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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
Entry Index
N to P
 
Multiformity Multitude Music
Musical Instruments Musician Mythic and pagan deities
Narrowness, Thinness Navigation Nearness
Necessity Negation Neglect
Neology Neverness Newness
News Nobility Nomenclature
Nonaddition; Deduction Nonassemblage; Dispersion Noncompletion
Nonexistence Nonimitation Nonincrease, Decrease
Nonobservance Nonpayment Nonpreparation
Nonresonance Nonuniformity Notch
Number Numbness Numeration
Obedience Obliquity Obliteration
Oblivion Obscurity Observance
Obstinacy Occasion Ocean
Odor Offer Oil
Oldness Omen Opacity
Opening Opponent Opposition
Optical Instruments Oracle Orange
Order Organization Ornament1
Ornament2 Orthodoxy Oscillation
Ostentation Outline Overestimation
Overrun Pacification Pain
Painfulness Painting and Black and White Parallelism
Parsimony Part Participation
Party Passage Paternity
Payment Peace Penalty
Pendency Penitence Perfection
Perforator Period Permanence
Permission Perpetuity Perseverance
Perspicuity Petitioner Philanthropy
Phrase Physical Insensibility Physical Pain
Physical Pleasure Physical Sensibility Piety
Pitfall Pitilessness Pity
Place Plain Plainness
Plan Plea Pleasurableness
Pleasure Plunge Plurality
Poetry Possession Possessor
Possibility Posteriority Posterity
Poverty Power Precedence
Precept Precession Precursor
Predetermination Prediction Preparation
Presence Present Time Preservation
Preterition Price Pride
Printing Priority Prison
Prisoner Probability Probity
Prodigality Prodigy Producer
Production Productiveness Proficient
Progression Prohibition Promise
Property Propulsion Prose
Prosperity Prototype Provision
Psychical Research Publication Pulpiness
 
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