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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
Class III.
 
Class III. Words Relating to Matter
Section I. Matter in General
Materiality.
Immateriality.
World.
Gravity.
Levity.
Section II. Inorganic Matter
  1. Solid Matter
    Density.
    Rarity.
    Hardness.
    Softness.
    Elasticity.
    Inelasticity.
    Tenacity.
    Brittleness.
    Texture.
    Pulverulence.
    Friction.
    Lubrication.
  2. Fluid Matter
    1. Fluids in General
      Fluidity.
      Gaseity.
      Liquefaction.
      Vaporization.
    2. Specific Fluids
      Water.
      Air.
      Moisture.
      Dryness.
      Ocean.
      Land.
      Gulf. Lake.
      Plain.
      Marsh.
      Island.
    3. Fluids in Motion
      Stream.
      River.
      Wind.
      Conduit.
      Air Pipe.
  3. Imperfect Fluids
    Semiliquidity.
    Bubble, Cloud.
    Pulpiness.
    Unctuousness.
    Oil.
    Resin.
Section III. Organic Matter
  1. Vitality
    1. Vitality in general
      Organization.
      Inorganization.
      Life.
      Death.
      Killing.
      Corpse.
      Interment.
    2. Special Vitality
      Animality.
      Vegetation.
      Animal.
      Vegetable.
      Zoölogy
      Botany.
      Cicuration.
      Agriculture.
      Mankind.
      Man.
      Woman.
  2. Sensation
    1. Sensation in general
      Physical Sensibility.
      Physical Insensibility.
      Physical Pleasure.
      Physical Pain.
    2. Special Sensation
      (1) Touch
      Touch.
      Sensations of Touch.
      Numbness.
      (2) Heat
      Heat.
      Cold.
      Calefaction.
      Refrigeration.
      Furnace.
      Refrigeratory.
      Fuel.
      Thermometer.
      (3) Taste
      Taste.
      Insipidity.
      Pungency.
      Condiment.
      Savoriness.
      Unsavoriness.
      Sweetness.
      Sourness.
      (4) Odor
      Odor.
      Inodorousness.
      Fragrance.
      Fetor.
      (5) Sound
      (i) Sound in General
      Sound.
      Silence.
      Loudness.
      Faintness.
      (ii) Specific Sounds
      Snap.
      Roll.
      Resonance.
      Nonresonance.
      Sibilation.
      Stridor.
      Cry.
      Ululation.
      (iii) Musical Sounds
      Melody. Concord.
      Discord.
      Music.
      Musician.
      Musical Instruments.
      (iv.) Perception of Sound
      Hearing.
      Deafness.
      (6) Light
      (i) Light in General
      Light.
      Darkness.
      Dimness.
      Luminary.
      Shade.
      Transparency.
      Opacity.
      Semitransparency.
      (ii) Specific Light
      Color.
      Achromatism.
      Whiteness.
      Blackness.
      Gray.
      Brown.
      Primitive Colors
      Redness.
      Complementary Colors
      Greenness.
      Yellowness.
      Purple.
      Blueness.
      Orange.
      Variegation.
      (iii) Perceptions of Light
      Vision.
      Blindness.
      Dim-sightedness.
      Spectator.
      Optical Instruments.
      Visibility.
      Invisibility.
      Appearance.
      Disappearance.

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