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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
Class V.
 
Class V. Words Releasing to the Voluntary Powers
Division (I) Individual Volition
Section I. Volition In General
  1. Acts of Volition
    Will.
    Necessity.
    Willingness.
    Unwillingness.
    Resolution.
    Perseverance.
    Irresolution.
    Obstinacy.
    Tergiversation.
    Caprice.
    Choice.
    Absence of Choice.
    Rejection.
    Predetermination.
    Impulse.
    Habit.
    Desuetude.
  2. Causes of Volition
    Motive.
    Absence of Motive.
    Dissuasion.
    Plea.
  3. Objects of Volition
    Good.
    Evil.
Section II. Prospective Volition
  1. Conceptional Volition
    Intention.
    Chance.
    Pursuit.
    Avoidance.
    Relinquishment.
    Business.
    Plan.
    Method.
    Mid-course.
    Circuit.
    Requirement.
  2. Subservience to Ends
    1. Actual Subservience
      Instrumentality.
      Means.
      Instrument.
      Substitute.
      Materials.
      Store.
      Provision.
      Waste.
      Sufficiency.
      Insufficiency.
      Redundance.
    2. Degree of Subservience
      Importance.
      Unimportance.
      Utility.
      Inutility.
      Expedience.
      Inexpedience.
      Goodness.
      Badness.
      Perfection.
      Imperfection.
      Cleanness.
      Uncleanness.
      Health.
      Disease.
      Salubrity.
      Insalubrity.
      Improvement.
      Deterioration.
      Restoration.
      Relapse.
      Remedy.
      Bane.
    3. Contingent Subservience
      Safety.
      Danger.
      Refuge.
      Pitfall.
      Warning.
      Alarm.
      Preservation.
      Escape.
      Deliverance.
  3. Precursory Measures
    Preparation.
    Nonpreparation.
    Essay.
    Undertaking.
    Use.
    Disuse.
    Misuse.
Section III. Voluntary Action
  1. Simple Voluntary Action
    Action.
    Inaction.
    Activity.
    Inactivity.
    Haste.
    Leisure.
    Exertion.
    Repose.
    Fatigue.
    Refreshment.
    Agent.
    Workshop.
  2. Complex Voluntary Action
    Conduct.
    Direction.
    Director.
    Advice.
    Council.
    Precept.
    Skill.
    Unskillfulness.
    Proficient.
    Bungler.
    Cunning.
    Artlessness.
Section IV. Antagonism
  1. Conditional Antagonism
    Difficulty.
    Facility.
  2. Active Antagonism
    Hindrance.
    Aid.
    Opposition.
    Coöperation.
    Opponent.
    Auxiliary.
    Party.
    Discord.
    Concord.
    Defiance.
    Attack.
    Defense.
    Retaliation.
    Resistance.
    Contention.
    Peace.
    Warfare.
    Pacification.
    Mediation.
    Submission.
    Combatant.
    Arms.
    Arena.
Section V. Results of Voluntary Action
Completion.
Noncompletion.
Success.
Failure.
Trophy.
Prosperity.
Adversity.
Mediocrity.
Division (II) Intersocial Volition
Section I. General Intersocial Volition
Authority.
Laxity.
Severity.
Lenity.
Command.
Disobedience.
Obedience.
Compulsion.
Master.
Servant.
Scepter.
Freedom.
Subjection.
Liberation.
Restraint.
Prison.
Keeper.
Prisoner.
Commission.
Abrogation.
Resignation.
Consignee.
Deputy.
Section II. Special Intersocial Volition
Permission.
Prohibition.
Consent.
Offer.
Refusal.
Request.
Deprecation.
Petitioner.
Section III. Conditional Intersocial Volition
Promise.
Release from engagement.
Compact.
Conditions.
Security.
Observance.
Nonobservance.
Compromise.
Section IV. Possessive Relations
  1. Property in general
    Acquisition.
    Loss.
    Possession.
    Exemption.
    Participation.
    Possessor.
    Property.
    Retention.
    Relinquishment.
  2. Transfer of Property
    Transfer.
    Giving.
    Receiving.
    Apportionment.
    Lending.
    Borrowing.
    Taking.
    Restitution.
    Stealing.
    Thief.
    Booty.
  3. Interchange of Property
    Barter.
    Purchase.
    Sale.
    Merchant.
    Merchandise.
    Mart.
  4. Monetary Relations
    Money.
    Treasurer.
    Treasury.
    Wealth.
    Poverty.
    Credit.
    Debt.
    Payment.
    Nonpayment.
    Expenditure.
    Receipt.
    Accounts.
    Price.
    Discount.
    Dearness.
    Cheapness.
    Liberality.
    Economy.
    Prodigality.
    Parsimony.

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