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Democracy synonyms
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Approximately, a republic.
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  1. Approximately, a republic.
  2. The English state and government from the death of Charles I in 1649 to the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, including the Protectorate of 1653 to 1659.
  3. A nation or state in which there is self-government; democracy or republic
(--- Law) The upholding of what is just, especially fair treatment and due reward in accordance with honor, standards, or law:
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  1. (--- Law) The upholding of what is just, especially fair treatment and due reward in accordance with honor, standards, or law:
  2. The title of a justice of court.
  3. The administration, system, methods, or procedures of law:
An electoral system where citizens vote to elect people to represent their interests and concerns. Those elected meet to debate and make laws on behalf of the whole community or society, instead of the people voting directly on laws and other debates.
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  1. An electoral system where citizens vote to elect people to represent their interests and concerns. Those elected meet to debate and make laws on behalf of the whole community or society, instead of the people voting directly on laws and other debates.
Government of a group by the action of its own members, as in electing representatives to make its laws
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  1. Government of a group by the action of its own members, as in electing representatives to make its laws
  2. Political independence; autonomy.
  3. Popular or representative government; democracy.
A doctrine by which a numerical majority of an organized group holds the power to make decisions binding on all in the group.
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  1. A doctrine by which a numerical majority of an organized group holds the power to make decisions binding on all in the group.
  2. A decision rule whereby the decisions of the numerical majority of a group will bind on the whole group.
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The doctrine that all persons, regardless of wealth, social status, or the political power wielded by them, are to be treated the same before the law. The doctrine that all persons, regardless of wealth, social status, or the political power wielded by them, are to be treated the same before the law.
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  1. The doctrine that all persons, regardless of wealth, social status, or the political power wielded by them, are to be treated the same before the law. The doctrine that all persons, regardless of wealth, social status, or the political power wielded by them, are to be treated the same before the law.
The political doctrine that holds that all people in a society should have equal rights from birth.
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  1. The political doctrine that holds that all people in a society should have equal rights from birth.
The principles, policies, etc. of the Republican Party
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  1. The principles, policies, etc. of the Republican Party
  2. Republican principles, doctrines, etc.
  3. The advocacy of a republic as a means of government
Advocacy of such a system.
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  1. Advocacy of such a system.
  2. Philosophical belief in government under a written constitution.
  3. Government in which power is distributed and limited by a system of laws that the rulers must obey.
The right, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, to choose religious practices or to abstain from any without government intervention. The right, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, to choose religious practices or to abstain from any without government intervention.
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  1. The right, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, to choose religious practices or to abstain from any without government intervention. The right, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, to choose religious practices or to abstain from any without government intervention.
The right to express any opinion in public without censorship or restraint by the government, protected in the United States as a right under the First Amendment to the US Constitution.
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  1. The right to express any opinion in public without censorship or restraint by the government, protected in the United States as a right under the First Amendment to the US Constitution.
The right, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution to publish and distribute information in books, magazines, and newspapers without government intervention. The right, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution to publish and distribute information in books, magazines, and newspapers without government intervention.
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  1. The right, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution to publish and distribute information in books, magazines, and newspapers without government intervention. The right, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution to publish and distribute information in books, magazines, and newspapers without government intervention.
  2. The right to publish newspapers, magazines, books, etc. without government interference or prior censorship
The condition of being emancipated.
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  1. The condition of being emancipated.
  2. The liberation of an individual or a group from a constraint, such as the emancipation of slaves; in family law, the process by which a minor child becomes legally and financially independent of his or her parents and receives the legal rights, at least in some respects, of an adult. The liberation of an individual or a group from a constraint, such as the emancipation of slaves; in family law, the process by which a minor child becomes legally and financially independent of his or her parents and receives the legal rights, at least in some respects, of an adult.
  3. The act or an instance of emancipating.
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A political order whose head of state is not a monarch and in modern times is usually a president.
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  1. A political order whose head of state is not a monarch and in modern times is usually a president.
  2. The form of government of such a state or nation
  3. A specific republican government of a nation:
(Economics) A policy of governmental non-interference in economic affairs.
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  1. (Economics) A policy of governmental non-interference in economic affairs.
  2. An economic doctrine that opposes governmental regulation of or interference in commerce beyond the minimum necessary for a free-enterprise system to operate according to its own economic laws.
  3. A policy of non-interference by authority in any competitive process.
Find another word for democracy. In this page you can discover 39 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for democracy, like: commonwealth, justice, equality, representative-government, constitutional government, direct democracy, government by the people, self-government, majority-rule, tyranny-of-the-majority and the greatest good for the greatest number.