◄ Community ►

1. (n.) Common possession or enjoyment; participation; as, a community of goods.

2. (n.) A body of people having common rights, privileges, or interests, or living in the same place under the same laws and regulations; as, a community of monks. Hence a number of animals living in a common home or with some apparent association of interests.

3. (n.) Society at large; a commonwealth or state; a body politic; the public, or people in general.

4. (n.) Common character; likeness.

5. (n.) Commonness; frequency.

Everyman John Doe Public accord accordance affiliation affinity agape agreement alikeness alliance amity analogy aping approach approximation ashram assimilation association balance bipartisanship body body politic bonds of harmony branch brotherly love caritas caste cement of friendship charity church citizenry clan class closeness coaction coadjuvancy coadministration coagency cochairmanship codirectorship coequality collaboration collaborativeness collective farm collectivism collectivity collegiality collusion colony commensalism commerce common effort common enterprise common man common ownership commonwealth communal effort communalism commune communication communion communism communitarianism community at large community of interests companionship company comparability comparison compatibility complicity concert concord concordance concurrence conformity congeniality congress consociation consortship constituency conversation converse cooperation cooperative society cooperativeness copying corelation correlation correlativism correlativity correspondence cultural community culture democracy denomination division duet duumvirate dwellers economic class ecumenicalism ecumenicism ecumenism empathy endogamous group equilibrium equipollence equivalence esprit esprit de corps estate ethnic group everybody everyman everyone everywoman extended family faction family feeling of identity fellow feeling fellowship folk folks frictionlessness general public gens gentry good vibes good vibrations group habitancy happy family harmony identity imitation inhabitants intercommunication intercommunion intercourse inverse proportion inverse ratio inverse relationship joining of forces joint effort joint operation kibbutz kinship kinship group kolkhoz like-mindedness likeness likening linguistic community love mass action men metaphor mimicking moiety morale mutual assistance mutualism mutuality nation nationality nearness nuclear family octet offshoot oneness order organization parallelism parity partnership party peace people people at large people in general persons persuasion phratria phratry phyle polity pooling pooling of resources populace population profit sharing proportionality public public ownership pulling together quartet quintet race rapport rapprochement reciprocality reciprocation reciprocity relativity religious order resemblance sameness schism school sect sectarism segment semblance septet settlement sextet sharecropping sharing similarity simile similitude simulation social activity social class social intercourse social relations socialism society solidarity speech community state state ownership stock strain subcaste symbiosis symmetry sympathy symphony synergism synergy team spirit teamwork totem town meeting trio triumvirate troika understanding union unison


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