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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class V. Words Releasing to the Voluntary Powers
Division (II) Intersocial Volition
Section I. General Intersocial Volition

747. [Insignia of Authority.] Scepter.

   NOUN:[REGAL] scepter or sceptre, rod of empire; orb; pall; robes of -state, – royalty; ermine, purple; crown, coronet, diadem, cap of maintenance; triple plume, Prince of Wales’s feathers; uræus, flail [both Egyptian]; signet, seal.
  [ECCLESIASTICAL] tiara, triple crown; ring, keys; miter or mitre, crozier, crook, staff; cardinal’s hat; bishop’s -apron, – sleeves, – lawn, – gaiters, – shovel hat; fillet.
  [MILITARY] epaulet or epaulette, star, bar, eagle, crown [Brit.], oak leaf, Sam Browne belt; chevron, stripe.
  caduceus; Mercury’s -staff, – rod, – wand; mace, fasces, ax or axe, truncheon, staff, baton, wand, rod; staff -, rod- -of office, – of authority; insignia -, ensign -, emblem -, badge- of authority; flag (insignia) [See Indication]; regalia; toga, mantle, decoration; title [See Title]; portfolio.
  THRONE, Peacock throne [Chinese], musnud or masnad [Ar.]; raj-gaddi, gaddi or guddee [India], divan; wool-sack, chair; dais (seat) [See Support].
  TALISMAN, amulet, charm, sign.
  HELM; reins (means of restraint) [See Prison].