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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
Class IV.
 
Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties
Division (I) Formation of Ideas
Section I. Operations of Intellect in General
Intellect.
Absence or want of Intellect.
Thought.
Incogitance.
Idea.
Topic.
Section II. Precursory Conditions and Operations
Curiosity.
Incuriosity.
Attention.
Inattention.
Care.
Neglect.
Inquiry.
Answer.
Experiment.
Comparison.
Discrimination.
Indiscrimination.
Measurement.
Section III. Materials for Reasoning
Evidence
Counterevidence.
Qualification.
Possibility.
Impossibility.
Probability.
Improbability.
Certainty.
Uncertainty.
Section IV. Reasoning Processes
Reasoning.
Intuition. Sophistry.
Demonstration.
Confutation.
Section V. Results of Reasoning
Judgment.
Discovery.
Misjudgment.
Overestimation.
Underestimation.
Belief.
Unbelief. Doubt.
Credulity.
Incredulity.
Assent.
Dissent.
Knowledge.
Ignorance.
Scholar.
Ignoramus.
Truth.
Error.
Maxim.
Absurdity.
Faculties
Intelligence. Wisdom.
Imbecility. Folly.
Sage.
Fool.
Sanity.
Insanity.
Madman.
Section VI. Extension of Thought
  1. To the Past
    Memory.
    Oblivion.
  2. To the Future
    Expectation.
    Inexpectation.
    Disappointment.
    Foresight.
    Prediction.
    Omen.
    Oracle.
Section VII. Creative Thought
Supposition.
Imagination.
Division (II) Communication of Ideas
Section I. Nature of Ideas Communicated
Meaning.
Unmeaningness.
Intelligibility.
Unintelligibility.
Equivocalness.
Metaphor.
Interpretation.
Misinterpretation.
Interpreter.
Section II. Modes of Communication
Manifestation.
Latency.
Information.
Concealment.
Disclosure.
Ambush.
Publication.
News.
Secret.
Messenger.
Affirmation.
Negation.
Teaching.
Misteaching.
Learning.
Teacher.
Learner.
School.
Veracity.
Falsehood.
Deception.
Untruth.
Dupe.
Deceiver.
Exaggeration.
Section III. Means of Communicating Ideas
  1. Natural Means
    Indication.
    Record.
    Obliteration.
    Recorder.
    Representation.
    Misrepresentation.
    Painting, Black and White.
    Sculpture.
    Engraving.
    Artist.
  2. Conventional Means
    1. Language generally
      Language.
      Letter.
      Word.
      Neology.
      Nomenclature.
      Misnomer.
      Phrase.
      Grammar.
      Solecism.
      Style.
      Various Qualities of Style
      Perspicuity.
      Obscurity.
      Conciseness.
      Diffuseness.
      Vigor.
      Feebleness.
      Plainness.
      Ornament.
      Elegance.
      Inelegance.
    2. Spoken Language
      Voice.
      Aphonia.
      Speech.
      Stammering.
      Loquacity.
      Taciturnity.
      Allocution.
      Response
      Interlocution.
      Soliloquy.
    3. Written Language
      Writing.
      Printing.
      Correspondence.
      Book.
      Description.
      Dissertation.
      Compendium.
      Poetry.
      Prose.
      The Drama.

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