3°. Power In Operation
  • Production (Substantives), creation, formation, construction, fabrication, manufacture, building, architecture, edification, coinage, organisation, putting together, establishment, setting up, performance 729, workmanship, output.
  • Development, genesis, generation, epigenesis, procreation, propagation, bringing forth, parturition, growth, proliferation.

    Theory of development: Evolution, Heredity, Mendelism 154, Eugenics.

    (Verbs). To produce, effect, perform, operate, do, make, gar, form, construct, fabricate, frame, manufacture, weave, forge, coin, carve, chisel, build, raise, edify, rear, erect, run up, establish.

    To constitute, compose, organise, work out, realise, bring to bear, bring to pass, accomplish, bring off, bear fruit.

    To create, generate, engender, beget, bring into being, breed, bear, procreate, give birth to, bring forth, yean, hatch, develop, bring up.

    To induce, superinduce, suscitate, see Cause 153.

    (Adjectives). Produced, etc., producing, productive of, etc., formative, parturient, genetic; eugenic.

  • Non-production.
  • Destruction (Substantives), waste, dissolution, breaking up, consumption, disorganisation, falling to pieces, crumbling, etc.

    Fall, downfall, ruin, perdition, crash, smash, havoc, délabrement, desolation, bouleversement, débacle, upset, wreck, shipwreck, cataclysm, extinction, annihilation; doom, destruction of life, see Death 360.

    Demolition, demolishment, overthrow, subversion, suppression, dismantling, cutting up, corrosion, erosion, crushing, upsetting, abolition, abolishment, sacrifice, immolation, holocaust, dilapidation, devastation, razzia, extermination, eradication, extirpation, rooting out, averruncation, sweeping, etc., death-blow, coup de grâce, the crack of doom.

    (Verbs). To be destroyed, etc., waste, fall to pieces, break up, crumble, break down, double up.

    (Phrases). To go to the dogs; to go to pot; to go by the board; to be all over with; one's doom being sealed.

    To destroy, do away with, demolish, overturn, upset, throw down, overthrow, overwhelm, subvert, put an end to, uproot, eradicate, extirpate, root out, grub up, break up, pull down, crumble, smash, crash, crush, quell, quash, squash, cut up, shatter, shiver, batter, tear or shake to pieces, nip, tear to tatters, pick to pieces, put down, suppress, strike out, throw or knock down, cut down, knock on the head, stifle, dispel, fell, sink, swamp, scuttle, engulf, corrode, erode, consume, sacrifice, immolate, burke, blow down, sweep away, erase, expunge, wipe out, mow down, blast.

    To waste, lay waste, ravage, dilapidate, dismantle, disorganise, devour, swallow up, desolate, devastate, sap, mine, blow up, stifle, dispatch, extinguish, quench, annihilate, kill 361, unroot, root out, rout out, averruncate, deracinate.

    (Phrases). To lay the axe to the root of; make a clean sweep of; to make mincemeat of; to scatter to the winds; cut up root and branch; knock on the head; knock into a cocked hat; sap the foundations of; nip in the bud; strike at the root of; pluck up by the root; ravage with fire and sword.

    (Adjectives). Unproduced, unproductive, undestroyed, etc., done for, dished, etc.

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