Roget's Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases

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888. Friendship -- N. friendship, amity; friendliness &c adj.; brotherhood, fraternity, sodality, confraternity; harmony &c (concord) 714; peace &c 721.

889. Enmity -- N. enmity, hostility; unfriendliness &c adj.; discord &c 713; bitterness, rancor.

890. Friend -- N. friend, friend of one's bosom; alter ego; best friend, bosom friend, soulmate, fast friend; amicus [Lat.] ; usque ad aras [Lat.] ; fidus Achates [Lat.] ; persona grata.

891. Enemy -- N. enemy; antagonist; foe, foeman † ; open enemy, bitter enemy, opponent &c 710; back friend.

892. Sociality -- N. sociality, sociability, sociableness &c adj.; social intercourse; consociation † ; intercourse, intercommunity † ; consortship † , companionship, comradeship; clubbism † ; esprit de corps.

893. Seclusion. Exclusion -- N. seclusion, privacy; retirement; reclusion, recess; snugness &c adj.; delitescence † ; rustication, rus in urbe [Lat.] ; solitude; solitariness &c (singleness) 87; isolation; loneliness &c adj.; estrangement from the world, voluntary exile; aloofness.

894. Courtesy -- N. courtesy; respect &c 928; good manners, good behavior, good breeding; manners; politeness &c adj.; bienseance, urbanity, comity, gentility, breeding, polish, presence; civility, civilization; amenity, suavity; good temper, good humor; amiability, easy temper, complacency, soft tongue, mansuetude; condescension &c (humility) 879; affability, complaisance, pr_evenance, amability † , gallantry; pink of politeness, pink of courtesy.

895. Discourtesy -- N. discourtesy; ill breeding; ill manners, bad manners, ungainly manners; insuavity † ; uncourteousness † , &c adj.; rusticity, inurbanity † ; illiberality, incivility displacency † .

896. Congratulation -- N. congratulation, gratulation † ; felicitation; salute &c 894; condolence &c 915; compliments of the season.

897. Love -- N. love; fondness &c adj.; liking; inclination &c (desire) 865; regard, dilection † , admiration, fancy.

898. Hate -- N. hate, hatred, vials of hate.

899. Favorite -- N. favorite, pet, cosset, minion, idol, jewel, spoiled child, enfant gat_e [Fr.] ; led captain; crony; fondling; apple of one's eye, man after one's own heart; persona grata.

900. Resentment -- N. resentment, displeasure, animosity, anger, wrath, indignation; exasperation, bitter resentment, wrathful indignation.

901. Irascibility -- N. irascibility, irascibleness, temper; crossness &c adj.; susceptibility, procacity, petulance, irritability, tartness, acerbity, protervity; pugnacity &c (contentiousness) 720.

901a. Sullenness -- N. sullenness &c adj.; morosity † , spleen; churlishness &c (discourtesy) 895; irascibility &c 901.

902. [Expression of affection or love.] Endearment -- N. endearment, caress; blandishment, blandiment † ; panchement, fondling, billing and cooing, dalliance, necking, petting, sporting, sparking, hanky-panky; caressing.

903. Marriage -- N. marriage, matrimony, wedlock, union, intermarriage, miscegenation, the bonds of marriage, vinculum matrimonii [Lat.] , nuptial tie.

904. Celibacy -- N. celibacy, singleness, single blessedness; bachelorhood, bachelorship † ; misogamy † , misogyny.

905. Divorce -- N. divorce, divorcement; separation; judicial separation, separate maintenance; separatio a mensa et thoro [Lat.] , separatio a vinculo matrimonii [Lat.] .