissue| staple| body| compages| trunk| torso|bole| hull| hulk| skeleton greater part| major part| best part|principal part| main part| essential part (importance) | lion`sshare| Benjamin`s mess| the long and the short| nearly| all| almostall . / form a whole| constitute a whole| integrate| embody| amass|aggregate (assemble) | amount to| come to . / whole| total| integral| entire| complete | one| individual . / unbroken| intact| uncut| undivided| unsevered| unclipped|uncropped| unshorn| seamless| undiminished| undemolished| undissolved|undestroyed| unbruised . / indivisible| indissoluble| indissolvable| indiscerptible . / wholesale| sweeping| comprehensive . / wholly| altogether| totally (completely) | entirely| all| allin all| as a whole| wholesale| in a body| collectively| all puttogether| in the aggregate| in the lump| in the mass| in the gross| inthe main| in the long run| en masse| as a body| on the whole| bodily|en bloc| in extenso [Lat-]| throughout| every inch| substantially . / tout bien ou rien [Fr-] . / Part part| portion| dose| item| particular| aught| any|division| ward| subdivision| section| chapter| clause| count|paragraph| verse| article| passage| sector| segment| fraction|fragment| cantle| frustum| detachment| parcel . / piece [Fr-]| lump| bit cut| cutting| chip| chunk| collop| slice|scale| lamina | small part| morsel| particle (smallness) |installment| dividend| share (allotment) . / debris| odds and ends| oddments| detritus| excerpta| member| limb|lobe| lobule| arm| wing| scion| branch| bough| joint| link| offshoot|ramification| twig| bush| spray| sprig| runner| leaf| leaflet| stump|component part | sarmentum . / compartment| department (class) | county (region) . / part| divide| break (disjoin) | partition (apportion) . / fractional| fragmentary| sectional| aliquot| divided incompartments| multifid| disconnected| partial . / partly| in part| partially| piecemeal| part by part| by byinstallments| by snatches| by inches| by driblets| bit by bit| inch byinch| foot by foot| drop by drop| in detail| in lots . / Completeness completeness | completion |integration| allness . / entirety| perfection | solidity| solidarity| unity| all| neplus ultra [Lat-]| ideal| limit . / complement| supplement| make-weight| filling| up impletion|saturation| saturity| high water| high tide| flood tide| spring tide|fill| load| bumper| bellyful| brimmer| sufficiency . / be complete | come to a head . / render complete | complete (accomplish) | fill|charge| load| replenish| make up| make good| piece out [Fr-]| eke out|supply deficiencies| fill up| fill in| fill to the brim| fill themeasure of| saturate . / go the whole hog| go the whole length| go all lengths . / complete| entire| whole | perfect | full| good|absolute| thorough| plenary| solid| undivided| with all its parts| all-sided . / exhaustive| radical| sweeping| thorough-going| dead . / regular| consummate| unmitigated| sheer| unqualified|unconditional| free| abundant (sufficient) . / brimming| brimful| topful| topfull| chock full| choke full| asfull as an egg is of meat| as full as a vetch| saturated| crammed|replete (redundant) | fraught| laden| full-laden| full-fraught|full-charged| heavy laden . / completing supplemental| supplementary| ascititious . / completely | altogether| outright| wholly| totally| intoto| quite| all out| over head and ears| effectually| for good andall| nicely| fully| through thick and thin| head and shoulders| neckand heel| neck and crop| in all respects| in every respect| at allpoints| out and out| to all intents and purposes| toto coelo [Lat-]|utterly| clean| clean as a whistle| to the full| to the utmost| to thebackbone| hollow| stark| heart and soul| root and branch| down to theground . / to the top of one`s bent| as far as possible| a outrance . / throughout| from first to last| from beginning to end| from end toend| from one end to the other| from Dan to Beersheba| from head tofoot| from top to toe| from top to bottom| de fond en comble [Fr-]| afond| a capite ad calcem [Lat-]| ab ovo usque ad mala [Lat-]| fore andaft| every| whit| every inch| cap-a-pie| to the end of the chapter| upto the brim| up to the ears| up to the eyes| as a as can be . / on all accounts| sous tous les rapports [Fr-]| with a vengeance|with a witness . / falsus in uno falsus in omnibus [Lat-]| false in one thing| falsein everything| omnem movere lapidem [Lat-]| una scopa nuova spazza bene[Italian] . / Incompleteness incompleteness | deficiency| shortmeasure| shortcoming | insufficiency | imperfection |immaturity (nonpreparation) | half measures . / [part wanting] defect| deficit| defalcation| omission| caret|shortage| interval | break (discontinuity) | noncompletion | missing link . / missing piece| missing part| gap| hole| lacuna . / be incomplete | fall short of | lack (beinsufficient) | neglect . / incomplete| imperfect | unfinished| uncompleted (complete) | defective| deficient| wanting| lacking| failing| indefault| in arrear| short of| hollow| meager| lame| halfand-half|perfunctory| sketchy| crude (unprepared) . / mutilated| garbled| docked| lopped| truncated . / in progress| in hand| going on| proceeding . / incompletely | by halves . / caetera desunt [Lat-]| caret . / Composition composition| constitution| crasis| combination | inclusion| admission| comprehension| reception| embodiment|formation . / be composed of| be made of| be formed of| be made up of| consist of|be resolved into . / include (in a class) | contain| hold| comprehend| take in|admit| embrace| embody| involve| implicate| drag into . / compose| constitute| form| make| make up| fill up| build up| enterinto the composition of (be a component) . / containing| constituting Exclusion exclusion| nonadmission| omission| exception|rejection| repudiation| exile (seclusion) | noninclusion|preclusion| prohibition . / separation| segregation| seposition| elimination| expulsion|cofferdam . / be excluded from | exclude| bar| leave out| shut out| bar out|reject| repudiate| blackball| lay apart| put apart| set apart| layaside| put aside| relegate| segregate| throw overboard| strike off|strike out| neglect | banish (seclude) | separate (disjoin) . / pass over| omit| garble| eliminate| weed| winnow . / excluding exclusive . / excluded unrecounted| not included in| inadmissible . / exclusive of| barring| except| with the exception of| save|bating . / Component component| component part| integral part| integrantpart| element| constituent| ingredient| leaven| part and parcel|contents| appurtenance| feature| member (part) | personnel . / enter into| enter into the composition of| be a component n . / bepart of| form part of | merge in| be merged in| be implicated in|share in (participate) | belong to| appertain to| combine| inherein| unite . / form| make| constitute| compose . / forming inclusive . / Extraneousness extraneousness | extrinsicality |exteriority | alienage| alienism . / foreign body| foreign substance| foreign element| alien| stranger|intruder| interloper| foreigner| novus homo [Lat-]| newcomer|immigrant| emigrant| creole| Africander| outsider| Dago [Slang]| wop|mick| polak| greaser| slant| Easterner [U . / S]| Dutchman| tenderfoot . / extraneous| foreign| alien| ulterior| tramontane| ultramontane . / excluded | inadmissible| exceptional . / in foreign parts| in foreign lands| abroad| beyond seas| over seaon one`s travels . / ORDER ORDER IN GENERAL Order order| regularity| uniformity| symmetry| lucidus ordo[Lat-]| music of the spheres . / gradation| progression| series (continuity) . / subordination| course| even tenor| routine| method| disposition|arrangement| array| system| economy| discipline orderliness . / rank| place (term) . / be in order| become in order | form| fall in| draw up|arrange itself| range itself| place itself| fall into one`s place| takeone`s place| take one`s rank| rally round . / adjust| methodize| regulate| systematize . / orderly| regular| in order| in trim| in apple-pie order| in itsproper place| neat| tidy| en regle [Fr-]| well regulated| correct|methodical| uniform| symmetrical| shipshape| businesslike| systematic|unconfused (confuse) | arranged . / in order| methodically | in turn| in its turn| by steps|step by step| by regular steps| by regular gradations| by regularstages| by regular intervals| seriatim| systematically| by clockwork|gradatim [Lat-]| at stated periods (periodically) . / natura non facit saltum [Lat-]| order is heaven`s first law[Pope]| order from disorder sprung [Paradise Lost]| ordo est pariumdispariumque rerum sua loca tribuens dispositio [Lat-] [St . / Augustine] . / [Absence| or want of Order| ] Disorder disorder|derangement | irregularity| anomaly (unconformity) | anarchy|anarchism| want of method| untidiness | disunion| discord . / confusion| confusedness | mishmash| mix| disarray| jumble|huddle| litter| lumber| cahotage| farrago| mess| mash| muddle| muss[U . / S]| hash| hodgepodge| hotch-potch| hotch-pot| imbroglio| chaos|omnium gatherum [Lat-]| medley| mere mixture | fortuitousconcourse of atoms| disjecta membra [Lat-]| rudis indigestaque moles[Lat-] [Ovid] . / complexity turmoil| ferment (agitation) | to-do| trouble| pudder|pother| row| rumble| disturbance| hubbub| convulsion| tumult| uproar|revolution| riot| rumpus| stour| scramble| brawl| fracas| rhubarb|fight| free-for-all| row| ruction| rumpus| embroilment| melee| spilland pelt| rough and tumble| whirlwind | bear garden| Babel|Saturnalia| donnybrook| Donnybrook Fair| confusion worse confounded|most admired disorder| concordia discors [Lat-]| Bedlam| all hell brokeloose| bull in a china shop| all the fat in the fire| diable a` quatre[Fr-]| Devil to pay| pretty kettle of fish| pretty piece of work [Fr-]|pretty piece of business [Fr-] . / [legal terms] disorderly person| disorderly persons offence|misdemeanor . / [moral disorder] slattern| slut (libertine) . / be disorderly | ferment| play at cross-purposes . / put out of order| derange | ravel | ruffle| rumple . / disorderly| orderless| out of order| out of place| out of gear|irregular| desultory| anomalous (unconformable) | acephalous|deranged| aimless| disorganized| straggling| unmethodical|immethodical| unsymmetric| unsystematic| untidy| slovenly| dislocated|out of sorts| promiscuous| indiscriminate| chaotic| anarchical|unarranged (arrange) | confused| deranged | topsy-turvy (inverted) | shapeless | disjointed| out of joint . / troublous| riotous (violent) . / complex irregularly | by fits| by fits and snatches| by fits andstarts| pellmell| higgledy-piggledy| helter-skelter| harum-scarum| in aferment| at sixes and sevens| at cross-purposes| upside down . / the cart before the horse| hysteron proteron [Gr]| chaos is comeagain| the wreck of matter and the crush of worlds [Addison] . / Complexity complexity| complexness | complexus|complication| implication| intricacy| intrication| perplexity| network|labyrinth| wilderness| jungle| involution| raveling| entanglement| coil (convolution) | sleave| tangled skein| knot| Gordian knot| wheelswithin wheels| kink| gnarl| knarl| webwork . / [complexity if a task or action] difficulty . / complexify| complicate . / gnarled| knarled . / complex| complexed| intricate| complicated| perplexed| involved|raveled| entangled| knotted| tangled| inextricable| irreducible . / [Reduction to Order] Arrangement arrangement| plan |preparation | disposal| disposition| collocation| allocation|distribution| sorting assortment| allotment| apportionment|taxis| taxonomy| syntaxis| graduation| organization| grouping|tabulation . / analysis| classification| clustering| division| digestion . / [Result of arrangement] digest| synopsis (compendium) |syntagma [Gramm]| table| atlas| file| database| register . / (record) | organism| architecture . / [Instrument for sorting] sieve| riddle| screen| sorter . / reduce to order| bring into order| introduce order into| rally . / arrange| dispose| place| form| put in order| set in order| placein order| set out| collocate| pack| marshal| range| size| rank| group|parcel out| allot| distribute| deal| cast the parts| assign the parts|dispose of| assign places to| assort| sort| sift| riddle| put torights| set to rights| put into shape| put in trim| put in array|apportion . / class| classify| divide| file| string together| thread| register (record) | catalogue| tabulate| index| graduate| digest| grade . / methodize| regulate| systematize| coordinate| organize| settle|fix . / unravel| disentangle| ravel| card| disembroil| feaze . / arranged embattled| in battle array| cut and dried|methodical| orderly| regular| systematic . / In vast cumbrous array [Churchill] . / [Subversion of Order| bringing into disorder] Derangement derangement disorder | evection| discomposure| disturbance|disorganization| deorganization| dislocation| perturbation|interruption| shuffling inversion | corrugation (fold)| involvement . / interchange . / derange| disarrange| misarrange| displace| misplace| mislay|discompose| disorder| deorganize| discombobulate| disorganize| embroil|unsettle| disturb| confuse| trouble| perturb| jumble| tumble| shuffle|randomize| huddle| muddle| toss| hustle| fumble| riot| bring intodisorder| put into disorder| throw into disorder | muss [U . / S]|break the ranks| disconcert| convulse| break in upon . / unhinge| dislocate| put out of joint| throw out of gear . / turn topsy-turvy (invert) | bedevil| complicate| involve|perplex| confound| imbrangle| embrangle| tangle| entangle| ravel|tousle| towzle| dishevel| ruffle| rumple (fold) . / litter| scatter| mix . / rearrange . / deranged syncretic| syncretistic| mussy| messy| flaky|random| unordered [U . / S] . / CONSECUTIVE ORDER Precedence precedence| coming before the lead| le pas|superiority | importance | antecedence| antecedency|anteriority (front) | precursor | priority |precession | anteposition| epacme| preference . / precede| come before| come first| head| lead| take the lead| leadthe way| lead the dance| be in the vanguard| introduce| usher in| havethe pas| set the fashion (influence) | open the ball| takeprecedence| have precedence| have the start (get before) . / place before| prefix| premise| prelude| preface . / preceding precedent| antecedent| anterior| prior |before| former| foregoing| beforementioned| abovementioned|aforementioned| aforesaid| said| precursory| precursive| prevenient|preliminary| prefatory| introductory| prelusive| prelusory| proemial|preparatory . / before| in advance (precession) . / seniores priores [Lat-]| prior tempore prior jure [Lat-] . / Sequence sequence| coming after| going after (following)| consecution| succession| posteriority . / continuation| order of succession| successiveness| paracme . / secondariness| subordinancy (inferiority) . / afterbirth| afterburden| placenta| secundines [Med] . / succeed| come after| come on| come next| follow| ensue| step intothe shoes of| alternate . / place after| suffix| append . / succeeding | sequent| subsequent| consequent| sequacious|proximate| next| consecutive (continuity) | alternate| amoebean . / latter| posterior . / after| subsequently| behind (rear) . / Precursor precursor| antecedent| precedent| predecessor|forerunner| vancourier| avant-coureur [Fr-]| pioneer| prodrome|prodromos| prodromus| outrider| leader| bellwether| herald| harbinger|foreboding| dawn| avant-courier| avant-garde| bellmare| forelooper|foreloper| stalking-horse| voorlooper [Afrik]| voortrekker [Afrik] . / prelude| preamble| preface| prologue| foreword| avant-propos[Fr-]| protasis| proemium| prolusion| proem| prolepsis [Gramm]|prolegomena| prefix| introduction| heading| frontispiece| groundwork|preparation | overture| exordium [Lat-]| symphony| premises . / prefigurement | omen . / precursory| prelusive| prelusory| preludious| proemial|introductory| prefatory| prodromous| inaugural| preliminary| precedent (prior) . / a precedent embalms a principle [Disraeli] . / Sequel sequel| suffix| successor| tail| queue| train| wake|trail| rear| retinue| suite| appendix| postscript| epilogue|peroration| codicil| continuation| sequela| appendage| tail piece[Fr-]| heelpiece| tag| more last words| colophon . / aftercome| aftergrowth| afterpart| afterpiece| aftercourse|afterthought| aftergame| arriere pensee [Fr-]| second thoughts|outgrowth . / Beginning beginning| commencement| opening| outset|incipience| inception| inchoation| introduction (precursor) |alpha| initial| inauguration| debut| le premier pas| embarcation [Fr-]|rising of the curtain| maiden speech| outbreak| onset| brunt|initiative| move| first move| narrow end of the wedge| thin end of thewedge| fresh start| new departure . / origin (cause) | source| rise| bud| germ | egg|rudiment| genesis| primogenesis| birth| nativity| cradle| infancy|start| inception| creation| starting point | dawn (morning)| evolution . / title-page| head| heading| van (front) | caption| fatihah . / entrance| entry| inlet| orifice| mouth| chops| lips| porch|portal| portico| propylon| door| gate| gateway| postern| wicket|threshold| vestibule| propylaeum| skirts| border (edge) . / first stage| first blush| first glance| first impression| firstsight . / rudiments| elements| outlines| grammar| alphabet| ABC . / begin| start| commence| conceive| open| dawn| set in| take its rise|enter upon| enter| set out (depart) | embark in| incept . / initiate| launch| inaugurate . / inchoate| rise| arise| originate . / usher in| lead off| lead the way| take the lead| take theinitiative| head| stand at the head| stand first| stand for| lay thefoundations (prepare) | found (cause) | set up| set onfoot| agoing| set abroach| set the ball in motion| apply the match toa train| broach| open up| open the door to . / get underway| set about| get to work| set to work| set to| make abeginning| make a start . / handsel| take the first step| lay the first stone| cut the firstturf| break ground| break the ice| break cover| pass the Rubicon| crossthe Rubicon| open fire| open the ball| ventilate| air| undertake come into existence| come into the world| make one`s debut| takebirth| burst forth| break out| spring up| spring forth| crop up| popup| appear| materialize . / begin at the beginning| begin ab ovo [Lat-] . / begin again| begin de novo| start afresh| make a fresh start| takeit from the top| shuffle the cards| reshuffle the cards| resume|recommence . / beginning initial| initiatory| initiative| inceptive|introductory| incipient| proemial| inaugural| inchoate| inchoative|embryonic| rudimental| primogenial| primeval| primitive| primordial (old) | aboriginal| natal| nascent . / first| foremost| leading| maiden . / begun just begun at the beginning| in the beginning| n . / | first| in the firstplace| imprimis [Lat-]| first and foremost| in limine [Lat-]| in thebud| in embryo| in its infancy| from the beginning| from its birth| abinitio [Lat-]| ab ovo [Lat-]| ab incunabilis [Lat-]| ab origine [Lat-] . / let`s get going!| let`s get this show on the road!| up and at`em!| aller Anfang ist schwer [Germ-]| dimidium facti qui coepit habet[Lat-] [Cicero]| omnium rerum principia parva sunt [Lat-] [Cicero] . / End end| close| termination| desinence| conclusion| finis|finale| period| term| terminus| endpoint| last| omega| extreme|extremity| gable end| butt end| fag-end| tip| nib| point| tail (rear) | verge (edge) | tag| peroration| bonne bouche [Fr-]|bottom dollar| tail end| rear guard . / consummation| denouement| finish (completion) | fate| doom|doomsday| crack of doom| day of Judgment| dies irae| fall of thecurtain| goal| destination| limit| determination| expiration| expiry|extinction| extermination| death | end of all things| finality|eschatology . / break up| commencement de la fin| last stage| turning point| coupde grace| deathblow| knock-out-blow| sockdolager [U . / S] . / end| close| finish| terminate| conclude| be all over| expire| die | come-| draw-to-a-close n . / | have run its course| run out| passaway . / bring to an end n . / | put an end to| make an end of| determine|get through| achieve (complete) | stop (make to cease) |shut up shop| hang up one`s fiddle . / ending final| terminal| definitive| crowning (completing) | last| ultimate| hindermost| rear | caudal|vergent . / conterminate| conterminous| conterminable . / ended at an end| settled| decided| over| played out| set atrest| conclusive . / penultimate| last but one| last but two| unbegun| uncommenced|fresh . / finally | in fine| at the last| once for all . / as high as Heaven and as deep as hell [Beaumont and Fletcher]|deficit omne quod nascitur [Lat-] [Quintilian]| en toute chose il fautconsiderer la fin [Fr-]| finem respice [Lat-]| ultimus Romanorum[Lat-] . / Middle middle| midst| mediety| mean | medium| middleterm| center | mid-course | mezzo termine [Italian]| justemilieu [Fr-]| halfway house| nave| navel| omphalos| nucleus|nucleolus . / equidistance| bisection| half distance| equator| diaphragm|midriff| intermediate . / middle| medial| mesial [Med]| mean| mid| median| average|middlemost| midmost| mediate| intermediate (interjacent) |equidistant| central | mediterranean| equatorial| homocentric . / in the middle| midway| halfway| midships| amidships| in mediasres . / [Uninterrupted sequence] Continuity continuity| consecution|consecutiveness | succession| round| suite| progression| series|train chain| catenation| concatenation| scale| gradation| course|ceaselessness| constant flow| unbroken extent . / procession| column| retinue| cortege| cavalcade| rank and file|line of battle| array . / pedigree| genealogy| lineage| race| ancestry| descent| family|house| line| line of ancestors| strain . / rank| file| line| row| range| tier| string| thread| team| suit|colonnade . / follow in a series| form a series n . / | fall in . / arrange in a series| collate n . / | string together| file| thread|graduate| organize| sort| tabulate . / continuous| continued| consecutive| progressive| gradual| serial|successive| immediate| unbroken| entire| linear| in a line| in a row n . / | uninterrupted| unintermitting| unremitting| unrelenting(perseverence) . / | perennial| evergreen| constant . / continuously | seriatim| in a line n . / | in succession| inturn| running| gradually| step by step| gradatim [Lat-]| at a stretch|in file| in column| in single file| in Indian file . / [Interrupted sequence] Discontinuity discontinuity|disjunction | anacoluthon| interruption| break| fracture| flaw|fault| crack| cut| gap (interval) | solution of continuity|caesura| broken thread| parenthesis| episode| rhapsody| patchwork|intermission| alternation (periodicity) | dropping fire . / be discontinuous | alternate| intermit| sputter| stop andstart| hesitate . / discontinue| pause| interrupt| intervene| break| break in upon|break off| interpose | break the thread| snap the thread|disconnect (disjoin) | dissever . / discontinuous| unsuccessive| broken| interrupted| dicousu [Fr-]|disconnected| unconnected| discrete| disjunctive| fitful (irregular)| spasmodic| desultory| intermitting| occasional v . / |intermittent| alternate| recurrent (periodic) . / at intervals| by snatches| by jerks| by skips| by catches| by fitsand starts| skippingly| per saltum [Lat-]| longo intervallo [Italian] . / like `angel visits few and far between` [Campbell] . / Term term| rank| station| stage| step| degree | scale|remove| grade| link| peg| round of the ladder| status| position| place|point| mark| pas| period| pitch| stand| standing| footing| range . / hold a place| occupy a place| find a place| fall into a place COLLECTIVE ORDER Assemblage {opp . / } assemblage| collection| collocation| colligation| compilation|levy| gathering| ingathering| muster| attroupement| team| concourse|conflux| congregation| contesseration| convergence | meeting|levee| reunion| drawing room| at home| conversazione [Italian] (socialgathering) | assembly| congress| convention| conventicle| gemote|conclave (council) | posse| posse comitatus [Lat-]| Noah`s ark . / miscellany| collectanea| museum| menagerie (store) |museology . / crowd| throng| group| flood| rush| deluge| rabble| mob| press|crush| cohue| horde| body| tribe| crew| gang| knot| squad| band| party|swarm| shoal| school| covey| flock| herd| drove| atajo| bunch| drive|force| mulada [U . / S]| remuda| roundup [U . / S]| array| bevy| galaxy|corps| company| troop| troupe| task force| army| regiment (combatants) | host (multitude) | populousness . / clan| brotherhood| fraternity| sorority| association (party) volley| shower| storm| cloud . / group| cluster| Pleiades| clump| pencil| set| batch| lot| pack|budget| assortment| bunch| parcel| packet| package| bundle| fascine|fasces| bale| seron| seroon| fagot| wisp| truss| tuft| shock| rick|fardel| stack| sheaf| haycock| fascicle| fascicule| fasciculus [Lat-]|gavel| hattock| stook . / accumulation (store) | congeries| heap| lump| pile| rouleau|tissue| mass| pyramid| bing| drift| snowball| snowdrift| acervation|cumulation| glomeration| agglomeration| conglobation| conglomeration|conglomerate| coacervate [Chem]| coacervation [Chem]| coagmentation|aggregation| concentration| congestion| omnium gaterum [Lat-]|spicilegium| black hole of Calcutta| quantity (greatness) . / collector| gatherer| whip| whipper in . / assemble [be or come together]| collect| muster| meet| unite| join|rejoin| cluster| flock| swarm| surge| stream| herd| crowd| throng|associate| congregate| conglomerate| concentrate| precipitate| centerround| rendezvous| resort| come together| flock get together| pigtogether| forgather| huddle| reassemble . / [get or bring together] assemble| muster| bring together| gettogether| put together| draw together| scrape together| lump together|collect| collocate| colligate| get| whip in| gather| hold a meeting|convene| convoke| convocate| rake up| dredge| heap| mass| pile| pack|put up| truss| cram| acervate| agglomerate| aggregate| compile| group|aggroup| concentrate| unite| collect into a focus| bring into a focus|amass| accumulate (store) | collect in a dragnet| heap Ossa uponPelion . / assembled closely packed| dense| serried| crowded tosuffocation| teeming| swarming| populous| as thick as hops| all of aheap| fasciculated cumulative . / the plot thickens| acervatim [Lat-]| tibi seris tibi metis [Lat-] . / Nonassemblage . / Dispersion {opp . / } dispersion| disjunction | divergence | aspersion|scattering dissemination| diffusion| dissipation| distribution|apportionment | spread| respersion| circumfusion| interspersion|spargefaction| affusion . / waifs and estrays| flotsam and jetsam| disjecta membra [Lat-]|[Horace]| waveson . / disperse| scatter| sow| broadcast| disseminate| diffuse| shed|spread| bestrew| overspread| dispense| disband| disembody| dismember|distribute| apportion | blow off| let out| dispel| cast forth|draught off| strew| straw| strow| ted| spirtle| cast| sprinkle| issue|deal out| retail| utter| resperse| intersperse| set abroach|circumfuse . / turn adrift| cast adrift| scatter to the winds| spread likewildfire| disperse themselves . / unassembled (assemble) | dispersed sparse|dispread| broadcast| sporadic| widespread| epidemic (general) |adrift| stray| disheveled| streaming . / sparsim| here and there| passim . / [Place of meeting] Focus focus| point of convergence |corradiation| center | gathering place| resort haunt retreat|venue| rendezvous| rallying point| headquarters| home| club| depot (store) | trysting place| place of meeting| place of resort| placeof assignation| point de reunion| issue . / bring to a point| bring to a focus| bring to an issue . / DISTRIBUTIVE ORDER Class class| division| category| categorema| head| order|section| department| subdepartment| province| domain . / kind| sort| genus| species| variety| family| order| kingdom| race|tribe| caste| sept| clan| breed| type| subtype| kit| sect| set| subset|assortment| feather| kidney| suit| range| gender| sex| kin . / manner| description| denomination| designation| rubric| character|stamp predicament| indication| particularization| selection|specification . / similarity . / [Comprehension under| or reference to a class] Inclusion {opp . / } inclusion| admission| comprehension| reception . / composition (inclusion in a compound) . / be included in | come under| fall under| range under| belong to|pertain to| range with| merge in . / include| comprise| comprehend| contain| admit| embrace| receive|inclose (circumscribe) | embody| encircle . / reckon among| enumerate among| number among| refer to| place with|arrange with| place under| take into account . / included| including inclusive| congener| congenerous| ofthe same class | encircling . / a maximis ad minima [Lat-]| et hoc genus omne [Lat-]| etc . / | etcoetera [Lat-] . / Exclusion {opp . / } exclusion . / Generality {opp . / } generality| generalization| universality| catholicity|catholicism| miscellany| miscellaneousness| dragnet| common run|worldwideness . / everyone| everybody| all hands| all the world and his wife|anybody| N or M| all sorts . / prevalence| run . / be general | prevail| be going about| stalk abroad . / render general | generalize . / general| generic| collective| broad| comprehensive| sweeping|encyclopedical| widespread (dispersed) . / universal| catholic| catholical| common| worldwide| ecumenical|oecumenical| transcendental| prevalent| prevailing| rife| epidemic|besetting| all over| covered with . / PaAmerican| Anglican| PaHellenic| PaGermanic| slavic|panharmonic . / every| all| unspecified| impersonal . / customary (habitual) . / whatever| whatsoever| to a man| one and all . / generally | always| for better for worse| in general|generally speaking| speaking generally| for the most part| in the longrun (on an average) . / Speciality {opp . / } speciality| specialite| individuality| individuity|particularity| peculiarity| idiocrasy (tendency) | personality|characteristic| mannerism| idiosyncrasy| specificness |singularity (unconformity) | reading| version| lection| state|trait| distinctive feature| technicality| differentia . / particulars| details| items| counts| minutiae . / I| self| I myself| myself| himself| herself| itself . / specify| particularize| individualize| realize| specialize|designate| determine| denote| indicate| point out| select . / descend to particulars| enter into detail| go into detail| come tothe point . / special| particular| individual| specific| proper| personal|original| private| respective| definite| determinate| especial|certain| esoteric| endemic| partial| party| peculiar| appropriate|several| characteristic| diagnostic| exclusive| singular (exceptional) | idiomatic| idiotypical| typical . / this| that| yon| yonder . / specially| especially| particularly | in particular| inpropria persona [Lat-]| ad hominem [Lat-]| for my part . / each| apiece| one by one| one at a time| severally| respectively|each to each| seriatim| in detail| in great detail| in excruciatingdetail| in mind-numbing detail| bit by bit| pro hac vice [Lat-]| pro renata [Lat-] . / namely| that is to say| for example| id est| exemplia gratia[Lat-]| e-g-| i-e-| videlicet| viz . / | to wit . / le style est l`homme meme [Fr-] . / ORDER AS REGARDS CATEGORIES Normality normality| normalcy| normalness| familiarity|naturalness| commonness (frequency) | rule| standard (conformity)| customary (habit) | standard| pattern (prototype) . / normalize| standardize . / normal| natural| unexceptional| common| usual (frequency) | Multiformity multiformity| omniformity| variety| diversity|multifariousness | varied assortment . / dissimilarity . / polymorphous| multiform| multifold| multifarious| multigenerous|multiplex| heterogeneous| diversified| dissimilar| various| varied|variform| manifold| many-sided| variegated| motley| mosaic| epicene|indiscriminate| desultory| irregular| mixed| different| assorted|mingled| odd| diverse| divers| all manner of| of every description| ofall sorts and kinds| et hoc genus omne [Lat-]| and what not? de omnibusrebus et quibusdam aliis [Lat-] . / jumbled| confused| mixed up| discordant| inharmonious| unmatched|unrelated| nonuniform . / omniform| omnigenous| omnifarious| protean (form) . / harmoniously confused [Pope]| variety`s the very spice of life[Cowper] . / Conformity {opp . / } conformity| conformance| observance| habituation . / naturalization| conventionality (custom) | agreement . / example| instance| specimen| sample| quotation| exemplification|illustration| case in point| object lesson| elucidation . / standard| model| pattern (prototype) . / rule| nature| principle| law| order of things| normal state|natural state| ordinary state| model state| normal condition| naturalcondition| ordinary condition| model condition| standing dish| standingorder| Procrustean law| law of the Medes and Persians| hard and fastrule . / conform to| conform to rule| accommodate oneself to| adapt oneselfto| rub off corners . / be regular | move in a groove| follow observe the rules| goby the rules| bend to the rules| obey the rules| obey the precedents|comply with| tally with| chime in with| fall in with| be guided by| beregulated by| fall into a custom| fall into a usage| follow thefashion| follow the crowd| follow the multitude| pass muster| do asothers do| hurler avec les loups [Fr-]| stand on ceremony| when in Romedo as the Romans do| go with the stream| go with the flow| swim withthe stream| swim with the current| swim with the tide| blow with thewind| stick to the beaten track (habit) | keep one incountenance . / exemplify| illustrate| cite| quote| quote precedent| quoteauthority| appeal to authority| put a case| produce an instance n . / |elucidate| explain . / conformable to rule| regular | according to regulation|according to rule| according to Hoyle| according to Cocker| accordingto Gunter| en regle [Fr-]| selon les regles [Fr-]| well regulated|orderly| symmetric . / conventional (customary) | of daily occurrence| of everydayoccurrence| in the natural order of things| ordinary| common| habitual|usual| everyday| workaday . / in the order of the day| naturalized . / typical| normal| nominal| formal| canonical| orthodox| sound|strict| rigid| positive| uncompromising| Procrustean . / secundum artem [Lat-]| shipshape| technical . / exempIe [Fr-] . / illustrative| in point . / conformably | by rule| agreeably to| in conformity with| inaccordance with| in keeping with| according to| consistently with| asusual| ad instar [Lat-]| instar omnium [Lat-]| more solito [Lat-]|more-majorum . / for the sake of conformity| as a matter of course| of course| proforma [Lat-]| for form`s sake| by the card . / invariably| (uniformly) . / for example| exempli gratia [Lat-]| e-g-| inter alia [Lat-]| amongother things| for instance . / cela va sans dire [Fr-]| ex pede Herculem [Lat-]| noscitur asociis [Lat-]| ne e quovis ligno Mercurius fiat [Lat-] [Erasmus]| theyare happy men whose natures sort with their vocations [Bacon] . / The nail that sticks up hammered down [Jap . / Tr]| Tall poppysyndrome| Stick your neck out and it may get cut off . / Unconformity {opp . / } nonconformity | unconformity| disconformity|unconventionality| informality| abnormity| abnormality| anomaly|anomalousness | exception| peculiarity| infraction of law|breach| of law| violation of law| violation of custom| violation ofusage| infringement of law| infringement of custom| infringement ofusage| teratism| eccentricity| bizarrerie| oddity| je ne sais quoi[Fr-]| monster| monstrosity| rarity| freak| freak of Nature| weirdo|mutant| rouser| snorter [U . / S] . / individuality| idiosyncrasy| originality| mannerism . / aberration| irregularity| variety| singularity| exemption| salvo (qualification) . / nonconformist| nondescript| character| original| nonesuch|nonsuch| monster| prodigy| wonder| miracle| curiosity| flying fish|black sheep| black swan| lusus naturae [Lat-]| rara avis [Lat-]| queerfish| mongrel| random breed| half-caste| half-blood| half-breed| metis[Lat-]| crossbreed| hybrid| mule| hinny| mulatto| tertium quid [Lat-]|hermaphrodite . / [Mythical animals] phoenix| chimera| hydra| sphinx| minotaur|griffin| griffon| centaur| saggittary| kraken| cockatrice| wyvern| roc|dragon| sea serpent| mermaid| merman| merfolk| unicorn| Cyclops| menwhose heads do grow beneath their shoulders [Othello]| teratology . / [unconformable to the surroundings] fish out of water| neither onething nor another| neither fish nor fowl| neither fish flesh nor fowlnor good red herring| one in a million| one in a way| one in athousand| outcast| outlaw| off the beaten track| oasis . / be uncomformable | abnormalize| leave the beaten track| leavethe beaten path| infringe a law| infringe a habit| infringe a usage|infringe a custom| break a law| break a habit| break a usage| break acustom| violate a law| violate a habit| violate a usage| violate acustom| drive a coach and six through| stretch a point| have nobusiness there| baffle all description| beggar all description . / uncomformable| exceptional| abnormal| abnormous| anomalous|anomalistic| out of order| out of place| out of keeping| out of tune|out of one`s element| irregular| arbitrary| teratogenic| lawless|informal| aberrant| stray| wandering| wanton| peculiar| exclusive|unnatural| eccentric| egregious| out of the beaten track| off thebeaten track| out of the common| out of the common run| beyond the paleof| out of the pale of| misplaced| funny . / unusual| unaccustomed| uncustomary| unwonted| uncommon| rare|curious| odd| extraordinary| out of the ordinary| strange| monstrous|wonderful | unexpected| unaccountable| outre [Fr-]| out of theway| remarkable| noteworthy| queer| quaint| nondescript| none such| suigeneris [Lat-]| unfashionable| fantastic| grotesque| bizarre|outlandish| exotic| tombe des nues [Fr-]| preternatural| denaturalized . / heterogeneous| heteroclite [Gramm]| amorphous| mongrel|amphibious| epicene| half blood| hybrid| androgynous| androgynal|asymmetric | adelomorphous| bisexual| hermaphrodite|monoclinous . / qualified . / singular| unique| one-of-a-kind . / newfangled| novel| noclassical| original| unconventional|unheard of| unfamiliar| undescribed| unprecedented| unparalleled|unexampled . / unconformably | except| unless| save barring| beside|without| save and except| let alone . / however| yet| but . / once in a blue moon| once in a million years . / Int . / what on earth!| what in the world!| What the devil!| Holy cow!|Can you top that?| Sacre bleu [Fr-] . / never was seen the like| never was heard the like| never was knownthe like . / I could hardly believe it| I saw it| but I didn`t believe it . / Number number| symbol| numeral| figure| cipher| digit|integer| counter| round number| formula| function| series . / sum| difference| complement| subtrahend| product| multiplicand|multiplier| multiplicator| coefficient| multiple| dividend| divisor|factor| quotient| submultiple [Math]| fraction| rational number| surd|irrational number| transcendental number| mixed number| complex number|complex conjugate| numerator| denominator| decimal| circulatingdecimal| repetend| common measure| aliquot part| prime number| prime|relative prime| prime factor| prime pair| reciprocal| totient . / binary number| octal number| hexadecimal number [Comp] . / permutation| combination| variation| election . / ratio| proportion| comparison | progression| arithmeticalprogression| geometrical progression| harmonical progression|percentage| permilage . / figurate numbers| pyramidal numbers| polygonal numbers . / power| root| exponent| index| logarithm| antilogarithm| modulus|base . / differential| integral| fluxion| fluent . / numeral| complementary| divisible| aliquot| reciprocal| prime|relatively prime| fractional| decimal| figurate| incommensurable . / proportional| exponential| logarithmic| logometric| differential|fluxional| integral| totitive . / positive| negative| rational| irrational| surd| radical| real|complex| imaginary| finite| infinite| impossible . / numerically| modulo . / Numeration numeration| numbering pagination| tale|recension| enumeration| summation| reckoning| computation|supputation| calculation| calculus| algorithm| algorism| rhabdology|dactylonomy| measurement | statistics . / arithmetic| analysis| algebra| geometry| analytical geometry|fluxions| differential calculus| integral calculus| infinitesimalcalculus| calculus of differences . / [Statistics] dead reckoning| muster| poll| census| capitation|roll call| recapitulation| account (list) . / [Operations] notation|| addition| subtraction| multiplication|division| rule of three| practice| equations| extraction of roots|reduction| involution| evolution| estimation| approximation|interpolation| differentiation| integration . / [Instruments] abacus| logometer| slide rule| slipstick [Coll]|tallies| Napier`s bones| calculating machine| difference engine| suapan| adding machine| cash register| electronic calculator| calculator|computer| [people who calculate] arithmetician| calculator| abacist|algebraist| mathematician| statistician| geometer| programmer|accountant| auditor . / number| count| tally| tell| call over| run over| take an account of|enumerate| muster| poll| recite| recapitulate| sum| sum up| cast up|tell off| score| cipher| compute| calculate| suppute| add| subtract|multiply| divide| extract roots . / algebraize . / check| prove| demonstrate| balance| audit| overhaul| take stock|affix numbers to| page . / amount to| add up to| come to . / numeral| numerical| arithmetical| analytic| algebraic|statistical| numerable| computable| calculable| commensurable|commensurate| incommensurable| incommensurate| innumerable|unfathomable| infinite . / quantitatively| arithmetically| measurably| in numbers . / List list| catalog| catalogue| inventory| register (record) . / account| bill| bill of costs| terrier| tally| listing|itemization| atlas| book| ledger| catalogue raisonne [Fr-]| tableau|invoice| bill of lading| prospectus| bill of fare| menu| carte [Fr-]|score| census| statistics| returns . / [list of topics in a document] contents| table of contents|outline| synopsis . / [written list used as an aid to memory] checklist . / table| chart| database| index| inverted file| word list|concordance . / dictionary| lexicon| vocabulary| glossary| thesaurus . / file| card index| card file| rolodex| address book . / Red book| Blue book| Domesday book| cadastre [Fr-]| directory|gazetter . / almanac| army list| clergy list| civil service list| navy list|Almanach de Gotha| cadaster| Lloyd`s register| nautical almanac| who`swho| Guiness`s Book of World Records . / roll| check roll| checker roll| bead roll| muster roll| musterbook| roster| panel| jury list| cartulary| diptych . / list| itemize| sort| collate| enumerate| tabulate| catalog| tally . / cadastral . / DETERMINATE NUMBER Unity unity| oneness | individuality| solitude (seclusion) | isolation (disjunction) | unification . / one| unit| ace| individual| none else| no other . / be one| be alone | dine with Duke Humphrey . / isolate (disjoin) . / render one| unite (join) | (combine) . / one| sole| single| solitary| unitary| individual| apart| alone|kithless . / unaccompanied| unattended| solus [Lat-]| single-handed| singular|odd| unique| unrepeated| azygous| first and last| isolated (disjoined) | insular . / monospermous| unific| uniflorous| unifoliate| unigenital|uniliteral| unijocular| unimodal [Math]| unimodular . / lone| lonely| lonesome| desolate| dreary . / insecable| inseverable| indiscerptible| compact| indivisible|atomic| irresolvable . / singly | alone| by itself| per se| only| apart| in thesingular number| in the abstract| one by one| one at a time| simply|one and a half| sesqui- . / natura il fece [Italian]| e poi roppe la stampa [Italian]| du fort au faible[Fr-]| two souls with but a single thought| two hearts that beat asone . / Accompaniment accompaniment| adjunct | context|appendage| appurtenance . / coexistence| concomitance| company| association| companionship|partnership| copartnership| coefficiency . / concomitant| accessory| coefficient| companion| buddy| attendant|fellow| associate| friend| colleague| consort| spouse| mate| partner|co-partner| satellite| hanger on| fellow-traveller| shadow| escort|cortege| attribute . / accompany| coexist| attend| hang on| wait on| go hand in hand with|synchronize | bear company| keep company| row in the same boat|bring in its train| associate with| couple with . / accompanying concomitant| fellow| twin| joint| associatedwith| coupled with| accessory| attendant| obbligato . / with| withal| together with| along with| in company with| hand inhand| side by side| cheek by jowl| cheek by jole| arm in arm|therewith| herewith| and (addition) . / together| in a body| collectively . / noscitur a sociis [Lat-]| virtutis fortuna comes [Lat-] . / Duality duality| dualism| duplicity| biplicity| biformity|polarity . / two| deuce| couple| duet| brace| pair| cheeks| twins| Castor andPollux| gemini| Siamese twins| fellows| yoke| conjugation| dispermy|doublets| dyad| span . / pair [unite in pairs]| couple| bracket| yoke| conduplicate| mate|span [U . / S] . / two| twin| dual| dualistic| double| binary| binomial| twin|biparous| dyadic [Math]| conduplicate| duplex | biduous|binate| diphyletic| dispermic| unijugate| tete-a-tete . / coupled conjugate . / both| both the one and the other . / Duplication duplication| doubling gemination|ingemination| reduplication| iteration (repetition) | renewal . / double| redouble| duplicate| reduplicate| geminate| repeat |renew . / double| doubled bicipital| bicephalous| bidental|bilabiate| bivalve| bivalvular| bifold| biform| bilateral| bifarious|bifacial| twofold| two-sided| disomatous| duplex| double-faced|double-headed| twin| duplicate| ingeminate| second . / twice| once more| over again (repeatedly) | as much again|twofold . / secondly| in the second place| again . / [Division into two parts] bisection bisection| bipartition|dichotomy| subdichotomy| halving dimidiation . / bifurcation| forking| branching| ramification| divarication| fork|prong| fold . / half| moiety . / bisect| halve| divide| split| cut in two| cleave dimidiate|dichotomize . / go halves| divide with . / separate| fork| bifurcate| branch off| out| ramify . / bisected cloven| cleft| bipartite| biconjugate| bicuspid|bifid| bifurcous| bifurcate| bifurcated| distichous| dichotomous|furcular| semi-| demi-| hemi . / Triality Triality| trinity| triunity . / three| triad| triplet| trey| trio| ternion| leash| shamrock|tierce| spike-team [U . / S]| trefoil| triangle| trident| triennium|trigon| trinomial| trionym| triplopia| tripod| trireme| triseme|triskele| triskelion| trisula . / third power| cube| cube root . / three| triform| trinal| trinomial| tertiary| ternary| triune|triarch| triadie| triple . / tri- [Pref]| tris- [Pref] . / tria juncta in uno [Lat-] . / Triplication triplication| triplicity| trebleness| trine . / treble| triple| triplicate| cube . / treble| triple| tern| ternary| triplicate| threefold| trilogistic|third| trinal| trine . / three times| three fold| thrice| in the third place| thirdly|trebly . / [Division into three parts] Trisection trisection|tripartition| trichotomy| third| third part . / trisect| divide into three parts . / trifid| trisected tripartite| trichotomous| trisulcate . / Triadelphous| triangular| tricuspid| tricapsular| tridental|tridentate| tridentiferous| trifoliate| trifurcate| trigonal|trigrammic| trigrammatic| tripetalous| tripodal| tripodic|triquetral| triquetrous . / Four quaternity| four| tetrad| quartet| quaternion| square|quarter . / [planar form with four sides] tetract| tetragon| quadrangle|rectangle . / [three dimensional object with four surfaces] tetrahedron . / quadrature| quadrifoil| quadriform| quadruplet| quatrefoil . / [object or animal with four legs] tetrapod . / [geographical area with four sides] quadrangle| quad [Coll] . / [electromagnetic object] quadrupole . / [four fundamental studies] quadrivium . / reduce to a square| square . / four| quaternary| quaternal| quadratic| quartile| tetract|tetractic| tetractinal| tetrad| tetragonal| square| quadrate . / Quadruplication quadruplication . / multiply by four| quadruplicate| biquadrate . / fourfold| four times| quadrable| quadrumanous| quadruple|quadruplicate| quadrible| fourth . / quadrifoliate| quadrifoliolate| quadrigeminal| quadrigeminate|quadriplanar| quadriserial . / four times| in the fourth place| fourthly . / [Division into four parts] Quadrisection quadrisection|quadripartition| quartering fourth| quart| quarter| quartern|farthing| fourthing| quadrant . / quarter| divide into four parts . / quartered quadrifid| quadripartite . / rectangular . / Five five| cinque [Fr-]| quint| quincux| six| half-a-dozen| half dozen| seven| eight| nine| three times three| dicker| ten|decade| eleven| twelve| dozen| thirteen| long dozen| baker`s dozen|quintuplet| twenty| score| twenty-four| four and twenty| two dozen|twenty-five| five and twenty| quarter of a hundred| forty| two score|fifty| half a hundred| sixty| three score| seventy| three score andten| eighty| four score| ninety| fourscore and ten| sestiad . / hundred| centenary| hecatomb| century| hundredweight| cwt . / | onehundred and forty-four| gross . / thousand| chiliad| millennium| thousand years| grand [Coll]|myriad| ten thousand| ban [Jap]| man [Jap]| ten thousand years|banzai [Jap]| lac| one hundred thousand| plum| million| thousandmillion| milliard| billion| trillion centuriate| quintuplicate . / five| quinary| quintuple| fifth| senary| sextuple| sixth|seventh| septuple| octuple| eighth| ninefold| ninth| tenfold| decimal|denary| decuple| tenth| eleventh| duodenary| duodenal| twelfth| inone`s `teens| thirteenth . / vicesimal| vigesimal| twentieth| twenty-fourth n . / | vicenary|vicennial . / centuple| centuplicate| centennial| centenary| centurial|secular| hundredth| thousandth| Quinquesection division by five | quinquesection |decimation| fifth decimate| quinquesect . / quinquefid| quinquelateral| quinquepartite| quinqevalent|pentavalent| quinquarticular| octifid| decimal| tenth| tithe|duodecimal| twelfth| sexagesimal| sexagenary| hundredth| centesimal|millesimal {opp . / } [More than one] Plurality plurality| a number| acertain number| one or two| two or three | a few| several| multitude | majority . / [large number] multitude . / plural| more than one| upwards of| some| several| a few| certain|not alone . / et cetera| etc . / among other things| inter alia [Lat-] . / non deficit alter [Lat-] . / INDETERMINATE NUMBER [Less than one] Fraction fraction| fractional part| part . / fractional| fragmentary| inconsiderable| negligible|infinitesimal . / Zero zero| nothing| null| nul| naught| nought| void| cipher|goose egg| none| nobody| no one| nichts [Germ-]| nixie [Slang]| nix[Slang]| zilch [Slang]| zip [Slang]| zippo [Slang]| not a soul| ame quivive [Fr-]| absence | unsubstantiality [Obs] . / not one| not a one| not any| nary a one [Dial]| not a| never a|not a whit of| not an iota of| not a drop of| not a speck of| not ajot| not a trace of| not a hint of| not a smidgen of| not a suspicionof| not a shadow of| neither hide nor hair of . / Multitude multitude| numerous | numerosity|numerality| multiplicity| profusion (plenty) | legion| host|great number| large number| round number| enormous number| a quantity|numbers| array| sight| army| sea| galaxy| scores| peck| bushel| shoal|swarm| draught| bevy| cloud| flock| herd| drove| flight| covey| hive|brood| litter| farrow| fry| nest| crowd (assemblage) | lots| allin the world and his wife . / [Increase of number] greater number| majority| multiplication|multiple . / be numerous | swarm with| teem with| creep with| crowd|swarm| come thick upon| outnumber| multiply| people| swarm likelocusts| swarm like bees . / many| several| sundry| divers| various| not a few| Briarean| ahundred| a thousand| a myriad| a million| a quadrillion| a nonillion| athousand and one| some ten or a dozen| some forty or fifty | half adozen| half a hundred | very many| full many| ever so many| numerous|numerose| profuse| in profusion| manifold| multiplied| multitudinous|multiple| multinominal| teeming| populous| peopled| crowded| thick|studded| galore . / thick coming| many more| more than one can tell| a world of| noend of| no end to| cum multis aliis [Lat-]| thick as hops| thick ashail| plenty as blackberries| numerous as the stars in the firmament|numerous as the sands on the seashore| numerous as the hairs on thehead| and what not| and heaven knows what| endless (infinite) . / their name is `legion`| acervatim [Lat-]| en foule [Fr-]| many-headed multitude [Sidney]| numerous as glittering gems of morning dew[Young]| vel prece vel pretio [Lat-] . / Fewness fewness | paucity| small number| smallquantity | rarity| infrequency | handful| maniple| minority|exiguity . / [Diminution of number] reduction| weeding elimination|sarculation| decimation| eradication . / be few . / render few | reduce| diminish the number|weed| eliminate| cull| thin| decimate . / few| scant| scanty| thin| rare| scattered| thinly scattered|spotty| few and far between| exiguous| infrequent | rari nantes[Lat-]| hardly any| scarcely any| to be counted on one`s fingers|reduced unrepeated . / rarely| here and there . / Repetition repetition| iteration| reiteration| harping|recurrence| succession| run| battology| tautology| monotony|tautophony| rhythm | diffuseness| pleonasm| redundancy . / chimes| repetend| echo| ritornello| burden of a song| refrain|rehearsal| rechauffe [Fr-]| rifacimento [Italian]| recapitulation . / cuckoo (imitation) | reverberation | drumming (roll)| renewal (restoration) . / twice-told tale| old story| old song| second edition| new edition|reappearance| reproduction| recursion [Comp]| periodicity . / repeat| iterate| reiterate| reproduce| echo| reecho| drum| harpupon| battologize| hammer| redouble . / recur| revert| return| reappear| recurse [Comp]| renew (restore) . / rehearse| do over again| say over again| ring the changes on| harpon the same string| din in the ear| drum in the ear| conjugate in allits moods tenses and inflexions| begin again| go over the same ground|go the same round| never hear the last of| resume| return to|recapitulate| reword . / repeated repetitional| repetitionary| recurrent|recurring| ever recurring| thick coming| frequent| incessant|redundant| pleonastic . / monotonous| harping| iterative| recursive [Comp]| unvaried|mocking| chiming| retold| aforesaid| aforenamed| above-mentioned|above-said| habitual | another . / repeatedly| often| again| anew| over again| afresh| once more|ding-dong| ditto| encore| de novo| bis| da capo [Italian] . / again and again| over and over| over and over again| recursively[Comp]| many times over| time and again| time after time| year afteryear| day by day | many times| several times| a number of times| manya time| full many a time| frequently . / ecce iterum Crispinus [Lat-]| toujours perdrix [Fr-]| cut and comeagain [Crabbe]| tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow [Macbeth]|cantilenam eandem canis [Lat-] [Terence]| nullum est jam dictum quodnon dictum sit prius [Lat-] [Terence] . / Infinity infinity| infinitude| infiniteness |perpetuity | boundlessness . / be infinite | know no limits| have no limits| know no bounds|have no bounds| go on for ever . / infinite| immense| numberless| countless| sumless| measureless|innumerable| immeasurable| incalculable| illimitable| inexhaustible|interminable| unfathomable| unapproachable| exhaustless| indefinite|without number| without measure| without limit| without end|incomprehensible| limitless| endless| boundless| termless| untold|unnumbered| unmeasured| unbounded| unlimited| illimited| perpetual infinitely | ad infinitum . / as boundless as the sea [Romeo and Juliet] Time time| duration| period| term| stage| space| span|spell| season| the whole time| the whole period| space-time| course | snap . / intermediate time| while| interim| interval| pendency|intervention| intermission| intermittence| interregnum| interlude|respite . / era| epoch| time of life| age| year| date| decade (period) |moment| (instant) . / glass of time| sands of time| march of time| Father Time| ravagesof time| arrow of time| river of time| whirligig of time| noiselessfoot of time| scythe . / continue last endure| go on| remain| persist| intervene| elapse | hold out . / take time| take up time| fill time| occupy time . / pass time| pass away time| spend time| while away time| consumetime| talk against time| tide over| use time| employ time| seize anopportunity | waste time (be inactive) . / continuing on foot| permanent (durable) . / while| whilst| during| pending| during the time| during theinterval| in the course of| at that point| at that point in time| forthe time being| day by day| in the time of| when| meantime| meanwhile|in the meantime| in the interim| ad interim| pendente lite [Lat-]| dedie in diem [Lat-]| from day to day| from hour to hour | hourly|always| for a time| for a season| till| until| up to| yet| as far as|by that time| so far| hereunto| heretofore| prior to this| up to thispoint . / the whole time| all the time| all along| throughout (completely) | for good (diuturnity) . / hereupon| thereupon| whereupon| then| anno Domini| A . / D . / | anteChristum| A . / C . / | before Christ| B . / C . / | anno urbis conditae [Lat-]|A . / U . / C . / | anno regni [Lat-]| A . / R . / | once upon a time| one fine morning|one fine day| one day| once . / time flies| tempus fugit [Lat-]| time runs out| time runs against|race against time| racing the clock| time marches on| time is of theessence| time and tide wait for no man . / ad calendas Groecas [Lat-]| panting Time toileth after him in vain[Johnson]| `gainst the tooth of time and razure of oblivion [Contr][Measure for Measure]| rich with the spoils of time [Gray]| tempus edaxrerum [Lat-] [Horace]| the long hours come and go [C . / Germ- Rossetti]| the time is out of joint [Hamlet]| Time rolls hisceaseless course [Scott]| Time the foe of man`s dominion [Peacock]|time wasted is existence| used is life [Young]| truditur dies die[Lat-] [Horace]| volat hora per orbem [Lat-] [Lucretius]| carpe diem[Lat-] . / Neverness neverness| absence of time| no time| dies non|Tib`s eve| Greek Kalends| a blue moon . / never| ne`er [Contr]| at no time| at no period| on the secondTuesday of the week| when Hell freezes over| on no occasion| never inall one`s born days| nevermore| sine die| in no degree . / [Definite duration| or portion of time] Period period| age|era| second| minute| hour| day| week| month| quarter| year| decade|decenniumm lustrum| quinquennium| lifetime| generation| epoch| ghurry|lunation| moon . / century| millennium| annus magnus [Lat-] . / horary| hourly| annual (periodical) . / Contingent Duration during pleasure| during good behavior| quamdiu se bene gesserit[Lat-] . / [Indefinite duration] Course corridors of time| sweep oftime| vesta of time| course of time| progress of time| process of time|succession of time| lapse of time| flow of time| flux of time| streamof time| tract of time| current of time| tide of time| march of time|step of time| flight of time| duration . / [Indefinite time] aorist . / elapse| lapse| flow| run| proceed| advance| pass| roll on| wear on|press on| flit| fly| slip| slide| glide| run its course . / run out| expire| go by| pass by| be past . / elapsing aoristic| progressive . / in due time| in due season| in in due course| in due process| inthe fullness of time| in time . / labitur et labetur [Lat-] [Horace]| truditur dies die [Lat-][Horace]| fugaces labuntur anni [Lat-] [Horace]| tomorrow and tomorrowand tomorrow creeps in this petty pace from day to day [Macbeth] . / [Long duration] Diuturnity diuturnity| a long time| alength of time| an age| a century| an eternity| slowness |perpetuity | blue moon| coon`s age [U . / S]| dog`s age . / durableness| durability| persistence| endlessness| lastingness | continuance| standing| permanence (stability) | survival|survivance| longevity (age) | distance of time . / protraction of time| prolongation of time| extension of time|delay (lateness) . / last| endure| stand| remain| abide| continue| brave a thousandyears . / tarry (be late) | drag on| drag its slow length along| draga lengthening chain| protract| prolong| spin out| eke out| draw out|lengthen out| temporize| gain time| make time| talk against time . / outlast| outlive| survive| live to fight again . / durable| lasting of long duration| of long-standing|permanent| endless| chronic| long-standing| intransient| intransitive|intransmutable| persistent| lifelong| livelong| longeval| long-lived|macrobiotic| diuturnal| evergreen| perennial| sempervirent|sempervirid| unrelenting| unintermitting| unremitting| perpetual lingering| protracted| prolonged| spun out long-pending|long-winded| slow . / long| for a long time| for an age| for ages| for ever so long| formany a long day| long ago (in a past time) | longo intervallo[Italian] . / all the day long| all the year round| the livelong day| as the dayis long| morning noon and night| hour after hour| day after day| |for good| permanently . / [Short duration] Transientness transience| transientness | evanescence| impermanence| fugacity [Chem]| caducity| mortality|span| nine days` wonder| bubble| Mayfly| spurt| flash in the pan|temporary arrangement| interregnum . / velocity | suddenness | changeableness . / transient| transient boarder| transient guest [U . / S] . / be transient | flit| pass away| fly| gallop| vanish| fade|evaporate| pass away like a cloud| pass away like a summer cloud| passaway like a shadow| pass away like a dream . / transient| transitory| transitive| passing| evanescent| fleeting|cursory| short-lived| ephemeral| flying fugacious| fugitive|shifting| slippery| spasmodic| instantaneous| momentaneous . / temporal| temporary| provisional| provisory| deciduous|perishable| mortal| precarious| unstable| insecure| impermanent . / brief| quick| brisk| extemporaneous| summary| pressed for time (haste) | sudden| momentary (instantaneous) . / temporarily | pro tempore [Lat-]| for the moment| for atime| awhile| en passant [Fr-]| in transitu [Lat-]| in a short time|soon (early) | briefly | at short notice| on the point of|on the eve of| in articulo| between cup and lip . / one`s days are numbered| the time is up| here today and gonetomorrow| non semper erit aestas [Lat-]| eheu! fugaces labuntur anni[Lat-]| sic transit gloria mundi [Lat-]| a schoolboy`s tale| the wonderof the hour! [Byron]| dum loquimur fugerit invidia aetas [Lat-]| fugithora [Lat-]| all that is transitory is but an illusion [Goethe] . / [Endless duration] Perpetuity perpetuity| eternity|everness| aye| sempiternity| immortality| athanasia| interminability|agelessness| everlastingness | perpetuation| continuedexistence| uninterrupted existence| perennity| permanence (durability) last forever| endure forever| go on forever| have no end . / eternize| perpetuate . / perpetual| eternal| everduring| everlasting| ever-living| ever-flowing| continual| sempiternal| coeternal| endless| unending|ceaseless| incessant| uninterrupted| indesinent| unceasing| endless|unending| interminable| having no end| unfading| evergreen|amaranthine| neverending| never-dying| never-fading| deathless|immortal| undying| imperishable . / perpetually | always| ever| evermore| aye| for ever| foraye| till the end of the universe| forevermore| forever and a day| forever and ever| in all ages| from age to age| without end| world withoutend| time without end| in secula seculorum [Lat-]| to the end of time|to the crack of doom| to the `last syllable of recorded time`[Macbeth]| till doomsday| constantly (very frequently) . / esto perpetuum [Lat-]| labitur et labetur in omne volubilis oevum[Lat-] [Horace]| but thou shall flourish in immortal youth [Addison]|Eternity! thou pleasing| dreadful thought [Addison]| her immortal partwith angels lives [Romeo and Juliet]| ohne Rast [Germ-]| [Goethe`s motto]|ora e sempre [Italian] . / [Point of time] Instantaneity instantaneity|instantaneousness| immediacy| suddenness| abruptness . / moment| instant| second| minute| twinkling| trice| flash| breath|crack| jiffy| coup| burst| flash of lightning| stroke of time . / epoch| time| time of day| time of night| hour| minute| very minute| very time| very hour| present time| right time| true time| exactcorrect time . / be instantaneous | twinkle| flash . / instantaneous| momentary| sudden| immediate| instant| abrupt|discontinuous| precipitous| precipitant| precipitate| subitaneous|hasty| quick as thought| quick as lightning| quick as a flash| rapid aselectricity . / speedy| quick| fast| fleet| swift| lively| blitz| rapid (velocity) instantaneously | in no time| in less than no time| presto|subito| instanter| suddenly| at a stroke| like a shot| in a moment in the blink of an eye| in the twinkling of an eye| in a trice| inone`s tracks| right away| toute a l`heure [Fr-]| at one jump| in thesame breath| per saltum [Lat-]| uno saltu [Lat-]| at once| all at once|plump| slap| at one fell swoop| at the same instant n . / | immediately (early) | extempore| on the moment| on the spot| on the spur ofthe moment| no sooner said than done| just then| slap-dash (haste) touch and go| no sooner said than done . / [Estimation| measurement| and record of time] Chronometry chronometry| horometry| horology| date| epoch| style| era . / almanac| calendar| ephemeris| register| registry| chronicle|annals| journal| diary . / [Instruments for the measurement of time] chronogram| clock| wallclock| pendulum clock| grandfather`s clock| cuckoo clock| alarm clock|clock radio| watch| wristwatch| pocket watch| stopwatch| Swiss watch|atomic clock| digital clock| analog clock| quartz watch| water clock|chronometer| chronoscope| chronograph| repeater| timekeeper| timepiece|dial| sundial| gnomon| horologe| pendulum| hourglass| clepsydra|ghurry . / chronographer| chronologer| chronologist| timekeeper| annalist . / calendar year| leap year| Julian calendar| Gregorian calendar|Chinese calendar| Jewish calendar| perpetual calendar| Farmer`salmanac| fiscal year . / fix the time| mark the time| date| register| chronicle| measuretime| beat time| mark time| bear date| synchronize watches . / chronological| chronometrical| chronogrammatical| cinquecento[Fr-]| quattrocento| trecento . / o`clock . / [False estimate of time] Anachronism anachronism|metachronism| parachronism| prochronism| prolepsis| misdate|anticipation| antichronism . / disregard of time| neglect of time| oblivion of time . / intempestivity [Obs] . / misdate| antedate| postdate| backdate| overdate| anticipate| take nonote of time| lose track of time| anachronize . / misdated undated| overdue| past due| out of date . / RELATIVE TIME Time with reference to Succession Priority priority| antecedence| anteriority| precedence|pre-existence| precession | precursor | the past |premises . / precede| come before| forerun| go before (lead) | preexist|dawn| presage | herald| usher in . / be beforehand (be early) | steal a march upon| anticipate|forestall| have the start| gain the start . / prior| previous| preceding| precedent| anterior| antecedent| pre-existing| pre-existent| former| foregoing| aforementioned| before-mentioned| abovementioned| aforesaid| said| introductory (precursory) . / before| prior to| earlier| previously | afore| aforehand|beforehand| ere| theretofore| erewhile| ere then| ere now| before then|before now| erewhile| already| yet| beforehand| on the eve of . / prior tempore prior jure [Lat-] . / Posteriority posteriority| succession| sequence| following | subsequence| supervention| futurity | successor| sequel | remainder| reversion . / follow after | come after| go after| succeed| supervene|ensue| occur| step into the shoes of . / subsequent| posterior| following| after| later| succeeding|postliminious| postnate| postdiluvial| postdiluvian| puisne|posthumous| future | afterdinner| postprandial . / subsequently| after| afterwards| since| later| at a subsequent| ata later period| at a later date| next| in the sequel| close upon|thereafter| thereupon| upon which| eftsoons| from that time| from thatmoment| after a while| after a time| in process of time . / The Present Time the present| the present time| the presentday| the present moment| the present juncture| the present occasion|the times| the existing time| the time being| today| these days|nowadays| our times| modern times| the twentieth century| nonce|crisis| epoch| day| hour . / age| time of life . / present| actual| instant| current| existing| extant| that is|present-day| up-to-date| up-to-the-moment . / at this time| at this moment | at the present time n . / |now| at present| at hand . / at this time of day| today| nowadays| already| even now| but now|just now| on the present occasion| for the time being| for the nonce|pro hac vice . / [Lat-]| on the nail| on the spot| on the spur of themoment| until now| to this day| to the present day . / the present hour alone is man`s [Johnson] . / [Time different from the present] Different time differenttime| other time . / [Indefinite time] aorist . / aoristic| indefinite . / at that time| at which time| at that moment| at that instant|then| on that occasion| upon| not now| some other time . / when| whenever| whensoever| upon which| on which occasion| atanother time| at a different time| at some other time| at any time| atvarious times| some one of these days| one of these days| one finemorning| eventually| some day| by and by| sooner or later| some time orother| once upon a time . / Synchronism synchronism| coexistence| coincidence|simultaneousness| simultaneity | concurrence| concomitance|unity of time| interim . / [Having equal times] isochronism . / contemporary| coetanian . / coexist| concur| accompany| go hand in hand| keep pace with|synchronize . / synchronous| synchronal| synchronic| synchronical|synchronistical| simultaneous| coexisting| coincident| concomitant|concurrent| coeval| coevous| contemporary| contemporaneous|coetaneous| coeternal| isochronous . / at the same time| simultaneously | together| in concert|during the same time| in the same breath| pari passu [Lat-]| in theinterim| as one . / at the very moment | just as| as soon as| meanwhile (while) . / [Prospective time] Futurity futurity| futurition| future|hereafter| time to come| approaching time| coming time| subsequenttime| after time| approaching age| coming age| subsequent age| afterage| approaching days| coming days| subsequent days| after days|approaching hours| coming hours| subsequent hours| after hours|approaching ages| coming ages| subsequent ages| after ages| approachinglife| coming life| subsequent life| after life| approaching years|coming years| subsequent years| after years| morrow| millennium|doomsday| day of judgment| crack of doom| remote future . / approach of time advent| time drawing on| womb of time| destiny | eventuality . / heritage| heirs posterity . / prospect (expectation) | foresight . / look forwards| anticipate (expect) | (foresee) | forestall (be early) . / come on| draw on| draw near| approach| await| threaten| impend (be destined) . / future| to come| coming (impending) | next| near| close athand| eventual| ulterior| in prospect (expectation) . / prospectively| hereafter| in future| kal| tomorrow| the day aftertomorrow| in course of time| in process of time| in the fullness oftime| eventually| ultimately| sooner or later| proximo [Lat-]| paulopost futurum [Lat-]| in after time| one of these days| after a time|after a while . / from this time| henceforth| henceforwards| thence| thenceforth|thenceforward| whereupon| upon which . / soon (early) | on the eve of| on the point of| on the brinkof| about to| close upon . / quid sit futurum cras fuge quaerere [Lat-] [Horace] . / [Retrospective time] The Past the past| past time| days ofyore| times of yore| days of old| times of old| days past| times past|days gone by| times gone by| bygone days| old times| ancient times|former times| fore time| the good old days| the olden time| good oldtime| auld lang syne| eld . / antiquity| antiqueness| status quo| time immemorial| distance oftime| remote age| remote time| remote past| rust of antiquity . / [study of the past] paleontology| paleography| paleology|paleozoology| palaetiology| archaeology| paleogeography| paleoecology|paleobotany| paleoclimatoogy| archaism| antiquarianism| medievalism|Pre-Raphaelitism| paleography . / retrospect| retrospection| looking back| memory . / laudator temporis acti [Lat-]| medievalist| Pre-Raphaelite|antiquary| antiquarian| archmologist | Oldbuck| Dryasdust . / ancestry (paternity) . / be past | have expired | have run its course| have hadits day| pass| pass by| go by| pass away| go away| pass off| go off|lapse| blow over . / look back| trace back| cast the eyes back| exhume . / past| gone| gone by| over| passed away| bygone| foregone| elapsed|lapsed| preterlapsed| expired| no more| run out| blown over| has-been|that has been| extinct| antediluvian| antebellum| never to return| gonewith the wind| exploded| forgotten| irrecoverable| obsolete (old) former| pristine| quondam| ci-devant [Fr-]| late| ancestral . / foregoing| last| latter| recent| over night| preterperfect|preterpluperfect . / looking back retrospective| retroactive| archaeological paleo-| archaeo-| formerly| of old| of yore| erst [Germ-]| whilom|erewhile| time was| ago| over| in the olden time n . / | anciently| longago| long since| a long while| a long time ago| years ago| yesteryear|ages ago| some time ago| some time since| some time back . / yesterday| the day before yesterday| last year| ultimo| lately (newly) . / retrospectively| ere now| before now| till now| hitherto|heretofore| no longer| once| once upon a time| from time immemorial|from prehistoric times| in the memory of man| time out of mind|already| yet| up to this time| ex post facto . / time was| the time has been| the time hath been| you can`t go homeagain| fuimus Troes [Lat-] [Vergil]| fruit Ilium [Lat-] [Vergil]| hocerat in more majorum [Lat-]| O call back yesterday| bid time return[Richard II]| tempi passati [Italian]| the eternal landscape of the past[Tennyson]| ultimus Romanorum [Lat-]| what`s past is prologue[Tempest]| whose yesterdays look backward with a smile [Young] . / Time with reference to a particular period Newness newness | novelty| recency| immaturity| youth | gloss of novelty . / innovation| renovation (restoration) . / modernism| mushroom| parvenu| latest fashion . / renew (restore) | modernize . / new| novel| recent| fresh| green| young | evergreen| raw|immature| unsettled| yeasty| virgin| untried| unhandseled| untrodden|untrod| unbeaten| fire-new| spanew . / late| modern| neoteric| hypermodern| nouveau| new-born| nascent|neonatal [Med]| new-fashioned| new-fangled| new-fledged| of yesterday|just out| brand-new| up to date| up to the minute| with it|fashionable| in fashion| in| hip [Coll]| vernal| renovated|sempervirent| sempervirid . / fresh as a rose| fresh as a daisy| fresh as paint| spick and span . / newly | afresh| anew| lately| just now| only yesterday| theother day| latterly| of late . / not long ago| a short time ago . / di novello tutto par bello [Italian]| nullum est jam dictum quod nondictum est prius [Lat-]| una scopa nuova spazza bene [Italian] . / Oldness oldness | age| antiquity| cobwebs ofantiquity . / maturity| decline| decay| senility . / seniority| eldership| primogeniture . / archaism (the past) | thing of the past| relic of the past|megatherium| Sanskrit . / tradition| prescription| custom| immemorial usage| common law . / be old | have had its day| have seen its day| become old | age| fade| senesce . / old| ancient| antique| of long standing| time-honored| venerable|elder| eldest| firstborn . / prime| primitive| primeval| primigenous| paleolontological|paleontologic| paleoanthropological| paleoanthropic| paleolithic|primordial| primordinate| aboriginal (beginning) | diluvian|antediluvian| protohistoric| prehistoric| antebellum| colonial|precolumbian| patriarchal| preadamite| paleocrystic| fossil|paleozoolical| paleozoic| preglacial| antemundane| archaic| classic|medieval| Pre-Raphaelite| ancestral| black-letter . / immemorial| traditional| prescriptive| customary| whereof thememory of man runneth not to the contrary| inveterate| rooted . / antiquated| of other times| rococo| of the old school| after-age|obsolete| out of date| out of fashion| out of it| stale| old-fashioned|behind the age| old-world| exploded| gone out| gone by| passe| run out|senile | time worn| crumbling (deteriorated) | secondhand . / old as the hills| old as Methuselah| old as Adam| old as history . / [geological eras (list| starting at given number of years bp)]Archeozoic [|||]| Proterozoic [|||]| Paleozoic[||]| Mesozoic [||]| Cenozoic [||] . / [geological periods] Precambrian| Cambrian [||]|Ordovician [||]| Silurian [||]| Devonian[||]| Mississippian [||]| Pennsylvanian[||]| Permian [||]| Triassic [||]| Jurassic[||]| Cretaceous [||]| Tertiary [||]|Paleogene [||]| Neocene [||]| Quaternary [||] . / [geological epochs (list| starting at || years bp)]Paleocene| Eocene| Oligocene| Miocene| Pliocene| Pleistocene| Recent . / since the world was made| since the year one| since the days ofMethuselah . / vetera extollimus recentium incuriosi [Lat-] [Tacitus] . / Morning [Noon] morning| morn| forenoon| a-m-| prime| dawn|daybreak| dayspring| foreday| sunup| peep of day| break of day|aurora| first blush of the morning| first flush of the morning| primeof the morning| twilight| crepuscule| sunrise| cockcrow| cockcrowing|the small hours| the wee hours of the morning . / spring| vernal equinox| first point of Aries . / noon| midday| noonday| noontide| meridian| prime| nooning|noontime . / summer| midsummer . / matin| matutinal| vernal . / at sunrise n . / | with the sun| with the lark| when the morningdawns . / at shut of evening flowers [Paradise Lost]| entre chien et loup[Fr-]| flames in the forehead of the morning sky [Milton]| the breezycall of incense-breathing morn [Gray] . / Evening [Midnight] evening| eve| decline of day| fall ofday| close of day| candlelight| candlelighting| eventide| nightfall|curfew| dusk| twilight| eleventh hour| sunset| sundown| going down ofthe sun| cock-shut| dewy eve| gloaming| bedtime . / afternoon| postmeridian| p . / m . / autumn| fall| fall of the leaf| autumnal equinox| Indian summer|St . / Luke`s summer| St . / Martin`s summer . / midnight| dead of night| witching hour| witching hour of night|witching time of night| winter| killing time . / vespertine| autumnal| nocturnal . / midnight| the outpost of advancing day [Longfellow]| sable-vestedNight [Milton]| this gorgeous arch with golden worlds inlay`d [Young] . / Youth youth| juvenility| juvenescence| juniority| infancy|babyhood| childhood| boyhood| girlhood| youthhood| incunabula|minority| nonage| teens| tender age| bloom . / cradle| nursery| leading strings| pupilage| puberty| pucelage . / prime of life| flower of life| springtide of life| seedtime oflife| golden season of life| heyday of youth| school days| risinggeneration . / young| youthful| juvenile| green| callow| budding| sappy| puisne|beardless| under age| in one`s teens| in statu pupillari [Lat-]|younger| junior| hebetic| unfledged . / youth on the prow and pleasure at the helm [Gray]| youth a theglad season of life [Carlyle] . / Age age| oldness | old age| advanced age| goldenyears| senility| senescence| years| anility| gray hairs| climacteric|grand climacteric| declining years| decrepitude| hoary age| caducity|superannuation| second childhood| second childishness| dotage| vale ofyears| decline of life| sear and yellow leaf [Macbeth]| threescoreyears and ten| green old age| ripe age| longevity| time of life . / seniority| eldership| elders (veteran) | firstling| doyen|father| primogeniture . / [Science of old age] geriatrics| nostology . / be aged | grow old| get old | age| decline| wane|dodder| senesce . / aged| old | elderly| geriatric| senile| matronly| anile| inyears| ripe| mellow| run to seed| declining| waning| past one`s prime|gray| gray-headed| hoar| hoary| venerable| time-worn| antiquated|passe| effete| decrepit| superannuated| advanced in life| advanced inyears| stricken in years| wrinkled| marked withthe crow`s foot| havingone foot in the grave| doting (imbecile) | like the last of peatime . / older| elder| eldest| senior| firstborn . / turned of| years old| of a certain age| no chicken| old asMethuselah| ancestral| patriarchal| (ancient) | gerontic . / give me a staff of honor for my age [Titus Andronicus]| bis puerisenes [Lat-]| peu de gens savent elre vieux [Fr-]| plenus annis abiitplenus honoribus [Lat-] [Pliny the Younger]| old age is creeping onapace [Byron]| slow-consuming age [Gray]| the hoary head is a crown ofglory [Proverbs xvi| ]| the silver livery of advised age [II HenryVI]| to grow old gracefully| to vanish in the chinks that Time has made[Rogers] . / Infant infant| babe| baby| babe in arms| nurseling|suckling| yearling| weanling| papoose| bambino| kid| vagitus . / child| bairn [Scot]| little one| brat| chit| pickaninny| urchin|bantling| bratling| elf . / youth| boy| lad| stripling| youngster| youngun| younker| callant|whipster| whippersnapper| whiffet [U . / S]| schoolboy| hobbledehoy|hopeful| cadet| minor| master . / scion| sap| seedling| tendril| olive branch| nestling| chicken|larva| chrysalis| tadpole| whelp| cub| pullet| fry| callow| codlin|codling| foetus| calf| colt| pup| foal| kitten| lamb| lambkin|aurelia| caterpillar| cocoon| nymph| nympha| orphan| pupa| staddle . / girl| lass| lassie| wench| miss| damsel| demoiselle| maid| maiden|virgin| hoyden . / infantine| infantile| puerile| boyish| girlish| childish| babyish|kittenish| baby| newborn| unfledged| new-fledged| callow . / in the cradle| in swaddling clothes| in long clothes| in arms| inleading strings| at the breast| in one`s teens . / Veteran veteran| old man| seer| patriarch| graybeard|grandfather| grandsire| grandam| gaffer| gammer| crone| pantaloon|sexagenarian| octogenarian| nonagenarian| centenarian| old stager|dotard . / preadamite| Methuselah| Nestor| old Parr| elders| forefathers (paternity) . / superfluous lags the veteran on the stage [Johnson] . / Adolescence adolescence| pubescence| majority| adultism|adultness | manhood| virility| maturity full age| ripe age|flower of age| prime of life| meridian of life| spring of life . / man | woman | adult| no chicken . / come of age| come to man`s estate| come to years of discretion|attain majority| assume the toga virilis [Lat-]| have cut one`seyeteeth| have sown one`s mild oats . / adolescent| pubescent| of age| of full age| of ripe age| out ofone`s teens| grown up| mature| full grown| in one`s prime| middle-aged|manly| virile| adult| womanly| matronly| marriageable| nubile . / Time with reference to an Effect or Purpose Earliness {ant . / } earliness | morning . / punctuality| promptitude (activity) | haste (velocity)| suddenness (instantaneity) . / prematurity| precocity| precipitation| anticipation| a stitch intime . / be early | be beforehand | keep time| take time by theforelock| anticipate| forestall| have the start| gain the start| steala march upon| gain time| draw on futurity| bespeak| secure| engage|preengage . / accelerate| expedite (quicken) | make haste (hurry) . / early| prime| forward| prompt (active) | summary . / premature| precipitate| precocious| prevenient| anticipatory|rath . / sudden (instantaneous) | unexpected | near| near athand| immediate . / early| soon| anon| betimes| rath| eft| eftsoons| ere long| beforelong| shortly| beforehand| prematurely | precipitately (hastily) | too soon| before its time| before one`s time| inanticipation| unexpectedly . / suddenly (instantaneously) | before one can say `JackRobinson`| at short notice| extempore| on the spur of the moment| onthe spur of the occasion [Bacon]| at once| on the spot| on the instant|at sight| offhand| out of hand| a` vue d`oeil [Fr-]| straight|straightway| straightforth| forthwith| incontinently| summarily|immediately| briefly| shortly| quickly| speedily| apace| before the inkis dry| almost immediately| presently at the first opportunity| in nolong time| by and by| in a while| directly . / no sooner said than done| immediately| if not sooner| tout vient atemps pour qui sait attendre [Fr-] . / Punctuality punctuality| promptness| immediateness . / be prompt| be on time| be in time| arrive on time| be in the nick oftime . / timely| seasonable| in time| punctual| prompt . / on time| punctually| at the deadline| precisely| exactly| right ontime| to the minute| in time| in good time| in military time| inpudding time| in due time| time enough| with no time to spare| by ahair`s breadth . / touch and go| not a minute too soon| in the nick of time| justunder the wire| get on board before the train leaves the station . / Lateness {ant . / } lateness | tardiness (slowness) . / delay| delation| cunctation| procrastination| deferring| deferral postponement| adjournment| prorogation| retardation| respite|pause| reprieve| stay of execution| protraction| prolongation| Fabianpolicy| medecine expectante [Fr-]| chancery suit| federal case| leeway|high time| moratorium| holdover . / be late | tarry| wait| stay| bide| take time| dawdle (beinactive) | linger| loiter| bide one`s time| take one`s time| gaintime| hang fire| stand over| lie over . / put off| defer| delay| lay over| suspend| table [Parl]| shiftoff| stave off| waive| retard| remand| postpone| adjourn|procrastinate| dally| prolong| protract| spin out| draw out| lengthenout| stretch out| prorogue| keep back| tide over| push to the last|drive to the last| let the matter stand over| reserve (store) |temporize| consult one`s pillow| sleep on it . / lose an opportunity | be kept waiting| dance attendance|kick one`s heels| cool one`s heels| faire antichambre [Fr-]| waitimpatiently| await (expect) | sit up| sit up at night . / late| tardy| slow| behindhand| serotine| belated| postliminious|posthumous| backward| unpunctual| untimely| delayed| postponed|dilatory (slow) | delayed in abeyance . / late| lateward| backward| late in the day| at sunset| at theeleventh hour| at length| at last| ultimately| after time| behind time|after the deadline| too late| too late for . / slowly| leisurely| deliberately| at one`s leisure| ex post facto|sine die . / nonum prematur in annum [Lat-] [Horace]| against the sunbeamsserotine and lucent [Longfellow]| ie meglio tardi che mai [Italian]|deliberando saepe perit occasio [Lat-] [Syrus] . / Occasion {ant . / } timeliness| occasion| opportunity| opening| room| event(eventuality) | suitable season| proper season| suitable time|proper time| high time| opportuneness | tempestivity . / crisis| turn| juncture| conjuncture| crisis| turning point| giventime . / nick of time| golden opportunity| well timed opportunity| fineopportunity| favorable opportunity| opening| clear stage| fair field|mollia tempora [Lat-]| fata Morgana [Lat-]| spare time (leisure) seize an opportunity (take) | use an opportunity | givean opportunity | use an occasion| improve the occasion . / suit the occasion (be expedient) . / seize the occasion| strike while the iron is hot| battre le fersur l`enclume [Fr-]| make hay while the sun shines| seize the presenthour| take time by the forelock| prendre la balle au bond [Fr-] . / opportune| timely| well-timed| timeful| seasonable . / providential| lucky| fortunate| happy| favorable| propitious|auspicious| critical| suitable | obiter dicta . / opportunely | in proper course| in due course| in properseason| in due season| in proper time| in due time| for the nonce| inthe nick of time| in the fullness of time| all in good time| just intime| at the eleventh hour| now or never . / by the way| by the by| en passant [Fr-]| a propos [Fr-]| pro renata [Lat-]| pro hac vice [Lat-]| par parenthese [Fr-]|parenthetically| by way of parenthesis| incidentally| while speakingof| while on the subject| extempore| on the spur of the moment| on thespur of the occasion| on the spot (early) . / carpe diem [Lat-]| [Horace]| occasionem cognosce [Lat-]| one`shour is come| the time is up| that reminds me| now that you mention it|come to think of it| bien perdu bien connu [Fr-]| e sempre l`ora [Italian]|ex quovis ligno non fit Mercurius [Lat-]| nosce tempus [Lat-]| nunc autnunquam [Lat-] . / Untimeliness {ant . / } untimeliness| intempestivity| unseasonableness| inexpedience|unsuitable time| improper time| unreasonableness | evil hour|contretemps| intrusion| anachronism . / bad time| wrong time| inappropriate time| not the right occasion|unsuitable time| inopportune time| poor timing . / be ill timed | mistime| intrude| come amiss| break in upon|have other fish to fry| be busy| be occupied . / lose an opportunity| throw away an opportunity| waste anopportunity| neglect an opportunity | allow the opportunity topass| suffer the opportunity to pass| allow the opportunity to slip|suffer the opportunity to slip| allow the opportunity to go by| sufferthe opportunity to go by| allow the opportunity to escape| suffer theopportunity to escape| allow the opportunity to lapse| suffer theopportunity to lapse| allow the occasion to pass| allow the occasion toslip by| waste time (be inactive) | let slip through the fingers|lock the barn door after the horse is stolen . / ill-timed| mistimed| ill-fated| ill-omened| ill-starred| untimely|unseasonable| out of date| out of season| inopportune| timeless|intrusive| untoward| mal a propos [Fr-]| unlucky| inauspicious|infelicitous| unbefitting| unpropitious| unfortunate| unfavorable|unsuited | inexpedient . / unpunctual (late) | too late for| premature (early) |too soon for| wise after the event| monday morning quarterbacking|twenty-twenty hindsight . / inopportunely | as ill luck would have it| in an evil hour|the time having gone by| a day after the fair . / after death the doctor| after meat mustard . / RECURRENT TIME Frequency frequency| oftness| oftenness| commonness|repetition | normality | example (conformity) | routine|custom (habit) . / regularity| uniformity| constancy| clock-work precision|punctuality (exactness) | even tenor| system| routine (custom)| formula| rule (form regulation) | keynote| standard| model|precedent (prototype) | conformity . / recur | do nothing but| keep| keep on . / frequent| many times| not rare| thickcoming| incessant| perpetual|continual| steady| constant| thick| uniform| repeated | customary (habit) | regular (normal) | according to rule (conformable) . / common| everyday| usual| ordinary| familiar . / old-hat| boring| well-known| trivial . / often| oft| ofttimes| oftentimes| frequently| repeatedly |unseldom| not unfrequently| in quick succession| in rapid succession|many a time and oft| daily| hourly | every day| every hour| everymoment | perpetually| continually| constantly| incessantly| withoutceasing| at all times| daily and hourly| night and day| day and night|day after day| morning noon and night| ever anon| invariably (habit) most often| commonly (habitually) . / sometimes| occasionally| at times| now and then| from time totime| there being times when| toties quoties [Lat-]| often enough| whenthe mood strikes| again and again . / Infrequency infrequency| rareness| rarity| fewness |seldomness| uncommonness . / be rare . / unfrequent| infrequent| rare| rare as a blue diamond| few |scarce| almost unheard of| unprecedented| which has not occurred withinthe memory of the oldest inhabitant| not within one`s previousexperience| not since Adam . / scarce as hen`s teeth| one in a million| few and far between . / seldom| rarely| scarcely| hardly| not often| not much|infrequently| unfrequently| unoften| scarcely| scarcely ever| hardlyever| once in a blue moon . / once| once in a blue moon| once in a million years| once for all|once in a way| pro hac vice [Lat-] . / ein mal kein mal [Germ-] . / Periodicity [Regularity of recurrence] periodicity|intermittence| beat| oscillation | pulse| pulsation| rhythm|alternation| alternateness| alternativeness| alternity . / bout| round| revolution| rotation| turn| say . / anniversary| jubilee| centenary . / catamenia| courses| menses| menstrual flux . / [Regularity of return] rota| cycle| period| stated time| routine|days of the week| Sunday| Monday | months of the year| January |feast| fast | Christmas| Easter| New Year`s day | Allhallows|Allhallowmas| All Saints` Day| All Souls`| All Souls` Day| AshWednesday| bicentennial| birthday| bissextile| Candlemas| Dewali|groundhog day [U . / S]| Halloween| Hallowmas| Lady day| leap year|Midsummer day| Muharram| woodchuck day [U . / S]| St . / Swithin`s day| natal day| yearbook| yuletide . / punctuality| regularity| steadiness . / recur in regular order| recur in regular succession| return|revolve| come again| come in its turn| come round| come round again|beat| pulsate| alternate| intermit . / periodic| periodical| serial| recurrent| cyclical| rhythmical|recurring intermittent| remittent| alternate| every other . / hourly| diurnal| daily| quotidian| tertian| weekly| hebdomadal|hebdomadary| biweekly| fortnightly| bimonthly| catamenial| monthly|menstrual| yearly| annual| biennial| triennial| | centennial|secular| paschal| lenten| regular| steady| punctual| regular asclockwork . / periodically | at regular intervals| at stated times| atfixed established| at established periods| punctually . / de diein diem [Lat-]| from day to day| day by day . / by turns| in turn| in rotation| alternately| every other day| offand on| ride and tie| round and round . / Irregularity of recurrence irregularity| uncertainty|unpunctuality| fitfulness | capriciousness| ecrhythmus . / irregular| uncertain| unpunctual| capricious| desultory| fitful|flickering| rambling| rhapsodical| spasmodic| immethodical|unmethodical| variable . / irregularly | by fits and starts (discontinuously) . / CHANGE SIMPLE CHANGE [Difference at different times] Change change| alteration|mutation| permutation| variation| modification| modulation| inflexion|mood| qualification| innovation| metastasis| deviation| turn|evolution| revolution| diversion| break . / transformation| transfiguration| metamorphosis| transmutation|deoxidization [Chem]| transubstantiation| [Genetics]| mutagenesistransanimation| transmigration| metempsychosis| avatar| alterative . / conversion (gradual change) | revolution (sudden orradical change) | inversion (reversal) | displacement |transference . / changeableness | tergiversation (change of mind) . / change| alter| vary| wax and wane| modulate| diversify| qualify|tamper with| turn| shift| veer| tack| chop| shuffle| swerve| warp|deviate| turn aside| evert| intervert| pass to| take a turn| turn thecorner| resume . / work a change| modify| vamp| superinduce| transform| transfigure|transmute| transmogrify| transume| metamorphose| ring the changes . / innovate| introduce new blood| shuffle the cards| give a turn to|give a color to| influence| turn the scale| shift the scene| turn overa new leaf . / recast | reverse | disturb | convert into . / changed newfangled| changeable | transitional|modifiable| alterative . / mutatis mutandis [Lat-] . / Int . / quantum mutatus! [Lat-]| a change came o`er the spirit of my dream [Byron]| nous avonschange tout cela [Moliere]| tempora mutantur nos et mutamur in illis[Lat-]| non sum qualis eram [Lat-] [Horace]| casaque tourner [Fr-]|corpora lente augescent cito extinguuntur [Tacitus]| in statu quo antebellum [Lat-]| still ending and beginning still [Cowper]| vox auditaperit littera scripta manet [Lat-] . / [Absence of change] Permanence stability | quiescence | obstinacy . / permanence| persistence| endurance| durability| standing| statusquo| maintenance| preservation| conservation| conservation| law of theMedes and Persians| standing dish . / let alone| let be| let it be| persist| remain| stay| tarry| rest|stet (copy editing) hold| hold on| last| endure| bide| abide| aby|dwell| maintain| keep| stand| stand still| stand fast| subsist| live|outlive| survive| hold one`s ground| keep one`s ground| hold one`sfooting| keep one`s footing| hold good . / stable | persisting permanent| established| unchanged (change) | renewed| intact| inviolate| persistent| monotonous|uncheckered| unfailing . / undestroyed| unrepealed| unsuppressed| conservative| qualis abincepto [Lat-]| prescriptive (old) | stationary . / in statu quo [Lat-]| for good| finally| at a stand| at astandstill| uti possidetis [Lat-]| without a shadow of turning . / esto perpetua [Lat-]| nolumus leges Angliae mutari [Lat-]| j`ysuis et j`y ereste [Fr-] . / [Change from action to rest] Cessation cessation|discontinuance| desistance| desinence . / intermission| remission| suspense| suspension| interruption| stop|stopping closure| stoppage| halt| arrival . / pause| rest| lull| respite| truce| drop| interregnum| abeyance|cloture [U . / S] . / dead stop| dead stand| dead lock| finis| cerrado [Spanish]| blowout|burnout| meltdown| disintegration| comma| colon| semicolon| period|full stop| end | death . / cease| discontinue| desist| stay| halt| break off| leave off| hold|stop| pull up| stop short| stick| hang fire| halt| pause| rest| burnout| blow out| melt down . / have done with| give over| surcease| shut up shop| give up (relinquish) . / hold one`s hand| stay one`s hand| rest on one`s oars repose onone`s laurels . / come to a stand| come to a standstill| come to a deadlock| come toa full stop| arrive | go out| die away| wear away| wear off| passaway (be past) | be at an end| disintegrate| self-destruct . / intromit| interrupt| suspend| interpel| intermit| remit| put anend to| put a stop to| put a period to| derail| turn off| switch off|power down| deactivate| disconnect| bring to a stand| bring to astandstill| stop| cut short| arrest| stem the tide| stem the torrent|pull the check-string| pull the plug on . / Int . / hold!| stop!| enough!| avast!| have done!| a truce to!| soft!|leave off!| tenez! [Fr-]| I pause for a reply [Julius Caesar] . / Continuance in action continuance| continuation| run|perpetuation| prolongation| persistence (perseverance) . / |repetition . / continue| persist| go on| jog on| keep on| run on| hold on| abide|keep| pursue| stick to its course| take its course| maintain itscourse| carry on| keep up . / sustain| uphold| hold up| keep on foot| follow up| perpetuate|maintain| preserve . / | harp upon (repeat) . / keep going| keep alive| keep the pot boiling| keep up the ball|keep up the good work| die in harness| die with one`s boots on| hold onthe even tenor of one`s way| pursue the even tenor of one`s way . / let be| stare super antiquas vias [Lat-]| quieta non movere[Lat-]| let things take their course| stare decisis (Jurisprudence) . / continuing uninterrupted| unintermitting| unvarying|unshifting| unreversed| unstopped| unrevoked| unvaried| sustained|undying (perpetual) | inconvertible . / Int . / keep it up!| go to it!| right away!| right on!| attaboy!| nolumus leges Angliae mutari [Lat-]| vestigia nulla retrorsum[Lat-] [Horace]| labitur et albetur [Horace] . / [Gradual change to something different] Conversion conversion| reduction| transmutation| resolution| assimilation|evolution| sea change| change of state| assumption| naturalization|transportation| development [Biol]| developing . / [photography] [conversion of currency] conversion of currency|exchange of currency| exchange rate| bureau de change . / chemistry| alchemy| progress| growth| lapse| flux . / passage| transit| transition| transmigration| shifting phase| conjugation| convertibility . / crucible| alembic| caldron| retort . / convert| pervert| renegade| apostate . / be converted into| become| get| wax| come to| turn to| turn into|evolve into| develop into| turn out| lapse| shift| run into| fall into|pass into| slide into| glide into| grow into| ripen into| open into|resolve itself into| settle into| merge into| emerge as| melt| grow|come round to| mature| mellow| assume the form of| assume the shape of|assume the state of| assume the nature of| assume the character of|illapse| begin a new phase| assume a new phase| undergo a change . / convert into| resolve into| make| render| mold| form |remodel| new model| refound| reform| reorganize| assimilate to| bringto| reduce to . / converted into convertible| resolvable into| transitional|naturalized . / gradually| (slowly) in transitu (transference) [Lat-] . / Reversion reversion| return| revulsion . / turning point| turn of the tide| status quo ante bellum| calmbefore a storm . / alternation (periodicity) | inversion | recoil |retreat| regression| retrogression | restoration | relapse|recidivism | atavism| vicinism| revert| turn back| regress| relapse | recoil | retreat | restore | undo| unmake| turn the tide| roll back thetide| turn the scale| tip the scale . / reverting regressive| revulsive| reactionary| retrorse . / a rebours [Fr-] . / [Sudden or violent change] Revolution revolution|bouleversement| subversion| break up| destruction | suddenchange| radical change| sweeping organic change| change of state| phasechange| quantum leap| quantum jump| clean sweep| coup d`etat [Fr-]|counter revolution . / jump| leap| plunge| jerk| start| transilience| explosion| spasm|convulsion| throe| revulsion| storm| earthquake| cataclysm . / legerdemain (trick) . / revolutionize| new model| remodel| recast| strike out something new|break with the past| change the face of| unsex . / unrecognizable| revolutionary . / [Change of one thing for another] Substitution substitution| commutation| supplanting metaphor| metonymy (figure of speech) . / [Thing substituted] substitute| ersatz| makeshift| temporaryexpedient| replacement| succedaneum| shift| pis aller [Fr-]| stopgap|jury rigging| jury mast| locum tenens| warming pan| dummy| scapegoat|double| changeling| quid pro quo| alternative . / representative (deputy) | palimpsest . / price| purchase money| consideration| equivalent . / substitute| put in the place of| change for| make way for| giveplace to| supply the place of| take the place of| supplant| supersede|replace| cut out| serve as a substitute| step into stand in the shoesof| jury rig| make a shift with| put up with| borrow from Peter to payPaul| take money out of one pocket and put it in another| cannibalize|commute| redeem| compound for . / substituted | ersatz| phony| vicarious| subdititious . / instead| in place of| in lieu of| in the stead of| in the room of|faute de mieux [Fr-] . / [Double or mutual change] Interchange interchange|exchange| commutation| permutation| intermutation| reciprocation|transposition| rearrangement| shuffling| alternation| reciprocity|castling (at chess)| hocus-pocus . / interchangeableness| interchangeability . / recombination| combination . / barter | tit for tat (retaliation) | cross fire|battledore and shuttlecock| quid pro quo . / interchange| exchange| counterchange| bandy| transpose| shuffle|change bands| swap| permute| reciprocate| commute| give and take|return the compliment| play at puss in the corner| play at battledoreand shuttlecock| retaliate | requite . / rearrange| recombine . / interchanged reciprocal| mutual| commutative|interchangeable| intercurrent . / combinatorial [Math] . / recombinant [Biol] . / in exchange| vice versa| mutatis mutandis [Lat-]| backwards andforwards| by turns| turn and turn about| each in his turn| everyone inhis turn . / COMPLEX CHANGE Changeableness changeableness | mutability|inconstancy| versatility| mobility| instability| unstable equilibrium|vacillation (irresolution) | fluctuation| vicissitude|alternation (oscillation) . / restlessness . / fidgets| disquiet| disquietude| inquietude|unrest| agitation . / moon| Proteus| chameleon| quicksilver| shifting sands|weathercock| harlequin| Cynthia of the minute| April showers| wheel ofFortune| transientness [Obs] . / fluctuate| vary| waver| flounder| flicker| flitter| flit| flutter|shift| shuffle| shake| totter| tremble| vacillate| wamble| turn andturn about| ring the changes| sway to and fro| shift to and fro| changeand change about| waffle| blow with the wind (irresolute) |oscillate | vibrate between| two extremes| oscillate between| twoextremes| alternate| have as man phases as the moon . / changeable| changeful| changing | mutable| variable|checkered| ever changing| protean| proteiform| versatile . / unstaid| inconstant| unsteady| unstable| unfixed| unsettled|fluctuating restless| agitated | erratic| fickle|irresolute | capricious | touch and go| inconsonant|fitful| spasmodic| vibratory| vagrant| wayward| desultory| afloat|alternating| alterable| plastic| mobile| transient | wavering . / seesaw (oscillation) | off and on . / a rolling stone gathers no moss| pictra mossa non fa muschis [Italian]|honores mutant mores [Lat-]| varium et mutabile semper femina [Lat-][Vergil] . / Stability stability| immutability | unchangeability| | unchangeableness| constancy| stable equilibrium| immobility|soundness| vitality| stabiliment| stiffness| ankylosis| solidity|aplomb . / establishment| fixture| rock| pillar| tower| foundation| leopard`sspots| Ethiopia`s skin . / permanence | obstinacy . / be firm | stick fast| stand firm| keep firm| remain firm|weather the storm| stay the course| stick to the course| keep thefaith| don`t give in| don`t buckle under . / settle| establish| stablish| ascertain| fix| set| stabilitate|retain| keep hold| make good| make sure| fasten (join) | set onits legs| float| perpetuate . / settle down| strike roots| put down roots| take root| take upone`s abode | build one`s house on a rock . / unchangeable| immutable| unaltered| unalterable| not to bechanged| constant| permanent | invariable| undeviating| stable|durable| perennial (diuturnal) [Obs] . / fixed| steadfast| firm| fast| steady| balanced| confirmed| valid|fiducial| immovable| irremovable| riveted| rooted| settled| established vested| incontrovertible| stereotyped| indeclinable . / tethered| anchored| moored| at anchor| on a rock| rock solid| firmas a rock| firmly seated| firmly established deep-rooted|ineradicable| inveterate| obstinate . / transfixed| stuck fast| aground| high and dry| stranded . / [movable object rendered unmovable] stuck| jammed| unremovable|quiescent | deterioration . / indefeasible| irretrievable| intransmutable| incommutable|irresoluble| irrevocable| irreversible| reverseless| inextinguishable|irreducible| indissoluble| indissolvable| indestructible| undying|imperishable| incorruptible| indelible| indeciduous| insusceptible|insusceptible of change . / Int . / stet . / littera scripta manet [Lat-] . / Present Events Eventuality eventuality| event| occurrence| incident|affair| matter| thing| episode| happening| proceeding| contingency|juncture| experience| fact| matter of fact| naked fact| bare facts|just the facts| phenomenon| advent . / business| concern| transaction| dealing| proceeding| circumstance|particular| casualty| accident| adventure| passage| crisis| pass|emergency| contingency| consequence| opportunity (occasion) . / the world| life| things| doings| affairs in general| things ingeneral| affairs in general| the times| state of affairs| order of theday| course of things| tide of things| stream of things| current ofthings| run of things| march of things| course of events| ups and downsof life| vicissitudes of life| chapter of accidents (chance) |situation (circumstances) . / happen| occur| take place| take effect| come| become of| come off|comeabout| come round| come into existence| come forth| come to pass|come on| pass| present itself| fall| fall out| turn out| run| be onfoot| fall in| befall| betide| bechance| prove| eventuate| draw on|turn up| crop up| spring up| pop up| arise| show up| show its face|appear| come forth| cast up| supervene| survene| issue| arrive| ensue|arise| start| hold| take its course| pass off (be past) . / meet with| experience| enjoy| encounter| undergo| suffer| passthrough| go through| be subjected to| be exposed to| fall to the lotof| be one`s chance| be one`s fortune| be one`s lot| find| endure (feel) . / happening going on| doing| current| in the wind| in theair| afloat| on foot| afoot| on the tapis| at issue| in question|incidental . / eventful| stirring| bustling| full of incident| memorable|momentous| signal . / eventually| in the event of| in case| just in case| in the courseof things| as things| times go| as the world goes| wags| as the treefalls| cat jumps| as it may turn out| happen . / that`s the way the ball bounces| that`s the way the cookiecrumbles| you never know what may turn up| you never know what thefuture will bring| the plot thickens| breasts the blows of circumstance[Tennyson]| so runs round of life from hour to hour [Keble]| sprinkledalong the waste of years [Tennyson] . / Future Events Destiny destiny (necessity) | future existence| postexistence| hereafter| future state| next world| world to come| afterlife| futurity | everlasting life| everlasting death| life beyondthe grave| world beyond the grave| prospect (expectation) . / impend| hang over| lie over| threaten| loom| await| come on|approach| stare one in the face| foreordain| preordain| predestine|doom| have in store for . / impending destined| about to be| happen| coming| in store|to come| going to happen| instant| at hand| near| near| close at hand|over hanging| hanging over one`s head| imminent| brewing| preparing|forthcoming| int he wind| on the cards| in reserve| that will| is tobe| in prospect (expected) | looming in the distance| horizon|future| unborn| in embryo| int he womb of time| futurity| pregnant (producing) . / in time| the long run| all in good time| eventually |whatever may happen (certainly) | as chance would have it . / CAUSATION CONSTANCY OF SEQUENCE IN EVENTS [Constant antecedent] . / Cause cause| origin| source|principle| element| occasioner| prime mover| primum mobile [Lat-]| veracausa [Lat-]| author (producer) | mainspring| agent| leaven|groundwork| foundation (support) . / spring| fountain| well| font| fountainhead| spring head| wellhead|fons et origo [Lat-]| genesis| descent (paternity) | remotecause| influence . / pivot| hinge| turning point| lever| crux| fulcrum| key| proximatecause| causa causans [Lat-]| straw that breaks the camel`s back . / ground| reason| reason why| why and wherefore| rationale|occasion| derivation| final cause (intention) | les dessous descartes [Fr-]| undercurrents . / rudiment . / egg| germ| embryo| bud| root| radix radical| etymon| nucleus|seed| stem| stock| stirps| trunk| tap-root| gemmule| radicle| semen|sperm . / nest| cradle| nursery| womb| nidus| birthplace| hotbed . / causality| causation| origination| production . / be the cause of n . / | originate| give origin to| give rise| to|give occasion to| cause| occasion| sow the seeds of| kindle| suscitate|bring on| bring to bring pass| bring about| produce| create | setup| set afloat| set on foot| found| broach| institute| lay thefoundation of| lie at the root of . / procure| induce| draw down| open the door to| superinduce| evoke|entail| operate| elicit| provoke . / conduce to (tend to) | contribute| have a hand in the pie|have a finger in the pie| determine| decide| turn the scale| have acommon origin| derive its origin (effect) . / caused causal| original| primary| primitive| primordial|aboriginal| protogenal| radical| embryonic| embryotic| in embryo| inovo [Lat-]| seminal| germinal| at the bottom of| connate| having acommon origin . / because | behind the scenes . / causa latet vis est notissima [Lat-] [Ovid]| felix qui potuitrerum cognoscere causas [Lat-] [Vergil] . / [Constant sequent] Effect effect| consequence| aftergrowth|aftercome| derivative| derivation| result| resultant| resultance|upshot| issue| denouement| end | development| outgrowth| fruit|crop| harvest| product| bud . / production| produce| work| handiwork| fabric| performance|creature| creation| offspring| offshoot| firstfruits| firstlings|heredity| telegony| premices premises . / be the effect of n . / | be due to| be owing to| originate in|originate from| rise from| arise| take its rise spring from| proceedfrom| emanate from| come from| grow from| bud from| sprout from|germinate from| issue from| flow from| result from| follow from| deriveits origin from| accrue from| come to| come of| come out of| dependupon| hang upon| hinge upon| turn upon . / take the consequences| sow the wind and reap the whirlwind . / owing to| resulting from derivable from| due to| caused by | dependent upon| derived from| evolved from| derivative|hereditary| telegonous . / of course| it follows that| naturally| consequently| as aconsequence| in consequence| through| all along of| necessarily|eventually . / cela va sans dire [Fr-]| thereby hangs a tale [Taming of theShrew] . / [Assignment of cause] Attribution attribution| theory|etiology| ascription| reference to| rationale| accounting for palaetiology| imputation| derivation from . / filiation| affiliation| pedigree (paternity) . / explanation (interpretation) | reason why (cause) . / attribute to| ascribe to| impute to| refer to| lay to| point to|trace to| bring home to| put down to| set down to| blame| charge on|ground on| invest with| assign as cause| lay at| the door of| fatherupon| account for| derive from| point out the reason | theorize|tell how it comes| put the saddle on the right horse . / attributed attributable referable to| referrible to|due to| derivable from| owing to (effect) | putative| ecbatic . / hence| thence| therefore| for| since| on account of| because|owing to| on that account| from this cause| from that cause| thanks to|forasmuch as| whence| propter hoc [Lat-] . / why? wherefore? whence? how comes it| how is it| how happens it?how does it happen? in some way| in some such way| somehow| somehow orother . / that is why| hinc illae lachrymae [Lat-] [Horace] . / [Absence of assignable cause] Chance chance|indetermination| accident| fortune| hazard| hap| haphazard| chancemedley| random| luck| raccroc| casualty| contingence| adventure| hit|fate (necessity) | equal chance| lottery| tombola| toss up | turn of the table| turn of the cards| hazard of the die| chapterof accidents| fickle finger of fate| cast of the dice| throw of thedice| heads or tails| flip of a coin| wheel of Fortune| sortes| sortesVirgilianae . / probability| possibility| odds| long odds| run of luck|accidentalness| main chance| odds on| favorable odds . / contingency| dependence (uncertainty) | situation(circumstance) . / statistics| theory of Probabilities| theory of Chances|bookmaking| assurance| speculation| gaming . / chance| hap| turn up| fall to one`s lot| be one`s fate |stumble on light upon| take one`s chance . / casual| fortuitous| accidental| adventitious| causeless|incidental| contingent| uncaused| undetermined| indeterminate| random|statistical| possible | unintentional . / by chance| accidentally| by accident| casually| perchance (possibly) | for aught one knows| as good would have it| as badwould have it| as luck would have it| as ill-luck would have it| aschance would have it| as it may be| as it may chance| as it may turnup| as it may happen| as the case may be . / grasps the skirts of happy chance [Tennyson]| the accident of anaccident [Lord Thurlow] . / There but for the grace of God go I CONNECTION BETWEEN CAUSE AND EFFECT Power power| potency| potentiality| jiva| puissance| might|force| energy | dint| right hand| right arm| ascendency| sway|control| prepotency| prepollence| almightiness| omnipotence| authority | strength . / ability| ableness | competency| efficacy| efficiency|productivity| expertise (skill) | validity| cogency| enablement|vantage ground| influence . / pressure| conductivity| elasticity| gravity| electricity|magnetism| galvanism| voltaic electricity| voltaism| electromagnetism|atomic power| nuclear power| thermonuclear power| fuel cell| hydraulicpower| water power| hydroelectric power| solar power| solar energy|solar panels| tidal power| wind power| attraction| vis inertiae [Lat-]|vis mortua [Lat-]| vis viva [Lat-]| potential energy| dynamic energy|dynamic friction| dynamic suction| live circuit| live rail| live wire . / capability| capacity| quid valeant humeri quid ferre recusent[Lat-]| faculty| quality| attribute| endowment| virtue| gift| property|qualification| susceptibility . / be powerful | gain power belong to| pertain to| lie inone`s power| be in one`s power| can| be able . / give power| confer power| exercise power n . / | empower| enable|invest| indue| endue| endow| arm| strengthen | compel . / powerful| puissant| potential| capable| able| equal to| up to|cogent| valid| efficient| productive| effective| effectual|efficacious| adequate| competent| multipotent| plenipotent|omnipotent| almighty . / forcible . / (energetic) | influential | productive . / powerfully | by virtue of| by dint of . / a toute force [Fr-]| dos moi pou sto kai kino ten gen [Gr]|eripuit coelo fulmen sceptrumque tyrannis [Lat-]| fortis cadere cederenon potest [Lat-] . / Impotence impotence| inability| disability| disablement|impuissance| imbecility| incapacity| incapability| inaptitude|ineptitude| incompetence| unproductivity| indocility| invalidity|disqualification| inefficiency| wastefulness . / telum imbelle [Lat-]| brutum fulmen [Lat-]| blank| blankcartridge| flash in the pan| vox et proeterea nihil [Lat-]| deadletter| bit of waste paper| dummy| paper tiger| Quaker gun . / inefficacy (inutility) [Obs]| failure . / helplessness | prostration| paralysis| palsy| apoplexy|syncope| sideration| deliquium [Lat-]| collapse| exhaustion| softeningof the brain| inanition| emasculation| orchiotomy [Med]| orchotomy[Med] . / cripple| old woman| muff| powder puff| creampuff| pussycat| wimp|mollycoddle| eunuch . / be impotent | not have a leg to stand on . / vouloir rompre l`anguille au genou [Fr-]| vouloir prendre la luneavec les dents [Fr-] . / collapse| faint| swoon| fall into a swoon| drop| go by the board|go by the wayside| go up in smoke| end in smoke (fail) . / render powerless | deprive of power| disable| disenable|disarm| incapacitate| disqualify| unfit| invalidate| deaden| cramp| tiethe hands| double up| prostrate| paralyze| muzzle| cripple| becripple|maim| lame| hamstring| draw the teeth of| throttle| strangle| garrotte|garrote| ratten| silence| sprain| clip the wings of| put hors de combat[Fr-]| spike the guns| take the wind out of one`s sails| scotch thesnake| put a spoke in one`s wheel| break the neck| break the back|unhinge| unfit| put out of gear . / unman| unnerve| enervate| emasculate| castrate| geld| alter|neuter| sterilize| fix . / shatter| exhaust| weaken . / powerless| impotent| unable| incapable| incompetent| inefficient|ineffective| inept| unfit| unfitted| unqualified| disqualified|unendowed| inapt| unapt| crippled| disabled armless . / harmless| unarmed| weaponless| defenseless| sine ictu [Lat-]|unfortified| indefensible| vincible| pregnable| untenable . / paralytic| paralyzed| palsied| imbecile| nerveless| sinewless|marrowless| pithless| lustless| emasculate| disjointed| out of joint|out of gear| unnerved| unhinged| water-logged| on one`s beam ends|rudderless| laid on one`s back| done up| dead beat| exhausted|shattered| demoralized| graveled (in difficulty) | helpless|unfriended| fatherless| without a leg to stand on| hors de combat[Fr-]| laid on the shelf . / null and void| nugatory| inoperative| good for nothing|ineffectual (failing) | inadequate | inefficacious (useless) . / der kranke Mann [Germ-]| desirous still but impotent to rise[Shenstone]| the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak . / [Degree of power] Strength strength| power | energy | vigor| force| main force| physical force| brute force| spring|elasticity| tone| tension| tonicity . / stoutness | lustihood| stamina| nerve| muscle| sinew| thewsand sinews| physique| pith| pithiness| virtility| vitality . / athletics| athleticism| gymnastics| feats of strength . / adamant| steel| iron| oak| heart of oak| iron grip| grit| bone . / athlete| gymnast| acrobat| superman| Atlas| Hercules| Antaeus|Samson| Cyclops| Goliath| tower of strength| giant refreshed . / strengthening invigoration| refreshment| refocillation . / [Science of forces] dynamics| statics . / be strong | be stronger| overmatch . / render strong | give strength n . / | strengthen|invigorate| brace| nerve| fortify| sustain| harden| case harden| steel|gird| screw up| wind up| set up| gird up one`s loins| brace up one`sloins| recruit| set on one`s legs| vivify| refresh | refect|reinforce| reenforce (restore) . / strong| mighty| vigorous| forcible| hard| adamantine| stout|robust| sturdy| hardy| powerful| potent| puissant| valid . / resistless| irresistible| invincible| proof against| impregnable|unconquerable| indomitable| dominating| inextinguishable| unquenchable|incontestable| more than a match for| overpowering| overwhelming| allpowerful| all sufficient| sovereign . / able-bodied| athletic| Herculean| Cyclopean| Atlantean| muscular|brawny| wiry| well-knit| broad-shouldered| sinewy| strapping| stalwart|gigantic . / manly| malike| manful| masculine| male| virile . / unweakened| unallayed| unwithered| unshaken| unworn| unexhausted|in full force| in full swing| in the plenitude of power . / stubborn| thick-ribbed| made of iron| deep-rooted| strong as alion| strong as a horse| strong as an ox| strong as brandy| sound as aroach| in fine feather| in high feather| built like a brick shithouse|like a giant refreshed . / strongly | by force n . / | by main force (by compulsion) our withers are unwrung [Hamlet] . / Blut und Eisen [Germ-]| coelitus mihi vires [Lat-]| du fort au diable[Fr-]| en habiles gens [Lat-]| ex vi termini| flecti non frangi [Lat-]|he that wrestles with us strengthens our nerves and sharpens our skill[Burke]| inflexible in faith invincible in arms [Beattie] . / Weakness weakness | debility| atony| relaxation|languor| enervation| impotence | infirmity| effeminacy|feminality| fragility| flaccidity| inactivity . / anaemia| bloodlessness| deficiency of blood| poverty of blood . / declension of strength| loss of strength| failure of strength|delicacy| invalidation| decrepitude| asthenia| adynamy| cachexy|cachexia [Med]| sprain| strain . / reed| thread| rope of sand| house of cards . / softling| weakling| infant | youth . / be weak | drop| crumble| give way| totter| tremble| shake|halt| limp| fade| languish| decline| flag| fail| have one leg in thegrave . / render weak | weaken| enfeeble| debilitate| shake| depriveof strength| relax| enervate| eviscerate| unbrace| unnerve| cripple|unman (render powerless) | cramp| reduce| sprain| strain| bluntthe edge of| dilute| impoverish| decimate| extenuate| reduce instrength| reduce the strength of| mettre de l`eau dans son vin [Fr-] . / weak| feeble| debile| impotent | relaxed| unnerved| sapless| strengthless| powerless| weakly| unstrung| flaccid| adynamic|asthenic| nervous . / soft| effeminate| feminate| womanly . / frail| fragile| shattery| flimsy| unsubstantial| insubstantial|gimcrack| gingerbread| rickety| creaky| creaking| cranky| craichy|drooping| tottering broken| lame| withered| shattered| shaken|crazy| shaky| palsied | decrepit . / languid| poor| infirm| faint| faintish| sickly (disease) |dull| slack| evanid| spent| short-winded| effete| weather-beaten|decayed| rotten| worn| seedy| languishing| wasted| washy| laid low|pulled down| the worse for wear . / unstrengthened [Obs]| unsupported| unaided| unassisted|aidless| defenseless | cantilevered (support) . / on its last legs| weak as a child| weak as a baby| weak as achicken| weak as a cat| weak as a rat| weak as water| weak as watergruel| weak as gingerbread| weak as milk and water| colorless . / non sum qualis eram [Lat-] . / POWER IN OPERATION Production {ant . / || } production| creation| construction| formation|fabrication| manufacture| building| architecture| erection|edification| coinage| diaster| organization| nisus formativus [Lat-]|putting together establishment| workmanship| performance|achievement (completion) . / flowering| fructification| inflorescence . / bringing forth parturition| birth| birth-throe| childbirth|delivery| confinement| accouchement| travail| labor| midwifery|obstetrics| geniture| gestation (maturation) | assimilation|evolution| development| growth| entelechy [Phil]| fertilization|gemination| germination| heterogamy [Biol]| genesis| generation|epigenesis| procreation| progeneration| propagation| fecundation|impregnation| albumen . / spontaneous generation| archegenesis| archebiosis| biogenesis|abiogenesis| digenesis| dysmerogenesis| eumerogenesis|heterogenesis| oogenesis| merogenesis| metogenesis| monogenesis|parthenogenesis| homogenesis| xenogenesis| authorship| publication|works| opus| oeuvre . / biogeny| dissogeny| xenogeny| tocogony| vacuolization . / edifice| building| structure| fabric| erection| pile| tower|flower| fruit . / produce| perform| operate| do| make| gar| form| construct|fabricate| frame| contrive| manufacture| weave| forge| coin| carve|chisel| build| raise| edify| rear| erect| put together| set up| run up|establish| constitute| compose| organize| institute| achieve|accomplish (complete) . / flower| bear fruit| fructify| teem| ean| yean| farrow| drop| pup|kitten| kindle| bear| lay| whelp| bring forth| give birth to| lie in|be brought to bed of| evolve| pullulate| usher into the world . / make productive | create| beget| get| generate| fecundate|impregnate| procreate| progenerate| propagate| engender| bring intobeing| call into being| bring into existence| breed| hatch| develop|bring up . / induce| superinduce| suscitate| cause | acquire . / produced| producing productive of| prolific |creative| formative| genetic| genial| genital| pregnant| enceinte| bigwith| fraught with| in the family way| teeming| parturient| in thestraw| brought to bed of| puerperal| puerperous . / digenetic| heterogenetic| oogenetic| xenogenetic| ectogenous|gamic| haematobious| sporogenous [Biol]| sporophorous [Biol] . / architectonic . / ex nihilo nihil [Lat-]| fiat lux [Lat-]| materiam superabat opus[Lat-] [Ovid]| nemo dat quod non habet [Lat-] . / [Nonproduction] Destruction {ant . / } destruction| waste| dissolution| breaking up| diruption|disruption| consumption| disorganization . / fall| downfall| devastation| ruin| perdition| crash| eboulement[Fr-]| smash| havoc| delabrement [Fr-]| debacle| break down| break up|fall apart| prostration| desolation| bouleversement [Fr-]| wreck|wrack| shipwreck| cataclysm| washout . / extinction| annihilation| destruction of life | knock-downblow| doom| crack of doom . / destroying demolition| demolishment| overthrow| subversion|suppression| abolition (abrogation) | biblioclasm| sacrifice|ravage| razzia| inactivation| incendiarism| revolution |extirpation (extraction) | beginning of the end| commencement dela fin [Fr-]| road to ruin| dilapidation (deterioration) |sabotage . / be destroyed | perish| fall to the ground| tumble| topple| go topieces| fall to pieces| break up| crumble to dust| go to the dogs| goto the wall| go to smash| go to shivers| go to wreck| go to pot| go towrack and ruin| go by the board| go all to smash| be all over| be allup| be all with| totter to its fall . / destroy| do away with| make away with| nullify| annual |sacrifice| demolish| tear up| overturn| overthrow| overwhelm| upset|subvert| put an end to| seal the doom of| do in| do for| dish [Slang]|undo| break up| cut up| break down| cut down| pull down| mow down| blowdown| beat down| suppress| quash| put down| do a job on| cut short|take off| blot out| dispel| dissipate| dissolve| consume . / smash| crash| quell| squash| squelch| crumple up| shatter| shiver|batter to pieces| tear to pieces| crush to pieces| cut to pieces| shaketo pieces| pull to pieces| pick to pieces| laniate| nip| tear to rags|tear to tatters| crush to atoms| knock to atoms| ruin| strike out|throw over| knock down over| fell| sink| swamp| scuttle| wreck|shipwreck| engulf| ingulf| submerge| lay in ashes| lay in ruins| sweepaway| erase| wipe out| expunge| raze| level with the dust| level withthe ground| waste| atomize| vaporize . / deal destruction| desolate| devastate| lay waste| ravage gut|disorganize| dismantle (render useless) | devour| swallow up|sap| mine| blast| bomb| blow to smithereens| drop the big one|confound| exterminate| extinguish| quench| annihilate| snuff out| putout| stamp out| trample out| lay in the dust| trample in the dust|prostrate| tread under foot| crush under foot| trample under foot| laythe ax to the root of| make short work of| make clean sweep of| makemincemeat of| cut up root and branch| chop into pieces| cut intoribbons| fling to the winds| scatter to the winds| throw overboard|strike at the root of| sap the foundations of| spring a mine| blow up|ravage with fire and sword| cast to the dogs| eradicate . / destroyed perishing trembling to its fall| noddingto its fall| tottering to its fall| in course of destruction n . / |extinct . / all-destroying| all-devouring| all-engulfing . / destructive| subversive| ruinous| devastating| incendiary|deletory| destroying suicidal| deadly (killing) . / with crushing effect| with a sledge hammer . / delenda est Carthago [Lat-]| dum Roma deliberat Saguntum perit[Lat-]| ecrasez l`infame [Voltaire] . / Reproduction reproduction| renovation| restoration |renewal| new edition| reprint| revival| regeneration| palingenesis|revivification| apotheosis| resuscitation| reanimation| resurrection|reappearance| regrowth| Phoenix . / generation (production) | multiplication . / reproduce| restore | revive| renovate| renew| regenerate|revivify| resuscitate| reanimate| remake| refashion| stir the embers|put into the crucible| multiply| repeat| resurge . / crop up| spring up like mushrooms . / reproduced renascent| reappearing| reproductive|suigenetic . / Producer producer| originator| inventor| author| founder|generator| mover| architect| creator| prime mover| maker (agent)| prime mover . / Destroyer destroyer (destroy) | cankerworm (bane) | assassin (killer) | executioner (punish) |biblioclast| eidoloclast| iconoclast| idoloclast| nihilist . / Paternity paternity| parentage| consanguinity . / parent| father| sire| dad| papa| paterfamilias| abba| genitor|progenitor| procreator| ancestor| grandsire| grandfather| great-grandfather| fathership| fatherhood| mabap . / house| stem| trunk| tree| stock| stirps| pedigree| lineage| line|family| tribe| sept| race| clan| genealogy| descent| extraction| birth|ancestry| forefathers| forbears| patriarchs . / motherhood| maternity| mother| dam| mamma| materfamilias [Lat-]|grandmother . / paternal| parental| maternal| family| ancestral| linear|patriarchal . / avi numerantur avorum [Lat-]| happy he with such a mother[Tennyson]| hombre bueno no le busquen abolengo [Spanish]| philosophiastemma non inspicit [Lat-] [Seneca] . / Posterity posterity| progeny| breed| issue| offspring|brood| litter| seed| farrow| spawn| spat| family| grandchildren| heirs|great-grandchild . / child| son| daughter| butcha| bantling| scion| acrospire|plumule| shoot| sprout| olive-branch| sprit| branch| off-shoot| off-set| ramification| descendant| heir| heiress| heir-apparent| heir-presumptive| chip off the old block| heredity| rising generation . / straight descent| sonship| line| lineage| filiation|primogeniture . / filial| diphyletic . / the child is father of the man [Wordsworth]| the fruit doesn`tfall far from the tree| like father| like son . / Productiveness productiveness | fecundity| fertility|luxuriance| uberty . / pregnancy| pullulation| fructification| multiplication|propagation| procreation| superfetation . / milch cow| rabbit| hydra| warren| seed plot| land flowing withmilk and honey| second crop| aftermath| aftercrop| aftergrowth|arrish| eddish| rowen| protoplasm| fertilization . / make productive | fructify| procreate| generate| fertilize|spermative| impregnate| fecundate| fecundify| teem| multiply| produce | conceive . / productive| prolific| teeming| teemful| fertile| fruitful|frugiferous| fruit-bearing| fecund| luxuriant| pregnant| uberous . / procreant| procreative| generative| life-giving| spermatic|multiparous| omnific| propagable . / parturient (producing) | profitable (useful) . / Unproductiveness unproductiveness | infertility|sterility| infecundity| masturbation| impotence |unprofitableness (inutility) . / waste| desert| Sahara| wild| wilderness| howling wilderness . / be unproductive | hang fire| flash in the pan| come tonothing . / [make unproductive] sterilize| addle| disable| inactivate . / unproductive| acarpous| inoperative| barren| addled| infertile|unfertile| unprolific| arid| sterile| unfruitful| infecund| sineprole| fallow| teemless| issueless| fruitless| unprofitable (useless) | null and void| of no effect . / Agency agency| operation| force| working| strain| function|office| maintenance| exercise| work| swing| play| interworking|interaction| procurement . / causation | instrumentality | influence | action (voluntary) | modus operandi . / quickening power| maintaining power| sustaining power| homestroke . / be in action | operate| work| act| act upon| perform| play|support| sustain| strain| maintain| take effect| quicken| strike . / come play| come bring into operation| have play| have free play|bring to bear upon . / operative| efficient| efficacious| practical| effectual . / at work| on foot| acting (doing) | in operation| in force|in action| in play| in exercise| acted upon| wrought upon . / by the agency of| n . / | through (instrumentality) | bymeans of . / I myself must mix with action lest I wither by despair [Tennyson] . / Physical Energy energy| physical energy| force| power | keenness | intensity| vigor| strength| elasticity| go| highpressure| fire| rush . / acrimony| acritude| causiticity| virulence| poignancy| harshness | severity| edge| point| pungency . / cantharides| seasoning (condiment) . / activity| agitation| effervescence| ferment| fermentation|ebullition| splutter| perturbation| stir| bustle| voluntary energy | quicksilver . / resolution (mental energy) | exertion (effort) |excitation (mental) . / give energy n . / | energize| stimulate| kindle| excite| exert|sharpen| intensify| inflame (render violent) | wind up (strengthen) . / strike home| into home| hard home| make an impression . / strong| energetic| forcible| active| intense| deep-dyed| severe|keen| vivid| sharp| acute| incisive| trenchant| brisk . / rousing| irritation| poignant| virulent| caustic| corrosive|mordant| harsh| stringent| double-edged| double-shotted| double-distilled| drastic| escharotic| racy (pungent) . / potent (powerful) | radioactive . / strongly | fortiter in re [Lat-]| with telling effect . / the steam is up| vires acquirit eundo [Lat-]| the race by vigornot by vaunts is won [Pope] . / Physical Inertness inertness| dullness | inertia| visinertiae [Lat-]| inertion| inactivity| torpor| languor| quiescence | latency| inaction| passivity . / mental inertness| sloth (inactivity) | inexcitability [Obs]| irresolution | obstinacy | permanence . / rare gas| paraffin| noble metal| unreactivity . / be inert | hang fire| smolder . / inert| inactive| passive| torpid | sluggish| dull| heavy|flat| slack| tame| slow| blunt| unreactive| lifeless| dead|uninfluential . / latent| dormant| smoldering| unexerted . / inactively | in suspense| in abeyance . / Violence violence| inclemency| vehemence| might|impetuosity| boisterousness | effervescence| ebullition|turbulence| bluster| uproar| callithump [U . / S]| riot| row| rumpus| lediable a quatre [Fr-]| devil to pay| all the fat in the fire . / severity | ferocity| rage| fury| exacerbation| exasperation|malignity| fit| paroxysm| orgasm| climax| aphrodisia| force| bruteforce| outrage| coup de main| strain| shock| shog| spasm| convulsion|throe| hysterics| passion (state of excitability) . / outbreak| outburst| debacle| burst| bounce| dissilience|discharge| volley| explosion| blow up| blast| detonation| rush|eruption| displosion| torrent . / turmoil (disorder) | ferment (agitation) | storm|tempest| rough weather| squall (wind) | earthquake| volcano|thunderstorm . / berserk| berserker| fury| dragon| demon| tiger| beldame|Tisiphone| Megaera| Alecto| madcap| wild beast| fire eater (blusterer) . / be violent | run high| ferment| effervesce| romp| rampage| goon a rampage| run wild| run amuck| run riot| break the peace| rush|tear| rush headlong| rush foremost| raise a storm| make a riot| roughhouse [Slang]| riot| storm| wreak| bear down| ride roughshod| outHerod| Herod| spread like wildfire (person) . / [shout or act in anger at something]| explode| make a row| kick upa row| boil| boil over| fume| foam| come on like a lion| bluster| rage|roar| fly off the handle| go bananas| go ape| blow one`s top| blowone`s cool| flip one`s lid| hit the ceiling| hit the roof| fly into arage (anger) . / break out| fly out| burst out| bounce| explode| go off| displode|fly| detonate| thunder| blow up| crump| flash| flare| burst| shock|strain| break open| force open| prize open . / render violent | sharpen| stir up| quicken| excite| incite|annoy| urge| lash| stimulate| turn on| irritate| inflame| kindle|suscitate| foment| accelerate| aggravate| exasperate| exacerbate|convulse| infuriate| madden| lash into fury| fan the flame| add fuel tothe flame| pour oil on the fire| oleum addere camino [Lat-] . / explode| let fly| fly off| discharge| detonate| set off| detonize|fulminate . / violent| vehement| warm| acute| sharp| rough| rude| ungentle|bluff| boisterous| wild| brusque| abrupt| waspish| impetuous| rampant . / turbulent| disorderly| blustering| raging troublous|riotous| tumultuary| tumultuous| obstreperous| uproarious| extravagant|unmitigated| ravening| inextinguishable| tameless| frenzied (insane) desperate (rash) | infuriate| furious| outrageous| frantic|hysteric| in hysterics . / fiery| flaming| scorching| hot| red-hot| ebullient . / savage| fierce| ferocious| fierce as a tiger . / excited unquelled| unquenched| unextinguished|unrepressed| unbridled| unruly| headstrong| ungovernable| unappeasable|immitigable| unmitigable| uncontrollable| incontrollable|insuppressible| irrepressible| orgastic| orgasmatic| orgasmic . / spasmodic| convulsive| explosive| detonating volcanic|meteoric| stormy (wind) . / violently | amain| by storm| by force| by main force| withmight and main| tooth and nail| vi et armis [Lat-]| at the point of thesword| at the point of the bayonet| at one fell swoop| with a highhand| through thick and thin| in desperation| with a vengeance| aoutrance| a toute outrance [Fr-]| headlong| head foremost . / furor arma ministrat [Lat-]| blown with restless violence roundabout the pendent world [Measure for Measure] . / Moderation moderation| lenity | temperateness|gentleness | sobriety| quiet| mental calmness (inexcitability) [Obs] . / moderating anaphrodisia| relaxation| remission| mitigation|tranquilization| assuagement| contemporation| pacification . / measure| juste milieu [Fr-]| golden mean| ariston metron [Gr] . / moderator| lullaby| sedative| lenitive| demulcent| antispasmodic|carminative| laudanum| rose water| balm| poppy| opiate| anodyne| milk|opium| poppy or mandragora| wet blanket| palliative . / be moderate | keep within bounds| keep within compass| soberdown| settle down| keep the peace| remit| relent| take in sail . / moderate| soften| mitigate| temper| accoy| attemper| contemper|mollify| lenify| dulcify| dull| take off the edge| blunt| obtund|sheathe| subdue| chasten| sober down| tone down| smooth down| weaken | lessen (decrease) | check palliate . / tranquilize| pacify| assuage| appease| swag| lull| soothe|compose| still| calm| calm down| cool| quiet| hush| quell| sober|pacify| tame| damp| lay| allay| rebate| slacken| smooth| alleviate|rock to sleep| deaden| smooth| throw cold water on| throw a wet blanketover| turn off| slake| curb (restrain) | tame (subjugate) |smooth over| pour oil on the waves| pour oil on the troubled waters|pour balm into| mattre de l`eau dans son vin [Fr-] . / go out like a lamb| roar you as gently as any sucking dove[Midsummer-Night`s Dream] . / moderate| lenient | gentle| mild| mellow| cool| sober|temperate| reasonable| measured| tempered calm| unruffled|quiet| tranquil| still| slow| smooth| untroubled| tame| peaceful|peaceable| pacific| halcyon . / unexciting| unirritating| soft| bland| oily| demulcent| lenitive|anodyne| hypnotic | sedative| antiorgastic| anaphrodisiac . / mild as mother`s milk| milk and water . / moderately | gingerly| piano| under easy sail| at halfspeed| within bounds| within compass| in reason . / est modue in rebus| pour oil on troubled waters . / INDIRECT POWER Influence influence| importance | weight| pressure|preponderance| prevalence| sway| predominance| predominancy|ascendency| dominance| reign| control| domination| pull [Slang]|authority | capability (power) | effect | interest . / synergy (cooperation) . / footing| purchase (support) | play| leverage| vantageground . / tower of strength| host in himself| protection| patronage|auspices . / have influence n . / | be influential | carry weight| weigh|tell| have a hold upon| magnetize| bear upon| gain a footing| workupon| take root| take hold| strike root in . / run through| pervade| prevail| dominate| predominate| out weigh|over weigh| over-ride| over-bear| gain head| rage| be rife |spread like wildfire| have the upper hand| get the upper hand| gain theupper hand| have full play| get full play| gain full play . / be recognized| be listened to| make one`s voice heard| gain ahearing| play a part| play a leading part| play a leading part in| takethe lead| pull the strings| turn the scale| throw one`s weight into thescale| set the fashion| lead the dance . / influential| effective| important | weighty| prevailing prevalent| rife| rampant| dominant| regnant| predominant| in theascendant| hegemonical . / with telling effect . / tel maure tel valet [Fr-] . / a . / Absence of Influence impotence | powerlessness|inertness | irrelevancy . / have no influence . / uninfluential| ineffective| inconsequential| nugatory|unconducing| unconducive| unconducting to| powerless | irrelevant . / Tendency tendency| aptness| aptitude| proneness| proclivity|bent| turn| tone| bias| set| leaning to| predisposition| inclination|propensity| susceptibility| conatus [Lat-]| nisus [Lat-]| liability | quality| nature| temperament| idiocrasy| idiosyncrasy| cast| vein|grain| humor| mood| drift (direction) | conduciveness|conducement| applicability (utility) | subservience (instrumentality) . / tend| contribute| conduce| lead| dispose| incline| verge| bend to|trend| affect| carry| redound to| bid fair to| gravitate towards|promote (aid) . / tending conducive| working towards| in a fair way to|calculated to| liable | subservient (instrumental) | useful | subsidiary (helping) . / for| whither . / Liability liability| liableness| possibility| contingency|susceptivity| susceptibility| exposure . / be liable | incur| lay oneself open to| run the chance| standa chance| lie under| expose oneself to| open a door to . / liable| subject| in danger | open to| exposed to| obnoxiousto| answerable| unexempt from| apt to| dependent on| incident to . / contingent| incidental| possible| on the cards| within range of|at the mercy of . / COMBINATIONS OF CAUSES Concurrence concurrence| cooperation| coagency| union|agreement | consilience| consent| coincidence (assent) |alliance| concert| additivity| synergy | partnership . / common cause . / concur| conduce| conspire| contribute| agree| unite| hang together|pull together| join forces| make common cause . / (cooperate) | help to (aid) . / keep pace with| run parallel| go with| go along with| go hand inhand with| coincide . / concurring concurrent| in alliance with| banded together|of one mind| at one with| coinciding . / with one consent . / Counteraction counteraction| opposition| contrariety |antagonism| polarity| clashing collision| interference|inhibition| resistance| renitency| friction| reaction| retroaction (recoil) | counterblast| neutralization (compensation) | visinertiae [Lat-]| check (hindrance) . / voluntary opposition | voluntary resistance |repression (restraint) . / opposites| action and reaction| yang and yin| yang-yin(contrariety) . / counteract| run counter| clash| cross| interfere with| conflictwith| contravene| jostle| go against| run against| beat against|militate against| stultify| antagonize| block| oppose | traverse|withstand (resist) | hinder | repress (restrain) |react (recoil) . / undo| neutralize| counterpoise (compensate) | overpoise . / counteracting antagonistic| conflicting| retroactive|renitent| reactionary| contrary . / although | in spite of | against . / for every action there is a reaction| equal in force and oppositein direction [Newton] . / [Indefinite space] Space space| extension| extent|superficial extent| expanse| stretch| hyperspace| room| scope| range|field| way| expansion| compass| sweep| swing| spread . / dimension| length | distance | size | volume|hypervolume . / latitude| play| leeway| purchase| tolerance| room for maneuver . / spare room| elbow room| house room| stowage| roomage| margin|opening| sphere| arena . / open space| free space| void (absence) | waste| wildness|wilderness| moor| moorland| campagna . / abyss (interval) | unlimited space| infinity | world|ubiquity (presence) | length and breadth of the land . / proportions| acreage| acres| acres and perches| roods and perches|hectares| square miles| square inches| square yards| squarecentimeters| square meters| yards (clothing) | ares| arpents . / spacious| roomy| extensive| expansive| capacious| ample|widespread| vast| world-wide| uncircumscribed| boundless (infinite)| shoreless| trackless| pathless| extended . / extensively | wherever| everywhere| far and near| far andwide| right and left| all over| all the world over| throughout theworld| throughout the length and breadth of the land| under the sun| inevery quarter| in all quarters| in all lands| here there andeverywhere| from pole to pole| from China to Peru [Johnson]| from Industo the pole [Pope]| from Dan to Beersheba| from end to end| on the faceof the earth| in the wide world| from all points of the compass| to thefour winds| to the uttermost parts of the earth . / Inextension inextension| nonextension| point| dot| atom (smallness) . / [Definite space] Region region| sphere| ground| soil| area|field| realm| hemisphere| quarter| district| beat| orb| circuit|circle| reservation| pale (limit) | compartment| department|clearing . / [political divisions: see] (property) (Government) . / arena| precincts| enceinte| walk| march| patch| plot| parcel|inclosure| close| field| court| enclave| reserve| preserve| street (abode) . / clime| climate| zone| meridian| latitude . / biosphere| lithosphere . / territorial| local| parochial| provincial| regional . / [Limited space] Place place| lieu| spot| point| dot| niche|nook (corner) | hole| pigeonhole (receptacle) |compartment| premises| precinct| station| area| courtyard| square|abode | locality (situation) . / ins and outs| every hole and corner . / somewhere| in some place| wherever it may be| here and there| invarious places| passim . / RELATIVE SPACE Situation situation| position| locality| locale| status|latitude and longitude| footing| standing| standpoint| post| stage|aspect| attitude| posture| pose . / environment| surroundings (location) | circumjacence [Obs] . / place| site| station| seat| venue| whereabouts| ground| bearings (direction) | spot (limited space) . / topography| geography| chorography| map . / be situated| be situate| lie| have its seat in . / situate| situated| local| topical| topographical in situ| in loco| here and there| passim| hereabouts| thereabouts|whereabouts| in place| here| there . / in such and such surroundings| in such and such environs| in suchand such entourage| amidst such and such surroundings| amidst such andsuch environs| amidst such and such entourage . / Location location| localization| lodgment| deposition|reposition| stowage| package| collocation| packing| lading|establishment| settlement| installation| fixation| insertion . / habitat| environment| surroundings (situation) | circumjacence [Obs] . / anchorage| mooring| encampment . / plantation| colony| settlement| cantonment| colonization|domestication| situation| habitation (abode) | cohabitation| alocal habitation and a name [Midsummer Night`s Dream]| endenization|naturalization . / place| situate| locate| localize| make a place for| put| lay| set|seat| station| lodge| quarter| post| install| house| stow| establish|fix| pin| root| graft| plant (insert) | shelve| pitch| camp| laydown| deposit| reposit| cradle| moor| tether| picket| pack| tuck in|embed| imbed| vest| invest in . / billet on| quarter upon| saddle with| load| lade| freight| pocket|put up| bag . / inhabit (be present) | domesticate| colonize| take root|strike root| anchor| cast anchor| come to an anchor| sit down| settledown| settle| take up one`s abode| take up one`s quarters| plantoneself| establish oneself| locate oneself| squat| perch| hive| senicher [Fr-]| bivouac| burrow| get a footing| encamp| pitch one`s tent|put up at| put up one`s horses at| keep house . / endenizen| naturalize| adopt . / put back| replace (restore) . / placed situate| posited| ensconced| imbedded| embosomed|rooted| domesticated| vested in| unremoved . / moored at anchor . / Displacement displacement| elocation| transposition . / ejectment [Obs]| exile (banishment) | removal (transference) . / misplacement| dislocation | fish out of water . / displace| misplace| displant| dislodge| disestablish| exile (seclude) | ablegate| set aside| remove| take away| cart away| takeoff| draft off| lade . / unload| empty (eject) | transfer | dispel . / vacate| depart . / displaced unplaced| unhoused| unharbored| unestablished|unsettled| houseless| homeless| out of place| out of a situation| inthe wrong place . / misplaced| out of its element . / EXISTENCE IN SPACE Presence presence| occupancy| occupation| attendance|whereness . / permeation| pervasion| diffusion (dispersion) . / ubiety| ubiquity| ubiquitariness| omnipresence . / bystander (spectator) . / exist in space| be present | assister| make one of| make oneat| look on| attend| remain| find oneself| present oneself| show one`sface| fall in the way of| occur in a place| lie| stand| occupy| bethere . / people| inhabit| dwell| reside| stay| sojourn| live| abide| lodge|nestle| roost| perch| take up one`s abode (be located) | tenant . / resort to| frequent| haunt| revisit . / fill| pervade| permeate| be diffused| be disseminated| be through|over spread| overrun| run through| meet one at every turn . / present| occupying| inhabiting moored | resiant|resident| residentiary| domiciled . / ubiquitous| ubiquitary| omnipresent| universally present . / peopled| populous| full of people| inhabited . / here| there| where| everywhere| aboard| on board| at home| afield|here there and everywhere (space) | in presence of| before| underthe eyes of| under the nose of| in the face of| in propria persona[Lat-] . / on the spot| in person| in the flesh . / nusquam est qui ubique est [Lat-] [Seneca] . / [Nullibiety] Absence absence| inexistence [Obs]|nonresidence| absenteeism| nonattendance| alibi . / emptiness | void| vacuum| vacuity| vacancy| tabula rasa[Lat-]| exemption| hiatus (interval) | lipotype . / truant| absentee . / nobody| nobody present| nobody on earth| not a soul| ame qui vive[Fr-] . / be absent | keep away| keep out of the way| play truant|absent oneself| stay away| keep aloof| hold aloof . / withdraw| make oneself scarce| vacate| go away . / absent| not present| away| nonresident| gone| from home| missing|lost| wanting| omitted| nowhere to be found| inexistence [Obs] . / empty| void| vacant| vacuous| untenanted| unoccupied| uninhabited|tenantless| barren| sterile| desert| deserted| devoid| uninhabitable . / without| minus| nowhere| elsewhere| neither here nor there| indefault of| sans| behind one`s back . / the bird has flown| non est inventus [Lat-] . / absence makes the heart grow fonder [Bayley]| absent in body butpresent in spirit [ Corinthians verse ]| absento nemo ne nocuissevelit [Lat-] [Propertius]| Achilles absent was Achilles still [Homer]|aux absents les os| briller par son absence [Fr-]| conspicuous by hisabsence [Russell]| in the hope to meet shortly again and make ourabsence sweet [B . / Jonson] . / Inhabitant inhabitant| resident| residentiary| dweller|indweller| addressee| occupier| occupant| householder| lodger| inmate|tenant| incumbent| sojourner| locum tenens| commorant| settler|squatter| backwoodsman| colonist| islander| denizen| citizen| burgher|oppidan| cockney| cit| townsman| burgess| villager| cottager| cottier|cotter| compatriot| backsettler| boarder| hotel keeper| innkeeper|habitant| paying guest| planter . / native| indigene| aborigines| autochthones| Englishman| John Bull|newcomer (stranger) . / aboriginal| American| Caledonian| Cambrian| Canadian| Canuck[Slang]| downeaster [U . / S]| Scot| Scotchman| Hibernian| Irishman|Welshman| Uncle Sam| Yankee| Brother Jonathan . / garrison| crew| population| people (mankind) | colony|settlement| household| mir . / inhabit (be present) | endenizen (locate oneself) [Obs] . / indigenous| native| natal| autochthonal| autochthonous| British|English| American| Canadian| Irish| Scotch| Scottish| Welsh| domestic|domiciliated| domiciled| naturalized| vernacular| domesticated|domiciliary . / in the occupation of| garrisoned by| occupied by . / [Place of habitation| or resort] Abode abode| dwelling|lodging| domicile| residence| apartment| place| digs| pad| address|habitation| where one`s lot is cast| local habitation| berth| diggings|seat| lap| sojourn| housing| quarters| headquarters| resiance|tabernacle| throne| ark . / home| fatherland| country| homestead| homestall| fireside| hearth|hearth stone| chimney corner| inglenook| ingle side| harem| seraglio|zenana| household gods| lares et penates [Lat-]| roof| household|housing| dulce domum [Lat-]| paternal domicile| native soil| nativeland . / habitat| range| stamping ground| haunt| hangout| biosphere|environment| ecological niche . / nest| nidus| snuggery| arbor| bower| | lair| den| cave|hole| hiding place| cell| sanctum sanctorum [Lat-]| aerie| eyrie| eyry|rookery| hive| covert| resort| retreat| perch| roost| nidification|kala jagah . / bivouac| camp| encampment| cantonment| castrametation| barrack|casemate| casern . / tent (covering) | building (construction) | chamber (receptacle) | xenodochium . / tenement| messuage| farm| farmhouse| grange| hacienda| toft . / cot| cabin| hut| chalet| croft| shed| booth| stall| hovel| bothy|shanty| dugout [U . / S]| wigwam| pen (inclosure) | barn| bawn|kennel| sty| doghold| cote| coop| hutch| byre| cow house| cow shed|stable| dovecote| columbary| columbarium| shippen| igloo| iglu|jacal| lacustrine dwelling| lacuslake dwelling| lacuspile dwelling|log cabin| log house| shack| shebang [Slang]| tepee| topek . / house| mansion| place| villa| cottage| box| lodge| hermitage| rusin urbe [Lat-]| folly| rotunda| tower| chateau| castle| pavilion|hotel| court| manor-house| capital messuage| hall| palace| kiosk|bungalow| casa [Spanish]| country seat| apartment house| flat house| framehouse| shingle house| tenement house| temple . / hamlet| village| thorp| dorp| ham| kraal| borough| burgh| town|city| capital| metropolis| suburb| province| country| county town|county seat| courthouse [U . / S]| ghetto . / street| place| terrace| parade| esplanade| alameda| board walk|embankment| road| row| lane| alley| court| quadrangle| quad| wynd[Scot]| close [Scot]| yard| passage| rents| buildings| mews . / square| polygon| circus| crescent| mall| piazza| arcade|colonnade| peristyle| cloister| gardens| grove| residences| block ofbuildings| market place| place| plaza . / anchorage| roadstead| roads| dock| basin| wharf| quay| port|harbor . / quarter| parish (region) . / assembly room| meetinghouse| pump room| spa| watering place| inn|hostel| hostelry| hotel| tavern| caravansary| dak bungalow| khan|hospice| public house| pub| pot house| mug house| gin mill| gin palace|bar| bar room| barrel house [U . / S]| cabaret| chophouse| club|clubhouse| cookshop| dive [U . / S]| exchange [Euph]| grill room| saloon[U . / S]| shebeen| coffee house| eating house| canteen| restaurant|buffet| cafe| estaminet| posada| almshouse| poorhouse| townhouse[U . / S] . / garden| park| pleasure ground| plaisance| demesne . / [quarters for animals] cage| terrarium| doghouse| pen| aviary|barn| stall| zoo . / take up one`s abode (locate oneself) | inhabit (be present) urban| metropolitan| suburban| provincial| rural| rustic|domestic| cosmopolitan| palatial . / eigner Hert ist goldes Werth [Germ-]| even cities have their graves[Longfellow]| ubi libertas ibi patria [Lat-]| home sweet home . / [Things contained] Contents contents| cargo| lading|freight| shipment| load| bale| burden| jag| cartload| shipload| cup of|basket of| (receptacle) of| inside | stuffing| ullage . / Receptacle receptacle| inclosure | recipient|receiver| reservatory . / compartment| cell| cellule| follicle| hole| corner| niche| recess|nook| crypt| stall| pigeonhole| cove| oriel| cave (concavity) . / capsule| vesicle| cyst| pod| calyx| cancelli| utricle| bladder|pericarp| udder . / stomach| paunch| venter| ventricle| crop| craw| maw| gizzard|breadbasket| mouth . / pocket| pouch| fob| sheath| scabbard| socket| bag| sac| sack|saccule| wallet| cardcase| scrip| poke| knit| knapsack| haversack|sachel| satchel| reticule| budget| net| ditty bag| ditty box|housewife| hussif| saddlebags| portfolio| quiver (magazine) . / chest| box| coffer| caddy| case| casket| pyx| pix| caisson| desk|bureau| reliquary| trunk| portmanteau| band-box| valise| grip| gripsack [U . / S]| skippet| vasculum| boot| imperial| vache| cage| manger|rack . / vessel| vase| bushel| barrel| canister| jar| pottle| basket|pannier| buck-basket| hopper| maund| creel| cran| crate| cradle|bassinet| wisket| whisket| jardiniere| corbeille| hamper| dosser|dorser| tray| hod| scuttle| utensil| brazier| cuspidor| spittoon . / [For liquids] cistern (store) | vat| caldron| barrel| cask|drum| puncheon| keg| rundlet| tun| butt| cag| firkin| kilderkin|carboy| amphora| bottle| jar| decanter| ewer| cruse| caraffe| crock|kit| canteen| flagon| demijohn| flask| flasket| stoup| noggin| vial|phial| cruet| caster| urn| epergne| salver| patella| tazza| patera| piggin| big gin| tyg| nipperkin| pocket pistol| tub| bucket| pail| skeel|pot| tankard| jug| pitcher| mug| pipkin| galipot| gallipot| matrass|receiver| retort| alembic| bolthead| capsule| can| kettle| bowl| basin|jorum| punch bowl| cup| goblet| chalice| tumbler| glass| rummer| horn|saucepan| skillet| posnet| tureen . / [laboratory vessels for liquids] beaker| flask| Erlenmeyer flask|Florence flask| round-bottom flask| graduated cylinder| test tube|culture tube| pipette| Pasteur pipette| disposable pipette| syringe|vial| carboy| vacuum flask| Petri dish| microtiter tray| centrifugetube . / bail| beaker| billy| canakin| catch basin| catch drain| chatti|lota| mussuk| schooner [U . / S]| spider| terrine| toby| urceus . / plate| platter| dish| trencher| calabash| porringer| potager|saucer| pan| crucible| glassware| tableware| vitrics . / compote| gravy boat| creamer| sugar bowl| butter dish| mug|pitcher| punch bowl| chafing dish . / shovel| trowel| spoon| spatula| ladle| dipper| tablespoon| watchglass| thimble . / closet| commode| cupboard| cellaret| chiffonniere| locker| bin|bunker| buffet| press| clothespress| safe| sideboard| drawer| chest ofdrawers| chest on chest| highboy| lowboy| till| scrutoire| secretary|secretaire| davenport| bookcase| cabinet| canterbury| escritoire|etagere| vargueno| vitrine . / chamber| apartment| room| cabin| office| court| hall| atrium|suite of rooms| apartment [U . / S]| flat| story| saloon| salon| parlor|by-room| cubicle| presence chamber| sitting room| best room| keepingroom| drawing room| reception room| state room| gallery| cabinet|closet| pew| box| boudoir| adytum| sanctum| bedroom| dormitory|refectory| dining room| salle-a-manger| nursery| schoolroom| library|study| studio| billiard room| smoking room| den| stateroom| tablinum|tenement . / [room for defecation and urination] bath room| bathroom| toilet|lavatory| powder room| john| jakes| necessary| loo| [in public places]men`s room| ladies` room| rest room| [fixtures] (uncleanness) . / attic| loft| garret| cockloft| clerestory| cellar| vault| hold|cockpit| cubbyhole| cook house| entre-sol| mezzanine floor| groundfloor| rez-de-chaussee| basement| kitchen| pantry| bawarchi-khana|scullery| offices| storeroom (depository) | lumber room| dairy|laundry . / coach house| garage| hangar| outhouse| penthouse| leato . / portico| porch| stoop| stope| veranda| patio| lanai| terrace|deck| lobby| court| courtyard| hall| vestibule| corridor| passage|breezeway| ante room| ante chamber| lounge| piazza| veranda . / conservatory| greenhouse| bower| arbor| summerhouse| alcove|grotto| hermitage . / lodging (abode) | bed (support) | carriage (vehicle) . / capsular| saccular| sacculated| recipient| ventricular| cystic|vascular| vesicular| cellular| camerated| locular| multilocular|polygastric| marsupial| siliquose| siliquous . / Size size| magnitude| dimension| bulk| volume| largeness | greatness (of quantity) | expanse (space) | amplitude|mass| proportions . / capacity| tonnage| tunnage| cordage| caliber| scantling . / turgidity (expansion) | corpulence| obesity| plumpness | embonpoint| corporation| flesh and blood| lustihood . / hugeness | enormity| immensity| monstrosity . / giant| Brobdingnagian| Antaeus| Goliath| Gog and Magog| Gargantua|monster| mammoth| Cyclops| cachalot| whale| porpoise| behemoth|leviathan| elephant| hippopotamus| colossus| tun| cord| lump| bulk|block| loaf| mass| swad| clod| nugget| bushel| thumper| whooper|spanker| strapper| Triton among the minnows [Coriolanus] . / mountain| mound| heap (assemblage) . / largest portion | full size| life size . / be large | become large (expand) . / large| big| great (in quantity) | considerable| bulky|voluminous| ample| massive| massy| capacious| comprehensive| spacious | mighty| towering| fine| magnificent . / corpulent| stout| fat| obese| plump| squab| full| lusty|strapping| bouncing| portly| burly| well-fed| full-grown| corn fed|gram fed| stalwart| brawny| fleshy| goodly| in good case| in goodcondition| in condition| chopping| jolly| chub faced| chubby faced . / lubberly| hulky| unwieldy| lumpish| gaunt| spanking| whacking|whopping| walloping| thumping| thundering| hulking| overgrown| puffy (swollen) . / huge| immense| enormous| mighty| vast| vasty| amplitudinous|stupendous| monster| monstrous| humongous| monumental| elephantine|jumbo| mammoth| gigantic| gigantean| giant| giant like| titanic|prodigious| colossal| Cyclopean| Brobdingnagian| Bunyanesque|Herculean| Gargantuan| infinite . / large as life| plump as a dumpling| plump as a partridge| fat as apig| fat as a quail| fat as butter| fat as brawn| fat as bacon . / immeasurable| unfathomable| unplumbed| inconceivable|unimaginable| unheard-of . / of cosmic proportions| of epic proportions| the mother of all| tehgranddaddy of all . / Littleness littleness | smallness (of quantity)| exiguity| inextension| parvitude| parvity| duodecimo| Elzeviredition| epitome| microcosm| rudiment| vanishing point| thinness dwarf| pygmy| pigmy| Liliputian| chit| pigwidgeon| urchin| elf|atomy| dandiprat| doll| puppet| Tom Thumb| Hop-o`-my-thumb| manikin|mannikin| homunculus| dapperling| cock-sparrow . / animalcule| monad| mite| insect| emmet| fly| midge| gnat| shrimp|minnow| worm| maggot| entozoon| bacteria| infusoria| microzoa[Micro]| phytozoaria| microbe| grub| tit| tomtit| runt| mouse| smallfry| millet seed| mustard seed| barleycorn| pebble| grain of sand|molehill| button| bubble . / point| atom (small quantity) | fragment (small part) |powder | point of a pin| mathematical point| minutiae (unimportance) . / micrometer| vernier| scale . / microphotography| photomicrography| micrography| photomicrograph|microphotograph| microscopy| microscope (optical instruments) . / be little | lie in a nutshell| become small (decrease) |(contract) . / little| small (in quantity) | minute| diminutive|microscopic| microzoal| inconsiderable (unimportant) | exiguous|puny| tiny| wee| petty| minikin| miniature| pygmy| pigmy| elfin|undersized| dwarf| dwarfed| dwarfish| spare| stunted| limited| cramp|cramped| pollard| Liliputian| dapper| pocket| portative| portable|duodecimo| dumpy| squat| short . / impalpable| intangible| evanescent| imperceptible| invisible|inappreciable| insignificant| inconsiderable| trivial| infinitesimal|homoeopathic| atomic| subatomic| corpuscular| molecular| rudimentary|rudimental| embryonic| vestigial . / weazen| scant| scraggy| scrubby| thin (narrow) | granular (powdery) | shrunk | brevipennate . / in a small compass| in a nutshell| on a small scale| minutely|microscopically . / Expansion expansion| increase of size | enlargement|extension| augmentation| amplification| ampliation| aggrandizement|spread| increment| growth| development| pullulation| swell| dilation|rarefaction| turgescence| turgidness| turgidity| dispansion| obesity (size) | hydrocephalus| hydrophthalmus [Med]| dropsy|tumefaction| intumescence| swelling| tumor| diastole| distension|puffing| puffiness| inflation| pandiculation . / dilatability| expansibility . / germination| growth| upgrowth| accretion | budding|gemmation . / overgrowth| overdistension| hypertrophy| tympany . / bulb (convexity) | plumper| superiority of size . / [expansion of the universe] big bang| Hubble constant . / become larger (large) | expand| widen| enlarge| extend|grow| increase| incrassate| swell| gather| fill out| deploy| take openorder| dilate| stretch| distend| spread| mantle| wax| grow up| springup| bud| bourgeon [Fr-]| shoot| sprout| germinate| put forth| vegetate|pullulate| open| burst forth| gain flesh| gather flesh| outgrow| spreadlike wildfire| overrun . / be larger than| surpass (be superior) . / render larger (large) | expand| spread| extend|aggrandize| distend| develop| amplify| spread out| widen| magnify|rarefy| inflate| puff| blow up| stuff| pad| cram| exaggerate| fatten . / expanded| larger| (large) | swollen| expansive|wide open| wide spread| flabelliform| overgrown| exaggerated| bloated|fat| turgid| tumid| hypertrophied| dropsical| pot bellied| swagbellied| edematous| oedematous| obese| puffy| pursy| blowzy|bigswoln| distended| patulous| bulbous (convex) | full blown|full grown| full formed| big | abdominous| enchymatous|rhipidate| tumefacient| tumefying . / Contraction contraction| reduction| diminution| decrease ofsize | defalcation| decrement| lessening| shrinking compaction| tabes| collapse| emaciation| attenuation| tabefaction|consumption| marasmus| atrophy| systole| neck| hourglass . / condensation| compression| compactness| compendium |squeezing strangulation| corrugation| astringency| astringents|sclerotics| contractility| compressibility| coarctation . / inferiority in size . / become small| become smaller| lessen| decrease | grow less|dwindle| shrink| contract| narrow| shrivel| collapse| wither| loseflesh| wizen| fall away| waste| wane| ebb| decay (deteriorate) . / be smaller than| fall short of| not come up to (be inferior) render smaller| lessen| diminish| contract| draw in| narrow|coarctate| boil down| constrict| constringe| condense| compress|squeeze| corrugate| crimp| crunch| crush| crumple up| warp| purse up|pack| squeeze| stow| pinch| tighten| strangle| cramp| dwarf| bedwarf|shorten | circumscribe | restrain . / [reduce in size by abrasion or paring] (subtraction) abrade|pare| reduce| attenuate| rub down| scrape| file| file down| grind|grind down| chip| shave| shear| wear down . / contracting astringent| shrunk| contracted strangulated| tabid| wizened| stunted| waning neap| compact . / unexpanded (expand) [Obs]| contractile| compressible|smaller (small) . / Distance distance| space | remoteness| farness| far-cry to| longinquity| elongation| offing| background| remote region|removedness| parallax| reach| span| stride . / outpost| outskirt| horizon| aphelion| foreign parts| ultima Thule[Lat-]| ne plus ultra [Lat-]| antipodes| long range| giant`s stride . / dispersion . / [units of distance] length . / cosmic distance| light-years . / be distant | extend to| stretch to| reach to| spread to| goto| get to| stretch away to| range . / remain at a distance| keep away| keep off| keep aloof| keep clearof| stand away| stand off| stand aloof| stand clear of| stay away| keepone`s distance . / distance| distance oneself from . / distant| far off| far away| remote| telescopic| distal| wide of|stretching to yon| yonder| ulterior| transmarine| transpontine|transatlantic| transalpine| tramontane| ultramontane| ultramundane|hyperborean| antipodean| inaccessible| out of the way| unapproached|unapproachable| incontiguous . / far off| far away| afar| afar off| off| away| a long way off| agreat way off| a good way off| wide away| aloof| wide of| clear of| outof the way| out of reach| abroad| yonder| farther| further| beyond|outre mer [Fr-]| over the border| far and wide| over the hills and faraway [Gay]| from pole to pole (over great space) | to theuttermost parts| to the ends of the earth| out of hearing| nobody knowswhere| a perte de vue [Fr-]| out of the sphere of| wide of the mark| afar cry to . / apart| asunder| wide apart| wide asunder| longo intervallo [Italian]|at arm`s length . / distance lends enchantment [Campbell]| it`s a long long way toTipperary| out of sight| out of mind . / Nearness nearness | proximity| propinquity| vicinity|vicinage| neighborhood| adjacency| contiguity . / short distance| short step| short cut| earshot| close quarters|stone`s throw| bow shot| gun shot| pistol shot| hair`s breadth| span . / purlieus| neighborhood| vicinage| environs| alentours [Fr-]|suburbs| confines| banlieue| borderland| whereabouts . / bystander| neighbor| borderer . / approach | convergence | perihelion . / be near | adjoin| hang about| trench on| border upon| vergeupon| stand by| approximate| tread on the heels of| cling to| clasp|hug| huddle| hang upon the skirts of| hover over| burn . / touch | bring near| draw near | converge | crowd | place side by side . / near| nigh| close at hand| near at hand| close| neighboring|bordering upon| contiguous| adjacent| adjoining| proximate| proximal|at hand| handy| near the mark| near run| home| intimate . / near| nigh| hard by| fast by| close to| close upon| hard upon| atthe point of| next door to| within reach| within call| within hearing|within earshot| within an ace of| but a step| not far from| at no greatdistance| on the verge of| on the brink of| on the skirts of| in theenvirons n . / | at one`s door| at one`s feet| at one`s elbow| at one`sfinger`s end| at one`s side| on the tip of one`s tongue| under one`snose| within a stone`s throw n . / | in sight of| in presence of| atclose quarters| cheek by jole| cheek by jowl| beside| alongside| sideby side| tete-a-tete| in juxtaposition (touching) | yardarm toyardarm| at the heels of| on the confines of| at the threshold|bordering upon| verging to| in the way . / about| hereabouts| thereabouts| roughly| in round numbers|approximately| approximatively| as good as| well-nigh . / Interval interval| interspace| separation | break| gap|opening| hole | chasm| hiatus| caesura| interruption|interregnum| interstice| lacuna| cleft| mesh| crevice| chink| rime|creek| cranny| crack| chap| slit| fissure| scissure| rift| flaw|breach| rent| gash| cut| leak| dike| ha-ha . / gorge| defile| ravine| canon| crevasse| abyss| abysm| gulf| inlet|frith| strait| gully| pass| furrow | abra| barranca| barranco|clove [U . / S]| gulch [U . / S]| notch [U . / S]| yawning gulf| hiatus maxime[Lat-]| hiatus valde deflendus [Lat-]| parenthesis (interjacence) [Obs]| void (absence) | incompleteness . / [interval of time] period | interim (time) . / gape (open) . / with an interval| far between| breachy| rimose| rimulose . / at intervals (discontinuously) | longo intervallo [Italian] . / Contiguity contiguity| contact| proximity| apposition|abuttal| juxtaposition| abutment| osculation| meeting| appulse|rencontre| rencounter| syzygy [Astr]| coincidence| coexistence|adhesion | touching (touch) . / borderland| frontier (limit) | tangent| abutter . / be contiguous | join| adjoin| abut on| march with| graze|touch| meet| osculate| come in contact| coincide| coexist| adhere [cause to be contiguous] juxtapose| contact| join (unite) | link(vinculum) . / contiguous| touching in contact n . / | conterminous| end toend| osculatory| pertingent| tangential . / hand to hand| close to (near) | with no interval . / LINEAR DIMENSIONS Length length| longitude| span| mileage| distance . / line| bar| rule| stripe| streak| spoke| radius . / lengthening prolongation| production| protraction| tension|tensure| extension . / [Measures of length] line| nail| inch| hand| palm| foot| cubit|yard| ell| fathom| rood| pole| furlong| mile| league| chain| link|arpent| handbreadth| jornada [U . / S]| kos| vara . / [astronomical units of distance] astronomical unit| AU| light-year| parsec . / [metric units of length] nanometer| nm| micron| micrometer|millimicron| millimeter| mm| centimeter| cm| meter| kilometer| km . / pedometer| perambulator| scale (measurement) . / be long | stretch out| sprawl| extend to| reach to| stretchto| make a long arm| drag its slow length along . / render long | lengthen| extend| elongate| stretch| prolong|produce| protract| let out| draw out| spin out| drawl . / enfilade| look along| view in perspective . / distend (expand) . / long| longsome| lengthy| wiredrawn| outstretched| lengthened sesquipedalian (words) | interminable| no end of|macrocolous . / linear| lineal| longitudinal| oblong . / as long as my arm| as long as today and tomorrow| unshortened (shorten) [Obs] . / lengthwise| at length| longitudinally| endlong| along| tandem| ina line (continuously) | in perspective . / from end to end| from stem to stern| from head to foot| from thecrown of the head to the sole of the foot| from top to toe| fore andaft . / Shortness shortness | brevity| littleness | aspan . / shortening abbreviation| abbreviature| abridgment|concision| retrenchment| curtailment| decurtation| reduction (contraction) | epitome (compendium) . / elision| ellipsis| conciseness (in style) . / abridger| epitomist| epitomizer . / be short | render short | shorten| curtail| abridge|abbreviate| take in| reduce| compress (contract) | epitomize retrench| cut short| obtruncate| scrimp| cut| chop up| hack| hew|cut down| pare down| clip| dock| lop| prune| shear| shave| mow| reap|crop| snub| truncate| pollard| stunt| nip| check the growth of|foreshorten (in drawing) . / short| brief| curt| compendious| compact| stubby| scrimp| shorn|stubbed| stumpy| thickset| pug| chunky [U . / S]| decurtate| retrousse|stocky| squab| squabby| squat| dumpy| little | curtailed of itsfair proportions| short by| oblate| concise | summary . / shortly | in short (concisely) . / Breadth| Thickness| breadth| width| latitude| amplitude|diameter| bore| caliber| radius| superficial extent (space) . / thickness| crassitude| corpulence (size) | dilation (expansion) . / be broad | become broad| render broad | expand |thicken| widen| calibrate . / broad| wide| ample| extended| discous| fanlike| outspread|outstretched| wide as a church-door [Romeo and Juliet]| latifoliate|latifolous . / thick| dumpy| squab| squat| thickset| thick as a rope . / Narrowness . / Thinness narrowness | closeness| exility|exiguity (little) . / line| hair`s breadth| finger`s breadth| strip| streak| vein . / monolayer| epitaxial deposition [Eng] . / thinness | tenuity| emaciation| macilency| marcor . / shaving| slip (filament) | thread paper| skeleton| shadow|anatomy| spindleshanks| lantern jaws| mere skin and bone . / middle constriction| stricture| neck| waist| isthmus| wasp|hourglass| ridge| ghaut| ghat| pass| ravine . / narrowing| coarctation| angustation| tapering| contraction be narrow | narrow| taper| contract | render narrow | waste away . / narrow| close| slender| thin| fine| thread-like (filament) |finespun| gossamer| paper-thin| taper| slim| slight-made| scant|scanty| spare| delicate| incapacious| contracted | unexpanded (expand) [Obs]| slender as a thread . / [in reference to people or animals] emaciated| lean| meager|gaunt| macilent| lank| lanky| weedy| skinny| scrawny slinky [U . / S]|starved| starveling| herring gutted| worn to a shadow| lean as a rake[Chaucer]| thin as a lath| thin as a whipping post| thin as a wafer|hatchet-faced| lanterjawed . / attenuated| shriveled| extenuated| tabid| marcid| barebone|rawboned . / monomolecular . / Layer layer| stratum| strata| course| bed| zone| substratum|substrata| floor| flag| stage| story| tier| slab| escarpment| table|tablet| dess| flagstone| board| plank| trencher| platter . / plate| lamina| lamella| sheet| foil| wafer| scale| flake| peel|coat| pellicle| membrane| film| leaf| slice| shive| cut| rasher|shaving| integument (covering) | eschar . / stratification| scaliness| nest of boxes| coats of an onion . / monolayer| bilayer| trilayer [Bioch] . / slice| shave| pare| peel| delaminate| plate| coat| veneer| cover lamellar| lamellated| lamelliform| layered| laminated|laminiferous| micaceous| schistose| schistous| scaly| filmy|membranous| pellicular| flaky| squamous [Anat]| foliated| foliaceous|stratified| stratiform| tabular| discoid| spathic| spathose . / trilamellar . / graphitic . / Filament filament| line| fiber| fibril| funicle| vein| hair|capillament| cilium| cilia| pilus| pili| tendril| gossamer| hairstroke| veinlet| venula| venule . / wire| string| thread| packthread| cotton| sewing silk| twine|twist| whipcord| tape| ribbon| cord| rope| yarn| hemp| oakum| jute . / strip| shred| slip| spill| list| band| fillet| fascia| ribbon|riband| roll| lath| splinter| shiver| shaving . / beard (roughness) | ramification| strand . / filamentous| filamentiferous| filaceous| filiform| fibrous|fibrillous| thread-like| wiry| stringy| ropy| capillary| capilliform|funicular| wire-drawn| anguilliform| flagelliform| hairy (rough)| taeniate| taeniform| taenioid| venose| venous . / Height height| altitude| elevation| eminence| pitch|loftiness | sublimity . / tallness | stature| procerity| prominence . / colossus (size) | giant| grenadier| giraffe| camelopard . / mount| mountain| hill alto| butte [U . / S]| monticle| fell| knap|cape| headland| foreland| promontory| ridge| hog`s back| dune| risingground| vantage ground| down| moor| moorland| Alp| uplands| highlands|heights (summit) | knob| loma| pena [U . / S]| picacho| tump|knoll| hummock| hillock| barrow| mound| mole| steeps| bluff| cliff|craig| tor| peak| pike| clough| escarpment| edge| ledge| brae| dizzyheight . / tower| pillar| column| obelisk| monument| steeple| spire| minaret|campanile| turret| dome| cupola| skyscraper . / pole| pikestaff| maypole| flagstaff| top mast| topgallant mast . / ceiling (covering) . / high water| high tide| flood tide| spring tide . / altimetry (angel) [Obs]| batophobia . / satellite| spy-ithe-sky . / be high | tower| soar| command| hover| hover over| fly over|orbit| be in orbit| cap| culminate| overhang| hang over| impend|beetle| bestride| ride| mount| perch| surmount| cover | overtop (be superior) | stand on tiptoe . / become high | grow higher| grow taller| upgrow| rise (ascend) | send into orbit . / render high | heighten (elevate) . / high| elevated| eminent| exalted| lofty| tall| gigantic (big)| Patagonian| towering| beetling| soaring| hanging (gardens)|elevated | upper| highest (topmost) | high reaching|insessorial| perching . / upland| moorland| hilly| knobby [U . / S]| mountainous| alpine|subalpine| heaven kissing| cloudtopt| cloudcapt| cloudtouching|aerial . / overhanging incumbent| overlying| superincumbent|supernatant| superimposed| prominent v . / . / tall as a maypole| tall as a poplar| tall as a steeple| lanky (thin) . / on high| high up| aloft| up| above| aloof| overhead| airwind|upstairs| abovestairs| in the clouds| on tiptoe| on stilts| on theshoulders of| over head and ears| breast high . / over| upwards| from top to bottom (completely) . / e meglio cader dalle finistre che dal tetto [Italian] . / Lowness lowness | debasement| depression| prostration (horizontal) | depression (concave) . / molehill| lowlands| basement floor| ground floor| rez de chaussee[Fr-]| cellar| hold| bilge| feet| heels . / low water| low tide| ebb tide| neap tide| spring tide . / be low | lie low| lie flat| underlie| crouch| slouch| wallow|grovel| lower (depress) . / low| neap| debased| nether| nether most| flat| level with theground| lying low crouched| subjacent| squat| prostrate (horizontal) . / under| beneath| underneath| below| downwards| adown| at the footof| under foot| under ground| down stairs| below stairs| at a low ebb|below par . / Depth depth| deepness | profundity| depression (concavity) . / hollow| pit| shaft| well| crater| gulf | bowels of theearth| botttomless pit| hell . / soundings| depth of water| water| draught| submersion| plummet|sound| probe| sounding rod| sounding line| lead . / bathymetry . / [instrument to measure depth] sonar| side-looking sonar|bathometer . / be deep | render deep | deepen . / plunge | sound| fathom| plumb| cast the lead| heave thelead| take soundings| make soundings| dig (excavate) . / deep| deep seated| profound| sunk| buried| submerged |subaqueous| submarine| subterranean| subterraneous| subterrene|underground . / bottomless| soundless| fathomless| unfathomed| unfathomable|abysmal| deep as a well| bathycolpian| benthal| benthopelagic|downreaching| yawning . / knee deep| ankle deep . / beyond one`s depth| out of one`s depth| over head and ears| marktwine| mark twain . / Shallowness shallowness | shoals| mere scratch . / shallow| slight| superficial| skin deep| ankle deep| knee deep|just enough to wet one`s feet| shoal| shoaly . / Summit summit| summity| top| peak| vertex| apex| zenith|pinnacle| acme| culmination| meridian| utmost height| ne plus utra|height| pitch| maximum| climax| culminating point| crowning point|turning point| turn of the tide| fountain head| water shed| waterparting| sky| pole . / tip| tip top| crest| crow`s nest| cap| truck| nib| end |crown| brow| head| nob| noddle| pate| capsheaf . / high places| heights . / topgallant mast| sky scraper| quarter deck| hurricane deck . / architrave| frieze| cornice| coping stone| zoophorus| capital|epistyle| sconce| pediment| entablature| tympanum| ceiling (covering) . / attic| loft| garret| house top| upper story . / [metaphorical use] summit conference| summit| peak of achievement|peak of performance| peaks and troughs| peaks and valleys (in graphs) . / culminate| crown| top| overtop (be superior to) . / highest (high) | top| top most| upper most| tiptop|culminating meridian| meridional| capital| head| polar| supreme|supernal| topgallant . / atop| at the top of the tree . / en flute| fleur deau [Fr-] . / Base base| basement| plinth| dado| wainscot| baseboard|mopboard| bedrock| hardpan [U . / S]| foundation (support) |substructure| substratum| ground| earth| pavement| floor| paving| flag|carped| ground floor| deck| footing| ground work| basis| hold| bilge . / bottom| nadir| foot| sole| toe| hoof| keel| root| centerboard . / bottom| undermost| nethermost| fundamental| founded on| based on|grounded on| built on . / Verticality verticality| erectness | perpendicularity . / | right angle| normal| azimuth circle . / wall| precipice| cliff . / elevation| erection| square| plumb line| plummet . / be vertical | stand up| stand on end| stand erect| standupright| stick up| cock up . / render vertical | set up| stick up| raise up| cock up|erect| rear| raise on its legs . / vertical| upright| erect| perpendicular| plumb| normal| straight|bolt| upright| rampant| standing up rectangular| orthogonal . / vertically | up| on end| up on end| right on end| a plomb[Fr-]| endwise| one one`s legs| at right angles . / Horizontality horizontality| flatness| level| plane| stratum | dead level| dead flat| level plane . / recumbency| lying down reclination| decumbence|decumbency| discumbency| proneness | accubation| supination|resupination| prostration| azimuth . / plain| floor| platform| bowling green| cricket ground| croquetground| croquet lawn| billiard table| terrace| estrade| esplanade|parterre . / [flat land area] table land| plateau| ledge| butte| mesa (plain) [instrument to measure horizontality] level| spirit level . / be horizontal | lie| recline| couch| lie down| lie flat| lieprostrate| sprawl| loll| sit down . / render horizontal | lay down| lay out| level| flatten|prostrate| knock down| floor| fell . / horizontal| level| even| plane| flat | flat as a billiardtable| flat as a bowling green| alluvial| calm| calm as a mill pond|smooth| smooth as glass . / recumbent| decumbent| procumbent| accumbent| lying prone|supine| couchant| jacent| prostrate| recubant . / horizontally | on one`s back| on all fours| on its beamends . / Pendency pendency| dependency| suspension| hanging pedicel| pedicle| peduncle| tail| train| flap| skirt| pigtail| ponytail| pendulum| hangnail peg| knob| button| hook| nail| stud| ring|staple| tenterhook| fastening | spar| horse . / be pendent | hang| depend| swing| dangle| swag| daggle| flap|trail| flow| beetle . / suspend| hang| sling| hook up| hitch| fasten to| append . / pendent| pendulous| pensile| hanging beetling| juttingover| overhanging| projecting| dependent| suspended loose|flowing . / having a peduncle n . / | pedunculate| tailed| caudate . / Support support| ground| foundation| base| basis| terrafirma| bearing| fulcrum| bait [U . / S]| caudex crib| point d`appui [Fr-]|pou sto [Gr]| purchase footing| hold| locus standi [Lat-]| landingplace| landing stage| stage| platform| block| rest| resting place|groundwork| substratum| riprap| sustentation| subvention| floor (basement) . / supporter| aid | prop| stand| anvil| fulciment| cue rest|jigger| monkey| stay| shore| skid| rib| truss| bandage| sleeper|stirrup| stilts| shoe| sole| heel| splint| lap| bar| rod| boom| sprit|outrigger| ratlings . / staff| stick| crutch| alpenstock| baton| staddle| bourdon|cowlstaff| lathi| mahlstick . / post| pillar| shaft| thill| column| pilaster| pediment| pedicle|pedestal| plinth| shank| leg| socle| zocle| buttress| jamb| mullion|abutment| baluster| banister| stanchion| balustrade| headstone|upright| door post| jamb| door jamb . / frame| framework| scaffold| skeleton| beam| rafter| girder|lintel| joist| travis| trave| corner stone| summer| transom| rung|round| step| sill| angle rafter| hip rafter| cantilever| modillion|crown post| king post| vertebra . / columella| backbone| keystone| axle| axletree| axis| arch|mainstay . / trunnion| pivot| rowlock| peg (pendency) [Obs]| tiebeam (fastening) | thole pin . / board| ledge| shelf| hob| bracket| trevet| trivet| arbor| rack|mantel| mantle piece [Fr-]| mantleshelf| slab| console| counter|dresser| flange| corbel| table| trestle| shoulder| perch| horse| easel|desk| clotheshorse| hatrack| retable| teapoy . / seat| throne| dais| divan| musnud| chair| bench| form| stool|sofa| settee| stall| arm chair| easy chair| elbow chair| rocking chair|couch| fauteuil [Fr-]| woolsack| ottoman| settle| squab| bench|aparejo| faldstool| horn| long chair| long sleeve chair| morris chair|lamba chauki| lamba kursi| saddle| pannel| pillion| side saddle| packsaddle| pommel . / bed| berth| pallet| tester| crib| cot| hammock| shakedown|trucklebed| cradle| litter| stretcher| bedstead| four poster| Frenchbed| bunk| kip| palang| bedding| bichhona| mattress| paillasse|pillow| bolster| mat| rug| cushion . / footstool| hassock| tabouret| tripod| monopod . / Atlas| Persides| Atlantes| Caryatides| Hercules . / be supported | lie on| sit on| recline on| lean on| loll on| reston| stand on| step on| repose on| abut on| bear on| be based on |have at one`s back| bestride| bestraddle . / support| bear| carry| hold| sustain| shoulder| hold up| back up|bolster up| shore up| uphold| upbear| prop| under prop| under pin|under set| riprap| bandage . / give support| furnish support| afford support| supply support|lend support| give foundations| furnish foundations| affordfoundations| supply foundations| lend foundations| bottom| found| base|ground| imbed| embed . / maintain| keep on foot| aid . / supporting| supported fundamental| dorsigerous . / astride on| straddle . / Parallelism {ant . / a} parallelism| coextension| equidistance| similarity . / parallel| coextensive| equidistant . / alongside (laterally) . / Perpendicularity {ant . / } perpendicularity| orthogonality| verticality| . / be perpendicular| be orthogonal| intersect at right angles| berectangular| be at right angles to| intersect at degrees| have nocorrelation . / orthogonal| perpendicular| rectangular| uncorrelated . / Obliquity obliquity| inclination| slope| slant| crookedness | slopeness| leaning bevel| tilt| bias| list| twist|swag| cant| lurch| distortion | bend (curve) | tower ofPisa . / acclivity| rise| ascent| gradient| khudd| rising ground| hill|bank| declivity| downhill| dip| fall| devexity| gentle slope| rapidslope| easy ascent| easy descent| shelving beach| talus| monagne Russe[Fr-]| facilis descensus averni [Lat-] . / intersect| lack parallelism . / Inversion inversion| eversion| subversion| reversion|retroversion| introversion| contraposition [Obs]| contrariety | reversal| turn of the tide . / overturn| somersault| somerset| summerset| culbute| revulsion|pirouette . / transposition| transposal| anastrophy| metastasis| hyperbaton|anastrophe| hysteron proteron [Gr]| hypallage| synchysis| tmesis|parenthesis| metathesis| palindrome . / pronation and supination [Anat] . / be inverted | turn round| turn about| turn to the right about| goround| go about| go to the right about| wheel round| wheel about| wheelto the right about| turn over| go over| tilt over| topple over|capsize| turn turtle . / invert| subvert| retrovert| introvert| reverse| up turn| overturn| up set| over set| turn topsy turvy | culbuter| transpose|put the cart before the horse| turn the tables . / inverted wrong side out| wrong side up| inside out| upsidedown| bottom upwards| keel upwards| supine| on one`s head| topsy-turvy|sens dessus dessous [Fr-] . / inverse| reverse (contrary) | opposite . / top heavy . / inversely | hirdy-girdy| heels over head| head over heels . / Crossing crossing intersection| interdigitation|decussation| transversion| convolution | level crossing . / reticulation| network| inosculation| anastomosis| intertexture|mortise . / net| plexus| web| mesh| twill| skein| sleeve| felt| lace| wicker|mat| matting| plait| trellis| wattle| lattice| grating| grille|gridiron| tracery| fretwork| filigree| reticle| tissue| netting| mokes|rivulation . / cross| chain| wreath| braid| cat`s cradle| knot| entangle (disorder) . / [woven fabrics] cloth| linen| muslin| cambric cross| decussate| intersect| interlace| intertwine| intertwist|interweave| interdigitate| interlink . / twine| entwine| weave| inweave| twist| wreathe| anastomose [Med]|inosculate| dovetail| splice| link| lace| tat . / mat| plait| plat| braid| felt| twill| tangle| entangle| ravel|net| knot| dishevel| raddle . / crossing crossed| matted | transverse . / cross| cruciform| crucial| retiform| reticular| reticulated|areolar| cancellated| grated| barred| streaked| textile| crossbarred|cruciate| palmiped| secant| web-footed . / cross| thwart| athwart| transversely| at grade [U . / S]| crosswise . / CENTRICAL DIMENSIONS General . / Exteriority exteriority| outside| exterior| surface|superficies| skin (covering) | superstratum| disk| disc| face|facet| extrados . / excentricity| eccentricity| circumjacence [Obs] . / be exterior | lie around . / place exteriorly| place outwardly| place outside| put out| turnout . / exterior| external| outer most| outward| outlying| outside|outdoor| round about | extramural| extralimitary| extramundane . / superficial| skideep| frontal| discoid . / extraregarding| excentric| eccentric| outstanding| extrinsic | ecdemic [Med]| exomorphic . / externally | out| with out| over| outwards| ab extra| outof doors| extra muros [Lat-] . / in the open air| sub Jove| sub dio [Lat-]| a la belle etoile[Fr-]| al fresco . / Interiority interiority| inside| interior| interspace|subsoil| substratum| intrados . / contents | substance| pith| marrow| backbone (center)| heart| bosom| breast| abdomen| vitals| viscera| entrails| bowels|belly| intestines| guts| chitterings| womb| lap| penetralia [Lat-]|recesses| innermost recesses| cave (concavity) . / be inside | within . / place within| keep within|inclose (circumscribe) | intern| imbed (insert) . / interior| internal| inner| inside| inward| intraregarding| inmost|innermost| deep seated| gut| intestine| intestinal| inland|subcutaneous| abdominal| coeliac| endomorphic [Physio]| interstitial (interjacent) [Obs]| inwrought (intrinsic) | inclosed home| domestic| indoor| intramural| vernacular| endemic . / internally | inwards| within| in| inly| here in| there in|where in| ab intra| withinside| in doors| within doors| at home| in thebosom of one`s family . / Centrality centrality| centricalness| center| middle |focus . / core| kernel| nucleus| nucleolus| heart| pole axis| bull`s eye|nave| navel| umbilicus| backbone| marrow| pith| vertebra| vertebralcolumn| hotbed| concentration (convergence) | centralization|symmetry . / center of gravity| center of pressure| center of percussion|center of oscillation| center of buoyancy | metacenter . / be central | converge . / render central| centralize| concentrate| bring to a focus . / central| centrical| middle | azygous| axial| focal|umbilical| concentric| middlemost| rachidian| spinal| vertebral . / middle| midst| centrally . / Covering covering| cover| baldachin| baldachino| baldaquin|canopy| tilt| awning| tent| marquee| tente d`abri [Fr-]| umbrella|parasol| sunshade| veil (shade) | shield (defense) . / roof| ceiling| thatch| tile| pantile| pentile| tiling| slates|slating| leads| barrack [U . / S]| plafond| planchment [U . / S]| tiling|shed (abode) . / top| lid| covercle| door| operculum| bulkhead [U . / S] . / bandage| plaster| lint| wrapping| dossil| finger stall . / coverlet| counterpane| sheet| quilt| tarpaulin| blanket| rug|drugget| housing| antimacassar| eiderdown| numdah| pillowcase|pillowslip| linoleum| saddle cloth| blanket cloth| tidy| tilpah [U . / S]|apishamore [U . / S] . / integument| tegument| skin| pellicle| fleece| fell| fur| leather|shagreen| hide| pelt| peltry| cordwain| derm| robe| buffalo robe[U . / S]| cuticle| scarfskin| epidermis . / clothing | mask (concealment) . / peel| crust| bark| rind| cortex| husk| shell| coat| eggshell|glume . / capsule| sheath| sheathing| pod| cod| casing| case| theca|elytron| elytrum| involucrum [Lat-]| wrapping| wrapper| envelope|vesicle| corn husk| corn shuck [U . / S]| dermatology| conchology|testaceology . / inunction| incrustation| superimposition| superposition|obduction| scale (layer) . / [specific coverings] veneer| facing| overlay| plate| silver plate|gold plate| copper plate| engobe| ormolu| Sheffield plate| pavement|coating| paint| varnish (resin) . / | plating| barrel plating|anointing enamel| epitaxial deposition [Eng]| vapor deposition|ground| whitewash| plaster| spackel| stucco| compo| cerement| ointment (grease) . / cover| superpose| superimpose| overlay| overspread| wrap |encase| incase| face| case| veneer| pave| paper| tip| cap| bind|bulkhead| bulkhead in| clapboard [U . / S] . / coat| paint| varnish| pay| incrust| stucco| dab| plaster| tar|wash| besmear| bedaub| anoint| do over| gild| plate| japan| lacquer|lacker| enamel| whitewash| parget| lay it on thick . / overlie| overarch| endome| conceal . / [of aluminum] anodize . / [of steel] galvanize . / covering superimposed| overlaid| plated cutaneous|dermal| cortical| cuticular| tegumentary| skinny| scaly| squamous[Anat]| covered imbricated| loricated| armor plated| ironclad|under cover| cowled| cucullate| dermatoid| encuirassed| hooded|squamiferous| tectiform| vaginate . / Lining lining| inner coating| coating (covering) |stalactite| stalagmite . / filling| stuffing| wadding| padding . / wainscot| parietes [Lat-]| wall . / line| stuff| incrust| wad| pad| fill . / lined Clothing clothing| investment| covering | dress|raiment| drapery| costume| attire| guise| toilet| toilette| trim|habiliment| vesture| vestment| garment| garb| palliament| apparel|wardrobe| wearing apparel| clothes| things| underclothes . / array| tailoring| millinery| finery (ornament) | full dress (show) | garniture| theatrical properties . / outfit| equipment| trousseau| uniform| regimentals| continentals[U . / S]| canonicals | livery| gear| harness| turout|accouterment| caparison| suit| rigging| trappings| traps| slops| togs|toggery| day wear| night wear| zoot suit| designer clothes| masquerade . / dishabille| morning dress| undress . / kimono| lungi| shooting-coat| mufti| rags| tatters| old clothes|mourning| weeds| duds| slippers . / robe| tunic| paletot| habit| gown| coat| frock| blouse| toga|smock frock| claw coat| hammer coat| Prince Albert coat| sack coat|tuxedo coat| frock coat| dress coat| tail coat . / cloak| pall| mantle| mantlet mantua| shawl| pelisse| wrapper|veil| cape| tippet| kirtle| plaid| muffler| comforter| haik| huke|chlamys| mantilla| tabard| housing| horse cloth| burnoose| burnous|roquelaure| houppelande [Fr-]| surcoat| overcoat| great coat| surtout[Fr-]| spencer| mackintosh| waterproof| raincoat| ulster| P-coat|dreadnought| wraprascal| poncho| cardinal| pelerine| barbe| chudder|jubbah| oilskins| pajamas| pilot jacket| talma jacket| vest| jerkin|waistcoat| doublet| camisole| gabardine| farthingale| kilt| jupe|crinoline| bustle| panier| skirt| apron| pinafore| bloomer| bloomers|chaqueta| songtag [Germ-]| tablier . / pants| trousers| trowsers| breeches| pantaloons| inexpressibles|overalls| smalls| small clothes| shintiyan| shorts| jockey shorts|boxer shorts| tights| drawers| panties| unmentionables| knickers|knickerbockers| philibeg| fillibeg| pants suit| culottes| jeans| bluejeans| dungarees| denims . / [brand names for jeans] Levis| Calvin Klein| Calvins| Bonjour|Gloria Vanderbilt . / headdress| headgear| chapeau [Fr-]| crush hat| opera hat|kaffiyeh| sombrero| jam| tam-o-shanter| tarboosh| topi| sola topi[Lat-]| pagri| puggaree| cap| hat| beaver hat| coonskin cap| castor|bonnet| tile| wideawake| billycock| wimple| nightcap| mobcap|skullcap| hood| coif| capote| calash| kerchief| snood| babushka| head|coiffure| crown (circle) | chignon| pelt| wig| front| peruke|periwig| caftan| turban| fez| shako| csako| busby| kepi| forage cap|bearskin| baseball cap| fishing hat| helmet | mask| domino . / body clothes| linen| hickory shirt [U . / S]| shirt| sark| smock|shift| chemise| night gown| negligee| dressing gown| night shirt|bedgown| sac de nuit [Fr-] . / underclothes [underclothing]| underpants| undershirt| slip [forwomen]| brassiere| corset| stays| corsage| corset| corselet| bodice|girdle (circle) | stomacher| petticoat| panties| under waistcoat|jock [for men]| athletic supporter| jockstrap . / sweater| jersey| cardigan| turtleneck| pullover| sweater vest . / neckerchief| neckcloth| tie| ruff| collar| cravat| stock|handkerchief| scarf| bib| tucker| boa| cummerbund| rumal| rabat . / shoe| pump| boot| slipper| sandal| galoche| galoshes| patten|clog| sneakers| running shoes| hiking boots| high-low| Blucher boot|wellington boot| Hessian boot| jack boot| top boot| Balmoral| arctics|bootee| bootikin| brogan| chaparajos| chavar| chivarras| chivarros|gums [U . / S]| larrigan [U . / S]| rubbers| showshoe| stogy| veldtschoen[Germ-]| legging| buskin| greave| galligaskin| gamache| gamashes|moccasin| gambado| gaiter| spatterdash| brogue| antigropelos|stocking| hose| gaskins| trunk hose| sock| hosiery . / glove| gauntlet| mitten| cuff| wristband| sleeve . / swaddling cloth| baby linen| layette| ice wool| taffeta . / pocket handkerchief| hanky| hankie . / clothier| tailor| milliner| costumier| sempstress| snip|dressmaker| habitmaker| breechesmaker| shoemaker| Crispin| friseur[Fr-]| cordwainer| cobbler| hosier| hatter| draper| linen draper|haberdasher| mercer . / [underpants for babies] diaper| nappy [Brit]| disposable diaper|cloth diaper| [brand names for diapers]| Luvs Huggies . / invest| cover | envelope| lap| involve| inwrap| enwrap| wrap|fold up| wrap up| lap up| muffle up| overlap| sheath| swathe| swaddle|roll up in| circumvest . / vest| clothe| array| dress| dight| drape| robe| enrobe| attire|apparel| accounter| rig| fit out| deck (ornament) | perk| equip|harness| caparison . / wear| don| put on| huddle on| slip on| mantle . / invested habited| dighted| barbed| barded| clad| costume|shod| chausse [Fr-]| en grande tenue (show) [Fr-] . / sartorial . / the soul of this man is his clothes [All`s Well] . / Divestment divestment| taking off nudity| bareness | undress| dishabille | the altogether| nudation| denudation|decortication| depilation| excoriation| desquamation| molting|exfoliation| trichosis [Med] . / divest| uncover (cover) | denude| bare| strip| disfurnish|undress| disrobe (dress| enrobe) | uncoif| dismantle| put off|take off| cast off| doff| peel| pare| decorticate| excoriate| skin|scalp| flay| expose| lay open| exfoliate| molt| mew| cast the skin . / divested bare| naked| nude| undressed| undraped| denuded|exposed| in dishabille| bald| threadbare| ragged| callow| roofless . / in a state of nature| in nature`s garb| in the buff| in nativebuff| in birthday suit| in puris naturalibus [Lat-]| with nothing on|stark naked| stark raving naked [Joc]| bald as a coot| bare as theback of one`s hand| out at elbows| barefoot| bareback| barebacked|leafless| napless| hairless . / Circumjacence circumjacence| circumambience| environment|encompassment| atmosphere| medium| surroundings . / outpost| border (edge) | girdle (circumference) |outskirts| boulebards| suburbs| purlieus| precincts| faubourgs|environs| entourage| banlieue| neighborhood| vicinage| vicinity . / lie around | surround| beset| compass| encompass| environ|inclose| enclose| encircle| embrace| circumvent| lap| gird| belt|begird| engird| skirt| twine round| hem in (circumscribe) . / circumjacent| circumambient| circumfluent| ambient| surrounding circumferential| suburban . / around| about| without| on every side| on all sides| right andleft| all round| round about . / Interposition interposition| interjacence| intercurrence|intervenience| interlocation| interdigitation| interjection|interpolation| interlineation| interspersion| intercalation . / [interposition at a fine-grained level] interpenetration|permeation| infiltration . / [interposition by one person in another`s affairs| at theintervenor`s initiative] intervention| interference| intrusion|obtrusion| insinuation . / insertion | dovetailing| embolism . / intermediary| intermedium| go between| bodkin| intruder|interloper| parenthesis| episode| flyleaf . / partition| septum| diaphragm| midriff| dissepiment| party wall|panel| room divider . / halfway house . / lie between| come between| get between| intervene| slide in|interpenetrate| permeate . / put between| introduce| import| throw in| wedge in| edge in| jamin| worm in| foist in| run in| plow in| work in| interpose| interject|intercalate| interpolate| interline| interleave| intersperse|interweave| interlard| interdigitate| sandwich in| fit in| squeeze in|let in| dovetail| splice| mortise| insinuate| smuggle| infiltrate|ingrain . / interfere| put in an oar| thrust one`s nose in| intrude| obtrude|have a finger in the pie| introduce the thin end of the wedge| thrustin (insert) . / interjacent| intercurrent| intervenient| intervening v . / |intermediate| intermediary| intercalary| interstitial| embolismal . / parenthetical| episodic| mediterranean| intrusive| embosomed|merged . / between| betwixt| twixt| among| amongst| amid| amidst| mid| midst|in the thick of| betwixt and between| sandwich-wise| parenthetically|obiter dictum . / Circumscription circumscription| limitation| inclosure|confinement (restraint) | circumvallation| encincture| envelope . / container (receptacle) . / circumscribe| limit| bound| confine| inclose| surround |compass about| imprison (restrain) | hedge in| wall in| rail in|fence round| fence in| hedge round| picket| corral . / enfold| bury| encase| incase| pack up| enshrine| inclasp| wrap up (invest) | embay| embosom . / containment (inclusion) . / circumscribed begirt| lapt| buried in| immersed in|embosomed| in the bosom of| imbedded| encysted| mewed up| imprisoned | landlocked| in a ring fence . / Outline outline| circumference| perimeter| periphery| ambit|circuit| lines tournure| contour| profile| silhouette| bounds| coastline . / zone| belt| girth| band| baldric| zodiac| girdle| tyre [Brit]|cingle| clasp| girt| cordon (inclosure) | circlet| . / Edge edge| verge| brink| brow| brim| margin| border|confine| skirt| rim| flange| side| mouth| jaws| chops| chaps| fauces|lip| muzzle . / threshold| door| porch| portal (opening) | coast| shore . / frame| fringe| flounce| frill| list| trimming| edging| skirting|hem| selvedge| welt| furbelow| valance| gimp . / border| marginal| skirting| labial| labiated| marginated . / Inclosure inclosure| envelope| case (receptacle) |wrapper| girdle . / pen| fold| pen fold| in fold| sheep fold| paddock| pound| corral|yard| net| seine net . / wall| hedge| hedge row| espalier| fence (defense) | pale|paling| balustrade| rail| railing| quickset hedge| park paling|circumvallation| enceinte| ring fence . / barrier| barricade| gate| gateway| bent| dingle [U . / S]| door|hatch| cordon| prison . / dike| dyke| ditch| fosse| moat . / inclose| circumscribe . / Limit limit| boundary| bounds| confine| enclave| term|bourn| verge| curbstone| but| pale| reservation| termination| terminus|stint| frontier| precinct| marches| backwoods . / boundary line| landmark| line of demarcation| line ofcircumvallation| pillars of Hercules| Rubicon| turning point| ne plusultra [Lat-]| sluice| floodgate . / definite| conterminate| conterminable| terminal| frontier|bordering . / thus far| thus far and no further . / stick to the reservation| go beyond the pale . / Special Front front| fore| forepart| foreground| face| disk| disc|frontage| facade| proscenium| facia [Lat-]| frontispiece| anteriority|obverse (of a medal or coin) . / fore rank| front rank| van| vanguard| advanced guard| outpost|first line| scout . / brow| forehead| visage| physiognomy| phiz| countenance| mut[Slang]| rostrum| beak| bow| stem| prow| prore| jib . / pioneer (precursor) | metoposcopy . / be in front| stand in front | front| face| confront| bendforwards| come to the front| come to the fore . / fore| anterior| front| frontal . / before| in front| in the van| in advance| ahead| right ahead|forehead| foremost| in the foreground| in the lee of| before one`sface| before one`s eyes| face to face| vis-a-vis| front a front . / formosa muta commendatio est [Lat-] [Syrus]| frons est animi janua[Lat-] [Cicero]| Human face divine [Milton]| imago animi vultus estindices oculi [Lat-] [Cicero]| sea of upturned faces [Scott] . / Rear rear| back| posteriority| rear rank| rear guard|background| hinterland . / occiput [Anat]| nape| chine| heels| tail| rump| croup| buttock|posteriors| backside scut| breech| dorsum| loin| dorsal region| lumbarregion| hind quarters| aitchbone| natch| natch bone . / stern| poop| afterpart| heelpiece| crupper . / wake| train (sequence) . / reverse| other side of the shield . / be behind | fall astern| bend backwards| bring up the rear . / back| rear| hind| hinder| hindmost| hindermost| postern|posterior| dorsal| after| caudal| lumbar| mizzen| tergal . / behind| in the rear| in the background| behind one`s back| at theheels of| at the tail of| at the back of| back to back . / after| aft| abaft| astern| sternmost| aback| rearward . / ogni medaglia ha il suo rovescio [Italian]| the other side of the coin . / Laterality laterality| side| flank| quarter| lee| hand|cheek| jowl| jole| wing| profile| temple| parietes [Lat-]| loin|haunch| hip| beam . / gable| gable end| broadside| lee side . / points of the compass| East| Orient| Levant| West| orientation . / be on one side | flank| outflank| sidle| skirt| orientate . / lateral| sidelong| collateral| parietal| flanking| skirting|flanked| sideling . / many sided| multilateral| bilateral| trilateral| quadrilateral . / Eastern| orient| oriental| Levantine| Western| occidental|Hesperian . / sideways| sidelong| broadside on| on one side| abreast| alongside|beside| aside| by the side of| side by side| cheek by jowl (near)| to windward| to leeward| laterally | right and left| on herbeam ends . / his cheek the may of days outworn [Shakespeare] . / Contraposition contraposition| opposition| polarity|inversion | opposite side| reverse| inverse| counterpart|antipodes| opposite poles| North and South . / antonym| opposite (contrariety) . / be opposite | subtend . / opposite| reverse| inverse| converse| antipodal| subcontrary|fronting| facing| diametrically opposite . / Northern| septentrional| Boreal| arctic| Southern| Austral|antarctic . / over| over the way| over against| against| face to face| vis-a-vis| as poles asunder . / Dextrality dextrality| right| right hand| dexter| offside|starboard . / dextral| right-handed| dexter| dextrorsal| dextrorse|ambidextral| ambidextrous| dextro- . / dextrad| dextrally . / Sinistrality sinistrality| left| left hand| a gauche|sinister| nearside| larboard| port . / left-handed| sinister| sinistral| sinistrorsal| sinistrorse|sinistrous| laevo- [Pref] . / sinistrally| sinistrously . / Form form| figure| shape| conformation| configuration| make|formation| frame| construction| cut| set| build| trim| cut of one`sjib| stamp| type| cast| mold| fashion| contour (outline) |structure | plasmature . / feature| lineament| turn| phase (aspect) | posture|attitude| pose . / [Science of form] morphism . / [Similarity of form] isomorphism . / forming formation| figuration| efformation| sculpture|plasmation . / form| shape| figure| fashion| efform| carve| cut| chisel| hew| cast|rough hew| rough cast| sketch| block out| hammer out| trim| lick intoshape| put into shape| model| knead| work up into| set| mold|sculpture| cast| stamp| build (construct) . / formed [Receiving form] plastic| fictile| formative| fluid . / [Giving form] plasmic . / [Similar in form] isomorphous . / [taking several forms] pleomorphic| protean| changeable| . / [Absence of form] Amorphism amorphism| informity| unlickedcub| rudis indigestaque moles [Lat-]| disorder | deformity . / disfigurement| defacement| mutilation| deforming . / chaos| randomness (disorder) . / [taking form from surroundings] fluid . / deface [Destroy form]| disfigure| deform| mutilate| truncate|derange | blemish| mar . / shapeless| amorphous| formless| unformed| unhewn| unfashioned|unshaped| unshapen| rough| rude| Gothic| barbarous| rugged . / [Regularity of form] Symmetry symmetry| shapeliness|finish| beauty | proportion| eurythmy| uniformity| parallelism|bilateral symmetry| trilateral symmetry| multilateral symmetry|centrality . / arborescence| branching| ramification| arbor vitae . / symmetrical| shapely| well set| finished| beautiful |classic| chaste| severe . / regular| uniform| balanced| equal | parallel| coextensive . / arborescent| arboriform| dendriform| dendroid| branching|ramous| ramose| filiciform| filicoid| subarborescent|papilionaceous . / fuji-shaped| fujigata [Jap] . / [Irregularity of form] Distortion distortion| detortion|contortion| twist| crookedness (obliquity) | grimace| deformity|malformation| malconformation| harelip| monstrosity| misproportion|want of symmetry| anamorphosis| ugliness | talipes| teratology . / asymmetry| irregularity . / distort| contort| twist| warp| wrest| writhe| make faces| deform|misshape . / distorted out of shape| irregular| asymmetric| unsymmetric|awry| wry| askew| crooked| not true| not straight| on one side| crump|deformed| harelipped| misshapen| misbegotten| misproportioned| illproportioned| ill-made| grotesque| monstrous| crooked as a ram`s horn|camel backed| hump backed| hunch backed| bunch backed| crook backed|bandy| bandy legged| bow legged| bow kneed| knock kneed| splay footed|club footed| round shouldered| snub nosed| curtailed of one`s fairproportions| stumpy (short) | gaunt (thin) | bloated | scalene| simous| taliped| talipedic . / all manner of ways . / crooked as a Virginia fence [U . / S] . / SPECIAL FORM Angularity angularity| angularness| aduncity| angle| cusp|bend| fold | notch | fork| bifurcation . / elbow| knee| knuckle| ankle| groin| crotch| crutch| crane| fluke|scythe| sickle| zigzag| kimbo| akimbo . / corner| nook| recess| niche| oriel [Arch]| coign . / right angle (perpendicular) . / | | obliquity | angleof degrees| miter| acute angle| obtuse angle| salient angle|reentering angle| spherical angle . / angular measurement| angular elevation| angular distance| angularvelocity| trigonometry| goniometry| altimetry| clinometer|graphometer| goniometer| theodolite| sextant| quadrant| dichotomy . / triangle| trigon| wedge| rectangle| square| lozenge| diamond|rhomb| rhombus| quadrangle| quadrilateral| parallelogram| quadrature|polygon| pentagon| hexagon| heptagon| octagon| oxygon| decagon . / pyramid| cone . / Platonic bodies| cube| rhomboid| tetrahedron| pentahedron|hexahedron| octahedron| dodecahedron| icosahedron| eicosahedron| prism|pyramid| parallelopiped| curb roof| gambrel roof| mansard roof . / bend| fork| bifurcate| crinkle . / angular| bent| crooked| aduncous| uncinated| aquiline| jagged|serrated| falciform| falcated| furcated| forked| bifurcate| zigzag|furcular| hooked| dovetailed| knock kneed| crinkled| akimbo| kimbo|geniculated| oblique . / fusiform [Micro]| wedge-shaped| cuneiform| cuneate| multangular|oxygonal| triangular| trigonal| trilateral| quadrangular|quadrilateral| foursquare| rectangular| square| multilateral| polygonal n . / | cubical| rhomboid| rhomboidal| pyramidal . / Curvature curvature| curvity| curvation| incurvature|incurvity| incurvation| bend| flexure| flexion| flection| conflexure|crook| hook| bought| bending| deflection| deflexion| inflection|inflexion| concameration| arcuation| devexity| turn| deviation|detour| sweep| curl| curling| bough| recurvity| recurvation| sinuosity . / kink . / carve| arc| arch| arcade| vault| bow| crescent| half-moon| lunule|horseshoe| loop| crane neck| parabola| hyperbola| helix| spiral|catenary| festoon| conchoid| cardioid| caustic| tracery| archedceiling| arched roof| bay window| bow window . / sine curve| spline| spline curve| spline function| obliquity be curved| | curve| sweep| sway| swag| sag| deviate |curl| turn| reenter . / render curved | flex| bend| curve| incurvate| inflect|deflect| scatter [Phys]| refract (light) | crook| turn| round|arch| arcuate| arch over| concamerate| bow| curl| recurve| frizzle . / rotundity | convexity . / curved curviform| curvilineal| curvilinear| devex|devious| recurved| recurvous| crump| bowed vaulted| hooked|falciform| falcated| semicircular| crescentic| sinusoid [Geom]|parabolic| paraboloid| luniform| lunular| semilunar| conchoidal|helical| double helical| spiral| kinky| cordiform| cordated| cardioid|heart shaped| bell shaped| boat shaped| crescent shaped| lens shaped|moon shaped| oar shaped| shield shaped| sickle shaped| tongue shaped|pear shaped| fig shaped| kidney-shaped| reniform| lentiform|lenticular| bow-legged (distorted) | oblique | circular aduncated| arclike| arcuate| arched| beaked| bicorn| bicornuous|bicornute| clypeate| clypeiform| cymbiform| embowed| galeiform|hamate| hamiform| hamous| hooked| linguiform| lingulate| lobiform|lunate| navicular| peltate| remiform| rhamphoid| rostrate|rostriferous| rostroid| scutate| scaphoid| uncate| unguiculate|unguiform . / Straightness straightness| rectilinearity| directness|inflexibility (stiffness) | straight line| right line| directline| short cut . / be straight | have no turning| not incline to either side|not bend to either side| not turn to either side| not deviate to eitherside| go straight| steer for (directions) . / render straight| straighten| rectify| set straight| put straight|unbend| unfold| uncurl | unravel | unwrap . / straight| rectilinear| rectilineal| direct| even| right| true| ina line| unbent| virgate undeviating| unturned| undistorted|unswerving| straight as an arrow (direct) | inflexible . / laser-straight| ramrod-straight . / [Simple circularity] Circularity circularity| roundness|rotundity . / circle| circlet| ring| areola| hoop| roundlet| annulus| annulet|bracelet| armlet| ringlet| eye| loop| wheel| cycle| orb| orbit| rundle|zone| belt| cordon| band| contrate wheel| crown wheel| hub| nave| sash|girdle| cestus| cincture| baldric| fillet| fascia| wreath| garland|crown| corona| coronet| chaplet| snood| necklace| collar| noose| lasso|lassoo . / ellipse| oval| ovule| ellipsoid| cycloid| epicycloid [Geom]|epicycle| semicircle| quadrant| sextant| sector . / sphere . / make round | round . / go round| encircle | describe a circle . / round| rounded| circular| annular| orbicular| oval| ovate|elliptic| elliptical| egg-shaped| pear-shaped | cycloidal n . / |spherical . / I watched the little circles die [Tennyson] . / [Complex curvature] Convolution winding convolution|involution| circumvolution| wave| undulation| tortuosity|anfractuosity| sinuosity| sinuation| meandering| circuit|circumbendibus| twist| twirl| windings and turnings| ambages| torsion|inosculation| reticulation (crossing) | rivulation| roughness coil| roll| curl| buckle| spiral| helix| corkscrew| worm| volute|rundle| tendril| scollop| scallop| escalop| kink| ammonite|snakestone . / serpent| eel| maze| labyrinth . / knot . / be convoluted | wind| twine| turn and twist| twirl| wave|undulate| meander| inosculate| entwine| intwine| twist| coil| roll|wrinkle| curl| crisp| twill| frizzle| crimp| crape| indent| scollop|scallop| wring| intort| contort| wreathe (cross) . / convoluted| winding| twisted tortile| tortive| wavy|undated| undulatory| circling| snaky| snake-like| serpentine| serpent|anguill| vermiform| vermicular| mazy| tortuous| sinuous| flexuous|anfractuous| reclivate| rivulose| scolecoid| sigmoid| sigmoidal[Geom]| spiriferous| spiroid| involved| intricate| complicated|perplexed| labyrinth| labyrinthic| labyrinthian| labyrinthine|peristaltic| daedalian| kinky| knotted . / wreathy| frizzly| crepe| buckled| raveled (in disorder) . / spiral| coiled| helical| cochleate| cochleous| screw-shaped|turbinated| turbiniform . / in and out| round and round| a can of worms| Gordian knot . / Rotundity rotundity| roundness | cylindricity|sphericity| spheroidity| globosity . / cylinder| cylindroid| cylindrical| barrel| drum| roll| roller|rouleau| column| rolling-pin| rundle . / cone| conoid| pear shape| egg shape| bell shape . / sphere| globe| ball| boulder| bowlder| spheroid| ellipsoid| oblongspheroid| oblate spheroid| prolate spheroid| drop| spherule| globule|vesicle| bulb| bullet| pellet| pelote| clew| pill| marble| pea| knob|pommel| horn| knot (convolution) . / curved surface| hypersphere| hyperdimensional surface . / render spherical | form into a sphere| sphere| roll into aball| give rotundity n . / | round . / rotund| round (circular) | cylindric| cylindrical|cylindroid| columnar| lumbriciform| conic| conical| spherical|spheroidal| globular| globated| globous| globose| egg shaped| bellshaped| pear shaped| ovoid| oviform| gibbous| rixiform| campaniform|campanulate| campaniliform| fungiform| bead-like| moniliform|pyriform| bulbous| tres atque rotundus [Lat-]| round as an orange|round as an apple| round as a ball| round as a billiard ball| round asa cannon ball . / SUPERFICIAL FORM Convexity convexity| prominence| projection| swelling|gibbosity| bilge| bulge| protuberance| protrusion| camber| cahot[U . / S] . / thank-ye-ma`am [U . / S] . / swell . / intumescence| tumour [Brit]| tumor| tubercle| tuberosity [Anat]|excrescence| hump| hunch| bunch . / boss| embossment| hub| hubble| [convex body parts] tooth [U . / S]|knob| elbow| process| apophysis| condyle| bulb| node| nodule|nodosity| tongue| dorsum| bump| clump| sugar loaf (sharpness) |bow| mamelon| molar| belly| corporation| pot belly| gut [Coll]|withers| back| shoulder| lip| flange . / [convexities on skin] pimple| zit [Slang]| wen| wheel| papula[Med]| pustule| pock| proud flesh| growth| sarcoma| caruncle| corn|wart| pappiloma| furuncle| polypus| fungus| fungosity| exostosis|bleb| blister| blain| boil (disease) | airbubble| blob| papule|verruca . / [convex body parts on chest] papilla| nipple| teat| tit [Vulg]|titty [Vulg]| boob [Vulg]| knocker [Vulg]| pap| breast| dug|mammilla . / [prominent convexity on the face] proboscis| nose| neb| beak|snout| nozzle| schnoz [Coll] . / peg| button| stud| ridge| rib| jutty| trunnion| snag . / cupola| dome| arch| balcony| eaves| pilaster . / relief| relievo [Italian]| cameo| bassorilievo| mezzorilevo|altorivievo| low relief| bas relief [Fr-]| high relief . / hill (height) | cape| promontory| mull| forehead| foreland|point of land| mole| jetty| hummock| ledge| spur| naze| ness . / be prominent | project| bulge| protrude| pout| bouge [Fr-]|bunch| jut out| stand out| stick out| poke out| stick up| bristle up|start up| cock up| shoot up| swell over| hang over| bend over| beetle . / render prominent | raise | emboss| chase . / [become convex] belly out . / convex| prominent| protuberant| projecting bossed|embossed| bossy| nodular| bunchy| clavate| clavated| claviform|hummocky| moutonne| mammiliform| papulous| papilose| hemispheric|bulbous| bowed| arched| bold| bellied| tuberous| tuberculous| tumous|cornute| odontoid| lentiform| lenticular| gibbous| club shaped| hubby[U . / S]| hubbly [U . / S]| knobby| papillose| saddle-shaped| selliform|subclavate| torose| ventricose| verrucose . / salient| in relief| raised| repousse| bloated | (expanded) . / Flatness flatness | smoothness . / plane| level | plate| platter| table| tablet| slab . / render flat| flatten| level . / flat| plane| even| flush| scutiform| discoid| level (horizontal) | flat as a pancake| flat as a fluke| flat as aflounder| flat as a board| flat as my hand . / Concavity concavity| depression| dip| hollow| hollowness|indentation| intaglio| cavity| dent| dint| dimple| follicle| pit|sinus| alveolus| lacuna| excavation| strip mine| trough (furrow)| honeycomb . / cup| basin| crater| punch bowl| cell (receptacle) | socket . / valley| vale| dale| dell| dingle| combe| bottom| slade| strath|glade| grove| glen| cave| cavern| cove| grot| grotto| alcove| cul-de-sac| gully | arch (curve) | bay (of the sea) . / excavator| sapper| miner . / honeycomb (sponge) be concave | retire| cave in . / render concave | depress| hollow| scoop| scoop out| gouge|gouge out| dig| delve| excavate| dent| dint| mine| sap| undermine|burrow| tunnel| stave in . / depressed alveolate| calathiform| cup-shaped| dishing|favaginous| faveolate| favose| scyphiform| scyphose| concave|hollow| stove in| retiring| retreating| cavernous| porous (withholes) | infundibul| infundibular| infundibuliform| funnel shaped|bell shaped| campaniform| capsular| vaulted| arched . / a Sponge sponge| honeycomb| network| frit [Chem]| filter . / sieve| net| screen (opening) . / cellular| spongy| spongious| honeycombed| alveolar| sintered|porous (opening) . / Sharpness sharpness | acuity| acumination|spinosity . / point| spike| spine| spicule [Biol]| spiculum| needle| hypodermicneedle| tack| nail| pin| prick| prickle| spur| rowel| barb| spit| cusp|horn| antler| snag| tag thorn| bristle| Adam`s needle| bear grass[U . / S]| tine| yucca . / nib| tooth| tusk| spoke| cog| ratchet . / crag| crest| arete [Fr-]| cone peak| sugar loaf| pike| aiguille|spire| pyramid| steeple . / beard| chevaux de frise [Fr-]| porcupine| hedgehog| brier|bramble| thistle| comb| awn| beggar`s lice| bur| burr| catchweed|cleavers| clivers| goose| grass| hairif| hariff| flax comb| hackle|hatchel| heckle . / wedge| knife edge| cutting edge| blade| edge tool| cutlery| knife|penknife| whittle| razor| razor blade| safety razor| straight razor|electric razor| scalpel| bistoury| lancet| plowshare| coulter| colter|hatchet| ax| pickax| mattock| pick| adze| gill| billhook| cleaver|cutter| scythe| sickle| scissors| shears| pruning shears| cutters| wirecutters| nail clipper| paper cutter| sword (arms) | bodkin (perforator) | belduque| bowie knife| paring knife| bushwhacker[U . / S]| drawing knife| drawing shave| microtome [Micro]| chisel|screwdriver blade| flint blade| guillotine . / sharpener| hone| strop| grindstone| whetstone| novaculite| steel|emery . / be sharp | taper to a point| bristle with . / render sharp | sharpen| point| aculeate| whet| barb|spiculate| set| strop| grind| chip (flint) . / cut (sunder) . / sharp| keen| acute| acicular| aciform| aculeated| acuminated|pointed| tapering| conical| pyramidal| mucronate| mucronated| spindleshaped| needle shaped| spiked| spiky| ensiform| peaked| salient|cusped| cuspidate| cuspidated| cornute| cornuted| cornicultate|prickly| spiny| spinous| spicular| thorny| bristling| muricated|pectinated| studded| thistly| briary| craggy (rough) | snaggy|digitated| two-edged| fusiform [Micro]| dentiform| denticulated|toothed| odontoid| starlike| stellated| stelliform| sagittate|sagittiform| arrowheaded| arrowy| barbed| spurred . / acinaciform| apiculate| apiculated| aristate| awned| awny|bearded| calamiform| cone-shaped| coniform| crestate| echinate|gladiate| lanceolate| lanciform| awl| awl-shaped| lance-shaped| awl-shaped| scimitar-shaped| sword-shaped| setarious| spinuliferous|subulate| tetrahedral| xiphoid . / cutting| sharp edged| knife edged| sharp as a razor| keen as arazor| sharp as a needle| sharp as a tack| sharpened set Bluntness bluntness . / be blunt| render blunt | obtund| dull| take off the point|take off the edge| turn . / blunt| obtuse| dull| bluff| edentate| toothless . / Smoothness smoothness | polish| gloss| lubricity|lubrication . / [smooth materials] down| velvet| velure| silk| satin| velveteen|velour| velours| velumen| glass| ice . / slide| bowling green (level) | asphalt| wood pavement|flagstone| flags . / [objects used to smooth other objects] roller| steam roller| lawnroller| rolling pin| rolling mill| sand paper| emery paper| emerycloth| sander| flat iron| sad iron| burnisher| turpentine and beeswax|polish| shoe polish . / [art of cutting and polishing gemstones] lapidary . / [person who polishes gemstones] lapidary| lapidarian . / smooth| smoothen| plane| file| mow| shave| level| roll| macadamize|polish| burnish| calender| glaze| iron| hot-press| mangle| lubricate (oil) . / smooth| polished leiodermatous| slick| velutinous| even|level | plane (flat) | sleek| glossy| silken| silky|lanate| downy| velvety| glabrous| slippery| glassy| lubricous| oily|soft| unwrinkled| smooth as glass| smooth as ice| smooth as monumentalalabaster| smooth as velvet| smooth as oil| slippery as an eel| woolly (feathery) . / smooth as silk| slippery as coonshit on a pump handle| slippery asa greased pig . / Roughness roughness | tooth| grain| texture| ripple|asperity| rugosity| salebrosity| corrugation| nodosity| arborescence | pilosity . / brush| hair| beard| shag| mane| whisker| moustache| imperial|tress| lock| curl| ringlet| fimbriae| pili| cilia| villi| lovelock|beaucatcher| curl paper| goatee| papillote| scalp lock . / plumage| plumosity| plume| panache| crest| feather| tuft| fringe|toupee . / wool| velvet| plush| nap| pile| floss| fur| down| byssus| moss|bur| fluff . / knot (convolution) . / be rough | go against the grain . / render-rough | roughen| ruffle| crisp| crumple| corrugate|set on edge| stroke the wrong way| rumple . / rough| uneven| scabrous| scaly| knotted| rugged| rugose| rugous|knurly| asperous| crisp| salebrous| gnarled| unpolished| unsmooth|roughhewn| craggy| cragged| crankling| scraggy| prickly (sharp)| arborescent [Obs]| leafy| well-wooded| feathery| plumose|plumigerous| laciniate| laciniform| laciniose| pappose| pileous|pilose| trichogenous| trichoid [Med]| tufted| fimbriated| hairy|ciliated| filamentous| hirsute| crinose| crinite| bushy| hispid|villous| pappous| bearded| pilous| shaggy| shagged| fringed|befringed| setous| setose| setaceous| like quills upon the fretfulporcupine [Hamlet]| rough as a nutmeg grater| rough as a bear . / downy| velvety| flocculent| woolly| lanate| lanated| lanuginous|lanuginose| tomentose| fluffy . / against the grain . / cabello luengo y corto el seso [Spanish] . / Notch notch| dent| nick| cut| indent| indentation| dimple . / embrasure| battlement| machicolation| saw| tooth| crenelle|scallop| scollop| vandyke| depression| jag . / notch| nick| cut| dent| indent| jag| scarify| scotch| crimp|scallop| scollop| crenulate| vandyke . / notched crenate| crenated| dentate| dentated| denticulate|denticulated| toothed| palmated| serrated . / Fold fold| plicature| plait| pleat| ply| crease| tuck|gather| flexion| flexure| joint| elbow| double| doubling| duplicature|gather| wrinkle| rimple| crinkle| crankle| crumple| rumple| rivel|ruck| ruffle| dog`s ear| corrugation| frounce| flounce| lapel| pucker|crow`s feet| plication . / fold| double| plicate| plait| crease| wrinkle| crinkle| crankle|curl| cockle up| cocker| rimple| rumple| flute| frizzle| frounce|rivel| twill| corrugate| ruffle| crimple| crumple| pucker| turn down|double down| down under| tuck| ruck| hem| gather . / folded| fluted| pleated Furrow furrow| groove| rut| sulcus [Anat]| scratch| streak|striae| crack| score| incision| slit| chamfer| fluting| corduroy road|cradle hole . / channel| gutter| trench| ditch| dike| dyke| moat| fosse| trough|kennel| ravine (interval) | tajo [U . / S]| thank-ye-ma`am [U . / S] . / furrow n . / | flute| plow| incise| engrave| etch| bite in . / furrowed ribbed| striated| sulcated [Anat]| fluted|canaliculated| bisulcous| bisulcate| bisulcated| canaliferous|trisulcate| corduroy| unisulcate| costate| rimiform . / Opening hole| foramen| puncture| perforation| fontanel|transforation| pinhole| keyhole| loophole| porthole| peephole|mousehole| pigeonhole| eye of a needle| eyelet| slot . / opening| aperture| apertness| hiation| yawning| oscitancy|dehiscence| patefaction| pandiculation| chasm (interval) . / embrasure| window| casement| abatjour| light| sky light| fanlight| lattice| bay window| bow window| oriel [Arch]| dormer| lantern . / outlet| inlet| vent| vomitory| embouchure| orifice| mouth| sucker|muzzle| throat| gullet| weasand| wizen| nozzle| placket . / portal| porch| gate| ostiary| postern| wicket| trapdoor| hatch|door| arcade| cellarway| driveway| gateway| doorway| hatchway| gangway|lich gate . / way| path | thoroughfare| channel| passage| passageway|tube| pipe| water pipe | air pipe | vessel| tubule| canal|gut| fistula| adjutage| ajutage| ostium| smokestack| chimney| flue|tap| funnel| gully| tunnel| main| mine| pit| adit| shaft| gallery . / alley| aisle| glade| vista . / bore| caliber| pore| blind orifice| fulgurite| thundertube . / porousness| porosity . / sieve| cullender| colander| cribble| riddle| screen| honeycomb . / apertion| perforation| piercing terebration| empalement|pertusion| puncture| acupuncture| penetration . / key | opener| master key| password| combination| passe-partout . / open| ope| gape| yawn| bilge| fly open . / perforate| pierce| empierce| tap| bore| drill| mine (scoop out)| tunnel| transpierce| transfix| enfilade| impale| spike| spear|gore| spit| stab| pink| puncture| lance| stick| prick| riddle| punch|stave in . / cut a passage through| make way for| make room for . / uncover| unclose| unrip| lay open| cut open| rip open| throw open|pop open| blow open| pry open| tear open| pull open . / open| perforated perforate| wide open| ajar| unclosed|unstopped| oscitant| gaping| yawning| patent . / tubular| cannular| fistulous| pervious| permeable| foraminous|vesicular| vasicular| porous| follicular| cribriform| honeycombed|infundibular| riddled| tubulous| tubulated| piped| tubate . / opening aperient . / Int . / open sesame!| Closure closure| occlusion| blockade| shutting up obstruction (hindrance) | embolus| contraction |infarction| constipation| obstipation| blind alley| blind corner|keddah| cul-de-sac| caecum| imperforation| imperviousness |impermeability| stopper . / close| occlude| plug| block up| stop up| fill up| bung up| cork up|button up| stuff up| shut up| dam up| blockade| obstruct (hinder)| bar| bolt| stop| seal| plumb| choke| throttle| ram down| dam|cram| trap| clinch| put to the door| shut the door . / closed shut| operculated| unopened . / unpierced| imporous| caecal [Med]| closable| imperforate|impervious| impermeable| impenetrable| impassable| unpassable|invious| pathless| wayless| untrodden| untrod . / unventilated| air tight| water tight| hermetically sealed| tight|snug . / Perforator perforator| piercer| borer| auger| chisel|gimlet| stylet| drill| wimble| awl| bradawl| scoop| terrier|corkscrew| dibble| trocar [Med]| trepan| probe| bodkin| needle|stiletto| rimer| warder| lancet| punch| puncheon| spikebit| gouge|spear (weapon) | puncher| punching machine| punching press| punchpliers . / Stopper stopper| stopple| plug| cork| bung| spike| spill|stopcock| tap| rammer| ram| ramrod| piston| stop-gap| wadding|stuffing| padding| stopping| dossil| pledget| tompion| tourniquet . / cover | valve| vent peg| spigot| slide valve . / janitor| doorkeeper| porter| warder| beadle| cerberus| ostiary . / [Successive change of place] Motion motion| movement| move|going unrest . / stream| flow| flux| run| course| stir| evolution| kinematics|telekinesis . / step| rate| pace| tread| stride| gait| port| footfall| cadence|carriage| velocity| angular velocity| clip| progress| locomotion|journey | voyage | transit . / restlessness (changeableness) | mobility| movableness|motive power| laws of motion| mobilization . / be in motion | move| go| hie| gang| budge| stir| pass| flit|hover about| hover round| hover about| shift| slide| glide| roll| rollon| flow| stream| run| drift| sweep along| wander (deviate) |walk | change one`s place| shift one`s place| change one`squarters| shift one`s quarters| dodge| keep going| keep moving| put inmotion| set in motion| move| impel | propel | rendermovable| mobilize . / moving in motion| transitional| motory| motive| shifting|movable| mobile| mercurial| unquiet| restless (changeable) |nomadic | erratic . / under way| on the move| on the wing| on the tramp| on the march . / eppur si muove [Galileo]| es bildet ein Talent sich in der Stille[Germ-]| sich ein Charakter in dem Strom der Welt [Germ-] . / Quiescence rest| stillness | quiescence| stagnation|stagnancy| fixity| immobility| catalepsy| indisturbance| quietism . / quiet| tranquility| calm| repose | peace| dead calm|anticyclone| statue-like repose| silence | not a breath of air|not a mouse stirring| sleep (inactivity) . / pause| lull (cessation) | stand still| standing still lock| dead lock| dead stop| dead stand| full stop| fix| embargo . / resting place| gite [Fr-]| bivouac| home (abode) | pillow (support) | haven (refuge) | goal (arrival) . / be quiescent | stand still| lie still| keep quiet| repose|hold the breath . / remain| stay| stand| lie to| ride at anchor| remain in situ|tarry| mark time| bring to| heave to| lay to| pull up| draw up| hold|halt| stop| stop short| rest| pause| anchor| cast to an anchor| come toan anchor| rest on one`s oars| repose on one`s laurels| take breath|stop (discontinue) . / stagnate| quieta non movere [Lat-]| let alone| abide| rest and bethankful| keep within doors| stay at home| go to bed . / dwell (be present) | settle (be located) | alight (arrive) | stick| stick fast| stand like a post| not stir a peg| notstir a step| be at a stand quell| becalm| hush| stay| lull tosleep| lay an embargo on . / quiescent| still| motionless| moveless| fixed| stationary|immotile| at rest at a stand| at a standstill| at anchor| stock| still|standing still sedentary| untraveled| stay-at-home| becalmed|stagnant| quiet| unmoved| undisturbed| unruffled| calm| restful|cataleptic| immovable (stable) | sleeping (inactive) |silent | still as a statue| still as a post| still as a mouse|still as death| vegetative| vegetating . / at a stand | tout court| at the halt . / Int . / stop!| stay!| avast!| halt!| hold hard!| whoa!| hold!| sabr karo! . / requiescat in pace [Lat-]| Deus nobis haec otia fecit [Lat-][Vergil]| the noonday quiet holds the hill [Tennyson] . / [Locomotion by land] Journey travel| traveling wayfaring| campaigning . / journey| excursion| expedition| tour| trip| grand tour| circuit|peregrination| discursion| ramble| pilgrimage| hajj| trek| course|ambulation| march| walk| promenade| constitutional| stroll| saunter|tramp| jog trot| turn| stalk| perambulation| noctambulation|noctambulism| somnambulism| outing| ride| drive| airing| jaunt . / equitation| horsemanship| riding| manege [Fr-]| ride and tie|basophobia . / roving| vagrancy| pererration| marching and countermarching|nomadism| vagabondism| vagabondage| hoboism [U . / S]| gadding| flit|flitting| migration| emigration| immigration| demigration|intermigration| wanderlust . / plan| itinerary| guide| handbook| guidebook| road book| Baedeker|Bradshaw| Murray| map| road map| transportation guide| subway map . / procession| cavalcade| caravan| file| cortege| column . / [Organs and instruments of locomotion] vehicle | automobile|train| bus| airplane| plane| autobus| omnibus| subway| motorbike| dirtbike| off-road vehicle| van| minivan| motor scooter| trolley|locomotive| legs| feet| pegs| pins| trotters . / traveler . / depot [U . / S]| railway station| station . / travel| journey| course| take a journey| go a journey| take a walk|go out for walk n . / | have a run| take the air . / flit| take wing| migrate| emigrate| trek| rove| prowl| roam|range| patrol| pace up and down| traverse| scour the country| traversethe country| peragrate| circumambulate| perambulate| nomadize| wander|ramble| stroll| saunter| hover| go one`s rounds| straggle| gad| gadabout| expatiate . / walk| march| step| tread| pace| plod| wend| go by shank`s mare|promenade| trudge| tramp| stalk| stride| straddle| strut| foot it| hoofit| stump| bundle| bowl along| toddle| paddle| tread a path . / take horse| ride| drive| trot| amble| canter| prance| fisk| frisk|caracoler| caracole| gallop (move quickly) . / [start riding] embark| board| set out| hit the road| get going|get underway . / peg on| jog on| wag on| shuffle on| stir one`s stumps| bend one`ssteps| bend one`s course| make one`s way| find one`s way| wend one`sway| pick one`s way| pick one`s way| thread one`s way| plow one`s way|slide| glide| coast| skim| skate| march in procession| file on| defile . / go to| repair to| resort to| hie to| betake oneself to . / traveling ambulatory| itinerant| peripatetic| roving|rambling| gadding| discursive| vagrant| migratory| monadic|circumforanean| circumforaneous| noctivagrant| mundivagrant|locomotive . / wayfaring| wayworn| travel-stained . / on foot| on horseback| on Shanks`s mare| by the Marrowbone stage:in transitu [Lat-]| en route . / Int . / come along!| [Locomotion by water| or air] Navigation navigation|aquatics| boating| yachting| ship | oar| paddle| screw| sail|canvas| aileron . / natation| swimming| fin| flipper| fish`s tail . / aerostation| aerostatics| aeronautics| balloonery| balloon | ballooning| aviation| airmanship| flying| flight| volitation|wing| pinion| rocketry| space travel| astronautics| orbital mechanics|orbiting . / voyage| sail| cruise| passage| circumnavigation| periplus|headway| sternway| leeway| fairway . / mariner . / flight| trip| shuttle| run| airlift . / sail| put to sea (depart) | take ship| get under way| setsail| spread sail| spread canvas| gather way| have way on| make sail|carry sail| plow the waves| plow the deep| plow the main| plow theocean| walk the waters . / navigate| warp| luff| scud| boom| kedge| drift| course| cruise|coast| hug the shore| hug the land| circumnavigate . / ply the oar| row| paddle| pull| scull| punt| steam . / swim| float| buffet the waves| ride the storm| skim| effleurer[Fr-]| dive| wade . / fly| be wafted| hover| soar| flutter| jet| orbit| rocket| takewing| take a flight| take off| ascend| blast off| land| alight| wingone`s flight| wing one`s way| aviate| parachute| jump| glide . / sailing volant| aerostatic| seafaring| nautical| maritime|naval| seagoing| coasting| afloat| navigable| aerial| aeronautic|grallatory . / under way| under sail| under canvas| under steam| on the wing| inflight| in orbit . / bon voyage| spread the thin oar and catch the driving gale [Pope] . / Traveler traveler| wayfarer| voyager| itinerant| passenger|commuter . / tourist| excursionist| explorer| adventurer| mountaineer| hiker|backpacker| Alpine Club| peregrinator| wanderer| rover| straggler|rambler| bird of passage| gadabout| gadling| vagrant| scatterling|landloper| waifs and estrays| wastrel| foundling| loafer| tramp|tramper| vagabond| nomad| Bohemian| gypsy| Arab| Wandering Jew| Hadji|pilgrim| palmer| peripatetic| somnambulist| emigrant| fugitive|refugee| beach comber| booly| globegirdler| globetrotter| vagrant|hobo [U . / S]| night walker| sleep walker| noctambulist| runabout|straphanger| swagman| swagsman [Austral]| trecker| trekker| zingano|zingaro . / runner| courier| Mercury| Iris| Ariel| comet . / pedestrian| walker| foot passenger| cyclist| wheelman . / rider| horseman| equestrian| cavalier| jockey| roughrider|trainer| breaker . / driver| coachman| whip| Jehu| charioteer| postilion| postboy|carter| wagoner| drayman| cabman| cabdriver| voiturier| vetturino|condottiere| engine driver| stoker| fireman| guard| chauffeur|conductor| engineer| gharry-wallah| gari-wala| hackman| syce|truckman . / on the road Mariner sailor| mariner| navigator| seaman| seafarer|seafaring man| dock walloper [Slang]| tar| jack tar| salt| able seaman|A . / B . / | maof-war`s man| bluejacket| galiongee| galionji| marine|jolly| midshipman| middy| skipper| shipman| boatman| ferryman|waterman| lighterman| bargeman| longshoreman| bargee| gondolier| oar|oarsman| rower| boatswain| cockswain| coxswain| steersman| pilot| crew . / aerial navigator| aeronaut| balloonist| Icarus| aeroplanist|airman| aviator| birdman| mabird| wizard of the air| aviatrix| flier|pilot| test pilot| glider pilot| bush pilot| navigator| flightattendant| steward| stewardess| crew| astronaut| cosmonaut|parachutist| paratrooper . / Transference transfer| transference| translocation|elocation| displacement| metastasis| metathesis| removal| remotion|amotion| relegation| deportation| asportation| extradition|conveyance| draft| carrying| carriage| convection| conduction|contagion| transfer (of property) . / transit| transition| passage| ferry| gestation| portage|porterage| carting| cartage| shoveling vection| vecture|vectitation| shipment| freight| wafture| transmission| transport|transportation| importation| exportation| transumption|transplantation| translation| shifting| dodging| dispersion |transposition (interchange) | traction . / [Thing transferred] drift . / transfer| transmit| transport| transplace| transplant| translocate|convey| carry| bear| fetch and carry| carry over| ferry over| handpass| forward| shift| conduct| convoy| bring| fetch| reach| tote[U . / S]| port| import| export . / send| delegate| consign| relegate| turn over to| deliver| ship|embark| waft| shunt| transpose (interchange) | displace |throw | drag | mail| post . / shovel| ladle| decant| draft off| transfuse| infuse| siphon . / transferred drifted| movable| portable| portative| mailable[U . / S]| contagious . / from hand to hand| from pillar to post . / on the way| by the way| on the road| on the wing| under way| intransit| on course| as one goes| in transitu [Lat-]| en route| cheminfaisant [Fr-]| en passant [Fr-]| in mid progress| in mid course . / Carrier carrier| porter| bearer| tranter| conveyer|cargador| express| expressman| stevedore| coolie| conductor|locomotive| motor . / beast| beast of burden| cattle| horse| nag| palfrey| Arab| bloodhorse| thoroughbred| galloway| charger| courser| racer| hunter|jument| pony| filly| colt| foal| barb| roan| jade| hack| bidet| pad|cob| tit| punch| roadster| goer| racehorse| pack horse| draft horse|cart horse| dray horse| post horse| ketch| Shetland pony| shelty|sheltie| garran| garron| jennet| genet| bayard| mare| stallion|gelding| bronco| broncho| cayuse [U . / S]| creature| critter [U . / S]| cowpony| mustang| Narraganset| waler| stud . / Pegasus| Bucephalus| Rocinante . / ass| donkey| jackass| mule| hinny| sumpter horse| sumpter mule|burro| cuddy| ladino [U . / S]| reindeer| camel| dromedary| llama|elephant| carrier pigeon . / [object used for carrying] pallet| brace| cart| dolley| support | fork lift . / carriage (vehicle) | ship . / equine| asinine . / Vehicle vehicle| conveyance| carriage| caravan| van| commoncarrier| wagon| waggon| wain| dray| cart| lorry . / truck| tram| cariole| carriole| limber| tumbrel| pontoon| barrow|wheel barrow| hand barrow| perambulator| Bath chair| wheel chair| sedanchair| chaise| palankeen| palanquin| litter| brancard| crate| hurdle|stretcher| ambulance| black Maria| conestoga wagon| conestoga wain|jinrikisha| ricksha| brett| dearborn [U . / S]| dump cart| hack| hackery|jigger| kittereen| mailstate| manomotor| rig| rockaway| prairieschooner [U . / S]| shay| sloven| team| tonga| wheel| hobbyhorse| go-cart|cycle| bicycle| bike| two-wheeler| tricycle| velocipede| quadricycle . / equipage| turout| coach| chariot| phaeton| break| mail phaeton|wagonette| drag| curricle| tilbury| whisky| landau| barouche|victoria| brougham| clarence| calash| caleche [Fr-]| britzka| araba|kibitka| berlin| sulky| desobligeant [Fr-]| sociable| vis-a-vis|dormeuse [Fr-]| jaunting car| outside car| dandi| doolie| dooly|munchil| palki| roller skates| skate| runabout| ski| tonjon| vettura . / post chaise| diligence| stage| stage coach| mail coach| hackneycoach| glass coach| stage wagon| car| omnibus| fly| cabriolet| cab|hansom| shofle| four-wheeler| growler| droshki| drosky . / dogcart| trap| whitechapel| buggy| four-ihand| unicorn| random|tandem| shandredhan| char-a-bancs [Fr-] . / motor car| automobile| limousine| car| auto| jalopy| clunker|lemon| flivver| coupe| sedan| two-door sedan| four-door sedan| luxurysedan| wheels [Coll]| sports car| roadster| gran turismo [Italian]| jeep|four-wheel drive vehicle| electric car| steamer| golf cart| electricwagon| taxicab| cab| taxicoach| checker cab| yellow cab| station wagon|family car| motorcycle| motor bike| side car| van| minivan| bus|minibus| microbus| truck| wagon| pick-up wagon| pick-up| tractor-trailer| road train| articulated vehicle| racing car| racer| hot rod|stock car| souped-up car . / bob| bobsled| bobsleigh| cutter| double ripper| double runner[U . / S]| jumper| sled| sledge| sleigh| toboggan . / train| accommodation train| passenger train| express trail|special train| corridor train| parliamentary train| luggage train|freight train| goods train| st class train| nd class train| rd classtrain| st class carriage| nd class carriage| rd class carriage| stclass compartment| nd class compartment| rd class compartment|rolling stock| horse box| cattle truck| baggage car| express car|freight car| parlor car| dining car| Pullman car| sleeping car|sleeper| dome car| surface car| tram car| trolley car| box car| boxwagon| horse car [U . / S]| bullet train| shinkansen [Jap]| cannonball|the Wabash cannonball| lightning express| luggage van| mail| mail car|mail van . / shovel| spool| spatula| ladle| hod| hoe| spade| spaddle| loy|spud| pitchfork| post hole digger . / [powered construction vehicles] tractor| steamshovel| backhoe|fork lift| earth mover| dump truck| bulldozer| grader| caterpillar|trench digger| steamroller| pile driver| crane| wrecking crane . / Ship ship| vessel| sail| craft| bottom . / navy| marine| fleet| flotilla| shipping . / man of war (combatant) | transport| tender| storeship|merchant ship| merchantman| packet| liner| whaler| slaver| collier|coaster| lighter| fishing boat| pilot boat| trawler| hulk| yacht|baggala| floating hotel| floating palace| ocean greyhound . / ship| bark| barque| brig| snow| hermaphrodite brig| brigantine|barkantine| schooner| topsail schooner| for and aft schooner| threemasted schooner| chasse-maree [Fr-]| sloop| cutter| corvette| clipper|foist| yawl| dandy| ketch| smack| lugger| barge| hoy| cat| buss|sailer| sailing vessel| windjammer| steamer| steamboat| steamship|liner| ocean liner| cruiseship| ship of the line| mail steamer| paddlesteamer| screw steamer| tug| line of steamers . / destroyer| cruiser|frigate| landing ship| LST| aircraft carrier| carrier| flattop [Coll]|nuclear powered carrier| submarine| submersible| atomic submarine . / boat| pinnace| launch| life boat| long boat| jolly boat| bum boat|fly boat| cock boat| ferry boat| canal boat| swamp boat| ark| bully|battery| bateau [Can]| broadhorn| dory| droger| drogher| dugout|durham boat| flatboat| galiot| shallop| gig| funny| skiff| dingy|scow| cockleshell| wherry| coble| punt| cog| kedge| lerret| eight oar|four oar| pair oar| randan| outrigger| float| raft| pontoon| prame|iceboat| ice canoe| ice yacht . / catamaran| hydroplane| hovercraft| coracle| gondola| carvel|caravel| felucca| caique| canoe| birch bark canoe| dugout canoe|galley| galleyfoist| bilander| dogger| hooker| howker| argosy|carack| galliass| galleon| polacca| polacre| tartane| junk| lorcha|praam| proa| prahu| saick| sampan| xebec| dhow| dahabeah| nuggah|kayak| keel boat [U . / S]| log canoe| pirogue| quadrireme| trireme|sterwheeler [U . / S]| wanigan| wangan [U . / S]| wharf boat . / balloon| airship| aeroplane| biplane| monoplane| triplane|hydroplane| aerodrome| air balloon| pilot balloon| fire balloon|dirigible| zeppelin| aerostat| Montgolfier| kite| parachute . / jet plane| rocket plane| jet liner| turbojet| prop-jet| propellerplane| corporate plane| corporate jet| private plane| private aviation|airline| common carrier| fighter| bomber| fighter-bomber| escort plane|spy plane| supersonic aircraft| subsonic aircraft . / afloat| aboard| on board| on ship board| hard a lee| hard a port|hard a starboard| hard a weather . / DEGREES OF MOTION Velocity velocity| speed| celerity| swiftness |rapidity| eagle speed| expedition (activity) | pernicity|acceleration| haste . / spurt| rush| dash| race| steeple chase| smart rate| lively rate|swift rate | rattling rate| spanking rate| strapping rate| smartpace| lively pace| swift pace| rattling pace| spanking pace| strappingpace| round pace| flying| flight . / lightning| greased lightning| light| electricity| wind| cannonball| rocket| arrow| dart| hydrargyrum [Lat-]| quicksilver| telegraph|express train| torrent . / eagle| antelope| courser| race horse| gazelle| greyhound| hare|doe| squirrel| camel bird| chickaree| chipmunk| hackee [U . / S]| ostrich|scorcher [Slang] . / Mercury| Ariel| Camilla| Harlequin . / [Measurement of velocity] log| log line| speedometer| odometer|tachometer| strobe| radar speed detector| radar trap| air speed gauge|wind sock| wind speed meter| pedometer . / move quickly| trip| fisk| speed| hie| hasten| post| spank| scuttle|scud| scuddle| scour| scour the plain| scamper| run like mad| beat it|fly| race| run a race| cut away| shot| tear| whisk| zoom| swoosh|sweep| skim| brush| cut along| bowl along| barrel along| barrel|scorch| burn up the track| rush (be violent) | dash on| dash off|dash forward| bolt| trot| gallop| amble| troll| bound| flit| spring|dart| boom| march in quick time| march in double time| ride hard| getover the ground . / hurry (hasten) | accelerate| put on| quicken| quicken one`space| mend one`s pace| clap spurs to one`s horse| make haste| makerapid strides| make forced marches| make the best of one`s way| putone`s best leg foremost| stir one`s stumps| wing one`s way| set off ata score| carry sail| crowd sail| go off like a shot| go like a shot| goahead| gain ground| outstrip the wind| fly on the wings of the wind . / keep up with| keep pace with| outstrip | outmarch . / fast| speedy| swift| rapid| quick| fleet| aliped| nimble| agile|expeditious| express| active | flying| galloping lightfooted| nimble footed| winged| eagle winged| mercurial| electric|telegraphic| light-legged| light of heel| swift as an arrow n . / |quick as lightning n . / | quick as a thought . / swiftly | with speed n . / | apace| at a great rate| at fullspeed| at railway speed| full drive| full gallop| posthaste| in fullsail| tantivy| trippingly| instantaneously . / under press of sail| under press of canvas| under press of sailand steam| velis et remis [Lat-]| on eagle`s wing| in double quicktime| with rapid strides| with giant strides| a pas de geant [Fr-]| inseven league boots| whip and spur| ventre a terre [Fr-]| as fast asone`s legs will carry one| as fast as one`s heels will carry one| asfast as one can lay legs to the ground| at the top of one`s speed| byleaps and bounds| with haste . / vires acquirit eundo [Lat-]| I`ll put a girdle about the earth inforty minutes [M . / D]| swifter than arrow from the Tartar`s bow[M . / D]| go like a bat out of hell| tempus fugit [Lat-] . / Slowness slowness | languor (inactivity) |drawl| creeping v . / | lentor . / retardation| slackening delay (lateness) |claudication . / jog trot| dog trot| mincing steps| slow march| slow time . / slow goer| slow coach| slow back| lingerer| loiterer| sluggard|tortoise| snail| poke [U . / S]| dawdle (inactive) . / move slowly | creep| crawl| lag| slug| drawl| linger| loiter|saunter| plod| trudge| stump along| lumber| trail| drag| dawdle (beinactive) | grovel| worm one`s way| steal along| job on| rub on|bundle on| toddle| waddle| wabble| slug| traipse| slouch| shuffle|halt| hobble| limp| caludicate| shamble| flag| falter| trotter|stagger| mince| step short| march in slow time| march in funeralprocession| take one`s time| hang fire (be late) . / retard| relax| slacken| check| moderate| rein in| curb| reef|strike sail| shorten sail| take in sail| put on the drag| apply thebrake| clip the wings| reduce the speed| slacken speed| slacken one`space| lose ground . / slow| slack| tardy| dilatory (inactive) | gentle| easy|leisurely| deliberate| gradual| insensible| imperceptible| glacial|languid| sluggish| slow paced| tardigrade| snail-like| creeping reptatorial . / slowly | leisurely| piano| adagio| largo| larghetto| athalf speed| under easy sail| at a foots pace| at a snail`s pace| at afuneral pace| in slow time| with mincing steps| with clipped wings|haud passibus aequis [Lat-] [Vergil] . / gradually | gradatim [Lat-]| by degrees| by slow degrees|by inches| by little and little| step by step| one step at a time| inchby inch| bit by bit| little by little| seriatim| consecutively . / dum Roma deliberat Saguntum perit [Lat-]| at a glacial pace . / MOTION CONJOINED WITH FORCE Impulse impulse| impulsion| impetus| momentum| push|pulsion| thrust| shove| jog| jolt| brunt| booming| boost [U . / S]| throw|explosion (violence) | propulsion . / percussion| concussion| collision| occursion| clash| encounter|cannon| carambole| appulse| shock| crash| bump| impact| elan| charge (attack) | beating (punishment) . / blow| dint| stroke| knock| tap| rap| slap| smack| pat| dab|fillip| slam| bang| hit| whack| thwack| cuff | squash| dowse|swap| whap| punch| thump| pelt| kick| punce| calcitration| ruade|arietation| cut| thrust| lunge| yerk| carom| carrom| clip [Slang]|jab| plug [Slang]| sidewinder [U . / S]| sidewipe| sideswipe [U . / S] . / hammer| sledge hammer| mall| maul| mallet| flail| ram| rammer|battering ram| monkey| pile-driving engine| punch| bat| cant hook|cudgel (weapon) | ax (sharp) . / [Science of mechanical forces] dynamics| seismometer|accelerometer| earthquake detector . / give an impetus n . / | impel| push| start| give a start to| setgoing| drive| urge| boom| thrust| prod| foin [Fr-]| cant| elbow|shoulder| jostle| justle| hustle| hurtle| shove| jog| jolt| encounter|run against| bump against| butt against| knock one`s head against| runone`s head against| impinge| boost [U . / S]| bunt| carom| clip y| fan|fan out| jab| plug [Slang] . / strike| knock| hit| tap| rap| slap| flap| dab| pat| thump| beat|blow| bang| slam| dash| punch| thwack| whack| hit hard| strike hard|swap| batter| dowse| baste| pelt| patter| buffet| belabor| fetch one ablow| poke at| pink| lunge| yerk| kick| calcitrate| butt| strike at (attack) | whip (punish) . / come into a collision| enter into collision| collide| sideswipe|foul| fall foul of| run foul of| telescope . / throw (propel) . / impelling impulsive| impellent| booming| dynamic|dynamical| impelled a hit| a very palpable hit [Hamlet] . / Recoil recoil| reaction| retroaction| revulsion| bounce|rebound| ricochet| repercussion| recalcitration| kick| contrecoup[Fr-]| springing back elasticity | reflection| reflexion[Brit]| reflex| reflux| reverberation (resonance) | rebuff|repulse| return . / ducks and drakes| boomerang| spring| reactionist . / elastic collision| coefficient of restitution . / recoil| react| spring back| fly back| bounce back| bound back|rebound| reverberate| repercuss| recalcitrate| echo| ricochet . / recoiling refluent| repercussive| recalcitrant|reactionary| retroactive . / on the rebound| on the recoil for every action there is a reaction| equal in force and oppositein direction [Newton] . / MOTION WITH REFERENCE TO DIRECTION Direction direction| bearing| course| vector| set| drift|tenor| tendency | incidence| bending| trending dip| tack|aim| collimation| steering steerage . / point of the compass| cardinal points| North East| South| West| Nby E| ENE| NE by N| NE| | rhumb| azimuth| line of collimation . / line| path| road| range| quarter| line of march| alignment|allignment| air line| beeline| straight shoot . / tend towards| bend towards| point towards| conduct to| go to| pointto| point at| bend| trend| verge| incline| dip| determine . / steer for| steer towards| make for| make towards| aim at| levelat| take aim| keep a course| hold a course| be bound for| bend one`ssteps towards| direct one`s course| steer one`s course| bend one`scourse| shape one`s course| align one`s march| allign one`s march| tostraight| go straight to the point| march on| march on a point . / ascertain one`s direction n . / | s`orienter [Fr-]| see which waythe wind blows| box the compass| take the air line . / directed directed towards| pointing towards boundfor| aligned| with alligned with| direct| straight| undeviating|unswerving| straightforward| North| Northern| Northerly| towards| on the road| on the high road to| en avant| versus| to|hither| thither| whither| directly| straight as an arrow| forwards asan arrow| point blank| in a bee line to| in a direct line to| as thecrow flies| in a straight line to| in a bee line for| in a direct linefor| in a straight line for| in a bee line with| in a direct line with|in a straight line with| in a line with| full tilt at| as the crowflies . / before the wind| near the wind| close to the wind| against thewind| windwards| in the wind`s eye . / through| via| by way of| in all directions| in all manner of ways|quaquaversum [Lat-]| from the four winds . / the shortest distance between two points is a straight line . / Deviation deviation| swerving obliquation| warp|refraction| flection| flexion| sweep| deflection| deflexure|declination . / diversion| digression| depart from| aberration| divergence |zigzag| detour (circuit) | divagation . / [Desultory motion] wandering vagrancy| evagation| bypathsand crooked ways| byroad . / [Motion sideways| oblique motion] sidling knight`s move atchess . / alter one`s course| deviate| depart from| turn| trend| bend| curve | swerve| heel| bear off| gybe| wear . / intervert| deflect| divert| divert from its course| put on a newscent| shift| shunt| draw aside| crook| warp . / stray| straggle| sidle| diverge | tralineate| digress|wander| wind| twist| meander| veer| tack| divagate| sidetrack| turnaside| turn a corner| turn away from| wheel| steer clear of| ramble|rove| drift| go astray| go adrift| yaw| dodge| step aside| ease off|make way for| shy . / fly off at a tangent| glance off| wheel about| face about| turn tothe right about| face to the right about| waddle (oscillate) | goout of one`s way (perform a circuit) | lose one`s way . / deviating aberrant| errant| excursive| discursive| devious|desultory| loose| rambling| stray| erratic| vagrant| undirected|circuitous| indirect| zigzag| crab-like . / astray from| round about| wide of the mark| to the right about|all manner of ways| circuitously . / obliquely| sideling| like the move of the knight on a chessboard . / [Going before] Precession precession| leading| heading|precedence | priority | the lead| le pas| van (front)| precursor . / go before| go ahead| go in the van| go in advance| precede| forerun|usher in| introduce| herald| head| take the lead| lead the way| leadthe dance| get the start| have the start| steal a march| get before|get ahead| get in front of| outstrip | take precedence (firstin order) . / leading| precedent in advance| before| ahead| in the van| in the lead| foremost|headmost| in front| at the head| out in front| way out in front| farahead . / seniores priores [Lat-]| ahead of his time . / [Going after] Sequence sequence| coming after (order)| (time) | following pursuit . / follower| attendant| satellite| shadow| dangler| train . / follow| pursue | go after| fly after . / attend| beset| dance attendance on| dog| tread in the steps of|tread close upon| be in the wake of| be in the trail of| be in the rearof| go in the wake of| go in the trail of| go in the rear of| follow inthe wake of| follow in the trail of| follow in the rear of| follow as ashadow| hang on the skirts of| tread on the heels of| follow on theheels of| camp on the trail . / subsequent| next| succeeding| following behind| in the rear | in the train of| in the wake of| after (order) | (time) . / [Motion forward| progressive motion] Progression progress|progression| progressiveness| advancing advance| advancement|ongoing| flood| tide| headway| march | rise| improvement . / advance| proceed| progress| get on| get along| get over the ground|gain ground| forge ahead| jog on| rub on| wag on| go with the stream|keep one`s course| hold on one`s course| go on| move on| come one| geton| pass on| push on| press on| go forward| move forward| come forward|get forward| pass forward| push forward| press forward| go forwards|move forwards| come forwards| get forwards| pass forwards| pushforwards| press forwards| go ahead| move ahead| come ahead| get ahead|pass ahead| push ahead| press ahead| make one`s way| work one`s way|carve one`s way| push one`s way| force one`s way| edge one`s way| elbowone`s way| make progress| make head| make way| make headway| makeadvances| make strides| make rapid strides (velocity) | go ahead|shoot ahead| distance| make up leeway . / advancing progressive| profluent| advanced . / forward| onward| forth| on| ahead| under way| en route for| onone`s way| on the way| on the road| on the high road| on the road to|in progress| in mid progress| in transitu [Lat-] . / vestigia nulla retrorsum [Lat-]| westward the course of empiretakes its way [Berkeley] . / [Motion backwards] Regression regress| regression|retrocession| retrogression| retrograduation| retroaction| reculade|retreat| withdrawal| retirement| remigration| recession (motionfrom) | recess| crab-like motion . / refluence| reflux| backwater| regurgitation| ebb| return|resilience reflection| reflexion [Brit] (recoil) | flip-flop|volte-face [Fr-] . / counter motion| retrograde motion| backward movement| motion inreverse| counter movement| counter march| veering| tergiversation|recidivation| backsliding| fall| deterioration | recidivism|recidivity . / reversal| relapse| turning point (reversion) . / recede| regrade| return| revert| retreat| retire| retrograde|retrocede| back out| back down| balk| crawfish [U . / S]| crawl [Slang]|withdraw| rebound | go back| come back| turn back| hark back|draw back| fall back| get back| put back| run back| lose ground| fallastern| drop astern| backwater| put about| backtrack| take the backtrack| veer round| double| wheel| countermarch| ebb| regurgitate| jib|shrink| shy . / turn tail| turn round| turn upon one`s heel| turn one`s back upon|retrace one`s steps| dance the back step| sound a retreat| beat aretreat| go home . / receding retrograde| retrogressive| regressive| refluent|reflex| recidivous| resilient| crab-like| balky| reactionary . / back| backwards| reflexively| to the right about| a reculons[Fr-]| a rebours [Fr-] . / revenons a nos moutons [Fr-]| as you were . / [Motion given to an object situated in front] Propulsion propulsion| projection| propelment| vis a tergo [Lat-]| force frombehind| push| shove (impulse) | ejaculate| ejection |throw| fling| toss| shot| discharge| shy| launch| release . / [Science of propulsion] projectiles| ballistics| archery . / [devices to give propulsion] propeller| screw| twin screws|turbine| jet engine . / [objects propelled] missile| projectile| ball| discus| quoit|brickbat| shot| [weapons which propel] arrow| gun| ballista (arms) [Obs] . / [preparation for propulsion] countdown| windup . / shooter| shot| archer| toxophilite| bowman| rifleman| marksman|good shot| crack shot| sharpshooter (combatant) . / propel| project| throw| fling| cast| pitch| chuck| toss| jerk|heave| shy| hurl| flirt| fillip . / dart| lance| tilt| ejaculate| jaculate| fulminate| bolt| drive|sling| pitchfork . / send| send off| let off| fire off| discharge| shoot| launch|release| send forth| let fly| put in orbit| send into orbit| launchinto orbit dash . / put in motion| set in motion| set agoing| start| give a start|give an impulse to| impel | trundle (set in rotation) |expel . / carry one off one`s legs| put to flight . / propelled propelling propulsive| projectile . / [Motion given to an object situated behind] Traction traction| drawing draught| pull| haul| rake| a long pull astrong pull and a pull all together| towage| haulage . / draw| pull| haul| lug| rake| drag| tug| tow| trail| train| take intow . / wrench| jerk| twitch| touse| yank [U . / S] . / drawing tractile| tractive . / [Motion towards] Approach approach| approximation|appropinquation| access| appulse| afflux| affluxion| advent (approach of time) | pursuit . / approach| approximate| appropinquate| near| get near| go near| drawnear| come to close quarters| come near| move towards| set in towards|drift| make up to| gain upon| pursue | tread on the heels of|bear up| make the land| hug the shore| hug the land . / approaching approximative| affluent| impending| imminent (destined) . / on the road . / Int . / come hither!| approach!| here!| come!| come near!| forward!| [Motion from] Recession recession| retirement| withdrawal|retreat| retrocession [Obs]| departure| | recoil |flight (avoidance) . / recede| go| move back| move from| retire| withdraw| shrink| backoff| come away| move away| back away| go away| get away| drift away|depart | retreat | move off| stand off| sheer off| fallback| stand aside| run away (avoid) . / remove| shunt| distance . / receding distance oneself from a person . / [Motion towards| actively| force causing to draw closer]Attraction attraction| attractiveness| attractivity| drawing to|pulling towards| adduction . / electrical attraction| electricity| static electricity| static|static cling| magnetism| magnetic attraction| gravity| attraction ofgravitation . / [objects which attract by physical force] lodestone| loadstone|lodestar| loadstar| magnet| permanent magnet| siderite| magnetite|electromagnet| magnetic coil| voice coil| magnetic dipole| motor coil|rotor| stator . / electrical charge| positive charge| negative charge . / magnetic pole| north pole| south pole| magnetic monopole . / attract| draw| draw towards| pull towards| drag towards| adduce . / attracting attrahent| attractive| adducent| adductive . / centrifugal . / ubi mel ibi apes [Lat-] [Plautus] . / [Motion from| actively| force driving apart] Repulsion repulsion| driving from repulse| abduction . / magnetic repulsion| magnetic levitation| antigravity . / repel| push from| drive apart| drive from | chase| dispel|retrude| abduce| abduct| send away| repulse . / keep at arm`s length| turn one`s back upon| give the coldshoulder| send off| send away with a flea in one`s ear . / repelling repellent| repulsive| abducent| abductive . / centripetal like charges repel| opposite charges attract| like poles repel|opposite poles attract . / [Motion nearer to] Convergence convergence| confluence|concourse| conflux| congress| concurrence| concentration| convergency|appulse| meeting| corradiation . / assemblage | resort (focus) | asymptote . / converge| concur| come together| unite| meet| fall in with| closewith| close in upon| center round| center in| enter in| pour in . / gather together| unite| concentrate| bring into a focus . / converging convergent| confluent| concurrent| centripetal|asymptotical| asymptotic| confluxible . / [Motion further off] Divergence divergence| divergency|divarication| ramification| forking| radiation| separation (disjunction) | dispersion | deviation | aberration . / diverge| divaricate| radiate| ramify| branch off| glance off| fileoff| fly off| fly off at a tangent| spread| scatter| disperse |deviate | part (separate) . / diverging divergent| radiant| centrifugal| aberrant . / [Terminal motion at] Arrival arrival| advent| landing|debarkation| disembarkation| reception| welcome| vin d`honneur [Fr-] . / home| goal| goalpost| landing place| landing stage| bunder|resting place| destination| harbor| haven| port| airport| spaceport|terminus| halting place| halting ground| landing strip| runway|terminal| journey`s end| anchorage (refuge) . / return| remigration| meeting| rencounter| encounter . / completion . / recursion [Comp] . / arrive| get to| come to| come| reach| attain| come up with| come upto| overtake| make| fetch| complete | join| rejoin . / light| alight| dismount| land| go ashore| debark| disembark| putin| put into| visit| cast anchor| pitch one`s tent| sit down (belocated) | get to one`s journey`s end| make the land| be in at thedeath| come back| get back| come home| get home| return| come in (ingress) | make one`s appearance (appear) | drop in| detrain|deplane| outspan| de-orbit . / come to hand| come at| come across| hit| come upon| light upon|pop upon| bounce upon| plump upon| burst upon| pitch upon| meet|encounter| rencounter| come in contact . / arriving homeward bound . / here| hither . / Int . / welcome!| hail!| all Hail!| good-day| good morrow!| any port in a storm . / [Initial motion from] Departure departure| decession|decampment| embarkation| outset| start| removal| exit (egress) |exodus| hejira| flight . / leave taking| valediction| adieu| farewell| goodbye| aufwiedersehen [Germ-]| sayonara| dosvidanya [Rus]| ciao| aloha| hasta lavista [Spanish]| stirrup cup| valedictorian . / starting point| starting post| point of departure| point ofembarkation| place of departure| place of embarkation| port ofembarkation| airport| take-off point| taxiing runway| runway| launchingpad| spaceport . / depart| go away| take one`s departure| set out| set off| march off|put off| start off| be off| move off| get off| whip off| pack off| gooff| take oneself off| start| issue| march out| debouch| go forth|sally forth| sally| set forward| be gone| hail from . / leave a place| quit| vacate| evacuate| abandon| go off the stage|make one`s exit| retire| withdraw| remove| vamoose [Slang]| vamose[U . / S]| go one`s way| go along| go from home| take flight| take wing|spring| fly| flit| wing one`s flight| fly away| whip away| embark| goon board| go aboard| set sail` put to sea| go to sea| sail| take ship|hoist blue Peter| get under way| weigh anchor| strike tents| decamp|walk one`s chalks| cut one`s stick| take leave| say good bye| bidgoodbye n . / | disappear | abscond (avoid) | entrain|inspan . / departing valedictory| outward bound . / whence| hence| thence| with a foot in the stirrup| on the wing| onthe move . / Int . / begone!| (ejection) | farewell!| adieu!| goodbye!| goodday!| au revoir! [Fr-]| fare you well!| God bless you!| God speed!| allaboard!| auf wiedersehen! [Germ-]| au plaisir de vous revoir! [Fr-]| bonvoyage!| gluckliche Reise! [Germ-]| vive valeque! [Fr-]| [Motion into] Ingress ingress| entrance| entry|introgression| influx| intrusion| inroad| incursion| invasion|irruption| ingression| penetration| interpenetration| illapse| import|infiltration| immigration| admission (reception) | insinuation (interjacence) [Obs]| insertion . / inlet| way in| mouth| door| (opening) | barway| path (way) | conduit | immigrant . / have the entree| enter| go into| go in| come into| come in| pourinto| pour in| flow into| flow in| creep into| creep in| slip into|slip in| pop into| pop in| break into| break in| burst into| burst in|set foot on| ingress| burst in upon| break in upon| invade| intrude|insinuate itself| interpenetrate| penetrate| infiltrate| find one`s wayinto| wriggle into| worm oneself into . / give entrance to (receive) | insert . / incoming . / [Motion out of] Egress egress| exit| issue| emersion|emergence| outbreak| outburst| eruption| proruption| emanation|egression| evacuation| exudation| transudation| extravasation [Med]|perspiration| sweating| leakage| percolation| distillation| oozing|gush (water in motion) | outpour| outpouring| effluence|effusion| effluxion| drain| dribbling defluxion| drainage|outcome| output| discharge (excretion) . / export| expatriation| emigration| remigration| debouch| debouche|emunctory| exodus (departure) | emigrant . / outlet| vent| spout| tap| sluice| floodgate| pore| vomitory|outgate| sally port| way out| mouth| door (opening) | path (way) | conduit | airpipe [Obs] . / emerge| emanate| issue| egress| go out of| come out of| move out of|pass out of| pour out of| flow out of| pass out of| evacuate . / exude| transude| leak| run through| out through| percolate|transcolate| egurgitate| strain| distill| perspire| sweat| drain|ooze| filter| filtrate| dribble| gush| spout| flow out| well| well out|pour| trickle| (water in motion) | effuse| extravasate [Med]|disembogue| discharge itself| debouch| come forth| break forth| burstout| burst through| find vent| escape . / effused outgoing . / [Motion into| actively] Reception reception| admission|admittance| entree| importation| introduction| intromission| immission|ingestion| imbibation| introception| absorption| ingurgitation|inhalation| suction| sucking| eating| drinking (food) | insertion | interjection | introit . / give entrance to| give admittance to| give the entree| introduce|intromit| usher| admit| receive| import| bring in| open the door to|throw in| ingest| absorb| imbibe| inhale| breathe in| let in| take in|suck in| draw in| readmit| resorb| reabsorb| snuff up| swallow|ingurgitate| engulf| engorge| gulp| eat| drink (food) . / admitting v . / | admitted admissable| absorbent . / [Motion out of| actively] Ejection ejection| emission|effusion| rejection| expulsion| exportation| eviction| extrusion|trajection| discharge . / emesis| vomiting| vomition . / egestion| evacuation| ructation| eructation| bloodletting|venesection [Med]| phlebotomy| paracentesis| expuition| exspuition|tapping| drainage| clearance| clearage . / deportation| banishment (punishment ) | rouge`s march|relegation| extradition| dislodgment . / bouncer [U . / S]| chucker-out [Slang] . / [material vomited] vomit| vomitus [Med]| puke| barf [Coll] . / give exit| give vent to| let out| give out| pour out| squeeze out|send out| dispatch| despatch| exhale| excern| excrete| embogue|secrete| secern| extravasate [Med]| shed| void| evacuation| emit| openthe sluices| open the floodgates| turn on the tap| extrude| detrude|effuse| spend| expend| pour forth| squirt| spirt| spurt| spill| slop|perspire (exude) | breathe| blow (wind) . / tap| draw off| bale out| lade out| let blood| broach . / eject| reject| expel| discard| cut| send to coventry| boycott|chasser [Fr-]| banish (punish) | bounce [U . / S]| fire [Slang]|fire out [Slang]| throw | throw out| throw up| throw off| throwaway| throw aside| push | throw out| throw off| throw away| throwaside| shovel out| shovel away| sweep out| sweep away| brush off| brushaway| whisk off| whisk away| turn off| turn away| send off| send away|discharge| send adrift| turn adrift| cast adrift| turn out| bundle out|throw overboard| give the sack to| send packing| send about one`sbusiness| send to the right about| strike off the roll (abrogate)| turn out neck and heels| turn out head and shoulders| turn outneck and crop| pack off| send away with a flea in the ear| send toJericho| bow out| show the door to| turn out of doors| turn out ofhouse and home| evict| oust| unhouse| unkennel| dislodge| unpeople|dispeople| depopulate| relegate| deport . / empty| drain to the dregs| sweep off| clear off| clear out| clearaway| suck| draw off| clean out| make a clean sweep of| clear decks|purge . / embowel| disbowel| disembowel| eviscerate| gut| unearth| rootout| root up| averuncate| weed out| get out| eliminate| get rid of| doaway with| shake off| exenterate . / vomit| throw up| regurgitate| spew| puke| keck| retch| heave|upchuck| chuck up| barf| belch out| cast up| bring up| be sick| getsick| worship the porcelain god . / disgorge| expectorate| clear the throat| hawk| spit| sputter|splutter| slobber| drivel| slaver| slabber| eructate| drool . / unpack| unlade| unload| unship| offload| break bulk| dump . / be let out . / spew forth| erupt| ooze (emerge) . / emitting| emitted| Int . / begone!| get you gone!| get away| go away| get along| go along|get along with you| go along with you!| go your way!| away with!| offwith you!| get the hell out of here! [Vulg]| go about your business!|be off!| avaunt!| aroynt!| allez-vous-en! [Fr-]| jao!| va-t`en! [Fr-]| [Eating] Food eating deglutition| gulp| epulation|mastication| manducation| rumination| gluttony . / [eating specific foods] hippophagy| ichthyophagy . / [Eating anatomy:] (appetite) | mouth| jaws| mandible|mazard| gob [Slang]| chops . / drinking potation| draught| libation| carousal (amusement) | drunkenness . / food| pabulum| aliment| nourishment| nutriment| sustenance|sustentation| sustention| nurture| subsistence| provender| corn| feed|fodder| provision| ration| keep| commons| board| commissariat (provision) | prey| forage| pasture| pasturage| fare| cheer| diet|dietary| regimen| belly timber| staff of life| bread| bread and cheese . / comestibles| eatables| victuals| edibles| ingesta| grub|grubstake| prog| meat| bread| bread stuffs| cerealia| cereals| viands|cates| delicacy| dainty| creature comforts| contents of the larder|fleshpots| festal board| ambrosia| good cheer| good living . / beef| bisquit| bun| cornstarch [U . / S]| cookie| cooky [U . / S]|cracker| doughnut| fatling| hardtack| hoecake [U . / S]| hominy [U . / S]|mutton| pilot bread| pork| roti| rusk| ship biscuit| veal| joint| piecede resistance [Fr-]| roast and boiled| remove| entremet| releve [Fr-]|hash| rechauffe [Fr-]| stew| ragout| fricassee| mince| pottage| potage|broth| soup| consomme| puree| spoonmeat| pie| pasty| volauvent|pudding| omelet| pastry| sweets | kickshaws| condiment . / appetizer| hors d`oeuvre [Fr-] . / main course| entree . / alligator pear| apple | apple slump| artichoke| ashcake|griddlecake| pancake| flapjack| atole| avocado| banana| beche de mer[Fr-]| barbecue| beefsteak| beet root| blackberry| blancmange| bloater|bouilli| bouillon| breadfruit| chop suey [U . / S]| chowder| chupatty|clam| compote| damper| fish| frumenty| grapes| hasty pudding| icecream| lettuce| mango| mangosteen| mince pie| oatmeal| oyster|pineapple| porridge| porterhouse steak| salmis| sauerkraut| sea slug|sturgeon (`Albany beef`)| succotash [U . / S]| supawn [U . / S]| trepang|vanilla| waffle| walnut . / table| cuisine| bill of fare| menu| table d`hote [Fr-]| ordinary|entree . / meal| repast| feed| spread| mess| dish| plate| course| regale|regalement| refreshment| entertainment| refection| collation| picnic|feast| banquet| junket| breakfast| lunch| luncheon| dejeuner [Fr-]|bever| tiffin| dinner| supper| snack| junk food| fast food| whet|bait| dessert| potluck| table d`hote [Fr-]| dejeuner a la fourchette[Fr-]| hearty meal| square meal| substantial meal| full meal| blowout[Slang]| light refreshment| bara| chotahazri| bara khana . / mouthful| bolus| gobbet| morsel| sop| sippet . / drink| beverage| liquor| broth| soup| potion| dram| draught|drench| swill [Slang]| nip| sip| sup| gulp . / wine| spirits| liqueur| beer| ale| malt liquor| Sir JohnBarleycorn| stingo| heavy wet| grog| toddy| flip| purl| punch| negus|cup| bishop| wassail| gin (intoxicating liquor) | coffee|chocolate| cocoa| tea| the cup that cheers but not inebriates| bockbeer| lager beer| Pilsener beer| schenck beer| Brazil tea| cider|claret| ice water| mate| mint julep [U . / S]| near beer| . / beer| noalcoholic beverage . / eating house . / [person who eats] diner| hippophage| glutton . / eat| feed| fare| devour| swallow| take| gulp| bolt| snap| fall to|despatch| dispatch| discuss| take down| get down| gulp down| lay in|tuck in [Slang]| lick| pick| peck| gormandize | bite| champ|munch| cranch| craunch| crunch| chew| masticate| nibble| gnaw| mumble . / live on| feed upon| batten upon| fatten upon| feast upon| browse|graze| crop| regale| carouse (make merry) | eat heartily| dojustice to| play a good knife and fork| banquet . / break bread| break one`s fast| breakfast| lunch| dine| take tea|sup . / drink in| drink up| drink one`s fill| quaff| sip| sup| suck| suckup| lap| swig| swill [Slang]| chugalug [Slang]| tipple (be drunken)| empty one`s glass| drain the cup| toss off| toss one`s glass| washdown| crack a bottle| wet one`s whistle . / purvey . / eatable| edible| esculent| comestible| alimentary| cereal|cibarious| dietetic| culinary| nutritive| nutritious| gastric|succulent| potable| potulent| bibulous . / omnivorous| carnivorous| herbivorous| granivorous| graminivorous|phytivorous| ichthyivorous| omophagic| omophagous| pantophagous|phytophagous| xylophagous . / across the walnuts and the wine [Tennyson]| blessed hour of ourdinners! [O . / Meredith]| now good digestion wait on appetite| and health onboth! [Macbeth]| who can cloy the hungry edge of appetite? [RichardII]| Excretion excretion| discharge| emanation| exhalation|exudation| extrusion| secretion| effusion| extravasation [Med]|ecchymosis [Med]| evacuation| dejection| faeces| excrement| shit|stools| crap [Vulg]| bloody flux| cacation| coeliac-flux| coeliac-passion| dysentery| perspiration| sweat| subation| exudation|diaphoresis| sewage| eccrinology [Med] . / saliva| spittle| rheum| ptyalism| salivation| catarrh| diarrhoea|ejecta| egesta [Biol]| sputa| excreta| lava| exuviae (uncleanness) [Lat-] . / hemorrhage| bleeding| outpouring (egress) . / excrete (eject) | emanate (come out) . / [Forcible ingress] Insertion insertion| implantation|introduction| insinuation (intervention) | planting| injection| inoculation| importation| infusion| forcible ingress |immersion| submersion| submergence| dip| plunge| bath (water) |interment . / clyster [Med]| enema| glyster| lavage| lavement . / insert| introduce| intromit| put into| run into| import| inject|interject | infuse| instill| inoculate| impregnate| imbue|imbrue . / graft| ingraft| bud| plant| implant| dovetail . / obtrude| thrust in| stick in| ram in| stuff in| tuck in| press|in| drive in| pop in| whip in| drop in| put in| impact| empierce (make a hole) [Obs] . / imbed| immerse| immerge| merge| bathe| soak (water) | dip|plunge . / bury (inter) . / insert itself| lodge itself | plunge in medias res . / inserted [Forcible egress] Extraction extraction| extracting removal| elimination| extrication| eradication| evolution . / evulsion| avulsion| wrench| expression| squeezing| extirpation|extermination| ejection | export (egress) . / extractor| corkscrew| forceps| pliers . / extract| draw| take out| draw out| pull out| tear out| pluck out|pick out| get out| wring from| wrench| extort| root up| weed up| grubup| rake up| root out| weed out| grub out| rake out| eradicate| pull upby the roots| pluck up by the roots| averruncate| unroot| uproot| pullup| extirpate| dredge . / remove| educe| elicit| evolve| extricate| eliminate (eject)| eviscerate . / express| squeeze out| press out . / extracted [Motion through] Passage passage| transmission| permeation|penetration| interpenetration| transudation| infiltration| endosmoseexosmose| endosmosis [Chem]| intercurrence| ingress | egress | path | conduit | opening | journey |voyage . / pass| pass through| perforate (hole) | penetrate| permeate|thread| thrid| enfilade| go through| go across| go over| pass over| cutacross| ford| cross| pass and repass| work| make one`s way| threadone`s way| worm one`s way| force one`s way| make a passage form apassage| cut one`s way through| find its way| find its vent| transmit|make way| clear the course| traverse| go over the ground . / passing intercurrent| endosmosmic| endosmotic [Chem] . / en passant (transit) [Fr-] . / [Motion beyond] Transcursion transcursion| transiliency|transgression| trespass| encroachment| infringement| extravagation|transcendence| redundancy . / transgress| surpass| pass| go beyond| go by| show in front| come tothe front| shoot ahead of| steal a march upon| steal a gain upon . / overstep| overpass| overreach| overgo| override| overleap|overjump| overskip| overlap| overshoot the mark| outstrip| outleap|outjump| outgo| outstep| outrun| outride| outrival| outdo| beat| beathollow| distance| leave in the lurch| leave in the rear| throw into theshade| exceed| transcend| surmount| soar (rise) . / encroach| trespass| infringe| trench upon| entrench on| intrenchon| strain| stretch a point| strain a point| cross the Rubicon . / surpassing beyond the mark| ahead . / [motion short of] Shortcoming shortcoming| failure| fallingshort default| defalcation| leeway| labor in vain| no go . / incompleteness | imperfection | insufficiency |noncompletion | failure . / | come short of| fall short of| stop short of| come short| fallshort| stop short| not reach| want| keep within bounds| keep within themark| keep within the compass . / break down| stick in the mud| collapse| flat out [U . / S]| come tonothing| fall through| fall to the ground| cave in| end in smoke| missthe mark| fail| lose ground| miss stays . / unreached| deficient| short| short of| minus| out of depth|perfunctory (neglect) . / within the mark| within the compass| within the bounds|behindhand| re infecta [Lat-]| to no purpose| for from it . / the bubble burst . / [Motion upwards] Ascent ascent| ascension| rising |acclivity| hill | flight of steps| flight of stairs| ladderrocket| lark| sky rocket| sky lark| Alpine Club . / ascend| rise| mount| arise| uprise| go up| get up| work one`s wayup| start up| shoot up| go into orbit| float up| bubble up| aspire . / climb| clamber| ramp| scramble| escalade| surmount| shin| shinny|shinney| scale| scale the heights . / [cause to go up] raise| elevate . / go aloft| fly aloft| tower| soar| take off| spring up| pop up|jump up| catapult upwards| explode upwards| hover| spire| plane| swim|float| surge| leap . / rising scandent| buoyant| supernatant| superfluitant|excelsior . / uphill . / [Motion downwards] Descent descent| descension| declension|declination| fall| falling slump| drop| plunge| plummet|cadence| subsidence| collapse| lapse| downfall| tumble| slip| tilt|trip| lurch| cropper| culbute| titubation| stumble| fate of Icarus . / avalanche| debacle| landslip| landslide . / declivity| dip| hill . / [equipment for descending by rappeling] rappel . / descend| go down| drop down| come down| fall| gravitate| drop| slip|slide| rappel| settle| plunge| plummet| crash| decline| set| sink|droop| come down a peg| slump . / dismount| alight| light| get down| swoop| stoop | fallprostrate| precipitate oneself| let fall . / tumble| trip| stumble| titubate| lurch| pitch| swag| topple|topple over| tumble over| topple down| tumble down| tilt| sprawl| plumpdown| come down a cropper . / descending descendent| decurrent| decursive| labent|deciduous| nodding to its fall . / downhill| downwards . / the bottom fell out . / Elevation elevation| raising erection| lift|sublevation| upheaval| sublimation| exaltation| prominence (convexity) . / lever | crane| derrick| windlass| capstan| winch| dredge|dredger| dredging machine . / dumbwaiter| elevator| escalator| lift . / heighten| elevate| raise| lift| erect| set up| stick up| perch up|perk up| tilt up| rear| hoist| heave| uplift| upraise| uprear| upbear|upcast| uphoist| upheave| buoy| weigh mount| give a lift| exalt|sublimate| place on a pedestal| set on a pedestal . / escalate (increase) . / take up| drag up| fish up| dredge . / stand up| rise up| get up| jump up| spring to one`s feet| holdoneself| hold one`s head up| drawn oneself up to his full height . / elevated stilted| attollent| rampant . / on stilts| on the shoulders of| on one`s legs| on one`s hind legs . / Depression lowering depression| dip (concavity)| abasement| detrusion| reduction . / overthrow| overset| overturn| upset| prostration| subversion|precipitation . / bow| courtesy| curtsy| genuflexion| genuflection| kowtow|obeisance| salaam . / depress| lower| let down| take down| let down a peg| take down apeg| cast| let drop| let fall| sink| debase| bring low| abase| reduce|detrude| pitch| precipitate . / overthrow| overturn| overset| upset| subvert| prostate| level|fell| cast down| take down| throw down| fling down| dash down| pulldown| cut down| knock down| hew down| raze| raze to the ground| rase tothe ground| trample in the dust| pull about one`s ears . / sit| sit down| couch| squat| crouch| stoop| bend| bow| courtesy|curtsy| bob| duck| dip| kneel| bend the knee| bow the knee| bend thehead| bow the head| cower| recline (be horizontal) . / depressed at a low ebb| prostrate (horizontal) |detrusive . / facinus quos inquinat aequat [Lat-] [Lucan] . / Leap leap| jump| hop| spring| bound| vault| saltation . / ance| caper| curvet| caracole| gambade| gambado| capriole|demivolt| buck| buck jump| hop skip and jump| falcade . / kangaroo| jerboa| chamois| goat| frog| grasshopper| flea|buckjumper| wallaby . / leap| jump up| jump over the moon| hop| spring| bound| vault| ramp|cut capers| trip| skip| dance| caper| buck| buck jump| curvet|caracole| foot it| bob| bounce| flounce| start| frisk (amusement)| jump about (agitation) | trip it on the light fantastic toe|trip the light fantastic| dance oneself off one`s legs| dance off one`sshoes . / leaping saltatory| frisky . / on the light fantastic toe . / di salto in salto [Italian] . / Plunge plunge| dip| dive| header| ducking diver . / plunge| dip| souse| duck| dive| plump| take a plunge| take a header|make a plunge| bathe (water) . / submerge| submerse| immerse| douse| sink| engulf| send to thebottom . / get out of one`s depth| go to the bottom| go down like a stone|drop like a lead balloon| founder| welter| wallow . / [Curvilinear motion] Circuition circuition| circulation|turn| curvet| excursion| circumvention| circumnavigation|circumambulation| northwest passage| circuit . / turning wrench| evolution| coil| corkscrew . / turn| bend| wheel| go about| put about| heel| go round to the rightabout| turn round to the right about| turn on one`s heel| make acircle| make a complete circle| describe a circle| describe a completecircle| go through degrees| go through degrees| pass through degrees| pass through degrees . / circumnavigate| circumambulate| circumvent| put a girdle roundabout the earth [M . / D]| go the round| make the round of . / wind| circulate| meander| whisk| twirl| twist (convolution)| make a detour (circuit) . / turning circuitous| circumforaneous| circumfluent . / round about . / [Motion in a continued circle] Rotation rotation|revolution| spinning| gyration| turning about an axis| turning aound anaxis| circulation| roll| circumrotation| circumvolution|circumgyration| volutation| circination| turbination| pirouette|convolution . / verticity| whir| whirl| eddy| vortex| whirlpool| gurge|countercurrent| Maelstrom| Charybdis| Ixion . / [rotating air] cyclone| tornado| whirlwind| dust devil . / [rotation of an automobile] spiout . / axis| axis of rotation| swivel| pivot| pivot point| axle| spindle|pin| hinge| pole| arbor| bobbin| mandrel| axle shaft| gymbal| hub| hubof rotation . / [rotation and translation together] helix| helical motion . / [measure of rotation] angular momentum| angular velocity|revolutions per minute| RPM . / [result of rotation] centrifugal force| surge| vertigo| dizzyround| coriolus force . / [things that go around] carousel| merry-go-round| Ferris wheel|top| dreidel| teetotum| gyroscope| turntable| lazy suzan| screw|whirligig| rollingstone| water wheel| windmill| wheel| pulley wheel|roulette wheel| potter`s wheel| pinwheel| gear| roller| flywheel| jack|caster| centrifuge| ultracentrifuge| bench centrifuge| refrigeratedcentrifuge| gas centrifuge| microfuge| drill| augur| oil rig| wagonwheel| wheel| tire| tyre [Brit] . / [Science of rotary motion] trochilics . / [person who rotates] whirling dervish . / rotate| roll along| revolve| spin| turn round| circumvolve|circulate| gyre| gyrate| wheel| whirl| pirouette| twirl| trundle|troll| bowl . / roll up| furl| wallow| welter| box the compass| spin like a top|spin like a teetotum . / [of an automobile] spin out . / rotating rotary| rotary| circumrotatory| trochilic|vertiginous| gyratory| vortical| vorticose . / head over heels| round and round| like a horse in a mill . / [Motion in the reverse circle] Evolution evolution|unfolding| development| evolvement| unfoldment| eversion (inversion) evolve| unfold| unroll| unwind| uncoil| untwist| unfurl| untwine|unravel| untangle| disentangle| develop . / evolving evolved [Reciprocating motion| motion to and fro] Oscillation oscillation| vibration| libration| motion of a pendulum| nutation|undulation| pulsation| pulse . / alternation| coming and going ebb and flow| flux andreflux| ups and down . / fluctuation| vacillation (irresolution) . / wave| vibratiuncle| swing| beat| shake| wag| seesaw| dance| lurch|dodge| logan| loggan| rocking-stone| vibroscope . / oscillate| vibrate| librate| alternate| undulate| wave| rock| swing|pulsate| beat| wag| waggle| nod| bob| courtesy| curtsy| tick| play|wamble| wabble| dangle| swag . / fluctuate| dance| curvet| reel| quake| quiver| quaver| shake|flicker| wriggle| roll| toss| pitch| flounder| stagger| totter| move upand down| bob up and down | pass and repass| ebb and flow| comeand go| vacillate | teeter [U . / S] . / brandish| shake| flourish . / oscillating oscillatory| undulatory| pulsatory| libratory|rectilinear| vibratory| vibratile| pendulous . / to and fro| up and down| backwards and forwards| hither and yon|seesaw| zigzag| wibble-wabble| in and out| from side to side| likebuckets in a well . / [Irregular motion] Agitation agitation| stir| tremor| shake|ripple| jog| jolt| jar| jerk| shock| succussion| trepidation| quiver|quaver| dance| jactitation| quassation| shuffling twitter|flicker| flutter . / turbulence| perturbation| commotion| turmoil| disquiet| tumult|tumultuation| hubbub| rout| bustle| fuss| racket| subsultus| staggers|megrims| epilepsy| fits| carphology| chorea| floccillation| the jerks|St . / Vitus`s dance| tilmus . / spasm| throe| throb| palpitation| convulsion . / disturbance| chaos (disorder) | restlessness (changeableness) . / ferment| fermentation| ebullition| effervescence| hurly-burly|cahotage| tempest| storm| ground swell| heavy sea| whirlpool| vortex | whirlwind (wind) . / be agitated | shake| tremble| tremble like an aspen leaf| quiver|quaver| quake| shiver| twitter| twire| writhe| toss| shuffle| tumble|stagger| bob| reel| sway| wag| waggle| wriggle| wriggle like an eel|dance| stumble| shamble| flounder| totter| flounce| flop| curvet|prance| cavort [U . / S]| squirm . / throb| pulsate| beat| palpitate| go pitapat| flutter| flitter|flicker| bicker| bustle . / ferment| effervesce| foam| boil| boil over| bubble up| simmer . / toss about| jump about| jump like a parched pea| shake like anaspen leaf| shake to its center| shake to its foundations| be the sportof the winds and waves| reel to and fro like a drunken man| move frompost to pillar and from pillar to post| drive from post to pillar andfrom pillar to post| keep between hawk and buzzard . / agitate| shake| convulse| toss| tumble| bandy| wield| brandish|flap| flourish| whisk| jerk| hitch| jolt| jog| joggle| jostle| buffet|hustle| disturb| stir| shake up| churn| jounce| wallop| whip|vellicate . / shaking agitated tremulous| desultory| subsultory|saltatoric| quasative| shambling| giddy-paced| saltatory| convulsive|unquiet| restless| all of a twitter . / by fits and starts| subsultorily | per saltum [Lat-]| hopskip and jump| in convulsions| in fits . / tempete dans un verre d`eau [Fr-] . / Materiality materiality| materialness| corporeity|corporality| substantiality| substantialness| flesh and blood| plenum|physical condition . / matter| body| substance| brute matter| stuff| element| principle|parenchyma [Biol]| material| substratum| hyle| corpus| pabulum| frame . / object| article| thing| something| still life| stocks and stones|materials . / [Science of matter] physics| somatology| somatics| naturalphilosophy| experimental philosophy| physicism| physical science|philosophie positive [Fr-]| materialism| materialist| physicist|somatism| somatist . / material| bodily| corporeal| corporal| physical| somatic|somatoscopic| sensible| tangible| ponderable| palpable| substantial . / objective| impersonal| nonsubjective| neuter| unspiritual|materialistic . / Immateriality immateriality| immaterialness| incorporeity|spirituality| inextension| astral plane . / personality| I| myself| me| ego| spirit (soul) | astralbody| immaterialism| spiritualism| spiritualist . / disembody| spiritualize . / immaterial| immateriate| incorporeal| incorporal| incorporate|unfleshly| supersensible| asomatous| unextended| unembodied|disembodied| extramundane| unearthly| pneumatoscopic| spiritual (psychical) [Obs] . / personal| subjective| nonobjective . / World world| creation| nature| universe| earth| globe| wideworld| cosmos| kosmos| terraqueous globe| sphere| macrocosm| megacosm|music of the spheres . / heavens| sky| welkin| empyrean| starry cope| starry heaven| starryhost| firmament| Midgard| supersensible regions| varuna| vault ofheaven| canopy of heaven| celestial spaces . / heavenly bodies| stars| asteroids| nebulae| galaxy| milky way|galactic circle| via lactea [Lat-]| ame no kawa [Jap] . / sun| orb of day| Apollo| Phoebus| photosphere| chromosphere| solarsystem| planet| planetoid| comet| satellite| moon| orb of night| Diana|silver-footed queen| aerolite| meteor| planetary ring| falling star|shooting star| meteorite| uranolite . / constellation| zodiac| signs of the zodiac| Charles`s wain| BigDipper| Little Dipper| Great Bear| Southern Cross| Orion`s belt|Cassiopea`s chair| Pleiades . / colures| equator| ecliptic| orbit . / [Science of heavenly bodies] astronomy| uranography| uranology|cosmology| cosmography| cosmogony| eidouranion| orrery| geodesy (measurement) | star gazing| star gazer| astronomer| observatory|planetarium . / cosmic| cosmical| mundane| terrestrial| terrestrious|terraqueous| terrene| terreous| telluric| earthly| geotic| under thesun| sublunary| subastral . / solar| heliacal| lunar| celestial| heavenly| sphery| starry|stellar| sidereal| sideral| astral| nebular| uranic . / in all creation| on the face of the globe| here below| under thesun . / die Weltgeschichte ist das Weltergesicht [Germ-]| earth is but thefrozen echo of the silent voice of God [Hageman]| green calm below|blue quietness above [Whittier]| hanging in a golden chain this pendantWorld [Paradise Lost]| nothing in nature is unbeautiful [Tennyson]|silently as a dream the fabric rose [Cowper]| some touch of nature`sgenial glow [Scott]| this majestical roof fretted with golden fire[Hamlet]| through knowledge we behold the World`s creation [Spenser] . / Gravity gravity| gravitation| weight| heaviness |specific gravity| pondorosity| pressure| load| burden| burthen|ballast| counterpoise| lump of| mass of| weight of . / lead| millstone| mountain| Ossa on Pelion . / weighing| ponderation| trutination| weights| avoirdupois weight|troy weight| apothecaries` weight| grain| scruple| drachma| ounce|pound| lb| arroba| load| stone| hundredweight| cwt| ton| long ton|metric ton| quintal| carat| pennyweight| tod . / [metric weights] gram| centigram| milligram| microgram| kilogram|nanogram| picogram| femtogram| attogram . / [Weighing Instrument] balance| scale| scales| steelyard| beam|weighbridge| spring balance| piezoelectric balance| analytical balance|two-pan balance| one-pan balance| postal scale| baby scale . / [Science of gravity] statics . / be heavy | gravitate| weigh| press| cumber| load . / [Measure the weight of] weigh| poise . / weighty| weighing heavy as lead| ponderous| ponderable|lumpish| lumpy| cumbersome| burdensome| cumbrous| unwieldy| massive . / incumbent| superincumbent . / Levity levity| lightness | imponderability| buoyancy|volatility . / feather| dust| mote| down| thistle| down| flue| cobweb| gossamer|straw| cork| bubble| balloon| float| buoy| ether| air . / leaven| ferment| barm| yeast . / lighter-thaair balloon| helium balloon| hydrogen balloon| hotair balloon . / convection| thermal draft| thermal . / be light | float| rise| swim| be buoyed up . / render light | lighten| leaven . / light| subtile| airy| imponderous| imponderable| astatic|weightless| ethereal| sublimated| gossamery| suberose| suberous|uncompressed| volatile| buoyant| floating portable . / light as a feather| light as a thistle| light as air| lighter thanair| rise like a balloon| float like a balloon Density density| solidity| solidness |impenetrability| impermeability| incompressibility| imporosity|cohesion | constipation| consistence| spissitude . / specific gravity| hydrometer| areometer . / condensation| caseation| solidation| solidification|consolidation| concretion| coagulation| petrification (hardening)| crystallization| precipitation| deposit| precipitate|inspissation| gelation| thickening indivisibility|indiscerptibility| insolubility| indissolvableness . / solid body| mass| block| knot| lump| concretion| concrete|conglomerate| cake| clot| stone| curd| coagulum| bone| gristle|cartilage| casein| crassamentum| legumin . / superdense matter| condensed states of matter| dwarf star| neutronstar . / be dense | become solid| render solid | solidify|solidate| concrete| set| take a set| consolidate| congeal| coagulate|curd| curdle| lopper| fix| clot| cake| candy| precipitate| deposit|cohere| crystallize| petrify (harden) . / condense| thicken| gel| inspissate| incrassate| compress|squeeze| ram down| constipate . / dense| solid| solidified caseous| pukka| coherent| cohesive | compact| close| serried| thickset| substantial| massive|lumpish| impenetrable| impermeable| nonporous| imporous|incompressible| constipated| concrete (hard) | knotted| knotty|gnarled| crystalline| crystallizable| thick| grumous| stuffy . / undissolved| unmelted| unliquefied| unthawed . / indivisible| indiscerptible| infrangible| indissolvable|indissoluble| insoluble| infusible . / Rarity rarity| tenuity| absence of solidity |subtility| subtilty| subtlety| sponginess| compressibility . / rarefaction| expansion| dilatation| inflation| subtilization . / vaporization| evaporation| diffusion| gassification . / ether (gas) . / rarefy| expand| dilate| subtilize . / rare| subtile| thin| fine| tenuous| compressible| flimsy| slight|light | cavernous| spongy (hollow) . / rarefied unsubstantial| uncompact| incompressed|rarefiable . / Hardness hardness | rigidity| renitence| renitency|inflexibility| temper| callosity| durity . / induration| petrifaction| lapidification| lapidescence|vitrification| ossification| crystallization . / stone| pebble| flint| marble| rock| fossil| crag| crystal| quartz|granite| adamant| bone| cartilage| hardware| heart of oak| block|board| deal board| iron| steel| cast iron| decarbonized iron| wroughtiron| nail| brick| concrete| cement . / render hard | harden| stiffen| indurate| petrify| temper|ossify| vitrify| accrust . / hard| rigid| stubborn| stiff| firm| starch| starched| stark|unbending| unlimber| unyielding| inflexible| tense| indurate|indurated| gritty| proof . / adamant| adamantine| adamantean| concrete| stony| granitic|calculous| lithic| vitreous| horny| corneous| bony| osseous| ossific|cartilaginous| hard as a rock n . / | stiff as buckram| stiff as apoker| stiff as starch| stiff as as board . / Softness softness| pliableness | flexibility|pliancy| pliability| sequacity| malleability| ductility| tractility|extendibility| extensibility| plasticity| inelasticity| flaccidity|laxity . / penetrability . / clay| wax| butter| dough| pudding| alumina| argil| cushion|pillow| feather bed| down| padding| wadding| foam . / mollification| softening render soft | soften| mollify| mellow| relax| temper| mash|knead| squash . / bend| yield| relent| relax| give . / plasticize` . / soft| tender| supple| pliant| pliable| flexible| flexile| lithe|lithesome| lissom| limber| plastic| ductile| tractile| tractable|malleable| extensile| sequacious| inelastic| aluminous| remollient . / yielding flabby| limp| flimsy . / doughy| spongy| penetrable| foamy| cushiony . / flaccid| flocculent| downy| edematous| oedematous| medullary[Anat]| argillaceous| mellow . / soft as butter| soft as down| soft as silk| yielding as wax|tender as chicken . / Elasticity elasticity| springiness| spring| resilience|renitency| buoyancy . / rubber| India rubber| Indian rubber| latex| caoutchouc| whalebone|gum elastic| baleen| natural rubber| neoprene| synthetic rubber| Buna-S| plastic . / flexibility| Young`s modulus . / stretch| flex| extend| distend| be elastic | bounce| springback (recoil) . / elastic| flexible| tensile| spring| resilient| renitent| buoyant|ductile| stretchable| extendable . / the stress is proportional to the strain . / Inelasticity want of elasticity| absence of elasticity | inelasticity (softness) | unyielding| inelastic| inflexible (soft) | irresilient . / Tenacity {ant . / } tenacity| toughness| strength| (cohesion) | grip| grasp|stickiness| (cohesion) | sequacity| stubbornness (obstinacy)||glue| cement| glutinousness| sequaciousness| viscidity|(semiliquidity) . / leather| white leather| whitleather| gristle| cartilage . / unbreakability| tensile strength . / be tenacious | resist fracture . / grip| grasp| stick (cohesion) . / tenacious| tough| strong| resisting| sequacious| stringy| gristlycartilaginous| leathery| coriaceous| tough as whitleather| stubborn (obstinate) . / unbreakable| indivisible| atomic . / Brittleness {ant . / } brittleness | fragility| friability| frangibility|fissibility| house of cards| house of glass . / be brittle | live in a glass house . / break| crack| snap| split| shiver| splinter| crumble| break short|burst| fly| give way| fall to pieces| crumble to| crumble into dust . / brittle| brash [U . / S]| breakable| weak| frangible| fragile| frail|gimcrack| shivery| fissile| splitting lacerable| splintery|crisp| crimp| short| brittle as glass . / [Structure] Texture structure (form) | organization|anatomy| frame| mold| fabric| construction| framework| carcass|architecture| stratification| cleavage . / substance| stuff| compages| parenchyma [Biol]| constitution|staple| organism . / [Science of structures] organography| osteology| myology|splanchnology| neurology| angiography| adeology| angiography|adenography . / texture| surface texture| intertexture| contexture| tissue|grain| web| surface| warp and woof| warp and weft| tooth| nap (roughness) | flatness (smoothness) | fineness of grain|coarseness of grain| dry goods . / silk| satin| muslin| burlap . / [Science of textures] histology . / structural| organic| anatomic| anatomical . / textural| textile| fine grained| coarse grained| fine| delicate|subtile| gossamery| filmy| silky| satiny| coarse| homespun . / rough| gritty| smooth . / smooth as silk| smooth as satin . / Pulverulence powderiness [State of powder]| pulverulence|sandiness | efflorescence| friability . / powder| dust| sand| shingle| sawdust| grit| meal| bran| flour|farina| rice| paddy| spore| sporule| crumb| seed| grain| particle (smallness) | limature| filings| debris| detritus| tailings| talusslope| scobs| magistery| fine powder| flocculi [Lat-] . / smoke| cloud of dust| cloud of sand| cloud of smoke| puff ofsmoke| volume of smoke| sand storm| dust storm . / [Reduction to powder] pulverization| comminution| attenuation|granulation| disintegration| subaction| contusion| trituration [Chem]|levigation| abrasion| detrition| multure| limitation| tripsis| filing [Instruments for pulverization] mill| arrastra| gristmill|grater| rasp| file| mortar and pestle| nutmeg grater| teeth| grinder|grindstone| kern| quern| koniology . / come to dust| be disintegrated| be reduced to powder reduce topowder| grind to powder| pulverize| comminute| granulate| triturate|levigate| scrape| file| abrade| rub down| grind| grate| rasp| pound|bray| bruise| contuse| contund| beat| crush| cranch| craunch| crunch|scranch| crumble| disintegrate| attenuate . / powdery| pulverulent| granular| mealy| floury| farinaceous|branny| furfuraceous| flocculent| dusty| sandy| sabulous| psammous|arenose| arenarious| arenaceous| gritty| efflorescent| impalpable|lentiginous| lepidote| sabuline| sporaceous| sporous . / pulverizable| friable| crumbly| shivery| pulverized attrite| in pieces . / Friction friction| attrition| rubbing| abrasion| scraping confrication| detrition| contrition| affriction| abrasion|arrosion| limature| frication| rub| elbow grease| rosin| massage|roughness . / rolling friction| sliding friction| starting friction . / rub| scratch| scrape| scrub| slide| fray| rasp| graze| curry| scour|polish| rub out| wear down| gnaw| file| grind (reduce to powder) set one`s teeth on edge| rosin . / anatriptic| attrite . / [Absence of friction . / Prevention of friction] Lubrication smoothness | unctuousness . / lubrication| lubrification| anointment| oiling synovia[Anat]| glycerine| oil| lubricating oil| grease | saliva|lather . / teflon . / lubricate| lubricitate| oil| grease| lather| soap| wax . / lubricated lubricous . / FLUID MATTER Fluids in General Fluidity fluidity| liquidity| liquidness | gaseity [Obs] . / fluid| inelastic fluid| liquid| liquor| lymph| humor| juice| sap|serum| blood| serosity| gravy| rheum| ichor| sanies| chyle [Med] . / solubility| solubleness . / [Science of liquids at rest] hydrology| hydrostatics|hydrodynamics . / be fluid | flow (water in motion) | liquefy| melt|condense . / liquid| fluid| serous| juicy| succulent| sappy| ichorous| fluent (flowing) . / liquefied | uncongealed| soluble . / Gaseity gaseity| vaporousness | flatulence|flatulency| volatility| aeration| aerification . / elastic fluid| gas| air| vapor| ether| steam| essence| fume| reek|effluvium| flatus| cloud | ammonia| ammoniacal gas| volatilealkali| vacuum| partial vacuum . / [Science of elastic fluids] pneumatics| pneumatostatics|aerostatics| aerodynamics . / gasmeter| gasometer| air bladder| swimming bladder| sound| (of afish) . / vaporize| evaporate| evanesce| gasify| emit vapor | diffuse . / gaseous| aeriform| ethereal| aerial| airy| vaporous| volatile|evaporable| flatulent . / Liquefaction liquefaction| liquescence| liquescency|melting (heat) | colliquation| colliquefaction| thaw| liquation|deliquation| deliquescence| lixiviation| dissolution . / solution| apozem| lixivium| infusion| flux . / solvent| menstruum| alkahest . / render liquid | liquefy| run| deliquesce| melt (heat) |solve| dissolve| resolve| liquate| hold in solution| condense|precipitate| rain . / liquefied v . / | liquescent| liquefiable| deliquescent| soluble|colliquative . / Vaporization vaporization| volatilization| gasification|evaporation| vaporation| distillation| cupellation [Chem]| cohobation|sublimination| exhalation| volatility . / vaporizer| still| retort| fumigation| steaming| bay salt| chlorideof sodium . / mister| spray . / bubble| effervescence . / ` render gaseous | vaporize| volatilize| distill| sublime|evaporate| exhale| smoke| transpire| emit vapor| fume| reek| steam|fumigate| cohobate| finestill . / bubble| sparge| effervesce| boil . / volatilized reeking volatile| evaporable|vaporizable . / bubbly| effervescent| boiling . / Specific Fluids Water water| serum| serosity| lymph| rheum| diluent| agua[Spanish]| aqua| pani . / dilution| maceration| lotion| washing immersion|humectation| infiltration| spargefaction| affusion| irrigation|douche| balneation| bath . / deluge (water in motion) | high water| flood tide . / be watery | reek . / add water| water| wet| moisten | dilute| dip| immerse|merge| immerge| submerge| plunge| souse| duck| drown| soak| steep|macerate| pickle| wash| sprinkle| lave| bathe| affuse| splash| swash|douse| drench| dabble| slop| slobber| irrigate| inundate| deluge|syringe| inject| gargle . / watery| aqueous| aquatic| hydrous| lymphatic| balneal| diluent|drenching diluted weak| wet (moist) . / the waters are out . / Air air (gas) | common air| atmospheric air|atmosphere| aerosphere . / open air| sky| welkin| blue sky| cloud . / weather| climate| rise and fall of the barometer| isobar . / [Science of air] aerology| aerometry| aeroscopy| aeroscopy|aerography| meteorology| climatology| pneumatics| eudioscope|baroscope| aeroscope| eudiometer| barometer| aerometer| aneroid|baroscope| weather gauge| weather glass| weather cock . / exposure to the air| exposure to the weather| ventilation|aerostation| aeronautics| aeronaut . / air| ventilate| fan (wind) . / containing air| flatulent| effervescent| windy . / atmospheric| airy| aerial| aeriform| meteorological| weatherwise . / in the open air| a la belle etoile [Fr-]| al fresco| sub jove dio[Lat-] . / Moisture moisture| moistness | humidity| humectation|madefaction| dew| serein| marsh | hygrometry| hygrometer . / moisten| wet| humect| humectate| sponge| damp| bedew| imbue|imbrue| infiltrate| saturate| soak| drench (water) . / be moist | not have a dry thread| perspire (exude) . / moist| damp| watery | madid| roric| undried| humid| sultry|wet| dank| luggy| dewy| roral| rorid| roscid| juicy . / wringing wet| soaking wet| wet through to the skin| saturated swashy| soggy| dabbled| reeking| dripping| soaking| soft| sodden|sloppy| muddy| swampy (marshy) | irriguous . / Dryness dryness | siccity| aridity| drought| ebbtide| low water . / exsiccation| desiccation| arefaction| dephlegmation| drainage|drier . / [chemical subs . / which renders dry] desiccative| dessicator . / [device to render dry] dessicator| hair drier| clothes drier| gasdrier| electric drier| vacuum oven| drying oven| kiln| lyophilizer . / clothesline . / be dry . / render dry | dry| dry up| soak up| sponge|swab| wipe| drain . / desiccate| dehydrate| exsiccate| parch . / kiln dry| vacuum dry| blow dry| oven dry| hang out to dry . / mummify . / be fine| hold up . / dry| anhydrous| arid| adust| arescent| dried undamped|juiceless| sapless| sear| husky| rainless| without rain| fine| dry as abone| dry as dust| dry as a stick| dry as a mummy| dry as a biscuit . / water proof| water tight . / dehydrated| dessicated . / Ocean sea| ocean| main| deep| brine| salt water| waves|billows| high seas| offing| great waters| watery waste| vasty deep|wave| tide| (water in motion) . / hydrography| hydrographer| Neptune| Poseidon| Thetis| Triton|Naiad| Nereid| sea nymph| Siren| trident| dolphin . / oceanic| marine| maritime| pelagic| pelagian| seagoing|hydrographic| bathybic| cotidal . / at sea| on sea| afloat . / Land land| earth| ground| dry land| terra firma . / continent| mainland| peninsula| chersonese [Fr-]| delta| tongue ofland| neck of land| isthmus| oasis| promontory (projection) |highland (height) . / coast| shore| scar| strand| beach| playa| bank| lea| seaboard|seaside| seabank| seacoast| seabeach| ironbound coast| loom of theland| derelict| innings| alluvium| alluvion| ancon . / riverbank| river bank| levee . / soil| glebe| clay| loam| marl| cledge| chalk| gravel| mold|subsoil| clod| clot| rock| crag . / acres| real estate (property) | landsman . / land| come to land| set foot on the soil| set foot on dry land| comeashore| go ashore| debark . / earthy| continental| midland| coastal| littoral| riparian|alluvial| terrene (world) | landed| predial| territorial|geophilous| ripicolous . / ashore| on shore| on land . / Gulf . / Lake land covered with water| gulf| gulph| bay| inlet|bight| estuary| arm of the sea| bayou [U . / S]| fiord| armlet| frith|firth| ostiary| mouth| lagune| lagoon| indraught| cove| creek| naturalharbor| roads| strait| narrows| Euripus| sound| belt| gut| kyles|continental slope| continental shelf . / lake| loch| lough| mere| tarn| plash| broad| pond| pool| lin|puddle| slab| well| artesian well| standing water| dead water| sheet ofwater| fish pond| mill pond| ditch| dike| dyke| dam| reservoir (store) | alberca| barachois| hog wallow [U . / S] . / lacustrine . / Plain plain| table-land| face of the country| open country|champaign country| basin| downs| waste| weary waste| desert| wild|steppe| pampas| savanna| prairie| heath| common| wold| veldt| moor|moorland| bush| plateau (level) | campagna| alkali flat| llano|mesa| mesilla [U . / S]| playa| shaking prairie| trembling prairie| vega[Spanish] . / meadow| mead| haugh| pasturage| park| field| lawn| green| plat|plot| grassplat| greensward| sward| turf| sod| heather| lea| ley| lay|grounds| maidan| agostadero . / champaign| alluvial| campestral| campestrial| campestrian|campestrine . / Marsh marsh| swamp| morass| marish| moss| fen| bog|quagmire| slough| sump| wash| mud| squash| slush| baygall [U . / S]|cienaga| jhil| vlei . / marsh| marshy| swampy| boggy| plashy| poachy| quaggy| soft|muddy| sloppy| squashy| paludal| moorish| moory| fenny . / Island island| isle| islet| eyot| ait| holf| reef| atoll|breaker| archipelago| islander . / insular| seagirt| archipelagic . / Fluids in Motion [Fluid in motion] Stream stream (of water) | (of air) flowmeter . / flow | blow . / [Water in motion] River running water . / jet| spirt| spurt| squirt| spout| spray| splash| rush| gush| jetd`eau [Fr-]| sluice . / water spout| water fall| cascade| force| foss| lin| linn| ghyll|Niagara| cataract| rapids| white water| catadupe| cataclysm| debacle|inundation| deluge| chute| washout . / rain| rainfall| serein| shower| scud| downpour| driving rain|drenching rain| cloudburst| hyetology| hyetography| predominance ofAquarius| reign of St . / Swithin| mizzle| drizzle| stillicidum| plash| dropping falling weather| northeaster| hurricane| typhoon . / stream| course| flux| flow| profluence| effluence (egress) |defluxion| flowing current| tide| race| coulee . / spring| artesian well| fount| fountain| rill| rivulet| gill|gullet| rillet| streamlet| brooklet| branch [U . / S]| runnel| sike|burn| beck| creek| brook| bayou| stream| river| reach| tributary . / geyser| spout| waterspout . / body of water| torrent| rapids| flush| flood| swash| spring tide|high tide| full tide| bore| tidal bore| eagre| hygre| fresh| freshet|indraught| reflux| undercurrent| eddy| vortex| gurge| whirlpool|Maelstrom| regurgitation| overflow| confluence| corrivation . / wave| billow| surge| swell| ripple| anerythmon gelasma [Gr]|beach comber| riffle [U . / S]| rollers| ground swell| surf| breakers|white horses| whitecaps| rough sea| heavy sea| high seas| cross sea|long sea| short sea| chopping sea . / [Science of fluids in motion] hydrodynamics| hydraulics|hydraulicostatics| rain gauge| flowmeter| pegology . / irrigation (water) | pump| watering pot| watering cart|hydrant| syringe| garden hose| lawn spray| bhisti| mussuk . / flow| run| meander| gush| pour| spout| roll| jet| well| issue| drop|drip| dribble| plash| spirtle| trill| trickle| distill| percolate|stream| overflow| inundate| deluge| flow over| splash| swash| guggle|murmur| babble| bubble| purl| gurgle| sputter| spurt| spray|regurgitate| ooze| flow out (egress) . / rain hard| rain in torrents| rain cats and dogs| rain pitchforks|pour with rain| drizzle| spit| set in| mizzle . / flow into| fall into| open into| drain into| discharge itself|disembogue . / [Cause a flow] pour| pour out (discharge) | shower down|irrigate| drench (wet) | spill| splash . / [Stop a flow] stanch| dam| up (close) | obstruct . / fluent| diffluent| profluent| affluent| tidal| flowing meandering| meandry| meandrous| fluvial| fluviatile| streamy| showery|rainy| pluvial| stillicidous| stillatitious . / for men may come and men may go but I go on forever [Tennyson]|that old man river| he just keeps rolling along [Showboat] . / [Air in motion] Wind wind| draught| flatus| afflatus|efflation| eluvium| air| breath| breath of air| puff| whiff| zephyr|blow| breeze| drift| aura| stream| current| jet stream| undercurrent . / gust| blast| squall| gale| half a gale| storm| tempest| hurricane|whirlwind| tornado| samiel| cyclone| anticyclone| typhoon| simoon|simoom| harmattan| monsoon| trade wind| sirocco| mistral| bise|tramontane| levanter| capful of wind| fresh breeze| stiff breeze| keenblast| blizzard| barber [Can]| candelia| chinook| foehn| khamsin|norther| vendaval| wuther . / windiness | ventosity| rough weather| dirty weather| uglyweather| stress of weather| dirty sky| mare`s tail| thick squall| blacksquall| white squall . / anemography| aerodynamics| wind gauge| weathercock| vane| weather-vane| wind sock| anemometer| anemoscope . / sufflation| insufflation| perflation| inflation| afflation|blowing| fanning ventilation . / sneezing errhine| sternutative| sternutatory|sternutation| hiccup| hiccough| catching of the breath . / Eolus| Boreas| Zephyr| cave of Eolus . / air pump| air blower| lungs| bellows| blowpipe| fan| ventilator|punkah| branchiae| gills| flabellum| vertilabrum . / whiffle ball . / blow| waft| blow hard| blow great guns| blow a hurricane n . / |wuther| stream| issue . / respire| breathe| puff| whiff| whiffle| gasp| wheeze| snuff|snuffle| sniff| sniffle| sneeze| cough . / fan| ventilate| inflate| perflate| blow up . / blowing windy| flatulent| breezy| gusty| squally| stormy|tempestuous| blustering| boisterous (violent) . / pulmonic [Med]| pulmonary . / lull`d by soft zephyrs [Pope]| the storm is up and all is on thehazard [Julius Caesar]| the winds were wither`d in the stagnant air[Byron]| while mocking winds are piping loud [Milton]| winged with redlightning and tempestuous rage [Paradise Lost] . / [Channel for the passage of water] Conduit conduit|channel| duct| watercourse| race| head race| tail race| abito|aboideau| aboiteau [Fr-]| bito| acequia| acequiador| acequiamadre|arroyo| adit| aqueduct| canal| trough| gutter| pantile| flume| ingate|runner| lock-weir| tedge| vena| dike| main| gully| moat| ditch| drain|sewer| culvert| cloaca| sough| kennel| siphon| piscina| pipe (tube)| funnel| tunnel (passage) | water pipe| waste pipe|emunctory| gully hole| artery| aorta| pore| spout| scupper| adjutage|ajutage| hose| gargoyle| gurgoyle| penstock| weir| flood gate| watergate| sluice| lock| valve| rose| waterworks . / pipeline . / vascular (with holes) . / [Channel for the passage of air] Airpipe air pipe| airtube| airhole| blowhole| breathinghole| venthole| shaft| flue|chimney| funnel| vent| nostril| nozzle| throat| weasand| trachea|bronchus| bronchia [Med]| larynx| tonsils| windpipe| spiracle|ventiduct| ventilator| louvre| jalousie| Venetian blinds| blowpipe (wind) | pipe (tube) | jhilmil| smokestack . / screen| window screen . / ` artificial lung| iron lung| heart and lungmachine . / IMPERFECT FLUIDS Semiliquidity semiliquidity| stickiness | viscidity|viscosity| gummosity| glutinosity| mucosity| spissitude| crassitude|lentor| adhesiveness (cohesion) . / inspissation| incrassation| thickening . / jelly| mucilage| gelatin| gluten| carlock| fish glue| ichthyocol|ichthycolla| isinglass| mucus| phlegm| goo| pituite| lava| glair|starch| gluten| albumen| milk| cream| protein| treacle| gum| size| glue(tenacity) | wax| beeswax . / emulsion| soup| squash| mud| slush| slime| ooze| moisture |marsh . / inspissate| incrassate| thicken| mash| squash| churn| beat up . / sinter . / semifluid| semiliquid| tremellose| half melted| half frozen|milky| muddy n . / | lacteal| lactean| lacteous| lactescent|lactiferous| emulsive| curdled| thick| succulent| uliginous . / gelatinous| albuminous| mucilaginous| glutinous| glutenous|gelatin| mastic| amylaceous| ropy| clammy| clotted| viscid| viscous|sticky| tacky| gooey| slab| slabby| lentous| pituitous| mucid|muculent| mucous| gummy . / [Mixture of air and water] Bubble [Cloud] bubble| foam|froth| head| spume| lather| suds| spray| surf| yeast| barm| spindrift . / cloud| vapor| fog| mist| haze| steam| geyser| scud| messenger|rack| nimbus| cumulus| woolpack| cirrus| stratus| cirrostratus|cumulostratus| cirrocumulus| mackerel sky| mare`s tale| dirty sky| curlcloud| frost smoke| thunderhead . / [Science of clouds] nephelognosy| nephograph| nephology . / effervescence| fermentation| bubbling nebula| cloudliness (opacity) [Obs]| nebulosity (dimness) . / bubble| boil| foam| froth| mantle| sparkle| guggle| gurgle|effervesce| ferment| fizzle . / bubbling frothy| nappy| effervescent| sparkling| mousseux[Fr-]| frothy [Fr-Tr]| up . / cloudy n . / | thunderheaded| vaporous| nebulous| overcast . / the lowring element scowls o`er the darkened landscip [ParadiseLost] . / Pulpiness pulpiness | pulp| taste| dough| curd| pap|rob| jam| pudding| poultice| grume . / mush| oatmeal| baby food . / pulpy n . / | pultaceous| grumous| baccate . / Unctuousness unctuousness | unctuosity| lubricity|ointment (oil) | anointment| lubrication . / oil (lubricate) . / unctuous| oily| oleaginous| adipose| sebaceous| unguinous| fat|fatty| greasy| waxy| butyraceous| soapy| saponaceous| pinguid|lardaceous| slippery . / Oil oil| fat| butter| cream| grease| tallow| suet| lard|dripping exunge| blubber| glycerin| stearin| elaine [Chem]| oleagine|soap| soft soap| wax| cerement| paraffin| spermaceti| adipocere|petroleum| mineral| mineral rock| mineral crystal| mineral oil|vegetable oil| colza oil| olive oil| salad oil| linseed oil| cottonseedoil| soybean oil| nut oil| animal oil| neat`s foot oil| train oil|ointment| unguent| liniment| aceite| amole| Barbados tar| fusel oil|grain oil| rape oil| seneca oil| hydrate of amyl| ghee| heating oil| #oil| No . / oil| distillate| residual oils| kerosene| jet fuel| gasoline|naphtha| stearin . / Resin resin| rosin| gum| lac| sealing wax| amber|ambergris| bitumen| pitch| tar| asphalt| asphaltum| camphor| varnish|copal| mastic| magilp| lacquer| japan . / artificial resin| polymer| ioexchange resin| catioexchangeresin| anion exchange resin| water softener| Amberlite| Dowex [Chem]|Diaion . / varnish (overlay) . / resiny| resinous| bituminous| pitchy| tarry| asphaltic|asphaltite . / Organization organized world| organized nature| livingnature| animated nature| living beings| organic remains| fossils . / protoplasm| cytoplasm| protein| albumen| structure |organization| organism . / [Science of living beings] biology| natural history| organicchemistry| anatomy| physiology| zoology | botany| microbiology|virology| bacteriology| mycology | naturalist . / archegenesis (production) [Obs]| antherozoid| bioplasm|biotaxy| chromosome| dysmeromorph| ecology| oecology| erythroblast[Physio]| gametangium| gamete| germinal matter| invagination [Biol]|isogamy| oogamy| karyaster| macrogamete| microgamete| metabolism|anabolism| catabolism| metaplasm| ontogeny| ovary| ovum| oxidation|phylogeny| polymorphism| protozoa| spermary| spermatozoon|trophoplasm| vacuole| vertebration| zoogloea| zygote . / Darwinism| neo-Darwinism| Lamarkism| neoLamarkism| Weismannism . / morphology| taxonomy . / organic| organized| karyoplasmic| unsegmentic| vacuolar|zoogloeic| zoogloeoid . / Inorganization mineral world| mineral kingdom| unorganizedmatter| inorganic matter| brute matter| inanimate matter . / [Science of the mineral kingdom] mineralogy| geology| geognosy|geoscopy| metallurgy| metallography| lithology| oryctology|oryctography . / turn to dust| mineralize| fossilize . / inorganic| inanimate| inorganized| lithoidal| azoic| mineral . / Life life| vitality| viability| animation| vital spark|vital flame| soul| spirit . / respiration| wind| breath of life| breath of one`s nostrils|oxygen| air . / [devices to sustain respiration] respirator| artificialrespirator| heart and lung machine| iron lung| medical devices . / lifeblood| Archeus| existence . / vivification| vital force| vitalization| revivification |Prometheus| life to come (destiny) . / [Science of life] physiology| biology| animal ecology . / nourishment| staff of life (food) . / genetics| heredity| inheritance| evolution| natural selection|reproduction (production) . / microbe| aerobe| anaerobe| facultative anaerobe| obligate aerobe|obligate anaerobe| halophile [Micro]| methanogen [Micro]|archaebacteria [Micro]| microaerophile [Micro] . / animal | vegetable . / artificial life| robot| robotics| artificial intelligence . / [vital signs] breathing| breathing rate| heartbeat| pulse|temperature . / preservation of life| healing (medicine) . / be alive | live| breathe| respire| subsist (exist) | walkthe earth| strut and fret one`s hour upon the stage [Macbeth]| bespared . / see the light| be born| come into the world| fetch breath| drawbreath| fetch the breath of life| draw the breath of life| quicken|revive| come to life . / give birth to (produce) | bring to life| put into life|vitalize| vivify| vivificate| reanimate (restore) | keep alive|keep body and soul together| keep the wolf from the door| support life . / hive nine lives like a cat . / living| alive| in life| in the flesh| in the land of the living|on this side of the grave| above ground| breathing| quick| animated|animative| lively (active) | all alive and kicking| tenacious oflife| full of life| yeasty . / vital| vitalic| vivifying| vivified| viable| zoetic|Promethean . / vivendi causa [Lat-] . / atqui vivere militare est [Lat-] [Seneca]| non est vivere sedvalere vita [Lat-] [Marial] . / Death death| decease| demise| dissolution| departure| obit|release| rest| quietus| fall| loss| bereavement| mortality| morbidity . / end of life | cessation of life | loss of life|extinction of life| ebb of life . / death warrant| death watch| death rattle| death bed| stroke ofdeath| agonies of death| shades of death| valley of death| jaws ofdeath| hand of death| last breath| last gasp| last agonies| dying day|dying breath| dying agonies| chant du cygne [Fr-]| rigor mortis [Lat-]|Stygian shore . / King of terrors| King Death| Death| doom (necessity) |Hell`s grim Tyrant [Pope] . / euthanasia| break up of the system| natural death| natural decay|sudden death| violent death| untimely end| watery grave| debt ofnature| suffocation| asphyxia| fatal disease (disease) | deathblow (killing) . / necrology| bills of mortality| obituary| death song (lamentation) . / die| expire| perish| meet one`s death| meet one`s end| pass away| betaken| yield one`s breath| resign one`s breath| resign one`s being|resign one`s life| end one`s days| end one`s life| end one`s earthlycareer| breathe one`s last| cease to live| cease to breathe| departthis life| be no more | go off| drop off| pop off| lose one`slife| lay down one`s life| relinquish one`s life| surrender one`s life|drop into the grave| sink into the grave| close one`s eyes| fall dead|drop dead| fall down dead| drop down dead| break one`s neck| give upthe ghost| yield up the ghost| be all over with one . / pay the debt to nature| shuffle off this mortal coil| take one`slast sleep| go the way of all flesh| hand in one`s checks| pass inone`s checks| hand in one`s chips| pass in one`s chips [U . / S]| join thegreater number| join the majority| come to dust| turn to dust| crossthe Stygian ferry| cross the bar| go to one`s long account| go to one`slast home| go to Davy Jones`s locker| go to the wall| receive one`sdeath warrant| make one`s will| step out| die a natural death| go outlike the snuff of a candle| come to an untimely end| catch one`s death|go off the hooks| kick the bucket| buy the farm| hop the twig| turn upone`s toes| die a violent death (be killed) . / dead| lifeless| deceased| demised| departed| defunct| extinct|late| gone| no more| exanimate| inanimate| out of the world| taken off|released| departed this life dead and gone| dead as a doornail|dead as a doorpost| dead as a mutton| dead as a herring| dead as nits|launched into eternity| gone to one`s eternal reward| gone to meetone`s maker| pushing up daisies| gathered to one`s fathers| numberedwith the dead . / dying moribund| morient| hippocratic| in articulo| inextremis| in the jaws of death| in the agony of death| going off| auxabois [Fr-]| one one`s last legs| on one`s death bed| at the point ofdeath| at death`s door| at the last gasp| near one`s end| given over|booked| with one foot in the grave| tottering on the brink of thegrave . / stillborn| mortuary| deadly (killing) . / post obit| post mortem [Lat-] . / life ebbs| life fails| life hangs by a thread| one`s days arenumbered| one`s hour is come| one`s race is run| one`s doom is sealed|Death knocks at the door| Death stares one in the face| the breath isout of the body| the grave closes over one| sic itur ad astra [Lat-][Vergil]| de mortuis nil nisi bonum [Lat-]| dulce et decorum est propatria mori [Lat-] [Horace]| honesta mors turpi vita potior [Lat-][Tacitus]| in adamantine chains shall death be bound [Pope]| morsultima linea rerum est [Lat-] [Girace]| ominia mors aequat [Lat-][Claudianus]| Spake the grisly Terror [Paradise Lost]| the lone couchof this everlasting sleep [Shelley]| nothing is certain but death andtaxes . / [Destruction of life| violent death] Killing killing homicide| manslaughter| murder| assassination| trucidation| iccusion|effusion of blood| blood| blood shed| gore| slaughter| carnage|butchery| battue . / massacre| fusillade| noyade| thuggery| Thuggism . / deathblow| finishing stroke| coup de grace| quietus| execution (capital punishment) | judicial murder| martyrdom . / butcher| slayer| murderer| Cain| assassin| terrorist| cutthroat|garroter| bravo| Thug| Moloch| matador| sabreur| guet-a-pens| gallows|executioner (punishment) | maeater| apache| hatchet man [U . / S]|highbinder [U . / S] . / regicide| parricide| matricide| fratricide| infanticide| feticide|foeticide| uxoricide| vaticide . / suicide| felo de se| hara-kiri| suttee| Juggernath| immolation|auto da fe| holocaust . / suffocation| strangulation| garrote| hanging lapidation . / deadly weapon (arms) | Aceldama . / [Destruction of animals] slaughtering| phthisozoics| sport|sporting| the chase| venery| hunting| coursing| shooting| fishing| pig-sticking| sportsman| huntsman| fisherman| hunter| Nimrod|slaughterhouse| meat packing plant| shambles| abattoir . / fatal accident| violent death| casualty . / kill| put to death| slay| shed blood| murder| assassinate| butcher|slaughter| victimize| immolate| massacre| take away life| deprive oflife| make away with| put an end to| despatch| dispatch| burke| settle|do for . / strangle| garrote| hang| throttle| choke| stifle| suffocate| stopthe breath| smother| asphyxiate| drown . / saber| cut down| cut to pieces| cut the throat| jugulate| stab|run through the body| bayonet| eviscerate| put to the sword| put to theedge of the sword . / shoot dead| blow one`s brains out| brain| knock on the head|stone| lapidate| give a deathblow| deal a deathblow| give a quietus|give a coupe de grace . / behead| bowstring| electrocute| gas (execute) . / hunt| shoot cut off| nip in the bud| launch into eternity|send to one`s last account| sign one`s death warrant| strike the deathknell of . / give no quarter| pour out blood like water| decimate| run amuck|wade knee deep in blood| imbrue one`s hands in blood . / die a violent death| welter in one`s blood| dash out one`s brains|blow out one`s brains| commit suicide| kill oneself| make away withoneself| put an end to oneself| put an end to it all . / killing murderous| slaughterous| sanguinary| sanguinolent|blood stained| blood thirsty| homicidal| red handed| bloody| bloodyminded| ensanguined| gory| thuggish . / mortal| fatal| lethal| dead| deadly| mortiferous| lethiferous|unhealthy | internecine| suicidal . / sporting| piscatorial| piscatory . / in at the death . / assassination has never changed the history of the world[Disraeli] . / Corpse corpse| corse| carcass| cadaver| bones| skeleton| drybones| defunct| relics| reliquiae [Lat-]| remains| mortal remains|dust| ashes| earth| clay| mummy| carrion| food for worms| food forfishes| tenement of clay this mortal coil . / shade| ghost| manes . / organic remains| fossils . / cadaverous| corpse-like| unburied | sapromyiophyllous . / Interment interment| burial| sepulture| inhumation|obsequies| exequies| funeral| wake| pyre| funeral pile| cremation . / funeral| funeral rite| funeral solemnity| kneel| passing bell|tolling| dirge (lamentation) | cypress| orbit| dead march|muffled drum| mortuary| undertaker| mute| elegy| funeral| funeraloration| funeral sermon| epitaph . / graveclothes| shroud| winding sheet| cerecloth| cerement . / coffin| shell| sarcophagus| urn| pall| bier| hearse| catafalque|cinerary urn . / grave| pit| sepulcher| tomb| vault| crypt| catacomb| mausoleum|Golgotha| house of death| narrow house| cemetery| necropolis| burialplace| burial ground| grave yard| church yard| God`s acre| tope|cromlech| barrow| tumulus| cairn| ossuary| bone house| charnel house|dead house| morgue| lich gate| burning ghat| crematorium| crematory|dokhma| mastaba| potter`s field| stupa| Tower of Silence . / sexton| gravedigger . / monument| cenotaph| shrine| grave stone| head stone| tomb stone|memento mori [Lat-]| hatchment| stone| obelisk| pyramid . / exhumation| disinterment| necropsy| autopsy| post mortemexamination [Lat-]| zoothapsis . / inter| bury| lay in the grave| consign to the grave| lay in thetomb| entomb| in tomb| inhume| lay out| perform a funeral| embalm|mummify| toll the knell| put to bed with a shovel| inurn . / exhume| disinter| unearth . / burried burial| funereal| funebrial| mortuary| sepulchral|cinerary| elegiac| necroscopic . / in memoriam| post obit| post mortem [Lat-]| beneath the sod . / hic jacet [Lat-]| ci-git [Fr-]| RIP| requiescat in pace [Lat-]|the lone couch of his everlasting sleep [Shelley]| without a grave-unknell`d| uncoffin`d| and unknown [Byron]| in the dark union ofinsensate dust [Byron]| the deep cold shadow of the tomb [Moore] . / Special Vitality Animality animal life| animation| animality| animalization|animalness| corporeal nature| human system| breath . / flesh| flesh and blood| physique| strength . / fleshly| human| corporeal . / Vegetability vegetable life| vegetation| vegetability|vegetality . / vegetate| grow roots| put down roots . / rank| lush| vegetable| vegetal| vegetive . / Animal animal| animal kingdom| fauna| brute creation . / beast| brute| creature| critter [U . / S]| wight| created being|creeping thing| living thing| dumb animal| dumb creature| zoophyte . / [major divisions of animals] mammal| bird| reptile| amphibian|fish| crustacean| shellfish| mollusk| worm| insect| arthropod| microbe . / [microscopic animals] microbe| animalcule . / [reptiles] alligator| crocodile| saurian| dinosaur (extinct)|snake| serpent| viper| eft| asp| aspick . / [amphibians] frog| toad . / [fishes] trout| bass| tuna| muskelunge| sailfish| sardine|mackerel . / [insects] ant| mosquito| bee| honeybee . / [arthropods] tardigrade| spider . / [classification by number of feet] biped| quadruped| [web-footedanimal] webfoot . / flocks and herds| live stock| domestic animals| wild animals|game| ferae naturae [Lat-]| beasts of the field| fowls of the air|denizens of the sea| black game| black grouse| blackcock| duck| grouse|plover| rail| snipe . / [domesticated mammals] horse (beast of burden) | cattle|kine| ox| bull| bullock| cow| milch cow| calf| heifer| shorthorn|sheep| lamb| lambkin| ewe| ram| tup| pig| swine| boar| hog| sow| steer|stot| tag| teg| bison| buffalo| yak| zebu| dog| cat . / [dogs] dog| hound| pup| puppy| whelp| cur| mongrel| house dog|watch dog| sheep dog| shepherd`s dog| sporting dog| fancy dog| lap dog|toy dog| bull dog| badger dog| mastiff| blood hound| grey hound| staghound| deer hound| fox hound| otter hound| harrier| beagle| spaniel|pointer| setter| retriever| Newfoundland| water dog| water spaniel|pug| poodle| turnspit| terrier| fox terrier| Skye terrier| DandieDinmont| collie . / [generally] feline| puss| pussy| grimalkin| gib cat| tomcat . / [wild mammals] fox| Reynard| vixen| stag| deer| hart| buck| doe|roe| caribou| coyote| elk| moose| musk ox| sambar . / [birds] bird| poultry| fowl| cock| hen| chicken| chanticleer|partlet| rooster| dunghill cock| barn door fowl| feathered tribes|feathered songster| singing bird| dicky bird| canary| warbler| finch|aberdevine| cushat| cygnet| ringdove| siskin| swan| wood pigeon . / [undesirable animals] vermin| varmint [U . / S]| pest . / animal| zoological equine| bovine| vaccine| canine| feline| fishy|piscatory| piscatorial| molluscous| vermicular| gallinaceous|rasorial| solidungulate| soliped . / Vegetable vegetable| vegetable kingdom| flora| verdure . / plant| tree| shrub| bush| creeper| herb| herbage| grass . / annual| perennial| biennial| triennial| exotic . / timber| forest| wood| woodlands| timberland| hurst| frith| holt|weald| park| chase| greenwood| brake| grove| copse| coppice| bocage|tope| clump of trees| thicket| spinet| spinney| underwood| brushwood|scrub| boscage| bosk| ceja [Spanish]| chaparal| motte [U . / S]| arboretum bush| jungle| prairie| heath| heather| fern| bracken| furze|gorse| whin| grass| turf| pasture| pasturage| turbary| sedge| rush|weed| fungus| mushroom| toadstool| lichen| moss| conferva| mold|growth| alfalfa| alfilaria| banyan| blow| blowth| floret| petiole| pingrass| timothy| yam| yew| zinnia . / foliage| branch| bough| ramage| stem| tigella| spray | leaf . / flower| blossom| bine| flowering plant| timber tree| fruit tree|pulse| legume . / vegetable| vegetal| vegetive| vegitous| herbaceous| herbal|botanic| sylvan| silvan| arborary| arboreous| arborescent|arborical| woody| grassy| verdant| verdurous| floral| mossy| lignous|ligneous| wooden| leguminous| vosky| cespitose| turf-like| turfy|endogenous| exogenous . / greerobed senators of mighty woods [Keats]| this is the forestprimeval [Longfellow] . / [The science of animals] Zoology zoology| zoonomy|zoography| zootomy| anatomy| comparative anatomy| animal physiology|comparative physiology| morphology| mammalogy . / anthropology| ornithology| ichthyology| herpetology| ophiology|malacology| helminthology [Med]| entomology| oryctology|paleontology| mastology| vermeology| ornithotomy| ichthyotomy| |taxidermy . / zoologist zoological [The science of plants] Botany botany| physiologicalbotany| structural botany| systematic botany| phytography| phytology|phytotomy| vegetable physiology| herborization| dendrology| mycology|fungology| algology| flora| romona| botanic garden (garden) [Obs]| hortus siccus [Lat-]| herbarium| herbal . / botanist | herbist| herbarist| herbalist| herborist|herbarian . / botanize| herborize . / botanical n . / | botanic . / [The economy or management of animals] Husbandry husbandry|taming circuration| zoohygiantics| domestication| domesticity|manege [Fr-]| veterinary art| farriery| breeding| pisciculture . / menagerie| vivarium| zoological garden| bear pit| aviary| apiary|alveary| beehive| hive| aquarium| fishery| duck pond| fish pond . / phthisozoics (killing) [Obs] [Destruction of animals]|euthanasia| sacrifice| humane destruction . / neatherd| cowherd| shepherd| grazier| drover| cowkeeper| trainer|breeder| apiarian| apiarist| bull whacker [U . / S]| cowboy| cow puncher[U . / S]| farrier| horse leech| horse doctor| vaquero| veterinarian| vet|veterinary surgeon . / cage (prison) | hencoop| bird cage| cauf| range| sheepfold| (inclosure) . / tame| domesticate| acclimatize| breed| tend| break in| train| cage|bridle| (restrain) . / pastoral| bucolic| tame| domestic . / [The economy or management of plants] Agriculture agriculture| cultivation| husbandry| farming| georgics| geoponics|tillage| agronomy| gardening| spade husbandry| vintage| horticulture|arboriculture| floriculture| landscape gardening| viticulture . / husbandman| horticulturist| gardener| florist| agricultor|agriculturist| yeoman| farmer| cultivator| tiller of the soil|woodcutter| backwoodsman| granger| habitat| vigneron| viticulturist|Triptolemus . / field| meadow| garden| botanic garden| winter garden| ornamentalgarden| flower garden| kitchen garden| market garden| hop garden|nursery| green house| hot house| conservatory| bed| border| seed plot|grassplot| grassplat| lawn| park (pleasure ground) | parterre|shrubbery| plantation| avenue| arboretum| pinery| pinetum| orchard|vineyard| vinery| orangery| farm (abode) . / cultivate| till the soil| farm| garden| sow| plant| reap| mow| cut|manure| dress the ground| dig| delve| dibble| hoe| plough| plow|harrow| rake| weed| lop and top| backset [U . / S] . / agricultural| agrarian| agrestic . / arable| predial| rural| rustic| country| horticultural . / Mankind man| mankind| human race| human species| human kind|human nature| humanity| mortality| flesh| generation . / [Science of man] anthropology| anthropogeny| anthropography|anthroposophy| ethnology| ethnography| humanitarian . / human being| person| personage| individual| creature| fellowcreature| mortal| body| somebody| one| such a one| some one| soul|living soul| earthling| party| head| hand| dramatis personae [Lat-]|quidam [Lat-] . / people| persons| folk| public| society| world| community|community at large| general public| nation| nationality| state| realm|commonweal| commonwealth| republic| body politic| million (commonalty) | population (inhabitant) . / tribe| clan (paternity) | family (consanguinity) . / cosmopolite| lords of the creation| ourselves . / human| mortal| personal| individual| national| civic| public|social| cosmopolitan| anthropoid . / am I not a man and a brother? [Wedgwood] . / Man man| male| he| him| manhood (adolescence) |gentleman| sir| master| sahib| yeoman| wight| swain| fellow| blade|beau| elf| chap| gaffer| good man| husband (married man) | Mr . / |mister| boy (youth) . / [Male animal] cock| drake| gander| dog| boar| stag| hart| buck|horse| entire horse| stallion| gibcat| tomcat| he goat| Billy goat|ram| tup| bull| bullock| capon| ox| gelding| steer| stot . / androgen . / homosexual| gay| queen [Slang] . / masculinize male| he-| masculine| manly| virile| unwomanly| unfeminine . / Pron . / he| him| his . / hominem pagina nostra sapit [Lat-] [Martial]| homo homini aut deusaut lupus [Lat-] [Erasmus]| homo vitae commodatus non donatus est[Lat-] [Syrus] . / Woman woman| she| her| female| petticoat . / feminality| muliebrity| womanhood (adolescence) . / womankind| the sex| the fair| fair sex| softer sex| weaker vessel . / dame| madam| madame| mistress| Mrs . / lady| donna belle [Spanish]| matron| dowager| goody| gammer| Frau[Germ-]| frow| Vrouw [Du]| rani| good woman| good wife| squaw| wife (marriage) | matronage| matronhood . / bachelor girl| new woman| feminist| suffragette| suffragist . / nymph| wench| grisette| girl (youth) . / [Effeminacy] sissy| betty| cot betty [U . / S]| cotquean| henhussy|mollycoddle| muff| old woman . / [Female animal] hen| bitch| sow| doe| roe| mare| she goat| Nannygoat| tabita| ewe| cow| lioness| tigress| vixen . / gynecaeum . / estrogen| oestrogen . / consanguinity [Female relatives]| paternity . / lesbian| dyke [Slang] . / feminize . / female| she-| feminine| womanly| ladylike| matronly| maidenly|wifely| womanish| effeminate| unmanly| gynecic| gynaecic . / Pron . / she| her| hers . / ` a perfect woman nobly planned [Wordsworth]| a lovely ladygarmented in white [Shelley]| das Ewig-Weibliche zieht uns hinan[Goethe]| earth`s noblest thing| a woman perfected [Lowell]| es devidrio la mujer [Spanish]| she moves a goddess and she looks a queen[Pope]| the beauty of a lovely woman is like music [Germ- Eliot]| varium et mutabile semper femina [Lat-] [Vergil]| woman isthe lesser man [Tennyson] . / Sexuality [human] sex| sexuality| gender| male|masculinity| maleness | female| femininity . / sexual intercourse| copulation| mating| coitus| sex| lovemaking|marital relations| sexual union| sleeping together| carnal knowledge . / sex instinct| sex drive| libido| lust| concupiscence| hots| horns[Coll]| arousal| heat| rut| estrus| oestrus| tumescence| erection|hard-on| boner . / masturbation| self-gratification| autoeroticism| onanism| self-abuse . / orgasm| climax| ejaculation . / sexiness| attractiveness| sensuality| voluptuousness . / [sexual intercourse outside of marriage] fornication| adultery . / [person who is sexy] sex symbol| sex goddess| stud| hunk . / one-night stand . / pornography| porn| porno| hardcore pornography| softcorepornography| piup| cheesecake| beefcake| [magazines with sexualphotos]| Playboy| Esquire| Hustler . / [unorthodox sexual activity] perversion| deviation| sexualabnormality| fetish| fetishism| homosexuality| lesbianism| bisexuality|sodomy| buggery| pederasty| sadism . / masochism| sado-masochism| incest . / mate| copulate| make love| have intercourse| fornicate| have sex| doit| sleep together| fuck [Vulg]| sleep around| play the field . / masturbate| jerk off [Coll]| jack off [Coll]| play with oneself . / have the hots [Coll]| become aroused| get hot| have an erection|get it up . / come| climax| ejaculate . / sexy| erotic| sexual| carnal| sensual . / hot| horny| randy| rutting| passionate| lusty| hot-blooded|libidinous| up| in the mood . / homosexual| gay| lesbian| bisexual . / SENSATION Sensation in general Physical Sensibility sensibility| sensitiveness |physical sensibility| feeling| impressibility| perceptivity|aesthetics| moral sensibility . / sensation| impression| consciousness (knowledge) . / external senses . / be sensible of | feel| perceive . / render sensible | sharpen| cultivate| tutor . / cause sensation| impress| excite an impression| produce animpression . / sensible| sensitive| sensuous| aesthetic| perceptive| sentient|conscious (aware) . / acute| sharp| keen| vivid| lively| impressive| thiskinned . / to the quick . / the touch`d needle trembles to the pole [Pope] . / Physical Insensibility insensibility| physicalinsensibility| obtuseness | palsy| paralysis| paraesthesia[Med]| anaesthesia| sleep | hemiplegia| motor paralysis|vegetable state| coma . / anaesthetic agent| opium| ether| chloroform| chloral| nitrousoxide| laughing gas| exhilarating gas| protoxide of nitrogen|refrigeration . / be insensible | have a thick skin| have a rhinoceros hide . / render insensible | anaesthetize| blunt| pall| obtund|benumb| paralyze| put under the influence of chloroform n . / | stupefy|stun . / insensible| unfeeling| senseless| impercipient| callous| thick-skinned| pachydermatous| hard| hardened| case hardened| proof| obtuse|dull| anaesthetic| comatose| paralytic| palsied| numb| dead . / Physical Pleasure pleasure| physical pleasure| sensualpleasure| sensuous pleasure| bodily enjoyment| animal gratification|hedonism| sensuality| luxuriousness | dissipation| round ofpleasure| titillation| gusto| creature comforts| comfort| ease| pillow (support) | luxury| lap of luxury| purple and fine linen| bed ofdowns| bed of roses| velvet| clover| cup of Circe (intemperance) treat| refreshment| regale| feast| delice [Fr-]| dainty |bonne bouche [Fr-] . / source of pleasure | happiness (mental enjoyment) . / feel pleasure| experience pleasure| receive pleasure| enjoy| relish|luxuriate in| revel in| riot in| bask in| swim in| drink up| eat up|wallow in| feast on| gloat over| float on| smack the lips . / live on the fat of the land| live in comfort | bask in thesunshine| faire ses choux gras [Fr-] . / give pleasure . / enjoying luxurious| voluptuous| sensual| comfortable| cosy|snug| in comfort| at ease . / pleasant| agreeable . / in comfort n . / | on a bed of roses n . / | at one`s ease . / ride si sapis [Lat-] [Martial]| voluptales commendat rarior usus[Lat-] [Juvenal] . / Physical Pain pain| suffering| sufferance| suffrance| bodilypain| physical pain| bodily suffering| physical suffering| body pain|mental suffering | dolour| ache| aching smart| shoot|shooting| twinge| twitch| gripe| headache| stomach ache| heartburn|angina| angina pectoris [Lat-]| hurt| cut| sore| soreness| discomfort|malaise| cephalalgia [Med]| earache| gout| ischiagra| lumbago|neuralgia| odontalgia| otalgia| podagra| rheumatism| sciatica| ticdouloureux [Fr-]| toothache| tormina| torticollis . / spasm| cramp| nightmare| ephialtes| crick| stitch| thrill|convulsion| throe| throb (agitation) | pang| colic| kink . / sharp pain| piercing pain| throbbing pain| shooting pain| sting|gnawing pain| burning pain| excruciating pain . / anguish| agony| torment| torture| rack| cruciation| crucifixion|martyrdom| toad under a harrow| vivisection . / feel pain| experience pain| suffer pain| undergo pain n . / | suffer|ache| smart| bleed| tingle| shoot| twinge| twitch| lancinate| writhe|wince| make a wry face| sit on thorns| sit on pins and needles . / give pain| inflict pain| lacerate| pain| hurt| chafe| sting| bite|gnaw| gripe| pinch| tweak| grate| gall| fret| prick| pierce| wring|convulse| torment| torture| rack| agonize| crucify| cruciate|excruciate| break on the wheel| put to the rack| flog (punish) |grate on the ear (harsh sound) . / in pain n . / | in a state of pain| pained gouty| podagric|torminous . / painful| aching sore| raw . / Special Sensation() Touch [Sensation of pressure] Touch touch| tact| taction|tactility| feeling| palpation| palpability| contrectation|manipulation| massage . / [Organ of touch] hand| finger| forefinger| thumb| paw| feeler|antenna| palpus . / touch| feel| handle| finger| thumb| paw| fumble| grope| grabble|twiddle| tweedle| pass the fingers over| run the fingers over|manipulate| wield| throw out a feeler . / tactual| tactile| tangible| palpable| lambent . / Sensations of Touch itching| pruritis [Med] titillation| formication| aura| stereognosis . / itch| tingle| creep| thrill| sting| prick| prickle| tickle|titillate . / itching stereognostic| titillative . / [insensibility to touch] Numbness numbness (physicalinsensibility) | anaesthesia| pins and needles . / benumb . / numb| benumbed deadened| intangible| impalpable . / () Heat Heat heat| caloric| temperature| warmth| fervor| calidity|incalescence| incandescence| glow| flush| fever| hectic . / phlogiston| fire| spark| scintillation| flash| flame| blaze|bonfire| firework| pyrotechnics| pyrotechny| wildfire| sheet of fire|lambent flame| devouring element| adiathermancy| recalescence [Phys] . / summer| dog days| canicular days| baking | heat| white heat|tropical heat| Afric heat| Bengal heat| summer heat| blood heat|sirocco| simoom| broiling sun| insolation| warming . / sun (luminary) . / [Science of heat] pyrology| thermology| thermotics|thermodynamics| thermometer . / [thermal units] calorie| gram-calorie| small calorie| kilocalorie|kilogram calorie| large calorie| British Thermal Unit| B . / T . / U . / | therm|quad . / [units of temperature] degrees Kelvin| kelvins| degreescentigrade| degrees Celsius| degrees Fahrenheit . / be hot | glow| flush| sweat| swelter| bask| smoke| reek|stew| simmer| seethe| boil| burn| blister| broil| blaze| flame|smolder| parch| fume| pant . / heat (make hot) | recalesce| thaw| give . / hot| warm| mild| genial| tepid| lukewarm| unfrozen| thermal|thermic| calorific| fervent| fervid| ardent| aglow . / sunny| torrid| tropical| estival| canicular| steamy| close|sultry| stifling| stuffy| suffocating| oppressive| reeking baking . / red hot| white hot| smoking hot| burning hot| piping hot|like a furnace| like an oven| burning| hot as fire| hot as pepper| hotenough to roast an ox| hot enough to boil an egg . / fiery| incandescent| incalescent| candent| ebullient| glowing|smoking| live| on fire| dazzling in flames| blazing| in a blaze|alight| afire| ablaze| unquenched| unextinguished| smoldering| in aheat| in a glow| in a fever| in a perspiration| in a sweat| sudorific|sweltering| sweltered| blood hot| blood warm| warm as a toast| warm aswool . / volcanic| plutonic| igneous| isothermal| isothermic| isotheral . / not a breath of air| whirlwinds of tempestuous fire [ParadiseLost] . / Cold cold| coldness | frigidity| inclemency| fresco . / winter| depth of winter| hard winter| Siberia| Nova Zembla| wind-chill factor . / [forms of frozen water] ice| snow| snowflake| snow crystal| snowdrift| sleet| hail| hailstone| rime| frost| hoar frost| white frost|hard frost| sharp frost| barf| glaze [U . / S]| lolly [U . / S]| icicle|thick-ribbed ice| fall of snow| heavy fall| iceberg| icefloe| floeberg| glacier| nev_ee| serac| pruina . / [cold substances] freezing mixture| dry ice| liquid nitrogen|liquid helium . / [Sensation of cold] chilliness | chill| shivering goose skin| horripilation| rigor| chattering of teeth| numbness|frostbite . / be cold | shiver| starve| quake| shake| tremble| shudder|didder| quiver| freeze| freeze to death| perish with cold . / freeze (render cold) | horripilate| make the skin crawl|give one goose flesh . / cold| cool| chill| chilly| icy| gelid| frigid| algid| fresh| keen|bleak| raw| inclement| bitter| biting| niveous| cutting| nipping|piercing| pinching| clay-cold| starved (made cold) | chilled tothe bone| shivering aguish| transi de froid [Fr-]| frostbitten|frost-bound| frost-nipped . / cold as a stone| cold as marble| cold as lead| cold as iron| coldas a frog| cold as charity| cold as Christmas| cool as a cucumber| coolas custard . / icy| glacial| frosty| freezing| pruinose| wintry| brumal|hibernal| boreal| arctic| Siberian| hyemal| hyperborean| hyperboreal|icebound| frozen out . / unwarmed| unthawed| lukewarm| tepid| isocheimal| isocheimenal|isocheimic . / frozen| numb| frost-bitten . / coldly| bitterly | pierre fendre [Fr-]| Calefaction increase of temperature| heating calefaction| tepefaction| torrefaction| melting| fusion| liquefaction | burning ambustion| combustion| incension| accension|concremation| cremation| scorification| cautery| cauterization|ustulation| calcination| cracking| refining| incineration| cineration|carbonization| cupellation [Chem] . / ignition| inflammation| adustion| flagration| deflagration|conflagration| empyrosis| incendiarism| arson| auto dafe [Fr-] . / boiling coction| ebullition| estuation| elixation|decoction| ebullioscope| geyser| distillation (vaporization) . / furnace | blanket| flannel| fur| wadding (lining) |clothing . / still| refinery| fractionating column| fractionating tower|cracking tower . / match (fuel) | incendiary| petroleuse [Fr-]| [biologicaleffects resembling the effects of heat] [substances causing a burningsensation and damage on skin or tissue] cauterizer| caustic| lunarcaustic| alkali| apozem| moxa| acid| aqua fortis [Lat-]| aqua regia|catheretic| nitric acid| nitrochloro-hydric acid| nitromuriatic acid|radioactivity| gamma rays| alpha particles| beta rays| X-rays|radiation| cosmic radiation| background radiation| radioactiveisotopes| tritium| uranium| plutonium| radon| radium . / sunstroke| coup de soleil [Fr-]| insolation . / [artifacts requiring heat in their manufacture] pottery| ceramics|crockery| porcelain| china| earthenware| stoneware| pot| mug| terracotta [Spanish]| brick| clinker . / [products of combustion] cinder| ash| scoriae| embers| soot| slag . / [products of heating organic materials] coke| carbon| charcoal|wood alcohol| turpentine| tea tree oil| gasoline| kerosene| naptha|fuel oil (fuel) | wax| paraffin| residue| tar . / inflammability| combustibility . / [Transmission of heat] diathermancy| transcalency| conduction|convection| radiation| radiant heat| heat conductivity| conductivity . / [effects of heat ] thermal expansion| coefficient of expansion . / heat| warm| chafe| stive| foment| make hot | sun oneself|sunbathe . / go up in flames| burn to the ground (flame) . / fire| set fire to| set on fire| kindle| enkindle| light| ignite|strike a light| apply the match to| apply the torch to| rekindle|relume| fan the flame| add fuel to the flame| poke the fire| stir thefire| blow the fire| make a bonfire of . / melt| thaw| fuse| liquefy . / burn| inflame| roast| toast| fry| grill| singe| parch| bake|torrefy| scorch| brand| cauterize| sear| burn in| corrode| char|calcine| incinerate| smelt| scorify| reduce to ashes| burn to a cinder|commit to the flames| consign to the flames . / boil| digest| stew| cook| seethe| scald| parboil| simmer| do torags . / take fire| catch fire| blaze (flame) . / heated molten| sodden| r_echauff_e| heating adust . / inflammable| combustible| diathermal| diathermanous| burnt volcanic| radioactive . / Refrigeration refrigeration| infrigidation| reduction oftemperature| cooling congelation| conglaciation| ice |solidification (density) | ice box (refrigerator) . / extincteur [Fr-]| fire annihilator| amianth| amianthus| earth-flax| mountaiflax| flexible asbestos| fireman| fire brigade(incombustibility) incombustibility| incombustibleness . / (insulation) air conditioning [residential cooling]| central air conditioning|air conditioner| fan| attic fan| dehumidifier . / cool| fan| refrigerate| refresh| ice| congeal| freeze| glaciate|benumb| starve| pinch| chill| petrify| chill to the marrow| regelate|nip| cut| pierce| bite| make one`s teeth chatter| damp| slack quench|put out| stamp out| extinguish| go out| burn out (incombustibility) . / cooled frozen out| cooling frigorific . / Furnace furnace| stove| kiln| oven| cracker| hearth| focus|combustion chamber| athanor| hypocaust| reverberatory| volcano| forge|fiery furnace| limekiln| Dutch oven| tuyere| brasier| salamander|heater| warming pan| boiler| caldron| seething caldron| pot| urn|kettle| chafing-dish| retort| crucible| alembic| still| waffle irons|muffle furnace| induction furnace| electric heater| electric furnace|electric resistance heat . / [steel-making furnace] opehearth furnace . / fireplace| gas fireplace| coal fire| wood fire| fire-dog| fire-irons| grate| range| kitchener| caboose| camboose| poker| tongs|shovel| ashpan| hob| trivet| andiron| gridiron| ashdrop| frying-pan|stew-pan| backlog . / [area near a fireplace] hearth| inglenook . / [residential heating methods] oil burner| gas burner| Franklinstove| pot-bellied stove| wood-burning stove| central heating| steamheat| hot water heat| gas heat| forced hot air| electric heat| heatpump| solar heat| convective heat . / hothouse| bakehouse| washhouse| laundry| conservatory| sudatory|Turkish bath| Russian bath| vapor bath| steam bath| sauna| warm bath|vaporarium . / Refrigerator refrigerator| refrigeratory| frigidarium| coldstorage| cold room| cold laboratory| icehouse| icepail| icebag| icebox|cooler| damper| polyurethane cooler| wine cooler . / freezer| deep freeze| dry ice freezer| liquid nitrogen freezer|refigerator-freezer . / freezing mixture [refrigerating substances]| ice| ice cubes|blocks of ice| chipped ice| liquid nitrogen| dry ice| dry ice-acetone|liquid helium . / Fuel fuel| firing| combustible . / [solid fuels] coal| wallsend| anthracite| culm| coke| carbon|charcoal| bituminous coal| tar shale| turf| peat| firewood| bobbing|faggot| log| cinder (products of combustion) | ingle| tinder|touchwood| sulphur| brimstone| incense| port-fire| fire-barrel|fireball| brand| amadou| bavin| blind coal| glance coal| Germantinder| pyrotechnic sponge| punk| smudge [U . / S]| solid fueled rocket . / [fuels for candles and lamps] wax| paraffin wax| paraffin oil|lamp oil| whale oil . / [liquid fuels] oil| petroleum| gasoline| high octane gasoline|nitromethane| petrol| gas| juice [Coll]| gasohol| alcohol| ethanol|methanol| fuel oil| kerosene| jet fuel| heating oil| number oil|number oil| naphtha| rocket fuel| high specific impulse fuel| liquidhydrogen| liquid oxygen| lox . / [gaseous fuels] natural gas| synthetic gas| synthesis gas|propane| butane| hydrogen . / brand| torch| fuse| wick| spill| match| light| lucifer| congreve|vesuvian| vesta| fusee| locofoco| linstock . / candle (luminary) | oil (grease) . / carbonaceous| combustible| inflammable| high octane| high specificimpulse| heat of combustion| Insulation [Fire extinction] {ant . / of } insulation| incombustible material| noncombustiblematerial| fire retardant| flame retardant| fire wall| fire door . / incombustibility| incombustibleness . / extincteur [Fr-]|fire annihilator| amianth| amianthus| earth-flax| mountaiflax|asbestos| fireman| fire fighter| fire eater| fire department| firebrigade| engine company| pumper| fire truck| hook and ladder| aerialladder| bucket| fire hose| fire hydrant . / [forest fires] backfire| firebreak| trench| aerial waterbombardment . / wet blanket| fire extinguisher| soda and acid extinguisher| drychemical extinguisher| CO-two extinguisher| carbon tetrachloride| foam|sprinklers| automatic sprinkler system| fire bucket| sand bucket . / [warning of fire] fire alarm| evacuation alarm| [laws to preventfire] fire code| fire regulations| fire| fire inspector| codeviolation| citation . / go out| die out| burn out| fizzle . / extinguish| damp| slack| quench| smother| put out| stamp out|douse| snuff| snuff out| blow out . / fireproof| flameproof . / incombustible| nonflammable| uninflammable| unflammable|fireproof . / fight fire with fire Thermometer thermometer| thermometrograph| mercurythermometer| alcohol thermometer| clinical thermometer| dry-bulbthermometer| wet-bulb thermometer| Anschutz thermometer [Germ-]| gasthermometer| telethermometer| color-changing temperature indicator|thermopile| thermoscope| pyrometer| calorimeter| bomb calorimeter|thermistor| thermocouple . / [temperature-control devices] thermostat| thermoregulator . / () Taste Taste taste| flavor| gust| gusto| savor| gout| relish|sapor| sapidity| twang| smack| smatch| aftertaste| tang . / tasting| degustation| gustation . / palate| tongue| tooth| stomach . / taste| savor| smatch| smack| flavor| twang| tickle the palate (savory) | smack the lips . / sapid| saporific| gustable| gustatory| gustful| strong| gamy|palatable . / Insipidity insipidity| blandness| tastelessness . / be tasteless . / bland| void of taste | insipid| tasteless| gustless|savorless| ingustible| mawkish| milk and water| weak| stale| flat|vapid| fade| wishy-washy| mild| untasted . / Pungency pungency| piquance| piquancy| poignancy haut-gout|strong taste| twang| race . / sharpness | acrimony| roughness (sour) | unsavoriness . / mustard| cayenne| caviare| seasoning (condiment) | niter|saltpeter| brine (saltiness) . / | carbonate of ammonia| sal ammoniac|sal volatile| smelling salts| hartshorn (acridity) dram| cordial| nip . / nicotine| tobacco| snuff| quid| smoke| segar| cigar| cigarette|weed| fragrant weed| Indian weed| Cavendish| fid| negro head| oldsoldier| rappee| stogy . / be pungent | bite the tongue . / render pungent | season| spice| salt| pepper| pickle|brine| devil . / smoke| chew| take snuff . / pungent| strong| high-| full-flavored| high-tasted| high-seasoned|gamy| sharp| stinging| rough| piquant| racy| biting| mordant| spicy|seasoned hot| hot as pepper| peppery| vellicating| escharotic|meracious| acrid| acrimonious| bitter| rough (sour) | unsavory Saltiness saltiness . / niter| saltpeter| brine . / salty| salt| saline| brackish| briny| salty as brine| salty as aherring| salty as Lot`s wife . / salty| racy (indecent) . / take it with a grain of salt . / b . / Bitterness bitterness| acridness| acridity| acrimony|caustic| alkali| acerbity| gall| wormwood| bitters| astringent bitters . / Angostura [additive for alcoholic beverages]| aromatic bitters . / sourness | pungency . / [bitter substances] alkaloids| turmeric . / bitter| bitterish| acrid| acerb| acerbic . / bitter as gall| bitter pill to take| sugar coating on a bitterpill . / Condiment condiment| seasoning| sauce| spice| relish|appetizer . / [Condiments] salt| mustard| grey poupon mustard| pepper| blackpepper| white pepper| peppercorn| curry| sauce piquante [Fr-]| caviare|onion| garlic| pickle| achar| allspice| bell pepper| Jamaica pepper|green pepper| chutney| cubeb| pimento . / [capsicum peppers] capsicum| red pepper| chili peppers| cayenne . / nutmeg| mace| cinnamon| oregano| cloves| fennel . / [herbs] pot herbs| parsley| sage| rosemary| thyme| bay leaves|marjoram . / [fragrant woods and gums] frankincense| balm| myrrh . / [from pods] paprika . / [from flower stigmas] saffron . / [from roots] ginger| turmeric . / season| spice| flavor| spice up (render pungent) . / Savoriness savoriness | good taste| deliciousness|delectability . / relish| zest| appetizer . / tidbit| titbit| dainty| delicacy| tasty morsel| appetizer| horsd`ouvres [Fr-]| ambrosia| nectar| bonne-bouche [Fr-]| game| turtle|venison| delicatessen . / be savory | tickle the palate| tickle the appetite| flatterthe palate . / render palatable . / relish| like| smack the lips . / savory| delicious| tasty| well-tasted| to one`s taste| good|palatable| nice| dainty| delectable| toothful| toothsome| gustful|appetizing| lickerish| delicate| exquisite| rich| luscious| ambrosial|scrumptious| delightful . / per amusare la bocca [Italian] cela se laisse manger [Fr-] . / Unsavoriness unsavoriness | amaritude| acrimony|acridity (bitterness) . / | roughness (sour) | acerbity|austerity| gall and wormwood| rue| quassia| aloes| marah| sickener . / be unpalatable | sicken| disgust| nauseate| pall| turn thestomach . / unsavory| unpalatable| unsweetened| unsweet| ill-flavored| bitter|bitter as gall| acrid| acrimonious| rough . / offensive| repulsive| nasty| sickening nauseous| loathsome|fulsome| unpleasant . / Sweetness sweetness| dulcitude . / sugar| syrup| treacle| molasses| honey| manna| confection|confectionary| sweets| grocery| conserve| preserve| confiture| jam|julep| sugar-candy| sugar-plum| licorice| marmalade| plum| lollipop|bonbon| jujube| comfit| sweetmeat| apple butter| caramel| damson|glucose| maple sirup| maple syrup| maple sugar| mithai| sorghum|taffy . / nectar| hydromel| mead| meade| metheglin| honeysuckle| liqueur|sweet wine| aperitif . / [sources of sugar] sugar cane| sugar beets . / [sweet foods] desert| pastry| pie| cake| candy| ice cream| tart|puff| pudding (food) . / dulcification| dulcoration . / sweetener| corn syrup| cane sugar| refined sugar| beet sugar|dextrose| artificial sweetener| saccharin| cyclamate| aspartame|Sweet`N Low . / be sweet . / render sweet | sweeten| edulcorate|dulcorate| dulcify| candy| mull . / sweet| saccharine| sacchariferous| dulcet| candied| honied|luscious| lush| nectarious| melliferous| sweetened sweet as anut| sweet as sugar| sweet as honey . / sickly sweet . / eau sucr_ee [Fr-]| sweets to the sweet [Hamlet] . / Sourness sourness | acid| acidity| low pH| acetousfermentation| lactic fermentation . / vinegar| verjuice| crab| alum| acetic acid| lactic acid . / be sour| sour| turn sour | set the teeth on edge . / render sour | acidify| acidulate . / sour| acid| acidulous| acidulated| tart| crabbed| acetous|acetose| acerb| acetic| sour as vinegar| sourish| acescent| subacid[Chem]| styptic| hard| rough . / sour as a lemon . / () Odor Odor odor| smell| odorament| scent| effluvium| emanation|exhalation| fume| essence| trail| nidor| redolence . / sense of smell| scent| act of smelling olfaction|olfactories . / [pleasant odor] fragrance . / odorant . / [animal with acute sense of smell] bloodhound| hound . / [smell detected by a hound] spoor . / have an odor n . / | smell| smell of| smell strong of| exhale| giveout a smell n . / | reek| reek of| scent . / smell| scent| snuff| snuff up| sniff| nose| inhale . / odorous| odoriferous| smelling| reeking| foul-smelling| strong-scented| redolent| graveolent| nidorous| pungent| putrid| foul . / [Relating to the sense of smell] olfactory| quick-scented . / Inodorousness inodorousness| absence of smell| want ofsmell . / deodorant| deodorization| deodorizer . / be inodorous | not smell . / deodorize . / inodorous| onodorate| scentless| without smell| wanting smell deodorized| deodorizing . / Fragrance fragrance| aroma| redolence| perfume| bouquet|essence| scent| sweet smell| aromatic perfume . / agalloch| agallochium| aloes wood| bay rum| calambac| calambour|champak| horehound| ligaloes| marrubium| mint| muskrat| naphawater| olibanum| spirit of myrcia . / essential oil . / incense| musk| frankincense| pastil| pastille| myrrh| perfumes ofArabia| otto| ottar| attar| bergamot| balm| civet| potpourri| pulvil|nosegay| scentbag| sachet| smelling bottle| vinaigrette| eau de Cologne[Fr-]| toilet water| lotion| after-shave lotion| thurification . / perfumer . / [fragrant wood oils] eucalyptus oil| pinene . / be fragrant | have a perfume n . / | smell sweet . / scent [render fragrant]| perfume| embalm . / fragrant| aromatic| redolent| spicy| savory| balmy| scented|sweet-smelling| sweet-scented| perfumed| perfumatory| thuriferous|fragrant as a rose| muscadine| ambrosial . / Fetor fetor| bad . / smell| bad odor| stench| stink|foul odor| malodor| empyreuma| mustiness | rancidity| foulness (uncleanness) . / stoat| polecat| skunk| assafoetida| fungus| garlic| stinkpot|fitchet| fitchew| fourmart| peccary . / acridity have a bad smell n . / | smell| stink| stink in the nostrils| stinklike a polecat| smell strong | smell offensively . / fetid| strong-smelling| high| bad| strong| fulsome| offensive|noisome| rank| rancid| reasty| tainted| musty| fusty| frouzy| olid|olidous| nidorous| smelling| stinking| putrid | suffocating|mephitic| empyreumatic . / Acridity acridity| astringency| bite . / [acrid substances] tear gas| smoke| acrid fumes . / acrid| biting| astringent| sharp| harsh| bitter () Sound(i) SOUND IN GENERAL Sound sound| noise| strain| accent| twang| intonation| tone|cadence| sonorousness | audibility| resonance | voice | aspirate| ideophone| rough breathing . / [Science| of sound] acoustics| phonics| phonetics| phonology|phonography| diacoustics| diaphonics| phonetism . / produce sound| sound| make a noise| give out sound| emit sound|resound . / sounding| soniferous| sonorous| sonorific| resonant| audible|distinct| stertorous| phonetic| phonic| phonocamptic . / a thousand trills and quivering sounds [Addison]| forensisstrepitus [Lat-] . / Silence silence| stillness (quiet) | peace| hush|lull| muteness | solemn silence| awful silence| dead silence|deathlike silence . / be silent | hold one`s tongue (not speak) . / render silent | silence| still| hush| stifle| muffle| stop|muzzle| put to silence (render mute) . / silent| still| stilly| noiseless| soundless| hushed mute soft| solemn| awful| deathlike| silent as the grave| inaudible (faint) . / silently | sub silentio [Lat-] . / Int . / hush!| silence!| soft!| whist!| tush!| chut!| tut!| pax! [Lat-]|be quiet!| be silent!| be still!| shut up! [Slang]| chup!| chup rao!|tace! [Italian]| one might hear a feather drop| one might hear a pin drop| so quietyou could hear a pin drop| grosse Seelen dulden still [Germ-]| le silenceest la vertu de ceux qui ne sont pas sages [Fr-]| le silence est leparti le plus sar de celui se d_efie de soi-meme [Fr-]| silence moremusical than any song [C . / Germ- Rossetti]| tacent satis laudant [Lat-]| better to be silent andthought a fool than to speak up and remove all doubt . / Loudness loudness| power| loud noise| din| blare| clang|clangor| clatter| noise| bombilation| roar| uproar| racket| hubbub|bobbery| fracas| charivari| trumpet blast| flourish of trumpets|fanfare| tintamarre| peal| swell| blast| larum| boom| bang (explosion)| resonance . / vociferation| hullabaloo| | lungs| Stentor . / artillery| cannon| thunder . / be loud | peal| swell| clang| boom| thunder| blare|fulminate| roar| resound . / speak up| shout (vociferate) | bellow (cry as an animal) rend the air| rend the skies| fill the air| din in the ear| ringin the ear| thunder in the ear| pierce the ears| split the ears| rendthe 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 . / loud| sonorous| high-sounding| big-sounding| deep| full| powerful|noisy| blatant| clangorous| multisonous| thundering| deafening trumpet-tongued| ear-splitting| ear-rending| ear-deafening| piercing|obstreperous| rackety| uproarious| enough to wake the dead| enough towake seven sleepers . / shrill clamorous (vociferous) stentorian|stentorophonic . / loudly . / aloud| at the top of one`s voice| at the top ofone`s lungs| lustily| in full cry . / the air rings with| the deep dread-bolted thunder [Lear] . / Faintness faintness | faint sound| whisper| breath|undertone| underbreath| murmur| hum| susurration| tinkle| still smallvoice . / hoarseness | raucity . / whisper| breathe| murmur| purl| hum| gurgle| ripple| babble| flow|tinkle| mutter (speak imperfectly) | susurrate . / steal on the ear| melt in the air| float on the air . / inaudible| scarcely audible| just audible| low| dull| stifled|muffled| hoarse| husky| gentle| soft| faint| floating| purling| flowing whispered liquid| soothing| dulcet (melodious) |susurrant| susurrous . / in a whisper| with bated breath| sotto voce [Lat-]| between theteeth| aside| piano| pianissimo| d la sourdine| out of earshotinaudibly . / (ii) SPECIFIC SOUNDS [Sudden and violent sounds] Snap snap rapping decrepitation| crepitation| report| thud| burst| explosion| blast|boom| discharge| detonation| firing| salvo| volley . / squib| cracker| firecracker| cherry bomb| M| gun| cap| cap gun|popgun . / implosion . / bomb burst| atomic explosion| nuclear explosion (arms) . / [explosive substances] gunpowder| dynamite| gun cotton|nitroglycerine| nitrocellulose| plastic explosive| plastique| TNT|cordite| trinitrotoluene| picric acid| picrates| mercury fulminate(arms) . / whack| wham| pow . / rap| snap| tap| knock| ping| click| clash| crack| crackle| crash|pop| slam| bang| blast| boom| clap| clang| clack| whack| wham| brustle|burst on the ear| crepitate| rump . / blow up| blow| detonate . / rapping Int . / kaboom!| whamo!| Heewhack!| pow!| [Repeated and protracted sounds] Roll roll drumming berloque| bombination| rumbling| tattoo| drumroll| dingdong|tantara| rataplan| whirr| ratatat| ratatat-tat| rubadub| pitapat|quaver| clutter| charivari| racket| cuckoo| repetition | peal ofbells| devil`s tattoo| reverberation . / [sound of railroad train rolling on rails] clickety-clack . / hum| purr . / [animals that hum] hummingbird . / [animals that purr] cat| kitten (animal sounds) . / roll| drum| rumble| rattle| clatter| patter| clack| bombinate . / hum| trill| shake| chime| peal| toll| tick| beat . / drum in the ear| din in the ear . / rolling monotonous (repeated) | like a bee in abottle . / Resonance resonance| ring ringing| tintinabulation reflexion [Brit]| reflection| reverberation| echo| reecho| zap|zot [Coll]| buzz (hiss) . / low note| base note| bass note| flat note| grave note| deep note|bass| basso| basso profondo [Italian]| baritone| barytone| 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) . / [physical resonance] sympathetic vibrations| natural frequency|coupled vibration frequency| overtone| resonating cavity| soundingboard| tuning fork . / [electrical resonance] tuning| squelch| frequency selection|resonator| resonator circuit| radio [chemical resonance] resonantstructure| aromaticity| alternating double bonds| nobonded resonance|pi clouds| unsaturation| double bond| (valence) . / resound| reverberate| reecho| resonate| ring| jingle| gingle| chink|clink| tink| tinkle| chime| gurgle | plash| goggle| echo| ring inthe ear . / resounding resonant| reverberant| tinnient| tintinnabulary|sonorous| booming| deep-toned| deep-sounding| deep-mouthed| vibrant|hollow| sepulchral| gruff (harsh) . / sweet bells jangled| out of time and harsh [Hamlet]| echoing downthe mountain and through the dell . / Nonresonance thud| thump| dead sound| nonresonance|muffled drums| cracked bell| damper| silencer . / sound dead| stop the sound| damp the sound| deaden the sound| deadenthe reverberations| dampen the reverberations . / nonresonant| dead| dampened| muffled . / [Hissing sounds] Sibilation sibilance| sibilation| zip|hiss sternutation| high note . / [animals that hiss] goose| serpent| snake (animal sounds) . / [animals that buzz] insect| bug| bee| mosquito| wasp| fly . / [inanimate things that hiss] tea kettle| pressure cooker| airvalve| pressure release valve| safety valve| tires| air escaping fromtires| punctured tire| escaping steam| steam| steam radiator| steamrelease valve . / hiss| buzz| whiz| rustle| fizz| fizzle| wheeze| whistle| snuffle|squash| sneeze| sizzle| swish . / sibilant| hissing wheezy| sternutative . / [Harsh sounds] Stridor creak creaking discord| | stridor| roughness| sharpness| | cacophony|cacoepy . / acute note| high note| soprano| treble| tenor| alto| falsetto|penny trumpet| voce di testa [Italian] . / creak| grate| jar| burr| pipe| twang| jangle| clank| clink| scream (cry) | yelp (animal sound) | buzz (hiss) . / set the teeth on edge| corcher les oreilles [Fr-]| pierce theears| split the ears| split the head| offend the ear| grate upon theear| jar upon the ear . / creaking stridulous| harsh| coarse| hoarse| horrisonous|rough| gruff| grum| sepulchral| hollow . / sharp| high| acute| shrill| trumpet-toned| piercing| ear-piercing|high-pitched| high-toned| cracked| discordant | cacophonous . / Cry cry voice (human) | hubbub| bark (animal) . / vociferation| outcry| hullabaloo| chorus| clamor| hue and cry|plaint| lungs| stentor . / cry| roar| shout| bawl| brawl| halloo| halloa| hoop| whoop| yell|bellow| howl| scream| screech| screak| shriek| shrill| squeak| squeal|squall| whine| pule| pipe| yaup . / cheer| hoot| grumble| moan| groan . / snore| snort| grunt (animal sounds) . / vociferate| raise up the voice| lift up the voice| call out| singout| 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`_egosiller| strain the throat|strain the voice| strain the lungs| give a cry crying clamant| clamorous| vociferous| stentorian (loud)| opemouthed . / [Animal sounds] Ululation cry crying bowwow|ululation| latration| belling| reboation| wood-note| insect cry|fritiniancy| drone| screech owl| cuckoo . / wailing (lamentation) . / cry| roar| bellow| blare| rebellow| 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| 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| bleat [lamb]| low| moo [cow| cattle]|troat| croak| peep [frog]| coo [dove| pigeon]| gobble [turkeys]| quack[duck]| honk| gaggle| guggle [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| ratatat[woodpecker] . / crying blatant| latrant| remugient| mugient| deep-mouthed|full-mouthed| rebellowing| reboant . / in full cry . / (iii) MUSICAL SOUNDS Melody . / Concord melody| rhythm| measure| rhyme (poetry) pitch| timbre| intonation| tone . / scale| gamut| diapason| diatonic chromatic scale| enharmonicscale| key| clef| chords . / modulation| temperament| syncope| syncopation| preparation|suspension| resolution . / staff| stave| line| space| brace| bar| rest| appoggiato|appoggiatura| acciaccatura . / note| musical note| notes of a scale| sharp| flat| natural| highnote (shrillness) | low note | interval| semitone| second|third| fourth | diatessaron . / breve| semibreve [Mus]| minim| crotchet| quaver| semiquaver|demisemiquaver| hemidemisemiquaver| sustained note| drone| burden . / tonic| key note| leading note| fundamental note| supertonic|mediant| dominant| submediant| subdominant| octave| tetrachord| majorkey| minor key| major scale| minor scale| major mode| minor mode|passage| phrase . / concord| harmony| emmeleia| unison| unisonance| chime| homophony|euphony| euphonism| tonality| consonance| consent| part . / [Science of harmony] harmony| harmonics| thorough-bass|fundamental-bass| counterpoint| faburden . / piece of music [Fr-]| composer| harmonist| contrapuntist(musician) . / be harmonious | harmonize| chime| symphonize| transpose| putin tune| tune| accord| string . / harmonious| harmonical| in concord n . / | in tune| in concert|unisonant| concentual| symphonizing| isotonic| homophonous| assonant|ariose| consonant . / measured| rhythmical| diatonic| chromatic| enharmonic . / melodious| musical| melic| tuneful| tunable| sweet| dulcet|canorous| mellow| mellifluous| soft| clear| clear as a bell| silvery|euphonious| euphonic| euphonical| symphonious| enchanting (pleasure-giving) | fine-toned| full-toned| silver-toned . / harmoniously| in harmony| as one . / the hidden soul of harmony [Milton] . / Discord discord| discordance| dissonance| cacophony| want ofharmony| caterwauling| harshness . / [Confused sounds]| Babel| Dutch concert| cat`s concert|marrowbones and cleavers . / be discordant | jar (sound harshly) . / discordant| dissonant| absonant| out of tune| tuneless| unmusical|untunable| unmelodious| immelodious| unharmonious| inharmonious|singsong| cacophonous| harsh | jarring . / Music music| concert| strain| tune| air| melody |aria| arietta| piece of music [Fr-]| work| number| opus| sonata| rondo|rondeau [Fr-]| pastorale| cavatina| roulade| fantasia| concerto|overture| symphony| variations| cadenza| cadence| fugue| canon|quodlibet| serenade| notturno [Italian]| dithyramb| opera| operetta|oratorio| composition| movement| stave| passamezzo [Italian]| toccata|Vorspiel [Germ-] . / instrumental music| full score| minstrelsy| tweedledum andtweedledee| band| orchestra| concerted piece [Fr-]| potpourri|capriccio . / vocal music| vocalism| chaunt| chant| psalm| psalmody| hymn| song (poem) | canticle| canzonet| cantata| bravura| lay| ballad|ditty| carol| pastoral| recitative| recitativo| solfeggio . / Lydian measures| slow music| slow movement| adagio |minuet| siren strains| soft music| lullaby| dump| dirge (lament)| pibroch| martial music| march| dance music| waltz (dance) . / solo| duet| duo| trio| quartet| quartett| septett| part song|descant| glee| madrigal| catch| round| chorus| chorale| antiphon|antiphony| accompaniment| second| bass| score| bourdon| drone|morceau| terzetto . / composer | musician . / compose| perform | attune . / musical| instrumental| vocal| choral| lyric| operatic| harmonious | Wagnerian . / adagio| largo| larghetto| andante| andantino| alla capella [Italian]|maestoso| moderato| allegro| allegretto| spiritoso| vivace| veloce|presto| prestissimo| con brio| capriccioso| scherzo| scherzando|legato| staccato| crescendo| diminuendo| rallentando| affettuoso|obbligato| pizzicato| desto . / in notes by distance made more sweet [Collins]| like the faintexquisite music of a dream [Moore]| music arose with its voluptuousswell [Byron]| music is the universal language of mankind [Longfellow]|music`s golden tongue [Keats]| the speech of angels [Carlyle]| willsing the savageness out of a bear [Othello]| music hath charms tosoothe the savage beast . / Musician [Performance of Music] musician| artiste|performer| player| minstrel| bard (poet) | [specific types ofmusicians] accompanist| accordionist| instrumentalist| organist|pianist| violinist| flautist| harper| fiddler| fifer| trumpeter| piper|drummer| catgut scraper . / band| orchestral waits . / vocalist| melodist| singer| warbler| songster| chaunter|chauntress| songstress| cantatrice . / choir| quire| chorister| chorus| chorus singer| liedertafel [Germ-] . / nightingale| philomel| thrush| siren| bulbul| mavis| Pierides|sacred nine| Orpheus| Apollo| the Muses Erato| Euterpe| Terpsichore|tuneful nine| tuneful quire . / composer . / performance| execution| touch| expression| solmization . / play| pipe| strike up| sweep the chords| tweedle| fiddle| strike thelyre| beat the drum| blow the horn| sound the horn| wind the horn|doodle| grind the organ| touch the guitar (instruments) | 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| intone . / have an ear for music| have a musical ear| have a correct ear . / playing musical . / adagio| andante (music) . / Musical Instruments musical instruments| band| string-band|brass-band| orchestra| orchestrina . / [Stringed instruments]| monochord| polychord| harp| lyre| lute|archlute| mandola| mandolin| mandoline| guitar| zither| cither|cithern| gittern| rebeck| bandurria| bandura| banjo| bina| vina|xanorphica . / viol| violin| fiddle| kit| viola| viola d`amore [Fr-]| viola digamba [Italian]| tenor| cremona| violoncello| bass| bass viol| base viol|theorbo| double base| contrabasso| violone| psaltery [Slang]| bow|fiddlestick . / piano| pianoforte| harpsichord| clavichord| clarichord|manichord| clavier| spinet| virginals| dulcimer| hurdy-gurdy| vielle|pianino| Eolian harp . / [Wind instruments]| organ| harmonium| harmoniphon| Americanorgan| barrel organ| hand organ| accordion| seraphina| concertina|humming top . / flute| fife| piccolo| flageolet| clarinet| claronet| basset horn|corno di bassetto [Italian]| oboe| hautboy| cor Anglais [Fr-]| cornoInglese| bassoon| double bassoon| contrafagotto| serpent| bassclarinet| bagpipes| union pipes| musette| ocarina| Pandean pipes| reedinstrument| sirene| pipe| pitch-pipe| sourdet| whistle| catcall|doodlesack| harmoniphone . / horn| bugle| cornet| cornet-a-pistons| cornopean| clarion|trumpet| trombone| ophicleide| French horn| saxophone| sax [Slang]|buglehorn| saxhorn| flugelhorn| althorn| helicanhorn| posthorn|sackbut| euphonium| bombardon tuba . / [Vibrating surfaces] cymbal| bell| gong| tambour| tambourine|tamborine| drum| tom-tom| tabor| tabret| tabourine| taborin| sidedrum| kettle drum| timpani| tympani| tymbal| timbrel| castanet| bones|musical glasses| musical stones| harmonica| sounding-board| rattle|tam-tam| zambomba . / [Vibrating bars] reed| tuning fork| triangle| Jew`s harp| musicalbox| harmonicon| xylophone . / sordine| sordet| sourdine| sourdet| mute . / (iv) PERCEPTION OF SOUND [Sense of sound] Hearing hearing audition|auscultation| eavesdropping| audibility . / acute ear| nice ear| delicate ear| quick ear| sharp ear| correctear| 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: list] telephone|phone| telephone booth| intercom| house phone| radiotelephone|radiophone| wireless| wireless telephone| mobile telephone| car radio|police radio| two-way radio| walkie-talkie [Mil]| handie-talkie|citizen`s band| CB| amateur radio| ham radio| short-wave radio| policeband| ship-to-shore radio| airplane radio| control tower communication|(communication) | | | | | electronic devices [devicesfor recording and reproducing recorded sound]| phonograph| gramophone|megaphone| phonorganon . / [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 . / hear| overhear| hark| harken| list| listen| pay attention| takeheed| 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 (resound) . / hearing auditory| auricular| acoustic| phonic . / arrectis auribus [Lat-] . / Int . / hark| hark ye!| hear!| list| listen!| O yes!| Oyez!| listen up[Coll]| listen here!| hear ye!| attention!| achtung [Germ-] . / Deafness deafness| hardness of hearing| surdity|inaudibility| inaudibleness . / be deaf | have no ear| shut one`s ears| stop one`s ears|close one`s ears| turn a deaf ear to . / render deaf| stun| deafen . / deaf| earless| surd| hard of hearing| dull of hearing| deaf-mute|stunned| deafened| stone deaf| deaf as a post| deaf as an adder| deafas a beetle| deaf as a trunkmaker . / inaudible| out of hearing . / hear no evil . / () Light(i) LIGHT IN GENERAL Light light| ray| beam| stream| gleam| streak| pencil|sunbeam| moonbeam| aurora . / day| sunshine| light of day| light of heaven| moonlight|starlight| sunlight (luminary) | daylight| broad daylight|noontide light| noontide| noonday| noonday sun . / glow glimmering glint| play of light| flood oflight| phosphorescence| lambent flame . / flush| halo| glory| nimbus| aureola . / spark| scintilla| facula| sparkling emication|scintillation| flash| blaze| coruscation| fulguration| flame (fire)| lightning| levin| ignis fatuus [Lat-]| (luminary) . / luster| sheen| shimmer| reflexion [Brit]| reflection| gloss|tinsel| spangle| brightness| brilliancy| splendor| effulgence|refulgence| fulgor| fulgidity| dazzlement| resplendence|transplendency| luminousness | luminosity| lucidity| renitency|nitency| radiance| radiation| irradiation| illumination . / actinic rays| actinism| Roentgeray| Xray| photography|heliography| photometer . / [Science of light] optics| photology| photometry| dioptrics|catoptrics . / [Distribution of light] chiaroscuro| clairobscur| clear obscure|breadth| light and shade| black and white| tonality . / reflection| refraction| dispersion| refractivity . / shine| glow| glitter| glister| glisten| twinkle| gleam| flare| flareup| glare| beam| shimmer| glimmer| flicker| sparkle| scintillate|coruscate| flash| blaze| be bright | reflect light| daze|dazzle| bedazzle| radiate| shoot out beams| fulgurate . / clear up| brighten . / lighten| enlighten| levin| light| light up| irradiate| shine upon|give out a light| hang out a light| cast light upon| cast light in|throw light upon| throw light in| shed light upon| shed luster upon|illume| illumine| illuminate| relume| strike a light| kindle (setfire to) . / shining luminous| luminiferous| lucid| lucent| luculent|lucific| luciferous| light| lightsome| bright| vivid| splendent|nitid| lustrous| shiny| beamy| scintillant| radiant| lambent| sheen|sheeny| glossy| burnished| glassy| sunny| orient| meridian| noonday|tide| cloudless| clear| unclouded| unobscured . / gairish| garish| resplendent| transplendent| refulgent|effulgent| fulgid| fulgent| relucent| splendid| blazing| in a blaze|ablaze| rutilant| meteoric| phosphorescent| aglow . / bright as silver| light as day| bright as day| light as noonday|bright as noonday| bright as the sun at noonday . / actinic| photogenic| graphic| heliographic| heliophagous . / a day for gods to stoop and men to soar [Tennyson]| dark withexcessive bright [Milton] . / Darkness darkness | absence of light| blackness (dark color) | obscurity| gloom| murk| dusk (dimness) . / Cimmerian darkness| Stygian darkness| Egyptian darkness| night|midnight| dead of night| witching hour of night| witching time ofnight| blind man`s holiday| darkness visible| darkness that can befelt| palpable obscure| Erebus [Lat-]| the jaws of darkness [MidsummerNight`s Dream]| sablevested night [Milton] . / shade| shadow| umbra| penumbra| sciagraphy . / obscuration| occultation| adumbration| obumbration|obtenebration| offuscation| caligation| extinction| eclipse| totaleclipse| gathering of the clouds . / shading| distribution of shade| chiaroscuro (light) . / noctivagation . / [perfectly black objects] black body| hohlraum [Phys]| blackhole| dark star| dark matter| cold dark matter . / be dark . / darken| obscure| shade| dim| tone down| lower|overcast| overshadow| eclipse| obfuscate| offuscate| obumbrate|adumbrate| cast into the shade becloud| bedim| bedarken| cast a shade|throw a shade| spread a shade| cast a shadow| cast a gloom| throw ashadow| spread a shadow| cast gloom| throw gloom| spread gloom . / extinguish| put out| blow out| snuff out| doubt . / turn out the lights| douse the lights| dim the lights| turn offthe lights| switch off the lights . / dark| darksome| darkling| obscure| tenebrious| sombrous| pitchdark| pitchy| pitch black| caliginous| black (in color) . / sunless| lightless (sun) (light)| | somber| dusky|unilluminated (illuminate) [Obs]| nocturnal| dingy| lurid|gloomy| murky| murksome| shady| umbrageous| overcast (dim) |cloudy (opaque) | darkened| dark as pitch| dark as a pit|dark as Erebus [Lat-] . / benighted| noctivagant| noctivagous . / in the dark| in the shade . / brief as the lightning in the collied night [M . / D]| eldest Night and Chaos| ancestors of Nature [Paradise Lost]|the blackness of the noonday night [Longfellow]| the prayer of Ajax wasfor light [Longfellow] . / Dimness dimness | darkness | paleness (lightcolor) . / half light| demi-jour| partial shadow| partial eclipse| shadow ofa shade| glimmer| gliming| nebulosity| cloud | eclipse . / aurora| dusk| twilight| shades of evening| crepuscule| cockshuttime| break of day| daybreak| dawn . / moonlight| moonbeam| moonglade| moonshine| starlight| owl`s light|candlelight| rushlight| firelight| farthing candle . / be dim| grow dim | flicker| twinkle| glimmer| loom| lower|fade| pale| pale its ineffectual fire [Hamlet] . / render dim | dim| bedim| obscure| darken| tone down . / dim| dull| lackluster| dingy| darkish| shorn of its beams| dark faint| shadowed forth| glassy| cloudy| misty (opaque) |blear| muggy| fuliginous| nebulous| nebular| obnubilated| overcast|crepuscular| muddy| lurid| leaden| dun| dirty| looming pale (colorless) | confused (invisible) . / [Source of light| self-luminous body] Luminary luminary|light | flame (fire) . / spark| scintilla| phosphorescence| fluorescence . / sun| orb of day| Phoebus| Apollo| Aurora| star| orb| meteor|falling star| shooting star| blazing star| dog star| Sirius| canicula|Aldebaran| constellation| galaxy| zodiacal light| anthelion| day star|morning star| Lucifer| mock sun| parhelion| phosphor| phosphorus| sundog| Venus . / aurora| polar lights| northern lights| aurora borealis| southernlights| aurora australis . / lightning| chain lightning| fork lightning| sheet lightning|summer lightning| ball lightning| kugelblitz [Germ-]| [chemical substancesgiving off light without burning] phosphorus| yellow phosphorus|scintillator| phosphor| firefly luminescence . / ignis fatuus [Lat-]| Jack o`lantern| Friar`s lantern| will-o`-the-wisp| firedrake| Fata Morgana [Lat-]| Saint Elmo`s fire . / [luminous insects] glowworm| firefly| June bug| lightning bug . / [luminous fish] anglerfish . / [Artificial light] gas| gas light| lime light| lantern| lanthorn|dark lantern| bull`s-eye| candle| bougie [Fr-]| taper| rushlight| oil (grease) | wick| burner| Argand| moderator| duplex| torch|flambeau| link| brand| gaselier| chandelier| electrolier| candelabrum|candelabra| girandole| sconce| luster| candlestick . / [nocombustion based light sources] lamp| light| incandescentlamp| tungsten bulb| light bulb| flashlight| torch [Brit]| arc light|laser| [microwave radiation]| maser neon bulb| neon sign| fluorescentlamp . / [parts of a light bulb] filament| socket| contacts| filler gas . / firework| fizgig| pyrotechnics| rocket| lighthouse (signal) illuminate (light) . / self-luminous| glowing| phosphoric| phosphorescent| fluorescent|incandescent| luminescent| chemiluminescent| radiant (light) . / blossomed the lovely stars| the forget-me-nots of the angels[Longfellow]| the sentinel stars set their watch in the sky [Campbell]|the planets in their station list`ning stood [Paradise Lost]| theScriptures of the skies [Bailey]| that orbed continent| the fire thatsevers day from night [Twelfth Night] . / Shade shade| awning (cover) | parasol| sunshade|umbrella| chick| portiere| screen| curtain| shutter| blind| gauze|veil| chador| mantle| mask| cloud| mist| gathering . / of clouds . / umbrage| glade| shadow . / beach umbrella| folding umbrella . / draw a curtain| put up a shutter| close a shutter| veil casta shadow (darken) . / shady| umbrageous . / welcome ye shades! ye bowery thickets hail [Thomson] . / Transparency transparence| transparency| clarity|translucence| translucency| diaphaneity| lucidity| pellucidity|limpidity| fluorescence| transillumination| translumination . / transparent medium| glass| crystal| lymph| vitrite| water . / be transparent | transmit light . / transparent| pellucid| lucid| diaphanous| translucent| tralucent|relucent| limpid| clear| serene| crystalline| clear as crystal|vitreous| transpicuous| glassy| hyaline| hyaloid [Med]| vitreform . / Opacity opacity| opaqueness . / film| cloud . / be opaque | obstruct the passage of light| obfuscate|offuscate . / opaque| impervious to light| adiaphanous| dim | turbid|thick| muddy| opacous| obfuscated| fuliginous| cloud| hazy| misty|foggy| vaporous| nubiferous| muggy (turbidity) smoky| fumid| murky| dirty . / Turbidity turbidity| cloudiness| fog| haze| muddiness|haziness| obscurity . / nephelometer [instrument to measure turbidity] . / turbid| thick| muddy| obfuscated| fuliginous| hazy| misty| foggy|vaporous| nubiferous| cloudy (cloud) . / smoky| fumid| murky| dirty . / Semitransparency semitransparency| translucency|semiopacity| opalescence| milkiness| pearliness| gauze| muslin| film|mica| mother-of-pearl| nacre| mist (cloud) . / [opalescent jewel] opal . / turbidity semitransparent| translucent| semipellucid| semidiaphanous|semiopacous| semiopaque| opalescent| opaline| pearly| milky| frosted|nacreous . / opalesce . / (ii) SPECIFIC LIGHT Color color| hue| tint| tinge| dye| complexion| shade|tincture| cast| livery| coloration| glow| flush| tone| key . / pure color| positive color| primary color| primitive complementarycolor| three primaries| spectrum| chromatic dispersion| broken color|secondary color| tertiary color . / local color| coloring| keeping| tone| value| aerial perspective . / [Science of color] chromatics| spectrum analysis| spectroscopy|chromatism| chromatography| chromatology . / [instruments to measure color] prism| spectroscope| spectrograph|spectrometer| colorimeter (optical instruments) . / pigment| coloring matter| paint| dye| wash| distemper| stain|medium| mordant| oil paint (painting) . / color| dye| tinge| stain| tint| tinct| paint| wash| ingrain| grain|illuminate| emblazon| bedizen| imbue| paint (fine art) . / colored colorific| tingent| tinctorial| chromatic|prismatic| full-colored| high-colored| deep-colored| doubly-dyed|polychromatic| chromatogenous| tingible . / bright| vivid| intense| deep| fresh| unfaded| rich| gorgeous| gay . / gaudy| florid| gay| garish| rainbow-colored| multihued| showy|flaunting| flashy| raw| crude| glaring| flaring| discordant|inharmonious . / mellow| pastel| harmonious| pearly| sweet| delicate| tender|refined . / [Absence of color] Achromatism achromatism| decoloration|discoloration| pallor| pallidness| pallidity| paleness |etiolation| neutral tint| monochrome| black and white . / lose color | fade| fly| go| become colorless | turnpale| pale . / deprive of color| decolorize| bleach| tarnish| achromatize|blanch| etiolate| wash out| tone down . / uncolored (color) | colorless| achromatic| aplanatic|etiolate| etiolated| hueless| pale| pallid| palefaced| tallow-faced|faint| dull| cold| muddy| leaden| dun| wan| sallow| dead| dingy| ashy|ashen| ghastly| cadaverous| glassy| lackluster| discolored light-colored| fair| blond| white . / pale as death| pale as ashes| pale as a witch| pale as a ghost|pale as a corpse| white as a corpse . / Whiteness whiteness | argent . / albification| etiolation| lactescence . / snow| paper| chalk| milk| lily| ivory| alabaster| albata| eburin|German silver| white metal| barium sulphate [Chem]| titanium oxide|blanc fixe [Fr-]| ceruse| pearl white| white lead| carbonate of lead . / be white . / render white | whiten| bleach| blanch|etiolate| whitewash| silver . / white| milk-white| snow-white| snowy| niveous| candid| chalky|hoar| hoary| silvery| argent| argentine| canescent| cretaceous|lactescent . / whitish| creamy| pearly| fair| blond| blanched high intone| light . / white as a sheet| white as driven snow| white as a lily| white assilver| like ivory Blackness blackness| | darkness| (want of light)| swartliness| lividity| dark color| tone| color| chiaroscuro nigrification| infuscation . / jet| ink| ebony| coal pitch| soot| charcoal| sloe| smut| raven|crow . / [derogatory terms for black-skinned people] negro| blackamoor| manof color| nigger| darkie| Ethiop| black| buck| nigger [U . / S]| coon[U . / S]| sambo . / [Pigments] lampblack| ivory black| blueblack| writing ink|printing ink| printer`s ink| Indian ink| India ink . / be black | render black . / blacken| infuscate|denigrate| blot| blotch| smutch| smirch| darken . / black| sable| swarthy| somber| dark| inky| ebony| ebon|atramentous| jetty| coal-black| jet-black| fuliginous| pitchy| sooty|swart| dusky| dingy| murky| Ethiopic| low-toned| low in tone| of thedeepest dye . / black as jet n . / | black as my hat| black as a shoe| black as atinker`s pot| black as November| black as thunder| black as midnight|nocturnal (dark) | nigrescent| gray | obscure . / in mourning . / Gray gray | neutral tint| silver| pepper and salt|chiaroscuro| grisaille [Fr-] . / [Pigments] Payne`s gray| black . / gray| grey| irogray| dun| drab| dingy| leaden| livid| somber|sad| pearly| russet| roan| calcareous| limy| favillous| silver|silvery| silvered| ashen| ashy| cinereous| cineritious| grizzly|grizzled| slate-colored| stone-colored| mouse-colored| ash-colored|cool . / Brown brown . / [Pigments]|| bister ocher| sepia|Vandyke brown . / render brown | tan| embrown| bronze . / brown| bay| dapple| auburn| castaneous| chestnut| nut-brown|cinnamon| russet| tawny| fuscous| chocolate| maroon| foxy| tan|brunette| whitey brown| fawcolored| snuff-colored| liver-colored|brown as a berry| brown as mahogany| brown as the oak leaves| khaki . / suburnt| tanned Primitive Colors Redness red| scarlet| vermilion| carmine| crimson| pink|lake| maroon| carnation| couleur de rose [Fr-]| rose du Barry| magenta|damask| purple| flesh color| flesh tint| color| fresh color| highcolor| warmth| gules [Heral] . / ruby| carbuncle| rose| rust| iron mold . / [Dyes and pigments] cinnabar| cochineal| fuchsine| ruddle|madder| Indian red| light red| Venetian red| red ink| annotto|annatto| realgar| minium| red lead . / redness | rubescence| rubicundity| rubification|erubescence| blush . / be red| become red | blush| flush| color up| mantle| redden . / render red | redden| rouge| rubify| rubricate|incarnadine . / | ruddle . / red n . / | reddish| rufous| ruddy| florid| incarnadine| sanguine|rosy| roseate| blowzy| blowed| burnt| rubicund| rubiform| lurid|stammell blood red| russet buff| murrey| carroty| sorrel|lateritious| rubineous| rubricate| rubricose| rufulous . / rose-colored| ruby-colored| cherry-colored| claret-colored| flame-colored| flesh-colored| peach-colored| salmocolored| brick-colored|brick-colored| dust-colored . / blushing erubescent| reddened red as fire| red asblood| red as scarlet| red as a turkey cock| red as a lobster| warm|hot| foxy . / Complementary Colors Greenness green | blue and yellow| vert [Heral] . / emerald| verd antique [Fr-]| verdigris| malachite| beryl|aquamarine| absinthe| cr=eme de menthe [Fr-] . / [Pigments] terre verte [Fr-]| verditer| verdine| copperas . / greenness| verdure| viridity| viridescence| verditure . / [disease of eyes with green tint] glaucoma| rokunaisho [Jap . / Tr] . / green| verdant| glaucous| olive| olive green| green as grass|verdurous . / emerald green| pea green| grass green| apple green| sea green|olive green| bottle green| coke bottle green . / greenish| virent| virescent . / green (learner) | new| inexperienced| novice| (unskillful) . / green (ill| sick) . / green with envy| the green grass of Ireland| the wearing of thegreen . / Yellowness yellow | or . / [Pigments] gamboge| cadmium-yellow| chrome-yellow| Indiayellowking`s-yellow| lemonyellow| orpiment| yellow ocher| Claude tint|aureolin| xanthein [Chem]| xanthin| zaofulvin . / crocus| saffron| topaz| xanthite| yolk . / jaundice| London fog| yellowness | icterus| xantho-cyanopia| xanthopsia [Med] . / yellow| aureate| golden| flavous| citrine| fallow| fulvous|fulvid| sallow| luteous| tawny| creamy| sandy| xanthic| xanthous|jaundiced| auricomous . / gold-colored| citrocolored| saffrocolored| lemocolored|lemon yellow| sulphur-colored| amber-colored| straw-colored| primrose-colored| creamcolored| xanthocarpous| xanthochroid| xanthopous . / yellow as a quince| yellow as a guinea| yellow as a crow`s foot . / warm| advancing . / Purple purple | blue and red| bishop`s purple|aniline dyes| gridelin| amethyst| purpure [Heral]| heliotrope . / lividness| lividity . / empurple . / purple| violet| ultraviolet| plum-colored| lavender| lilac| puce|mauve| livid . / Blueness blue | garter-blue| watchet . / [Pigments] ultramarine| smalt| cobalt| cyanogen [Chem]| Prussianblue| syenite blue| bice| indigo| zaffer . / lapis lazuli| sapphire| turquoise| indicolite . / blueness| bluishness| bloom . / blue| azure| cerulean| sky-blue| sky-colored| sky-dyed|cerulescent| powder blue| bluish| atmospheric| retiring| cold . / Orange orange| red and yellow| gold| or| flame color . / [Pigments] ocher| Mars`orange| cadmium . / cardinal bird| cardinal flower| cardinal grosbeak| cardinallobelia (a flowering plant) . / gild| warm . / orange| ochreous| orange-colored| gold-colored| flame-colored|copper-colored| brass-colored| apricot-colored| warm| hot| glowing . / Variegation variegation| colors| dichroism| trichroism|iridescence| play of colors| polychrome| maculation| spottiness|striae . / spectrum| rainbow| iris| tulip| peacock| chameleon| butterfly|tortoise shell| mackerel| mackerel sky| zebra| leopard| cheetah| nacre|ocelot| ophite| mother-of-pearl| opal| marble . / check| plaid| tartan| patchwork| marquetry-| parquetry| mosaic|tesserae| strigae| chessboard| checkers| chequers| harlequin| Joseph`scoat| tricolor . / be variegated | variegate| stripe| streak| checker| chequer|bespeckle| speckle| besprinkle| sprinkle| stipple| maculate| dot|bespot| tattoo| inlay| damascene| embroider| braid| quilt . / variegated many-colored| many-hued| divers-colored| party-colored| dichromatic| polychromatic| bicolor| tricolor| versicolor| ofall the colors of the rainbow| of all manner of colors| kaleidoscopic . / iridescent| opaline| opalescent| prismatic| nacreous| pearly|shot| gorge de pigeon| chatoyant| irisated| pavonine . / pied| piebald| motley| mottled| marbled| pepper and salt| paned|dappled| clouded| cymophanous . / mosaic| tesselated| plaid| tortoise shell spotted| spotty|punctated| powdered| speckled freckled| flea-bitten| studded|flecked| fleckered| striated| barred| veined| brinded| brindled|tabby| watered| grizzled| listed| embroidered daedal| naevose|stipiform| strigose| striolate . / (iii) PERCEPTIONS OF LIGHT Vision vision| sight| optics| eyesight . / view| look| espial| glance| ken [Scot]| coup d`oeil [Fr-]|glimpse| glint| peep| gaze| stare| leer| perlustration| contemplation|conspection| conspectuity| regard| survey| introspection|reconnaissance| speculation| watch| espionage| espionnage [Fr-]|autopsy| ocular inspection| ocular demonstration| sight-seeing . / point of view| gazebo| loophole| belvedere| watchtower . / field of view| theater| amphitheater| arena| vista| horizon|commanding view| bird`s eye view| periscope . / visual organ| organ of vision| eye| naked eye| unassisted eye|retina| pupil| iris| cornea| white| optics| orbs| saucer eyes| goggleeyes| gooseberry eyes . / short sight | clear sight| sharp sight| quick sight| eaglesight| piercing sight| penetrating sight| clear glance| sharp glance|quick glance| eagle glance| piercing glance| penetrating glance| cleareye| sharp eye| quick eye| eagle eye| piercing eye| penetrating eye|perspicacity| discernment| catopsis . / eagle| hawk| cat| lynx| Argus . / evil eye| basilisk| cockatrice [Myth] . / see| behold| discern| perceive| have in sight| descry| sight| makeout| discover| distinguish| recognize| spy| espy| ken [Scot]| get asight of| have a sight of| catch a sight of| get a glimpse of| have aglimpse of| catch a glimpse of| command a view of| witness|contemplate| speculate| cast the eyes on| set the eyes on| be aspectator of | look on (be present) | see sights (curiosity) | see at a glance (intelligence) . / look| view| eye| lift up the eyes| open one`s eye| look at| lookon| look upon| look over| look about one| look round| survey| scan|inspect| run the eye over| run the eye through| reconnoiter| glanceround| glance on| glance over turn one`s looks upon| bend one`s looksupon| direct the eyes to| turn the eyes on| cast a glance . / observe (attend to) | watch (care) | see with one`sown eyes| watch for (expect) | peep| peer| pry| take a peep| playat bopeep . / look full in the face| look hard at| look intently| strain one`seyes| fix the eyes upon| rivet the eyes upon| stare| gaze| pore over|gloat on| leer| ogle| glare| goggle| cock the eye| squint| gloat| lookaskance . / seeing visual| ocular| optic| optical| ophthalmic . / clear-eyesighted n . / | eagle-eyed| hawk-eyed| lynx-eyed| keeeyed| Argus-eyed . / visible . / visibly | in sight of| with one`s eyes open at sight| atfirst sight| at a glance| at the first blush| prima facie [Lat-] . / Int . / look!| (attention) . / the scales falling from one`s eyes| an eye like Mars to threatenor command [Hamlet]| her eyes are homes of silent prayer [Tennyson]|looking before and after [Hamlet]| thy rapt soul sitting in thine eyes[Milton] . / Blindness blindness| cecity| excecation| amaurosis|cataract| ablepsy| ablepsia| prestriction| dim-sightedness |Braille| Braille-type| guttaserena (drop serene)| noctograph|teichopsia . / be blind | not see| lose sight of| have the eyes bandaged|grope in the dark . / not look| close the eyes| shut the eyes-| turn away the eyes|avert the eyes| look another way| wink (limited vision) | shutthe eyes to| be blind to| wink at| blink at . / render blind | blind| blindfold| hoodwink| dazzle| putone`s eyes out| throw dust into one`s eyes| pull the wool over one`seyes| jeter de la poudre aux yeux [Fr-]| screen from sight (hide) blind| eyeless| sightless| visionless| dark| stone-blind| sand-blind| stark-blind| undiscerning| dimsighted . / blind as a bat| blind as a buzzard| blind as a beetle| blind as amole| blind as an owl| wall-eyed . / blinded blindly| blindfold| blindfolded| darkly . / O dark| dark| dark| amid the blaze of noon [Milton] . / [Imperfect vision] Dimsightedness [Fallacies of vision] dim sight| dull sight half sight| short sight| near sight| long sight|double sight| astigmatic sight| failing sight| dimsightedness |purblindness| lippitude| myopia| presbyopia| confusion of vision|astigmatism| color blindness| chromato pseudo blepsis| Daltonism|nyctalopia| strabismus| strabism| squint| blearedness| day blindness|hemeralopia| nystagmus| xanthocyanopia| xanthopsia [Med]| cast in theeye| swivel eye| goggle-eyes| obliquity of vision . / winking nictitation| blinkard| albino . / dizziness| swimming| scotomy| cataract| ophthalmia . / [Limitation of vision] blinker| screen (hider) . / [Fallacies of vision] deceptio visus [Lat-]| refraction|distortion| illusion| false light| anamorphosis| virtual image|spectrum| mirage| looming| phasma| phantasm| phantasma| phantom|vision| specter| apparition| ghost| ignis fatuus [Lat-] (luminary)| specter of the Brocken| magic mirror| magic lantern (show) |mirror lens (instrument) . / be dimsighted n . / | see double| have a mote in the eye| have a mistbefore the eyes| have a film over the eyes| see through a prism| seethrough a glass darkly| wink| blink| nictitate| squint| look askant|askant askance| screw up the eyes| glare| glower| nictate . / dazzle| loom . / dim-sighted n . / | myopic| presbyopic| astigmatic| mooeyed|mope-eyed| blear-eyed| goggle-eyed| gooseberry-eyed| one-eyed| blind ofone eye| monoculous| half-blind| purblind| cock-eyed| dim-eyed| mole-eyed| dichroic . / blind as a bat (blind) | winking Spectator spectator| beholder| observer| looker-on|onlooker| witness| eyewitness| bystander| passer by| sightseer|rubberneck| rubbernecker [U . / S] . / spy| sentinel (warning) . / witness| behold (see) | look on (be present) | gawk|rubber [Slang]| rubberneck [U . / S] . / Optical Instruments optical instruments| lens| meniscus|magnifier| sunglass| magnifying glass| hand lens| microscope|megascope| tienoscope . / spectacles| specs [Coll]| glasses| barnacles| goggles| eyeglass|pince-nez| monocle| reading glasses| bifocals| contact lenses| softlenses| hard lenses| sunglasses| shades [Coll] . / periscopic lens| telescope| glass| lorgnette| spyglass| operaglass| binocular| binoculars| field glass| burning glass| convex lens|concave lens| convexo-concave lens| coated lens| multiple lens|compound lens| lens system| telephoto lens| wide-angle lens| fish-eyelens| zoom lens| optical bench . / astronomical telescope| reflecting telescope| reflector|refracting telescope| refractor| Newtonian telescope| folded-pathtelescope| finder telescope| chromatoscope| X-ray telescope|radiotelescope| phased-array telescope| Very Large Arrayradiotelescope| ultraviolet telescope| infrared telescope| starspectroscope| space telescope . / [telescope mounts] altazimuth mount| equatorial mount . / refractometer| circular dichroism spectrometer . / interferometer . / phase-contrast microscope| fluorescence microscope| dissectingmicroscope| electron microscope| transmission electron microscope|scanning electron microscope| SEM| scanning tunneling electronmicroscope . / [microscope components] objective lens| eyepiece| barrel|platform| focusing knob| slide| slide glass| cover glass| countingchamber| illuminator| light source| polarizer| [component parts oftelescopes] reticle| cross-hairs . / light pipe| fiber optics mirror| reflector| speculum| looking-glass| pier-glass| cheval-glass| rear-view mirror| hand mirror| one-waymirror| magnifying mirror . / [room with distorting mirrors] fun house . / prism| diffraction grating| beam splitter| half-wave plate|quarter-wave plate . / camera lucida [Lat-]| camera obscura [Lat-]| magic lantern (show) | stereopticon| chromatrope| thaumatrope| stereoscope|pseudoscope| polyscope| kaleidoscope . / photometer| eriometer| actinometer| lucimeter| radiometer| ligthdetector| photodiode| photomultiplier| photodiode array| photocell . / X-ray diffractometer| goniometer . / spectrometer| monochrometer| UV spectrometer| visiblespectrometer| Infrared spectrometer| Fourier transform infraredspectrometer| recording spectrometer| densitometer| scanningdensitometer| two-dimensional densitometer . / abdominoscope| gastroscope [Med]| helioscope| polariscope|polemoscope| spectroscope . / abdominoscopy| gastroscopy [Med]| microscopy| microscopist . / Visibility visibility| perceptibility| conspicuousness|distinctness | conspicuity| conspicuousness| appearance |bassetting| exposure| manifestation | ocular proof| ocularevidence| ocular demonstration| field of view (vision) |periscopism . / be become visible | appear| open to the view| meet the eye|catch the eye| basset| present itself| show manifest itself| produceitself| discover itself| reveal itself| expose itself| betray itself|stand forth| stand out| materialize| show| arise| peep out| peer out|crop out| start up| spring up| show up| turn up| crop up| glimmer|loom| glare| burst forth| burst upon the view| burst upon the sight|heave in sight| come in sight| come into view| come out| come forth|come forward| see the light of day| break through the clouds| make itsappearance| show its face| appear to one`s eyes| come upon the stage|float before the eyes| speak for itself (manifest) | attract theattention | reappear| live in a glass house . / expose to view . / visible| perceptible| perceivable| discernible| apparent| in view|in full view| in sight| exposed to view| en vidence| unclouded|unobscured| in the foreground . / obvious (manifest) | plain| clear| distinct| definite| welldefined| well marked| in focus| recognizable| palpable| autoptical|glaring| staring| conspicuous| stereoscopic| in bold| in strong relief . / periscopic| panoramic . / before one`s eyes| under one`s eyes| before one| +a vue d`oeil[Fr-]| in one`s eye| oculis subjecta fidelibus [Lat-] . / visibly | in sight of| before one`s eyes | veluti inspeculum [Lat-] . / Invisibility invisibility| invisibleness| nonappearance|imperceptibility| indistinctness | mystery| delitescence . / concealment | latency . / be invisible | be hidden (hide) | lurk (lie hidden)| escape notice . / render invisible | conceal | put out of sight . / not see (be blind) | lose sight of . / invisible| imperceptible| undiscernible| indiscernible|unapparent| noapparent| out of sight| not in sight| a perte de vue[Fr-]| behind the scenes| behind the curtain| viewless| sightless|inconspicuous| unconspicuous| unseen (see) | covert (latent) | eclipsed| under an eclipse . / dim (faint) | mysterious| dark| obscure| confused|indistinct| indistinguishable| shadowy| indefinite| undefined| ill-defined| ill-marked| blurred| fuzzy| out of focus| misty (opaque)| delitescent . / hidden| obscured| covered| veiled (concealed) . / full many a flower is born to blush unseen [Gray] . / Appearance appearance| phenomenon| sight| spectacle| show|premonstration| scene| species| view| coup d`oeil [Fr-]| lookout|outlook| prospect| vista| perspective| bird`s-eye view| scenery|landscape| picture| tableau| display| exposure| mise en sc ne [Fr-]|rising of the curtain . / phantasm| phantom (fallacy of vision) . / pageant| spectacle| peep-show| raree-show| gallanty-show| ombreschinoises [Spanish]| magic lantern| phantasmagoria| dissolving views|biograph| cinematograph| moving pictures| panorama| diorama|cosmorama| georama| coup de theatre| jeu de theatre [Fr-]| pageantry (ostentation) | insignia (indication) . / aspect| angle| phase| phasis| seeming| shape (form) | guise|look| complexion| color| image| mien| air| cast| carriage| port|demeanor| presence| expression| first blush| face of the thing| pointof view| light . / lineament feature trait lines| outline| outside| contour| face|countenance| physiognomy| visage| phiz . / | cast of countenance| profile|tournure| cut of one s jib| metoposcopy| outside . / appear| be visible| become visible | seem| look| show| presentthe appearance of| wear the appearance of| carry the appearance of|have the appearance of| bear the appearance of| exhibit the appearanceof| take the appearance of| take on the appearance of| assume theappearance| present the semblance of| wear the semblance of| carry thesemblance of| have the semblance of| bear the semblance of| exhibit thesemblance of| take the semblance of| take on the semblance of| assumethe semblance of| look like| cut a figure| figure| present to the view|show (make manifest) . / apparent| seeming| ostensible| on view . / apparently| to all seeming| to all appearance| ostensibly|seemingly| as it seems| on the face of it| prima facie [Lat-]| at thefirst blush| at first sight| in the eyes of| to the eye . / editio princeps [Lat-] . / Disappearance disappearance| evanescence| eclipse|occultation . / departure | exit| vanishing point| dissolving views . / disappear| vanish| dissolve| fade| melt away| pass| go| avaunt|evaporate| vaporize| be gone | leave no trace| leave `not a rackbehind` [Tempest]| go off the stage (depart) | suffer an eclipse|undergo an eclipse| retire from sight| be lost to view| pass out ofsight . / lose sight of . / efface . / disappearing evanescent| missing| lost| lost to sight| lostto view| gone . / Int . / vanish!| disappear!| avaunt!| get lost!| get out of here (ejection) . / Intellect intellect| mind| understanding| reason| thinkingprinciple| rationality| cogitative faculties| cognitive faculties|discursive faculties| reasoning faculties| intellectual faculties|faculties| senses| consciousness| observation| percipience|intelligence| intellection| intuition| association of ideas| instinct|conception| judgment| wits| parts| capacity| intellectuality| genius|brains| cognitive powers| intellectual powers| wit | ability (skill) | wisdom | Vernunft [Germ-]| Verstand [Germ-] . / soul| spirit| ghost| inner man| heart| breast| bosom| penetraliamentis [Lat-]| divina particula aurae [Lat-]| heart`s core| theAbsolute| psyche| subliminal consciousness| supreme principle . / brain| organ of thought| seat of thought| sensorium| sensory|head| headpiece| pate| noddle| noggin| skull| scull| pericranium[Med]| cerebrum| cranium| brainpan| sconce| upper story . / [in computers] [Comp] central processing unit| CPU| arithmeticand logical unit| ALU . / [Science of mind] metaphysics| psychics| psychology| ideology|mental philosophy| moral philosophy| philosophy of the mind|pneumatology| phrenology| craniology [Med]| cranioscopy [Med] . / ideality| idealism| transcendentalism| spiritualism| immateriality | universal concept| universal conception . / metaphysician| psychologist note| notice| mark| take notice of| take cognizance of be aware of|be conscious of| realize| appreciate| ruminate (think) | fancy (imagine) . / intellectual [Relating to intellect]| mental| rational|subjective| metaphysical| nooscopic| spiritual| ghostly| psychical|psychological| cerebral| animastic| brainy| hyperphysical|superphysical| subconscious| subliminal . / immaterial | endowed with reason . / in petto . / ens rationis [Lat-]| frons est animi janua [Lat-] [Cicero]| locosy ninos dicen la verdad [Spanish]| mens sola loco non exulat [Lat-] [Ovid]|my mind is my kingdom [Campbell]| stern men with empires in theirbrains [Lowell]| the mind| the music breathing from her face [Byron]|thou living ray of intellectual Fire [Falconer] . / Absence or want of Intellect absence of intellect| want ofintellect | imbecility . / brutality| brute force . / instinct| brute instinct| stimulus-response loop| conditionedresponse| instinctive reaction| Pavlovian response . / mimicry| aping (imitation) . / moron| imbecile| idiot| fool | dumb animal| vegetable| braindead . / unendowed with reason| void of reason| thoughtless| vegetative|moronic [Sarc]| idiotic [Sarc]| brainless [Sarc] . / instinctively| like Pavlov`s dog| vegetatively . / mimic| ape (imitate) | respond instinctively . / Thought thought| exercitation of the intellect| exercise ofthe intellect| intellection| reflection| cogitation| consideration|meditation| study| lucubration| speculation| deliberation| pondering|head work| brain work| cerebration| deep reflection| close study|application (attention) . / abstract thought| abstraction contemplation| musing| brown study (inattention) | reverie| Platonism| depth of thought| workings ofthe mind| thoughts| inmost thoughts| self-counsel self-communing| self-consultation| philosophy of the Absolute| philosophy of the Academy|philosophy of the Garden| philosophy of the lyceum| philosophy of thePorch . / association of thought| succession of thought| flow of thought|train of thought| current of thought| association of ideas| successionof ideas| flow of ideas| train of ideas| current of ideas . / after thought| mature thought| reconsideration| second thoughts|retrospection (memory) | excogitation| examination (inquiry)| invention (imagination) . / thoughtfulness . / think| reflect| cogitate| excogitate| consider| deliberate| bestowthought upon| bestow consideration upon| speculate| contemplate|meditate| ponder| muse| dream| ruminate| brood over| con over|animadvert| study| bend the mind| apply the mind (attend) |digest| discuss| hammer at| weigh| perpend| realize| appreciate| fancy (imagine) | trow . / take into consideration| take counsel (be advised) | communewith oneself| bethink oneself| collect one`s thoughts| revolve in themind| turn over in the mind| run over in the mind| chew the cud upon|sleep upon| take counsel of one`s pillow| advise with one`s pillow . / rack one`s brains| ransack one`s brains| crack one`s brains| beatone`s brains| cudgel one`s brains| set one`s brain to work| set one`swits to work . / harbor an idea| entertain an idea| cherish an idea| nurture anidea | take into one`s head| bear in mind| reconsider . / occur| present itself| suggest itself| come into one`s head| getinto one`s head| strike one| flit across the view| come uppermost| runin one s head| enter the mind| pass in the mind| cross the mind| flashon the mind| flash across the mind| float in the mind| fasten itself onthe mind| be uppermost in the mind| occupy the mind| have in one`smind . / make an impression| sink into the mind| penetrate into the mind|engross the thoughts . / thinking thoughtful| pensive| meditative| reflective|museful| wistful| contemplative| speculative| deliberative| studious|sedate| introspective| Platonic| philosophical . / lost in thought (inattentive) | deep musing (intent) . / in the mind| under consideration . / all things considered . / the mind being on the stretch| the mind turning upon| the headturning upon| the mind running upon| divinely| bent to meditation[Richard III]| en toute chose il faut considerer la fin [Fr-]| fresh-pluckt from bowers of never-failing thought [O . / Meredith]| go speed the stars of Thought [Emerson]| in maidenmeditation fancy-free [M . / D]| so sweet is zealous contemplation[Richard III]| the power of thought is the magic of the Mind [Byron]|those that think must govern those that toil [Goldsmith]| thought isparent of the deed [Carlyle]| thoughts in attitudes imperious[Longfellow]| thoughts that breathe and words that burn [Gray]| vivereest cogitare [Lat-] [Cicero]| Volk der Dichter und Denker [Germ-] . / [Absence or want of thought] Incogitancy incogitancy|vacancy| inunderstanding| fatuity | thoughtlessness (inattention) | vacuity . / couch potato| vegetable . / not think | not think of| dismiss from the mind| dismiss fromthe thoughts . / indulge in reverie (be inattentive) . / put away thought| unbend the mind| relax the mind| divert themind| veg out . / vacant| unintellectual| unideal| unoccupied| unthinking|inconsiderate| thoughtless| mindless| no-brain| vacuous| absent (inattentive) | diverted| irrational | narrow-minded . / unthought of| undreamt `of| unconsidered| off one`s mind|incogitable| not to be thought of . / absence d`esprit| pabulum pictura pascit inani [Lat-] . / [Object of thought] Idea idea| notion| conception| thought|apprehension| impression| perception| image| eidolon [Gr]| sentiment|reflection| observation| consideration| abstract idea| archetype|formative notion| guiding conception| organizing conception| image inthe mind| regulative principle . / view (opinion) | theory | conceit| fancy| phantasy (imagination) . / point of view (aspect) | field of view . / [Subject of thought] Topic subject of thought| material forthought| food for the mind| mental pabulum . / subject| subject matter| matter| theme| noemata [Gr]| topic| whatit is about| thesis| text| business| affair| matter in hand| argument|motion| resolution| head| chapter| case| point| proposition| theorem|field of inquiry| moot point| problem (question) . / float in the mind| pass in the mind . / thought of| uppermost in the mind| in petto . / under consideration| in question| in the mind| on foot| on thecarpet| on the docket| on the tapis| relative to . / [The desire of knowledge] Curiosity interest| thirst forknowledge| thirst for truth| curiosity| curiousness| inquiring mind|inquisitiveness . / omnivorous intellect| devouring mind . / [person who desires knowledge] inquirer| sightseer| quidnunc[Lat-]| newsmonger| Paul Pry| eavesdropper| gossip (news) |rubberneck| intellectual| seeker [inquirer after religious knowledge]|seeker after truth . / be curious | take an interest in| stare| gape| prick up theears| see sights| lionize| pry| nose| rubberneck [U . / S] . / curious| inquisitive| burning with curiosity| overcurious|inquiring | prying| snoopy| nosy| peering| prurient|inquisitorial| inquisitory| curious as a cat| agape (expectant) . / what`s the matter? what next? consumed with curiosity| curiositykilled the cat| satisfaction brought it back . / curiouser and curiouser [Alice in Wonderland] . / [Absence of curiosity] Incuriosity incuriosity|incuriousness | insouciance | indifference| lack ofinterest| disinterest . / boredom| ennui (weariness) | satiety | foreknowledge(foresight) | be incurious | have no curiosity | take no interest in | mind one`s own business . / incurious| uninquisitive| indifferent| impassive |uninterested| detached| aloof . / Attention attention| mindfulness| presence of mind |intentness| intentiveness| alertness| thought | advertence|advertency| observance| observation| consideration| reflection|perpension| heed| heedfulness| particularity| notice| regard circumspection| diligence (care) | study| scrutiny inspection|introspection| revision| revisal . / active application| diligent application| exclusive application|minute application| close application| intense application| deepapplication| profound application| abstract application| laboredapplication| deliberate application| active attention| diligentattention| exclusive attention| minute attention| close attention|intense attention| deep attention| profound attention| abstractattention| labored attention| deliberate attention| active thought|diligent thought| exclusive thought| minute thought| close thought|intense thought| deep thought| profound thought| abstract thought|labored thought| deliberate thought| active study| diligent study|exclusive study| minute study| close study| intense study| deep study|profound study| abstract study| labored study| deliberate study . / minuteness| attention to detail . / absorption of mind (abstraction) . / indication| calling attention to be attentive | attend| advert to| observe| look| see| view|remark| notice| regard| take notice| mark| give attention to| payattention to| pay heed to| give heed to| incline an ear to| lend an earto| trouble one`s head about| give a thought to| animadvert to| occupyoneself with| contemplate (think of) | look at| look to| lookafter| look into| look over| see to| turn the mind to| bend the mindto| apply the mind to| direct the mind to| give the mind to| turn theeye to| bend the eye to| apply the eye to| direct the eye to| give theeye to| turn the attention to| bend the attention to| apply theattention to| direct the attention to| give the attention to| have aneye to| have in one`s eye| bear in mind| take into account| take intoconsideration| keep in sight| keep in view| have regard to| heed| mind|take cognizance of entertain| recognize| make note of| take note of|note . / examine cursorily| glance at| glance upon| glance over| cast theeyes over| pass the eyes over| run over| turn over the leaves| dipinto| perstringe| skim (neglect) | take a cursory view of . / examine| examine closely| examine intently| scan| scrutinize|consider| give one`s mind to| bend one`s mind to| overhaul| revise|pore over| inspect| review| pass under review| take stock of| fix theeye on| rivet attention on| fix attention on| devote the eye to| fixthe mind on| devote the thoughts to| hear out| think out| mind one`sbusiness . / revert to| watch (expect) | (take care of) | hearken to|listen to| prick up the ears| have the eyes open| keep the eyes open|come to the point . / meet with attention| fall under one`s notice| fall under one`sobservation| be under consideration (topic) . / catch the eye| strike the eye| attract notice| catch theattention| awaken the attention| wake the attention| invite theattention| solicit the attention| attract the attention| claim theattention excite the attention| engage the attention| occupy theattention| strike the attention| arrest the attention| fix theattention| engross the attention| absorb the attention| rivet theattention| catch the mind| awaken the mind| wake the mind| invite themind| solicit the mind| attract the mind| claim the mind excite themind| engage the mind| occupy the mind| strike the mind| arrest themind| fix the mind| engross the mind| absorb the mind| rivet the mind|catch the thoughts| awaken the thoughts| wake the thoughts| invite thethoughts| solicit the thoughts| attract the thoughts| claim thethoughts excite the thoughts| engage the thoughts| occupy the thoughts|strike the thoughts| arrest the thoughts| fix the thoughts| engross thethoughts| absorb the thoughts| rivet the thoughts| be present to themind| be uppermost in the mind . / bring under one`s notice| point out| point to| point at| point thefinger at| lay the finger on| indigitate| indicate| direct attentionto| call attention to| show| put a mark upon (sign) | callsoldiers to `attention`| bring forward (make manifest) . / attentive| mindful| observant| regardful| alive to| awake to|observing alert| opeeyed| intent on| taken up with| occupiedwith| engaged in| engrossed in| wrapped in| absorbed| rapt| transfixed|riveted| mesmerized| hypnotized| glued to (the TV| the window| a book)|breathless| preoccupied (inattentive) | watchful (careful)| breathless| undistracted| upon the stretch| on the watch (expectant) . / steadfast . / [compelling attention] interesting| engrossing| mesmerizing|riveting . / Int . / see!| look| look here| look you| look to it!| mark!| lo!| behold!|soho!| hark| hark ye!| mind!| halloo!| observe!| lo and behold!|attention!| nota bene [Lat-]| B . / | note well| I`d have you to know|notice!| O yes!| Oyez!| dekko!| ecco!| yoho!| this is to give notice| these are to give notice| dictum sapientisat est [Lat-]| a word to the wise is sufficient| finem respice [Lat-] . / Attention! Now hear this! Oyez!| Achtung [Germ-]| vnimanie [Rus]|chui [Jap] . / Inattention inattention| inconsideration| inconsiderateness | oversight| inadvertence| inadvertency| nonobservance|disregard . / supineness (inactivity) | etourderie [Fr-]| want of thought|heedlessness (neglect) | insouciance (indifference) . / abstraction| absence of mind| absorption of mind| preoccupation|distraction| reverie| brown study| deep musing| fit of abstraction . / be inattentive | overlook| disregard| pass by (neglect)| not observe | think little of . / close one`s eyes to| shut one`s eyes to| pay no attention to|dismiss from one`s thoughts| discard from one`s thoughts| dischargefrom one`s thoughts| dismiss from one`s mind| discard from one`s mind|discharge from one`s mind| drop the subject| think no more of| setaside| turn aside| put aside| turn away from| turn one`s attentionfrom| turn a deaf ear to| turn one`s back upon . / abstract oneself| dream| indulge in reverie . / escape notice| escape attention| come in at one ear and go out atthe other| forget (have no remembrance) . / call off the attention| draw off the attention| call away theattention| divert the attention| distract the mind| put out of one`shead| disconcert| discompose| put out| confuse| perplex| bewilder|moider| fluster| muddle| dazzle| throw a sop to Cerberus . / inattentive| unobservant| unmindful| heedless| unthinking|unheeding| undiscerning| inadvertent| mindless| regardless|respectless| listless (indifferent) | blind| deaf| bird-witted|hand over head| cursory| percursory| giddy-brained| scatter-brained|hare-brained| unreflective| unreflecting| ecervele [Fr-]| offhand|dizzy| muzzy| brainsick| giddy| giddy as a goose| wild| harum-scarum|rantipole| highflying| heedless| careless (neglectful) . / inconsiderate| thoughtless . / absent| abstracted| distrait| absentminded| lost| lost in thought|wrapped in thought| rapt| in the clouds| bemused| dreaming on otherthings| musing on other things| preoccupied| engrossed (attentive)| daydreaming| in a reverie n . / | off one`s guard (inexpectant) [Obs]| napping| dreamy| caught napping . / disconcerted| distracted| put out inattentively| inadvertently| absent-mindedly | perincuriam [Lat-]| sub silentio [Lat-] . / Int . / stand at ease| stand easy!| the attention wanders| one`s wits gone a woolgathering| one`s witsgone a bird`s nesting| it never entered into one`s head| the mindrunning on other things| one`s thoughts being elsewhere| had it been abear it would have bitten you . / Care [Vigilance] care| solicitude| heed| heedfulness | scruple (conscientiousness) . / watchfulness | vigilance| surveillance| eyes of Argus|watch| vigil| look out| watch and ward| loeil du maitre [Fr-] . / alertness (activity) | attention | prudence |circumspection (caution) | anxiety| forethought |precaution (preparation) | tidiness (order) | (cleanliness)| accuracy (exactness) | minuteness| attention to detail . / be careful | reck| take care (be cautious) | payattention to | take care of| look to| look after| see to| seeafter| keep an eye on| keep a sharp eye on| chaperon| matronize| playgooseberry| keep watch| keep watch and ward| mount guard| set watch|watch| keep in sight| keep in view| mind| mind one`s business . / look sharp| look about one| look with one`s own eyes| keep a goodlookout| keep a sharp lookout| have all one`s wits about one| have allone`s eyes about one| watch for (expect) | keep one`s eyes open|have the eyes open| sleep with one`s eye open . / careful regardful| heedful| taking care particular| prudent (cautious) | considerate| thoughtful (deliberative) |provident (prepared) | alert (active) | sure-footed . / guarded| on one`s guard| on the qui vivre [Fr-]| on the alert| onwatch| on the lookout| awake| broad awake| vigilant| watchful| wakeful|wistful| Argus-eyed| wide awake (intelligent) | on the watch for(expectant) . / tidy (orderly) | (clean) | accurate (exact) |scrupulous (conscientious) | cavendo tutus (safe) [Lat-] . / carefully | with care| gingerly . / quis custodiet istos custodes? [Lat-]| who will watch thewatchers?| care will kill a cat [Wither]| ni bebas agua que no veas[Spanish]| O polished perturbation! Golden care! [Henry IV]| the incessantcare and labor of his mind [Henry IV] . / Neglect neglect| carelessness | trifling negligence| omission| oversight| laches [Law]| default| supineness (inactivity) | inattention | nonchalance (insensibility)| imprudence| recklessness | slovenliness (disorder) |(dirt) | improvidence | noncompletion | inexactness (error) . / paralipsis| paralepsis| paraleipsis (in rhetoric) . / trifler| waiter on Providence| Micawber . / be negligent | take no care of (take care of) |neglect| let slip| let go| lay aside| set aside| cst aside| put aside|keep out of sight| put out of sight| lose sight of . / overlook| disregard| pass over| pas by| let pass| blink| wink at|connive at| gloss over| take no note of| take no thought of| take noaccount of| take no notice of| pay no regard to| laisser aller [Fr-] . / scamp| trifle| fribble| do by halves| cut| slight (despise)| play with| trifle with| slur| skim| skim the surface| effleurer[Fr-]| take a cursory view of . / slur over| skip over| jump over| slip over| pretermit| miss| skip|jump| omit| give the go-by to| push aside| pigeonhole| shelve| sink|table [Parl]| ignore| shut one`s eyes to| refuse to hear| turn a deafear to| leave out of one`s calculation| not attend to | not mind|not trouble oneself about| not trouble one`s head about| not troubleoneself with| forget | be caught napping (not expect) |leave a loose thread| let the grass grow under one`s feet . / render neglectful | put off one`s guard| throw off one`sguard| distract| divert . / neglecting unmindful| negligent| neglectful| heedless|careless| thoughtless| perfunctory| remiss| feebleness . / inconsiderate| uncircumspect| incircumspect| off one`s guard|unwary| unwatchful| unguarded| offhand . / supine (inactive) | inattentive | insouciant (indifferent) | imprudent| reckless | slovenly (disorderly)| (dirty) | inexact (erroneous) | improvident . / neglected unheeded| uncared-for| unperceived| unseen|unobserved| unnoticed| unnoted| unmarked| unattended to| unthought of|unregarded| unremarked| unmissed| shunted| shelved . / unexamined| unstudied| unsearched| unscanned| unweighed|unsifted| unexplored . / abandoned| buried in a napkin| hid under a bushel . / negligently | hand over head| anyhow| in an unguardedmoment (unexpectedly) | per incuriam [Lat-] . / Int . / never mind| no matter| let it pass . / out of sight| out of mind . / Inquiry [Subject of Inquiry . / Question] inquiry| request | search| research| quest| pursuit . / examination| review| scrutiny| investigation| indagation|perquisition| perscrutation| pervestigation| inquest| inquisition|exploration| exploitation| ventilation . / sifting| calculation| analysis| dissection| resolution| induction|Baconian method . / strict inquiry| close inquiry| searching inquiry| exhaustiveinquiry| narrow search| strict search| study (consideration) . / scire facias [Lat-]| ad referendum| trial . / questioning interrogation| interrogatory| interpellation|challenge| examination| cross-examination| catechism| feeler| Socraticmethod| zetetic philosophy| leading question| discussion (reasoning) reconnoitering| reconnaissance| prying espionage|espionnage [Fr-]| domiciliary visit| peep behind the curtain| lanternof Diogenes . / question| query| problem| desideratum| point to be solved| porism|subject of inquiry| field of inquiry| subject of controversy| point indispute| matter in dispute| moot point| issue| question at issue| boneof contention (discord) | plain question| fair question| openquestion| enigma (secret) | knotty point (difficulty) |quodlibet| threshold of an inquiry . / [person who questions] inquirer| investigator| inquisitor|inspector| querist| examiner| catechist| scrutator scrutineerscrutinizer| analyst| quidnunc (curiosity) [Lat-] . / make inquiry n . / | inquire| ask| seek| search . / look for| look about for| look out for| scan| reconnoiter|explore| sound| rummage| ransack| pry| peer| look round| look over| goover| look through| go through| spy| overhaul . / [object is a topic] ask about| inquire about . / scratch the head| slap the forehead . / look into every hole and corner| peer into every hole and corner|pry into every hole and corner| nose| trace up| search out| hunt down|hunt out| fish out| ferret out| unearth| leave no stone unturned . / seek a clue| seek a clew| hunt| track| trail| mouse| dodge| trace|follow the trail| follow the scent| pursue | beat up one`squarters| fish for| feel for (experiment) . / investigate| take up an inquiry| institute an inquiry| pursue aninquiry| follow up an inquiry| conduct an inquiry| carry on an inquiry|carry out an inquiry| prosecute an inquiry n . / | look at| look into|preexamine| discuss| canvass| agitate . / [inquire into a topic] examine| study| consider| calculate| dipinto| dive into| delve into| go deep into| make sure of| probe| sound|fathom| probe to the bottom| probe to the quick| scrutinize| analyze|anatomize| dissect| parse| resolve| sift| winnow| view in all itsphases| try in all its phases| thresh out . / bring in question| bring into question| subject to examination|put to the proof (experiment) | audit| tax| pass in review| takeinto consideration (think over) | take counsel . / question| demand| put the question| pop the question| propose thequestion| propound the question| moot the question| start the question|raise the question| stir the question| suggest the question| put forththe question| ventilate the question| grapple with the question| gointo a question . / [human object]| question| put to the question| interrogate| pump|subject to interrogation| subject to examination| cross-question|cross-examine| press for an answer| give the third degree| put to theinquisition| dodge . / catechize . / require an answer| pick the brains of| suck the brains of| feelthe pulse . / get the lay of the land| see how the wind is blowing| put one`sear to the ground . / be in question | undergo examination . / inquiry inquisitive (curious) | requisitive|requisitory| catechetical| inquisitorial| analytic| in search of| inquest of| on the lookout for| interrogative| zetetic| all searching . / undetermined| untried| undecided| in question| in dispute| inissue| in course of inquiry| under discussion| under consideration|under investigation n . / | sub judice [Lat-]| moot| proposed| doubtful (uncertain) . / quaere? [Lat-]| what?| why?| wherefore?| whence?| whither?|where?| how comes it?| how happens it?| how is it?| what is thereason?| what`s the matter?| nicht wahr? [Germ-]| what`s in the wind?|what on earth?| when?| who? . / Answer answer| response| reply| replication| riposte|rejoinder| surrejoinder| rebutter| surrebutter| retort| repartee|rescript| rescription| antiphon| antiphony| acknowledgment| password|echo| counter statement . / discovery . / | solution (explanation) | rationale (cause) | clue (indication) . / Oedipus| oracle | return (record) . / answer| respond| reply| rebut| retort| rejoin| give for answer|return for answer| acknowledge| echo . / explain (interpret) | solve (unriddle) | discover | fathom| hunt out (inquire) | satisfy| set at rest|determine . / answering responsive| respondent| conclusive . / because (cause) | on the scent| on the right scent . / Int . / eureka!| Experiment experiment| essay (attempt) | analysis (investigation) | screen| trial| tentative method| t=atonnement . / verification| probation| experimentum crucis [Lat-]| proof|(demonstration) | criterion| diagnostic| test| probe| crucial test|acid test| litmus test . / crucible| reagent| check| touchstone| pix| assay| ordeal| ring|litmus paper| curcuma paper| turmeric paper| test tube| analyticalinstruments . / empiricism| rule of thumb . / feeler| trial balloon| pilot balloon| messenger balloon| pilotengine| scout| straw to show the wind . / speculation| random shot| leap in the dark . / analyzer| analyst| assayist| adventurer| experimenter|experimentist| experimentalist| scientist| engineer| technician . / subject| experimentee| guinea pig| experimental animal . / [experimental method] protocol| experimental method| blindexperiment| double-blind experiment| controlled experiment . / poll| survey| opinion poll . / epidemiological survey [Med]| retrospective analysis|retrospective survey| prospective survey| prospective analysis|statistical analysis . / literature search| library research . / tryout| audition . / [results of experiment] discovery | measurement |evidence . / [reasoning about an experiment] deduction| induction| abduction . / experiment| essay (endeavor) | try| try out| assay| make anexperiment| make a trial of| give a trial to| put on trial| subject totrial| experiment upon| rehearse| put to the test| bring to the test|submit to the test| submit to the proof| prove| verify| test| touch|practice upon| try one`s strength| road-test| test drive| take for aspin| test fly . / grope| feel one`s way| grope for one`s way| fumble| t=atonner|aller =a t=atons [Fr-]| put out a feeler| throw out a feeler| send up atrial balloon| send up a pilot balloon| see how the land lies| get thelay of the land| test the waters| feel out| sound out| take the pulse|see| check| check out [Coll]| see how the wind blows| consult thebarometer| feel the pulse| fish for| bob for| cast for| beat about for|angle| trawl| cast one`s net| beat the bushes . / try one`s fortune (adventure) | explore (inquire) . / experimental| empirical . / probative| probatory| probationary| provisional| analytic|docimastic| tentative| unverified| unproven| speculative| untested . / on trial| under examination| on probation| under probation| onone`s trial| on approval . / check it out| give it a try| see how it goes| Run it up theflagpole and see who salutes Comparison comparison| collation| contrast| identification|comparative estimate| relative estimate| relativity . / simile| similitude| analogy (similarity) | allegory (metaphor) . / matching| pattermatching . / [quantitative comparison] ratio| proportion (number) . / [results of comparison] discrimination | indiscrimination . / [Obs]| identification compare to| compare with| collate| confront| place side by side|juxtapose (near) | set against one another| pit against oneanother| contrast| balance . / identify| draw a parallel| parallel . / compare notes| institute a comparison| parva componere magnis[Lat-] . / comparative| metaphorical . / compared with comparable| judged by comparison . / relatively (relation) | as compared with comparisons are odious| comparisons are odorous [Much Ado aboutNothing] . / Incomparability [Lack of comparison] incomparability|incommensurability| indistinguishablility incommensurable| incommensurate| incomparable| different . / like apples and oranges| no basis for comparison| no standard forcomparison . / [results of comparison] Discrimination discrimination|distinction| differentiation| diagnosis| diorism| nice perception|perception of difference| appreciation of difference| estimation | nicety| refinement| taste | critique| judgment| tact|discernment (intelligence) | acuteness| penetration| nuances . / dope [Slang]| past performances . / discriminate| distinguish| severalize| recognize| match| identify|separate| draw the line| sift| separate the chaff from the wheat|winnow the chaff from the wheat| separate the men from the boys| splithairs| draw a fine line| nitpick| quibble . / estimate (measure) | know which is which| know what is what|know `a hawk from a handsaw` [Hamlet] . / take into account| take into consideration| give due weight to|allow due weight to| weigh carefully . / discriminating dioristic| discriminative| distinctive|nice . / il y a fagots et fagots| rem acu tetigisti [Lat-]| la critique estaisee et l`art est difficile [Fr-]| miles apart| a distinction withouta difference . / [results of comparison] Indiscrimination indiscrimination| indistinguishability| indistinctness| indistinction|uncertainty (doubt) | incomparability not discriminate | overlook a distinction (neglect) |confound| confuse . / indiscriminate| undistinguished| indistinguishable|undistinguishable| unmeasured| promiscuous| undiscriminating . / valeat quantum valere potest [Lat-] . / b . / [results of comparison] Identification identification|recognition| diagnosis| match| apperception| assimilation|dereplication| classification| memory | interpretation |cognizance (knowledge) . / identify| recognize| match| match up| classify| recall| remember (memory) | find similarity (similarity) | put in its proper place|put in its proper niche| place in order (arrangement) . / Measurement measurement| admeasurement| mensuration| survey|valuation| appraisement| assessment| assize| estimate| estimation| deadreckoning| reckoning (numeration) | gauging horse power . / metrology| weights and measures| compound arithmetic . / measure| yard measure| standard| rule| foot rule| compass|calipers| gage| gauge| meter| line| rod| check| dividers| velo . / flood mark| high water mark| Plimsoll line| index . / scale| graduation| graduated scale| nonius| vernier (minuteness) . / [instruments for measuring] bathometer| galvanometer| heliometer|interferometer| odometer| ombrometer| pantometer| pluviometer|pneumatometer| pneumometer| radiometer| refractometer| respirometer|rheometer| spirometer| telemeter| udometer| vacuometer| variometer|viameter| thermometer| thermistor (heat) | barometer (air) | anemometer (wind) | dynamometer| goniometer| (angle) meter|landmark (limit) | balance| scale (weight) | marigraph|pneumatograph| stethograph| rain gauge| rain gage| voltmeter (volts)|ammeter (amps)| spectrophotometer (light absorbance)| massspectrophotometer (molecular mass)| geiger counter| scintillationcounter (radioactivity)| pycnometer (liquid density)| graduatedcylinder| volumetric flask (volume)| radar gun (velocity)| radar(distance)| side-looking radar| (shape| topography)| sonar (depth inwater)| light meter (light intensity)| clock| watch| stopwatch|chronometer (time)| anemometer (wind velocity)| densitometer (colorintensity) . / measurability| computability| determinability . / coordinates| ordinate and abscissa| polar coordinates| latitudeand longitude| declination and right ascension| altitude and azimuth . / geometry| stereometry| hypsometry| metage| surveying| landsurveying| geodesy| geodetics| geodesia| orthometry| altimetry|cadastre [Fr-] . / astrolabe| armillary sphere . / land surveyor| geometer . / measure| mete| determine| assay| evaluate| value| assess| rate|appraise| estimate| form an estimate| set a value on| appreciate|standardize . / span| pace step| apply the compass n . / | gauge| plumb| probe|sound| fathom| heave the log| heave the lead| survey . / weigh . / take an average | graduate . / measuring metric| metrical| measurable| perceptible|noticeable| detectable| appreciable| ponderable| determinable|fathomable| geodetical| topographic| topographical| cartographic|cartographical . / Evidence for| against| and in mitigation Evidence [On one side] evidence| facts| premises| data|praecognita [Lat-]| grounds . / indication | criterion (test) . / testimony| testification| expert testimony| attestation|deposition (affirmation) | examination . / admission (assent) | authority| warrant| credential|diploma| voucher| certificate| doquet| docket| testamur| record | document| pi ce justificative| deed| warranty (security) |signature| seal (identification) | exhibit| material evidence|objective evidence . / witness| indicator| hostile witness| eyewitness| earwitness|material witness| state`s evidence| deponent| sponsor| cojuror . / oral evidence| documentary evidence| hearsay evidence| externalevidence| extrinsic evidence| internal evidence| intrinsic evidence|circumstantial evidence| cumulative evidence| ex parte evidence [Lat-]|presumptive evidence| collateral evidence| constructive evidence| proof (demonstration) | evidence in chief . / secondary evidence| confirmation| corroboration| support|ratification (assent) | authentication| compurgation| wager oflaw| comprobation . / citation| reference| legal research| literature search(experiment) . / be evidence n . / | evince| show| betoken| tell of| indicate (denote) | imply| involve| argue| bespeak| breathe . / have weight| carry weight| tell| speak volumes| speak for itself (manifest) . / rest upon| depend upon| repose on . / bear witness n . / | give evidence n . / | testify| depose| witness|vouch for| sign| seal| undersign| set one`s hand and seal| sign andseal| deliver as one`s act and deed| certify| attest| acknowledge (assent) . / [provide conclusive evidence] make absolute| confirm| prove(demonstrate) . / [add further evidence] indorse| countersign| corroborate| support|ratify| bear out| uphold| warrant . / adduce| attest| cite| quote| refer to| appeal to| call| call towitness| bring forward| bring into court| allege| plead| producewitnesses| confront witnesses . / place into evidence| mark into evidence . / [obtain evidence] collect evidence| bring together evidence| rakeup evidence| experiment . / have a case| make out a case| establish| authenticate|substantiate| verify| make good| quote chapter and verse| bring hometo| bring to book . / showing indicative| indicatory| deducible | groundedon| founded on| based on| corroborative| confirmatory . / by inference| according to| witness| a fortiori| still more| stillless| raison de plus [Fr-]| in corroboration of| valeat quantum[Lat-]| under seal| under one`s hand and seal . / dictum de dicto [Lat-]| mise en evidence [Fr-] . / [Evidence on the other side| on the other hand] Counter counter evidence| evidence on the other side| evidence on theother hand| conflicting evidence| contradictory evidence| opposingevidence| disproof| refutation | negation . / plea | vindication | counter protest| `tu quoque`argument| other side of the shield| other side of the coin| reverse ofthe shield . / countervail| oppose| mitigate against| rebut (refute) |subvert (destroy) | cheek| weaken| contravene| contradict (deny) | tell the other side of the story| tell another story| turnthe scale| alter the case| turn the tables| cut both ways| prove anegative . / audire alteram partem [Lat-] . / countervailing contradictory . / unattested| unauthenticated| unsupported by evidence|supposititious . / on the contrary| per contra . / Qualification qualification| limitation| modification|coloring . / allowance| grains of allowance| consideration| extenuatingcircumstances| mitigation . / condition| proviso| prerequisite| contingency| stipulation|provision| specification| sine qua non [Lat-]| catch| string| stringsattached| exemption| exception| escape clause| salvo| saving clause|discount | restriction| fine print . / qualify| limit| modify| leaven| give a color to| introduce newconditions| narrow| temper . / waffle| quibble| hem and haw (be uncertain) | equivocate(sophistry) . / depend| depend on| be contingent on (effect) . / allow for| make allowance for| admit exceptions| take intoaccount| modulate . / moderate| temper| season| leaven . / take exception . / qualifying qualified| conditioned| restricted| hedged|conditional| exceptional (unconformable) . / hypothetical (supposed) | contingent (uncertain) . / provided| provided that| provided always| if| unless| but| yet|according as| conditionally| admitting| supposing| on the suppositionof (theoretically) | with the understanding| even| although|though| for all that| after all| at all events . / approximately | | in a limited degree (smallness) |somewhat| sort of| something like that| to a certain extent| to adegree| in a sense| so to speak . / with grains of allowance| cum grano salis [Lat-]| with a grain ofsalt| exceptis excipiendis [Lat-]| wind and weather permitting| ifpossible . / subject to| conditioned upon| with this proviso if the good lord is willing and the creeks don`t rise| catch- . / Degrees of Evidence Possibility possibility| potentiality| what may be| what ispossible | compatibility (agreement) . / practicability| feasibility| practicableness . / contingency|chance . / be possible | stand a chance| admit of| bear . / render possible | put in the way of . / possible| in the cards| on the dice| in posse| within the boundsof possibility| conceivable| credible| compatible | likely . / practicable| feasible| performable| achievable| within reach|within measurable distance| accessible| superable| surmountable|attainable| obtainable| contingent (doubtful) | (effect) . / barely possible| marginally possible| just possible| possible butimprobably| (improbable) | theoretically possible . / possibly| by possibility| perhaps| perchance| peradventure| maybe|may be| haply| mayhap . / if possible| wind and weather permitting| God willing| Deo volente[Lat-]| D . / | as luck may have it . / misericordia Domini inter pontem et fontent [Lat-]| the glories ofthe Possible are ours [B . / Taylor]| anything is possible| in theory possible| but in practiseunlikely . / Impossibility impossibility | what cannot| what cannever be| sour grapes| hopelessness . / be impossible | have no chance whatever . / attempt impossibilities| square the circle| wash a blackamoorwhite| skin a flint| make a silk purse out of a sow`s ear| make brickswithout straw| have nothing to go upon| weave a rope of sand| buildcastles in the air| prendre la lune avec les dents [Fr-]| extractsunbeams from cucumbers| set the Thames on fire| milk a he-goat into asieve| catch a weasel asleep| rompre l`anguille au genou [Fr-]| be intwo places at once . / impossible| not possible | absurd| contrary to reason|unlikely| unreasonable | incredible | beyond the bounds ofreason| beyond the bounds of possibility| beyond the realm ofpossibility| from which reason recoils| visionary| inconceivable (improbable) | prodigious (wonderful) | unimaginable|inimaginable| unthinkable . / impracticable unachievable| unfeasible| infeasible| insuperable|unsurmountable| insurmountable| unattainable| unobtainable| out ofreach| out of the question| not to be had| not to be thought of| beyondcontrol| desperate (hopeless) | incompatible | inaccessible|uncomeatable| impassable| impervious| innavigable| inextricable| self-contradictory . / out of one`s power| beyond one`s power| beyond one`s depth| beyondone`s reach| beyond one`s grasp| too much for| ultra crepidam [Lat-] . / the grapes are sour| non possumus [Lat-]| non nostrum tantascomponere lites [Lat-] [Vergil]| look for a needle in a haystack|chercher une aiguille dans une botte de foin [Fr-]| il a le mer +aboire . / Probability probability| likelihood| credibleness|likeliness | vraisemblance [Fr-]| verisimilitude| plausibility|color| semblance| show of| presumption| presumptive evidence|circumstantial evidence| credibility . / reasonable chance| fair chance| good chance| favorable chance|reasonable prospect| fair prospect| good prospect| favorable prospect|prospect| wellgrounded hope| chance . / be probable | give color to| lend color to| point to| imply (evidence) | bid fair (promise) | stand fair for| stand agood chance| run a good chance . / think likely| dare say| flatter oneself| expect | count upon (believe) . / probable| likely| hopeful| to be expected| in a fair way . / plausible| specious| ostensible| colorable| ben trovato [Italian]|well-founded| reasonable| credible| easy of belief| presumable|presumptive| apparent . / probably | belike| in all probability| in all likelihood|very likely| most likely| like enough| odds on| odds in favor| ten toone | apparently| seemingly| according to every reasonableexpectation| prim=a facie [Lat-]| to all appearance (to the eye) the chances| the odds are| appearances are in favor of| chancesare in favor of| there is reason to believe| there is reason to think|there is reason to expect| I dare say| all Lombard Street to a Chinaorange . / Improbability improbability| unlikelihood| unfavorablechance| bad chance| ghost of a chance| little chance| small chance|poor chance| scarcely any chance| no chance| bare possibility| longodds| incredibility . / be improbable | have a small chance improbable| unlikely| contrary to all reasonable expectation| wild[Coll]| far out [Coll]| out of sight [Coll]| outtasight [Coll]|heavy [Coll] . / rare (infrequent) | unheard of| inconceivable| unimaginable|inimaginable| incredible | more than doubtful| strange| bizarre(uncomformable) . / the chances are against| aquila non capit muscas [Lat-]| pedirperas pal olmo [Lat-] . / Certainty certainty| necessity | certitude| surety|assurance| dead certainty| moral certainty| infallibleness |infallibility| reliability| indubitableness| inevitableness|unquestionableness . / gospel| scripture| church| pope| court of final appeal| resjudicata [Lat-]| ultimatum positiveness| dogmatism| dogmatist|dogmatizer| doctrinaire| bigot| opinionist| Sir Oracle| ipse dixit[Lat-] . / fact| positive fact| matter of fact| fait accompli [Fr-] . / be certain | stand to reason . / render certain | insure| ensure| assure| clinch| make sure|determine| decide| set at rest| make assurance double sure [Macbeth]|know (believe) . / dogmatize| lay down the law . / certain| sure| assured solid| well-founded . / unqualified| absolute| positive| determinate| definite| clear|unequivocal| categorical| unmistakable| decisive| decided| ascertained . / inevitable| unavoidable| avoidless| ineluctable . / unerring| infallible| unchangeable | to be depended on|trustworthy| reliable| bound . / unimpeachable| undeniable| unquestionable| indisputable|incontestable| incontrovertible| indubitable| irrefutable (proven)| conclusive| without power of appeal . / indubious| without doubt| beyond a doubt| without a shade orshadow of doubt| without question| beyond question| past dispute| clearas day| beyond all question| beyond all dispute| undoubted|uncontested| unquestioned| undisputed| questionless| doubtless . / authoritative| authentic| official . / sure as fate| sure as death and taxes| sure as a gun . / evident| self-evident| axiomatic| clear| clear as day| clear asthe sun at noonday . / certainly | for certain| certes [Lat-]| sure| no doubt|doubtless| and no mistake| flagrante delicto [Lat-]| sure enough| to besure| of course| as a matter of course| a coup sur| to a certainty| intruth (truly) | at any rate| at all events| without fail| couteque coute [Fr-]| coute qu`il coute [Fr-]| whatever may happen| if theworst come to the worst| come what may| happen what may| come whatwill| sink or swim| rain or shine . / cela va sans dire [Fr-]| there is no question| no question| not ashadow of doubt| there is not a shadow of doubt| the die is cast (necessity) | facts are stubborn things [Smollett] . / Uncertainty uncertainty| incertitude| doubt| doubtfulness | dubiety| dubitation| dubitancy| dubitousness . / hesitation| suspense| perplexity| embarrassment| dilemma|bewilderment| timidity (fear) | vacillation | diaporesis|indetermination . / vagueness | haze| fog| obscurity (darkness) |ambiguity (double meaning) | contingency| dependence| dependency|double contingency| possibility upon a possibility| open question (question) | onus probandi [Lat-]| blind bargain| pig in a poke|leap in the dark| something or other| needle in a haystack| needle in abottle of hay| roving commission . / precariousness | fallibility . / be uncertain | wonder whether . / lose the clue| lose the clew| scent| miss one`s way . / not know what to make of (unintelligibility) | not knowwhich way to turn| not know whether one stands on one s head or one`sheels| float in a sea of doubt| hesitate| flounder| lose oneself| loseone`s head| muddle one`s brains . / render uncertain | put out| pose| puzzle| perplex|embarrass| confuse| confound| bewilder| bother| molder| addle the wits|throw off the scent| ambiguas in vulgus spargere voces [Lat-]| keep insuspense . / doubt (disbelieve) | hang in the balance| tremble in thebalance| depend . / uncertain| casual| random (aimless) | changeable . / doubtful| dubious| indecisive| unsettled| undecided| undetermined|in suspense| open to discussion| controvertible| in question (inquiry) . / vague| indeterminate| indefinite| ambiguous| equivocal| undefined|undefinable| confused (indistinct) | mystic| oracular| dazed . / perplexing enigmatic| paradoxical| apocryphal|problematical| hypothetical| experimental . / unpredictable| unforeseeable (unknowable) . / fallible| questionable| precarious| slippery| ticklish| debatable|disputable| unreliable| untrustworthy . / contingent| contingent on| dependent on| subject to| dependent oncircumstances| occasional| provisional . / unauthentic| unauthenticated| unauthoritative| unascertained|unconfirmed| undemonstrated| untold| uncounted . / in a state of uncertainty| in a cloud| in a maze| bushed| off thetrack| ignorant| | afraid to say| out of one`s reckoning| astray|adrift| at sea| at fault| at a loss| at one`s wit`s end| at a nonplus|puzzled lost| abroad| d_esorient_e| distracted| distraught . / pendente lite [Lat-]| sub spe rati [Lat-] . / Heaven knows| who can tell? who shall decide when doctorsdisagree? ambiguas in vulgum spargere voces [Lat-] . / Reasoning| ratiocination rationalism| dialectics| induction|generalization . / discussion| comment| ventilation| inquiry . / argumentation| controversy| debate| polemics| wrangling|contention | logomachy| disputation| disceptation| paper war . / art of reasoning| logic . / process of reasoning| train of reasoning| chain of reasoning|deduction| induction| abduction| synthesis| analysis . / argument| case| plaidoyer| opening| lemma| proposition| terms|premises| postulate| data| starting point| principle| inference (judgment) . / prosyllogism| syllogism| enthymeme| sorites| dilemma|perilepsis| a priori reasoning| reductio ad absurdum| horns of adilemma| argumentum ad hominem [Lat-]| comprehensive argument|empirema| epagoge . / [person who reasons] reasoner| logician| dialectician| disputant|controversialist| controvertist| wrangler| arguer| debater polemic|casuist| rationalist| scientist| eristic . / logical sequence| good case| correct just reasoning| soundreasoning| valid reasoning| cogent reasoning| logical reasoning|forcible reasoning| persuasive reasoning| persuasory reasoning|consectary reasoning| conclusive | subtle reasoning| force ofargument| strong point| strong argument| persuasive argument . / arguments| reasons| pros and cons . / reason| argue| discuss| debate| dispute| wrangle| argufy| bandywords| bandy arguments| chop logic| hold an argument| carry on anargument| controvert (deny) | canvass| comment upon| moralizeupon| spiritualize| consider (examine) . / open a discussion| open a case| try conclusions| join issue| be atissue| moot| come to the point| stir a question| agitate a question|ventilate a question| torture a question| take up a side| take up acase . / contend| take one`s stand upon| insist| lay stress on| infer follow from (demonstration) . / reasoning rationalistic| argumentative| controversial|dialectic| polemical| discursory| discursive| disputatious|Aristotelian| eristic| eristical . / debatable| controvertible . / logical| relevant . / for| because| hence| whence| seeing that| since| sith| then thenceso| for that reason| for this reason| for which reason| for as|inasmuch as| whereas| ex concesso [Lat-]| considering| in considerationof| therefore| wherefore| consequently| ergo| thus| accordingly| afortiori . / in conclusion| in fine| finally| after all| au bout du compt[Fr-]| on the whole| taking one thing with another . / ab actu ad posse valet consecutio [Lat-]| per troppo dibatter laverita si perde [Italian]| troppo disputare la verita fa errare [Italian] . / Intuition . / & Sophistry [The absence of reasoning] [False orvicious reasoning| show of reason] intuition| instinct|association| hunch| gut feeling| presentiment| premonition| rule ofthumb| superstition| astrology| faith (supposition) . / sophistry| paralogy| perversion| casuistry| jesuitry|equivocation| evasion| chicane| chicanery| quiddet| quiddity|mystification| special pleading| speciousness | nonsense |word sense| tongue sense . / false reasoning| vicious reasoning| circular reasoning| petitioprincipii [Lat-]| ignoratio elenchi [Lat-]| post hoc ergo propter hoc[Lat-]| non sequitur| ignotum per ignotius [Lat-] . / misjudgment | false teaching . / sophism| solecism| paralogism| quibble| quirk| elenchus| elench|fallacy| quodlibet| subterfuge| subtlety| quillet| inconsistency|antilogy| a delusion| a mockery| and a snare [Denman]| claptrap| cant|mere words| lame and impotent conclusion [Othello] . / meshes of sophistry| cobwebs of sophistry| flaw in an argument|weak point| bad case . / overrefinement| hairsplitting judge intuitively| judge by intuition| hazard a proposition| hazarda guess| talk at random . / reason ill| falsely | misjudge | paralogize . / take on faith| take as a given| assume (supposition) . / pervert| quibble| equivocate| mystify| evade| elude| gloss over|varnish| misteach [Obs]| mislead (error) | cavil| refine|subtilize| split hairs| misrepresent (lie) . / beg the question| reason in a circle| reason in circles| assumethe conclusion . / cut blocks with a razor| beat about the bush| play fast and loose|play fast and loose with the facts| blow hot and cold| prove that blackis white and white black| travel out of the record| parler a tort et atravers [Fr-]| put oneself out of court| not have a leg to stand on . / judge hastily| shoot from the hip| jump to conclusions(misjudgment) . / intuitive| instinctive| impulsive| independent of reason| anteriorto reason| gratuitous| hazarded| unconnected . / unreasonable| illogical| false| unsound| invalid| unwarranted| notfollowing| inconsequent| inconsequential| inconsistent| absonous|absonant| unscientific| untenable| inconclusive| incorrect| fallacious|fallible| groundless| unproved| non sequitur [Lat-]| it does notfollow . / deceptive| sophistical| jesuitical| illusive| illusory| specious|hollow| plausible| ad captandum [Lat-]| evasive| irrelevant . / weak| feeble| poor| flimsy| loose| vague . / irrational| nonsensical (absurd) . / foolish (imbecile) | frivolous| pettifogging| quibbling|finespun| overrefined . / at the end of one`s tether| au bout de son latin . / intuitively | by intuition| illogically . / non constat [Lat-]| that goes for nothing . / Demonstration {ant . / } demonstration| proof| rigorous proof| conclusiveness |apodeixis| apodixis| probation| comprobation . / logic of facts (evidence) | experimentum crucis (test) [Lat-]| argument | rigorous establishment| absoluteestablishment . / conviction| cogency| (persuasion) . / demonstrate| prove| establish| make good| show| evince| manifest (be evidence of) | confirm| corroborate| substantiate| verify | settle the question| reduce to demonstration| set the question atrest . / make out| make out a case| prove one`s point| have the best of theargument| draw a conclusion (judge) . / follow| follow of course| follow as a matter of course| follownecessarily| stand to reason| hold good| hold water . / convince| persuade (belief) . / demonstrating v . / | demonstrative| demonstrable| probative|unanswerable| conclusive| apodictic| apodeictic| apodeictical|irresistible| irrefutable| irrefragable| necessary . / categorical| decisive| crucial . / demonstrated proven| unconfuted| unanswered| unrefuted|evident . / deducible| consequential| consectary| inferential| following . / [demonstrated to one`s satisfaction] convincing| cogent|persuasive (believable) . / of course| in consequence| consequently| as a matter of course|necessarily| of necessity . / probatum est [Lat-]| there is nothing more to be said| quod estdemonstrandum [Lat-]| Q . / E . / D . / | it must follow| exitus acta probat[Lat-] . / Confutation {ant } confutation| refutation| answer|complete answer| disproof| conviction| redargution| invalidation|exposure| exposition| clincher| retort| reductio ad absurdum| knockdown argument| tu quoque argument [Lat-]| sockdolager [U . / S]|correction . / | dissuasion . / confute| refute| disprove| parry| negative| controvert| rebut|confound| disconfirm| redargue| expose| show the fallacy of| defeat|demolish| break (destroy) | overthrow| overturn scatter to thewinds| explode| invalidate| silence| put to silence| reduce to silence|clinch an argument| clinch a question| give one a setdown| stop themouth| shut up| have| have on the hip . / not leave a leg to stand on| cut the ground from under one`s feet . / be confuted | fail| expose one`s weak point| show one`s weakpoint . / counter evidence . / confuting| confuted| capable of refutation| refutable|confutable| defeasible . / contravene (counter evidence) . / condemned on one`s own showing| condemned out of one`s own mouth . / the argument falls to the ground| cadit quaestio [Lat-]| it doesnot hold water| suo sibi gladio hunc jugulo [Terence]| his argument wasdemolished by new evidence . / SECTION RESULTS OF REASONING Judgment [Conclusion] result| conclusion| upshot|deduction| inference| ergotism [Med]| illation| corollary| porism|moral . / estimation| valuation| appreciation| judication| dijudication|adjudication| arbitrament| arbitrement| arbitration| assessment|ponderation| valorization . / award| estimate| review| criticism| critique| notice| report . / decision| determination| judgment| finding| verdict| sentence|decree| findings of fact| findings of law| res judicata [Lat-] . / plebiscite| voice| casting vote| vote (choice) | opinion (belief) | good judgment (wisdom) . / judge| umpire| arbiter| arbitrator| asessor| referee . / censor| reviewer| critic| connoisseur| commentator |inspector| inspecting officer . / twenty-twenty hindsight [judgment after the fact]| armchairgeneral| monday morning quarterback . / judge| conclude| come to a conclusion| draw a conclusion| arrive ata conclusion| ascertain| determine| make up one`s mind . / deduce| derive| gather| collect| draw an inference| make adeduction| weet| ween . / form an estimate| estimate| appreciate| value| count| assess|rate| rank| account| regard| consider| think of| look upon (believe)| review| size up [Slang] . / settle| pass an opinion| give an opinion| decide| try| pronounce|rule| pass judgment| pass sentence| sentence| doom| find| givejudgment| deliver judgment| adjudge| adjudicate| arbitrate| award|report| bring in a verdict| make absolute| set a question at rest|confirm (assent) . / comment| criticize| kibitz| pass under review (examine) |investigate (inquire) . / hold the scales| sit in judgment| try judgment| hear a cause . / judging judicious (wise) | determinate| conclusive . / on the whole| all things considered . / a Daniel come to judgment [Merchant of Venice]| and stand acritic| hated yet caress`d [Byron]| it is much easier to be criticalthan to be correct [Disraeli]| la critique est aisee et l`art estdifficile [Fr-]| nothing if not critical [Othello]| O most lame andimpotent conclusion [Othello] . / [Result of search or inquiry] Discovery discovery|detection| disenchantment| ascertainment| disclosure| find| revelation . / trover [Law] (recovery) . / discover| find| determine| evolve| learn | fix upon| pick up|find out| trace out| make out| hunt out| fish out| worm out| ferretout| root out| fathom| bring out| draw out| educe| elicit| bring tolight| dig out| grub up| fish up| unearth| disinter . / solve| resolve| elucidate| unriddle| unravel| unlock| crack| crackopen| pick up| open the lock| find a clue| find clew a to| find the keyto the riddle| interpret | disclose . / trace| get at| hit it| have it| lay one`s finger| lay one`s handsupon| spot| get at the truth| arrive at the truth | put thesaddle on the right horse| hit the right nail on the head . / be near the truth| be warm| get warmer| burn| smoke| scent| sniff|catch a whiff of| smell a rat . / open the eyes to| see through| see daylight| see in its truecolors| see the cloven foot| detect| catch| catch tripping . / pitch upon| fall upon| light upon| hit upon| stumble upon| popupon| come across| come onto| meet with| meet up with| fall in with . / recognize| realize| verify| make certain of| identify . / Int . / eureka!| aha!| I`ve got it!| Misjudgment misjudgment| obliquity of judgment|miscalculation| miscomputation| misconception (error) | hastyconclusion . / [causes of misjudgment] prejudgment| prejudication| prejudice|foregone conclusion| prenotion| prevention| preconception|predilection| prepossession| preapprehension| presumption| assumption|presentiment| fixed idea| preconceived idea| id_ee fixe| mentisgratissimus error [Lat-]| fool`s paradise . / [causes of misjudgment] esprit de corps| party spirit|partisanship| clannishness| prestige . / [causes of misjudgment] bias| bigotry| warp| twist| hobby| fad|quirk| crotchet| partiality| infatuation| blind side| mote in the eye . / [causes of misjudgment] one-sided views| one-track mind|partial views| narrow views| confined views| superficial views| one-sided ideas| partial ideas| narrow ideas| confined ideas| superficialideas| one-sided conceptions| partial conceptions| narrow conceptions|confined conceptions| superficial conceptions| one-sided notions|partial notions| narrow notions| confined notions| superficial notions|narrow mind| bigotry (obstinacy) | odium theologicum [Lat-]|pedantry| hypercriticism . / doctrinaire (positive) . / [causes of misjudgment] overestimation | underestimation . / [causes of misjudgment] ignorance . / erroneous assumptions| erroneous data| mistaken assumptions|incorrect assumptions (error) . / misjudge| misestimate| misthink| misconjecture| misconceive (error) | fly in the face of facts| miscalculate| misreckon|miscompute . / overestimate | underestimate . / prejudge| forejudge| presuppose| presume| prejudicate| dogmatize|have a bias n . / | have only one idea| jurare in verba magistri [Lat-]|run away with the notion| jump to a conclusion| rush to a conclusion|leap to a conclusion| judge hastily| shoot from the hip| jump toconclusions| look only at one side of the shield| view with jaundicedeye| view through distorting spectacles| not see beyond one`s nose|dare pondus fumo [Lat-]| get the wrong sow by the ear (blunder) . / give a bias| give a twist| bias| warp| twist| prejudice|prepossess . / misjudging ill-judging| wrong-headed| prejudiced jaundiced| shortsighted| purblind| partial| one-sided| superficial . / narrow-minded| narrow-souled| measpirited| confined| illiberal|intolerant| besotted| infatuated| fanatical| entete [Fr-]| positive|dogmatic| conceited| opinative| opiniative| opinioned| opinionate|opinionative| opinionated| self-opinioned| wedded to an opinion|opini=atre| bigoted (obstinate) | crotchety| fussy|impracticable| unreasonable| stupid | credulous | warped . / misjudged ex parte [Lat-] . / nothing like leather| the wish the father to the thought| wishfulthinking| unshakable conviction| my mind is made up - don`t bother mewith the facts . / Overestimation overestimation exaggeration |vanity | optimism| pessimism| pessimist . / much cry and little wool| much ado about nothing| storm in ateacup| tempest in a teacup| fine talking . / overestimate| overrate| overvalue| overprize| overweigh| overreckon|overstrain| overpraise| eulogize| estimate too highly| attach too muchimportance to| make mountains of molehills| catch at straws| strain|magnify| exaggerate | set too high a value upon| think much of|make much of| think too much of| make too much of| outreckon|panegyrize . / extol| extol to the skies| make the most of| make the best of|make the worst of| make two bites of a cherry . / have too high an opinion of oneself (vanity) . / overestimated oversensitive (sensibility) . / all his geese are swans| parturiunt montes [Lat-] . / Underestimation underestimation| depreciation (detraction) | pessimism| pessimist| undervaluing modesty underrate| underestimate| undervalue| underreckon| depreciate|disparage (detract) | not do justice to| misprize| disprize|ridicule | slight (despise) | neglect | slur over . / make light of| make little of| make nothing of| make no accountof| belittle| minimize| think nothing of| set no store by| set atnaught| shake off as dewdrops from the lion`s mane . / depreciating| depreciated unvalued| unprized . / Belief belief| credence| credit| assurance| faith| trust|troth| confidence| presumption| sanguine expectation (hope) |dependence on| reliance on . / persuasion| conviction| convincement| plerophory| self-conviction| certainty | opinion| mind| view| conception|thinking| impression (idea) | surmise | conclusion (judgment) . / tenet| dogma| principle| way of thinking| popular belief (assent) . / firm belief| implicit belief| settled belief| fixed rooted deep-rooted belief| staunch belief| unshaken belief| steadfast belief|inveterate belief| calm belief| sober belief| dispassionate belief|impartial belief| well-founded belief| firm opinion| implicit opinion|settled opinion| fixed rooted deep-rooted opinion| staunch opinion|unshaken opinion| steadfast opinion| inveterate opinion| calm opinion|sober opinion| dispassionate opinion| impartial opinion| well-foundedopinion | uberrima fides [Lat-] . / system of opinions| school| doctrine| articles| canons| article offaith| declaration of faith| profession of faith| tenets| credenda|creed| thirty-nine articles (orthodoxy) . / | catechism| assent | propaganda (teaching) . / credibility (probability) . / believe| credit| give faith to| give credit to| credence to| see|realize| assume| receive| set down for| take for| have it| take it|consider| esteem| presume . / count upon| depend upon| calculate upon| pin one`s faith upon|reckon upon| lean upon| build upon| rely upon| rest upon| lay one`saccount for| make sure of . / make oneself easy about| on that score| take on trust| take oncredit| take for granted| take for gospel| allow some weight to| attachsome weight to . / know| know for certain| have know| make no doubt| doubt not| be|rest assured | persuade oneself| assure oneself| satisfyoneself| make up one`s mind . / give one credit for| confide in| believe in| put one`s trust in|place in| repose in| implicit confidence in| take one`s word for| atone`s word| place reliance on| rely upon| swear by| regard to . / think| hold| take| take it| opine| be of opinion| conceive| trow|ween| fancy| apprehend| have it| hold a belief| possess| entertain abelief| adopt a belief| imbibe a belief| embrace a belief| get hold ofa belief| hazard| foster| nurture a belief| cherish a belief| have anopinion| hold an opinion| possess| entertain an opinion| adopt anopinion| imbibe an opinion| embrace an opinion| get hold of an opinion|hazard an opinion| foster an opinion| nurture an opinion| cherish anopinion view as| consider as| take as| hold as| conceive as|regard as| esteem as| deem as| look upon as| account as| set down as|surmise . / get it into one`s head| take it into one`s head| come round to anopinion| swallow (credulity) . / cause to be believed satisfy| persuade| have the ear of|gain the confidence of| assure| convince| convict| convert| wean| bringround| bring over| win over| indoctrinate (teach) | cram down thethroat| produce conviction| carry conviction| bring home to| drive hometo . / go down| find credence| pass current| be received v . / | becurrent | possess| take hold of| take possession of the mind . / believing certain| sure| assured| positive| cocksure|satisfied| confident| unhesitating| convinced| secure . / under the impression| impressed with| imbued with| penetratedwith . / confiding| suspectless| unsuspecting| unsuspicious| void ofsuspicion| credulous | wedded to . / believed accredited| putative| unsuspected . / worthy of| deserving of| commanding belief| credible| reliable|trustworthy| to be depended on| satisfactory| probably |fiducial| fiduciary| persuasive| impressive . / relating to belief| doctrinal . / in the opinion of| in the eyes of| me judice [Lat-]| meseems|methinks| to the best of one`s belief| I dare say| I doubt not| I haveno doubt| I am sure| sure enough (certainty) | depend upon| relyupon it| be assured| rest assured| I`ll warrant you (affirmation) experto crede [Lat-] [Vergil]| fata viam invenient [Lat-]|Justitiae soror incorrupta Fides [Lat-]| live to explain thy doctrineby thy life [Prior]| stands not within the prospect of belief[Macbeth]| tarde quae credita laedunt credimus [Lat-] [Ovid]| vide etcrede [Lat-] . / Unbelief . / Doubt unbelief| disbelief| misbelief| discredit|miscreance| infidelity (irreligion) [Obs]| dissent |change of opinion | retraction . / doubt (uncertainty) | skepticism| scepticism| misgiving|demure| distrust| mistrust| cynicism| misdoubt| suspicion| jealousy|scruple| qualm| onus probandi [Lat-] . / incredibility| incredibleness| incredulity . / [person who doubts] doubter| skeptic| cynic . / | unbeliever . / disbelieve| discredit| not believe | misbelieve| refuse toadmit (dissent) | refuse to believe (incredulity) . / doubt| be doubtful (uncertain) | doubt the truth of| beskeptical as to | diffide| distrust| mistrust| suspect| smoke|scent| smell a rat| have doubts| harbor doubts| entertain doubts|suspicions| have one`s doubts . / demure| stick at| pause| hesitate| scruple| stop to consider|waver . / hang in suspense| hang in doubt . / throw doubt upon| raise a question| bring in| call in question|question| challenge| dispute| deny | cavil| cause a doubt| raisea doubt| start a doubt| suggest a doubt| awake a doubt| make suspicion|ergotize . / startle| stagger| shake one`s faith| shake one`s belief| staggerone`s faith| stagger one`s belief . / unbelieving| skeptical| sceptical . / incredulous as to| skeptical as to| distrustful as to| shy as to|suspicious of| doubting doubtful (uncertain) | disputable|unworthy of| undeserving of belief | questionable| suspect|suspicious| open to suspicion| open to doubt| staggering| hard tobelieve| incredible| unbelievable| not to be believed| inconceivable|impossible . / fallible (uncertain) | undemonstrable| controvertible (untrue) . / cum grano salis [Lat-]| with a grain of salt| with grains ofallowance . / fronti nulla fides [Lat-]| nimium ne crede colori [Lat-] [Vergil]|timeo Danaos et dona ferentes [Vergil]| I fear the Greeks even whenbearing gifts| beware of Greeks bearing gifts| credat Judaeus Apella[Lat-] [Horace]| let those believe who may| ad tristem partem stenuaest suspicio [Lat-] [Syrus] . / Credulity credulity| credulousness | cullibility|gullibility| gross credulity| infatuation| self delusion| selfdeception| superstition| one`s blind side| bigotry (obstinacy) |hyperorthodoxy [Obs]| misjudgment . / credulous person (dupe) . / be credulous | jurare in verba magistri [Lat-]| followimplicitly| swallow| gulp down| take on trust| take for granted| takefor gospel| run away with a notion| run away with an idea| jump to aconclusion| rush to a conclusion| think the moon is made of greencheese| take for granted| grasp the shadow for the substance| catch atstraws| grasp at straws . / impose upon (deceive) . / credulous| gullible| easily deceived | simple| green| soft|childish| silly| stupid| easily convinced| over-credulous| overconfident| over trustful| infatuated| superstitious| confiding (believing) . / the wish the father to the thought| credo quia impossibile [Lat-][Tertullian]| all is not gold that glitters| no es oro todo lo quereluce [Spanish]| omne ignotum pro magnifico [Lat-] . / Incredulity incredulousness| incredulity| skepticism|pyrrhonism| want of faith (irreligion) [Obs] . / suspiciousness | scrupulosity| suspicion (unbelief) . / mistrust| cynicism . / unbeliever| skeptic| cynic| misbeliever . / | pyrrhonist| heretic (heterodox) . / be incredulous | distrust (disbelieve) | refuse tobelieve| shut one`s eyes to| shut one`s ears to| turn a deaf ear to|hold aloof| ignore| nullis jurare in verba magistri [Lat-] . / incredulous| skeptical| unbelieving| inconvincible| hard ofbelief| shy of belief| disposed to doubt| indisposed to believe|suspicious| scrupulous| distrustful| cynical| Assent assent| assentment| acquiescence| admission| nod|accord| concord| concordance| agreement | affirmance| affirmation|recognition| acknowledgment| avowal| confession of faith . / unanimity| common consent| consensus| acclamation| chorus| voxpopuli| popular belief| current belief| current opinion| publicopinion| concurrence (of causes) | cooperation (voluntary) ratification| confirmation| corroboration| approval| acceptance|visa| indorsement (record) [Obs] . / consent (compliance) . / pressure to conform| herd instinct| peer pressure . / assent| give assent| yield assent| nod assent| acquiesce| agree | receive| accept| accede| accord| concur| lend oneself to| consent|coincide| reciprocate| go with| be at one with | go along with|chime in with| strike in with| close in with| echo| enter into one`sviews| agree in opinion| vote| give one`s voice for| recognize|subscribe to| conform to| defer to| say yes to| say ditto| amen to| sayaye to . / acknowledge| own| admit| allow| avow| confess| concede (yield)| come round to| abide by| permit . / arrive at an understanding| come to an understanding| come toterms| come to an agreement . / confirm| affirm| ratify| appprove| indorse| countersign|corroborate . / go with the stream| swim with the stream| go with the flow| blowwith the wind| be in fashion| join in the chorus| join the crowd| beone of the guys| be part of the group| go with the crowd| don`t makewaves| be in every mouth . / assenting of one accord| of one mind| of the same mind| atone with| agreed| acquiescent| content| willing . / uncontradicted| unchallenged| unquestioned| uncontroverted . / carried| agreed| nem . / con . / [Lat-]| nemine contradicente [Lat-]| | unanimous|agreed on all hands| carried by acclamation . / affirmative . / yes| yea| ay| aye| true| good| well| very well| very true| welland good| granted| even so| just so| to be sure| `thou hast said`| yousaid it| you said a mouthful| truly| exactly| precisely| that`s justit| indeed| certainly| you bet| certes [Lat-]| ex concesso [Lat-]| ofcourse| unquestionably| assuredly| no doubt| doubtless| naturally|natch . / be it so| so be it| so let it be| amen| willingly . / affirmatively| in the affirmative . / OK| all right| might as well| why not? with one consent| with onevoice| with one accord| unanimously| una voce| by common consent| inchorus| to a man| nem . / con| nemine contradicente [Lat-]| nemine dissentiente [Lat-]|without a dissentient voice| as one man| one and all| on all hands . / avec plaisir [Fr-]| chi tace accousente [Italian]| the public mind isthe creation of the Master-Writers [Disraeli]| you bet your sweet assit is| what are we waiting for? whenever you`re ready| anytime you`reready . / Dissent dissent| discordance (disagreement) |difference diversity of opinion . / nonconformity (heterodoxy) | protestantism| recusancy|schism| disaffection| secession | recantation . / dissension (discord) | discontent | cavilling . / protest| contradiction (denial) | noncompliance (rejection) . / dissentient| dissenter| nojuror| nocontent| nonconformist|sectary| separatist| recusant| schismatic| protestant| heretic . / refusal . / dissent| demur| call in question (doubt) | differ in opinion|disagree| say no | refuse assent| refuse to admit| cavil|protest| raise one`s voice against| repudiate| contradict (deny) have no notion of| differ toto caelo [Lat-]| revolt at| revoltfrom the idea . / shake the head| shrug the shoulders| look askance| look askant . / secede| recant . / dissenting negative | dissident| dissentient|unconsenting (refusing) | nocontent| nonjuring| protestant|recusant| unconvinced| unconverted . / unavowed| unacknowledged| out of the question . / discontented | unwilling | extorted . / sectarian| denominational| schismatic| heterodox| intolerant . / no | at variance| at issue with| under protest . / Int . / God forbid!| not for the world| I`ll be hanged if| never tell me|your humble servant| pardon me . / many men many minds| quot homines tot sententiae [Lat-] [Terence]|tant s`en faut [Fr-]| il s`en faut bien [Fr-]| no way| by no means|count me out . / Knowledge knowledge| cognizance| cognition| cognoscence|acquaintance| experience| ken [Scot]| privity| insight| familiarity|comprehension| apprehension| recognition| appreciation (judgment)| intuition| conscience| consciousness| perception| precognition|acroamatics . / light| enlightenment| glimpse| inkling| glimmer| glimmering| dawn|scent| suspicion| impression (idea) | discovery system of knowledge| body of knowledge| science| philosophy|pansophy| acroama| theory| aetiology| etiology| circle of thesciences| pandect| doctrine| body of doctrine| cyclopedia|encyclopedia| school (system of opinions) . / tree of knowledge| republic of letters (language) . / erudition| learning| lore| scholarship| reading| letters|literature| book madness| book learning| bookishness| bibliomania|bibliolatry| information| general information| store of knowledge |education (teaching) | culture| menticulture| attainments|acquirements| acquisitions| accomplishments| proficiency| practicalknowledge (skill) | liberal education| dilettantism| rudiments (beginning) . / deep knowledge| profound knowledge| solid knowledge| accurateknowledge| acroatic knowledge| acroamatic knowledge| vast knowledge|extensive knowledge| encyclopedic knowledge| encyclopedic learning|omniscience| pantology . / march of intellect| progress of science| advance of science|advance of learning| schoolmaster abroad . / [person who knows much] scholar . / know| ken [Scot]| scan| wot| wot aware| be aware of | ween|weet| trow| have| possess . / conceive| apprehend| comprehend| take| realize| understand| savvy[Slang]| appreciate| fathom| make out| recognize| discern| perceive|see| get a sight-of| experience . / know full well| have some knowledge of| possess some knowledge of|be au courant | have in one`s head| have at one` fingers ends|know by heart| know by rote| be master of| connaitre le dessous descartes [Fr-]| know what`s what . / see one`s way| discover come to one`s knowledge (information) . / knowing cognitive| acroamatic . / aware of| cognizant of| conscious of| acquainted with| madeacquainted with| privy to| no stranger to| au fait with| au courant| inthe secret| up to| alive to| behind the scenes| behind the curtain| letinto| apprized of| informed of| undeceived . / proficient with| versed with| read with| forward with| strongwith| at home in| conversant with| familiar with . / erudite| instructed| leaned| lettered| educated| well conned| wellinformed| well read| well grounded| well educated| enlightened| shrewd|savant| blue| bookish| scholastic| solid| profound| deep-read| book-learned| accomplished (skillful) | omniscient| self-taught . / known ascertained| well-known| recognized| received|notorious| noted| proverbial| familiar| familiar as household words|familiar to every schoolboy| hackneyed| trite| trivial| commonplace . / cognoscible| cognizable . / to one`s knowledge| to the best of one`s knowledge . / one`s eyes being opened (disclosure) | ompredre tout c`esttout pardonner [Fr-]| to know all is to pardon all| empta dolore docetexperientia [Lat-]| gnothi seauton [Gr]| half our knowledge we mustsnatch not take [Pope]| Jahre lehren mehr als Bucher [Germ-]| years teachmore than books [Germ-]| knowledge comes but wisdom lingers [Tennyson]|knowledge is power [Bacon]| les affaires font les hommes [Fr-]| necscire fas est omnia [Lat-] [Horace]| the amassed thought and experienceof innumerable minds [Emerson]| was ich nicht weiss macht mich nichtheiss [Germ-] . / Ignorance ignorance| nescience| tabula rasa [Lat-]| crassignorance| ignorance crasse [Fr-]| unfamiliarity| unacquaintance|unconsciousness | darkness| blindness| incomprehension|inexperience| simplicity . / unknown quantities| x| y| z . / sealed book| terra incognita| virgin soil| unexplored ground| darkages . / [Imperfect knowledge] smattering| sciolism| glimmering|dilettantism| bewilderment (uncertainty) | incapacity . / [Affectation of knowledge] pedantry| charlatanry| charlatism|Philister| Philistine . / be ignorant | not know | know not| know not what| knownothing of| have no idea| have no notion| have no conception| not havethe remotest idea| not know chalk from cheese . / ignore| be blind to| keep in ignorance (conceal) . / see through a glass darkly| have a film over the eyes| have aglimmering n . / | wonder whether| not know what to make of (unintelligibility) | not pretend to take upon| not take upon oneself to say . / ignorant| nescient| unknowing| unaware| unacquainted| unapprised|unapprized| unwitting| unweeting| unconscious| witless| weetless| astranger to| unconversant . / uninformed| uncultivated| unversed| uninstructed| untaught|uninitiated| untutored| unschooled| misguided| unenlightened|Philistine| behind the age . / shallow| superficial| green| rude| empty| half-learned|illiterate| unread| uninformed| uneducated| unlearned| unlettered|unbookish| empty-headed| dizzy| wooly-headed| pedantic| in the dark|benighted| belated| blinded| blindfolded| hoodwinked| misinformed| aubout de son latin| at the end of his tether| at fault| at sea (uncertain) | caught tripping . / unknown| unapprehended| unexplained| unascertained|uninvestigated| unexplored| unheard of| not perceived| concealed | novel . / ignorantly | unawares| for anything| for aught one knows|not that one knows . / Int . / God knows| Heaven knows| the Lord knows| who knows| nobody knows . / ignorance never settles a question [Disraeli]| quantum animiserroris inest! [Lat-] [Ovid]| small Latin and less Greek [B . / Jonson]| that unlettered small-knowing soul [Love`s Labor`s Lost]|there is no darkness but ignorance [Twelfth Night] . / Scholar scholar| connoisseur| savant| pundit| schoolman|professor| graduate| wrangler| academician| academist| master of arts|doctor| licentitate| gownsman| philosopher| master of math| scientist|clerk| sophist| sophister| linguist| glossolinguist| philologist|philologer| lexicographer| glossographer| grammarian| litterateur[Fr-]| literati| dilettanti| illuminati| cogniscenti [Italian]| fellow|Hebraist| lexicologist| mullah| munshi| Sanskritish| sinologist|sinologue| Mezzofanti| admirable Crichton| Mecaenas . / bookworm| helluo librorum [Lat-]| bibliophile| bibliomaniac|bluestocking| bas-bleu [Fr-]| bigwig| learned Theban| don| ArtiumBaccalaureus [Lat-]| Artium Magister [Lat-] . / learned man| literary man| homo multarum literarum [Lat-]| man oflearning| man of letters| man of education| man of genius . / antiquarian| antiquary| archaeologist . / sage (wise man) . / pedant| doctrinaire| pedagogue| Dr . / Pangloss| pantologist| criminologist . / schoolboy (learner) . / learned | brought up at the feet of Gamaliel . / he was a scholar and a ripe and good one [Henry VIII]| themanifold linguist [All`s Well That Ends Well] . / Ignoramus ignoramus| dunce| wooden spoon| no scholar . / [insulting terms for ignorant person:] (imbecility) (folly) moron| imbecile| idiot| fool| jerk| nincompoop| asshole [Vulg] . / [person with superficial knowledge] dilettante| sciolist|smatterer| dabbler| half scholar| charlatan| wiseacre . / greenhorn| amateur (dupe) | novice| tyro (learner) |numskull . / lubber (bungler) | fool | pedant . / bookless| shallow| ignorant . / a wit with dunces and a dunce with wits [Pope] . / [Object of knowledge] Truth fact| reality (existence) |plain fact| plain matter of fact| nature (principle) | truth|verity| gospel| gospel truth| God`s honest truth| orthodoxy . / |authenticity| veracity | correctness| correctitude . / accuracy| exactitude| exactness| preciseness | precision|delicacy| rigor| mathematical precision| punctuality| clockworkprecision (regularity) | conformity to rule| nicety . / orthology| ipsissima verba [Lat-]| realism . / plain truth| honest truth| sober truth| naked truth| unalloyedtruth| unqualified truth| stern truth| exact truth| intrinsic truth|nuda veritas [Lat-]| the very thing| not an illusion | real SimonPure| unvarnished tale| unvarnished truth| the truth the whole truthand nothing but the truth| just the thing . / be true | be the case| sand the test| have the true ring|hold good| hold true| hold water . / render true| prove true | substantiate (evidence) . / get at the truth (discover) real| actual (existing) | veritable| true| right| correct|certain | substantially true| categorically true| definitivelytrue | true to the letter| true as gospel| unimpeachable| veracious | unreconfuted| unconfuted| unideal| unimagined| realistic . / exact| accurate| definite| precise| well-defined| just| just so|so| strict| severe| close (similar) | literal| rigid| rigorous|scrupulous (conscientious) | religiously exact| punctual|mathematical| scientific| faithful| constant| unerring| curious|particular| nice| delicate| fine| cleacut| clear-cut . / verified| empirically true| experimentally verified|substantiated| proven (demonstrated) . / rigorously true| unquestionably true . / true by definition . / genuine| authentic| legitimate| orthodox . / | official| exofficio . / pure| natural| sound| sterling| unsophisticated| unadulterated|unvarnished| unalloyed| uncolored| in its true colors| pukka . / well-grounded| well founded| solid| substantial| tangible| valid|undistorted| undisguised| unaffected| unexaggerated| unromantic|unflattering . / truly | verily| indeed| really| in reality| with truth (veracity) | certainly (certain) | actually (existence) |in effect (intrinsically) . / exactly | ad amussim [Lat-]| verbatim| verbatim etliteratim [Lat-]| word for word| literally| literatim [Lat-]| totidemvervis [Lat-]| sic| to the letter| chapter and verse| ipsissimis verbis[Lat-]| ad unguem [Lat-]| to an inch| to a nicety| to a hair| to atittle| to a turn| to a T| au pied de la lettre [Fr-]| neither more norless| in every respect| in all respects| sous tous les rapports [Fr-]|at any rate| at all events| strictly speaking . / the truth is| the fact is| rem acu tetigisti [Lat-]| en suivant laverite [Fr-]| ex facto jus oritur [Lat-]| la verita e figlia del empo[Italian]| locos y ninos dicen la verdad [Spanish]| crazy people and childrentell the truth| nihil est veritatis luce dulcius [Lat-] [Cicero]|veritas nunquam perit [Lat-] [Seneca]| veritatem dies aperit [Lat-][Seneca]| the truth| the whole truth| and nothing but the truth| justthe facts| ma`am| just the facts [Dragnet] . / Error error| fallacy| misconception| misapprehension|misstanding| misunderstanding| inexactness | laxity|misconstruction (misinterpretation) | miscomputation (misjudgment) | non sequitur | mis-statement| mis-report|mumpsimus . / mistake| miss| fault| blunder| quiproquo| cross purposes|oversight| misprint| erratum| corrigendum| slip| blot| flaw| loosethread| trip| stumble (failure) | botchery (want of skill) [Obs]| slip of the tongue| slip of the lip| Freudian slip| slip of thepen| lapsus linguae [Lat-]| clerical error| bull (absurdity) |haplography . / illusion| delusion| snare| false impression| false idea| bubble|self-decit| self-deception| mists of error . / heresy (heterodoxy) | hallucination (insanity) | falselight (fallacy of vision) | dream (fancy) | fable (untruth) | bias (misjudgment) | misleading be erroneous . / cause error| mislead| misguide| lead astray|lead into error| beguile| misinform (misteach) [Obs]| delude|give a false impression| give a false idea| falsify| misstate| deceive | lie . / err| be in error | be mistaken be deceived (duped) | mistake| receive a false impression| deceive oneself| fallinto error| lie under error| labor under an error n . / | be in thewrong| blunder| misapprehend| misconceive| misunderstand| misreckon|miscount| miscalculate (misjudge) . / play at cross purposes| be at cross purposes (misinterpret) trip| stumble| lose oneself (uncertainty) | go astray| fail | be in the wrong box| take the wrong sow by the ear (mismanage) | put the saddle on the wrong horse| reckon withoutone`s host| take the shadow for the substance (credulity) | dream (imagine) . / erroneous| untrue| false| devoid of truth| fallacious| apocryphal|unreal| ungrounded| groundless| unsubstantial | heretical (heterodox) | unsound| illogical . / inexact| unexact inaccurate| incorrect| indefinite (uncertain) illusive| illusory| delusive| mock| ideal (imaginary) |spurious | deceitful | perverted . / controvertible| unsustainable| unauthenticated| untrustworthy . / exploded| refuted| discarded . / in error| under an error n . / | mistaken tripping out| out in one`s reckoning| aberrant| beside the mark| wide of themark| wide of the truth| way off| far off| astray (at fault) | ona false scent| on the wrong scent| in the wrong box| outside theballpark| at cross purposes| all in the wrong| all out . / more or less . / errare est humanum [Lat-]| mentis gratissimus error [Lat-][Horace]| on the dubious waves of error tost [Cowper]| to err is human|to forgive divine [Pope]| you lie under a mistake [Shelley] . / Maxim maxim| aphorism| apothegm| apophthegm| dictum| saying|adage| saw| proverb| sentence| mot [Fr-]| motto| word| byword| moral|phylactery| protasis . / axiom| theorem| scholium| truism| postulate . / first principles| a priori fact| assumption (supposition) . / reflection (idea) | conclusion (judgment) | goldenrule (precept) | principle| principia [Lat-]| profession of faith (belief) | settled principle| accepted principle| formula . / accepted fact . / received truth| wise maxim| sage maxim| received maxim| admittedmaxim| recognized maxim | true saying| common saying| hackneyedsaying| trite saying| commonplace saying aphoristic| proverbial| phylacteric| axiomatic| gnomic . / as the saying goes| as the saying is| as they say . / Absurdity absurdity| absurdness | imbecility |alogy| nonsense| utter nonsense| paradox| inconsistency| stultiloquy|stultiloquence| nugacity . / blunder| muddle| bull| Irishism| Hibernicism| slipslop|anticlimax| bathos| sophism . / farce| galimathias| amphigouri| rhapsody| farrago (disorder)| betise [Fr-]| extravagance| romance| sciamachy . / sell| pun| verbal quibble| macaronic . / jargon| fustian| twaddle| gibberish (no meaning) |exaggeration | moonshine| stuff| mare`s nest| quibble| self-delusion . / vagary| tomfoolery| poppycock| mummery| monkey trick| boutade[Fr-]| escapade . / play the fool | talk nonsense| parler a tort et a travess[Fr-]| battre la campagne [Fr-]| hanemolia bazein [Gr]| be absurd . / absurd| nonsensical| preposterous| egregious| senseless|inconsistent| ridiculous| extravagant| quibbling| self-annulling| self-contradictory| macaronic| punning . / foolish | sophistical | unmeaning | withoutrhyme or reason| fantastic . / Int . / fiddlededee!| pish!| pho!| in the name of the figs![Horace Smith] . / credat Judaeus Apella [Lat-] [Horace]| tell it to the marines . / Intelligence| Wisdom intelligence| capacity| comprehension|understanding| cuteness| sabe [U . / S]| savvy [U . / S]| intellect |nous [Fr-]| parts| sagacity| mother wit| wit| esprit| gumption| quickparts| grasp of intellect| acuteness | acumen| subtlety|penetration| perspicacy| perspicacity| discernment| due sense of| goodjudgment| discrimination | cunning | refinement (taste) head| brains| headpiece| upper story| long head| eagle eye| eagle-glance| eye of a lynx| eye of a hawk . / wisdom| sapience| sense| good sense| common sense| horse sense[U . / S]| plain sense| rationality| reason| reasonableness |judgment| solidity| depth| profundity| caliber| enlarged views| reachof thought| compass of thought| enlargement of mind . / genius| inspiration| geist [Germ-]| fire of genius| heaveborngenius| soul| talent (aptitude) . / [Wisdom in action] prudence | vigilance | tact |foresight | sobriety| self-possession| aplomb| ballast . / a bright thought| not a bad idea . / Solomolike wisdom . / be intelligent | have all one`s wits about one| understand (intelligible) | catch an idea| take in an idea| take a joke| take ahint . / see through| see at a glance| see with half an eye| see far into|see through a millstone| penetrate| discern (descry) | foresee discriminate | know what`s what | listen to reason . / intelligent [Applied to persons]| quick of apprehension| keen|acute| alive| brainy| awake| bright| quick| sharp| quick witted| keenwitted| clear witted| sharp-eyed| sharp sighted| sharp witted| wide-awake| canny| shrewd| astute| clear-headed| farsighted |discerning| perspicacious| penetrating| piercing| argute| quick-witted|nimble-witted| needle-witted| sharp as a needle| sharp as a tack| aliveto (cognizant) | clever (apt) | arch (cunning) | passi bete [Fr-]| acute . / wise| sage| sapient| sagacious| reasonable| rational| sound| inone`s right mind| sensible| abnormis sapiens [Lat-]| judicious| strong-minded . / unprejudiced| unbiased| unbigoted| unprepossessed| undazzled|unperplexed| unwarped judgment| impartial| equitable| fair . / cool| cool-headed| long-headed| hardheaded| strong-headed| long-sighted| calculating| thoughtful| reflecting| solid| deep| profound . / oracular| heavedirected| heaveborn . / prudent (cautious) | sober| stand| solid| considerate|politic| wise in one`s generation| watchful | provident (prepared) | in advance of one` age| wise as a serpent| wise asSolomon| wise as Solon . / [Applied to actions] wise| sensible| reasonable| judicious| well-thought-out| well-planned| well-judged| well-advised| prudent| politic|expedient . / aut regem aut fatuum nasci oportet [Lat-]| but with the morningcool reflection came [Scott]| flosculi sententiarum [Lat-]| lesaffaires font les hommes [Fr-]| mas vale saber que haber [Spanish]| masvale ser necio que profiadol nemo solus sapit [Lat-] [Plautus]| noscete [Lat-]| gnothi seauton [Gr]| nullum magnum ingenium sine mixturadementiae fuit [Lat-] [Seneca from Aristotle]| sapere aude [Lat-][Horace]| victrix fortunae sapientia [Lat-] [Juvenal] . / Imbecility . / Folly want of intelligence | want ofintellect | shadowness| silliness| foolishness |imbecility| incapacity| vacancy of mind| poverty of intellect| weaknessof intellect| clouded perception| poor head| apartments to let|stupidity| stolidity| hebetude| dull understanding| meanest capacity|shortsightedness| incompetence (unskillfulness) . / one`s weak side| not one`s strong point| bias | infatuation (insanity) . / simplicity| puerility| babyhood| dotage| anility| secondchildishness| fatuity| idiocy| idiotism| driveling . / folly| frivolity| irrationality| trifling| ineptitude| nugacity|inconsistency| lip wisdom| conceit| sophistry | giddiness (inattention) | eccentricity | extravagance (absurdity)| rashness . / act of folly . / to be an imbecile | have no brains| have no sense . / trifle| drivel| radoter| dote| ramble (madness) | play thefool| play the monkey| monkey around| fool around| take leave of one`ssenses (insanity) | not see an inch beyond one`s nose| stultifyoneself | talk nonsense . / unintelligent [Applied to persons]| unintellectual| unreasoning|mindless| witless| reasoningless| brainless| halfbaked| having no head | not bright | inapprehensible . / weak headed| addle headed| puzzle headed| blunder headed| muddleheaded| muddy headed| pig headed| beetle headed| buffle headed| chuckleheaded| mutton headed| maggoty headed| grossheaded| beef headed| fatwitted| fat-headed . / weak-minded| feeble-minded| dull minded| shallow minded| lack-brained| rattle-brained| rattle headed| half witted| lean witted| shortwitted| dull witted| blunt-witted| shallow-pated| clod-pated| addle-pated| addle-brained| dim-sighted| short-sighted| thick-skulled| weakin the upper story . / shallow| borne| weak| wanting| soft| sappy| spoony| dull| dull asa beetle| stupid| heavy| insulse| obtuse| blunt| stolid| doltish|asinine| inapt | prosaic | hebetudinous . / childish| child-like| infantine| infantile| babyish| babish|puerile| anile| simple (credulous) | old-womanish . / fatuous| idiotic| imbecile| driveling| blatant| babbling| vacant|sottish| bewildered . / blockish| unteachable Boeotian| Boeotic| bovine| ungifted|undiscerning| unenlightened| unwise| unphilosophical| apish| simious . / foolish| silly| senseless| irrational| insensate| nonsensical|inept| maudlin . / narrow-minded | bigoted (obstinate) | giddy (thoughtless) | rash | eccentric (crazed) . / [Applied to actions] foolish| unwise| injudicious| improper|unreasonable| without reason| ridiculous| absurd| idiotic| silly|stupid| asinine| ill-imagined| ill-advised| ill-judged| ill-devised|mal entendu [Fr-]| inconsistent| irrational| unphilosophical|extravagant (nonsensical) | sleeveless| idle| pointless| useless | inexpedient | frivolous (trivial) . / Davus sum non [Lat-] [Oedipus]| a fool`s bolt is soon shot [Henry] clitellae bovi sunt impositae [Lat-] [Cicero]| fools rush in whereangels fear to tread [Pope]| il n` a ni bouche ni eperon [Fr-]| thebookful blockhead| ignorantly read [Pope]| to varnish nonsense with thecharms of sound [Churchill] . / Sage sage| wise man| genius| master mind| master spirit ofthe age| longhead| thinker| intellectual| longhair . / authority| oracle| luminary| shining light| esprit fort| magnusApollo [Lat-]| Solon| Solomon| Nestor| Magi| second Daniel . / man of learning | expert | wizard . / wiseacre [Iron]| bigwig| know-it-all| poor man`s Einstein . / venerable| reverenced| emeritus . / barba tenus sapientes [Lat-] . / Fool fool| idiot| tomfool| wiseacre| simpleton| witling|dizzard| donkey| ass| ninny| ninnyhammer| chowderhead| chucklehead|dolt| booby| Tom Noddy| looby| hoddy-doddy| noddy| nonny| noodle|nizy| owl| goose| goosecap| imbecile| gaby| radoteur| nincompoop|badaud| zany| trifler| babbler| pretty fellow| natural| niais . / child| baby| infant| innocent| milksop| sop . / oaf| lout| loon| lown| dullard| doodle| calf| colt| buzzard|block| put| stick| stock| numps| tony . / bull head| dunderhead| addlehead| blockhead| dullhead|loggerhead| jolthead| jolterhead| beetlehead| beetlebrain| grosshead|muttonhead| noodlehead| giddyhead| numbskull| thickskull| lackbrain|shallowbrain| dimwit| halfwit| lackwit| dunderpate| lunkhead sawney[U . / S]| gowk| clod| clod-hopper| clod-poll| clot-poll| clot-pate| bullcalf| gawk| Gothamite| lummox| rube [U . / S]| men of Boeotia| wise men ofGotham . / un sot a triple etage [Fr-]| sot| jobbernowl| changeling|mooncalf| gobemouche . / dotard| driveler| old fogey| old woman| crock| crone| grandmother|cotquean| henhussy . / incompetent (insanity) . / greenhorn (dupe) | dunce (ignoramus) | lubber (bungler) | madman . / one who will not set the Thames on fire| one who did not inventgunpowder| qui n`a pas invente` la poudre [Fr-]| no conjuror . / fortuna favet fatuis [Lat-]| les fous font les festinas et lessages les mangent [Fr-]| nomina stultorum parietibus harrent [Lat-]|stultorum plena sunt omnia [Lat-] [Cicero] . / Sanity sanity| soundness | rationality| sobriety|lucidity| lucid interval| senses| sober senses| right mind| sound mind|mens sana [Lat-] . / be sane | retain one`s senses| retain one`s reason . / become sane | come to one`s senses| sober down . / render sane | bring to one`s senses| sober . / sane| rational| reasonable| compos mentis| of sound mind| sound|sound-minded| lucid . / self-possessed| sober| sober-minded . / in one`s sober senses| in one`s right mind| in possession of one`sfaculties . / sanely . / Insanity disordered reason| disordered intellect| diseasedmind| unsound mind| abnormal mind| derangement| unsoundness| psychosis|neurosis| cognitive disorder| affective disorder . / insanity| lunacy| madness | mania| rabies| furor| mentalalienation| aberration| paranoia| schizophrenia| dementation| dementia|demency| phrenitis| phrensy| frenzy| raving| incoherence| wandering|delirium| calenture of the brain| delusion| hallucination|lycanthropy| brain storm . / vertigo| dizziness| swimming| sunstroke| coup de soleil [Fr-]|siriasis . / fanaticism| infatuation| craze| oddity| eccentricity| twist|monomania (caprice) | kleptodipsomania| hypochondriasis [Med] (low spirits) | melancholia| depression| clinical depression| severedepression| hysteria| amentia . / screw loose| tile loose| slate loose| bee in one`s bonnet| rats inthe upper story . / dotage (imbecility) . / be insane . / become insane | lose one`s senses| loseone`s reason| lose one`s faculties| lose one`s wits| go mad| run mad|lose one`s marbles [Coll]| go crazy| go bonkers [Coll]| flip one`swig [Coll]| flip one`s lid [Coll]| flip out [Coll]| flip one`s bush[Coll] . / rave| dote| ramble| wander| drivel (be imbecile) | have ascrew loose n . / | have a devil| avoir le diable au corps [Fr-]| loseone`s head (be uncertain) . / render mad| drive mad | madden| dementate| addle the wits|addle the brain| derange the head| infatuate| befool| turn the brain|turn one`s head| drive one nuts [Coll] . / insane| mad| lunatic| loony [Coll]| crazy| crazed| aliene| noncompos mentis| not right| cracked| touched| bereft of reason| allpossessed| unhinged| unsettled in one`s mind| insensate| reasonless|beside oneself| demented| daft| phrenzied| frenzied| frenetic|possessed| possessed with a devil| deranged| maddened| moonstruck|shatterpated| mad-brained| scatter brained| shatter brained|crackbrained| touched| tetched [Coll]| off one`s head . / [behavior suggesting insanity] maniacal| delirious| lightheaded|incoherent| rambling| doting| wandering| frantic| raving| stark staringmad| stark raving mad| wild-eyed| berserk| delusional| hallucinatory . / [behavior somewhat resembling insanity] corybantic| dithyrambic|rabid| giddy| vertiginous| wild| haggard| mazed| flighty| distracted|distraught| depressed| agitated| hyped up| bewildered (uncertain) mad as a March hare| mad as a hatter| of unsound mind n . / |touched in one`s head| wrong in one`s head| not right in one`s head|not in one`s right mind| not right in one`s wits| upper story| out ofone`s mind| out of one`s wits| out of one`s skull [Coll]| far gone|out of one`s senses| out of one`s wits| not in one`s right mind . / fanatical| infatuated| odd| eccentric| hypped| hyppish| spacedout [Coll] . / imbecile| silly| . / like one possessed . / the mind having lost its balance| the reason under a cloud| tetexaltee [Fr-]| tet montee [Fr-]| ira furor brevis est [Lat-]| omnesstultos insanire [Lat-] [Horace] . / Madman madman| lunatic| maniac| bedlamite| candidate forBedlam| raver| madcap| crazy| energumen| automaniac| monomaniac|dipsomaniac| kleptomaniac| hypochondriac (low spirits)|| crank| Tomo`Bedlam . / dreamer | rhapsodist| seer| highflier| enthusiast| fanatic|fanatico [Spanish]| exalte [Fr-]| knight errant| Don Quixote . / idiot . / EXTENSION OF THOUGHT To the Past Memory memory| remembrance| retention| retentiveness|tenacity| veteris vestigia flammae [Lat-]| tablets of the memory|readiness . / reminiscence| recognition| recollection| rememoration| recurrence|flashback| retrospect| retrospection . / afterthought| post script| PS . / suggestion (information) | prompting hint| reminder|remembrancer| flapper| memorial (record) | commemoration (celebration) . / [written reminder] note| memo| memorandum| things to beremembered| token of remembrance| memento| souvenir| keepsake| relic|memorabilia . / art of memory| artificial memory| memoria technica [Lat-]|mnemonics| mnemotechnics| phrenotypics| Mnemosyne . / prompt-book| crib sheet| cheat sheet . / retentive memory| tenacious memory| photographic memory| greenmemory| trustworthy memory| capacious memory| faithful memory| correctmemory| exact memory| ready memory| prompt memory| accuraterecollection| perfect memory| total recall . / celebrity| fame| renown| reputation (repute) . / remember| mind| retain the memory of| retain the remembrance of|keep in view . / recognize| recollect| bethink oneself| recall| call up| retrace|look back| trace back| trace backwards| think back| look back upon|review| call upon| recall upon| bring to mind| bring to remembrance|carry one`s thoughts back| rake up the past . / have in the thoughts| hold in the thoughts| bear in the thoughts|carry in the thoughts| keep in the thoughts| retain in the thoughts|have in the memory| hold in the memory| bear in the memory| carry inthe memory| keep in the memory| retain in the memory| have in the mind|hold in the mind| bear in the mind| carry in the mind| keep in themind| retain in the mind| hold in remembrance| be in one`s thoughts|live in one`s thoughts| remain in one`s thoughts| dwell in one`sthoughts| haunt one`s thoughts| impress one`s thoughts| be in one`smind| live in one`s mind| remain in one`s mind| dwell in one`s mind|haunt one`s mind| impress one`s mind| dwell in one`s memory . / sink in the mind| run in the head| not be able to get out of one`shead| be deeply impressed with| rankle (revenge) . / recur to the mind| flash on the mind| flash across the memory . / [cause to remember] remind| suggest (inform ) | prompt| putin mind| keep in mind| bring to mind| fan the embers| call up| summonup| rip up| renew| infandum renovare dolorem [Lat-]| jog the memory|flap the memory| refresh the memory| rub up the memory| awaken thememory| pull by the sleeve| bring back to the memory| put inremembrance| memorialize . / task the memory| tax the memory . / get at one`s fingers` ends| have at one`s fingers`| learn at one`sfingers`| know one`s lesson| say one`s lesson| repeat by heart| repeatby rote| say one`s lesson| repeat| repeat as a parrot| have at one`sfingers` ends| have at one`s finger tips| commit to memory| memorize|con over| con| fix in the memory| rivet in the memory| imprint in thememory| impress in the memory| stamp in the memory| grave in thememory| engrave in the memory| store in the memory| treasure up in thememory| bottle up in the memory| embalm in the memory| enshrine in thememory| load the memory with| store the memory with| stuff the memorywith| burden the memory with . / redeem from oblivion| keep the memory alive| keep the wound green|pour salt in the wound| reopen old wounds`| tangere ulcus [Lat-]| keepup the memory of| commemorate (celebrate) . / make a note of| jot a note| pen a memorandum (record) . / remembering| remembered mindful| reminiscential| retainedin the memory pent up in one`s memory| fresh| green| green inremembrance| unforgotten| present to the mind| within one`s memory n . / | indelible| uppermost in one`s thoughts| memorable (important) by heart| by rote| without book| memoriter . / in memory of| in memoriam| memoria in aeterna [Lat-]| suggestive . / manet alta mente repostum [Lat-] [Vergil]| forsan et haec olimmeminisse juvabit [Lat-] [Vergil]| absens haeres non erit [Lat-]|beatae memoriae [Lat-]| briefly thyself remember [Lear]| mendacemmemorem esse oportet [Lat-] [Quintilian]| memory the warder of thebrain [Macbeth]| parsque est meminisse doloris [Lat-] [Ovid]| to livein hearts we leave behind is not to die [Campbell]| vox audita perillittera scripta manet [Lat-]| out of sight| out of mind . / Oblivion oblivion| obliviousness| lethe| forgetfulness | amnesia| obliteration of | insensibility to the past short memory| treacherous memory| poor memory| loose memory|slippery memory| failing memory| decay of memory| failure of memory|lapse of memory| waters of Lethe| waters of oblivion . / amnesty| general pardon . / [deliberate or unconscious forgetting] repressed memory . / forget| be forgetful | fall into oblivion| sink intooblivion| have a short memory n . / | have no head . / forget one`s own name| have on the tip of one`s tongue| come inone ear and go out the other . / slip memory| escape memory| fade from memory| die away from thememory| lose| lose sight of . / fail to recall| not be able to recall . / [cause oneself to forget] unlearn| efface | discharge fromthe memory| consign to oblivion| consign to the tomb of the Capulets|think no more of (turn the attention from) | cast behind one`sback| wean one`s thoughts from| let bygones be bygones (forgive) forgotten unremembered| past recollection| bygone| out ofmind| buried in oblivion| sunk in oblivion| clean forgotten| gone outof one`s head| gone out of one`s recollection . / forgetful| oblivious| mindless| Lethean| insensible to the past | heedless . / non mi ricordo [Italian]| the memory failing| the memory deserting one|being at fault| being in fault . / To the Future Expectation expectation| expectance| expectancy|anticipation| reckoning| calculation| foresight . / contemplation| prospection| lookout| prospect| perspective|horizon| vista| destiny . / suspense| waiting| abeyance| curiosity | anxiousexpectation| ardent expectation| eager expectation| breathlessexpectation| sanguine expectation| torment of Tantalus . / hope | trust (belief) | auspices (prediction) |assurance| confidence| presumption| reliance . / expect| look for| look out for| look forward to| hope for|anticipate| have in prospect| have in contemplation| keep in view|contemplate| promise oneself| not wonder at | not wonder if . / wait for| tarry for| lie in wait for| watch for| bargain for| keepa good lookout for| keep a sharp lookout for| await| stand at`attention` abide| bide one`s time| watch . / foresee | prepare for | forestall (be early) |count upon (believe in) | think likely (probability) . / lead one to expect (predict) | have in store for (destiny) . / prick up one`s ears| hold one`s breath . / expectant| expecting in expectation n . / | on the watch (vigilant) | opeeyed| opemouthed| in wide-eyed anticipation|agape| gaping| all agog| on tenterhooks| on tiptoe| on the tiptoe ofexpectation| aux aguets| ready| curious | looking forward to . / expected long expected| foreseen| in prospect n . / |prospective| in one`s eye| in one`s view| in the horizon| on thehorizon| just over the horizon| just around the corner| around thecorner| impending (destiny) . / on the watch | with breathless expectation n . / | withbated breath| with rapt anticipation| arrectis auribus [Lat-] . / we shall see| nous verrons [Fr-]| expectation whirls me round[Troilus and Cressida]| the light at the end of the tunnel . / Inexpectation inexpectation| noexpectation| falseexpectation (disappointment) | miscalculation . / surprise| sudden burst| thunderclap| blow| shock| start| bolt outof the blue| wonder | eye opener . / unpleasant surprise| pleasant surprise . / not expect | be taken by surprise| start| miscalculate |not bargain for| come upon| fall upon . / be unexpected | come unawares | turn up| pop| dropfrom the clouds| come upon one| burst upon one| flash upon one| bounceupon one| steal upon one| creep upon one| come like a thunder clap|burst like a thunderclap| thunder bolt| take by surprise| catch bysurprise| catch unawares| catch napping| yach [S . / AFr-] . / pounce upon| spring a mine upon . / surprise| startle| take aback| electrify| stun| stagger| take awayone`s breath| throw off one`s guard| astonish| dumbfound (strikewith wonder) . / nonexpectant| surprised unwarned| unaware| off one`s guard|inattentive . / unexpected| unanticipated| unpredicted| unlooked for| unforeseen|unhoped for| dropped from the clouds| beyond expectation| contrary toexpectation| against expectation| against all expectation| out of one`sreckoning| unheard of (exceptional) | startling| surprising|sudden (instantaneous) . / unpredictable| unforeseeable (unknowable) . / abruptly| unexpectedly| surprisingly| plump| pop| a l`improviste[Fr-]| unawares| without notice| without warning| without a `by yourleave`| like a thief in the night| like a thunderbolt| in an unguardedmoment| suddenly (instantaneously) . / Int . / heydey!| (wonder) . / little did one think| little did one expect| nobody would eversuppose| nobody would ever think| nobody would ever expect| who wouldhave thought? it beats the Dutch . / [Failure of expectation] Disappointment disappointment|blighted hope| balk| blow| anticlimax| slip `twixt cup and lip|nonfulfillment of one`s hopes| sad disappointment| bitterdisappointment| trick of fortune| afterclap| false expectation| vainexpectation| miscalculation | fool`s paradise| much cry andlittle wool . / be disappointed| look blank| look blue| look aghast| stand aghast (wonder) | find to one`s cost| laugh on the wrong side of one`smouth| find one a false prophet . / not realize one`s hope| not realize one`s expectation . / [cause to be disappointed] disappoint| frustrate| discomfit|crush| defeat (failure) | crush one`s hope| dash one`s hope| balkone`s hope| disappoint one`s hope| blight one`s hope| falsify one`shope| defeat one`s hope| discourage| balk| jilt| bilk| play one false|play a trick| dash the cup from the lips| tantalize| dumfound|dumbfound| dumbfounder| dumfounder (astonish) . / disappointed disconcerted| aghast| disgruntled| out ofone`s reckoning . / the mountain labored and brought forth a mouse| parturiunt montes[Lat-]| nascitur ridiculus mus [Lat-] [Horace]| diis aliter visum[Lat-]| the bubble burst| one`s countenance falling . / Foresight foresight| prospicience| prevision| long-sightedness| anticipation| providence (preparation) . / forethought| forecast| predeliberation| presurmise| foregoneconclusion (prejudgment) | prudence (caution) . / foreknowledge| prognosis| precognition| prescience| prenotion|presentiment| second sight| sagacity (intelligence) | antepast|prelibation| prophasis . / prospect (expectation) | foretaste| prospectus (plan) foresee| look forwards to| look ahead| look beyond| scent from afar|look into the future| pry into the future| peer into the future . / see one`s way| see how the land lies| get the lay of the land| seehow the wind blows| test the waters| see how the cat jumps . / anticipate| expect | be beforehand (early) | predict | foreknow| forejudge| forecast| presurmise| have an eye to thefuture| have an eye to the main chance| respicere finem [Lat-]| keep asharp lookout (vigilance) | forewarn . / foreseeing prescient| farseeing| farsighted| sagacious (intelligent) | weatherwise| provident (prepared) |prospective . / against the time when . / cernit omnia Deus vindex [Lat-]| mihi cura futuri [Lat-]| run itup the flagpole and see who salutes . / Prediction prediction| announcement| program| programme[Brit] (plan) | premonition (warning) | prognosis|prophecy| vaticination| mantology| prognostication| premonstration|augury| auguration| ariolation| hariolation| foreboding| aboding|bodement| abodement| omniation| omniousness| auspices| forecast| omen | horoscope| nativity| sooth| soothsaying| fortune telling|crystal gazing| divination| necromancy . / [Divination by the stars] astrology| horoscopy| judicialastrology . / [Place of Prediction] . / adytum prefiguration| prefigurement|prototype| type . / [person who predicts] oracle . / predict| prognosticate| prophesy| vaticinate| divine| foretell|soothsay| augurate| tell fortunes| cast a horoscope| cast a nativity|advise| forewarn . / presage| augur| bode| abode| forebode| foretoken| betoken|prefigure| preshow| portend| foreshow| foreshadow| shadow forth|typify| pretypify| ominate| signify| point to . / usher in| herald| premise| announce| lower . / hold out expectation| raise expectation| excite expectation|excite hope| bid fair| promise| lead one to expect| be the precursor [predict by mathematical or statistical means from pastexperience] extrapolate| project . / predicting predictive| prophetic| fatidic| fatidical|vaticinal| oracular| fatiloquent| haruspical| Sibylline| weatherwise . / ominous| portentous| augurous| augurial| augural| auspicial|auspicious| prescious| monitory| extispicious| premonitory|significant of| pregnant with| bit with the fate of . / coming events cast their shadows before [Campbell]| dicamus bonaverba [Lat-]| there buds the promise of celestial worth [Young] . / [Divination: list] by oracles| Theomancy| by the Bible|Bibliomancy| by ghosts| Psychomancy| by crystal gazing|Crystallomancy| by shadows or manes| Sciomancy| by appearances in theair| Aeromancy| Chaomancy| by the stars at birth| Genethliacs| bymeteors| Meteoromancy| by winds| Austromancy| by sacrificialappearances| Aruspicy| Haruspicy| Hieromancy| Hieroscopy| by theentrails of animals sacrificed| Extispicy| Hieromancy| by the entrailsof a human sacrifice| Anthropomancy| by the entrails of fishes|Ichthyomancy| by sacrificial fire| Pyromancy| by red-hot iron|Sideromancy| by smoke from the altar| Capnomancy| by mice| Myomancy|by birds| Orniscopy| Ornithomancy| by a cock picking up grains|Alectryomancy| Alectromancy| by fishes| Ophiomancy| by herbs|Botanomancy| by water| Hydromancy| by fountains| Pegomancy| by a wand|Rhabdomancy| by dough of cakes| Crithomancy| by meal| Aleuromancy|Alphitomancy| by salt| Halomancy| by dice| Cleromancy| by arrows|Belomancy| by a balanced hatchet| Axinomancy| by a balanced sieve|Coscinomancy| by a suspended ring| Dactyliomancy| by dots made atrandom on paper| Geomancy| by precious stones| Lithomancy| by pebbles|Pessomancy| by pebbles drawn from a heap| Psephomancy| by mirrors|Catoptromancy| by writings in ashes| Tephramancy| by dreams|Oneiromancy| by the hand| Palmistry| Chiromancy| by nails reflectingthe sun`s rays| Onychomancy| by finger rings| Dactylomancy| bynumbers| Arithmancy| by drawing lots| Sortilege| by passages in books|Stichomancy| by the letters forming the name of the person| Onomancy|Nomancy| by the features| Anthroposcopy| by the mode of laughing|Geloscopy| by ventriloquism| Gastromancy| by walking in a circle|Gyromancy| by dropping melted wax into water| Ceromancy| by currents|Bletonism| by the color and peculiarities of wine| Oenomancy . / Omen omen| portent| presage| prognostic| augury| auspice|sign (indication) | harbinger (precursor) | yule candle . / bird of ill omen| signs of the times| gathering clouds| warning prefigurement . / ill-boding . / auspicium melioris aevi [Lat-] . / Oracle oracle| prophet| prophesier| seer| soothsayer| augur|fortune teller| crystal gazer| witch| geomancer| aruspex| aruspice|haruspice| haruspex| astrologer| star gazer| Sibyl| Python| Pythoness|Pythia| Pythian oracle| Delphian oracle| Monitor| Sphinx| Tiresias|Cassandra| Sibylline leaves| Zadkiel| Old Moore| sorcerer |interpreter| . / [person who predicts by nomystical (natural) means] predictor|prognosticator| forecaster| weather forecaster| weatherman . / a prophet is without honor in his own country| you don`t need aweatherman to know which way the wind blows [Bob Dylan] . / Supposition supposition| assumption| assumed position|postulation| condition| presupposition| hypothesis| blue skyhypothesis| postulate| postulatum [Lat-]| theory| thesis| theorem|data| proposition| position| proposal (plan) | presumption (belief) | divination . / conjecture| guess| guesswork| speculation| rough guess| shot| shotin the dark [Coll]| conjecturality| surmise| suspicion| sneakingsuspicion| estimate| approximation (nearness) . / inkling| suggestion| hint| intimation| notion| impression| baresupposition| vague supposition| loose supposition| loose suggestion . / association of ideas| (analogy) . / | metonym [Gramm]| metonymy[Gramm]| simile (metaphor) . / conceit| idea| thought| original idea| invention (imagination) suppose| conjecture| surmise| suspect| guess| divine| theorize|presume| presurmise| presuppose| assume| fancy| wis| take it| give aguess| speculate| believe| dare say| take it into one`s headBusiness business| occupation| employment| pursuit |what one is doing| what one is about| affair| concern| matter| case . / matter in hand| irons in the fire| thing to do| agendum| task|work| job| chore [U . / S]| errand| commission| mission| charge| care|duty . / part| role| cue| province| function| lookout| department|capacity| sphere| orb| field| line| walk| walk of life| beat| round|routine| race| career . / office| place| post| chargeship| incumbency| living| situation|berth| employ| service (servitude) | engagement| undertaking vocation| calling| profession| cloth| faculty| industry| art|industrial arts| craft| mystery| handicraft| trade (commerce) . / exercise| work (action) | avocation| press of business (activity) . / pass one`s time in| employ one`s time in| spend one`s time in|employ oneself in| employ oneself upon| occupy oneself with| concernoneself with| make it one`s business n . / | undertake | enter aprofession| betake oneself to| turn one`s hand to| have to do with (do) . / office| place| post| chargeship| incumbency| living| situation|berth| employ| service (servitude) | engagement| undertaking drive a trade| carry on a trade| do a trade| transact a trade|carry on business| do business| transact business n . / | keep a shop|ply one`s task| ply one`s trade| labor in one`s vocation| pursue theeven tenor of one`s way| attend to business| attend to one`s work . / officiate| serve| act| act one`s part| play one`s part| do duty|serve the office of| discharge the office of| perform the office of|perform the duties of| perform the functions of| hold an office| fillan office| fill a place| fill a situation| hold a portfolio| hold aplace| hold a situation . / be about| be doing| be engaged in| be employed in| be occupiedwith| be at work on| have one`s hands in| have in hand| have on one`shands| have on one`s shoulders| bear the burden| have one`s hands full (activity) . / be in the hands of| be on the stocks| be on the anvil| passthrough one`s hands . / businesslike| workaday| professional| official| functional| busy (actively employed) | on hand| in hand| in one`s hands| afoot| onfoot| on the anvil| going on| acting . / in the course of business| all in one`s day`s work| professionally . / a business with an income at its heels [Cowper]| amoto quaeramusseria ludo [Lat-] [Horace]| par negotiis neque supra [Lat-] [Tacitus] . / Plan plan| scheme| design| project| proposal| proposition|suggestion| resolution| motion| precaution (provision) | deep-laid plan (premeditated) | system (order) | organization (arrangement) | germ (cause) . / sketch| skeleton| outline| draught| draft| ebauche [Fr-]|brouillon [Fr-]| rough cast| rough draft| draught copy| copy| proof|revise . / drawing| scheme| schematic| graphic| chart| flow chart(representation) . / forecast| program| programme| prospectus| carte du pays [Fr-]|card| bill| protocol| order of the day| list of agenda| bill of fare (food) | base of operations| platform| plank| slate [U . / S]| ticket[U . / S] . / role| policy (line of conduct) . / contrivance| invention| expedient| receipt| nostrum| artifice|device| pipelaying [U . / S]| stratagem (cunning) | trick (deception) | alternative| loophole| shift (substitute) | lastshift (necessity) . / measure| step| stroke| stroke of policy| master stroke| trumpcard| court card| cheval de bataille [Fr-]| great gun| coup| coupd`etat [Fr-]| clever stroke| bold stroke| good move| good hit| goodstroke| bright thought| bright idea . / intrigue| cabal| plot| conspiracy| complot| machination| subplot|underplot| counterplot . / schemer| schemist| schematist| strategist| machinator| projector|artist| promoter| designer conspirator| intrigant (cunning) [Obs] . / plan| scheme| design| frame| contrive| project| forecast| sketch|devise| invent (imagine) | set one`s wits to work | springa project| fall upon| hit upon| strike out| chalk out| cut out| layout| map out| lay down a plan| shape out a course| mark out a course|predetermine | concert| preconcert| preestablish| prepare |hatch| hatch a plot concoct| take steps| take measures . / cast| recast| systematize| organize| arrange | digest|mature . / plot| counter-plot| counter-mine| dig a mine| lay a train|intrigue (cunning) . / planned strategic| strategical| planning prepared|in course of preparation | under consideration| on the tapis| onthe carpet| on the floor . / Method [Path] method| way| manner| wise| gait| form| mode|fashion| tone| guise| modus operandi| MO| procedure (line ofconduct) . / path| road| route| course| line of way| line of road| trajectory|orbit| track| beat| tack . / steps| stair| staircase| flight of stairs| ladder| stile| perron . / bridge| footbridge| viaduct| pontoon| steppingstone| plank|gangway| drawbridge| pass| ford| ferry| tunnel| pipe . / door| gateway (opening) | channel| passage| avenue| means ofaccess| approach| adit| artery| lane| loan [Scot]| alley| aisle|lobby| corridor| back-door| back-stairs| secret passage| covert way|vennel . / roadway| pathway| stairway| express| thoroughfare| highway|turnpike| freeway| royal road| coach road| broad highway| King`shighway| Queen`s highway| beaten track| beaten path| horse road| bridleroad| bridle track| bridle path| walk| trottoir| footpath| pavement|flags| sidewalk| crossroad| byroad| bypath| byway| cut| short cut (mid-course) | carrefour| private road| occupation road| highwaysand byways| railroad| railway| tram road| tramway| towpath| causeway|canal (conduit) | street (abode) | speedway . / . / how| in what way| in what manner| by what mode| so| in thisway| after this fashion . / one way or another| anyhow| somehow or other (instrumentality)| by way of| via| in transitu [Lat-]| on the high road to . / hae tibi erunt artes [Lat-] . / Mid-course middle course| midcourse| mean | middle | juste milieu [Fr-]| mezzo termine [Italian]| golden mean| ariston metron[Gr]| aurea mediocritas [Lat-] . / straight (direct) | straight course| straight path| shortcut| cross cut| great circle sailing . / neutrality| half measure| half and half measures| compromise . / keep in a middle course| preserve a middle course| preserve an evencourse| go straight (direct) . / go halfway| compromise| make a compromise . / straight (direct) . / medium tenuere beati [Lat-] . / Circuit circuit| roundabout way| digression| detour|circumbendibus| ambages| loop| winding (circuition) [Obs]|zigzag (deviation) . / perform a circuit| go round about| go out of one`s way| make adetour| meander (deviate) . / lead a pretty dance| beat about the bush| make two bites of acherry . / circuitous| indirect| roundabout| zigzag (deviating) |backhanded . / by a side wind| by an indirect course| in a roundabout way| frompillar to post . / Requirement requirement| need| wants| necessities|necessaries| necessaries of life| stress| exigency| pinch| sine quanon| matter of necessity| case of need| case of life or death . / needfulness| essentiality| necessity| indispensability| urgency . / requisition (request) | (exaction) | run upon| demand|call for . / charge| claim| command| injunction| mandate| order| precept . / desideratum (desire) | want (deficiency) . / require| need| want| have occasion for| not be able to do without|not be able to dispense with| prerequire . / render necessary| necessitate| create a| necessity for| call for|put in requisition| make a requisition (ask for) | (demand) . / stand in need of| lack | desiderate| desire | benecessary required requisite| needful| necessary| imperative|essential| indispensable| prerequisite| called for| in demand| inrequest . / urgent| exigent| pressing| instant| crying| absorbing . / in want of| destitute of . / ex necessitate rei (necessarily) [Lat-]| of necessity . / there is no time to lose| it cannot be spared| it cannot bedispensed with| mendacem memorem esse oportet [Lat-] [Quintilian]|necessitas non habet legem [Lat-]| nec tecum possum trivere nec sine te[Lat-] [Martial] . / SUBSERVIENCE TO ENDS Actual Subservience Instrumentality instrumentality| aid | subservience|subserviency| mediation| intervention| medium| intermedium| vehicle|hand| agency . / minister| handmaid| midwife| accoucheur [Fr-]| accoucheuse [Fr-]|obstetrician| gobetween| cat`s-paw| stepping-stone . / opener | key| master key| passkey| latchkey| open sesame|passport| passe-partout| safe-conduct| password . / instrument | expedient (plan) | means . / subserve| minister| mediate| intervene| be instrumental |pander to| officiate| tend . / instrumental| useful | ministerial| subservient|mediatorial| intermediate| intervening| conducive . / through| by| per| whereby| thereby| hereby| by the agency of | by dint of| by virtue of| in virtue of| through the medium of n . / | along with| on the shoulders of| by means of | by the aid of|with the aid of (assistance) . / per fas et nefas [Lat-]| by fair means or foul| somehow| somehowor other| by hook or by crook . / Means means| resources| wherewithal| ways and means| capital (money) | revenue| stock in trade | provision | ashot in the locker| appliances (machinery) | means andappliances| conveniences| cards to play| expedients (measures) |two strings to one`s bow| sheet anchor (safety) | aid |medium . / find means| have means| possess means instrumental | mechanical . / by means of| with| by what means| by all means| by any means| bysome means| wherewith| herewith| therewith| wherewithal . / how (in what manner) | through (by the instrumentalityof) | with the aid of| by the aid of (assistance) | by theagency of Instrument machinery| mechanism| engineering . / instrument| organ| tool| implement| utensil| machine| engine|lathe| gin| mill| air engine| caloric engine| heat engine . / gear| tackle| tackling| rig| rigging| apparatus| appliances|plant| materiel| harness| trappings| fittings| accouterments| barde|equipment| equipmentage| appointments| furniture| upholstery| chattels|paraphernalia (belongings) . / mechanical powers| lever| leverage| mechanical advantage| crow|crowbar| handspike| gavelock| jemmy| jimmy| arm| limb| wing| oar|paddle| pulley| wheel and axle| wheelwork| clockwork| wheels withinwheels| pinion| crank| winch| cam| pedal| capstan (lift) | wheel (rotation) | inclined plane| wedge| screw| spring| mainspring|can hook| glut| heald| heddle| jenny| parbuckle| sprag| water wheel . / handle| hilt| haft| shaft| heft| shank| blade| trigger| tiller|helm| treadle| key| turnscrew| screwdriver| knocker . / hammer (impulse) | edge tool (cut) | borer |vice| teeth| (hold) | nail| rope (join) | peg (hang) |support | spoon (vehicle) | arms | oar (navigation) | cardiograph| recapper| snowplow| tenpenny|votograph . / instrumental | mechanical| machinal| brachial [Med] . / Substitute substitute | deputy | badli . / Materials material| raw material| stuff| stock| staple|adobe| brown stone| chinking| clapboard| daubing| puncheon| shake|shingle| bricks and mortar| metal| stone| clay| brick crockery |compo| composition| concrete| reinforced concrete| cement| wood| ore|timber . / materials| supplies| munition| fuel| grist| household stuffpabulum (food) | ammunition (arms) | contingents| relay|reinforcement| reenforcement| baggage (personal property) | means | calico| cambric| cashmere . / raw (unprepared) | wooden n . / | adobe . / Store stock| fund| mine| vein| lode| quarry| spring| fount|fountain| well| wellspring| milch cow . / stock in trade| supply| heap (collection) | treasure|reserve| corps de reserve| reserved fund| nest egg| savings| bonnebouche [Fr-] . / crop| harvest| mow| vintage . / store| accumulation| hoard| rick| stack| lumber| relay (provision) . / storehouse| storeroom| storecloset| depository| depot| cache|repository| reservatory| repertory| repertorium| promptuary|warehouse| entrepot [Fr-]| magazine| buttery| larder| spence| garner|granary| cannery| safe-deposit vault| stillroom| thesaurus| bank (treasury) | armory| arsenal| dock| gallery| museum| conservatory|menagery| menagerie . / reservoir| cistern| aljibar| tank| pond| mill pond| gasometer . / budget| quiver| bandolier| portfolio| coffer (receptacle) . / conservation| storing storage . / store| put by| lay by| set by| stow away| set apart| lay apart|store treasure| hoard treasure| lay up| heap up| put up| garner up|save up| bank| cache| accumulate| amass| hoard| fund| garner| save . / reserve| keep back| hold back| husband| husband one`s resources . / deposit| stow| stack| load| harvest| heap| collect | lay instore | keep| file (papers)| lay in (provide) | preserve . / stored in store| in reserve| in ordinary| spare|supernumerary . / adde parvum parvo magnus acervus erit [Lat-] . / Provision provision| supply| grist| grist for the mill|subvention (aid) | resources (means) | groceries| grocery . / providing purveyance| reinforcement| reenforcement|commissariat . / provender (food) | ensilage| viaticum . / caterer| purveyor| commissary| quartermaster| manciple| feeder|batman| victualer| grocer| comprador [Spanish]| restaurateur| jackal|pelican| sutler (merchant) [Obs] . / grocery shop| grocery store . / provide| make provision| make due provision for| lay in| lay in astock| lay in a store . / supply| suppeditate| furnish| find| find one in| arm . / cater| victual| provision| purvey| forage| beat up for| stock|stock with| make good| replenish| fill| fill up| recruit| feed . / have in store| have in reserve| keep| keep by one| keep on foot|keep on hand| have to fall back upon| store | provide against arainy day (economy) . / Waste consumption| expenditure| exhaustion| dispersion | ebb| leakage (exudation) | loss | wear and tear| waste|prodigality | misuse | wasting rubbish (useless) mountain in labor . / spend| expend| use| consume| swallow up| exhaust| impoverish| spill|drain| empty| disperse . / cast away| fool away| muddle away| throw away| fling away| fritteraway| burn the candle at both ends| waste| squander . / waste its sweetness on the desert air [Gray]| cast one`s breadupon the waters| cast pearls before swine| employ a steam engine tocrack a nut| waste powder and shot| break a butterfly on a wheel| laborin vain (useless) | cut blocks with a razor| pour water into asieve . / leak (run out) | run to waste| ebb| melt away| run dry| dryup . / wasted at a low ebb . / wasteful (prodigal) | penny wise and pound foolish . / magno conatu magnas nugas [Lat-]| le jeu ne vaut pas la chandelle[Fr-]| idly busy rolls their world away [Goldsmith] . / Sufficiency sufficiency| adequacy| enough| withal|satisfaction| competence| no less| quantum sufficit [Lat-]| Q . / S . / mediocrity (average) . / fill| fullness (completeness) | plenitude| plenty| abundance|copiousness | amplitude| galore| lots| profusion| full measure|good measure pressed down and running| over . / luxuriance (fertility) | affluence (wealth) | fat ofthe land| a land flowing with milk and honey| cornucopia| horn ofplenty| horn of Amalthaea| mine (stock) . / outpouring| flood (great quantity) | tide (river) |repletion (redundancy) | satiety . / be sufficient | suffice| do| just do| satisfy| pass muster|have enough n . / | eat . / one`s fill| drink one`s fill| have one`s fill| roll in| swim in|wallow in (superabundance) | wanton . / abound| exuberate| teem| flow| stream| rain| shower down| pour|pour in| swarm| bristle with| superabound . / render sufficient | replenish (fill) . / sufficient| enough| adequate| up to the mark| commensurate|competent| satisfactory| valid| tangible . / measured| moderate (temperate) . / full| (complete) | ample| plenty| plentiful| plenteous|plenty as blackberries| copious| abundant| abounding replete|enough and to spare| flush| choke-full| chock-full| well-stocked| well-provided| liberal| unstinted| unstinting| stintless| without stint|unsparing| unmeasured| lavish | wholesale . / rich| luxuriant (fertile) | affluent (wealthy) |wantless| big with (pregnant) . / unexhausted| unwasted| exhaustless| inexhaustible . / sufficiently| amply | full| in abundance with nosparing hand| to one`s heart`s content| ad libitum| without stint . / cut and come again [Crabbe]| das Beste ist gut genug [Germ-] . / Insufficiency insufficiency| inadequacy| inadequateness|incompetence (impotence) | deficiency (incompleteness) |imperfection | shortcoming | paucity| stint| scantiness (smallness) | none to spare| bare subsistence . / scarcity| dearth| want| need| lack| poverty| exigency| inanition|starvation| famine| drought . / dole| mite| pittance| short allowance| short commons| halfrations| banyan day . / emptiness| poorness | depletion| vacancy| flaccidity| ebbtide| low water| a beggarly account of empty boxes [Romeo and Juliet]|indigence | insolvency (nonpayment) . / be insufficient | not suffice | come short of |run dry . / want| lack| need| require| caret| be in want (poor) | livefrom hand to mouth . / render insufficient | drain of resources| impoverish (waste) | stint (begrudge) | put on short allowance . / do insufficiently | scotch the snake . / insufficient| inadequate| too little | not enough |unequal to| incompetent (impotent) | weighed in the balance andfound wanting| perfunctory (neglect) | deficient (incomplete)| wanting| imperfect | ill-furnished| ill-provided| ill-stored| ill-off . / slack| at a low ebb| empty| vacant| bare| short of| out of|destitute of| devoid of| bereft of | denuded of| dry| drained . / unprovided| unsupplied| unfurnished| unreplenished| unfed|unstored| untreasured| empty-handed . / meager| poor| thin| scrimp| sparing| spare| stinted| starved|starving| halfstarved| famine-stricken| famished| jejune . / scant (small) | scarce| not to be had| not to be had for loveor money| not to be had at any price| scurvy| stingy | at the endof one`s tether| without resources | in want (poor) | indebt . / insufficiently | in default of| for want of| failing . / semper avarus eget [Lat-] [Horace] . / Redundancy redundancy| redundance| too much| too many|superabundance| superfluity| superfluence| saturation| nimiety|transcendency| exuberance| profuseness| profusion (plenty) |repletion| enough in all conscience| satis superque [Lat-]| lion`sshare| more than enough | plethora| engorgement| congestion|load| surfeit| sickener| turgescence (expansion) [Obs]|overdose| overmeasure| oversupply| overflow| inundation (water) |avalanche . / accumulation (store) | heap | drug| drug in the market|glut| crowd| burden . / excess| surplus| overplus| epact| margin| remainder |duplicate| surplusage| expletive| work of supererogation| bonus|bonanza . / luxury| intemperance | extravagance (prodigality) |exorbitance| lavishment . / pleonasm (diffuseness) | too many irons in the fire|embarras de richesses [Fr-] . / superabound| overabound| know no bounds| swarm| meet one at everyturn| creep with| crawl with| bristle with| overflow| run over| flowover| well over| brim over| run riot| overrun| overstock| overlay|overcharge| overdose| overfeed| overburden| overload| overdo|overwhelm| overshoot the mark (go beyond) | surcharge|supersaturate| gorge| glut| load| drench| whelm| inundate| deluge|flood| drug| drug the market| hepatize . / choke| cloy| accloy| suffocate| pile up| lay on thick| impregnatewith| lavish (squander) . / send coals to Newcastle| carry coals to Newcastle| carry owls toAthens| teach one`s grandmother to suck eggs| pisces natare docere[Lat-]| kill the slain| gild refined gold| gild the lily| butter one`sbread on both sides| put butter upon bacon| employ a steam engine tocrack a nut (waste) . / exaggerate | wallow in roll in (plenty) | remain onone`s hands| hang heavy on hand| go a begging . / redundant| too much| too many| exuberant| inordinate|superabundant| excessive| overmuch| replete| profuse| lavish| prodigal | exorbitant| overweening| extravagant| overcharged supersaturated| drenched| overflowing| running over| running to waste|running down . / crammed to overflowing| filled to overflowing| gorged| ready toburst| dropsical| turgid| plethoric| obese . / superfluous| unnecessary| needless| supervacaneous| uncalled for|to spare| in excess| over and above (remainder) | de trop [Fr-]|adscititious (additional) | supernumerary (reserve) | onone`s hands| spare| duplicate| supererogatory| expletive| un peu fort[Fr-] . / over| too| over and above| overmuch| too much| too far| withoutmeasure| beyond measure| out of measure| with a to spare| over head andears| up to one`s eyes| up to one`s ears| extra| beyond the mark (transcursion) | acervatim [Lat-] . / it never rains but it pours| fortuna multis dat nimium nulli satis[Lat-] . / Degree of Subservience Importance importance| consequence| moment| prominence|consideration| mark| materialness . / import| significance| concern| emphasis| interest . / greatness | superiority | notability (repute) |weight (influence) | value (goodness) | usefulness . / gravity| seriousness| solemnity| no joke| no laughing matter|pressure| urgency| stress| matter of life and death . / memorabilia| notabilia| great doings| red-letter day . / great thing| great point| main chance| the be all and the end all[Macbeth]| cardinal point| substance| gist (essence) | sum andsubstance| gravamen| head and front| important part| principal part|prominent part| essential part| half the battle| sine qua non| breathof one`s nostrils (life) | cream| salt| core| kernel| heart|nucleus| keynote| keystone| corner stone| trump card (device) |salient points . / top sawyer| first fiddle| prima donna [Spanish]| chief| triton amongthe minnows| `it` [U . / S] . / be important | be somebody| be something| import| signify|matter| boot| be an object| carry weight (influence) | make afigure (repute) | be in the ascendant| come to the front| leadthe way| take the lead| play first fiddle| throw all else into theshade| lie at the root of| deserve notice| merit notice| be worthy ofnotice| be worthy of regard| be worthy of consideration . / attach importance to| ascribe importance to| give importance to n . / | value| care for| set store upon| set store by| mark | markwith a white stone| underline| write in italics| put in italics| printin italics| print in capitals| print in large letters| put in largetype| put in letters . / of gold| accentuate| emphasize| lay stress on . / make a fuss about| make a fuss over| make a stir about| make apiece of work about [Fr-]| make much ado about| make much ado of| makemuch of . / important| of importance n . / | momentous| material| to the point|not to be overlooked| not to be despised| not to be sneezed at|egregious| weighty (influential) | of note (repute) |notable| prominent| salient| signal| memorable| remarkable|unforgettable| worthy of remark| worthy of notice| never to beforgotten| stirring| eventful . / grave| serious| earnest| noble| grand| solemn| impressive|commanding| imposing . / urgent| pressing| critical| instant . / paramount| essential| vital| all-absorbing| radical| cardinal|chief| main| prime| primary| principal| leading| capital| foremost|overruling| of vital importance in the front rank| first-rate|superior | considerable (great) | marked rare . / significant| telling| trenchant| emphatic| pregnant| tanti [Lat-] . / materially | in the main| above all| kat` exochin [Gr]|par excellence| to crown all| to beat all . / expende Hannibalem! [Lat-] [Juvenal] . / Unimportance unimportance| insignificance| nothingness|immateriality . / triviality| levity| frivolity| paltriness | poverty|smallness | vanity (uselessness) | matter of indifference | no object . / nothing| nothing to signify| nothing worth speaking of| nothingparticular| nothing to boast of| nothing to speak of| small matter| nogreat matter| trifling matter | mere joke| mere nothing| hardlyanything| scarcely anything| nonentity| small beer| cipher| no greatshakes| peu de chose [Fr-]| child`s play| kinderspiel . / toy| plaything| popgun| paper pellet| gimcrack| gewgaw| bauble|trinket| bagatelle| Rickshaw| knickknack| whim-wham| trifle| trifleslight as air| yankee notions [U . / S] . / trumpery| trash| rubbish| stuff| fatras| frippery| leather orprunello| chaff| drug| froth bubble smoke| cobweb| weed| refuse (inutility) | scum (dirt) . / joke| jest| snap of the fingers| fudge (unmeaning) |fiddlestick| fiddlestick end| pack of nonsense| mere farce . / straw| pin| fig| button| rush| bulrush| feather| halfpenny|farthing| brass farthing| doit| peppercorn| jot| rap| pinch of snuff|old son| cent| mill| picayune| pistareen| red cent [U . / S] . / minutiae| details| minor details| small fry| dust in the balance|feather in the scale| drop in the ocean| flea-bite| molehill . / nine days` wonder| ridiculus mus [Lat-]| flash in the pan (impotence) | much ado about nothing (overestimation) . / be unimportant | not matter | go for nothing| matternothing| signify nothing| matter little| matter little or nothing| notmatter a straw make light of (underestimate) | catch atstraws (overestimate) . / unimportant| of little account| of small account| of no account|of little importance| of no importance | immaterial| unessential|nonessential| indifferent . / subordinate (inferior) | mediocre (average) | passable|fair| respectable| tolerable| commonplace| uneventful| mere| common|ordinary (habitual) | inconsiderable| so-so| insignificant|inappreciable . / trifling| trivial| slight| slender| light| flimsy| frothy| idle|puerile (foolish) | airy| shallow| weak | powerless |frivolous| petty| niggling| piddling| peddling| fribble| inane|ridiculous| farcical| finical| finikin| fiddle-faddle| fingle-fangle|namby-pamby| wishy-washy| milk and water . / poor| paltry| pitiful| contemptible (contempt) | sorry|mean| meager| shabby| miserable| wretched| vile| scrubby| scrannel|weedy| niggardly| scurvy| putid| beggarly| worthless|twopennyhalfpenny| cheap| trashy| catchpenny| gimcrack| trumpery| one-horse [U . / S] . / not worth the pains| not worth while| not worth mentioning| notworth speaking of| not worth a thought| not worth a curse| not worth astraw n . / | beneath notice| unworthy of notice| beneath regard|unworthy of regard| beneath consideration| unworthy of consideration|de lana caprina [Italian]| vain (useless) . / slightly | rather| somewhat| pretty well| tolerably . / for aught one cares . / Int . / no matter!| pish!| tush!| tut!| pshaw!| pugh!| pooh| pooh-pooh!|fudge!| bosh!| humbug!| fiddlestick| fiddlestick end!| fiddlededee!|never mind!| n`importe! [Fr-]| what signifies it| what boots it| whatof it| what of that| what matter| what`s the odds| a fig for`| stuff!|nonsense!| stuff and nonsense| magno conatu magnas nugas [Lat-]| le jeu ne vaut pas la chandelle[Fr-]| it matters not| it does not signify| it is of no consequence| itis of no importance| elephantus non capit murem [Lat-]| tempete dans unverre d`eau [Fr-] . / Utility utility| usefulness | efficacy| efficiency|adequacy| service| use| stead| avail| help (aid) | applicability | subservience (instrumentality) | function (business)| value| worth (goodness) | money`s worth| productiveness | cui bono (intention) [Lat-]| utilization (use) | stepin the right direction . / common weal| commonwealth public good| public interest|utilitarianism (philanthropy) . / be useful | avail| serve| subserve (be instrumental to)| conduce (tend) | answer| serve one`s turn| answer a purpose|serve a purpose . / act a part (action) | perform a function| discharge afunction | render a service| render good service| render yeoman`sservice| bestead| stand one in good stead be the making of| help bear fruit (produce) | bring grist to the mill| profit|remunerate| benefit (do good) . / find one`s account in| find one`s advantage in| reap the benefitof (be better for) . / render useful (use) . / useful| of use n . / | serviceable| proficuous| good for|subservient (instrumental) | conducive (tending) |subsidiary (helping) . / advantageous (beneficial) | profitable| gainful|remunerative| worth one`s salt| valuable| prolific (productive) . / adequate| efficient| efficacious| effective| effectual| expedient . / applicable| available| ready| handy| at hand| tangible|commodious| adaptable| of all work . / usefully | pro bono publico [Lat-] . / Inutility inutility| uselessness | inefficacy|futility| ineptitude| inaptitude| unsubservience| inadequacy (insufficiency) | inefficiency| (incompetence) |unskillfulness | disservice| unfruitfulness (unproductiveness) | labor in vain| labor lost| labor of Sisyphus|lost trouble| lost labor| work of Penelope| sleeveless errand| wildgoose chase| mere farce . / tautology (repetition) | supererogation (redundancy) . / vanitas vanitatum [Lat-]| vanity| inanity| worthlessness|nugacity| triviality (unimportance) . / caput mortuum [Lat-]| waste paper| dead letter| blunt tool . / litter| rubbish| junk| lumber| odds and ends| cast-off clothes|button top| shoddy| rags| orts| trash| refuse| sweepings| scourings|offscourings| waste| rubble| debris| detritus| stubble| leavings|broken meat| dregs (dirt) | weeds| tares| rubbish heap| dusthole| rudera| deads . / fruges consumere natus [Lat-] [Horace] . / (drone) be useless | go a begging (redundant) | fail . / seek after impossibilities| strive after impossibilities| use vainefforts| labor in vain| roll the stone of Sisyphus| beat the air| lashthe waves| battre l`eau avec un baton [Fr-]| donner un coup d`epee dansl`eau [Fr-]| fish in the air| milk the ram| drop a bucket into an emptywell| sow the sand| bay the moon| preach to the winds| speak to thewinds| whistle jigs to a milestone| kick against the pricks| se battrecontre des moulins [Fr-]| lock the stable door when the steed isstolen| lock the barn door after the horse is stolen (too late) |hold a farthing candle to the sun| cast pearls before swine (waste)| carry coals to Newcastle (redundancy) | wash a blackamoorwhite (impossible) . / render useless | dismantle| dismast| dismount| disqualify|disable| unrig| cripple| lame (injure) | spike guns| clip thewings| put out of gear . / useless| inutile| inefficacious| futile| unavailing| bootless|inoperative | inadequate (insufficient) | inservient|unsubservient| inept| inefficient (impotent) | of no avail (use) | ineffectual (failure) | incompetent (unskillful)| stale| flat and unprofitable| superfluous (redundant) |dispensable| thrown away (wasted) | abortive (immature) . / worthless| valueless| priceless| unsalable| not worth a straw (trifling) | dear at any price . / vain| empty| inane| gainless| profitless| fruitless|unserviceable| unprofitable| ill-spent| unproductive | hors decombat [Fr-]| effete| past work (impaired) | obsolete (old)| fit for the dust hole| good for nothing| of no earthly use| notworth having| not worth powder and shot| leading to no end| uncalledfor| unnecessary| unneeded . / uselessly | to little purpose| to no purpose| to little orno purpose . / Int . / cui bono? [Lat-]| what`s the good!| actum ne agas [Lat-]| chercher une aiguille dans une botte de foin[Fr-]| tanto buon che val niente [Italian] . / [Specific subservience] Expedience expedience| expediency|desirableness| desirability | fitness (agreement) | utility | propriety| opportunism| advantage . / high time (occasion) . / be expedient | suit (agree) | befit| suit the time|befit the time| suit the season| befit the season| suit the occasion|befit the occasion . / conform . / expedient| desirable| advisable| acceptable| convenient| worthwhile| meet| fit| fitting| due| proper| eligible| seemly| becoming|befitting opportune (in season) | in loco| suitable (accordant) | applicable (useful) . / in the right place| conveniently . / operae pretium est [Lat-] . / Inexpedience inexpedience| inexpediency| undesirableness|undesirability | discommodity| impropriety| unfitness (disagreement) | inutility | disadvantage . / be inexpedient | come amiss (disagree) | embarrass (hinder) | put to inconvenience| pay too dear for one`s whistle . / inexpedient| undesirable| unadvisable| inadvisable| objectionable|inapt| ineligible| inadmissible| inconvenient| incommodious|discommodious| disadvantageous| inappropriate| unfit (inconsonant) ill-contrived| ill-advised| unsatisfactory| unprofitable |unsubservient (useless) | inopportune (unseasonable) | outof place| in the wrong place| improper| unseemly . / clumsy| awkward| cumbrous| cumbersome| lumbering| unwieldy| hulky|unmanageable (impracticable) | impedient (in the way) [Obs] . / unnecessary (redundant) . / it will never do . / [Capability of producing good . / Good qualities] Goodness goodness | excellence| merit| virtue | value| worth|price . / super-excellence| supereminence| superiority | perfection | coup de maitre [Fr-]| masterpiece| chef d`ouvre [Fr-]| prime|flower| cream| elite| pick| A | nonesuch| nonpareil| creme de lacreme| flower of the flock| cock of the roost| salt of the earth|champion| prodigy . / tidbit| gem| gem of the first water| bijou| precious stone| jewel|pearl| diamond| ruby| brilliant| treasure| good thing| rara avis[Lat-]| one in a thousand . / beneficence | good man . / be beneficial | produce good| do good | profit (beof use) | benefit| confer a benefit . / be the making of| do a world of good| make a man of . / produce a good effect| do a good turn| confer an obligation|improve . / do no harm| break no bones . / be good | excel| transcend (be superior) | bear awaythe bell . / stand the proof| stand the test| pass muster| pass an examination . / challenge comparison| vie| emulate| rival . / harmless| hurtless| unobnoxious| innocuous| innocent|inoffensive . / beneficial| valuable| of value| serviceable (useful) |advantageous| edifying| profitable| salutary (healthful) . / favorable| propitious (hope-giving) | fair . / good| good as gold| excellent| better| superior | above par|nice| fine| genuine (true) . / best| choice| select| picked| elect| recherche| rare| priceless|unparagoned| unparalleled (supreme) | superlatively | good|bully [Slang]| crackajack [Slang]| giltedged| superfine|superexcellent| of the first water| first-rate| first-class| high-wrought| exquisite| very best| crack| prime| tiptop| capital| cardinal|standard (perfect) | inimitable . / admirable| estimable| praiseworthy (approve) | pleasing | couleur de rose [Fr-]| precious| of great price| costly (dear)| worth its weight in gold| worth a Jew`s eye| priceless|invaluable| inestimable| precious as the apple of the eye . / tolerable (not very good) | up to the mark| unexceptionable|unobjectionable| satisfactory| tidy . / in good condition| in fair condition| fresh| sound (perfect) beneficially | well . / Jewels five words long [Tennyson]| long may such goodness live![Rogers]| the luxury of doing good [Goldsmith] . / [Capability of producing evil . / Bad qualities] Badness hurtfulness | virulence . / evil doer | bane | plague spot (insalubrity) |evil star| ill wind| hoodoo| Jonah| snake in the grass| skeleton in thecloset| amari aliquid [Lat-]| thorn in the side . / malignity| malevolence | tender mercies [Iron] . / ill-treatment| annoyance| molestation| abuse| oppression|persecution| outrage| misusage | injury (damage) | knockoutdrops [U . / S] . / badness | peccancy| abomination| painfulness |pestilence (disease) | guilt | depravity . / be hurtful | cause evil| produce evil| inflict evil| workevil| do evil | damnify| endamage| hurt| harm| injure (damage) | pain . / wrong| aggrieve| oppress| persecute| trample upon| tread upon|bear hard upon| put upon| overburden| weigh down| weigh heavy on|victimize| run down| molest . / maltreat| abuse| ill-use| ill-treat| buffet| bruise| scratch|maul| smite (scourge) | do violence| do harm| do a mischief|stab| pierce| outrage . / do mischief| make mischief| bring into trouble . / destroy . / hurtful| harmful| scathful| baneful| baleful| injurious|deleterious| detrimental| noxious| pernicious| mischievous| full ofmischief| mischief-making| malefic| malignant| nocuous| noisome|prejudicial| disserviceable| disadvantageous| wide-wasting . / unlucky| sinister| obnoxious| untoward| disastrous . / oppressive| burdensome| onerous| malign (malevolent) . / corrupting (corrupt) | virulent| venomous| envenomed|corrosive| poisonous (morbific) [Obs]| deadly (killing) |destructive (destroying) | inauspicious . / bad| ill| arrant| as bad as bad can be| dreadful| horrid|horrible| dire| rank| peccant| foul| fulsome| rotten| rotten at thecore . / vile| base| villainous| mean (paltry) | injured |deteriorated | unsatisfactory| exceptionable indifferent| belowpar (imperfect) | illcontrived| ill-conditioned| wretched| sad|grievous| deplorable| lamentable| pitiful| pitiable| woeful (painful) . / evil| wrong| depraved | shocking| reprehensible (disapprove) . / hateful| hateful as a toad| abominable| detestable| execrable|cursed| accursed| confounded| damned| damnable| infernal| diabolic (malevolent) . / unadvisable (inexpedient) | unprofitable (useless) |incompetent (unskillful) | irremediable (hopeless) . / badly | wrong| ill| to one`s cost| where the shoe pinches . / bad is the best: the worst come to the worst| herba mala prestocresco [Lat-]| wrongs unredressed or insults unavenged [Wordsworth] . / Perfection perfection| perfectness | indefectibility|impeccancy| impeccability . / pink| beau ideal| phenix| paragon| pink of perfection| acme ofperfection| ne plus ultra [Lat-]| summit . / cygne noir [Fr-]| philosopher`s stone| chrysolite| Koh-i-noor . / model| standard| pattern| mirror| admirable Crichton| trump| veryprince of . / masterpiece| superexcellence (goodness) [Obs]|transcendence (superiority) . / be perfect | transcend (be supreme) . / bring to perfection| perfect| ripen| mature| complete | putin trim (prepare) | maturate . / perfect| faultless| indefective| indeficient| indefectible|immaculate| spotless| impeccable| free from imperfection |unblemished| uninjured | sound| sound as a roach| in perfectcondition| scathless| intact| harmless| seaworthy (safe) | rightas a trivet| in seipso totus teres atque rotundus [Lat-] [Horace]|consummate (complete) | finished . / best (good) | model| standard| inimitable| unparagoned|unparalleled (supreme) | superhuman| divine| beyond all praise (approbation) | sans peur et sans reproche [Fr-] . / to perfection| perfectly | ad unguem [Lat-]| clean| cleanas a whistle . / let us go on unto perfection [Hebrews vi| ]| the perfection ofart is to conceal art [Quintilian] . / Imperfection imperfection| imperfectness |deficiency| inadequacy (insufficiency) | peccancy (badness) [Obs]| immaturity . / fault| defect| weak point| screw loose| flaw (break) | gap | twist | taint| attainder| bar sinister| hole in one`s coat|blemish | weakness | half blood| shortcoming |drawback| seamy side . / mediocrity| no great shakes| no great catch| not much to boast of|one-horse shay . / be imperfect | have a defect n . / | lie under a disadvantage|spring a leak . / not pass muster| barely pass muster| fall short . / imperfect| not perfect | deficient| defective| faulty|unsound| tainted| out of order| out of tune| cracked| leaky| sprung|warped (distort) | lame| injured (deteriorated) | peccant (bad) | frail (weak) | inadequate (insufficient) |crude (unprepared) | incomplete | found wanting| below par|short-handed| below its full strength| under its full strength| belowits full complement . / indifferent| middling| ordinary| mediocre| average | so-so|coucicouci| milk and water| tolerable| fair| passable| pretty well|pretty good| rather good| moderately good| good| good enough| wellenough| adequate| decent| not bad| not amiss| inobjectionable|unobjectionable| admissible| bearable| only better than nothing . / secondary| inferior| second-rate| second-best| one-horse [U . / S] . / almost | to a limited extent| rather | pretty| moderately|passing| only| considering| all things considered| enough . / surgit amari aliquid [Lat-] . / Cleanness cleanness| cleanliness | purity| cleaning purification| defecation purgation| lustration|detersion| abstersion| epuration| mundation| ablution| lavation|colature| disinfection drainage| sewerage . / lavatory| laundry| washhouse| washerwoman| laundress| dhobi|laundryman| washerman| scavenger| dustman| sweep| white wings brush[U . / S]| broom| besom| mop| rake| shovel| sieve| riddle| screen| filter|blotter . / napkin| cloth| maukin| malkin| handkerchief| towel| sudary|doyley| doily| duster| sponge| mop| swab . / cover| drugget . / wash| lotion| detergent| cathartic| purgative| purifier disinfectant| aperient| benzene| benzine benzol| benolin| bleachingpowder| chloride of lime| dentifrice| deobstruent| laxative . / be clean| render clean | clean| cleanse| mundify| rinse|wring| flush| full| wipe| mop| sponge| scour| swab| scrub| brush up . / wash| lave| launder| buck| absterge| deterge| decrassify| clear|purify| depurate| despumate| defecate| purge| expurgate| elutriate[Chem]| lixiviate| edulcorate| clarify| refine| rack| filter|filtrate| drain| strain . / disinfect| fumigate| ventilate| deodorize| whitewash| castrate|emasculate . / sift| winnow| pick| weed| comb| rake| brush| sweep . / rout out| clear out| sweep out | make a clean sweep of . / clean| cleanly| pure| immaculate| spotless| stainless| taintless|trig| without a stain| unstained| unspotted| unsoiled| unsullied|untainted| uninfected| sweet| sweet as a nut . / neat| spruce| tidy| trim| gimp| clean as a new penny| like a catin pattens| cleaned kempt . / abstergent| cathartic| cleansing| purifying . / neatly | clean as a whistle . / Uncleanness uncleanness | impurity| immundity|immundicity| impurity [of mind] . / defilement| contamination defoedation| soilure| soiliness| abomination| leaven| taint|tainture| fetor [Obs] . / decay| putrescence| putrefaction| corruption| mold| must| mildew|dry rot| mucor| rubigo . / slovenry| slovenliness | squalor . / dowdy| drab| slut| malkin| slattern| sloven| slammerkin|slammock| slummock| scrub| draggle-tail| mudlark| dust-man| sweep|beast . / dirt| filth| soil| slop| dust| cobweb| flue| smoke| soot| smudge|smut| grit| grime| raff| sossle| sozzle . / sordes| dregs| grounds| lees| argol| sediment| settlementheeltap| dross| drossiness| mother| precipitate| scoriae| ashes|cinders . / recrement| slag| scum| froth . / hogwash| ditchwater| dishwater| bilgewater| rinsings|cheeseparings| sweepings (useless refuse) | offscourings|outscourings| off scum| caput mortuum [Lat-]| residuum| sprue| fecula[Lat-]| clinker| draff| scurf| scurfiness| exuviae [Lat-]| morphea|fur| furfur| dandruff| tartar . / riffraff| vermin| louse| flea| bug| chinch . / mud| mire| quagmire| alluvium| silt| sludge| slime| slush| slosh|sposh [U . / S] . / spawn| offal| gurry [U . / S]| lientery| garbage| carrion| excreta | slough| peccant humor| pus| matter| suppuration| lienteria|faeces| feces| excrement| ordure| dung| crap [Vulg]| shit [Vulg]|sewage| sewerage| muck| coprolite| guano| manure| compost . / dunghill| colluvies| mixen| midden| bog| laystall| sink| privy|jakes| toilet| john| head| cess| cesspool| sump| sough| cloaca|latrines| drain| sewer| common sewer| Cloacina| dust hole . / sty| pigsty| lair| den| Augean stable| sink of corruption| slum|rookery . / be unclean| become unclean | rot| putrefy| ferment| fester|rankle| reek| stink | mold| molder| go bad . / renderunclean | dirt| dirty| daub| blot| blur| smudge| smutch| soil|smoke| tarnish| slaver| spot| smear| smirch| begrease| dabble|drabble| draggle| daggle| spatter| slubber| besmear | bemire|beslime| begrime| befoul| splash| stain| distain| maculate| sully|pollute| defile| debase| contaminate| taint| leaven| corrupt (injure) | cover with dust n . / | drabble in the mud| roil . / wallow in the mire| slobber| slabber . / dirty| filthy| grimy| unclean| impure| soiled not to behandled with kid gloves| dusty| snuffy| smutty| sooty| smoky| thick|turbid| dreggy| slimy| mussy [U . / S] . / slovenly| untidy| messy| uncleanly . / [of people] unkempt| sluttish| dowdy| draggle-tailed| uncombed . / unscoured| unswept| unwiped| unwashed| unstrained| unpurified|squalid| lutose| slammocky| slummocky| sozzly . / nasty| coarse| foul| offensive| abominable| beastly| reeky|reechy| fetid . / [of rotting living matter] decayed| moldy| musty| mildewed| rusty|moth-eaten| mucid| rancid| weak| bad| gone bad| etercoral|lentiginous| touched| fusty| effete| reasty| rotten| corrupt| tainted|high| flyblown| maggoty| putrid| putrefactive| putrescent| putrefied|saprogenic| saprogenous| purulent| carious| peccant| fecal| feculent|stercoraceous| excrementitious| scurfy| scurvy| impetiginous| gory|bloody| rotting rotten as a pear| rotten as cheese . / crapulous (intemperate) [Obs]| gross (impure in mind)| fimetarious| fimicolous . / they that touch pitch will be defiled [Much Ado About Nothing] . / Health health| sanity| soundness | vigor| goodhealth| perfect health| excellent health| rude health| robust health|bloom . / mens sana in corpore sano [Lat-]| Hygeia| incorruption|incorruptibility| good state of health| clean bill of health| eupepsia|euphoria| euphory| St . / Anthony`s fire . / be in health . / bloom| flourish . / keep body and soul together| keep on one`s legs| enjoy goodhealth| enjoy a good state of health| have a clean bill of health . / return to health| recover | get better (improve) |take a new lease of life| fresh lease of life| recruit| restore tohealth| cure (restore) | tinker . / healthy| healthful| in health n . / | well| sound| hearty| hale|fresh| green| whole| florid| flush| hardy| stanch| staunch| brave|robust| vigorous| weatherproof . / unscathed| uninjured| unmaimed| unmarred| untainted| sound of windand limb| safe and sound . / on one`s legs| sound as a roach| sound as a bell| fresh as adaisy| fresh as a rose| fresh as April| hearty as a buck| in finefeather| in high feather| in good case| in full bloom| pretty bobbish|tolerably well| as well as can be expected . / sanitary (health-giving) | sanatory (remedial) [Obs] . / health that snuffs the morning air [Grainger]| non est vivere sedvalere vita [Lat-] [Martial] . / Disease disease| illness| sickness | ailing | allthe ills that flesh is heir to [Hamlet]| morbidity| morbosity|infirmity| ailment| indisposition| complaint| disorder| malady|distemper| distemperature . / visitation| attack| seizure| stroke| fit . / delicacy| loss of health| invalidation| cachexy| cachexia [Med]|atrophy| marasmus| indigestion| dyspepsia| decay (deterioration)| decline| consumption| palsy| paralysis| prostration . / taint| pollution| infection| sepsis| septicity| infestation|epidemic| pandemic| endemic| epizootic| murrain| plague| pestilence|pox . / sore| ulcer| abscess| fester| boil| pimple| wen (swelling) |carbuncle| gathering| imposthume| peccant humor| issue| rot| canker|cold sore| fever sore| cancer| carcinoma| leukemia| neoplastic disease|malignancy| tumor| caries| mortification| corruption| gangrene|sphacelus| sphacelation| leprosy| eruption| rash| breaking out . / fever| temperature| calenture| inflammation . / ague| angina pectoris [Lat-]| appendicitis| Asiatic cholera|spasmodic cholera| biliary calculus| kidney stone| black death| bubonicplague| pneumonic plague| blennorrhagia| blennorrhoea| bloodpoisoning| bloodstroke| bloody flux| brash| breakbone fever| denguefever| malarial fever| Q-fever| heart attack| cardiac arrest|cardiomyopathy [Med]| hardening of the arteries| arteriosclerosis|atherosclerosis| bronchocele [Med]| canker rash| cardialgia [Med]|carditis [Med]| endocarditis [Med]| cholera| asphyxia| chlorosis|chorea| cynanche| dartre [Fr-]| enanthem| enanthema| erysipelas|exanthem| exanthema| gallstone| goiter| gonorrhea| green sickness|grip| grippe| influenza| flu| hay fever| heartburn| heaves| rupture|hernia| hemorrhoids| piles| herpes| itch| king`s evil| lockjaw|measles| mumps| polio| necrosis| pertussis| phthisis| pneumonia|psora| pyaemia| pyrosis [Med]| quinsy| rachitis| ringworm| rubeola|St . / Vitus`s dance| scabies| scarlatina| scarlet fever| scrofula|seasickness| struma| syntexis| tetanus| tetter| tonsillitis|tonsilitis| tracheocele [Med]| trachoma| trismus [Med]| varicella[Med]| varicosis [Med]| variola [Med]| water qualm| whooping cough|yellow fever| yellow jack . / fatal disease (hopeless) | dangerous illness| gallopingconsumption| churchyard cough| general breaking up| break up of thesystem . / [Disease of mind] idiocy | insanity . / martyr to disease| cripple| the halt the lame and the blind|valetudinary| valetudinarian| invalid| patient| case| sickroom| sick-chamber . / [Science of disease] pathology| etiology| nosology . / [Veterinary] anthrax| bighead| blackleg| blackquarter| cattleplague| glanders| mange| scrapie| milk sickness| heartworm| felineleukemia| roundworms| quarter-evil| quarter-ill| rinderpest . / [disease-causing agents] virus| bacterium| bacteria . / [types of viruses] DNA virus| RNA virus . / [RNA viruses] rhinovirus| rhabdovirus| picornavirus . / [DNA viruses] herpesvirus| cytomegalovirus| CMV| humanimmunodefficiency virus| HI be ill | ail| suffer| labor under| be affected with| complainof| have| droop| flag| languish| halt| sicken| peak| pine| gasp . / keep one`s bed| feign sickness (falsehood) . / lay by| lay up| take a disease| catch a disease n . / | catch aninfection| break out . / diseased| ailing ill| ill of| taken ill| seized with|indisposed| unwell| sick| squeamish| poorly| seedy| affected withillness| afflicted with illness| laid up| confined| bedridden|invalided| in hospital| on the sick list| out of health| out of sorts|under the weather [U . / S]| valetudinary . / unsound| unhealthy| sickly| morbid| morbose| healthless| infirm|chlorotic [Med]| unbraced . / drooping| flagging| lame| crippled| halting . / morbid| tainted| vitiated| peccant| contaminated| poisoned| tabid|mangy| leprous| cankered| rotten| rotten to the core| rotten at thecore| withered| palsied| paralytic| dyspeptic| luetic| pneumonic|pulmonic [Med]| phthisic| rachitic| syntectic| syntectical| tabetic|varicose . / touched in the wind| brokewinded| spavined| gasping| hors decombat (useless) [Fr-] . / weakly| weakened (weak) | decrepit| decayed (deteriorated) | incurable (hopeless) | in declining health|cranky| in a bad way| in danger| prostrate| moribund (death) . / morbific [Obs]| epidemic| endemic| zymotic . / Salubrity salubrity| healthiness . / fine air| fineclimate| eudiometer . / [Preservation of health] hygiene| valetudinarian|valetudinarianism| sanitarian| sanitarium| sanitOrium . / be salubrious | agree with| assimilate . / salubrious| salutary| salutiferous| wholesome| healthy| healthful|sanitary| prophYlactic| benign| bracing| tonic| invigorating| good for|nutritious| hygeian| hygienic . / innoxious| innocuous| innocent| harmless| uninjurious|uninfectious . / sanative (remedial) | restorative (reinstate) | useful . / Insalubrity insalubrity| unhealthiness | nonnaturals|plague spot| malaria (poison) | death in the pot| contagion|toxicity . / insalubrious| unhealthy| unwholesome| noxious| noisome| morbific|morbiferous| mephitic| septic| azotic| deleterious| pestilent|pestiferous| pestilential| virulent| venomous| envenomed| poisonous|toxic| toxiferous| teratogenic| narcotic . / contagious| infectious| catching| taking| epidemic| zymotic|epizootic . / innutritious| indigestible| ungenial| uncongenial (disagreeing) deadly (killing) . / Improvement improvement| amelioration| melioration|betterment| mend| amendment| emendation| mending advancement|advance (progress) | ascent | promotion| preferment|elevation | increase | cultivation| civilization| culture|march of intellect| menticulture| race-culture| eugenics . / reform| reformation| revision| radical reform| second thoughts|correction| limoe labor [Lat-]| refinement| elaboration| purification | oxidation| repair (restoration) | recovery . / revise| new edition . / reformer| radical . / improve| be better| become better| get better| mend| amend . / advance (progress) | ascend | increase |fructify| ripen| mature| pick up| come about| rally| take a favorableturn| turn over a new leaf| turn the corner| raise one`s head| sowone`s wild oats| recover . / be better | be improved by| turn to right account| turn togood account| turn to best account| profit by| reap the benefit of|make good use of| make capital out of| place to good account . / render better| improve| mend| amend| better| ameliorate|meliorate| correct| decrassify . / improve upon| refine upon| rectify| enrich| mellow| elaborate|fatten . / promote| cultivate| advance| forward| enhance| bring forward|bring on| foster | invigorate (strengthen) . / touch up| rub up| brush up| furbish up| bolster up| vamp up|brighten up| warm up| polish| cook| make the most of| set off toadvantage| prune| repair (restore) | put in order (arrange) review| revise| make corrections| make improvements n . / | doctor (remedy) | purify| . / relieve| refresh| infuse new blood into| recruit . / reform| remodel| reorganize| new model . / view in a new light| think better of| appeal from Philip drunk toPhilip sober . / palliate| mitigate| lessen an evil . / improving progressive| improved better| better off|better for| all the better for| better advised . / reformatory| emendatory| reparatory (restorative) [Obs]|remedial . / corrigible| improvable| accultural . / on consideration| on reconsideration| on second thoughts| onbetter advice| ad melius inquirendum [Lat-] . / urbent latericiam invenit marmoream reliquit [Lat-] . / Deterioration deterioration| debasement| wane| ebb|recession | retrogradation [Obs]| decrease . / degeneracy| degeneration| degenerateness| degradation|depravation| depravement| devolution| depravity | demoralization|retrogression| masochism . / impairment| inquination| injury| damage| loss| detriment|delaceration| outrage| havoc| inroad| ravage| scath| perversion|prostitution| vitiation| discoloration| oxidation| pollution|defoedation| poisoning| venenation| leaven| contamination| canker|corruption| adulteration| alloy . / decline| declension| declination| decadence| decadency| fallingoff caducity| decrepitude . / decay| dilapidation| ravages of time| wear and tear| corrosion|erosion| moldiness| rottenness| moth and rust| dry rot| blight|marasmus| atrophy| collapse| disorganization| delabrement (destruction) . / | aphid| Aphis| plant louse| puceron| vinefretter|vinegrub . / wreck| mere wreck| honeycomb| magni nominis umbra [Lat-]| jade|plug| rackabones [U . / S]| skate [U . / S]| tackey| tacky [U . / S] . / be worse| be deteriorated| become worse| become deteriorated | have seen better days| deteriorate| degenerate| fall off| wane (decrease) | ebb| retrograde | decline| droop| go down (sink) | go downhill| go from bad to worse| go farther and fareworse| jump out of the frying pan into the fire . / run to seed| go to seed| run to waste swale| sweal| lapse| be theworse for| sphacelate: break| break down| spring a leak| crack| start|shrivel (contract) | fade| go off| wither| molder| rot| rankle|decay| go bad| go to decay| fall into decay| fall into the sear andyellow leaf| rust| crumble| shake| totter| totter to its fall| perish | die . / [Render less good] deteriorate| weaken | put back| set back|taint| infect| contaminate| poison| empoison| envenom| canker| corrupt|exulcerate| pollute| vitiate| inquinate| debase| embase| denaturalize|denature| leaven| deflower| debauch| defile| deprave| degrade|ulcerate| stain (dirt) | discolor| alloy| adulterate|sophisticate| tamper with| prejudice . / pervert| prostitute| demoralize| brutalize| render vicious . / embitter| acerbate| exacerbate| aggravate . / injure| impair| labefy| damage| harm| hurt| shend| scath| scathe|spoil| mar| despoil| dilapidate| waste| overrun| ravage| pillage wound| stab| pierce| maim| lame| surbate| cripple| hough|hamstring| hit between wind and water| scotch| mangle| mutilate|disfigure| blemish| deface| warp . / blight| rot| corrode| erode| wear away| wear out| gnaw| gnaw atthe root of| sap| mine| undermine| shake| sap the foundations of| breakup| disorganize| dismantle| dismast| destroy . / damnify (aggrieve) [Obs]| do one`s worst| knock down| deala blow to| play havoc with| play sad havoc with| play the mischiefwith| play the deuce with| play the very devil with| play havoc among|play sad havoc among| play the mischief among| play the deuce among|play the very devil among| decimate . / unimproved (improve) | deteriorated altered|altered for the worse| injured sprung| withering| spoiling on the wane| on the decline| tabid| degenerate| marescent| worse|the worse for| all the worse for| out of repair| out of tune| imperfect | the worse for wear| battered| weathered| weather-beaten| stale|passe| shaken| dilapidated| frayed| faded| wilted| shabby| secondhand|threadbare| worn| worn to a thread| worn to a shadow| worn to thestump| worn to rags| reduced| reduced to a skeleton| far gone| tacky[U . / S] . / decayed moth-eaten| worm-eaten| mildewed| rusty| moldy|spotted| seedy| time-worn| moss-grown| discolored| effete| wasted|crumbling| moldering| rotten| cankered| blighted| tainted| depraved (vicious) | decrepid| decrepit| broke| busted| broken| out ofcommission| hors de combat [Fr-]| out of action| broken down| done|done for| done up| worn out| used up| finished| beyond saving| fit forthe dust hole| fit for the wastepaper basket| past work (useless) at a low ebb| in a bad way| on one`s last legs| undermined|deciduous| nodding to its fall (destruction) | tottering (dangerous) | past cure (hopeless) | fatigued |retrograde (retrogressive) | deleterious . / out of the frying pan into the fire| agrescit medendo [Lat-]| whata falling off was there! [Hamlet] . / Restoration restoration| restoral| reinstatement|replacement| rehabilitation| reestablishment| reconstitution|reconstruction| reproduction | renovation| renewal| revival|revivessence| reviviscence| refreshment | resuscitation|reanimation| revivification| reviction| Phenix| reorganization . / renaissance| second youth| rejuvenescence| new birth|regeneration| regeneracy| regenerateness| palingenesis| reconversion . / redress| retrieval| reclamation| recovery| convalescence|resumption| resumption| sanativeness . / recurrence (repetition) | rechauffe [Fr-]| rifacimento [Italian] . / cure| recure| sanation| healing redintegration|rectification| instauration . / repair| reparation| remanufacture| recruiting cicatrization| disinfection| tinkering . / reaction| redemption (deliverance) | restitution |relief . / tinker| cobbler| vis medicatrix (remedy) [Obs] . / curableness . / return to the original state| recover| rally| revive| come come to|come round| come to oneself| pull through| weather the storm| beoneself again| get well| get round| get the better of| get over| getabout| rise from one`s ashes| rise from the grave| survive (outlive)| resume| reappear| come to| come to life again| live again| riseagain . / heal| skin over| cicatrize| right itself . / restore| put back| place in statu quo [Lat-]| reinstate| replace|reseat| rehabilitate| reestablish| reestate| reinstall . / reconstruct| rebuild| reorganize| reconstitute| reconvert| renew|renovate| regenerate| rejuvenate . / redeem| reclaim| recover| retrieve| rescue (deliver) . / redress| recure| cure| heal| remedy| doctor| physic| medicate|break of| bring round| set on one`s legs . / resuscitate| revive| reanimate| revivify| recall to life|reproduce | warm up| reinvigorate| refresh . / make whole| redintegrate| recoup | make good| make allsquare| rectify| correct| put right| put to rights| set right| set torights| set straight| set up| put in order (arrange) | refit|recruit| fill up| fill up the ranks| reinforce . / repair| put in repair| remanufacture| put in thorough repair| putin complete repair| retouch| refashion| botch| vamp| tinker| cobble| doup| patch up| touch up| plaster up| vamp up| darn| finedraw|heelpiece| stop a gap| stanch| staunch| caulk| calk| careen| splice|bind up wounds . / restored redivivus [Lat-]| convalescent| in a fair way|none the worse| rejuvenated . / restoring restorative| recuperative| sanative| reparative|sanatory| reparatory| curative| remedial . / restorable| recoverable| sanable| remediable| retrievable|curable . / in statu quo [Lat-]| as you were . / . / revenons a nos moutons [Fr-]| medecin [Fr-]| gueris-toi toi-meme [Fr-]| vestigia nulla retrorsum [Lat-] [Horace] . / Relapse relapse| lapse| falling back retrogradation (retrogression) [Obs]| deterioration . / [Return to| or recurrence of a bad state] backsliding|recidivation| recidivism| recidivity| recrudescence . / relapse| lapse| fall back| slide back| sink back| return| retrograde | recidivate| fall off again . / Remedy remedy| help| cure| redress| medicine| medicament|diagnosis| medical examination| medical treatment| surgery| preventivemedicine . / [medical devices] clinical thermometer| stethoscope| X-raymachine . / anthelmintic [Med]| antidote| antifebrile [Med]| antipoison|counterpoison| antitoxin| antispasmodic| bracer| faith cure| placebo|helminthagogue| lithagogue| pick-meup| stimulant| tonic| vermifuge|prophylactic| corrective| restorative| sedative | palliative|febrifuge| alterant| alterative| specific| antiseptic| emetic|analgesic| paikiller| antitussive [Med]| antiinflammatory [Med]|antibiotic| antiviral [Med]| antifungal [Med]| carminative| Nepenthe|Mithridate . / cure| treatment| regimen| radical cure| perfect cure| certaincure| sovereign remedy . / examination| diagnosis| diagnostics| analysis| urinalysis| biopsy|radiology . / medicine| physic| Galenicals| simples| drug| pharmaceutical|prescription| potion| draught| dose| pill| bolus| injection| infusion|drip| suppository| electuary| linctus| lincture| medicament|pharmacon . / nostrum| receipt| recipe| prescription| catholicon| panacea|elixir| elixir vitae| philosopher`s stone| balm| balsam| cordial|theriac| ptisan . / agueweed| arnica| benzoin| bitartrate of potash| boneset|calomel| catnip| cinchona| cream of tartar| Epsom salts [Chem]|feverroot| feverwort| friar`s balsam| Indian sage| ipecac| ipecacuanha|jonquil| mercurous chloride| Peruvian bark| quinine| quinquina|sassafras| yarrow . / salve| ointment| cerate| oil| lenitive| lotion| cosmetic| plaster|epithem| embrocation| liniment| cataplasm| sinapism| arquebusade|traumatic| vulnerary| pepastic| poultice| collyrium| depilatory|emplastrum| eyewater| vesicant| vesicatory [Med] . / compress| pledget| bandage (support) . / treatment| medical treatment| regimen| dietary| dietetics| vismedicatrix| vis medicatrix naturae [Lat-]| medecine expectante [Fr-]|bloodletting| bleeding| venesection [Med]| phlebotomy| cupping|sanguisae| leeches| operation| surgical operation| transfusion|infusion| intravenous infusion| catheter| feeding tube| prevention|preventative medicine| immunization| inoculation| vaccination| vaccine|shot| booster| gamma globulin . / pharmacy| pharmacology| pharmaceutics| pharmacopoeia| formulary|acology| Materia Medica [Lat-]| therapeutics| posology| homeopathy|allopathy| heteropathy [Med]| osteopathy| hydropathy [Med]| coldwater cure| dietetics| surgery| chirurgery [Med]| chirurgy| healingart| leechcraft| orthopedics| orthopedy| orthopraxy| pediatrics|dentistry| midwifery| obstetrics| gynecology| tocology| sarcology . / hospital| infirmary| pesthouse| lazarhouse| lazaretto| lockhospital| maison de sante [Fr-]| ambulance . / dispensary| dispensatory| drug store| pharmacy| apothecary|druggist| chemist . / Hotel des Invalides| sanatorium| spa| pump room| well| hospice|Red Cross . / doctor| physician| surgeon| medical practitioner| generalpractitioner| specialist| medical attendant| apothecary| druggist|leech| osteopath| osteopathist| optometrist| ophthalmologist|internist| oncologist| gastroenterologist| epidemiologist [Med]|public health specialist| dermatologist| podiatrist| witch doctor|shaman| faith healer| quack| exorcist| Aesculapius| Hippocrates| Galen|accoucheur [Fr-]| accoucheuse [Fr-]| midwife| oculist| aurist|operator| nurse| registered nurse| practical nurse| monthly nurse|sister| nurse`s aide| candystriper| dresser| bonesetter| pharmaceutist|pharmacist| druggist| chemist| pharmacopolist . / apply a remedy n . / | doctor| dose| physic| nurse| minister to|attend| dress the wounds| plaster| drain| prevent | relieve | palliate | restore | drench with physic| bleed| cup|let blood| manicure . / operate| excise| cut out| incise . / remedial| restorative | corrective| palliative| healing|sanatory| sanative| prophylactic| preventative| immunizing|salutiferous (salutary) [Obs]| medical| medicinal| therapeutic|chirurgical [Med]| epulotic| paregoric| tonic| corroborant|analeptic| balsamic| anodyne| hypnotic| neurotic| narcotic| sedative|lenitive| demulcent| emollient| depuratory| detersive| detergent|abstersive| disinfectant| febrifugal| alterative| traumatic|vulnerary . / allopathic| heteropathic| homeopathic| hydropathic [Med]|anthelmintic [Med]| antifebrile [Med]| antiluetic| aperient|chalybeate| deobstruent| depurative| laxative| roborant . / dietetic| alimentary| nutritious| nutritive| peptic| alexipharmic|alexiteric| remediable| curable . / aux grands maux les grands remedes [Fr-]| Dios que da la llaga dala medicina [Spanish]| para todo hay remedio sino para la muerte [Spanish]|temporis ars medicina fere est [Lat-] [Ovid]| the remedy is worse thanthe disease [Dryden]| throw physic to the dogs| I`ll none of it[Macbeth] . / Bane bane| curse| evil | hurtfulness (badness) [Obs]| painfulness (cause of pain) | scourge (punishment)| damnosa hereditas [Lat-]| white elephant . / sting| fang| thorn| tang| bramble| brier| nettle . / poison| toxin| teratogen| leaven| virus venom| arsenic| antimony|tartar emetic| strychnine| nicotine| miasma| miasm| mephitis| malaria|azote| sewer gas| pest . / [poisonous substances| examples] Albany hemp| arsenious oxide|arsenious acid| bichloride of mercury| carbonic acid| carbonic gas|choke damp| corrosive sublimate| fire damp| hydrocyanic acid| cyanide|Prussic acid| hydrogen cyanide| marsh gas| nux vomica [Lat-]| ratsbane . / [poisonous plants] hemlock| hellebore| nightshade| belladonna|henbane| aconite| banewort| bhang| ganja| hashish| Upas tree . / [list of poisonous substances] Toxline (online) . / rust| worm| helminth [Med]| moth| moth and rust| fungus| mildew|dry rot| canker| cankerworm| cancer| torpedo| viper (evil doer) |demon . / [Science of poisons] toxicology . / baneful (bad) | poisonous (unwholesome) . / . / bibere venenum in auro [Lat-] . / Contingent Subservience Safety safety| security| surety| impregnability|invulnerability| invulnerableness | danger past| danger over|storm blown over| coast clear| escape | means of escape| blowvalve| safety valve| release valve| sniffing valve| safeguard|palladium . / guardianship| wardship| wardenship| tutelage| custody|safekeeping| preservation | protection| auspices . / safe-conduct| escort| convoy| guard| shield (defense) |guardian angel| tutelary god| tutelary deity| tutelary saint| geniusloci . / protector| guardian| warden| warder| preserver| custodian| duenna[Spanish]| chaperon| third person . / watchdog| bandog| Cerberus| watchman| patrolman| policeman| cop[Slang]| dick [Slang]| fuzz [Slang]| smokey [Slang]| peeler [Slang]|zarp [Slang]| sentinel| sentry| scout (warning) | garrison|guardship . / [Means of safety] refuge | anchor | precaution (preparation) | quarantine| cordon sanitaire [Fr-] . / [Sense of security] . / confidence be safe | keep one`s head above water| tide over| save one`sbacon| ride out the storm| weather the storm| light upon one`s feet|land on one`s feet| bear a charmed life| escape . / make safe| render safe | protect| take care of (care)| preserve | cover| screen| shelter| shroud| flank| ward|guard (defend) | secure (restrain) | entrench| intrench|fence round (circumscribe) | house| nestle| ensconce| take chargeof . / escort| convoy| garrison| watch| mount guard| patrol . / make assurance doubly sure (caution) | take up a loosethread| take precautions (prepare for) | double reef topsails . / seek safety| take shelter| find shelter . / safe| secure| sure| in safety| in security| on the safe side|under the shield of| under the shade of| under the wing of| under theshadow of one`s wing| under cover| under lock and key| out of danger|out of the woods| out of the meshes| out of harm`s way| unharmed|unscathed| on sure ground| at anchor| high and dry| above water|unthreatened| unmolested| protected cavendo tutus [Lat-]|panoplied (defended) [Obs] . / snug| seaworthy| weatherproof| waterproof| fireproof . / defensible| tenable| proof against| invulnerable| unassailable|unattackable| impenetrable| impregnable| imperdible| inexpugnable|Achillean . / safe and sound (preserved) | scathless (perfect) |unhazarded| not dangerous . / unthreatening| harmless| friendly (cooperative) . / protecting| protective guardian| tutelary| preservative | trustworthy . / ex abundanti cautela [Lat-]| with impunity . / all`s well| salva res est [Lat-]| suave mari magno [Lat-]| acouvert [Fr-]| e terra alterius spectare laborem [Lat-] [Lucretius]|Dieu vous garde [Fr-] . / Danger danger| peril| insecurity| jeopardy| risk| hazard|venture| precariousness| slipperiness| instability |defenselessness | exposure (liability) | vulnerability|vulnerable point| heel of Achilles| forlorn hope (hopelessness) . / [Dangerous course] leap in the dark (rashness) | road toruin| faciles descensus Averni [Lat-] [Vergil]| hairbreadth escape . / cause for alarm| source of danger . / rock ahead [Approach of danger]| breakers ahead| storm brewing|clouds in the horizon| clouds gathering| warning | alarm . / [Sense of danger] apprehension . / be in danger | be exposed to danger| run into danger| incurdanger| encounter danger n . / | run a risk| lay oneself open to (liability) | lean on a broken reed| trust to a broken reed| feelthe ground sliding from under one| have to run for it| have the chancesagainst one| have the odds against one| face long odds| be in deeptrouble| be between a rock and a hard place . / hang by a thread| totter| sleep on a volcano| stand on a volcano|sit on a barrel of gunpowder| live in a glass house . / bring in danger| place in danger| put in danger| place injeopardy| put in jeopardy n . / | endanger| expose to danger| imperil|jeopard| jeopardize| compromise| sail too near the wind (rash) . / adventure| risk| hazard| venture| stake| set at hazard| run thegauntlet (dare) | engage in a forlorn hope . / threaten danger | run one hard| lay a trap for (deceive) in danger n . / | endangered fraught with danger| dangerous|hazardous| perilous| parlous| periculous| unsafe| unprotected (safe|protect) | insecure . / untrustworthy| built upon . / sand| on a sandy basis| wildcat . / defenseless| fenceless| guardless| harborless| unshielded|vulnerable| expugnable| exposed| open to (liable) . / aux abois [Fr-]| at bay| on the wrong side of the wall| on a leeshore| on the rocks . / at stake| in question| precarious| critical| ticklish| slippery|slippy| hanging by a thread with a halter round one`s neck|between the hammer and the anvil| between Scylla and Charybdis| betweena rock and a hard place| between the devil and the deep blue sea|between two fires| on the edge of a precipice| on the brink of aprecipice| on the verge of a precipice| on the edge of a volcano| inthe lion`s den| on slippery ground| under fire| not out of the wood . / unwarned| unadmonished| unadvised| unprepared | off one`sguard (inexpectant) [Obs] . / tottering| unstable| unsteady| shaky| top-heavy| tumbledown|ramshackle| crumbling| waterlogged| helpless| guideless| in a bad way|reduced to the last extremity| at the last extremity| trembling in thebalance| nodding to its fall (destruction) . / threatening | ominous| illomened| alarming (fear) |explosive . / adventurous (rash) | (bold) . / incidit in Scyllam qui vult vitare Charybdim [Lat-]| nam tua resagitur paries dum proximus ardet [Lat-] . / [Means of safety] Refuge refuge| sanctuary| retreat|fastness| acropolis| keep| last resort| ward| prison | asylum|ark| home| refuge for the destitute| almshouse| hiding place (ambush) | sanctum sanctorum (privacy) [Lat-] . / roadstead| anchorage| breakwater| mole| port| haven| harbor|harbor of refuge| seaport| pier| jetty| embankment| quay . / covert| cover| shelter| screen| lee wall| wing| shield| umbrella|barrier| dashboard| dasher [U . / S] . / wall (inclosure) | fort (defense) . / anchor| kedge| grapnel| grappling iron| sheet anchor| killick|mainstay| support | cheek | ballast . / jury mast| vent-peg| safety valve| blow-off valve| safety lamp|lightning rod| lightning conductor| safety belt| airbag| seat belt|antilock brakes| antiskid tires| snow tires . / means of escape (escape) | lifeboat| lifejacket| life buoy|swimming belt| cork jacket| parachute| plank| steppingstone| emergencylanding . / safeguard (protection) . / seek refuge| take refuge| find refuge n . / | seek safety| findsafety | throw oneself into the arms of| break for taller timber[U . / S] . / create a diversion . / any port in a storm| bibere venenum in auro [Lat-]| valet anchoravirtus . / [Source of danger] Pitfall rocks| reefs| coral reef| sunkenrocks| snags| sands| quicksands| syrt| syrtis| Goodwin sands| sandyfoundation| slippery ground| breakers| shoals| shallows| bank| shelf|flat| lee shore| ironbound coast| rock ahead| breakers ahead . / precipice| maelstrom| volcano| ambush | pitfall| trapdoor|trap (snare) . / sword of Damocles| wolf at the door| snake in the grass| death inthe pot| latency . / ugly customer| dangerous person| le chat qui dort [Fr-]|firebrand| hornet`s nest . / latet anquis in herba [Lat-] [Vergil]| proximus ardet Ucalegon[Lat-] [Vergil] . / Warning warning| early warning| caution| caveat| notice (information) | premonition| premonishment| prediction |contraindication| lesson| dehortation| admonition| monition| alarm handwriting on the wall| mene mene tekel upharsin| red flag|yellow flag| fog-signal| foghorn| siren| monitor| warning voice|Cassandra| signs of the times| Mother Cary`s chickens| stormy petrel|bird of ill omen| gathering clouds| clouds in the horizon| death watch . / watchtower| beacon| signal post| lighthouse (indication oflocality) . / sentinel| sentry|| watch| watchman| watch and ward| watchdog|bandog| housedog| patrol| patrolman| vedette| picket| bivouac| scout|spy| spial| undercover agent| mole| plainclothesman| advanced guard|rear guard| lookout . / cautiousness . / monitor| guard camera| radar| AWACS| spy satellite| spy-ithe-sky| U plane| spy plane . / warn| caution| forewarn| prewarn| admonish| premonish| give notice|give warning| dehort| menace (threaten) | put on one`s guard|sound the alarm | croak . / beware| ware| take warning| take heed at one`s peril| keep watchand ward (care) . / warning premonitory| monitory| cautionary| admonitory|admonitive| sematic [Biol] . / warned| forewarned on one`s guard (careful) |(cautious) . / in terrorem [Lat-] (threat) . / Int . / beware!| ware!| take care!| look out!| fore (golf)| mind what youare about!| take care what you are about!| mind!| ne reveillez pas le chat qui dort [Fr-]| don`t wake a sleepingcat| foenum habet in cornu [Lat-]| caveat actor| le silence du peopleest la legon des rois [Fr-]| verbum sat sapienti [Lat-]| a word to thewise is sufficient| un averti en vaut deux [Fr-] . / [Indication of danger] Alarm alarm| alarum| larum| alarmbell| tocsin| alerts| beat of drum| sound of trumpet| note of alarm|hue and cry| fire cross| signal of distress| blue lights| war-cry| war-whoop| warning | fogsignal| foghorn| yellow flag| danger signal|red light| red flag| fire bell| police whistle . / false alarm| cry of wolf| bug-bear| bugaboo . / give the alarm| raise the alarm| sound the alarm| turn in the alarm|beat the alarm| give an alarm| raise an alarm| sound an alarm| turn inan alarm| beat an alarm n . / | alarm| warn | ring the tocsin|battre la generale [Fr-]| cry wolf . / alarming Int . / sauve qui peut! [Fr-]| every man for himself! [Fr-Tr]| qui vive?[Fr-] . / Preservation preservation| safe-keeping| conservation (storage) | maintenance| support| susteritation| conservatism| visconservatrix| salvation (deliverance) . / [Means of preservation] prophylaxis| preserver| preservative|additive| antibiotics| antifungals [Med]| biocide| hygiastics|hygiantics| cover| drugget| cordon sanitaire [Fr-]| canning| ensilage|tinned goods| canned goods . / [Superstitious remedies] snake oil| spider webs| cure-all|laetrile| charm . / preserve| maintain| keep| sustain| support| hold| keep up| keepalive| refrigerate| keep on ice| not willingly let die| bank up| nurse|save| rescue| be safe| make safe | take care of (care) |guard (defend) . / stare super antiquas vias [Lat-] [Bacon]| hold one`s own| holdone`s ground| stand one`s ground (resist) . / embalm| cure| salt| pickle| season| kyanize| bottle| pot| tin|can| sterilize| pasteurize| radiate| dry| lyophilize [Chem]| freeze-dry| concentrate| evaporate| freeze| quick-freeze| deep-freeze| husband (store) . / preserving conservative| prophylactic| preservatory|preservative| hygienic . / preserved unimpaired| unbroken| uninjured| unhurt|unsinged| unmarred| safe| safe and sound| intact| with a whole skin . / nolumus leges Angliae mutari [Lat-] . / Escape escape| scape| avolation| elopement| flight| evasion (avoidance) | retreat| narrow escape| hairbreadth escape| closecall| come off| impunity . / [Means of escape] loophole (opening) | path | refuse | vent| vent peg| safety valve| drawbridge| fire escape . / reprieve (deliverance) | liberation . / refugee (fugitive) . / escape| scape| make one`s escape| effect one`s escape| make goodone`s escape| break jail| get off| get clear off| get well out of|echapper belle [Fr-]| save one`s bacon| save one`s skin| weather thestorm (safe) | escape scot-free . / elude | make off (avoid) | march off (go away) |give one the slip| slip through the hands| slip through the fingers|slip the collar| wriggle out of prison| break out| break loose| breakloose from prison| break away| slip away| get away| find vent| find ahole to creep out of . / disappear| vanish . / escaping| escaped stolen away| fled . / the bird has flown the coop . / Deliverance deliverance| extrication| rescue| reprieve|reprieval| respite| liberation | emancipation| redemption|salvation| riddance| gaol delivery| redeemableness . / deliver| extricate| rescue| save| emancipate| redeem| ransom| bringoff| bring through| tirer d`affaire [Fr-]| get the wheel out of therut| snatch from the jaws of death| come to the rescue| rid| retrieve (restore) | be rid of| get rid of . / saved extricable| redeemable| rescuable . / Int . / to the rescue!| PRECURSORY MEASURES Preparation preparation| providing provision|providence| anticipation (foresight) | precaution|preconcertation| predisposition| forecast (plan) | rehearsal|note of preparation . / [Putting in order] arrangement | clearance| adjustment |tuning| equipment| outfit| accouterment| armament| array . / ripening maturation| evolution| elaboration| concoction|digestion| gestation| batching| incubation| sitting . / groundwork| first stone| cradle| stepping-stone| foundation|scaffold (support) | scaffolding| echafaudage [Fr-] . / [Preparation of men] training (education) | inurement (habit) | novitiate| cooking [Preparation of food]| cookery|brewing| culinary art| tilling| plowing| [Preparation of the soil]|sowing| semination| cultivation . / [State of being prepared] preparedness| readiness| ripeness|mellowness| maturity| un impromptu fait a loisir [Fr-] . / [Preparer] preparer| trainer| pioneer| trailblazer| avant-courrier[Fr-]| avant-coureur [Fr-]| voortrekker [Afrik]| sappers and miners|pavior| navvy| packer| stevedore| warming pan . / prepare| get ready| make ready| make preparations| settlepreliminaries| get up| sound the note of preparation . / set in order| put in order (arrange) | forecast (plan)| prepare the ground| plow the ground| dress the ground| till thesoil| cultivate the soil| predispose| sow the seed| lay a train| dig amine| lay the groundwork| fix the groundwork| lay the basis| fix thebasis| lay the foundations| fix the foundations| dig the foundations|erect the scaffolding| lay the first stone (begin) . / roughhew| cut out work| block out| hammer out| lick into shape (form) . / elaborate| mature| ripen| mellow| season| bring to maturity|nurture (aid) | hatch| cook| brew| temper| anneal| smelt|barbecue| infumate| maturate . / equip| arm| man| fit-out| fit up| furnish| rig| dress| garnish|betrim| accouter| array| fettle| fledge| dress up| furbish up| brushup| vamp up| refurbish| sharpen one`s tools| trim one`s foils| set|prime| attune| whet the knife| whet the sword| wind up| screw up|adjust (fit) | put in trim| put in train| put in gear| put inworking order| put in tune| put in a groove for| put in harness| pack . / train (teach) | inure (habituate) | breed| prepare for| rehearse| make provision for| take steps| take measures| takeprecautions| provide| provide against| beat up for recruits| open thedoor to (facilitate) . / set one`s house in order| make all snug| clear the decks| clearfor action| close one`s ranks| shuffle the cards . / prepare oneself| serve an apprenticeship (learn) | layoneself out for| get into harness| gird up one`s loins| buckle on one`sarmor| reculer pour mieux sauter [Fr-]| prime and load| shoulder arms|get the steam up| put the horses to . / guard against| make sure against| forearm| make sure| prepare forthe evil day| have a rod in pickle| provide against a rainy day|feather one`s nest| lay in provisions | make investments| keep onfoot . / be prepared| be ready | hold oneself in readiness| keepone`s powder dry| lie in wait for (expect) | anticipate (foresee) | principiis obstare [Lat-]| veniente occurrere morbo[Lat-] . / preparing in preparation| in course of preparation| inagitation| in embryo| in hand| in train| afoot| afloat| on foot| on thestocks| on the anvil| under consideration (plan) | brewing|batching| forthcoming| brooding| in store for| in reserve . / precautionary| provident| preparative| preparatory| provisional|inchoate| under revision| preliminary (precedent) . / prepared in readiness| ready| ready to one`s band| readymade| ready cut and dried: made to one`s hand| handy| on the table| ingear| in working order| in working gear| snug| in practice . / ripe| mature| mellow| pukka| practiced (skilled) | labored|elaborate| highly-wrought| smelling of the lamp| worked up . / in full feather| in best bib and tucker| in harness| at harness|in the saddle| in arms| in battle array| in war paint| up in arms|armed at all points| armed to the teeth| armed cap a pie| sword inhand| booted and spurred . / in utrumque paratus [Lat-]| semper paratus [Lat-]| on the alert (vigilant) | at one`s post . / in preparation| in anticipation of| against| for| abroach . / a bove majori discit arare minor [Lat-]| looking before and after[Hamlet]| si vis pacem para bellum [Lat-] . / Nonpreparation nopreparation| absence of preparation| wantof preparation| inculture| inconcoction| improvidence . / immaturity| crudity| rawness | abortion| disqualification . / [Absence of art] nature| state of nature| virgin soil| unweededgarden| neglect . / rough copy (plan) | germ | raw material . / improvisation (impulse) . / be unprepared | want preparation| lack preparation| liefallow| s`embarquer sans biscuits [Fr-]| live from hand to mouth . / [Render unprepared] dismantle (render useless) | undress extemporize| improvise| ad lib . / unprepared (prepare)| | | without preparation |incomplete | rudimental| embryonic| abortive| immature| unripe|kachcha| raw| green| crude| coarse| rough cast| rough hewn| in therough| unhewn| unformed| unfashioned| unwrought| unlabored| unblown|uncooked| unboiled| unconcocted| unpolished . / unhatched| unfledged| unnurtured| unlicked| untaught| uneducated|uncultivated| untrained| untutored| undrilled| unexercised| deckle-edged| precocious| premature| undigested| indigested| unmellowed|unseasoned| unleavened . / unrehearsed| unscripted| extemporaneous| improvised| spontaneous|ad lib| ad libitem [Lat-] . / fallow| unsown| untilled| natural| in a state of nature|undressed| in dishabille| en deshabille [Fr-] . / unqualified| disqualified| unfitted| ill-digested| unbegun|unready| unarranged| unorganized| unfurnished| unprovided| unequipped|untrimmed| out of gear| out of order| dismantled shiftless|improvident| unthrifty| thriftless| thoughtless| unguarded| happy-go-lucky| caught napping (inexpectant) [Obs]| unpremeditated extempore . / Essay essay| trial| endeavor| attempt| aim| struggle|venture| adventure| speculation| coup d`essai [Fr-]| debut| probation (experiment) . / try| essay| experiment | endeavor| strive| tempt| attempt|make an attempt| venture| adventure| speculate| take one`s chance|tempt fortune| try one`s fortune| try one`s luck| try one`s hand| useone`s endeavor| feel one`s way| grope one`s way| pick one`s way . / try hard| push| make a bold push| use one`s best endeavor| doone`s best (exertion) . / essaying experimental | tentative| empirical|probationary . / experimentally | on trial| at a venture| by rule of thumb . / if one may be so bold . / aut non tentaris aut perfice [Lat-] [Ovid]| chi non s`arrischianon guadagna [Fr-] . / Undertaking undertaking| compact | adventure| venture|engagement (promise) | enterprise| emprise| pilgrimage| matter inhand (business ) | move| first move (beginning) . / undertake| engage in| embark in| launch into| plunge into|volunteer| apprentice oneself to| engage (promise) | contract | take upon oneself| take upon one`s shoulders| devote oneself to (determination) . / take up| take in hand| tackle| set about| go about| set to| fallto| set to work| launch forth| set up shop| put in hand| put inexecution| set forward| break the neck of a business| be in| for| putone`s hand to| put one`s foot in| betake oneself to| turn one`s handto| go to do| begin one`s | broach one`s| institute one`s (originate) | put one`s hand to the plow| lay one`s hand to theplow| put one`s shoulder to the wheel . / have in hand (business) | have many irons in the fire (activity) . / undertaking on the anvil . / Int . / here goes!| Use use| employ| employment| exercise| exercitation|application| appliance| adhibition| disposal| consumption| agency (physical) | usufruct| usefulness | benefit| recourse| resort|avail . / [Conversion to use] utilization| service| wear . / [Way of using] usage . / use| make use of| employ| put to use| put in action| put inoperation| put in practice| set in motion| set to work . / ply| work| wield| handle| manipulate| play| play off| exert|exercise| practice| avail oneself of| profit by| resort to| haverecourse to| recur to| take betake oneself to| take up with| takeadvantage of| lay one`s hands on| try . / render useful | mold| turn to account| turn to use| convertto use| utilize| work up| call into play| bring into play| put intorequisition| call forth| draw forth| press into service| enlist intothe service| bring to bear upon| devote| dedicate| consecrate| apply|adhibit| dispose of| make a handle of| make a cat`s-paw of . / fall back upon| make a shift with| make the most of| make the bestof . / use up| swallow up| consume| absorb| expend| tax| task| wear| putto task . / in use| used well-worn| well-trodden . / useful | subservient (instrumental) . / Disuse forbearance| abstinence| disuse| relinquishment | desuetude (want of habit) | disusage . / not use| do without| dispense with| let alone| not touch| forbear|abstain| spare| waive| neglect| keep back| reserve . / lay up| lay by| lay on the shelf| keep on the shelf| lay up inordinary| lay up in a napkin| shelve| set aside| put aside| lay aside|disuse| leave off| have done with| supersede| discard (eject) |dismiss| give warning . / throw aside (relinquish) | make away with (destroy) |cast overboard| heave overboard| throw overboard| cast to the dogs|cast to the winds| dismantle (Render useless) . / lie unemployed| remain unemployed not used unemployed| unapplied| undisposed of| unspent|unexercised| untouched| untrodden| unessayed| ungathered| unculled|uncalled for| not required . / disused done with . / Misuse misuse| misusage| misemployment| misapplication|misappropriation . / abuse| profanation| prostitution| desecration| waste . / misuse| misemploy| misapply| misappropriate . / desecrate| abuse| profane| prostitute: waste | overtask|overtax| overwork: squander . / cut blocks with a razor| employ a steam engine to crack a nut|catch at a straw . / misused ludere cum sacris [Lat-] . / action| performance| doing| perpetration|exercise| excitation| movement| operation| evolution| work| labor (exertion) | praxis| execution| procedure (conduct) |handicraft| business | agency (power at work) . / deed| act| overt act| stitch| touch| gest transaction| job|doings| dealings| proceeding| measure| step| maneuver| bout| passage|move| stroke| blow| coup| coup de main| coup d`etat [Fr-]| tour deforce (display) | feat| exploit| achievement (completion) |handiwork| workmanship| manufacture| stroke of policy (plan) . / actor (doer) . / do| perform| execute| achieve (complete) | transact| enact|commit| perpetrate| inflict| exercise| prosecute| carry on| work|practice| play . / employ oneself| ply one`s task| officiate| have in hand (business) | labor | be at work| pursue a course| shape one`scourse (conduct) . / act| operate| take action| take steps| strike a blow| lift afinger| stretch forth one`s hand| take in hand (undertake) | putoneself in motion| put in practice| carry into execution (complete)| act upon . / be an actor | take a part in| act a part in| play a part in|perform a part in| participate in| have a hand in| have a finger in thepie| have to do with| be a party to| be a participator in| bear a hand|lend a hand| pull an oar| run in a race| mix oneself up with (meddle) . / be in action| come into operation (power at work) . / doing acting| in action| in harness| on duty| in operation . / in the act| in the midst of| in the thick of| red-handed| inflagrante delicto [Lat-]| while one`s hand is in . / action is eloquence [Coriolanus]| actions speak louder than words|actum aiunt ne agas [Terence]| awake| arise| or be forever fall`n[Paradise Lost]| dii pia facta vident [Lat-] [Ovid]| faire sans dire[Fr-]| fare fac [Italian]| fronte capillata post est occasio calva [Lat-]|our deeds are sometimes better than our thoughts [Bailey]| the greatend of life is not knowledge but action [Huxley]| thought is the soulof act [R . / Browning]| vivre-ce nest pas respirer c`est agir [Fr-]| we live indeeds not years [Bailey] . / Inaction inaction| passiveness| abstinence from action|noninterference| nonintervention| Fabian policy| conservative policy|neglect . / inactivity | rest (repose) | quiescence | wantof occupation| inoccupation| idle hours| time hanging on one`s hands|dolce far niente [Italian]| sinecure| featherbed| featherbedding| cushy job|no-show job| soft snap| soft thing . / not do| not act| not attempt| be inactive | abstain fromdoing| do nothing| hold| spare| not stir| not move| not lift a finger|not lift a foot| not lift a peg| fold one`s arms| fold one`s hands|leave alone| let alone| let be| let pass| let things take their course|let it have its way| let well alone| let well enough alone| quieta nonmovere [Lat-]| stare super antiquas vias [Lat-]| rest and be thankful|live and let live| lie rest upon one`s oars| laisser aller [Fr-]| faire[Fr-]| stand aloof| refrain (avoid) | keep oneself from doing|remit one`s efforts| relax one`s efforts| desist (relinquish) |stop (cease) | pause (be quiet) . / wait| lie in wait| bide one`s time| take time| tide it over . / cool one`s heels| kick one`s heels| while away the time| whileaway tedious hours| pass the time| fill up the time| beguile the time|talk against time| let the grass grow under one`s feet| waste time (inactive) . / lie by| lie on the shelf| lie in ordinary| lie idle| lie to| liefallow| keep quiet| slug| have nothing to do| whistle for want ofthought . / undo| do away with| take down| take to pieces| destroy . / not doing not done undone| passive| unoccupied|unemployed| out of employ| out of work| fallow| desaeuvre [Fr-] . / re infecta [Lat-]| at a stand| les bras croisis [Fr-]| with foldedarms| with the hands in the pockets| with the hands behind one`s back|pour passer le temps [Fr-] . / Int . / so let it be!| stop!| | hands off!| cunctando restituit rem [Lat-]| If it ain`t broke don`t fix it[Bert Lance]| stare decisis [Lat-]| let the decision stand| Activity activity| briskness| liveliness | animation|life| vivacity| spirit| dash| energy| snap| vim . / nimbleness| agility| smartness| quickness | velocity| | alacrity| promptitude| despatch| dispatch| expedition| haste | punctuality (early) . / eagerness| zeal| ardor| perfervidum aingenium [Lat-]| empressement[Fr-]| earnestness| intentness| abandon| vigor (physical energy)| devotion (resolution) | exertion . / industry| assiduity| assiduousness | sedulity|laboriousness| drudgery (labor) | painstaking| diligence|perseverance . / | indefatigation| habits of business . / vigilance | wakefulness| sleeplessness| restlessness|insomnia| pervigilium| insomnium| racketing . / movement| bustle| stir| fuss| ado| bother| pottering| fidget|fidgetiness| flurry (haste) . / officiousness| dabbling| meddling| interference| interposition|intermeddling| tampering with| intrigue . / press of business| no sinecure| plenty to do| many irons in thefire| great doings| busy hum of men| battle of life| thick of theaction . / housewife| busy bee| new brooms| sharp fellow| sharp blade|devotee| enthusiast| zealot| meddler| intermeddler| intriguer|busybody| pickthank| hummer| hustler| live man [U . / S]| rustler [U . / S] . / be active | busy oneself in| stir| stir about| stir one`sstumps| bestir oneself| rouse oneself| speed| hasten| peg away| layabout one| bustle| fuss| raise up| kick up a dust| push| make a push|make a fuss| make a stir| go ahead| push forward| fight one`s way|elbow one`s way| make progress | toll (labor) | plod|persist (persevere) . / | keep up the ball| keep the pot boiling . / look sharp| have all one`s eyes about one (vigilance) |rise| arouse oneself| hustle| get up early| be about| keep moving|steal a march| kill two birds with one stone| seize the opportunity | lose no time| not lose a moment| make the most of one`s time| notsuffer the grass to grow under one`s feet| improve the shining hour|make short work of| dash off| make haste | do one`s best takepains (exert oneself) | do wonders| work wonders . / have many irons in the fire| have one`s hands full| have much onone`s hands| have other things to do| have other fish to fry| be busy|not have a moment to spare| not have a moment that one can call one`sown . / have one`s fling| run the round of| go all lengths| stick atnothing| run riot . / outdo| overdo| overact| overlay| overshoot the mark| make a toilof a pleasure . / have a hand in (act in) | take an active part| put in one`soar| have a finger in the pie| mix oneself up with| trouble| one`s headabout| intrigue| agitate . / tamper with| meddle| moil| intermeddle| interfere| interpose|obtrude| poke one`s nose in| thrust one`s nose in . / active| brisk| brisk as a lark| brisk as a bee| lively| animated|vivacious| alive| alive and kicking| frisky| spirited| stirring . / nimble| nimble as a squirrel| agile| light-footed| nimble-footed|featly| tripping . / quick| prompt| yare| instant| ready| alert| spry| sharp| smart|fast (swift) | quick as a lamplighter| expeditious| awake| broadawake| go-ahead| live wide-awake (intelligent) [U . / S] . / forward| eager| strenuous| zealous| enterprising| in earnest|resolute . / industrious| assiduous| diligent| sedulous| notable| painstaking|intent (attention) | indefatigable (persevering) . / |unwearied| unsleeping| never tired| plodding| hard-working |businesslike| workaday . / bustling| restless| restless as a hyena| fussy| fidgety|pottering| busy| busy as hen with one chicken . / working| at work| on duty| in harness| up in arms| on one`s legs|at call| up and doing| up and stirring . / busy| occupied| hard at work| hard at it| up to one`s ears in|full of business| busy as a bee| busy as a one-armed paperhanger . / meddling meddlesome| pushing| officious| overofficious|intrigant . / astir| stirring| agoing| afoot| on foot| in full swing| eventful|on the alert| (vigilant) . / actively | with life and spirit| with might and main | with haste | with wings| full tilt| in mediis rebus [Lat-] . / Int . / be alive| look alive| look sharp!| move on| push on!| keepmoving!| go ahead!| stir your stumps!| age quod agis! [Lat-]| jaldi!|karo!| step lively!| carpe diem [Lat-]| seize the day| (opportunity) nulla diessine linea [Lat-] [Pliny]| nec mora nec requies [Lat-] [Vergil]| theplot thickens| No sooner said than done (early) | veni vidi vici[Lat-] [Suetonius]| catch a weasel asleep| abends wird der Faulefleissig [Germ-]| dictum ac factum [Lat-] [Terence]| schwere Arbeit in derJugend ist sanfte Ruhe im Alter [Germ-]| hard work in youth means softrest in age| the busy hum of men [Milton] . / Inactivity inactivity| inaction | inertness |obstinacy . / lull (cessation) | quiescence | rust| rustiness . / idleness| remissness | sloth| indolence| indiligence|dawdling ergophobia| otiosity . / dullness | languor| segnity| segnitude| lentor|sluggishness (slowness) | procrastination (delay) | torpor|torpidity| torpescence| stupor (insensibility) | somnolence|drowsiness | nodding oscitation| oscitancy|pandiculation| hypnotism| lethargy| statuvolence heaviness| heavyeyelids . / sleep| slumber| sound sleep| heavy sleep| balmy sleep| Morpheus|Somnus| coma| trance| ecstasis| dream| hibernation| nap| doze| snooze|siesta| wink of sleep| forty winks| snore| hypnology . / dull work| pottering| relaxation (loosening) | Castle ofIndolence . / [Cause of inactivity] lullaby| sedative| tranquilizer| hypnotic|sleeping pill| relaxant| anaesthetic| general anaesthetic |torpedo . / [person who is inactive] idler| drone| droil| dawdle| mopus| do-little faineant [Fr-]| dummy| sleeping partner| afternoon farmer|truant (runaway) | bummer| loafer| goldbrick| goldbicker|lounger| lazzarone [Italian]| lubber| lubbard| slow coach (slow . / ) |opium eater| lotus eater| slug| lag| sluggard| slugabed| slumberer|dormouse| marmot| waiter on Providence| fruges consumere natus [Lat-] . / be inactive | do nothing | move slowly | let thegrass grow under one`s feet| take one`s time| dawdle| drawl| droil|lag| hang back| slouch| loll| lollop| lounge| poke| loaf| loiter| go tosleep over| sleep at one`s post| ne battre que d`une aile [Fr-] . / take it easy| take things as they come| lead an easy life|vegetate| swim with the stream| eat the bread of idleness| loll in thelap of luxury| loll in the lap of indolence| waste time| consume time|kill time| lose time| burn daylight| waste the precious hours . / idle away time| trifle away time| fritter away time| fool awaytime| spend time in| take time in| peddle| piddle| potter| pudder|dabble| faddle fribble| fiddle-faddle| dally| dilly-dally . / sleep| slumber| be asleep| hibernate| oversleep| sleep like a top|sleep like a log| sleep like a dormouse| sleep soundly| heavily| doze|drowze| snooze| nap| take a nap n . / | dream| snore one`s best| settleto sleep| go to sleep| go off to sleep| doze off| drop off| fallasleep| drop asleep| close the eyes| seal up the eyes| seal up eyelids|weigh down the eyelids| get sleep| nod| yawn| go to bed| turn| get somez`s| stack z`s [Coll] . / languish| expend itself| flag| hang fire| relax . / render idle | sluggardize| mitigate . / inactive| motionless | unoccupied (doing nothing) |unbusied . / indolent| lazy| slothful| idle| lusk| remiss| slack| inert|torpid| sluggish| otiose| languid| supine| heavy| dull| leaden|lumpish| exanimate| soulless| listless| drony| dronish| lazy asLudlam`s dog . / dilatory| laggard| lagging slow | rusty| flagging|lackadaisical| maudlin| fiddle-faddle| pottering shilly-shally (irresolute) . / sleeping| asleep| fast asleep| dead asleep| sound asleep|in a sound sleep| sound as a top| dormant| comatose| in the arms ofMorpheus| in the lap of Morpheus . / sleepy| sleepful| dozy| drowsy| somnolent| torpescent| lethargic|lethargical| somnifacient| statuvolent| statuvolic| heavy| heavy withsleep| napping| somnific| somniferous| soporous| soporific|soporiferous| hypnotic| balmy| dreamy| unawakened| unawakened . / sedative . / inactively | at leisure . / the eyes begin to draw straws| bankrupt of life yet prodigal ofease [Dryden]| better years of Europe than a cycle of Cathay[Tennyson]| idly busy rolls their world away [Goldsmith]| the mysteryof folded sleep [Tennyson]| the timely dew of sleep [Milton]| thoudriftest gently down the tides of sleep [Longfellow]| tired Nature`ssweet restorer| balmy sleep [Young] . / Haste haste| urgency| despatch| dispatch| acceleration|spurt| spirt| forced march| rush| dash| speed| velocity |precipitancy| precipitation| precipitousness | impetuosity|brusquerie| hurry| drive| scramble| bustle| fuss| fidget| flurry|flutter| splutter . / haste| hasten| make haste| make a dash n . / | hurry on| dash on|whip on| push on| press on| press forward| hurry| skurry| scuttlealong| barrel along| bundle on| dart to and fro| bustle| flutter|scramble| plunge| plunge headlong| dash off| rush (violence) |express . / bestir oneself (be active) | lose no time| lose not amoment| lose not an instant| make short work of| make the best of one`stime| make the best of one`s way . / be precipitate | jump at| be in haste| be in a hurry n . / |have no time| have not a moment to lose| have not a moment to spare|work against time . / quicken | accelerate| expedite| put on| precipitate| urge|whip| railroad . / hasty| hurried| brusque| scrambling| cursory| precipitate|headlong| furious| boisterous| impetuous| hotheaded| feverish| fussy|pushing . / in haste| in a hurry n . / | in hot haste| in all haste|breathless| pressed for time| hard pressed| urgent . / with haste| with all haste| with breathless speed| in haste | apace (swiftly) | amain| all at once (instantaneously)| at short notice | immediately (early) | posthaste| bycable| by express| by telegraph| by forced marches . / hastily| precipitately | helter-skelter| hurry-skurry|holus-bolus| slapdash| slap-bang| full-tilt| full drive| heels overhead| head and shoulders| headlong| a corps perdu [Fr-] . / by fits and starts| by spurts| hop skip and jump . / [panic] sauve qui peut [Fr-]| every man for himself [Fr-Tr]|devil take the hindmost| no time to be lost| no sooner said than done (early) | a word and a blow| haste makes waste| maggiore frettaminore atto [Italian]| ohne Hast aber ohne Rast [Germ-]| [Goethe`s motto]|stand not upon the order of your going but go at once [Macbeth]| swift|swift| you dragons of the night [Cymbeline] . / Leisure leisure| convenience| spare time| spare hours| sparemoments| vacant hour| time| time to spare| time on one`s hands|holiday| relaxation (rest) | otium cum dignitate [Lat-] [Cicero]|ease . / no hurry| no big rush| no deadline . / have leisure n . / | take one`s time| take one`s leisure| take one`sease| repose | move slowly | while away the time (inaction) | be master of one`s time| be an idle man . / leisure| leisurely| slow | deliberate| quiet| calm|undisturbed| at leisure| at one`s ease| at loose ends| at a loose end . / unhurriedly| deliberately| without undue haste| anytime . / time hanging heavy on one`s hands| eile mit Weile [Germ-] . / Exertion exertion| effort| strain| tug| pull| stress| throw|stretch| struggle| spell| spurt| spirt| stroke of work| stitch of work . / a strong pull a long pull and a pull all together| dead lift|heft| gymnastics| exercise| exercitation| wear and tear| ado| toil andtrouble| uphill work| hard work| warm work| harvest time . / labor| work| toil| travail| manual labor| sweat of one`s brow|swink| drudgery| slavery| fagging| hammering| limae labor [Lat-]|industry| industriousness| operoseness| operosity . / trouble| pains| duty| resolution | energy (physical) . / exert oneself| exert one`s energies| tax one`s energies| useexertion . / labor| work| toil| moil| sweat| fag| drudge| slave| drag alengthened chain| wade through| strive| stretch a long arm| pull| tug|ply| ply the oar| tug at the oar| do the work| take the laboring oarbestir oneself (be active) | take trouble| trouble oneself . / work hard| rough it| put forth one`s strength| put forth a strongarm| fall to work| bend the bow| buckle to| set one`s shoulder to thewheel (resolution) | work like a horse| work like a cart horse|work like a galley slave| work like a coal heaver| labor day and night|work day and night| redouble one`s efforts| do double duty| work doublehours| work double tides| sit up| burn the candle at both ends| stickto (persevere) . / | work one`s way| fight one`s way| lay aboutone| hammer at . / take pains| do one`s best| do one`s level best| do one`s utmost|give one hundred percent| do the best one can| do all one can| do allin one`s power| do as much as in one lies| do what lies in one`s power|use one`s best endeavor| use one`s utmost endeavor| try one`s best| tryone`s utmost| play one`s best card| put one`s best leg foremost| putone`s right leg foremost| have one`s whole soul in his work| put allone`s strength into| strain every nerve| spare no efforts| spare nopains| go all lengths| go through fire and water (resolution) |move heaven and earth| leave no stone unturned . / laboring laborious| operose| elaborate| strained| toilsome|troublesome| wearisome| uphill| herculean| gymnastic| palestric . / hard-working| painstaking| strenuous| energetic . / hard at work| on the stretch . / laboriously | lustily| pugnis et calcibus [Lat-]| withmight and main| with all one`s might| with a strong hand| with a sledgehammer| with much ado| to the best of one`s abilities| totis viribus[Lat-]| vi et armis [Lat-]| manibus pedibusque [Lat-]| tooth and nail|unguibus et rostro [Lat-]| hammer and tongs| heart and soul| throughthick and thin (perseverance) by the sweat of one`s brow| suo Marte . / aide-toi le ciel t`aidera [Fr-]| and still be doing| never done[Butler]| buen principio la mitad es hecha [Spanish]| cosa ben fatta e`fatta due volie [Italian]| it is better to wear out than to rust out [Bp . / Hornel]| labor omnia vincit [Lat-] [Vergil]| labor| wide as theearth| has its summit in Heaven [Carlyle]| le travail du corps delivredes peines de l`esprit [Fr-]| manu forti [Lat-]| ora et labora [Lat-] . / Repose repose| rest| silken repose| sleep . / relaxation| breathing time| halt| stay| pause (cessation) |respite . / day of rest| dies non| Sabbath| Lord`s day| holiday| red-letterday| vacation| recess . / repose| rest| rest and be thankful| take a rest| take one`s ease|take it easy . / relax| unbend| slacken| take breath (refresh) | rest uponone`s oars| pause (cease) | stay one`s hand . / lie down| recline| recline on a bed of down| recline on an easychair| go to rest| go to bed| go to sleep . / take a holiday| shut up shop| lie fallow (inaction) . / reposing v . / [of people]| relaxed unstrained . / [of materials and people] unstressed . / at rest . / The best of men have ever loved repose [Thompson]| to repair ournature with comforting repose [Henry VIII] . / Fatigue fatigue| weariness | yawning| drowsiness | lassitude| tiredness| fatigation| exhaustion| sweat| dyspnoea . / anhelation| shortness of breath| faintness| collapse| prostration|swoon| fainting| deliquium [Lat-]| syncope| lipothymy| goneness . / be fatigued | yawn (get sleepy) | droop| sink| flag|lose breath| lose wind| gasp| pant| puff| blow| drop| swoon| faint|succumb . / fatigue| tire| weary| irk| flag| jade| harass| exhaust| knock up|wear out| prostrate . / tax| task| strain| overtask| overwork| overburden| overtax|overstrain . / fatigued| tired weary | drowsy | drooping haggard| toilworn| wayworn:| footsore| surbated| weather-beaten|faint| done up| used up| knocked up| bushed [U . / S]| exhausted|prostrate| spent| overtired| overspent| overfatigued| unrefreshed|unrestored . / worn| worn out| battered| shattered| pulled down| seedy| altered . / breathless| windless| short of breath| out of breath| short ofwind| blown| puffing and blowing| short-breathed| anhelose| brokenwinded| short-winded| dyspnaeal| dyspnaeic . / ready to drop| all in| more dead than alive| dog-weary| walked offone`s legs| tired to death| on one`s last legs| played out| hors decombat [Fr-] . / fatiguing tiresome| irksome| wearisome| weary| trying . / Refreshment bracing recovery of strength|recuperation | restoration| revival | repair| refection|refocillation| refreshment| regalement| bait| relief . / break| spell . / refreshment stand| refreshments| [Refreshments]| ice cream| coldsoda| soda pop| hot dogs (food) . / brace (strengthen) | reinvigorate| air| freshen up| refresh|recruit| repair (restore) | fan| refocillate| refresh the innerman . / breathe| respire| drink in the ozone| take a break| take abreather| take five| draw breath| take a deep breath| take breath|gather breath| take a long breath| regain breath| recover breath| getbetter| raise one`s head| recover one`s strength| regain one`sstrength| renew one`s strength | perk up| get one`s second wind . / come to oneself (revive) | feel refreshed| feel like a giantrefreshed . / refreshing recuperative . / refreshed untired| unwearied . / Agent doer| actor| agent| performer| perpetrator| operator|executor| executrix| practitioner| worker| stager . / bee| ant| working bee| termite| white ant| laboring oar| servantof all work| factotum . / workman| artisan| craftsman| handicraftsman| mechanic| operative|working man| laboring man| demiurgus| hewers of wood and drawers ofwater| laborer| navvy| hand| man| day laborer| journeyman| charwoman|hack| mere tool | beast of burden| drudge| fag| lumper|roustabout . / maker| artificer| artist| wright| manufacturer| architect|builder| mason| bricklayer| smith| forger| Vulcan| carpenter| ganger|platelayer| blacksmith| locksmith| sailmaker| wheelwright . / machinist| mechanician| engineer . / sempstress| semstress| seamstress| needlewoman| workwoman|tailor| cordwainer . / minister (instrument) | servant | representative (commissioner) | (deputy) . / coworker| party to| participator in| particeps criminis [Lat-]|dramatis personae [Lat-]| personnel . / quorum pars magna fui [Lat-] [Vergil]| faber est quisque fortunaesuae [Lat-] . / Workshop workshop| workhouse| workplace| shop| place ofbusiness| manufactory| mill| plant| works| factory| cabinet| studio|office| branch office bureau| atelier . / [specific types of workplace: list]| hive| hive of industry|nursery| hothouse| hotbed| kitchen| mint| forge| loom| dock| dockyard|alveary| armory| laboratory| lab| research institute| refinery|cannery| power plant| beauty parlor| beehive| bindery| forcing pit|nailery| usine| slip| yard| wharf| foundry| foundery| furnace|vineyard| crucible| alembic| caldron| matrix . / at work| at the office| at the shop| working . / Complex Voluntary Action Conduct conduct [actions of an individual agent]| behavior|deportment| comportment| carriage| maintien| demeanor| guise| bearing|manner| observance . / dealing| transaction (action) | business . / tactics| game| game plan| policy| polity| generalship|statesmanship| seamanship| strategy| strategics| plan . / management| husbandry| housekeeping| housewifery| stewardship|menage| regime| economy| economics| political economy| government (direction) . / execution| manipulation| treatment| campaign| career| life|course| walk| race| record . / course of conduct| line of conduct| line of action| line ofproceeding| role| process| ways| practice| procedure| modus operandi|MO| method of operating| method | path . / transact [cause to occur]| execute| despatch| dispatch| proceedwith| discharge| carry on| carry through| carry out| carry into effect|put into effect| work out| go through| get through| enact| put intopractice| do | officiate . / bear oneself| behave oneself| comport oneself| demean oneself|carry oneself| conduct oneself| acquit oneself . / run a race| lead a life| play a game| take a course| adopt acourse| steer one`s course| shape one`s course| play one`s paint| playone`s cards| shift for oneself| paddle one`s own canoe| bail one`s ownboat . / conduct| manage| supervise (direct) . / participate . / deal with| have to do with| treat| handle a case| take steps| takemeasures . / conducting strategical| businesslike| practical| executive . / Direction direction| management| managery| government|gubernation| conduct| legislation| regulation| guidance| bossism[U . / S]| legislature| steerage| pilotage| reins| reins of government|helm| rudder| needle| compass| guiding star| load star| lode star| polestar| cynosure . / supervision| superintendence| surveillance| oversight| eye of themaster| control| charge| board of control (council) | command (authority) . / premiership| senatorship| director | chair| portfolio . / statesmanship| statecraft| kingcraft| queencraft . / ministry| ministration| administration| stewardship| proctorship|agency . / [person who directs] director . / direct| manage| govern| conduct| order| prescribe| cut out work for|bead| lead| lead the way| show the way| take the lead| lead on|regulate| guide| steer| pilot| tackle| take the helm| be at the helm|have the reins| handle the reins| hold the reins| take the reins|drive| tool . / superintend| supervise| overlook| control| keep in order| lookafter| see to| legislate for| administer| ministrate| matronize| havethe care of| have the charge of| be in charge of| have charge of| takethe direction| boss| boss one around| pull the strings| pull the wires|rule (command) | have the direction| hold office| hold theportfolio| preside| preside at the board| take the chair| occupy thechair| be in the chair| pull the stroke oar . / directing hegemonic . / at the helm| at the head of . / Director director| manager| governor| rector| comptroller . / superintendent| supervisor| straw boss| intendant| overseer|overlooker| supercargo| husband| inspector| visitor| ranger| surveyor|aedile| moderator| monitor| taskmaster| master | leader|ringleader| demagogue| corypheus| conductor| fugleman| precentor|bellwether| agitator| caporal| choregus| collector| file leader|flugelman| linkboy . / guiding star (guidance) | adviser | guide (information) | pilot| helmsman| steersman| steermate| wire-puller . / driver| whip| Jehu| charioteer| coachman| carman| cabman|postilion| vetturino| muleteer| arriero| teamster| whipper in . / head| head man| head center| boss| principal| president| speaker|chair| chairman| chairwoman| chairperson| captain (master) |superior| mayor (civil authority) | vice president| primeminister| premier| vizier| grand vizier| eparch . / officer| functionary| minister| official| red-tapist| bureaucrat|man in office| Jack in office| office bearer| person in authority statesman| strategist| legislator| lawgiver| politician| statist|statemonger| Minos| Draco| arbiter (judge) | boss [U . / S]|political dictator . / board (council) . / secretary| secretary of state| Reis Effendi| vicar (deputy)| steward| factor| agent | bailiff| middleman| foreman| clerkof works| landreeve| factotum| major-domo| seneschal| housekeeper|shepherd| croupier| proctor| procurator . / ex officio . / Advice advice| counsel| adhortation| word to the wise|suggestion| submonition| recommendation| advocacy| advisement . / exhortation (persuasion) | expostulation (dissuasion)| admonition (warning) | guidance (direction) . / instruction| charge| injunction| obtestation| Governor`s message|President`s message| King`s message| Queen`s speech| message| speechfrom the throne . / adviser| prompter| counsel| counselor| monitor| mentor| Nestor|magnus Apollo [Lat-]| senator| teacher . / guide| manual| chart (information) . / physician| doctor| leech| archiater . / arbiter (judge) . / reference| referment| consultation| conference| pourparler . / advise| counsel| give advice| give counsel| give a piece of advice[Fr-]| suggest| prompt| submonish| recommend| prescribe| advocate|exhort (persuade) . / enjoin| enforce| charge| instruct| call| call upon (request)| dictate . / expostulate (dissuade) | admonish (warn) . / advise with| lay heads together| consult together| compare notes|hold a council| deliberate| be closeted with . / confer| consult| refer to| call in| take advice| follow advice| beadvised by| have at one`s elbow| take one`s cue from . / recommendatory| hortative (persuasive) | dehortatory (dissuasive) [Obs]| admonitory (warning) . / Int . / go to!| give every man thine ear but few thy voice [Hamlet]| I pray theecease thy counsel [Much Ado About Nothing]| my guide| philosopher| andfriend [Pope]| `twas good advice and meant| my son be good [Crabbe]|verbum sat sapienti [Lat-]| a word to the wise is sufficient| vivememor leti [Lat-]| we| ask advice but we mean approbation [Colton] . / Council council| committee| subcommittee| comitia [Lat-]|court| chamber| cabinet| board| bench| staff . / senate| senatus [Lat-]| parliament| chamber of deputies|directory| reichsrath [Germ-]| rigsdag| cortes [Spanish]| storthing|witenagemote| junta| divan| musnud| sanhedrim| classis| Amphictyoniccouncil| duma [Rus]| house of representatives| legislative assembly|legislative council| riksdag| volksraad [Germ-]| witan| caput|consistory| chapter| syndicate| court of appeal (tribunal) |board of control| board of works| vestry| county council| local board . / audience chamber| council chamber| state chamber . / cabinet council| privy council| cockpit| convocation| synod|congress| convention| diet| states-general . / [formal gathering of members of a council: script] assembly|caucus| conclave| clique| conventicle| meeting| sitting| seance|conference| convention| exhibition| session| palaver| pourparler|durbar| house| quorum| council fire [U . / S]| powwow [U . / S]| primary[U . / S] . / meeting| assemblage . / [person who is member of a council] member| senator| member ofparliament| M . / P . / | councilor| representative of the people| assemblyman|congressman| councilman| councilwoman| alderman| freeholder . / assemble| gather together| meet (assemblage) | confer| caucus|hold council| huddle [Coll] . / senatorial| curule| congressional| parliamentary| legislative|law-making| regulatory| deliberative . / Precept precept| direction| instruction| charge| prescript|prescription| recipe| receipt| golden rule| maxim . / rule| canon| law| code| corpus juris [Lat-]| lex scripta [Lat-]|act| statute| rubric| stage direction| regulation| form| formula|formulary| technicality| canon law| norm . / order (command) . / Skill skill| skillfulness| address| dexterity|dexterousness| adroitness| expertness | proficiency| competence|technical competence| craft| callidity| facility| knack| trick|sleight| mastery| mastership| excellence| panurgy| ambidexterity|ambidextrousness| sleight of hand (deception) . / seamanship| airmanship| marksmanship| horsemanship| rope-dancing . / accomplishment| acquirement| attainment| art| science|technicality| technology| practical knowledge| technical knowledge . / knowledge of the world| world wisdom| savoir faire [Fr-]| tact|mother wit (sagacity) | discretion (caution) | finesse|craftiness (cunning) | management (conduct) | self-help . / cleverness| talent| ability| ingenuity| capacity| parts| talents|faculty| endowment| forte| turn| gift| genius| intelligence |sharpness| readiness (activity) | invention | aptness|aptitude| turn for| capacity for| genius for| felicity| capability|curiosa felicitas [Lat-]| qualification| habilitation . / proficient . / masterpiece| coup de maitre [Fr-]| chef d`euvre [Fr-]| tour deforce| good stroke (plan) . / be skillful | excel in| be master of| have a turn for know what`s what| know a hawk from a handsaw| know what one is about|know on which side one`s bread is buttered| know what`s o`clock| havecut one`s eye teeth| have cut one`s wisdom teeth . / see one`s way| see where the wind lies| see which way the windblows| have all one`s wits about one| have one`s hand in| savoir vivre[Fr-]| scire quid valeant humeri quid ferre recusent [Lat-] . / look after the main chance| cut one`s coat according to one`scloth| live by one`s wits| exercise one`s discretion| feather the oar|sail near the wind| stoop to conquer (cunning) | play one`s cardswell| play one`s best card| hit the right nail on the head| put thesaddle on the right horse . / take advantage of| make the most of| profit by (use) | makea hit (succeed) | make a virtue of necessity| make hay while thesun shines (occasion) . / skillful| dexterous| adroit| expert| apt| handy| quick| deft|ready| gain| slick| smart (active) | proficient| good at| up to|at home in| master of| a good hand at| au fait| thoroughbred| masterly|crack| accomplished| conversant (knowing) . / experienced| practiced| skilled| hackneyed| up in| well up in| inpractice| in proper cue| competent| efficient| qualified| capable|fitted| fit for| up to the mark| trained| initiated| prepared| primed|finished . / clever| cute| able| ingenious| felicitous| gifted| talented|endowed| inventive | shrewd| sharp| on the ball (intelligent)| cunning | alive to| up to snuff| not to be caught withchaff| discreet . / neat-handed| fine-fingered| nimble-fingered| ambidextrous| sure-footed| cut out for| fitted for . / technical| artistic| scientific| daedalian| shipshape| workmalike| business-like| statesmalike . / skillfully | well | artistically| with skill| withconsummate skill| secundum artem [Lat-]| suo Marte| to the best ofone`s abilities (exertion) . / ars celare artem [Lat-]| artes honorabit [Lat-]| celui qui veutcelui-la peut [Fr-]| c`est une grande habilite que de savoir cachersonhabilite [Fr-]| expertus metuit [Lat-] [Horace]| es bildet einTalent sich in der Stille sich ein Charakter in dem Strom der Welt[Germ-]| heart to conceive| the understanding to direct| or the hand toexecute| [Junius]| if you have lemons| make lemonade . / Unskillfulness unskillfulness | want of skill |incompetence| incompentency| inability| infelicity| indexterity|inexperience| disqualification| unproficiency| quackery . / folly| stupidity | indiscretion (rashness) |thoughtlessness (inattention) (neglect) | sabotage . / mismanagement| misconduct| impolicy| maladministration| misrule|misgovernment| misapplication| misdirection| misfeasance| petticoatgovernment . / absence of rule| rule of thumb| bungling failure |screw loose: too many cooks . / blunder (mistake) | etourderie gaucherie [Fr-]| act offolly| balourdise| botch| botchery| bad job| sad work . / sprat sent out to catch a whale| much ado about nothing| wild-goose chase . / bungler | fool . / be unskillful | not see an inch beyond one`s nose| blunder|bungle| boggle| fumble| botch| bitch| flounder| stumble| trip| hobble | put one`s foot in it| make a mess of| make hash of| make sadwork of| overshoot the mark . / play tricks with| play Puck| mismanage| misconduct| misdirect|misapply| missend . / stultify oneself| make a fool of oneself| commit oneself| actfoolishly| play the fool| put oneself out of court| lose control| losecontrol of oneself| lose one`s head| lose one`s cunning . / begin at the wrong end| do things by halves (not complete) |make two bites of a cherry| play at cross purposes| strain at a gnatand swallow a camel (caprice) | put the cart before the horse|lock the stable door when the horse is stolen (too late) . / not know what one is about| not know one`s own interest| not knowon which side one`s bread is buttered| stand in one`s own light|quarrel with one`s bread and butter| throw a stone in one`s own garden|kill the goose which lays the golden eggs| pay dear for one`s whistle|cut one`s own throat| bum one`s fingers| knock one`s head against astone wall| beat one`s head against a stone wall| fall into a trap|catch a Tartar| bring the house about one`s ears| have too many eggs inone basket (imprudent) | have too many irons in the fire . / mistake | take the shadow for the substance (credulity)| bark up the wrong tree| be in the wrong box| aim at a pigeon andkill a crow| take the wrong pig by the tail| get the wrong pig by thetail| get the wrong sow by the ear| get the dirty end of the stick| putthe saddle on the wrong horse| put a square peg into a round hole| putnew wine into old bottles . / cut blocks with a razor| hold a farthing candle to the sun (useless) | fight with a shadow| grasp at a shadow| catch at straws|lean on a broken reed| reckon without one`s host| pursue a wild goosechase| go on a fool`s goose chase| sleeveless errand| go further andfare worse| lose one`s way| miss one`s way| fail . / unskillful | inexpert| bungling awkward| clumsy|unhandy| lubberly| gauche| maladroit| left-handed| heavy-handed|slovenly| slatternly| gawky . / adrift| at fault . / inapt| unapt| inhabile [Fr-]| untractable| unteachable| giddy (inattentive) | inconsiderate (neglectful) | stupid |inactive | incompetent| unqualified| disqualified| ill-qualified|unfit| quackish| raw| green| inexperienced| rusty| out of practice . / unaccustomed| unused| untrained | uninitiated| unconversant (ignorant) [Obs]| shiftless| unstatesmanlike . / unadvised| ill-advised| misadvised| ill-devised| ill-imagined|ill-judged| ill-contrived| ill-conducted| unguided| misguided|misconducted| foolish| wild| infelicitous| penny wise and pound foolish (inconsistent) . / one`s fingers being all thumbs| the right hand forgets itscunning| il se noyerait dans une goutte d`eau [Fr-]| incidit in Scyllamqui vult vitare Charybdim [Lat-]| out of the frying pan into the fire|non omnia possumus omnes [Lat-] [Vergil] . / Proficient proficient| expert| adept| dab| dabster|crackerjack| connoisseur (scholar) | master| master hand| primadonna [Spanish]| first fiddle| top gun| chef de cuisine| top sawyer|protagonist| past master| mahatma . / picked man| medallist| prizeman . / veteran| old stager| old campaigner| old soldier| old file| oldhand| man of business| man of the world . / nice hand| good hand| clean hand| practiced hand| experienced eye|experienced hand| marksman| good shot| dead shot| crack shot|ropedancer| funambulist| acrobat| cunning man| conjuror (deceiver)| wizard . / genius| mastermind| master head| master spirit . / cunning blade| sharp blade| sharp fellow| jobber| cracksman (thief) [Obs]| politician| tactician| strategist . / pantologist| admirable Crichton| Jack of all trades| prodigy oflearning . / Bungler bungler| blunderer| blunderhead| marplot| fumbler|lubber| duffer| dauber| stick| bad hand| poor hand| poor shot|butterfingers . / no conjurer| flat| muff| slow coach| looby| lubber| swab| clod|yokel| awkward squad| blanc-bec| galoot . / land lubber| fresh water sailor| fair weather sailor| horsemarine| fish out of water| ass in lion`s skin| jackdaw in peacock`sfeathers| quack (deceiver) | lord of misrule . / sloven| slattern| trapes . / amateur| novice| greenhorn (learner) . / il n`a pas invente` la poudre [Fr-]| he will never set the Thameson fire| acierta errando [Lat-]| aliquis in omnibus nullus in singulis[Lat-] . / Cunning cunning| craft| cunningness| craftiness |subtlety| artificiality| maneuvering temporization|circumvention . / chicane| chicanery| sharp practice| knavery| jugglery| concealment | guile| doubling| duplicity (falsehood) | foul play . / diplomacy| politics| Machiavelism| jobbery| backstairs influence . / art| artifice| device| machination| plot (plan) | maneuver|stratagem| dodge| sidestep| artful dodge| wile| trick| trickery (deception) | ruse| ruse de guerre [Fr-]| finesse| side blow| thinend of the wedge| shift| go by| subterfuge| evasion| white lie (untruth) | juggle| tour de force| tricks of the trade| tricks upontravelers| espieglerie [Fr-]| net| trap . / Ulysses| Machiavel| sly boots| fox| reynard| Scotchman| Jew|Yankee| intriguer| intrigant| floater [U . / S]| Indian giver [U . / S]|keener [U . / S]| repeater [U . / S] . / be cunning | have cut one`s eyeteeth| contrive (plan) |live by one`s wits| maneuver| intrigue| gerrymander| finesse| double|temporize| stoop to conquer| reculer pour mieux sauter [Fr-]|circumvent| steal a march upon| overreach | throw off one`sguard| surprise | snatch a verdict| waylay| undermine| introducethe thin end of the wedge| play a deep game| play tricks with| ambiguasin vulgum spargere voces [Lat-]| flatter| make things pleasant| have anax to grind . / dodge| sidestep| bob and weave . / cunning| crafty| artful| skillful | subtle| feline| vulpine|cunning as a fox| cunning as a serpent| deep| deep laid| profound|designing| contriving| intriguing strategic| diplomatic|politic| Machiavelian| timeserving| artificial| tricky| tricksy| wily|sly| slim| insidious| stealthy| underhand (hidden) | subdolous|deceitful | slippery as an eel| evasive | crooked| arch|pawky| shrewd| acute| sharp| sharp as a tack| sharp as a needle|canny| astute| leery| knowing| up to snuff| too clever by half| not tobe caught with chaff . / tactful| diplomatic| politic| polite . / cunningly | slyly| slily| on the sly| by a side wind . / diamond cut diamond| a` bis ou a blanc [Fr-]| fin contre fin[Fr-]| something is rotten in the state of Denmark [Hamlet] . / Artlessness artlessness | nature| simplicity|innocence | bonhomie| naivete| abandon| candor| sincerity|singleness of purpose| singleness of heart| honesty | plainspeaking| epanchement [Fr-] . / rough diamond| matter of fact man| le palais de verite [Fr-]|enfant terrible [Fr-] . / be artless | look one in the face| wear one`s heart upon hissleeves for daws to peck at| think aloud| speak out| speak one`s mind|be free with one| call a spade a spade . / artless| natural| pure| native| confiding| simple| lain|inartificial| untutored| unsophisticated| ingenu| unaffected| naive|sincere| frank| open| open as day| candid| ingenuous| guileless|unsuspicious| honest | innocent | Arcadian| undesigning|straightforward| unreserved| aboveboard| simple-minded| single-minded|frank-hearted| opehearted| single-hearted| simple-hearted . / free-spoken| plaispoken| outspoken| blunt| downright| direct|matter of fact| unpoetical| unflattering . / in plain words| in plain English| without mincing the matter| notto mince the matter (affirmation) . / Davus sum non Oedipus [Lat-] [Terence]| liberavi animam meam[Lat-]| as frank as rain on cherry blossoms [E . / B . / Browning] . / difficulty| hardness | impracticability (impossibility) | tough work| hard work| uphill work| hard task|Herculean task| Augean task| task of Sisyphus| Sisyphean labor| toughjob| teaser| rasper| dead lift . / dilemma| embarrassment| deadlock| perplexity (uncertainty) |intricacy| entanglement| complexity | cross fire| awkwardness|delicacy| ticklish card to play| knot| Gordian knot| dignus vindicenodus [Lat-]| net| meshes| maze| coil (convolution) | crookedpath| involvement . / nice point| delicate point| subtle point| knotty point| vexedquestion| vexata quaestio [Lat-]| poser| puzzle (riddle) |paradox| hard nut to crack| nut to crack| bone to pick| crux| ponsasinorum [Lat-]| where the shoe pinches . / nonplus| quandary| strait| pass| pinch| pretty pass| stress|brunt| critical situation| crisis| trial| rub| emergency| exigency|scramble . / scrape| hobble| slough| quagmire| hot water| hornet`s nest| sea oftroubles| peck of troubles| pretty kettle of fish| pickle| stew|imbroglio| mess| ado| false position . / set fast| stand| standstill| deadlock| dead set . / fix| horns of a dilemma| cul de sac [Fr-]| hitch| stumbling block (hindrance) . / [difficult person] crab| curmudgeon . / be difficult | run one hard| go against the grain| try one`spatience| put one out| put to one`s shifts| put to one`s wit`s end| gohard with one| try one| pose| perplex (uncertain) | bother|nonplus| gravel| bring to a deadlock| be impossible | be in theway of (hinder) . / meet with difficulties| labor under difficulties| get intodifficulties| plunge into difficulties| struggle with difficulties|contend with difficulties| grapple with difficulties| labor under adisadvantage| be in difficulty . / fish in troubled waters| buffetthe waves| swim against the stream| scud under bare poles . / Have much ado with| have a hard time of it| come to the push| cometo the pinch| bear the brunt . / grope in the dark| lose one`s way| weave a tangled web| walk amongeggs . / get into a scrape n . / | bring a hornet`s nest about one`s ears|be put to one`s shifts| flounder| boggle| struggle| not know which wayto turn (uncertain) | perdre son Latin [Fr-]| stick at| stick inthe mud| stick fast| come to a stand| come to a standstill| come to adeadlock| hold the wolf by the ears| hold the tiger by the tail . / render difficult | enmesh| encumber| embarrass| ravel|entangle| put a spoke in the wheel (hinder) | lead a prettydance . / difficult| not easy| hard| tough| troublesome| toilsome| irksome|operose| laborious| onerous| arduous| Herculean| formidable| soonersaid than done| more easily said than done| easier said than done . / difficult to deal with| hard to deal with| ill-conditioned|crabbed| crabby| not to be handled with kid gloves| not made with rosewater . / awkward| unwieldy| unmanageable| intractable| stubborn (obstinate) | perverse| refractory| plaguy| trying| thorny| rugged|knotted| knotty| invious| pathless| trackless| labyrinthine (convoluted) | intricate| complicated (tangled) | impracticable (impossible) | not feasible | desperate (hopeless) . / embarrassing| perplexing (uncertain) | delicate| ticklish|critical| beset with difficulties| full of difficulties| surrounded bydifficulties| entangled by difficulties| encompassed with difficulties . / under a difficulty| in a box| in difficulty| in hot water| in thesuds| in a cleft stick| in a fix| in the wrong box| in a scrape n . / |in deep water| in a fine pickle| in extremis| between two stools|between Scylla and Charybdis| surrounded by shoals| surrounded bybreakers| surrounded by quicksands| at cross purposes| not out of thewood . / reduced to straits| hard pressed| sorely pressed| run hard|pinched| put to it| straitened| hard up| hard put to it| hard set| putto one`s shifts| puzzled| at a loss| (uncertain) | at the end ofone`s tether| at the end of one`s rope| at one`s wit`s end| at anonplus| at a standstill| graveled| nonplused| nonplussed| stranded|aground| stuck fast| set fast| up a tree| at bay| aux abois [Fr-]|driven into a corner| driven from pillar to post| driven to extremity|driven to one`s wit`s end| driven to the wall| au bout de son Latin|out of one`s depth| thrown out . / accomplished with difficulty| hard-fought| hard-earned . / with difficulty| with much ado| barely| hardly | uphill|against the stream| against the grain| d rebours [Fr-]| invita Minerva[Lat-]| in the teeth of| at a pinch| upon a pinch| at long odds|against long odds . / ay there`s the rub [Hamlet]| hic labor hoc opus [Lat-] [Vergil]|things are come to a pretty pass| ab inconvenienti [Lat-]| ad astra peraspera [Lat-]| acun chemin de fleurs ne conduit a la gloire [Fr-] . / Facility facility| ease| easiness | capability|feasibility (practicability) | flexibility| pliancy |smoothness . / plain sailing| smooth sailing| straight sailing| mere child`splay| holiday task| cinch [U . / S] . / smooth water| fair wind| smooth royal road| clear coast| clearstage| tabula rasa [Lat-]| full play (freedom) . / disencumbrance| disentanglement| deoppilation| permission . / simplicity| lack of complication . / be easy | go on smoothly| run smoothly| have full play n . / |go on all fours| run on all fours| obey the helm| work well . / flow with the stream| swim with the stream| drift with the stream|go with the stream| flow with the tide| drift with the tide| see one`sway| have all one`s own way| have the game in one`s own hands| walkover the course| win at a canter| make light of| make nothing of| makeno bones of . / be at home in| make it look easy| do it with one`s eyes closed| doit in one`s sleep (skillful) . / render easy | facilitate| smooth| ease| popularize|lighten| lighten the labor| free| clear| disencumber| disembarrass|disentangle| disengage| deobstruct| unclog| extricate| unravel| untiethe knot| cut the knot| disburden| unload| exonerate| emancipate| freefrom| deoppilate| humor (aid) | lubricate | relieve . / leave a hole to creep out of| leave a loophole| leave the matteropen| give the reins to| give full play| give full swing| make way for|open the door to| open the way| prepare the ground| smooth the ground|clear the ground| open the way| open the path| open the road| pave theway| bridge over| permit . / easy| facile| feasible (practicable) | easily managed|easily accomplished| within reach| accessible| easy of access| for themillion| open to . / manageable| wieldy| towardly| tractable| submissive| yielding|ductile| suant| pliant (soft) | glib| slippery| smooth | onfriction wheels| on velvet . / unembarrassed| disburdened| unburdened| disencumbered|unencumbered| disembarrassed| exonerated| unloaded| unobstructed|untrammeled| unrestrained (free) | at ease| light . / [able to do easily] at home with| quite at home| in one`s element|in smooth water| skillful | accustomed . / easily | readily| smoothly| swimmingly| on easy terms|single-handed . / touch and go . / Active Antagonism Hindrance prevention| preclusion| obstruction| stoppage|embolus| embolism [Med]| infarct [Med]| interruption| interception|interclusion| hindrance| impedition| retardment| retardation|embarrassment| oppilation| coarctation| stricture| restriction|restraint | inhibition | blockade (closure) . / interference| interposition| obtrusion| discouragement|discountenance . / impediment| let| obstacle| obstruction| knot| knag| check| hitch|contretemps| screw loose| grit in the oil . / bar| stile| barrier| [barrier to vehicles] turnstile| turnpike|gate| portcullis . / beaver dam| trocha| barricade (defense) | wall| dead wall|sea wall| levee breakwater| groyne| bulkhead| block| buffer| stopper | boom| dam| weir| burrock . / drawback| objection| stumbling-block| stumbling-stone| lion in thepath| snag| snags and sawyers . / encumbrance| incumbrance| clog| skid| shoe| spoke| drag| dragchain| drag weight| stay| stop| preventive| prophylactic| load| burden|fardel| onus| millstone round one`s neck| impedimenta| dead weight|lumber| pack| nightmare| Ephialtes| incubus| old man of the sea|remora . / difficulty | insuperable | obstacle| estoppel [Law]|ill wind| head wind (opposition) | trammel| tether (means ofrestraint) | hold back| counterpoise . / [person who hinders] damper| wet blanket| hinderer| marplot|killjoy| party pooper [Coll]| party crasher| interloper . / trail of a red herring| opponent . / hinder| impede| filibuster [U . / S]| impedite| embarrass . / keep off| stave off| ward off| obviate| avert| antevert| turnaside| draw off| prevent| forefend| nip in the bud| retard| slacken|check| let| counteract| countercheck| preclude| debar| foreclose| estop[Law]| inhibit | shackle (restrain) | restrict . / obstruct| stop| stay| bar| bolt| lock| block| block up| choke off|belay| barricade| block the way| bar the way| stop the way| forelay|dam up (close) | put on the brake n . / | scotch the wheel| lockthe wheel| put a spoke in the wheel| put a stop to | traverse|contravene| interrupt| intercept| oppose | hedge in| hedge round|cut off| inerclude . / interpose| interfere| intermeddle . / cramp| hamper| clog| clog the wheels| cumber| encumber| incumber|handicap| choke| saddle with| load with| overload| lay| lumber|trammel| tie one`s hands| put to inconvenience| incommode| discommode|discompose| hustle| corner| drive into a corner . / run foul of| fall foul of| cross the path of| break in upon . / thwart| frustrate| disconcert| balk| foil| faze| feaze| feeze[U . / S]| baffle| snub| override| circumvent| defeat | spike guns (render useless) | spoil| mar| clip the wings of| cripple (injure) | put an extinguisher on| damp| dishearten (dissuade)| discountenance| throw cold water on| spoil sport| lay a wetblanket| throw a wet blanket on| cut the ground from under one| takethe wind out of one`s sails| undermine| be in the way of| stand in theway of| act as a drag| hang like a millstone round one`s neck . / hindering obstructive| obstruent| impeditive| impedient|intercipient| prophylactic (remedial) | impedimentary . / in the way of| unfavorable| onerous| burdensome| cumbrous|cumbersome| obtrusive . / hindered windbound| waterlogged| heavy laden| hard pressed . / unassisted (assist) | single-handed| alone| deserted occurrent nubes [Lat-] . / Aid aid| aidance| assistance| help| opitulation| succor|support| lift| advance| furtherance| promotion| coadjuvancy (cooperation) [Obs] . / patronage| championship| countenance| favor| interest| advocacy . / sustentation| subvention| alimentation| nutrition| nourishment|eutrophy| manna in the wilderness| food | means . / ministry| ministration| subministration| accommodation . / relief| rescue| help at a dead lift| supernatural aid| deus exmachina [Lat-] . / supplies| reinforcements| reenforcements| succors| contingents|recruits| support (physical) | adjunct| ally (helper) . / aid| assist| help| succor| lend one`s aid| come to the aid of| contribute| subscribe to| bring aid| give aid| furnish aid| affordaid| supply aid n . / | give a helping hand| stretch a hand| lend ahelping hand| lend a hand| bear a helping hand| hold out a hand| holdout a helping hand| give one a life| give one a cast| give one a turn|take by the hand| take in tow| help a lame dog over a stile| lend wingsto . / relieve| rescue| set up| set agoing| set on one`s legs| bearthrough| pull through| give new life to| be the making of| reinforce|reenforce| recruit| set forward| put forward| push forward| give alift| give a shove| give an impulse to| promote| further| forward|advance expedite| speed| quicken| hasten . / support| sustain| uphold| prop| hold up| bolster . / cradle| nourish| nurture| nurse| dry nurse| suckle| put out tonurse| manure| cultivate| force| foster| cherish| foment| feed theflame| fan the flame . / serve| do service to| tender to| pander to| administer to|subminister to| minister to| tend| attend| wait on| take care of | entertain| smooth the bed of death . / oblige| accommodate| consult the wishes of| humor| cheer|encourage . / second| stand by| back| back up| pay the piper| abet| work for|make interest for| stick up for| take up the cudgels for| take up thecause of| espouse the cause of| adopt the cause of| advocate| beat upfor recruits| press into the service| squire| give moral support to|keep in countenance| countenance| patronize| lend oneself to| lendone`s countenance to| smile upon| shine upon| favor| befriend| take inhand| enlist under the banners of| side with (cooperate) . / be of use to| subserve (instrument) | benefit | rendera service (utility) | conduce (tend) . / aiding auxiliary| adjuvant| helpful| coadjuvant [Obs]| subservient| ministrant| ancillary| accessory| subsidiary . / at one`s beck| at one`s beck and call| friendly| amicable|favorable| propitious| well-disposed| neighborly| obliging (benevolent) . / with the aid| by the aid of | on behalf of| in behalf of| in aidof| in the service of| in the name of| in favor of| in furtherance of|on account of| for the sake of| on the part of| non obstante [Lat-] . / Int . / help!| save us!| to the rescue!| alterum alterius auxilio eget [Lat-] [Sallust]| God befriend us asour cause is just [Henry IV]| at your service . / Opposition opposition| antagonism| oppugnancy| oppugnation|impugnation| contrariety| contravention| counteraction |counterplot . / cross fire| undercurrent| head wind . / clashing| collision| conflict . / competition| two of a trade| rivalry| emulation| race . / absence of aid | resistance | restraint |hindrance . / oppose| counteract| run counter to| withstand (resist) |control (restrain) | hinder | antagonize| oppugn| fly inthe face of| go dead against| kick against| fall afoul of| run afoulof| set against| pit against| face| confront| cope with| make a stand|make a dead set against| set oneself against| set one`s face against|protest against| vote against| raise one`s voice against| disfavor|turn one`s back upon| set at naught| slap in the face| slam the door inone`s face . / be at cross purposes| play at cross purposes| counterwork|countermine| thwart| overthwart| work against| undermine . / stem| breast| encounter| stem the tide| breast the tide| stem thecurrent| stem the flood| buffet the waves| beat up against| make headagainst| grapple with| kick against the pricks (resist) | contend | do battle with (warfare) | do battle against . / contradict| contravene| belie| go against| run against| beatagainst| militate against| come in conflict with . / emulate (compete) | rival| spoil one`s trade . / opposing| opposed adverse| antagonistic| contrary | atvariance | at issue| at war with . / unfavorable| unfriendly| hostile| inimical| cross| unpropitious . / in hostile array| front to front| with crossed bayonets| atdaggers drawn| up in arms| resistant . / competitive| emulous . / against| versus| counter to| in conflict with| at cross purposes . / against the grain| against the current| against the stream|against the wind| against the tide| with a headwind| with the windahead| with the wind in one`s teeth . / in spite| in despite| in defiance| in the way| in the teeth of| inthe face of| across| athwart| overthwart| where the shoe pinches| inspite of one`s teeth . / though | even| quand meme [Fr-]| per contra . / nitor in adversum [Lat-] . / Cooperation cooperation| coadjuvancy| coadjutancy|coagency| coefficiency| concert| concurrence| complicity|participation| union | additivity| combination | collusion . / association| alliance| colleagueship| joint stock| copartnership|cartel| confederation (party) | coalition| fusion| a long pull astrong pull and a pull all together| logrolling| freemasonry . / unanimity (assent) | esprit de corps| party spirit|clanship| partisanship| concord . / synergy| coaction . / cooperate| concur| coact| synergize . / conduce | combine| unite one`s efforts| keep together| drawtogether| pull together| club together| hand together| hold together|league together| band together| be banded together| pool| standshoulder to shoulder| put shoulder to shoulder| act in concert| joinforces| fraternize| cling to one another| conspire| concert| lay one`sheads together| confederate| be in league with| collude| understand oneanother| play into the hands of| hunt in couples . / side with| take side with| go along with| go hand in hand with|join hands with| make common cause with| strike in with| unite with|join with| mix oneself up with| take part with| cast in one`s lot with|join partnership| enter into partnership with| rally round| follow thelead of| come to| pass over to| come into the views of| be in the sameboat| row in the same boat| sail in the same boat| sail on the sametack . / be a party to| lend oneself to| chip in| participate| have a handin| have a finger in the pie| take part in| bear part in| second (aid) | take the part of| play the game of| espouse a cause| espousea quarrel . / cooperating in cooperation n . / | in league (party) |coadjuvant| coadjutant| dyed in the wool| cooperative| additive|participative| coactive| synergetic| synergistic . / favorable to | unopposed . / as one (unanimously) | shoulder to shoulder|synergistically| cooperatively . / due teste valgono piu che una sola [Italian] . / Opponent opponent| antagonist| adversary| adverse party|opposition| enemy | the other side| assailant . / oppositionist| obstructive| brawler| wrangler| brangler|disputant| filibuster [U . / S]| obstructionist . / malcontent| Jacobin| Fenian| demagogue| reactionist . / rival| competitor . / bete noir [Fr-] . / Auxiliary auxiliary| recruit| assistant| adjuvant| adjutant|ayudante| coaid| adjunct| help| helper| help mate| helping hand|midwife| colleague| partner| mate| confrere| cooperator| coadjutor|coadjutrix| collaborator . / ally| friend | confidant| fidus Achates [Lat-]| pal| buddy|alter ego . / [criminal law] confederate| accomplice| complice| accessory|accessory after the fact| particeps criminis [Lat-]| socius criminis[Lat-] . / aide-de-camp| secretary| clerk| associate| marshal| right-hand|right-hand man| Friday| girl Friday| man Friday| gopher| gofer| candle-holder| bottle-holder| handmaid| servant | puppet| cat`s-paw|jackal . / tool| dupe| stooge| ame damnee [Fr-]| satellite| adherent . / votary| sectarian| secretary| seconder| backer| upholder| abettor|advocate| partisan| champion| patron| friend at court| mediator| angel(theater| entertainment) . / friend in need| Jack at a pinch| deus ex machina [Lat-]| guardianangel| tutelary genius . / Party party| faction| side| denomination| communion| set|crew| band . / horde| posse| phalanx| family| clan| | team| tong . / council . / community| body| fellowship| sodality| solidarity| confraternity|familistere| familistery| brotherhood| sisterhood . / knot| gang| clique| ring| circle| group| crowd| icrowd| coterie|club| casino| machine| Tammany| Tammany Hall [U . / S] . / corporation| corporate body| guild| establishment| company|copartnership| partnership| firm| house| joint concern| joint-stockcompany| cahoot| combine [U . / S]| trust . / society| association| institute| institution| union| trades union|league| syndicate| alliance| Verein [Germ-]| Bund [Germ-]| Zollverein [Germ-]|combination| Turnverein [Germ-]| league offensive and defensive| allianceoffensive and defensive| coalition| federation| confederation|confederacy| junto| cabal| camarilla| camorra| brigue| freemasonry|party spirit (cooperation) . / Confederates| Conservatives| Democrats| Federalists| Federals|Freemason| Knight Templar| Kuklux| Kuklux Klan| KKK| Liberals|Luddites| Republicans| Socialists| Tories| Whigs staff| dramatispersonae [Lat-] . / unite| join| club together (cooperate) | cement a party| forma party n . / | associate (assemble) | enleague| federalize| gocahoots . / in league| in partnership| in alliance bonded together|banded together| linked (joined) | joined together| embattled|confederated| federative| joint . / hand in hand| side by side| shoulder to shoulder| en masse| in thesame boat . / Discord disagreement | discord| disaccord| dissidence|dissonance| jar| clash| shock| jarring| jostling screw loose . / variance| difference| dissension| misunderstanding| crosspurposes| odds| brouillerie [Fr-]| division| split| rupture|disruption| division in the camp| house divided against itself|disunion| breach| schism (dissent) | feud| faction . / quarrel| dispute| tiff| tracasserie| squabble| altercation| barney[Slang]| demel_e| snarl| spat| towrow| words| high words| wrangling jangle| brabble| cross questions and crooked answers| snip-snap|family jars . / polemics| litigation| strife (contention) | warfare |outbreak| open rupture| declaration of war . / broil| brawl| row| racket| hubbub| rixation| embroilment|embranglement| imbroglio| fracas| breach of the peace| piece of work[Fr-]| scrimmage| rumpus| breeze| squall| riot| disturbance (disorder) | commotion (agitation) | bear garden| Donnybrook|Donnybrook Fair . / subject of dispute| ground of quarrel| battle ground| disputedpoint| bone of contention| bone to pick| apple of discord| casus belli[Lat-]| question at issue (subject of inquiry) | vexed question|vexata quaestio [Lat-]| brand of discord . / troublous times| cat-and-dog life| contentiousness | enmity | hate | Kilkenny cats| disputant | strangebedfellows . / be discordant | disagree| come amiss | clash| jar|jostle| pull different ways| conflict| have no measures with|misunderstand one another| live like cat and dog| differ| dissent | have a bone to pick| have a crow to pluck with . / fall out| quarrel| dispute| litigate| controvert (deny) |squabble| wrangle| jangle| brangle| bicker| nag| spar (contend) |have words with| fall foul of . / split| break with| break squares with| part company with| declarewar| try conclusions| join issue| put in issue| pick a quarrel| fastena quarrel on| sow dissension| stir up dissension n . / | embroil|entangle| disunite| widen the breach| set at odds| set together by theears| set against| pit against . / get into hot water| fish in troubled waters| brawl| kick up a row|kick up a dust| turn the house out of window . / discordant| disagreeing out of tune| ajar| on bad terms|dissentient | unreconciled| unpacified| contentious . / quarrelsome| unpacific| gladiatorial| controversial| polemic|disputatious| factious| litigious| litigant| pettifogging . / at odds| at loggerheads| at daggers drawn| at variance| at issue|at cross purposes| at sixes and sevens| at feud| at high words| up inarms| together by the ears| in hot water| embroiled . / torn| disunited . / quot homines tot sententiae [Lat-] [Terence]| no love lost betweenthem| non nostrum tantas componere lites [Lat-] [Vergil]| Mars graviorsub pace latet [Lat-] [Claudius] . / Concord concord| accord| harmony| symphony| homologue|agreement | sympathy| empathy (love) | response| union|unison| unity| bonds of harmony| peace | unanimity (assent)| league | happy family . / rapprochement| reunion| amity (friendship) | alliance|entente cordiale [Fr-]| good understanding| conciliation| peacemaker|intercessor| mediator . / agree | accord| harmonize with| fraternize| be concordant | go hand in hand| run parallel (concur) | understand oneanother| pull together (cooperate) | put up one`s horsestogether| sing in chorus . / side with| sympathize with| go with| chime in with| fall in with|come round| be pacified | assent | empathize with| enterinto the ideas of| enter into the feelings of| reciprocate . / hurler avec les loups [Fr-]| go with the stream| swim with thestream . / keep in good humor| render accordant| put in tune| come to anunderstanding| meet halfway| keep the peace| remain at peace . / concordant| congenial| agreeing in accord n . / |harmonious| united| cemented| banded together | allied| friendly | fraternal| conciliatory| at one with| of one mind (assent) at peace| in still water| tranquil (pacific) . / with one voice (assent) | in concert with| hand in hand| onone`s side . / commune periculum concordiam parit [Lat-] . / Defiance defiance| daring dare| challenge| cartel|threat | war cry| war whoop . / chest-beating| chest-thumping| saber rattling . / defy| dare| beard| brave (courage) | bid defiance to| set atdefiance| set at naught| hurl defiance at| dance the war dance| beatthe war drums| snap the fingers at| laugh to scorn| disobey . / show fight| show one`s teeth| show a bold front| bluster| lookbig| stand akimbo| beat one`s chest| double the fist| shake the fist|threaten . / challenge| call out| throw down the gauntlet| fling down thegauntlet| fling down the gage| fling down the glove| throw down theglove . / defiant| defying with `with arms akimbo` . / in defiance of| in the teeth of| under one`s very nose . / Int . / do your worst!| come if you dare!| come on!| marry come up!| hoitytoity!| noli me tangere [Lat-]| nemo me impune lacessit [Lat-]| don`ttread on me| don`t you dare| don`t even think of it| Go ahead| make myday! [Dirty Harry] . / Attack attack| assault| assault and battery| onset|onslaught| charge . / aggression| offense| incursion| inroad| invasion| irruption|outbreak| estrapade| ruade| coupe de main| sally| sortie| camisade|raid| foray| run at| run against| dead set at . / storm| storming| boarding| escalade| siege| investment|obsession| bombardment| cannonade . / fire| volley| platoon fire| file fire| fusillade| sharpshooting|broadside| raking fire| cross fire| volley of grapeshot| whiff of thegrape| feu d`enfer [Fr-] . / cut| thrust| lunge| pass| passado| carte and tierce [Fr-]| homethrust| coupe de bec [Fr-]| kick| punch (impulse) . / battue| razzia| Jacquerie| dragonnade| devastation |eboulement [Fr-] . / assailant| aggressor| invader . / base of operations| point of attack| echelon . / attack| assault| assail| invade| set upon| fall upon| charge|impugn| break a lance with| enter the lists . / assume the offensive| take the offensive| be the aggressor| becomethe aggressor| strike the first blow| draw first blood| throw the firststone at| lift a hand against| draw the sword against| take up thecudgels| advance against| march against| march upon| harry| come on|show fight . / strike at| poke at| thrust at| aim a blow at| deal a blow at| giveone a blow| fetch one a blow| fetch one a kick| give one a kick| have acut at| have a shot at| take a cut at| take a shot at| have a fling at|have a shy at| be down upon| pounce upon| fall foul of| pitch into|launch out against| bait| slap on the face| make a thrust at| make apass at| make a set at| make a dead set at| bear down upon . / close with| come to close quarters| bring to bay . / ride full tilt against| attack tooth and nail| go at hammer andtongs . / let fly at| dash at| run a tilt at| rush at| tilt at| run at| flyat| hawk at| have at| let out at| make a dash| make a rush at| strikehome| drive one hard| press one hard| be hard upon| run down| strike atthe root of . / lay about one| run amuck . / aim at| draw a bead on [U . / S] . / fire upon| fire at| fire a shot at| shoot at| pop at| level at|let off a gun at| open fire| pepper| bombard| shell| pour a broadsideinto| fire a volley| fire red-hot shot| spring a mine . / throw a stone| throw stones at| stone| lapidate| pelt| hurl at|hurl against| hurl at the head of| rock beset [U . / S]| besiege|beleaguer| lay siege to| invest| open the trenches| plant a battery|sap| mine| storm| board| scale the walls . / cut and thrust| bayonet| butt| kick| strike (impulse) | whip (punish) . / [attack verbally] assail| impugn| malign (detract) . / bomb| rocket| blast . / attacking aggressive| offensive| obsidional . / up in arms . / on the offensive . / Int . / up and at them! the din of arms| the yell of savage rage| the shriek of agony| thegroan of death [Southey]| their fatal hands no second stroke intend[Paradise Lost]| thirst for glory quells the love of life [Addison] . / Defense defense| protection| guard| ward| shielding propugnation| preservation | guardianship . / area defense| site defense . / self-defense| self-preservation| resistance . / safeguard (safety) | balistraria| bunker| screen (shelter) | camouflage (concealment) | fortification|munition| muniment| trench| foxhole| bulwark| fosse| moat| ditch|entrenchment| intrenchment| kila| dike| dyke| parapet| sunk fence|embankment| mound| mole| bank| sandbag| revetment| earth work| field-work| fence| wall dead wall| contravallation| paling (inclosure)| palisade| haha| stockade| stoccado| laager| sangar| barrier|barricade| boom| portcullis| chevaux de frise [Fr-]| abatis| abattis|abbatis| vallum| circumvallation| battlement| rampart| scarp| escarp|counter-scarp| glacis| casemate| vallation| vanfos . / buttress| abutment| shore (support) . / breastwork| banquette| curtain| mantlet| bastion| redan| ravelin|vauntmure| advance work| horn work| outwork| barbacan| barbican|redoubt| fort-elage [Fr-]| fort-alice| lines . / loophole| machicolation| sally port . / hold| stronghold| fastness| asylum (refuge) | keep| donjon|dungeon| fortress| citadel| capitol| castle| tower of strength| towerof strength| fort| barracoon| pah| sconce| martello tower| peelhouse|blockhouse| rath| wooden walls . / [body armor] bulletproof vest| armored vest| buffer| corner stone|fender| apron| mask| gauntlet| thimble| carapace| armor| shield|buckler| aegis| breastplate| backplate| cowcatcher| face guard|scutum| cuirass| habergeon| mail| coat of mail| brigandine| hauberk|lorication| helmet| helm| bassinet| salade| heaume| morion| murrion|armet| cabaset| vizor| casquetel| siege cap| headpiece| casque|pickelhaube| vambrace| shako (dress) . / bearskin| panoply| truncheon (weapon) . / garrison| picket| piquet| defender| protector| guardian (safety) | bodyguard| champion| knight-errant| Paladin| propugner . / bulletproof window . / hardened site . / defend| forfend| fend| shield| screen| shroud| engarrison| fendround (circumscribe) | fence| entrench| intrench| guard (keepsafe) | guard against| take care of (vigilance) | bearharmless| fend off| keep off| ward off| beat off| beat back| hinder parry| repel| propugn| put to flight| give a warm reception to[Iron]| hold at bay| keep at bay| keep arm`s length . / stand on the defensive| act on the defensive| show fight| maintainone`s ground| stand one`s ground| stand by| hold one`s own| bear thebrunt| stand the brunt| fall back upon| hold| stand in the gap . / defending defensive| mural| armed| armed at all points|armed cap-a-pie| armed to the teeth| panoplied| iroplated| ironclad|loopholed| castellated| machicolated| casemated| defended proofagainst . / armored| ballproof| bulletproof| hardened . / defensively| on the defense| on the defensive| in defense| at bay|pro aris et focis [Lat-] . / Int . / no surrender!| defense not defiance| Dieu defend le droit [Fr-]| fidei defensor[Lat-]| defender of the faith . / Retaliation retaliation| reprisal| retort| payback| counter-stroke| counter-blast| counterplot| counter-project| retribution| lextalionis [Lat-]| reciprocation (reciprocity) . / tit for tat| give and take| blow for blow| quid pro quo| a Rolandfor an Oliver| measure for measure| diamond cut diamond| the biter bit|a game at which two can play| reproof valiant| retort courteous . / recrimination (accusation) | revenge | compensation | reaction (recoil) . / retaliate| retort| turn upon| pay| pay off| pay back| pay in one`sown coin| pay in the same coin| cap| reciprocate | turn thetables upon| return the compliment| give a quid pro quo n . / | give asmuch as one takes| give as good as one gets| give and take| exchangefisticuffs| be quits| be even with| pay off old scores . / serve one right| be hoist on one`s own petard| throw a stone inone`s own garden| catch a Tartar . / retaliating retaliatory| retaliative| talionic . / in retaliation| en revanche . / mutato nomine de te fabula narratur [Lat-] [Horace]| par parirefero [Lat-] [Terence]| tu quoque [Lat-]| you too| you`re another| suosibi gladio hunc jugulo [Lat-]| a beau jeu beau retour [Fr-]| litem _รง[Lat-] . / lite resolvit [Lat-] [Horace] . / Resistance resistance| stand| front| oppugnation|oppugnancy| opposition | renitence| renitency| reluctation|recalcitration| kicking repulse| rebuff . / insurrection (disobedience) | strike| turn out| lock out|barring out| levee en masse [Fr-]| Jacquerie| riot (disorder) . / resist| not submit | repugn| reluct| reluctate| withstand|stand up against| strive against| bear up under| bear up against| beproof against| make head against| stand| stand firm| stand one`sground| stand the brunt of| stand out| hold one`s grounds| hold one`sown| hold out| hold firm . / breast the wave| breast the current| stem the tide| stem thetorrent| face| confront| grapple with| show a bold front (courage)| present a front| make a stand| take one`s stand . / kick| kick against| recalcitrate| kick against the pricks| oppose | fly in the face of| lift the hand against (attack) | riseup in arms (war) | strike| turn out| draw up a round robin (remonstrate) | revolt (disobey) | make a riot . / prendre le mors aux dents [Fr-]| take the bit between the teeth|sell one`s life dearly| die hard| keep at bay| repel| repulse . / resisting resistive| resistant| refractory (disobedient)| recalcitrant| renitent| up in arms . / repulsive| repellant . / proof against| unconquerable (strong) | stubborn|unconquered| indomitable (persevering) . / | unyielding (obstinate) . / Int . / hands off!| keep off!| Contention contention| strife| contest| contestation|struggle| belligerency| opposition . / controversy| polemics| debate (discussion) | war of words|logomachy| litigation| paper war| high words (quarrel) | sparring competition| rivalry| corrivalry| corrivalship| agonism|concours| match| race| horse racing| heat| steeple chase| handicap|regatta| field day| sham fight| Derby day| turf| sporting| bullfight|tauromachy| gymkhana| boat race| torpids . / wrestling| greco-roman wrestling| pugilism| boxing| fisticuffs|the manly art of self-defense| spar| mill| set-to| round| bout| event|prize fighting| quarterstaff| single stick| gladiatorship| gymnastics|jiujitsu| jujutsu| kooshti| sumo| athletics| athletic sports| games ofskill . / shindy| fracas (discord) | clash of arms| tussle| scuffle|broil| fray| affray| affrayment| velitation| colluctation| luctation|brabble| brigue| scramble| melee| scrimmage| stramash| bushfighting . / free fight| stand up fight| hand to hand| running fight . / conflict| skirmish| rencounter| encounter| rencontre| collision|affair| brush| fight| battle| battle royal| combat| action| engagement|joust| tournament| tilt| tilting [Mediev]| tournay| list| pitchedbattle . / death struggle| struggle for life or death| life or deathstruggle| Armageddon . / hard knocks| sharp contest| tug of war . / naval engagement| naumachia| sea fight . / duel| duello [Italian]| single combat| monomachy| satisfaction| passaged`armes [Fr-]| passage of arms| affair of honor| triangular duel|hostile meeting| digladiation| deeds of arms| feats of arms| appeal toarms (warfare) . / pugnacity| combativeness | bone of contention . / contend| contest| strive| struggle| scramble| wrestle| spar| square|exchange blows| exchange fisticuffs| fib| justle| tussle| tilt| box|stave| fence| skirmish| pickeer| fight (war) | wrangle (quarrel) . / contend with | grapple with| engage with| close with| bucklewith| bandy with| try conclusions with| have a brush with| tiltwith| encounter| fall foul of| pitch into| clapperclaw| run a tilt at|oppose | reluct . / join issue| come to blows| go to loggerheads| set to| come to thescratch| exchange shots| measure swords| meet hand to hand| take up thecudgels| take up the glove| take up the gauntlet| enter the lists|couch one`s lance| give satisfaction| appeal to arms| (warfare) . / lay about one| break the peace . / compete with| cope with| vie with| race with| outvie| emulate|rival| run a race| contend for | stipulate for| stickle for| insistupon| make a point of . / contending together by the ears| at loggerheads . / at war . / at issue . / competitive| rival| belligerent| contentious| combative|bellicose| unpeaceful| warlike | quarrelsome | pugnacious|pugilistic| gladiatorial| palestric| palestrical . / a verbis ad verbera [Lat-]| a word and a blow| a very prettyquarrel as it stands [Sheridan]| commune periculum concordiam parit[Lat-]| lis litem generat [Lat-] . / Peace peace| amity (friendship) | harmony (concord)| tranquility| calm (quiescence) | truce| peace treaty| accord (pacification) | peace pipe| pipe of peace| calumet of peace . / piping time of peace| quiet life| neutrality . / [symbol of peace] dove of peace| white dove . / [person who favors peace] dove . / pax Romana [Lat-]| Pax Americana [Lat-] . / be at peace| keep the peace (concord) . / make peace . / pacific| peaceable| peaceful| calm| tranquil| untroubled| halcyon|bloodless| neutral . / dovish the storm blown over| the lion lies down with the lamb| all quieton the Potomac| paritur pax bello [Lat-] [Nepos]| peace hath hervictories no less renowned than war [Milton]| they make a desert andthey call it peace . / Warfare warfare| fighting hostilities| war| arms| thesword| Mars| Bellona| grim visaged war| horrida bella [Lat-]|bloodshed . / appeal to arms| appeal to the sword| ordeal of battle| wager ofbattle| ultima ratio regum [Lat-]| arbitrament of the sword . / battle array| campaign| crusade| expedition| operations|mobilization| state of siege| battlefield| theater of operations (arena) | warpath . / art of war| tactics| strategy| castrametation| generalship|soldiership| logistics| military evolutions| ballistics| gunnery|chivalry . / gunpowder| shot . / battle| tug of war (contention) | service| campaigning|active service| tented field| kriegspiel [Germ-]| Kriegsspiel [Germ-]| firecross| trumpet| clarion| bugle| pibroch| slogan| war-cry| war-whoop|battle cry| beat of drum| rappel| tom-tom| calumet of war| word ofcommand| password| watchword| passage d-armes [Fr-] . / war to the death| war to the knife| guerre a mort [Fr-]| guerre aoutrance [Fr-]| open war| internecine war| civil war . / arm| raise troops| mobilize troops| raise up in arms| take up thecudgels | take up arms| fly to arms| appeal to arms| fly to thesword| draw the sword| unsheathe the sword| dig up the hatchet| dig upthe tomahawk| go to war| wage war| let slip the dogs of war [JuliusCaesar]| cry havoc| kindle the torch of war| light the torch of war|raise one`s banner| raise the fire cross| hoist the black flag| throwaway| fling away the scabbard| enroll| enlist| take the field| take thelaw into one`s own hands| do battle| give battle| join battle| engagein battle| go to battle| flesh one`s sword| set to| fall to| engage|measure swords with| draw the trigger| cross swords| come to blows|come to close quarters| fight| combat| contend | battle with|break a lance with . / [pirates engage in battle] raise the jolly roger| run up the jollyroger . / serve| see service| be on service| be on active service| campaign|wield the sword| shoulder a musket| smell powder| be under fire| spillblood| imbrue the hands in blood| on the warpath . / carry on war| carry on hostilities| keep the field| fight the goodfight| fight it out| fight like devils| fight one`s way| fight hand tohand| sell one`s life dearly| pay the ferryman`s fee . / contending| contentious | armed| armed to the teeth| armedcap-a-pie| sword in hand| in arms| under arms| up in arms| at war with|bristling with arms| in battle array| in open arms| in the field|embattled| battled . / unpacific| unpeaceful| belligerent| combative| armigerous|bellicose| martial| warlike| military| militant| soldier-like|soldierly . / chivalrous| strategical| internecine . / flagrante bello [Lat-]| in the thick of the fray| in the cannon`smouth| at the sword`s point| at the point of the bayonet . / Int . / vae victis! [Lat-]| to arms!| to your tents O Israel!| the battle rages| a la guerre comme a la guerre [Fr-]| bis peccarein bello non licet [Lat-]| jus gladii [Lat-]| my voice is still for war[Addison]| `tis well that war is so terrible| otherwise we might growfond of it [Robert E . / Lee]| my sentence is for open war [Milton]| pride| pomp| andcircumstance of glorious war [Othello]| the cannons have their bowelsfull of wrath [King John]| the cannons aspit forth their ironindignation [King John]| the fire-eyed maid of smoky war [Henry IV]|silent leges inter arma [Lat-] [Cicero]| si vis pacem para bellum[Lat-] . / Pacification pacification| conciliation| reconciliation|reconcilement| shaking of hands| accommodation| arrangement|adjustment| terms| compromise| amnesty| deed of release . / peace offering| olive branch| calumet of peace| preliminaries ofpeace . / truce| armistice| suspension of arms| suspension of hostilities|stand-down| breathing time| convention| modus vivendi [Lat-]| flag oftruce| white flag| parlementaire [Fr-]| cartel . / hollow truce| pax in bello [Lat-]| drawn battle . / pacify| tranquilize| compose| allay (moderate) | reconcile|propitiate| placate| conciliate| meet halfway| hold out the olivebranch| heal the breach| make peace| restore harmony| bring to terms . / settle matters| arrange matters| accommodate matters| accommodatedifferences| set straight| make up a quarrel| tantas componere lites[Lat-]| come to an understanding| come to terms| bridge over| hush up|make it| make matters up| shake hands| mend one`s fences [U . / S] . / raise a siege| lift a siege| put up the sword| sheathe the sword|bury the hatchet| lay down one`s arms| turn swords into plowshares|smoke the calumet of peace| close the temple of Janus| keep the peace (concord) | be pacified | come round . / conciliatory| composing pacified requiescat in pace [Lat-] . / Mediation mediation| mediatorship| mediatization|intervention| interposition| interference| intermeddling| intercession|arbitration| flag of truce | good offices| peace offering|parley| negotiation| diplomatics| diplomacy| compromise . / [person who mediates] mediator| arbitrator| intercessor|peacemaker| makepeace| negotiator| go-between| diplomatist (consignee) | moderator| propitiator| umpire . / mediate| mediatize| intercede| interpose| interfere| intervene| stepin| negotiate| meet halfway| arbitrate| magnas componere lites [Lat-] . / bargain mediatory . / Submission submission| yielding| nonresistance| obedience surrender| cession| capitulation| resignation| backdown . / obeisance| homage| kneeling| genuflexion| courtesy| curtsy|kowtow| prostration . / succumb| submit| yeild| bend| resign| defer to . / lay down one`s arms| deliver up one`s arms| lower colors| hauldown colors| strike one`s flag| strike colors . / surrender| surrender at discretion| cede| capitulate| come toterms| retreat| beat a retreat| draw in one`s horns (humility) |give way| give round| give in| give up| cave in| suffer judgment bydefault| bend| bend to one`s yoke| bend before the storm| reel back|bend down| knuckle down| knuckle to| knuckle under| knock under . / eat dirt| eat the leek| eat humble pie| bite the dust| lick thedust| be at one`s feet| fall at one`s feet| craven| crouch before|throw oneself at the feet of| swallow the leek| swallow the pill| kissthe rod| turn the other cheek| avaler les couleuvres [Fr-]| gulp down . / obey | kneel to| bow to| pay homage to| cringe to| truckleto| bend the neck| bend the knee| kneel| fall on one`s knees| bowsubmission| courtesy| curtsy| kowtow . / pocket the affront| make the best of| make a virtue of necessity|grin and abide| grin and bear it| shrug the shoulders| resign oneself|submit with a good grace (bear with) . / surrendering submissive| resigned| crouching| downtrodden|down on one`s marrow bones| on one`s bended knee| unresistant|unresisting| nonresisting| pliant (soft) | undefended . / untenable| indefensible| humble . / have it your own way| it can`t be helped| amen (assent) | dalocum melioribus [Lat-]| tempori parendum [Lat-] . / Combatant combatant| disputant| controversialist| polemic|litigant| belligerent| competitor| rival| corrival| fighter| assailant|champion| Paladin| mosstrooper| swashbuckler fire eater| duelist|bully| bludgeon man| rough . / prize fighter| pugilist| boxer| bruiser| the fancy| gladiator|athlete| wrestler| fighting-cock| game-cock| warrior| soldier| fightingman| Amazon| man at arms| armigerent| campaigner| veteran| swordsman|sabreur| redcoat| military man| Rajput . / armed force| troops| soldiery| military forces| sabaoth| the army|standing army| regulars| the line| troops of the line| militia|yeomanry| volunteers| trainband| fencible| auxiliary| bersagliere|brave| garde-nationale| garde-royale [Fr-]| minuteman [U . / S]| auxiliaryforces| reserve forces| reserves| posse comitatus [Lat-]| nationalguard| gendarme| beefeater| guards| guardsman| yeomen of the guard|life guards| household troops . / janissary| myrmidon| Mama| Mameluke| spahee| spahi| Cossack|Croat| Pandoz . / irregular| guerilla| partisan| condottiere| franctireur [Fr-]|tirailleur| bashi-bazouk| [guerilla organization names: list]|vietminh| vietcong| shining path| contras| huk| hukbalahap . / mercenary| soldier of fortune| hired gun| gunfighter| gunslinger|bushwhacker| free lance| companion| Hessian . / hit man torpedo| soldier . / levy| draught| Landwehr [Germ-]| Landsturm [Germ-]| conscript| recruit|cadet| raw levies . / infantry| infantryman| private| private soldier| foot soldier|Tommy Atkins| rank and file| peon| trooper| sepoy| legionnaire|legionary| cannon fodder| food for powder| officer (commander) |subaltern| ensign| standard bearer| spearman| pikeman| spear bearer|halberdier| lancer| musketeer| carabineer| rifleman| jager [Germ-]|sharpshooter| yager| skirmisher| grenadier| fusileer| archer| bowman . / horse and foot| horse soldier| cavalry| horse| artillery| horseartillery| light horse| voltigeur [Fr-]| uhlan| mounted rifles|dragoon| hussar| light dragoon| heavy dragoon| heavy| cuirassier [Fr-]|Foot Guards| Horse Guards . / gunner| cannoneer| bombardier| artilleryman| matross| sapper|sapper and miner| engineer| light infantry| rifles| chasseur [Fr-]|zouave| military train| coolie . / army| corps d`armee [Fr-]| host| division| battalia| column| wing|detachment| garrison| flying column| brigade| regiment| corps|battalion| sotnia| squadron| company| platoon| battery| subdivision|section| squad| piquet| picket| guard| rank| file| legion| phalanx|cohort| cloud of skirmishers . / war horse| charger| destrier . / marine| maof-war`s man (sailor) | navy| wooden walls|naval forces| fleet| flotilla| armada| squadron . / [ships of war] maof-war| destroyer| submarine| minesweeper|torpedo-boat| torpedo-destroyer| patrol torpedo boat| PT boat| torpedo-catcher| war castle| H . / M . / S . / | battleship| battle wagon| dreadnought|line of battle ship| ship of the line| aircraft carrier| carrier . / flattop [Coll]| helicopter carrier| missile platform| missileboat| ironclad| turret ship| ram| monitor| floating battery| first-rate| frigate| sloop of war| corvette| gunboat| bomb vessel| flagship|guard ship| cruiser| armored cruiser| protected cruiser| privateer . / [supporting ships] tender| store ship| troop ship| transport|catamaran| merchant marine . / Arms arm| arms| weapon| deadly weapon| armament| armaments|armature| panoply| stand of arms| armor (defense) | armory (store) | apparatus belli [Lat-] . / ammunition| powder| powder and shot| cartridge| ball cartridge|cartouche| fireball| villainous saltpeter [Henry IV]| dumdum bullet . / explosive| gunpowder| guncotton| mercury fulminate| picrates|pentaerythritol tetranitrate| PET high explosive| trinitrotoluene| TNT| dynamite| melinite| cordite|lyddite| plastic explosive| plastique| pyroxyline . / [knives and swords: list] sword| saber| broadsword| cutlass|falchion| scimitar| cimeter| brand| whinyard| bilbo| glaive| glave|rapier| skean| Toledo| Ferrara| tuck| claymore| adaga| baselard|Lochaber ax| skean dhu| creese| kris| dagger| dirk| banger| poniard|stiletto| stylet| dudgeon| bayonet| sword-bayonet| sword-stick| sidearms| foil| blade| steel| ax| bill| pole-ax| battle-ax| gisarme|halberd| partisan| tomahawk| bowie knife| ataghan| attaghan|yataghan| yatacban| assagai| assegai| good sword| trusty sword| nakedsword| cold steel . / club| mace| truncheon| staff| bludgeon| cudgel| life preserver|shillelah| sprig| hand staff| quarter staff| bat| cane| stick| knuckleduster| billy| blackjack| sandbag| waddy . / gun| piece [Fr-]| firearms| artillery| ordnance| siege train|battering train| park| battery| cannon| gun of position| heavy gun|field piece [Fr-]| mortar| howitzer| carronade| culverin| basilisk|falconet| jingal| swivel| pederero| bouche a feu [Fr-]| petard|torpedo| mitrailleur [Fr-]| mitrailleuse [Fr-]| infernal machine|smooth bore| rifled cannon| Armstrong gun| Lancaster gun| Paixhan gun|Whitworth gun| Parrott gun| Krupp gun| Gatling gun| Maxim gun| machinegun| pompom| ten pounder . / small arms| musket| musketry| firelock| fowling piece [Fr-]|rifle| fusil| caliver| carbine| blunderbuss| musketoon| Brown Bess|matchlock| harquebuss| arquebus| haguebut| pistol| postolet| petronel|small bore| breach-loader| muzzle-loader| revolver| repeater| Minisrifle| Enfield rifle| Flobert rifle| Westley Richards rifle| Sniderrifle| Martini-Henry rifle| Lee-Metford rifle| Lee-Enfield rifle|Mauser rifle| magazine rifle| needle gun| chassepot| wind gun| air gun|automatic gun| automatic pistol| escopet| escopette| gunflint| gulock| hackbut| shooter| shooting iron [U . / S]| six-shooter [U . / S]|shotgun| Uzzi| assault rifle| Kalashnikov . / bow| crossbow| balister| catapult| sling| battering ram (impulse) | gunnery| ballistics (propulsion) . / missile| bolt| projectile| shot| ball| grape| grape shot| canistershot| bar shot| cannon shot| langrel shot| langrage shot| round shot|chain shot| balista| ballista| slung shot| trebucbet| trebucket|bullet| slug| stone| brickbat| grenade| shell| bomb| carcass| rocket|congreve| congreve rocket| shrapnel| mitraille [Fr-]| levin bolt|levin brand| thunderbolt . / pike| lance| spear| spontoon| javelin| dart| jereed| jerid|arrow| reed| shaft| bolt| boomerang| harpoon| gaff| eelspear| oxgoad|weet-weet| wommerah| cattle prod| chemical mace . / en flute| nervos belli pecuniam infinitam [Lat-] . / Arena arena| field| platform| scene of action| theater|walk| course| hustings| stare| boards (playhouse) | amphitheater|Coliseum| Colosseum| Flavian amphitheater| hippodrome| circus| racecourse| corso [Spanish]| turf| cockpit| bear garden| playground| gymnasium|palestra| ring| lists| tiltyard| tilting ground| Campus Martins| Champde Allars| campus [U . / S] . / boxing ring| canvas . / theater of war| seat of war| battle-field| battle-ground| field ofbattle| field of slaughter| Aceldama| camp| the enemy`s camp| trustingplace (place of meeting) . / Completion completion| accomplishment| achievement|fulfillment| performance| execution| despatch| dispatch| consummation|culmination| finish| conclusion| close (end) | terminus (arrival) | winding up| finale| denouement| catastrophe| issue|upshot| result| final touch| last touch| crowning touch| finishingtouch| finishing stroke| last finish| coup de grace| crowning of theedifice| coping-stone| keystone| missing link | superstructure| neplus ultra [Lat-]| work done| fait accompli [Fr-] . / elaboration| finality| completeness . / effect| effectuate| accomplish| achieve| compass| consummate| hammerout| bring to maturity| bring to perfection| perfect| complete|elaborate . / do| execute| make| go through| get through| work out| enact| bringabout| bring to bear| bring to pass| bring through| bring to a head . / despatch| dispatch| knock off| finish off| polish off| make shortwork of| dispose of| set at rest| perform| discharge| fulfill| realize|put in practice| put in force| carry out| carry into effect| carry intoexecution| make good| be as good as one`s word . / do thoroughly| not do by halves| go the whole hog| drive home| bein at the death (persevere) . / | carry through| play out| exhaust|fill the bill [U . / S] . / finish| bring to a close (end) | wind up| stamp| clinch|seal| set the seal on| put the seal| give the final touch to|put the last| put the finishing hand to| put the finishing touches on|crown| crown all| cap . / ripen| culminate| come to a head| come to a crisis| come to itsend| die a natural death| die of old age| run its course| run one`srace| touch the goal| reach the goal| attain the goal| reach (arrive) | get in the harvest . / completing| final| concluding| conclusive| crowning exhaustive . / done| completed done for| sped| wrought out| highly wrought (preparation) | thorough | ripe (ready) . / completely (thoroughly) | to crown all| out of hand . / the race is run| actum est [Lat-]| finis coronat opus [Lat-]|consummatum est [Lat-]| c`en est fait [Fr-]| it is all over| the gameis played out| the bubble has burst| aussitot dit aussitot fait [Fr-]|aut non tentaris aut perfice [Lat-] [Ovid] . / Noncompletion noncompletion| nonfulfillment| shortcoming | incompleteness | drawn battle| drawn game| work of Penelope . / nonperformance| inexecution| neglect . / not complete | leave unfinished | leave undone| drop|put down| neglect | let alone| let slip| lose sight of (forget) fall short of | do things by halves| parboil| scotch thesnake not lull it| hang fire| be slow to| collapse . / drop out . / not completed incomplete | uncompleted| unfinished|unaccomplished| unperformed| unexecuted| sketchy| addle . / in progress| in hand| ongoing| going on| proceeding| on one`shands| on the anvil| in the fire| in the oven . / parboiled| half-baked . / re infecta [Lat-] . / Success success| successfulness| speed| advance (progress) . / trump card| hit| stroke| score| lucky hit| fortunate hit| goodhit| good stroke| direct hit| bull`s eye| goal| point| touchdown| homerun| homer| hole-ione| grand slam| killing [make money]| windfallbold stroke| master stroke| ten strike [U . / S]| coup de maitre [Fr-]|checkmate| half the battle| prize| profit (acquisition) . / continued success| good fortune (prosperity) | time wellspent . / advantage over| upper hand| whip hand| ascendancy| mastery|expugnation| conquest| victory| subdual| subjugation (subjection) triumph (exultation) | proficiency (skill) . / conqueror| victor| winner| master of the situation| master of theposition| top of the heap| king of the hill| achiever| success| successstory . / succeed| be successful | gain one`s end| gain one`s ends|crown with success . / gain a point| attain a point| carry a point| secure a point| win apoint| win an object| get there [U . / S]| manage to| contrive to|accomplish (effect) (complete) | do wonders| work wonders| make ago of it . / come off well| come off successful| come off with flying colors|make short work of| take by storm| carry by storm| bear away the bell|win one`s wings| win one`s spurs| win the battle| win the day| carrythe day| gain the day| gain the prize| gain the palm| have the best ofit| have it all one`s own way| have the game in one`s owns hands| havethe ball at one`s feet| have one on the hop| walk over the course|carry all before one| remain in possession of the field| score asuccess . / speed| make progress (advance) | win one`s way| make one`sway| work one`s way| find one`s way| strive to some purpose| prosper | drive a roaring trade| make profit (acquire) | reap thefruits| gather the fruits| reap the benefit of| reap the harvest|strike oil [U . / S]| gain a windfall| make one`s fortune| get in theharvest| turn to good account| turn to account (use) . / triumph| be triumphant| gain a victory| obtain a victory| gain anadvantage| chain victory to one`s car| nail a coonskin to the wall . / surmount a difficulty| overcome a difficulty| get over adifficulty| get over an obstacle | se tirer d`affaire [Fr-]| makehead against| stem the torrent| stem the tide| stem the current|weather the storm| weather a point| turn a corner| keep one`s headabove water| tide over| master| get the better of| have the better of|gain the better of| gain the best of| gain the upper hand| gain theascendancy| gain the whip hand| gain the start of| distance| surpass (superiority) . / defeat| conquer| vanquish| discomfit| euchre| overcome| overthrow|overpower| overmaster| overmatch| overset| override| overreach| outwit|outdo| outflank| outmaneuver| outgeneral| outvote| take the wind out ofone`s adversary`s sails| beat| beat hollow| rout| lick| drub| floor|worst| put down| put to flight| put to the rout| put hors de combat[Fr-]| put out of court . / silence| quell| nonsuit| checkmate| upset| confound| nonplus|stalemate| trump| baffle (hinder) | circumvent| elude| trip up|trip up the heels of| drive into a corner| drive to the wall| run hard|put one`s nose out of joint . / settle| do for| break the neck of| break the back of| capsize|sink| shipwreck| drown| swamp| subdue| subjugate (subject) |reduce| make the enemy bite the dust| victimize| roll in the dust|trample under foot| put an extinguisher upon . / answer| answer the purpose| avail| prevail| take effect| do| turnout well| work well| take| tell| bear fruit| hit it| hit the mark| hitthe right nail on the head| nick it| turn up trumps| make a hit| findone`s account in . / succeeding successful| prosperous | triumphant|flushed with success| crowned with success| victorious| on top| set up|in the ascendant| unbeaten (beat) well-spent| felicitous|effective| in full swing . / successfully | well flying colors| in triumph| swimmingly|a merveille [Fr-]| beyond all hope| to some purpose| to good purpose|to one`s heart`s content . / veni vidi vici [Lat-]| the day being one`s own| one`s star in theascendant| omne tulit punctum [Lat-] . / bis vincit qui se vincit in victoria [Lat-]| cede repugnanticedendo victor abibis [Lat-] [Ovid]| chacun est l`artisan de sa fortune[Fr-]| dies faustus [Lat-]| l`art de vaincre est celui de mepriser lamort [Fr-]| omnia vincit amor [Lat-]| love conquers all| peace hath hervictories no less renowned than war [Milton]| the race by vigor not byvaunts is won [Pope]| vincit qui patitur [Lat-]| vincit qui se vincit[Lat-]| The race is not always to the swift| nor the battle to thestrong| but that`s the way to bet [Mark Twain] . / Failure failure| nonsuccess| nonfulfillment| dead failure|successlessness| abortion| miscarriage| brutum fulmen [Lat-]|labor in vain (inutility) | no go| inefficacy| inefficaciousness | vain attempt| ineffectual attempt| abortive attempt| abortiveefforts| flash in the pan| lame and impotent conclusion [Othello]|frustration| slip `twixt cup and lip (disappointment) . / blunder (mistake) | fault| omission| miss| oversight| slip|trip| stumble| claudication| footfall| false step| wrong step| faux pas[Fr-]| titubation| b_evue [Fr-]| faute [Fr-]| lurch| botchery (wantof skill) [Obs]| scrape| mess| fiasco| breakdown| flunk [U . / S] . / mishap (misfortune) | split| collapse| smash| blow|explosion . / repulse| rebuff| defeat| rout| overthrow| discomfiture| beating|drubbing| quietus| nonsuit| subjugation| checkmate| stalemate| fool`smate . / fall| downfall| ruin| perdition| wreck (destruction) |deathblow| bankruptcy (nonpayment) . / losing game| affaire flamb_ee . / victim| bankrupt| flunker| flunky [U . / S] . / fail| be unsuccessful | not succeed | make vain efforts n . / | do in vain| labor in vain| toil in vain| flunk [U . / S]| loseone`s labor| take nothing by one`s motion| bring to naught| makenothing of| wash a blackamoor white (impossible) | roll thestones of Sisyphus (useless) | do by halves (not complete)| lose ground (recede) | fall short of . / miss| miss one`s aim| miss the mark| miss one`s footing| missstays| slip| trip| stumble| make a slip blunder | make amess of| make a botch of| bitch it| miscarry| abort| go up like arocket and come down like the stick| come down in flames| get shotdown| reckon without one`s host| get the wrong pig by the tail| get thewrong sow by the ear (blunder)| )mismanage) . / limp| halt| hobble| titubate| fall| tumble| lose one`s balance|fall to the ground| fall between two stools| flounder| falter| stick inthe mud| run aground| split upon a rock| beat one`s head against astone wall| run one`s head against a stone wall| knock one`s headagainst a stone wall| dash one`s head against a stone wall| break one`sback| break down| sink| drown| founder| have the ground cut from underone| get into trouble| get into a mess| get into a scrape| come togrief (adversity) | go to the wall| go to the dogs| go to pot|lick the dust| bite the dust| be defeated | have the worst of it|lose the day| come off second best| lose| fall a prey to| succumb (submit) | not have a leg to stand on . / come to nothing| end in smoke| flat out| fall to the ground| fallthrough| fall dead| fall stillborn| fall flat| slip through one`sfingers| hang fire| miss fire| flash in the pan| collapse| topple down (descent) | go to wrack and ruin (destruction) . / go amiss| go wrong| go cross| go hard with| go on a wrong tack| goon ill| come off ill| turn out ill| work ill| take a wrong term| takean ugly term| take an ugly turn| take a turn for the worse . / be all over with| be all up with| explode| dash one`s hopes (disappoint) | defeat the purpose| sow the wind and reap thewhirlwind| jump out of the frying pan into the fire| go from the fryingpan into the fire . / unsuccessful| successless| failing| tripping at fault|unfortunate . / abortive| addle| stillborn| fruitless| bootless| ineffectual|ineffective| inconsequential| trifling| nugatory| inefficient (impotent) | insufficient | unavailing (useless) | of noeffect . / aground| grounded| swamped| stranded| cast away| wrecked|foundered| capsized| shipwrecked| nonsuited| foiled| defeated |struck down| borne down| broken down| downtrodden| overborne|overwhelmed| all up with| ploughed| plowed| plucked . / lost| undone| ruined| broken| bankrupt (not paying) | playedout| done up| done for| dead beat| ruined root and branch| flambe|knocked on the head| destroyed . / frustrated| crossed| unhinged| disconcerted dashed| thrown offone`s balance| thrown on one`s back| thrown on one`s beam ends|unhorsed| in a sorry plight| hard hit . / stultified| befooled| dished| hoist on one`s own petard|victimized| sacrificed . / wide of the mark (error) | out of one`s reckoning (inexpectation) [Obs]| left in the lurch| thrown away (wasted)| unattained| uncompleted . / unsuccessfully | to little or no purpose| in vain| reinfecta [Lat-] . / the bubble has burst| the jig is up| the game is up [Cymbeline]|all is lost| the devil to pay| parturiunt montes (disappointment) [Lat-]| dies infaustus [Lat-]| tout est perdu hors l`honneur [Fr-] . / Trophy trophy| medal| prize| palm| award| laurel| laurels|bays| crown| chaplet| wreath| civic crown| insignia | feather inone`s cap (honor) | decoration | garland| triumphal arch|Victoria Cross| Iron Cross . / triumph (celebration) | flying colors (show) . / monumentum aere perennius [Horace] . / for valor Prosperity prosperity| welfare| well-being| affluence (wealth) | success | thrift| roaring trade| good fortune|smiles of fortune| blessings| godsend . / luck| good luck| run of luck| sunshine| fair weather| fair wind|palmy days| bright days| halcyon days| piping times| tide| flood| hightide . / Saturnia regna [Lat-]| Saturnian age| golden time| golden age| bedof roses| fat city [Coll]| fat of the land| milk and honey| loaves andfishes . / made man| lucky dog| enfant gate [Fr-]| spoiled child of fortune . / upstart| parvenu| skipjack| mushroom . / prosper| thrive| flourish| be prosperous | drive a roaringtrade| do a booming business| go on well| go on smoothly| go onswimmingly| sail before the wind| swim with the tide| run smooth| runsmoothly| run on all fours . / rise in the world| get on in the world| work one`s way| make one`sway| look up| lift one`s head| raise one`s head| make one`s fortune|feather one`s nest| make one`s pile . / flower| blow| blossom| bloom| fructify| bear fruit| fatten . / keep oneself afloat| keep one`s head above water| hold one`s headabove water| land on one`s feet| light on one`s feet| light on one`slegs| fall on one`s legs| fall on one`s feet| drop into a good thing|bear a charmed life| bask in the sunshine| have a good time of it| havea fine time of it| have a run of luck| have the good fortune to|take a favorable turn| live on the fat of the land| live off the fat ofthe land| live in clover . / prosperous| thriving in a fair way| buoyant| well off| wellto do| well to do in the world| set up| at one`s ease| rich | ingood case| in full| in high feather| fortunate| lucky| in luck| bornwith a silver spoon in one`s mouth| born under a lucky star| on thesunny side of the hedge . / auspicious| propitious| providential . / palmy| halcyon| agreeable | couleur de rose [Fr-] . / prosperously | swimmingly| as good luck would have it|beyond all hope . / one`s star in the ascendant| all for the best| one`s course runssmooth . / chacun est l`artisan de sa fortune [Fr-]| donec eris felix multosnumerabis amicos [Lat-] [Ovid]| felicitas multos habet amicos [Lat-]|felix se nescit amari [Lat-] [Lucan]| good luck go with thee [Henry V]|nulli est homini perpetuum bonum [Lat-] [Plautus] . / Adversity adversity| evil | failure | bad luck|ill luck| evil luck| adverse luck| hard fortune| hard hap| hard luck|hard lot| frowns of fortune| evil dispensation| evil star| evil genius|vicissitudes of life| ups and downs of life| broken fortunes| hardcase| hard lines| hard life| sea of troubles| peck of troubles| hellupon earth| slough of despond . / trouble| hardship| curse| blight| blast| load| pressure . / pressure of the times| iron age| evil day| time out of joint| hardtimes| bad times| sad times| rainy day| cloud| dark cloud| gatheringclouds| ill wind| visitation| infliction| affliction (painfulness)| bitter pill| care| trial| the sport of fortune . / mishap| mischance| misadventure| misfortune| disaster| calamity|catastrophe| accident| casualty| cross| reverse| check| contretemps|rub| backset| comedown| setback [U . / S] . / losing game| falling fall| downfall| ruination|ruinousness| undoing| extremity| ruin (destruction) . / be ill off | go hard with| fall on evil| fall on evil days|go on ill| not prosper . / go downhill| go to rack and ruin (destruction) | go to thedogs| fall| fall from one`s high estate| decay| sink| decline| go downin the world| have seen better days| bring down one`s gray hairs withsorrow to the grave| come to grief| be all over| be up with| bring awasp`s nest about one`s ears| bring a hornet`s nest about one`s ears . / unfortunate| unblest| unhappy| unlucky| improsperous|unprosperous| hoodooed [U . / S]| luckless| hapless| out of luck| introuble| in a bad way| in an evil plight| under a cloud| clouded| illoff| badly off| in adverse circumstances| poor | behindhand| downin the world| decayed| undone| on the road to ruin| on its last legs|on the wane| in one`s utmost need . / planet-struck| devoted| born under an evil star| born with awooden ladle in one`s mouth| ill-fated| ill-starred| ill-omened . / adverse| untoward| disastrous| calamitous| ruinous| dire|deplorable . / Mediocrity moderate circumstances| average circumstances|respectability| middle classes| mediocrity| golden mean (mid-course)| (moderation) . / jog on| go fairly| go quietly| go peaceably| go tolerably| gorespectably| get on fairly| get on quietly| get on peaceably| get ontolerably| get on respectably . / Authority authority| influence| patronage| power|preponderance| credit| prestige| prerogative| jurisdiction| right (title) | direction | government divine right| dynastic rights| authoritativeness| absoluteness|absolutism| despotism| jus nocendi [Lat-]| jus divinum [Lat-] . / mastery| mastership| masterdom| dictation| control . / hold| grasp| grip| gripe| reach| iron sway (severity) |fangs| clutches| talons| rod of empire (scepter) . / [Vicarious authority] commission | deputy | permission . / authorize (permit) | warrant (right) | dictate (order) . / be at the head of | hold office| be in office| fill anoffice| hold master| occupy master| a post master| be master . / have the upper hand| get the upper hand| have the whip| get thewhip| gain a hold upon| preponderate| dominate| rule the roost| boss[U . / S]| override| overrule| overawe| lord it over| hold in hand| keepunder| make a puppet of| lead by the nose| turn round one`s littlefinger| bend to one`s will| hold one`s own| wear the breeches| have theball at one`s feet| have it all one`s own way| have the game in one`sown hand| have on the hip| have under one`s thumb| be master of thesituation| take the lead| play first fiddle| set the fashion| give thelaw to| carry with a high hand| lay down the law| ride in the whirlwindand direct the storm [Addison]| rule with a rod of iron (severity) at the head| dominant| paramount| supreme| predominant|preponderant| in the ascendant| influential| arbitrary| compulsory | stringent . / at one`s command| in one`s power| in one`s grasp| under control . / in the name of| by the authority of| de par le Roi [Fr-]| invirtue of| under the auspices of| in the hands of . / at one`s pleasure| by a dash if the pen| by a stroke of the pen|ex mero motu [Lat-]| ex cathedra [Lat-]| from the chair . / the gray mare the better horse| every inch a king [Lear] . / | Government government| legal authority| soveriegn|sovereign authority| authority | master | direction . / [nations] national government| nation| state| country| natiostate| dominion| republic| empire| union| democratic republic| kingdom|principality . / [subdivisions of nations] state government [Lat-]| state| shire[Brit]| province [Can]| county [Ire]| canton [Switz]| territory[Austral]| duchy| archduchy| archdukedom| woiwodshaft| commonwealth|region | property . / [smaller subdivisions] county| parish city| domain| tract|arrondissement [Fr-]| mofussil| commune| wappentake| hundred| riding|lathe| garth| soke| tithing| ward| precinct| bailiwick . / command| empire| sway| rule| dominion| domination| sovereignty|supremacy| suzerainty| lordship| headship| chiefdom| seigniory|seigniority . / rule| sway| command| control| administer| govern (direct) |lead| preside over| reign| possess the throne| be seated on the throne|occupy the throne| sway the scepter| wield the scepter| wear the crown . / state| realm| body politic| posse comitatus [Lat-] . / [person in the governing authority] judicature | cabinet (council) | seat of government| seat of authority| headquarters . / [Acquisition of authority] accession| installation |politics reign| regime| dynasty| directorship| dictatorship| protectorate|protectorship| caliphate| pashalic| electorate| presidency|presidentship| administration| proconsul| consulship| prefecture|seneschalship| magistrature| magistracy . / monarchy| kinghood| kingship| royalty| regality| aristarchy|aristocracy| oligarchy| democracy| theocracy| demagogy| commonwealth|dominion| heteronomy| republic| republicanism| socialism| collectivism|mob law| mobocracy| ochlocracy| vox populi| imperium in imperio[Lat-]| bureaucracy| beadledom| bumbledom| stratocracy| militarypower| military government| junta| feodality| feudal system| feudalism . / thearchy| theocracy| dinarchy| duarchy| triarchy| heterarchy|duumvirate| triumvirate| autocracy| autonomy| limited monarchy|constitutional government| constitutional monarchy| home rule|representative government| monocracy| pantisocracy . / gynarchy| gynocracy| gynaeocracy| petticoat government . / [government functions] legislature| judiciary| administration . / [Government agencies and institutions] office of the president|office of the prime minister| cabinet| senate| house ofrepresentatives| parliament| council | courts| supreme court|[U . / S . / national government departments]| state| interior| labor| healthand human services| defense| education| agriculture| justice| commerce|treasury| Federal Bureau of Investigation| FBI| Central IntelligenceAgency| CIA| National Institutes of Health| NIH| Postal Service| PostOffice| Federal Aviation Administration| FAA . / [national government officials] president| vice president| cabinetmember| prime minister| minister| senator| representatative| presidentpro tem [Lat-]| speaker of the house| department head| section head|section chief| federal judge| justice| justice of the supreme court|chief justice| treasurer| secretary of the treasury| director of theFBI . / [state government officials] governor| state cabinet member| statesenator| assemblyman| assemblywoman . / govern| rule| have authority| hold authority| possess authority|exercise authority| exert authority| wield authority n . / | reign| besovereign . / [acquire authority] ascend the throne| mount the throne| take thereins| take the reins into one`s hand| assume authority n . / | assumethe reins of government| take command| assume command . / [contend for authority] politics be governed by| be in the power of| be a subject of| be a citizenof . / regal| sovereign| governing| royal| royalist| monarchical| kingly|imperial| imperiatorial| princely| feudal| aristocratic| autocratic|oligarchic n . / | republican| dynastic . / ruling regnant| gubernatorial| imperious| authoritative|executive| administrative| clothed with authority| official|departmental| ex officio| imperative| peremptory| overruling| absolute|hegemonic| hegemonical| authorized (due) . / [pertaining to property owned by government] government| public|national| federal| his majesty`s [Brit]| her majesty`s| state| county|city| . / a dog`s obeyed in office [Lear]| cada uno tiene su alguazil [Spanish]|le Roi le veut [Fr-]| regibus esse manus en nescio longas [Lat-]|regnant populi [Lat-]| the demigod Authority [Lat-Tran] [Measure forMeasure]| the right divine of kings to govern wrong [Pope]| uneasy liesthe head that wears a crown [Henry IV] . / b . / Politics [contention for governmental authority or influence] . / politics| political science| candidacy| campaign| campaigning|electioneering| partisanship| ideology| factionalism . / election| poll| ballot| vote| referendum| recall| initiative|voice| suffrage| plumper| cumulative vote| plebiscitum [Lat-]|plebiscite| vox populi| electioneering| voting electivefranchise| straight ticket [U . / S]| opinion poll| popularity poll . / issue| opinion| stand| position| program| platform| party line . / [ideologies] democracy| republicanism| communism| statism| statesocialism| socialism| conservatism| toryism| liberalism| whigism|theocracy| constitutional monarchy . / [political parties] party | [U . / S: Political parties list]|Democratic Party| Republican Party| Socialist Party| Communist Party|[U . / S . / defunct parties: list]| Federalist Party| Bull Moose Party|Abolitionist Party| [Germany: list]| Christian Democratic Party| SocialDemocratic Party| National Socialist Worker`s Party| [Germany| -]| Nazi Party| [Great Britain:list]| Liberal Party| Labor Party|Conservative Party . / ticket| slate . / [person active in politics] politician activist| [specificpoliticians: list]| candidate| aspirant| hopeful| office-seeker| front-runner| dark horse| long shot| shoo-in| supporter| backer| politicalworker| campaign worker| lobbyist| contributor| party hack| wardheeler| regional candidate| favorite son| running mate| stalking horse|perpetual candidate| political animal . / political contribution| campaign contribution| political actioncommittee| PAC . / political district| electoral division| electoral district|bailiwick . / electorate| constituents . / get-out-the-vote campaign| political education . / negative campaigning| dirty politics| smear campaign . / [unsuccessful candidate] also-ran| loser| has-been . / [successful candidate] office holder| official| occupant of aposition| public servant| incumbent| winner . / run for office| stand for office| campaign| stump| throw one`s hatin the ring| announce one`s candidacy . / political| partisan . / Money is the mother`s milk of politics [Tip O`Neill] . / [Absence of authority] Laxity laxity| laxness| looseness|slackness| toleration (lenity) | freedom . / anarchy| interregnum| relaxation| loosening remission| deadletter| brutum fulmen [Lat-]| misrule| license| licentiousness|insubordination (disobedience) | lynch law (illegality) |nihilism| reign of violence . / [Deprivation of power] dethronement| deposition| usurpation|abdication . / be lax | laisser faire [Fr-]| laisser aller [Fr-]| hold aloose rein| give the reins to| give rope enough| give a loose to|tolerate| relax| misrule . / go beyond the length of one`s tether| have one`s swing| have one`sfling| act without instructions| act without authority| act outside ofone`s authority| act on one`s own responsibility| usurp authority . / dethrone| depose| abdicate . / lax| loose| slack| remiss (careless) | weak . / relaxed| licensed| reinless| unbridled| anarchical| unauthorized (unwarranted) | adespotic . / Severity severity| strictness| harshness | rigor|stringency| austerity| inclemency (pitilessness) . / | arrogance | precisianism . / arbitrary power| absolutism| despotism| dictatorship| autocracy|tyranny| domineering| oppression| assumption| usurpation| inquisition|reign of terror| martial law| iron heel| iron rule| iron hand| ironsway| tight grasp| brute force| brute strength| coercion | stronghand| tight hand . / hard lines| hard measure| tender mercies [Iron]| sharp practice|pipe-clay| officialism . / tyrant| disciplinarian| precisian| martinet| stickler| bashaw|despot| hard master| Draco| oppressor| inquisitor| extortioner| harpy|vulture| accipitres| birds of prey| raptorials| raptors . / be severe . / assume| usurp| arrogate| take liberties|domineer| bully | tyrannize| inflict| wreak| stretch a point| puton the screw| be hard upon| bear a heavy hand on| lay a heavy hand on|be down upon| come down upon| ill treat| deal hardly with| deal hardmeasure to| rule with a rod of iron| chastise with scorpions| dye withblood| oppress| override| trample under foot| tread under foot| treadupon| trample upon| tread down upon| trample down upon| crush under aniron heel| ride roughshod over| rivet the yoke| hold a tight hand| keepa tight hand| force down the throat| coerce | give no quarter (pitiless) severe| strict| hard| harsh| dour| rigid| stiff| stern| rigorous|uncompromising| exacting| exigent| exigeant| inexorable| inflexible|obdurate| austere| hard-headed| hard-nosed| hard-shell [U . / S]|relentless| Spartan| Draconian| stringent| strait-laced| searching|unsparing| irohanded| peremptory| absolute| positive| arbitrary|imperative| coercive | tyrannical| extortionate| grinding|withering| oppressive| inquisitorial| inclement (ruthless) . / |cruel (malevolent) | haughty| arrogant | precisian . / severely | with a high hand| with a strong hand| with atight hand| with a heavy hand . / at the point of the sword| at the point of the bayonet . / Delirant reges plectuntur Achivi [Lat-]| manu forti [Lat-]| ognidebole ha sempre il suo tiranno [Italian] . / Lenity lenity| lenience| leniency| moderation |tolerance| toleration| mildness| gentleness| favor| indulgence|indulgency| clemency| mercy| forbearance| quarter| compassion . / be lenient | tolerate| bear with| parcere subjectis [Lat-]|give quarter . / indulge| allow one to have his own way| spoil . / lenient| mild| mild as milk| gentle| soft| tolerant| indulgent|easy-going| clement (compassionate) | forbearing| long-suffering . / Command command| order| ordinance| act| fiat| hukm| bidding|dictum| hest| behest| call| beck| nod . / despatch| dispatch| message| direction| injunction| charge|instructions| appointment| fixture . / demand| exaction| imposition| requisition| claim| reclamation|revendication| ultimatum (terms) | request | requirement . / dictation| dictate| mandate| caveat| decree| senatus consultum[Lat-]| precept| prescript| rescript| writ| ordination| bull| excathedra pronouncement [Lat-]| edict| decretal| dispensation|prescription| brevet| placit| ukase| ukaz [Rus]| firman| hatti-sherif| warrant| passport| mittimus| mandamus| summons| subpoena| nisiprius [Lat-]| interpellation| citation| word| word of command| motd`ordre [Fr-]| bugle call| trumpet call| beat of drum| tattoo| order ofthe day| enactment (law) | plebiscite (choice) . / command| order| decree| enact| ordain| dictate| direct| give orders . / prescribe| set| appoint| mark out| set a task| prescribe a task|impose a task| set to work| put in requisition . / bid| enjoin| charge| call upon| instruct| require at the hands of|exact| impose| tax| task| demand| insist on (compel) . / claim| lay claim to| revendicate| reclaim . / cite| summon| call for| send for| subpoena| beckon . / issue a command| make a requisition| issue a requisition|promulgate a requisition| make a decree| issue a decree| promulgate adecree| make an order| issue an order| promulgate an order n . / | givethe word of command| give the word| give the signal| call to order|give the law| lay down the law| assume the command (authority) |remand . / be ordered | receive an order commanding authoritative | decretory| decretive|decretal| callable| jussive . / in a commanding tone| by a stroke of the pen| by a dash of thepen| by order| at beat of drum| on the first summons . / the decree is gone forth| sic volo sic jubeo [Lat-]| le Roi leveut [Fr-]| boutez en avant [Fr-] . / Disobedience disobedience| insubordination| contumacy|infraction| infringement| violation| noncompliance| nonobservance revolt| rebellion| mutiny| outbreak| rising| uprising|insurrection| emeute [Fr-]| riot| tumult (disorder) | strike (resistance) | barring out| defiance . / mutinousness | mutineering| sedition| treason| hightreason| petty treason| misprision of treason| premunire [Lat-]| lesemajeste [Fr-]| violation of law | defection| secession . / insurgent| mutineer| rebel| revolter| revolutionary| rioter|traitor| quisling| carbonaro| sansculottes [Fr-]| red republican|bonnet rouge| communist| Fenian| frondeur| seceder| secessionist|runagate| renegade| brawler| anarchist| demagogue| Spartacus|Masaniello| Wat Tyler| Jack Cade| ringleader . / disobey| violate| infringe| shirk| set at defiance (defy) |set authority at naught| run riot| fly in the face of| take the lawinto one`s own hands| kick over the traces . / turn restive| run restive| champ the bit| strike (resist) |rise| rise in arms| secede| mutiny| rebel . / disobedient| uncomplying| uncompliant| unsubmissive| unruly|ungovernable| breachy| insubordinate| impatient of control|incorrigible| restiff| restive| refractory| contumacious| recusant (refuse) | recalcitrant| resisting | lawless| mutinous|seditions| insurgent| riotous . / unobeyed| unbidden . / seditiosissimus quisque ignavus [Lat-] [Tacitus]| unthread therude eye of rebellion [King John] . / Obedience obedience| observance | compliance|submission | subjection | nonresistance| passiveness|resignation . / allegiance| loyalty| fealty| homage| deference| devotion|constancy| fidelity . / submissness| submissiveness| ductility (softness) |obsequiousness (servility) . / be obedient | obey| bear obedience to| submit | comply|answer the helm| come at one`s call| do one`s bidding| do what one istold| do suit and service| attend to orders| serve faithfully . / follow the lead of| follow to the world`s end| serve | playsecond fiddle . / obedient| complying| compliant| loyal| faithful| devoted| at one`scall| at one`s command| at one`s orders| at one`s beck and call| underbeck and call| under control . / restrainable| resigned| passive| submissive | henpecked|pliant (soft) . / unresisted . / obediently | in compliance with| in obedience to . / to hear is to obey| as you please| if you please| your wish is mycommand| as you wish| no sooner said than done . / Compulsion compulsion| coercion| coaction| constraint|duress| enforcement| press| conscription . / force| brute force| main force| physical force| the sword| ultimaratio [Lat-]| club law| lynch law| mob law| arguementum baculinum| ledroit du plus fort [Fr-]| martial law . / restraint | necessity | force majeure [Fr-]| Hobson`schoice . / compel| force| make| drive| coerce| constrain| enforce| necessitate|oblige . / force upon| press| cram down the throat| thrust down the throat|force down the throat| say it must be done| make a point of| insistupon| take no denial| put down| dragoon . / extort| wring from| squeeze| put on the squeeze| put on thescrews| turn on the screw| drag into| bind| bind over| pin down| tiedown| require| tax| put in force| commandeer| restrain . / compelling coercive| coactive| inexorable |compulsory| compulsatory| obligatory| stringent| peremptory . / forcible| not to be trifled with| irresistible | compelled fain to . / by force n . / | by force of arms| on compulsion| perforce| vi etarmis [Lat-]| under the lash| at the point of the sword| at the pointof the bayonet| forcibly| by a strong arm . / under protest| in spite of one`s teeth| against one`s will |nolens volens (of necessity) [Lat-]| by stress of circumstances|by stress of weather| under press of| de rigueur . / with a gun to one`s head . / I`ll make him an offer he can`t refuse . / Master master| padrone| lord| lord paramount| commander|commandant| captain| chief| chieftain| sirdar| sachem| sheik| head|senior| governor| ruler| dictator| leader (director) | boss|cockarouse| sagamore| werowance . / lord of the ascendant| cock of the walk| cock of the roost| graymare| mistress . / potentate| liege| liege lord| suzerain| sovereign| monarch|autocrat| despot| tyrant| oligarch . / crowned head| emperor| king| anointed king| majesty| imperator[Lat-]| protector| president| stadholder| judge . / ceasar| kaiser| czar| tsar| sultan| soldan| grand Turk| caliph|imaum| shah| padishah| sophi| mogul| great mogul| khan| lama| tycoon|mikado| tenno [Jap]| inca| cazique| voivode| landamman| seyyid|Abuna| cacique| czarowitz| grand seignior . / prince| duke (nobility) | archduke| doge| elector| seignior|marland| margrave| rajah| emir| wali| sheik nizam| nawab . / empress| queen| sultana| czarina| princess| infanta| duchess|margravine| czarevna| czarita| maharani| rani| rectrix . / regent| viceroy| exarch| palatine| khedive| hospodar| beglerbeg|three-tailed bashaw| pasha| bashaw| bey| beg| dey| scherif| tetrarch|satrap| mandarin| subahdar| nabob| maharajah| burgrave| laird (proprietor) | collector| commissioner| deputy commissioner| woon . / the authorities| the powers that be| the government| staff| etatmajor [Fr-]| aga| official| man in office| person in authority|sircar| sirkar| Sublime Porte . / [Military authorities] marshal| field marshal| marechal| general|generalissimo| commander in chief| seraskier| hetman| lieutenantgeneral| major general| colonel| lieutenant colonel| major| captain|centurion| skipper| lieutenant| first lieutenant| second lieutenant|sublieutenant| officer| staff officer| aide-de-camp| brigadier| brigademajor| adjutant| jemidar| ensign| cornet| cadet| subaltern|noncommissioned officer| warrant officer| sergeant| sergeant major|color sergeant| corporal| corporal major| lance corporal| actingcorporal| drum major| captain general| dizdar| knight marshal| naik|pendragon . / [Civil authorities] mayor| mayoralty| prefect| chancellor| archon|provost| magistrate| syndic| alcalde| alcaid| burgomaster| corregidor|seneschal| alderman| councilman| committeeman| councilwoman| warden|constable| portreeve| lord mayor| officer (executive) | dewan|fonctionnaire [Fr-] . / [Naval authorities] admiral| admiralty| rear admiral| viceadmiral| port admiral| commodore| captain| commander| lieutenant|ensign| skipper| mate| master| officer of the day| OD| navarch . / da locum melioribus [Lat-]| der Furst ist der erste Diener seinesStaats [Germ-]| the prince is the first servant of his state| lord of thypresence and no land beside [King John] . / Servant subject| liegeman| servant| retainer| follower|henchman| servitor| domestic| menial| help| lady help| employe|attache| official . / retinue| suite| cortege| staff| court . / attendant| squire| usher| page| donzel| footboy| train bearer|cup bearer| waiter| lapster| butler| livery servant| lackey| footman|flunky| flunkey| valet| valet de chambre [Fr-]| equerry| groom| jockey|hostler| ostler| tiger| orderly| messenger| cad| gillie| herdsman|swineherd| barkeeper| bartender| bell boy| boots| boy| counterjumper|khansamah| khansaman| khitmutgar| yardman . / bailiff| castellan| seneschal| chamberlain| major-domo| groom ofthe chambers . / secretary| under secretary| assistant secretary| clerk|subsidiary| agent | subaltern| underling| understrapper| man . / maid| maidservant| handmaid| confidente [Fr-]| lady`s maid|abigail| soubrette| amah| biddy| nurse| bonne [Fr-]| ayah| nursemaid|nursery maid| house maid| parlor maid| waiting maid| chamber maid|kitchen maid| scullery maid| femme de chambre [Fr-]| femme fille [Fr-]|camarista| chef de cuisine| cordon bleu [Fr-]| cook| scullion|Cinderella| potwalloper| maid of all work| servant of all work|laundress| bedmaker| journeyman| charwoman (worker) | bearer|chokra| gyp (Cambridge)| hamal| scout (Oxford) . / serf| vassal| slave| negro| helot| bondsman| bondswoman|bondslave| ame damnee [Fr-]| odalisque| ryot| adscriptus gleboe[Lat-]| villian| villein| beadsman| bedesman| sizar| pensioner|pensionary| client| dependant| dependent| hanger on| satellite|parasite (servility) | led captain| protege [Fr-]| ward|hireling| mercenary| puppet| tool| creature . / badge of slavery| bonds . / serve| wait upon| attend upon| dance attendance upon| pin oneselfupon| squire| tend| hang on the sleeve of| chore [U . / S] . / in the train of| in one`s pay| in one`s employ| at one`s call (obedient) | in bonds . / [Insignia of authority] Scepter scepter| regalia| caduceus|Mercury`s rod| Mercury`s staff| Mercury`s wand| rod of empire| mace|fasces| wand| staff| staff of office| baton| truncheon| flag (insignia) | ensign of authority| emblem of authority| badge ofauthority| insignia of authority . / throne| chair| musnud| divan| dais| woolsack . / toga| pall| mantle| robes of state| ermine| purple . / crown| coronet| diadem| tiara| cap of maintenance| decoration|title | portfolio . / key| signet| seals| talisman| helm| reins (means of restraint) Freedom freedom| liberty| independence| license (permission) | facility . / scope| range| latitude| play| free play| full play| free scope|full scope| free stage and no favor| swing| full swing| elbowroom|margin| rope| wide berth| Liberty Hall . / franchise| denization| free man| freed man| livery man| denizen . / autonomy| self-government| liberalism| free trade| noninterference | Monroe Doctrine [U . / S] . / immunity| exemption| emancipation (liberation) |enfranchisement| affranchisement . / free land| freehold| allodium| frankalmoigne [Fr-]| mortmain[Fr-] . / bushwhacker| freelance| free thinker| free trader| independent . / be free | have scope n . / | have the run of| have one`s ownway| have a will of one`s own| have one`s fling| do what one likes| dowhat one wishes| do what one pleases| do what one chooses| go at large|feel at home| paddle one`s own canoe| stand on one`s legs| stand onone`s rights| shift for oneself . / take a liberty| make free with| make oneself quite at home| use afreedom| take leave| take French leave . / set free (liberate) | give a loose to (permit) | allowscope to| give scope to| give a horse his head . / make free of| give the freedom of| give the franchise|enfranchise| affranchise . / laisser faire [Fr-]| laisser aller [Fr-]| live and let live| leaveto oneself| leave alone| let alone . / free| free as air| out of harness| independent| at large| loose|scot-free| left alone| left to oneself . / in full swing| uncaught| unconstrained| unbuttoned| unconfined|unrestrained| unchecked| unprevented| unhindered| unobstructed|unbound| uncontrolled| untrammeled . / unsubject| ungoverned| unenslaved| unenthralled| unchained|unshackled| unfettered| unreined| unbridled| uncurbed| unmuzzled . / unrestricted| unlimited| unmitigated| unconditional| absolute|discretionary (optional) . / unassailed| unforced| uncompelled . / unbiassed| spontaneous . / free and easy| at ease| at one`s ease| degage [Fr-]| quite athome| wanton| rampant| irrepressible| unvanquished . / exempt| freed | freeborn| autonomous| freehold| allodial|gratis | eleutherian . / unclaimed| going a begging . / freely | ad libitum (at will) . / ubi libertas ibi patria [Lat-]| free white and twenty-one . / Subjection subjection| dependence| dependency|subordination| thrall| thralldom| thraldom| enthrallment| subjugation|bondage| serfdom| feudalism| feudality| vassalage| villenage| slavery|enslavement| involuntary servitude| conquest . / service| servitude| servitorship| tendence| employ| tutelage|clientship| liability | constraint | oppression (severity) | yoke (means of restraint) | submission |obedience . / be subject | be at the mercy of| lie at the mercy of| dependupon| lean upon| hang upon| fall a prey to| fall under| play secondfiddle . / be a mere machine| be a puppet| be a football| not dare to sayone`s soul is his own| drag a chain . / serve | obey | submit . / break in| tame| subject| subjugate| master | tread down|tread under foot| weigh down| drag at one`s chariot wheels| reduce tosubjection| reduce to slavery| enthrall| inthrall| bethrall| enslave|lead captive| take into custody (restrain) | rule | driveinto a corner| hold at the sword`s point| keep under| hold in bondage|hold in leading strings| hold in swaddling clothes . / subject| dependent| subordinate| feudal| feudatory| in subjectionto| under control| in leading strings| in harness| subjected| enslaved constrained | downtrodden| overborne| overwhelmed| underthe lash| on the hip| led by the nose| henpecked| the puppet of| thesport of| the plaything of| under one`s orders| under one`s command|under one`s thumb| a slave to| at the mercy of| in the power of| in thehands of| in the clutches of| at the feet of| at one`s beck and call (obedient) | liable | parasitical| stipendiary . / under . / slaves - in a land of light and law [Whittier] . / Liberation liberation| disengagement| release| enlargement|emancipation| disenthrallment| disenthralment| affranchisement|enfranchisement| manumission| discharge| dismissal . / deliverance | redemption| extrication| acquittance|absolution| acquittal | escape . / liberate| free| set free| set clear| set at liberty| render free|emancipate| release| enfranchise| affranchise| manumit| enlarge|disband| discharge| disenthrall| disenthral| dismiss| let go| letloose| loose| let out| let slip| cast adrift| turn adrift| deliver | absolve (acquit) . / unfetter | untie | loose (disjoin) | loosen|relax| unbolt| unbar| unclose| uncork| unclog| unhand| unbind| unchain|unharness| unleash| disengage| disentangle| clear| extricate| unloose . / gain one`s liberty| obtain one`s liberty| acquire one`s liberty | get rid of| get clear of| deliver oneself from| shake off theyoke| slip the collar| break loose| break prison| tear asunder one`sbonds| cast off trammels| escape . / liberated out of harness (free) . / Int . / unhand me!| let me go!| Restraint restraint| hindrance | coercion (compulsion) | cohibition| constraint| repression| suppression|discipline| control . / confinement| durance| duress| imprisonment| incarceration|coarctation| entombment| mancipation| durance vile| limbo| captivity|blockade . / arrest| arrestation| custody| keep| care| charge| ward|restringency . / curb (means of restraint) | lettres de cachet [Fr-] . / limitation| restriction| protection| monopoly| prohibition . / prisoner | repressionist . / restrain| check| put under restraint| lay under restraint| enthral|enthrall| inthral| inthrall| bethral| bethrall| restrict| debar (hinder) | constrain| coerce (compel) | curb| control| holdback| hold from| hold in| hold in check| hold within bounds| keep back|keep from| keep in| keep in check| keep within bounds| hold in leash|hold in leading strings| withhold . / keep under| repress| suppress| smother| pull in| rein in| hold|hold fast| keep a tight hand on| prohibit | inhibit| cohibit . / enchain| fasten (join) | fetter| shackle| entrammel| bridle|muzzle| hopple| gag| pinion| manacle| handcuff| tie one`s hands|hobble| bind hand and foot| swathe| swaddle| pin down| tether| picket|tie down| tie up| secure| forge fetters| disable| hamstring(incapacitate) . / confine| shut up| shut in| clap up| lock up| box up| mew up|bottle up| cork up| seal up| button up| hem in| bolt in| wall in| railin| impound| pen| coop| inclose (circumscribe) | cage| incage|encage| close the door upon| cloister| imprison| immure| incarcerate|entomb| clap under hatches| lay under hatches| put in irons| put in astrait-waistcoat| throw into prison| cast into prison| put intobilboes . / arrest| take up| take charge of| take into custody| take prisoner|take captive| make prisoner| make captive| captivate| lead captive|lead into captivity| send to prison| commit to prison| commit| give incharge| give in custody| subjugate . / restrained| constrained| imprisoned pent up| jammed in|wedged in| under lock and key| under restraint| under hatches| inswaddling clothes| on parole| in custody| doing time (prisoner) |cohibitive| coactive (compulsory) [Obs] . / stiff| restringent| strait-laced| hidebound| barkbound . / ice bound| wind bound| weather bound| cabined cribbed confined[Macbeth]| in Lob`s pound| laid by the heels . / [Means of restraint] Prison prison| prison house| jail|gaol| cage| coop| den| cell| stronghold| fortress| keep| donjon|dungeon| Bastille| oubliette| bridewell| house of correction| hulks|tollbooth| panopticon| penitentiary| guardroom| lockup| hold| roundhouse| watch house| station house| sponging house| station| house ofdetention| black hole| pen| fold| pound| inclosure | isolation(exclusion) | penal settlement| penal colony| bilboes| stocks|limbo| quod [Lat-]| calaboose| chauki| choky| thana| workhouse [U . / S] . / Newgate| Fleet| Marshalsea| King`s Bench| Queen`s Bench . / bond| bandage| irons| pinion| gyve| fetter| shackle| trammel|manacle| handcuff| straight jacket| strait jacket| strait-jacket|strait-waistcoat| hopples| vice| vise . / yoke| collar| halter| harness| muzzle| gag| bit| brake| curb|snaffle| bridle| rein| reins| bearing rein| martingale| leading string|tether| picket| band| guy| chain| cord (fastening) | cavesson|hackamore [U . / S]| headstall| jaquima [U . / S]| lines| ribbons . / bolt| deadbolt| bar| lock| police lock| combination lock| padlock|rail| wall| stone wall| paling| palisade| fence| picket fence| barbedwire fence| Cyclone fence| stockade fence| chailink fence| barrier|barricade . / drag (hindrance) . / Keeper keeper| custodian| custos [Lat-]| ranger| warder|jailer| gaoler| turnkey| castellan| guard| watchdog| watchman| Charley|chokidar| durwan| hayward| sentry| sentinel| watch and ward|concierge| coast guard| guarda costa [Spanish]| game keeper . / escort| bodyguard . / protector| governor| duenna [Spanish]| guardian| governess (teacher) | nurse| nanny| babysitter| catsitter| dogsitter| bonne[Fr-]| ayah . / Prisoner prisoner| prisoner of war| POW| captive| inmate|detainee| hostage| abductee| detenu [Fr-]| close prisoner . / jail bird| ticket of leave man| chevronne [Fr-] . / stand committed| be imprisoned . / take prisoner| take hostage (capture) . / imprisoned | in prison| in quod [Lat-]| in durance vile| inlimbo| in custody| doing time| in charge| in chains| under lock andkey| under hatches| on parole . / [Vicarious authority] Commission commission| delegation|consignment| assignment| procuration| deputation| legation| mission|embassy| agency| agentship| power of attorney| clerkship| surrogacy . / errand| charge| brevet| diploma| exequatur [Lat-]| permit (permission) . / appointment| nomination| designation| return| charter| ordination|installation| inauguration| investiture| swearing-in| accession|coronation| enthronement . / vicegerency| regency| regentship . / viceroy | consignee | deputy . / [person who receives a commission] agent| delegate| consignee commission| delegate| depute| consign| assign| charge| intrust|entrust| commit| commit to the hands of| authorize (permit) . / put in commission| accredit| engage| hire| bespeak| appoint| name|nominate| return| ordain| install| induct| inaugurate| swear in|invest| crown| enroll| enlist| give power of attorney to . / employ| empower| set over| place over| send out . / be commissioned| be accredited| represent| stand for| stand in thestead of| stand in the place of| stand in the shoes of . / commissioned per procurationem [Lat-] . / Abrogation abrogation| annulment| nullification| recision|vacatur [Lat-]| canceling cancel| revocation| revokement|repeal| rescission| defeasance . / dismissal| conge [Fr-]| demission| bounce [U . / S]| deposal|deposition| dethronement| disestablishment| disendowment|deconsecration| sack [Slang]| walking papers| pink slip| walkingticket| yellow cover [Slang] . / abolition| abolishment| dissolution . / counter order| countermand| repudiation| retraction| retractation|recantation (tergiversation) | abolitionist . / abrogate| annul| cancel| destroy | abolish| revoke| repeal|rescind| reverse| retract| recall| abolitionize| overrule| override|set aside| disannul| dissolve| quash| nullify| declare null and void|disestablish| disendow| deconsecrate . / disclaim (deny) | ignore| repudiate| recant | divestoneself| break off . / countermand| counter order| do away with| sweep away| brush away|throw overboard| throw to the dogs| scatter to the winds| cast behind . / dismiss| discard| cast off| turn off| cast out| cast adrift| castout of doors| cast aside| cast away| send off| send away| send packing|send about one`s business| discharge| get rid of (eject) | bounce[U . / S]| fire [Slang]| fire out [Slang]| sack [Slang] . / cashier| break| oust| unseat| unsaddle| unthrone| dethrone|disenthrone| depose| uncrown| unfrock| strike off the roll| disbar|disbench . / be abrogated | receive its quietus| walk the plank . / abrogated functus officio [Lat-] . / Int . / get along with you!| begone!| go about your business!| away with!| Resignation resignation| retirement| abdication|renunciation| abjuration| abandonment| relinquishment . / resign| give up| throw up| lay down| throw up the cards| wash one`shands of| abjure| renounce| forego| disclaim| retract| deny . / abrogate | desert (relinquish) | get rid of . / abdicate| vacate| vacate one`s seat| accept the stewardship of theChiltern Hundreds| retire| tender one`s resignation . / abdicant . / Othello`s occupation`s gone [Othello] . / Consignee consignee| trustee| nominee| committee . / agent| delegate| commissary| commissioner| emissary| envoy|commissionaire [Fr-]| messenger . / diplomatist| diplomat| diplomate| corps diplomatique [Fr-]|embassy| ambassador| embassador| representative| resident| consul|legate| nuncio| internuncio| charge d`affaires [Fr-]| attache . / vicegerent (deputy) | plenipotentiary . / functionary| placeman| curator| treasurer | factor| bailiff|clerk| secretary| attorney| advocate| solicitor| proctor| broker|underwriter| commission agent| auctioneer| one`s man of business|factotum (director) | caretaker| dalal| dubash| garnishee|gomashta . / negotiator| go-between| middleman| under agent| employe| servant | referee| arbitrator (judge) . / traveler| bagman| commis-voyageur [Fr-]| touter| commercialtraveler| drummer [U . / S]| traveling man . / newspaper correspondent| own correspondent| special correspondent . / Deputy deputy| substitute| vice| proxy| locum tenens| badli|delegate| representative| next friend| surrogate| secondary . / regent| viceregent| vizier| minister| vicar| premier (director)| chancellor| prefect| provost| warden| lieutenant| archon| consul|proconsul| viceroy (governor) | commissioner | Tsung-liYamen| Wai Wu Pu| plenipotentiary| alter ego . / team| eight| eleven| champion . / be deputy n . / | stand for| appear for| hold a brief for| answerfor| represent| stand in the shoes of| walk in the shoes of| stand inthe stead of . / ablegate| accredit . / acting| vice| vice regal| accredited to . / in behalf of . / Permission permission| leave| allowance| sufferance|tolerance| toleration| liberty| law| license| concession| grace|indulgence (lenity) | favor| dispensation| exemption| release|connivance| vouchsafement . / authorization| warranty| accordance| admission . / permit| warrant| brevet| precept| sanction| authority| firman|hukm| pass| passport| furlough| license| carte blanche [Fr-]| ticket ofleave| grant| charter| patent| letters patent . / permit| give permission n . / | give power| let| allow| admit|suffer| bear with| tolerate| recognize| concede | accord|vouchsafe| favor| humor| gratify| indulge| stretch a point| wink at|connive at| shut one`s eyes to . / grant| empower| charter| enfranchise| privilege| confer aprivilege| license| authorize| warrant| sanction| intrust (commission) . / give carte blanche [Fr-]| give the reins to| give scope to (freedom) | leave alone| leave it to one| leave the door open| openthe door to| open the flood gates| give a loose to . / let off| absolve (acquit) | release| exonerate| dispensewith . / ask permission| beg permission| request permission| ask leave| begleave| request leave . / permitting permissive| indulgent| permitted patent|chartered| permissible| allowable| lawful| legitimate| legal| legalized (law) | licit| unforbid| unforbidden| unconditional . / by leave| with leave| on leave n . / | speciali gratia [Italian]| underfavor of| pace| ad libitum (freely) | (at will) | by all means (willingly) | yes (assent) . / avec permissin [Fr-]| brevet d`invention [Fr-] . / Prohibition prohibition| inhibition| veto| disallowance|interdict| interdiction| injunction| estoppel [Law]| embargo| ban|taboo| proscription| index expurgatorius [Lat-]| restriction (restraint) | hindrance | forbidden fruit| Maine law [U . / S] . / prohibit| inhibit| forbid| put one`s veto upon| disallow| enjoin|ban| outlaw| taboo| proscribe| estop [Law]| bar| debar (hinder) |forefend . / keep in| keep within bounds| restrain | cohibit| withhold|limit| circumscribe| clip the wings of| restrict| interdict| taboo| putunder an interdiction| place under an interdiction| put under the ban|place under the ban| proscribe| exclude| shut out| shut the door| boltthe door| show the door| warn off| dash the cup from one`s lips| forbidthe banns . / prohibitive| prohibitory| proscriptive| restrictive| exclusive|forbidding prohibited not permitted | unlicensed|contraband| impermissible| under the ban of| illegal |unauthorized| not to be thought of| uncountenanced| unthinkable| beyondthe pale . / on no account (no) . / Int . / forbid it heaven!| (deprecation) . / hands off!| keep off!| hold!| stop!| desist!| cease and desist!|avast!| that will never do| don`t you dare| forget it| don`t even thinkabout doing it| go ahead| make my day [Dirty Harry] [Iron] . / Consent consent| assent | acquiescence| approval | compliance| agreement| concession| yieldance| yieldingness|accession| acknowledgment| acceptance| agnition . / settlement| ratification| confirmation| adjustment . / permit (permission) | promise . / consent| assent | yield assent| admit| allow| concede| grant|yield| come round| come over| give into| acknowledge| agnize| giveconsent| comply with| acquiesce| agree to| fall in with| accede|accept| embrace an offer| close with| take at one`s word| have noobjection . / satisfy| meet one`s wishes| settle| come to terms | notrefuse | turn a willing ear (willingness) | jump at| deign|vouchsafe| promise . / consenting squeezable| agreed (assent) |unconditional . / OK| yes (assent) | by all means (willingly) | noproblem| if you please| as you please| be it so| so be it| well andgood| of course| please do| don`t hesitate . / chi tace accousente [Italian] . / Offer offer| proffer| presentation| tender| bid| overture|proposal| proposition| motion| invitation| candidature| offering (gift) . / offer| proffer| present| tender| bid| propose| move| make a motion|make advances| start| invite| hold out| place in one`s way| putforward . / hawk about| offer for sale | press (request) | lay atone`s feet . / offer oneself| present oneself| volunteer| come forward| be acandidate| stand for| bid for| seek| be at one`s service| go a begging|bribe (give) . / offering| offered in the market| for sale| to let|disengaged| on hire . / Refusal refusal| rejection| noncompliance| incompliance|denial| declining declension| declinature| peremptory refusal|flat refusal| point blank refusal| repulse| rebuff| discountenance . / recusancy| abnegation| protest| disclaimer| dissent |revocation . / refuse| reject| deny| decline| turn down| nill| negative| refuseone`s assent| withhold one`s assent| shake the head| close the hand|close the purse| grudge| begrudge| be slow to| hang fire| pass (atcards) . / be deaf to| dismiss| turn a deaf ear to| turn one`s back upon| setone`s face against| discountenance| not hear of| have nothing to dowith| wash one`s hands of| stand aloof| forswear| set aside| castbehind one| not yield an inch (obstinacy) . / resist| cross| not grant | repel| repulse| shut the door inone`s face| slam the door in one`s face| rebuff| send back| send to theright about| send away with a flea in the ear| deny oneself| not be athome to| discard| spurn| (repudiate) | rescind (revoke) |disclaim| protest| dissent . / refusing restive| restiff| recusant| uncomplying|unconsenting| not willing to hear of| deaf to . / refused ungranted| out of the question| not to be thoughtof| impossible . / no | on no account| not for the world| no thank you| thanksbut no thanks . / non possumus [Lat-]| your humble servant [Iron]| bien oblige[Fr-]| not on your life [U . / S]| no way| not even if you beg on yourknees . / Request request| requisition| claim (demand) |petition| suit| prayer| begging letter| round robin . / motion| overture| application| canvass| address| appeal|apostrophe| imprecation| rogation| proposal| proposition . / orison (worship) | incantation (spell) . / mendicancy| asking| begging postulation| solicitation|invitation| entreaty| importunity| supplication| instance| impetration|imploration| obsecration| obtestation| invocation| interpellation . / request| ask| beg| crave| sue| pray| petition| solicit| invite| popthe question| make bold to ask| beg leave| beg a boon| apply to| callto| put to| call upon| call for| make a request| address a request|prefer a request| put up a request| make a prayer| address a prayer|prefer a prayer| put up a prayer| make a petition| address a petition|prefer a petition| put up a petition| make application| make arequisition| ask trouble| ask one for| claim (demand) | offer upprayers (worship) | whistle for . / beg hard| entreat| beseech| plead| supplicate| implore| conjure|adjure| obtest| cry to| kneel to| appeal to| invoke| evoke| impetrate|imprecate| ply| press| urge| beset| importune| dun| tax| clamor for|cry aloud| cry for help| fall on one`s knees| throw oneself at the feetof| come down on one`s marrowbones . / /


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