V. WORDS RELATING TO THE VOLUNTARY POWERS; INDIVIDUAL VOLITION
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.
Pretext. [Ostensible motive, ground, or reason assigned.]
3. Objects of Volition
Good.
Evil.
II. Prospective Volition
1. Conceptional Volition
Intention.
Chance. [Absence of purpose in the succession of events.]
Pursuit. [Purpose in action.]
Avoidance. [Absence of pursuit.]
Relinquishment.
Business.
Plan.
Method.
Mid-course.
Circuit.
Requirement.
2. Subservience to Ends; Actual Subservience
Instrumentality.
Means.
Instrument.
Substitute.
Materials.
Store.
Provision.
Waste.
Sufficiency.
Insufficiency.
Redundance.
2. Subservience to Ends; Degree of Subservience
Importance.
Unimportance.
Utility.
Inutility.
Expedience. [Specific subservience.]
Inexpedience.
Goodness. [Capability of producing good. Good qualities.]
Badness. [Capability of producing evil. Bad qualities.]
Perfection.
Imperfection.
Cleanness.
Uncleanness.
Health.
Disease.
Salubrity.
Insalubrity.
Improvement.
Deterioration.
Restoration.
Relapse.
Remedy.
Bane.
2. Subservience to Ends; Contingent Subservience
Safety.
Danger.
Refuge. [Means of safety.]
Pitfall. [Source of danger.]
Warning.
Alarm. [Indication of danger.]
Preservation.
Escape.
Deliverance.
2. Subservience to Ends; Precursory Measures
Preparation.
Nonpreparation.
Essay.
Undertaking.
Use.
Disuse.
Misuse.
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.
IV. ANTAGONISM
1. Conditional Antagonism
Difficulty.
Facility.
Hindrance.
Aid.
Opposition.
Cooperation.
Opponent.
Auxiliary.
Party.
Discord.
Concord.
Defiance.
Attack.
Defense
Retaliation.
Resistance.
Contention.
Peace.
Warfare.
Pacification.
Mediation.
Submission.
Combatant.
Arms.
Arena.
V. RESULTS OF VOLUNTARY ACTION
Completion.
Noncompletion.
Success.
Failure.
Trophy.
Prosperity.
Adversity.
Mediocrity.
V. WORDS RELATING TO THE VOLUNTARY POWERS; INTERSOCIAL VOLITION
I. GENERAL INTERSOCIAL VOLITION (Implying the action of the will of one mind over the will of another)
Authority.
Laxity. [Absence of authority.]
Severity.
Lenity.
Command.
Disobedience.
Obedience.
Compulsion.
Master.
Servant.
Scepter.
Freedom.
Subjection.
Liberation.
Restraint.
Prison. [Means of restraint.]
Keeper.
Prisoner.
Commission. [Vicarious authority.]
Abrogation.
Resignation.
Consignee.
Deputy.
II. SPECIAL INTERSOCIAL VOLITION
Permission.
Prohibition.
Consent.
Offer.
Refusal.
Request.
Deprecation. [Negative request.]
Petitioner.
III. CONDITIONAL INTERSOCIAL VOLITION
Promise.
Release from engagement.
Compact.
Conditions.
Security.
Observance.
Nonobservance.
Compromise.
IV. POSSESSIVE RELATIONS (relations which concern property)
1. Property in general
Acquisition.
Loss.
Posession.
Exemption.
Participation. [Joint possession.]
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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