Democracy synonyms

dĭ-mŏk'rə-sē

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(Uncountable) The fact of being equal.
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All races and religions include a definition of justice in their codes of law and conduct. Justice is, in fact, the glue that holds societies together.
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(Australia) Australia, the Commonwealth of Australia, often referring to its federal government.
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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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Government through representation
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The agency or apparatus through which a governing individual or body functions and exercises authority.
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A country with this kind of government
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The condition of not being constrained or restricted in a specific aspect of life by a government or other power:
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(Countable) a specific variation or implementation of either such socio-economic system.
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A way of life providing extensive personal rights
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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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The political doctrine that holds that all people in a society should have equal rights from birth.
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Philosophical belief in government under a written constitution.
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The definition of a dictatorship is an office or government under absolute control of one person.
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Government through representation
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(Politics) A situation in which a government or other authority democratically supported by a majority of its subjects makes policies or takes actions benefiting that majority, without regard for the rights or welfare of the rest of its subjects.
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(Economics) A policy of governmental non-interference in economic affairs.
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Government through representation
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Self-government is the rule of a state, community or other group by its members.
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A way of life providing extensive personal rights
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A way of life providing extensive personal rights
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A way of life providing extensive personal rights
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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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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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Adherence to these
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A way of life providing extensive personal rights
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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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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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A way of life providing extensive personal rights
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The act of setting free from the power of another, from slavery, subjection, dependence, or controlling influence
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A way of life providing extensive personal rights
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A way of life providing extensive personal rights
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The form of government of such a state or nation
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The economic, political, and social system in medieval Europe, in which land, worked by serfs who were bound to it, was held by vassals in exchange for military and other services given to overlords
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Any political social system that implements a communist political philosophy.
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Find another word for democracy. In this page you can discover 54 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for democracy, like: equality, justice, commonwealth, freedom of speech, constitutional government, equalitarianism, government by the people, government, autocracy, freedom and capitalism.