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pantisocracy

/ ˌpæntɪˈsɒkrəsɪ /

noun

  1. a community, social group, etc, in which all have rule and everyone is equal


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Word History and Origins

Origin of pantisocracy1

C18 (coined by Robert Southey ): from Greek, from panto- + isos equal + -cracy

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Example Sentences

It was not, however, published till after the vision of Pantisocracy had vanished into thin air.

Rousseau and Coleridge convert the scheme of emigration into the project of Pantisocracy.

Nothing came of the Pantisocracy, for want of money to pay fares to the New World.

Pantisocracy is relinquished; but he is engaged to be married.

Southey lost faith in Pantisocracy and went to live with his mother.

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