VI. WORDS RELATING TO THE SENTIMENT AND MORAL POWERS
I. AFFECTIONS IN GENERAL
Affections.
Feeling.
Sensibility.
Insensibility.
Excitation.
Excitability. [Excess of sensitiveness.]
Inexcitability. [Absence of excitability, or of excitement.]
II. PERSONAL AFFECTIONS
1. Passive Affections
Pleasure.
Pain.
Pleasurableness. [Capability of giving pleasure; cause or source of pleasure.]
Painfulness. [Capability of giving pain; cause or source of pain.]
Content.
Discontent.
Regret.
Relief.
Aggravation.
Cheerfulness.
Dejection.
Rejoicing. [Expression of pleasure.]
Lamentation. [Expression of pain.]
Amusement.
Weariness.
Wit.
Dullness.
Humorist.
2. Discriminative Affections
Beauty.
Ugliness.
Ornament.
Blemish.
Simplicity.
Taste. [Good taste.]
Vulgarity. [Bad taste.]
Fashion.
Ridiculousness.
Fop.
Affectation.
Ridicule.
Laughingstock. [Object and cause of ridicule.]
3. Prospective Affections
Hope.
Hopelessness. [Absence, want or loss of hope.]
Fear.
Courage. [Absence of fear.]
Cowardice. [Excess of fear.]
Rashness.
Caution.
Desire.
Indifference.
Dislike.
Fastidiousness.
Satiety.
4. Contemplative Affections
Wonder.
Expectance. [Absence of wonder.]
Prodigy.
4. Extrinsic Affections; personal affections derived from the opinions or feelings of others)
Repute.
Disrepute.
Nobility.
Commonalty.
Title.
Pride.
Humility.
Vanity.
Modesty.
Ostentation.
Celebration.
Boasting.
Insolence. [Undue assumption of superiority.]
Servility.
Blusterer.
III. SYMPATHETIC AFFECTIONS
1. Social Affections
Friendship.
Enmity.
Friend.
Enemy.
Sociality.
Seclusion.
Courtesy.
Discourtesy.
Congratulation.
Love.
Hate.
Favorite.
Resentment.
Irascibility.
Sullenness.
Endearment. [Expression of affection or love.]
Marriage.
Celibacy.
Divorce.
2. Diffusive Sympathetic Affections
Benevolence.
Malevolence.
Malediction.
Threat.
Philanthropy.
Misanthropy.
Benefactor.
Evil doer. [Maleficent being.]
2. Special Sympathetic Affections
Pity.
Pitilessness.
Condolence.
2. Retrospective Sympathetic Affections
Gratitude.
Ingratitude.
Forgiveness.
Revenge.
Jealousy.
Envy.
IV. MORAL AFFECTIONS
1. Moral Obligations
Right.
Wrong.
Dueness.
Undueness. [Absence of right.]
Duty.
Dereliction of Duty.
Exemption.
2. Moral Sentiments
Respect.
Disrespect.
Contempt.
Approbation.
Disapprobation.
Flattery.
Detraction.
Flatterer.
Detractor.
Vindication.
Accusation.
3. Moral Conditions
Probity.
Improbity.
Knave.
Disinterestedness.
Selfishness.
Virtue.
Vice.
Innocence.
Guilt.
Good man
Bad man
Penitence.
Impenitence.
Atonement.
4. Moral Practice
Temperance.
Intemperance.
Sensualist.
Asceticism.
Fasting.
Gluttony.
Sobriety.
Drunkenness.
Purity.
Impurity.
Libertine.
5. Institutions
Legality.
Illegality. [Absence or violation of law.]
Jurisdiction.
Tribunal.
Judge.
Lawyer.
Lawsuit.
Acquittal.
Condemnation.
Punishment.
Reward.
Penalty.
Scourge. [Instrument of punishment.]
V. RELIGIOUS AFFECTIONS
1. Superhuman Beings and Regions
Deity.
Angel. [Beneficent spirits.]
Satan. [Maleficent spirits.]
2. Mythological and other fabulous Deities and Powers
Jupiter.
Demon.
Heaven.
Hell.
Theology. [Religious knowledge.]
Orthodoxy.
Heterodoxy.
Revelation.
Pseudo-Revelation.
3. Religious Sentiments
Piety.
Impiety.
Irreligon.
4. Acts of Religion
Worship.
Idolatry.
Sorcery.
Spell.
Sorcerer.
5. Religious Institutions
Churchdom.
Clergy.
Laity.
Rite.
Canonicals.
Temple.
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