SECTION IV: Moral Affections
4. Moral Practice
Temperance. –N. moderation, sobriety, soberness, forbearance, abnegation, self-denial, self-restraint, self-control (resolution), frugality, vegetarianism, teetotalism, total abstinence, prohibition, abstinence, abstemiousness, ascetism, Pythagorism, Stoicism, vegetarian, Pythagorean, gymnosophist, teetotaler, abstainer
Intemperance. –N. sensuality, animalism, carnality, pleasure, effeminacy, silkiness, luxury, luxuriousness, lap of pleasure, lap of luxury, indulgence, high living, free living, inabstinence, self-indulgence, voluptuousness, epicurism, epicureanism, sybaritism, dissipation, licentiousness, debauchery, crapulence, revelry, debauch, carousal, jollification, drinking bout, wassail, Saturnalia, orgies, excess, too much, intoxication, Circean cup, drug habit.
Thesaurus of Words and Phrases by Peter Mark Roget, M.D., F.R.S. Enlarged by John Lewis Roget, M.A., New Edition Revised and Enlarged by Samuel Romily Roget, M.A. Published by Grosset & Dunlap, the edition is copyright 1941, 1947.
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