noun, plural phal·an·ster·ies.
- the buildings occupied by a phalanx.
- the community itself.
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Is the phalanstery to be prohibited from capitalizing and lending at interest?
This system, with some peculiar additions and embellishments, is the idea of the phalanstery.
To put up the Phalanstery was the biggest job undertaken by the community and it taxed all available resources to the last dollar.My Friends at Brook Farm|John Van Der Zee Sears
The men of the phalanstery were less careful to conceal their emotions than we old-time folks in these early centuries.Strange Stories|Grant Allen
Society would harmoniously be organised in groups (phalanxes) of 1,600 persons to inhabit a large palace called a phalanstery.British Socialism|J. Ellis Barker
British Dictionary definitions for phalanstery
noun plural -steries
- buildings occupied by a phalanx
- a community represented by a phalanx