Important Definitions

29 Oct

FREEDOM- [free-duhm] -noun
1. personal liberty, as opposed to imprisonment or slavery
2. exemption from external control
3. political or national independence
4. exemption from the presence of something unpleasant (usually fol. by from)
5. ease of movement, action, or social interaction
6. rights and privileges, as of citizenship; civil liberty
7. right to use something

JUSTICE- [juhs-tis] -noun
1. fairness; rightness
2. the administration of punishment or reward
3. judge
Related forms:
justiceless, adjective
bring to justice
-idiom
to cause to come before a court for trial or to receive punishment for one’s misdeeds
do justice. -idiom
1. to act or treat justly or fairly
2. to appreciate properly
3. to acquit in accordance with one’s abilities or potentialities

WAR- [wawr] -noun
1. armed conflict
-verb (used with object)
warred, warring,
2. to make or carry on war

PEACE-[pees]-noun
1. freedom from war, trouble, or disturbance
2. treaty ending a war
Related forms: peaceful, peaceless, peacelike, adjective
peacemaker, peacelessness, nonpeace, self-peace, semipeace, noun
at peace
-idiom
1. in a state or relationship of nonbelligerence or concord; not at war
2. untroubled; tranquil; content
3. deceased
hold one’s peace
-idiom
to refrain from or cease speaking; keep silent
keep the peace
-idiom
to maintain order; cause to refrain from creating a disturbance
make one’s peace with
-idiom
to become reconciled with
make peace
-idiom
to ask for or arrange a cessation of hostilities or antagonism

MALITIA-[mi-lish-uh]-noun
organization for emergency military service
Related forms: militiaman, noun

CONSPIRACY-[kuhn-spir-uh-see]. -noun
-cies,
1. act of plotting
2. evil or surreptitious plan formulated in secret by two or more persons
3. agreement by two or more persons to commit a wrongful act
Related forms:
conspiratory, adjective
conspiratorially, adverb

OATH- [ohth] -noun
1. solemn affirmation; vow
2. curse
take an oath
-idiom
to swear solemnly; vow

GLOBALISM-[gloh-buh-liz-uhm]-noun
the attitude or policy of placing the interests of the entire world above those of individual nations
Related forms:
globalist, noun, adjective

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