Some also speculate that the name could allude to Francis Xavier, the co-founder of the society of Jesuis—aka the Jesuits.
The market has never managed to replace the society around it.
society has expected them to be high achieving and studious, independent and adventurous, and sexy.
In a society barely able to comprehend what it has already seen, once again, imagined hope gave way to certain loss.
But the confusion points to more serious problems with how our society thinks about both sex and soldiering.
Such an idea is as fatal to society as we know it as a virus plague.
Reason or Instinct operate also to society, in all Animals, v.109.
His house is a common meeting-place for members of the society.
We have to recognize it as one of the chief forces by which a society is made to be what it is.
Hal lifted his hat gravely as the society woman hastened on.
1530s, "companionship, friendly association with others," from Old French societe "company" (12c., Modern French société), from Latin societatem (nominative societas) "fellowship, association, alliance, union, community," from socius "companion" (see social (adj.)).
Meaning "group, club" is from 1540s, originally of associations of persons for some specific purpose. Meaning "people bound by neighborhood and intercourse aware of living together in an ordered community" is from 1630s. Sense of "the more cultivated part of any community" first recorded 1823, hence "fashionable people and their doings." The Society Islands were named 1769 by Cook on his third Pacific voyage in honor of the Royal Society, which financed his travels across the world to observe the transit of Venus.