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Antisocial
Antisocial An`ti*so"cial, a. Tending to interrupt or destroy social intercourse; averse to society, or hostile to its existence; as, antisocial principles.
Antisocialist
Antisocialist An`ti*so"cial*ist, n. One opposed to the doctrines and practices of socialists or socialism.
Christian Socialism
Christian Socialism Christian Socialism Any theory or system that aims to combine the teachings of Christ with the teachings of socialism in their applications to life; Christianized socialism; esp., the principles of this nature advocated by F. D. Maurice, Charles Kingsley, and others in England about 1850. -- Christian socialist.
Christian socialist
Christian Socialism Christian Socialism Any theory or system that aims to combine the teachings of Christ with the teachings of socialism in their applications to life; Christianized socialism; esp., the principles of this nature advocated by F. D. Maurice, Charles Kingsley, and others in England about 1850. -- Christian socialist.
Dissocial
Dissocial Dis*so"cial, a. [Pref. dis- + social: cf. L. dissocialis. See Dissociate, v. t.] Unfriendly to society; contracted; selfish; as, dissocial feelings.
Dissocialize
Dissocialize Dis*so"cial*ize, v. t. To render unsocial.
Intersocial
Intersocial In`ter*so"cial, a. Pertaining to the mutual intercourse or relations of persons in society; social.
N socialis
Coati Co*a"ti (k[-o]*[aum]"t[-e] or k[-o]*[=a]"t[i^]), n. [From the native name: cf. F. coati.] (Zo["o]l.) A mammal of tropical America of the genus Nasua, allied to the raccoon, but with a longer body, tail, and nose. Note: The red coati (N. socialis), called also coati mondi, inhabits Mexico and Central America. The brown coati (N. narica) is found in Surinam and Brazil.
Social statics
Statics Stat"ics, n. [Cf. F. statique, Gr. ? the art of weighing, fr. ?. See Static.] That branch of mechanics which treats of the equilibrium of forces, or relates to bodies as held at rest by the forces acting on them; -- distinguished from dynamics. Social statics, the study of the conditions which concern the existence and permanence of the social state.
Socialism
Socialism Socialism, n. Socialism of the chair [G. katheder socialismus], a term applied about 1872, at first in ridicule, to a group of German political economists who advocated state aid for the betterment of the working classes. Sock Sock, v. t. [Perh. shortened fr. sockdolager.] To hurl, drive, or strike violently; -- often with it as an object. [Prov. or Vulgar] --Kipling.
Socialism of the chair
Socialism Socialism, n. Socialism of the chair [G. katheder socialismus], a term applied about 1872, at first in ridicule, to a group of German political economists who advocated state aid for the betterment of the working classes. Sock Sock, v. t. [Perh. shortened fr. sockdolager.] To hurl, drive, or strike violently; -- often with it as an object. [Prov. or Vulgar] --Kipling.
Socialist
Socialist So"cial*ist, n. [Cf. F. socialiste.] One who advocates or practices the doctrines of socialism.
Socialist
Socialist So"cial*ist, Socialistic So`cial*is"tic, a. Pertaining to, or of the nature of, socialism.
Socialistic
Socialist So"cial*ist, Socialistic So`cial*is"tic, a. Pertaining to, or of the nature of, socialism.
Socialize
Socialize So"cial*ize, v. t. 1. To render social. 2. To subject to, or regulate by, socialism.
Socially
Socially So"cial*ly, adv. In a social manner; sociably.
Socialness
Socialness So"cial*ness, n. The quality or state of being social.
Spizella socialis
Chippy Chip"py, n. (Zo["o]l.) A small American sparrow (Spizella socialis), very common near dwelling; -- also called chipping bird and chipping sparrow, from its simple note.
State socialism
State socialism State socialism A form of socialism, esp. advocated in Germany, which, while retaining the right of private property and the institution of the family and other features of the present form of the state, would intervene by various measures intended to give or maintain equality of opportunity, as compulsory state insurance, old-age pensions, etc., answering closely to socialism of the chair.

Meaning of Social from wikipedia

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