IV. WORDS RELATING TO THE INTELLECTUAL FACULTIES; FORMATION OF IDEAS

I. OPERATIONS OF INTELLECT IN GENERAL

[Absence or want of thought] Incogitancy.

[Antonyms: thought.]

[Nouns] incogitancy, vacancy, inunderstanding; fatuity [more]; thoughtlessness (inattention) [more]; vacuity.

[Verbs] not think [more]; not think of; dismiss from the mind, dismiss from the thoughts [more].

indulge in reverie (be inattentive) [more].

put away thought; unbend the mind, relax the mind, divert the mind.

[Adjectives] vacant, unintellectual, unideal, unoccupied, unthinking, inconsiderate, thoughtless; absent (inattentive) [more]; diverted; irrational [more]; narrowminded [more].

unthought of, undreamt of, unconsidered; off one's mind; incogitable, not to be thought of.

[Phrases] absence d'esprit; pabulum pictura pascit inani.

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