Non intimidating thesaurus
Revell Company London and Edinburgh ft UOPYRIGHT 1S83-1886, 1898, BY SAMUEL FALLOWS. Profligate, wick- ed, vicious, unprincipled, reprobate, incorrigible, sinful, graceless, demor- alized, dissolute, depraved, bad, licen- tious, corrupt. Virtuous, conacientious, cor- rect, upright, worthy, righteous, self- controlled, high-principled, steady, good.
Degrade, disgrace, bring low, reduce, humble, demean, stoop, humiliate, depress, lower, sink, dis- honor. Promote, exalt, honor, raise, elevate, dignify, aggrandize.
ABO berth, quarters : with the idea of per- manence. Halt, perch, tent, bivouac.car- avansary : with the idea of transience. Degraded, outcast, mis- erable, vile, pitiable, worthless, des- picable, groveling, fawning, squalid, base-minded, slavish, beggarly,servile, cringing, low, wretched, sordid. Honorable, dignified, eminent, exalted, esteemed, worthy, venerable, noble, princely, illustrious, independ- ent, self-assertive, self-reliant, vain, arrogant, insolent, haughty. Renounce, deny, apos- tatize, discard, recant, disclaiir, disa- vow, repudiate, revoke, retract, dis- own. Profess, assert, demand, vindi- cate, claim, cherish, advocate, retain, acknowledge, appropriate, hug. Strong, powerful, clever, skillful, talented, capable, fitted, effi- cient, effective, learned, gifted, mas- terly, telling, nervous, vigorous. Weak, inefficient, unskillful, silly, stupid, incapable, ineffective, unqualified. Washing, purifica- tion, cleansing, abstersion, defecation.