logo

nothing: Associated Words Filter by Noun/Verb/Adjective/Adverb, Position, Positive/Negative, Common/Rare, Syllables & more. Words described by nothing & Words describing nothing

Refine Wordlist

Part of speech

Sentiment

Word Position

Usage Frequency

Number of Syllables


faze

  • verb disturb the composure of
    unsettle; enervate; unnerve.

More 'faze' Meaning


reck

To make account of; to care for; to heed; to regard. Archaic
This son of mine not recking danger. Sir P. Sidney.
And may you better reck the rede Than ever did the adviser. Burns.

More 'reck' Meaning


mart

  • noun an area in a town where a public mercantile establishment is set up
    market place; marketplace; market.

More 'mart' Meaning


there

  • noun a location other than here; that place
    • you can take it from there
  • adverb in or at that place
    in that location; at that place.
    • they have lived there for years
    • it's not there
    • that man there

More 'there' Meaning


daunt

  • verb cause to lose courage
    scare away; scare off; frighten off; dash; pall; scare; frighten away.
    • dashed by the refusal

More 'daunt' Meaning


prejudge

  • verb judge beforehand, especially without sufficient evidence

More 'prejudge' Meaning


dispirit

  • verb lower someone's spirits; make downhearted
    depress; dismay; deject; demoralise; get down; cast down; demoralize.
    • These news depressed her
    • The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her

More 'dispirit' Meaning


extenuate

  • verb lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of
    mitigate; palliate.
    • The circumstances extenuate the crime

More 'extenuate' Meaning


demotivates

Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.

fazed

  • adjective satellite caused to show discomposure
    daunted; bothered.
    • refused to be fazed by the objections
  • verb disturb the composure of
    faze; unsettle; enervate; unnerve.

More 'fazed' Meaning


reck

To make account of; to care for; to heed; to regard. Archaic
This son of mine not recking danger. Sir P. Sidney.
And may you better reck the rede Than ever did the adviser. Burns.

More 'reck' Meaning


unbeseeming

Unbecoming; not befitting. -- Un`be*seem"ing*ly, adv. -- Un`be*seem"ing*ness, n.

More 'unbeseeming' Meaning


ambition

  • noun a cherished desire
    aspiration; dream.
    • his ambition is to own his own business
  • noun a strong drive for success
    ambitiousness.

More 'ambition' Meaning


budge

  • noun United States tennis player who in 1938 was the first to win the Australian and French and English and United States singles championship in the same year (1915-2000)
    Don Budge; John Donald Budge.
  • verb move very slightly
    shift; stir; agitate.
    • He shifted in his seat

More 'budge' Meaning


foreknow

  • verb realize beforehand
    anticipate; foresee; previse.

More 'foreknow' Meaning


cognoscible

  • adjective capable of being known
    cognisable; knowable; cognizable.

More 'cognoscible' Meaning


aery

  • noun the lofty nest of a bird of prey (such as a hawk or eagle)
    eyrie; aerie; eyry.
  • noun any habitation at a high altitude
    eyrie; aerie; eyry.

More 'aery' Meaning


earthshaking

  • adjective satellite loud enough to shake the very earth
  • adjective satellite sufficiently significant to affect the whole world
    world-shattering; world-shaking.
    • earthshaking proposals
    • the contest was no world-shaking affair
    • the conversation...could hardly be called world-shattering

More 'earthshaking' Meaning


derogate

  • verb cause to seem less serious; play down
    minimize; denigrate; belittle.
    • Don't belittle his influence

More 'derogate' Meaning


unattempted

Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.

avail

  • noun a means of serving
    help; service.
    • of no avail
    • there's no help for it
  • verb use to one's advantage
    • He availed himself of the available resources

More 'avail' Meaning


definable

  • adjective satellite capable of being defined, limited, or explained
    • definable terms
    • definable rules

More 'definable' Meaning


forbodes

Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.

loverlike

  • adjective satellite like or in the manner of a lover
    loverly.

More 'loverlike' Meaning


gratuitousness

Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.

blameful

  • adjective satellite deserving blame or censure as being wrong or evil or injurious
    blameable; blameworthy; censurable; blamable; culpable.
    • blameworthy if not criminal behavior
    • censurable misconduct
    • culpable negligence

More 'blameful' Meaning


ideate

  • verb form a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case
    conceive of; envisage; imagine.
    • Can you conceive of him as the president?

More 'ideate' Meaning


reproachable

Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.

cognize

  • verb be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about
    know; cognise.
    • I know that the President lied to the people
    • I want to know who is winning the game!
    • I know it's time

More 'cognize' Meaning


daunted

  • adjective satellite caused to show discomposure
    fazed; bothered.
    • refused to be fazed by the objections
  • verb cause to lose courage
    scare away; scare off; frighten off; dash; pall; daunt; scare; frighten away.
    • dashed by the refusal

More 'daunted' Meaning


detract

  • verb take away a part from; diminish
    take away.
    • His bad manners detract from his good character

More 'detract' Meaning


infuriate

  • verb make furious
    incense; exasperate.

More 'infuriate' Meaning


divulge

  • verb make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret
    disclose; reveal; unwrap; bring out; expose; let on; discover; break; let out; give away.
    • The auction house would not disclose the price at which the van Gogh had sold
    • The actress won't reveal how old she is
    • bring out the truth
    • he broke the news to her
    • unwrap the evidence in the murder case

More 'divulge' Meaning


mortify

  • verb practice self-denial of one's body and appetites
  • verb hold within limits and control
    crucify; subdue.
    • subdue one's appetites
    • mortify the flesh

More 'mortify' Meaning


accomplish

  • verb put in effect
    fulfil; execute; carry out; carry through; action; fulfill.
    • carry out a task
    • execute the decision of the people
    • He actioned the operation
  • verb to gain with effort
    reach; attain; achieve.
    • she achieved her goal despite setbacks

More 'accomplish' Meaning


detract

  • verb take away a part from; diminish
    take away.
    • His bad manners detract from his good character

More 'detract' Meaning


scary

  • adjective satellite provoking fear terror
    shivery; shuddery; chilling; scarey.
    • a scary movie
    • the most terrible and shuddery...tales of murder and revenge

More 'scary' Meaning


bode

  • verb indicate by signs
    omen; prefigure; auspicate; betoken; portend; foreshadow; predict; foretell; augur; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
    • These signs bode bad news

More 'bode' Meaning


extenuate

  • verb lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of
    mitigate; palliate.
    • The circumstances extenuate the crime

More 'extenuate' Meaning


shirk

  • verb avoid (one's assigned duties)
    goldbrick; shrink from; fiddle.
    • The derelict soldier shirked his duties
  • verb avoid dealing with
    • She shirks her duties

More 'shirk' Meaning


equiponderant

Being of the same weight.
A column of air . . . equiponderant to a column of quicksilver. Locke.

More 'equiponderant' Meaning


predestine

  • verb decree or determine beforehand
  • verb foreordain by divine will or decree
    foreordain; predestinate.

More 'predestine' Meaning


demoralize

  • verb corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
    pervert; debase; profane; misdirect; subvert; debauch; deprave; vitiate; corrupt; demoralise.
    • debauch the young people with wine and women
    • Socrates was accused of corrupting young men
    • Do school counselors subvert young children?
    • corrupt the morals
  • verb lower someone's spirits; make downhearted
    depress; dispirit; dismay; deject; demoralise; get down; cast down.
    • These news depressed her
    • The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her

More 'demoralize' Meaning


covet

  • verb wish, long, or crave for (something, especially the property of another person)
    • She covets her sister's house

More 'covet' Meaning


irk

  • verb irritate or vex
    gall.
    • It galls me that we lost the suit

More 'irk' Meaning


signify

  • verb denote or connote
    intend; stand for; mean.
    • `maison' means `house' in French
    • An example sentence would show what this word means
  • verb convey or express a meaning
    • These words mean nothing to me!
    • What does his strange behavior signify?

More 'signify' Meaning


untoward

  • adjective satellite not in keeping with accepted standards of what is right or proper in polite society
    unbecoming; uncomely; indecorous; unseemly; indecent.
    • was buried with indecent haste
    • indecorous behavior
    • language unbecoming to a lady
    • unseemly to use profanity
    • moved to curb their untoward ribaldry
  • adjective satellite contrary to your interests or welfare
    adverse; inauspicious.
    • adverse circumstances
    • made a place for themselves under the most untoward conditions

More 'untoward' Meaning


disconcert

  • verb cause to feel embarrassment
    flurry; confuse; put off.
    • The constant attention of the young man confused her
  • verb cause to lose one's composure
    untune; discompose; upset; discomfit.

More 'disconcert' Meaning


avail

  • noun a means of serving
    help; service.
    • of no avail
    • there's no help for it
  • verb use to one's advantage
    • He availed himself of the available resources

More 'avail' Meaning


foreknow

  • verb realize beforehand
    anticipate; foresee; previse.

More 'foreknow' Meaning


embolden

  • verb give encouragement to
    cheer; recreate; hearten.

More 'embolden' Meaning


augur

  • noun (ancient Rome) a religious official who interpreted omens to guide public policy
    auspex.
  • verb indicate by signs
    omen; prefigure; auspicate; bode; betoken; portend; foreshadow; predict; foretell; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
    • These signs bode bad news

More 'augur' Meaning


dunder

The lees or dregs of cane juice, used in the distillation of rum. West Indies
The use of dunder in the making of rum answers the purpose of yeast in the fermentation of flour. B. Edwards.

More 'dunder' Meaning


extenuate

  • verb lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of
    mitigate; palliate.
    • The circumstances extenuate the crime

More 'extenuate' Meaning


layabout

  • noun person who does no work
    loafer; bum; idler; do-nothing.
    • a lazy bum

More 'layabout' Meaning


cognise

  • verb be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about
    know; cognize.
    • I know that the President lied to the people
    • I want to know who is winning the game!
    • I know it's time

More 'cognise' Meaning


budge

  • noun United States tennis player who in 1938 was the first to win the Australian and French and English and United States singles championship in the same year (1915-2000)
    Don Budge; John Donald Budge.
  • verb move very slightly
    shift; stir; agitate.
    • He shifted in his seat

More 'budge' Meaning


blab

  • verb divulge confidential information or secrets
    let the cat out of the bag; peach; babble; spill the beans; babble out; tattle; blab out; sing; talk.
    • Be careful--his secretary talks
  • verb speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly
    prate; chatter; tattle; piffle; gabble; gibber; clack; tittle-tattle; prattle; maunder; palaver; blabber; twaddle.

More 'blab' Meaning


solve

  • verb find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of
    lick; work out; work; puzzle out; figure out.
    • did you solve the problem?
    • Work out your problems with the boss
    • this unpleasant situation isn't going to work itself out
    • did you get it?
    • Did you get my meaning?
    • He could not work the math problem
  • verb find the solution
    resolve.
    • solve an equation
    • solve for x

More 'solve' Meaning


censorable

Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.

mistrust

  • noun doubt about someone's honesty
    distrust; suspicion; misgiving.
  • noun the trait of not trusting others
    distrust; distrustfulness.

More 'mistrust' Meaning


dead

  • noun people who are no longer living
    • they buried the dead
  • noun a time when coldness (or some other quality associated with death) is intense
    • the dead of winter

More 'dead' Meaning


suspect

  • noun someone who is under suspicion
  • noun a person or institution against whom an action is brought in a court of law; the person being sued or accused
    defendant.

More 'suspect' Meaning


intimidate

  • verb make timid or fearful
    • Her boss intimidates her
  • verb to compel or deter by or as if by threats
    restrain.

More 'intimidate' Meaning


portend

  • verb indicate by signs
    omen; prefigure; auspicate; bode; betoken; foreshadow; predict; foretell; augur; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
    • These signs bode bad news

More 'portend' Meaning


annoy

  • verb cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations
    rag; devil; bother; vex; irritate; nettle; rile; get to; nark; get at; gravel; chafe.
    • Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me
    • It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves

More 'annoy' Meaning


unlearn

  • verb try to forget; put out of one's memory or knowledge
  • verb discard something previously learnt, like an old habit

More 'unlearn' Meaning


rankle

  • verb gnaw into; make resentful or angry
    grate; fret; eat into.
    • The injustice rankled her
    • his resentment festered

More 'rankle' Meaning


palliate

  • verb lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of
    extenuate; mitigate.
    • The circumstances extenuate the crime
  • verb provide physical relief, as from pain
    assuage; relieve; alleviate.
    • This pill will relieve your headaches

More 'palliate' Meaning


elate

  • verb fill with high spirits; fill with optimism
    intoxicate; uplift; pick up; lift up.
    • Music can uplift your spirits

More 'elate' Meaning


concede

  • verb admit (to a wrongdoing)
    confess; profess.
    • She confessed that she had taken the money
  • verb be willing to concede
    yield; grant.
    • I grant you this much

More 'concede' Meaning


cute

  • adjective satellite attractive especially by means of smallness or prettiness or quaintness
    cunning.
    • a cute kid with pigtails
    • a cute little apartment
    • cunning kittens
    • a cunning baby
  • adjective satellite obviously contrived to charm
    precious.
    • an insufferably precious performance
    • a child with intolerably cute mannerisms

More 'cute' Meaning


subtract

  • verb make a subtraction
    deduct; take off.
    • subtract this amount from my paycheck
  • verb take off or away
    • this prefix was subtracted when the word was borrowed from French

More 'subtract' Meaning


ail

  • noun aromatic bulb used as seasoning
    garlic.
  • verb be ill or unwell

More 'ail' Meaning


cognize

  • verb be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about
    know; cognise.
    • I know that the President lied to the people
    • I want to know who is winning the game!
    • I know it's time

More 'cognize' Meaning


squelch

  • noun a crushing remark
    put-down; squelcher; takedown.
  • noun an electric circuit that cuts off a receiver when the signal becomes weaker than the noise
    squelcher; squelch circuit.

More 'squelch' Meaning


bode

  • verb indicate by signs
    omen; prefigure; auspicate; betoken; portend; foreshadow; predict; foretell; augur; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
    • These signs bode bad news

More 'bode' Meaning


dismay

  • noun the feeling of despair in the face of obstacles
    discouragement; disheartenment.
  • noun fear resulting from the awareness of danger
    alarm; consternation.

More 'dismay' Meaning


withhold

  • verb hold back; refuse to hand over or share
    keep back.
    • The father is withholding the allowance until the son cleans his room
  • verb retain and refrain from disbursing; of payments
    deduct; recoup.
    • My employer is withholding taxes

More 'withhold' Meaning


dishearten

  • verb take away the enthusiasm of
    put off.

More 'dishearten' Meaning


betoken

  • verb be a signal for or a symptom of
    bespeak; indicate; signal; point.
    • These symptoms indicate a serious illness
    • Her behavior points to a severe neurosis
    • The economic indicators signal that the euro is undervalued
  • verb indicate by signs
    omen; prefigure; auspicate; bode; portend; foreshadow; predict; foretell; augur; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
    • These signs bode bad news

More 'betoken' Meaning


deject

  • verb lower someone's spirits; make downhearted
    depress; dispirit; dismay; demoralise; get down; cast down; demoralize.
    • These news depressed her
    • The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her

More 'deject' Meaning


forebode

  • verb make a prediction about; tell in advance
    predict; anticipate; foretell; call; promise; prognosticate.
    • Call the outcome of an election

More 'forebode' Meaning


exasperate

  • verb exasperate or irritate
    aggravate; exacerbate.
  • verb make furious
    infuriate; incense.

More 'exasperate' Meaning


creature

  • noun a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
    animate being; brute; beast; animal; fauna.
  • noun a human being; `wight' is an archaic term
    wight.

More 'creature' Meaning


wa'n't

A colloquial contraction of was not.

More 'wa'n't' Meaning


vex

  • verb cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations
    annoy; rag; devil; bother; irritate; nettle; rile; get to; nark; get at; gravel; chafe.
    • Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me
    • It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves
  • verb disturb the peace of mind of; afflict with mental agitation or distress
    worry.
    • I cannot sleep--my daughter's health is worrying me

More 'vex' Meaning


dread

  • noun fearful expectation or anticipation
    apprehension; apprehensiveness.
    • the student looked around the examination room with apprehension
  • verb be afraid or scared of; be frightened of
    fear.
    • I fear the winters in Moscow
    • We should not fear the Communists!

More 'dread' Meaning


astonish

  • verb affect with wonder
    amaze; astound.
    • Your ability to speak six languages amazes me!

More 'astonish' Meaning


desiderate

To desire; to feel the want of; to lack; to miss; to want.
Pray have the goodness to point out one word missing that ought to have been there -- please to insert a desiderated stanza. You can not. Prof. Wilson.
Men were beginning . . . to desiderate for them an actual abode of fire. A. W. Ward.

More 'desiderate' Meaning


creature

  • noun a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
    animate being; brute; beast; animal; fauna.
  • noun a human being; `wight' is an archaic term
    wight.

More 'creature' Meaning


care

  • noun the work of providing treatment for or attending to someone or something
    aid; tending; attention.
    • no medical care was required
    • the old car needs constant attention
  • noun judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger
    precaution; caution; forethought.
    • he exercised caution in opening the door
    • he handled the vase with care

More 'care' Meaning


eatable

  • noun any substance that can be used as food
    edible; pabulum; victuals; victual; comestible.
  • adjective suitable for use as food
    comestible; edible.

More 'eatable' Meaning


forebode

  • verb make a prediction about; tell in advance
    predict; anticipate; foretell; call; promise; prognosticate.
    • Call the outcome of an election

More 'forebode' Meaning


absolutely

  • adverb completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers
    perfectly; dead; utterly.
    • an absolutely magnificent painting
    • a perfectly idiotic idea
    • you're perfectly right
    • utterly miserable
    • you can be dead sure of my innocence
    • was dead tired
    • dead right
  • adverb totally and definitely; without question
    • we are absolutely opposed to the idea
    • he forced himself to lie absolutely still
    • iron is absolutely necessary

More 'absolutely' Meaning


tacky

  • adjective satellite (of a glutinous liquid such as paint) not completely dried and slightly sticky to the touch
    • tacky varnish
  • adjective satellite tastelessly showy
    garish; gaudy; brassy; meretricious; tatty; tawdry; flash; cheap; flashy; gimcrack; loud; trashy.
    • a flash car
    • a flashy ring
    • garish colors
    • a gaudy costume
    • loud sport shirts
    • a meretricious yet stylish book
    • tawdry ornaments

More 'tacky' Meaning


descry

  • verb catch sight of
    espy; spot; spy.

More 'descry' Meaning


silly

  • noun a word used for misbehaving children
    • don't be a silly
  • adjective satellite ludicrous, foolish
    cockamamie; wacky; goofy; sappy; whacky; zany; cockamamy.
    • gave me a cockamamie reason for not going
    • wore a goofy hat
    • a silly idea
    • some wacky plan for selling more books

More 'silly' Meaning


i've

. Colloquial contraction of I have.

More 'i've' Meaning


sacrosanct

  • adjective satellite must be kept sacred
    inviolate; inviolable.

More 'sacrosanct' Meaning


intuit

  • verb know or grasp by intuition or feeling

More 'intuit' Meaning


enrage

  • verb put into a rage; make violently angry

More 'enrage' Meaning


effectuate

  • verb produce
    set up; effect.
    • The scientists set up a shock wave

More 'effectuate' Meaning


demoralise

  • verb corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
    pervert; debase; profane; misdirect; subvert; debauch; deprave; vitiate; corrupt; demoralize.
    • debauch the young people with wine and women
    • Socrates was accused of corrupting young men
    • Do school counselors subvert young children?
    • corrupt the morals
  • verb lower someone's spirits; make downhearted
    depress; dispirit; dismay; deject; get down; cast down; demoralize.
    • These news depressed her
    • The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her

More 'demoralise' Meaning


a

  • noun the 1st letter of the Roman alphabet
  • noun a metric unit of length equal to one ten billionth of a meter (or 0.0001 micron); used to specify wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation
    angstrom; angstrom unit.

More 'a' Meaning


want

  • noun a state of extreme poverty
    neediness; deprivation; privation.
  • noun the state of needing something that is absent or unavailable
    deficiency; lack.
    • there is a serious lack of insight into the problem
    • water is the critical deficiency in desert regions
    • for want of a nail the shoe was lost

More 'want' Meaning


shirk

  • verb avoid (one's assigned duties)
    goldbrick; shrink from; fiddle.
    • The derelict soldier shirked his duties
  • verb avoid dealing with
    • She shirks her duties

More 'shirk' Meaning


dampen

  • verb smother or suppress
    stifle.
    • Stifle your curiosity
  • verb make moist
    wash; moisten.
    • The dew moistened the meadows

More 'dampen' Meaning


abate

  • verb make less active or intense
    slake; slack.
  • verb become less in amount or intensity
    die away; slack off; slack; let up.
    • The storm abated
    • The rain let up after a few hours

More 'abate' Meaning


transmigrate

  • verb be born anew in another body after death
    reincarnate.
    • Hindus believe that we transmigrate
  • verb move from one country or region to another and settle there
    migrate.
    • Many Germans migrated to South America in the mid-19th century
    • This tribe transmigrated many times over the centuries

More 'transmigrate' Meaning


airy

  • adjective satellite open to or abounding in fresh air
    aired.
    • airy rooms
  • adjective satellite not practical or realizable; speculative
    windy; visionary; impractical; Laputan.
    • airy theories about socioeconomic improvement
    • visionary schemes for getting rich

More 'airy' Meaning


distract

  • verb draw someone's attention away from something
    deflect.
    • The thief distracted the bystanders
    • He deflected his competitors
  • verb disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
    perturb; disquiet; cark; trouble; disorder; unhinge.
    • She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill

More 'distract' Meaning


heed

  • noun paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)
    paying attention; attentiveness; regard.
    • his attentiveness to her wishes
    • he spends without heed to the consequences
  • verb pay close attention to; give heed to
    mind; listen.
    • Heed the advice of the old men

More 'heed' Meaning


dreary

  • adjective satellite lacking in liveliness or charm or surprise
    drab.
    • her drab personality
    • life was drab compared with the more exciting life style overseas
    • a series of dreary dinner parties
  • adjective satellite causing dejection
    blue; dingy; drear; disconsolate; dark; gloomy; dismal; drab; sorry; grim.
    • a blue day
    • the dark days of the war
    • a week of rainy depressing weather
    • a disconsolate winter landscape
    • the first dismal dispiriting days of November
    • a dark gloomy day
    • grim rainy weather

More 'dreary' Meaning


invent

  • verb come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or principle) after a mental effort
    formulate; devise; contrive; excogitate; forge.
    • excogitate a way to measure the speed of light
  • verb make up something artificial or untrue
    fabricate; manufacture; cook up; make up.

More 'invent' Meaning





How can we make the selection of words better for you?

Words are expressive, emotive, nuanced, subtle, erudite and discerning!

Unfortunately words are sometimes also elusive, deceptive, fleeting in memory.

Through months of bittersweet labor, we finally have assembled words together by context. A novel way to search for new and elusive words. Hope they help you!

Are we in the right direction? Are your needs fulfilled? If so how? Is there anything we can do or do better? Please let us know in the feedback form!
Collocation words for "nothing" are words related to "nothing" by occurring either before (prefix words) or after "nothing" (suffix words) in common language usage across multiple media. The words assembled above can be filtered by parts of speech (i.e) nouns, verbs, describing adjectives and adverbs, or by their positive or negative vibes, frequency in usage, whether they are prefix words or suffix words for "nothing" or by the count of syllables each word has.