Term IDsort ascending Vocabulary Parent Term Description
1020 Environment Domestic Space Stable
1019 Environment Domestic Space Gate
1018 Cultural Issues Economy Self-sufficiency
1017 Actions Movement Driving
1016 Aesthetics Narrative Conjectural narration

This is the term I came up with to describe situations where the narrator (I was thinking mainly of anonymous narrators) uses phrases like "perhaps," "probably," "might," "maybe" to weaken the certainty or authority of what's being narrated. Where, that is, the narrator hedges his bets. JW

1014 Cultural Issues Law Spousal privilege
1013 Relationships Marital Spousal privilege
1012 Relationships Familial Conflict
1011 Cultural Issues Law Legal issue
1010 Cultural Issues Labor Farming
1009 Cultural Issues Law Witness
1008 Environment Domestic Space Backyard
1007 Cultural Issues Race White savior
1006 Themes and Motifs Philosophical Freedom
1005 Environment Place Railroad log line
1004 Aesthetics Genre Conventions Minstrelsy
1003 Themes and Motifs Supernatural Insight
1002 Themes and Motifs Animals Wildcats
1001 Themes and Motifs Objects Watch
1000 Themes and Motifs Absence/Loss Vanishing Indian
999 Themes and Motifs Animals Panther
998 Aesthetics Tone Humorous
997 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Roosevelt, Franklin D.
996 Cultural Issues Race Black property ownership
995 Themes and Motifs Arrivals/Departures Relocation
994 Environment Domestic Space Race
993 Cultural Issues War Draft
991 Cultural Issues Race Stereotype sweat
990 Cultural Issues Crime Penalty for
989 Themes and Motifs Arrivals/Departures Jailbreak
988 Themes and Motifs Death Execution
987 Relationships Ancestral Indian
986 Actions Work Law enforcement
985 Themes and Motifs Death Indian burial practices
984 Environment Domestic Space Racial confusion
983 Cultural Issues Land-Use Aboriginal
982 Aesthetics Narrative Repetition
981 Actions Mental Understanding
980 Cultural Issues Progress Trains
979 Aesthetics Diction Rural vernacular
978 Cultural Issues War World War I
977 Environment Domestic Space Dining room
976 Actions Interaction, Social Leadership
975 Actions Emotional Jealousy
974 Cultural Issues Labor Racialized
973 Relationships Commercial Landlord-tenant
972 Cultural Issues Land-Use Cotton farming
971 Actions Verbal Dialogue
970 Actions Bodily Idleness
969 Cultural Issues Crime Manslaughter
968 Cultural Issues Crime Making whisky
967 Actions Interaction, Private Rivalry
966 Aesthetics Style Character portrait
965 Relationships Familial Parents-children
964 Actions Verbal Arguing
963 Cultural Issues War Return
962 Cultural Issues Law Police
961 Cultural Issues Religion Godhead
960 Cultural Issues Nationality Japanese
959 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Polynesian tribes
958 Cultural Issues Progress Clearing the land
957 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Aztec tribes
956 Actions Bodily Grinning
955 Themes and Motifs Objects Heirloom
954 Cultural Issues Identity, Personal Hunter
953 Actions Bodily Bleeding
952 Relationships Interracial Competitive
951 Environment Natural Delta rivers
950 Actions Emotional Exasperation
949 Actions Interaction, Social Marriage
948 Cultural Issues Region Lost Cause
947 Aesthetics Intertextuality Shakespeare
946 Relationships Interracial White-black
945 Themes and Motifs Death Response to
944 Actions Verbal Listen
943 Actions Violent Vengeance
942 Environment Place Office
941 Themes and Motifs Objects Brass
940 Cultural Issues Crime Breaking and entering
939 Themes and Motifs Animals Ownership
938 Actions Physical Pursuit
937 Actions Play Gambling
936 Actions Perceptual Seeing
935 Cultural Issues War Patriotism
934 Cultural Issues Entertainment Poker game
933 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Underlining
932 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Hyperbole
931 Themes and Motifs Death Funeral
930 Aesthetics Diction Neologism

This keyword can be used for terms and words invented by Faulkner, including portmanteau words, hyphenated words (e.g., "ax-squared"), non-hyphenated words (e.g., "deathcolored"), onomatopoeic words, or other similar constructions. Not all hyphenated words would qualify as a neologism, such as "mud-caked" or "three-foot-high" which are too commonplace to qualify as neologisms. -CR

929 Environment Place Country vs city
928 Actions Movement Boat
926 Environment Natural Creek
925 Themes and Motifs Animals Raccoon
924 Cultural Issues Gender Southern woman
923 Cultural Issues Age Adolescence
922 Relationships Familial Sister-sister
921 Cultural Issues Global Pacific Ocean
920 Environment Domestic Space Porch
919 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Hitler, Adolph
918 Themes and Motifs Objects Steamboat