Antonym: autocratic, despotic, tyrannical. Similar words: Democrat, democratic, meritocracy, accuracy, crack, conspiracy, demoralize, demonstrate. Meaning: [dɪ'mɒkrəsɪ] n. 1. the political orientation of those who favor government by the people or by their elected representatives 2. a political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them 3. the doctrine that the numerical majority of an organized group can make decisions binding on the whole group.
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1 If democracy is to survive, it is the task of men of thoughts, as well as men of action, to put aside pride and prejudice; and with courage and single-minded devotion---- to find the truth and teach the truth that shall keep men free.
2 A strong opposition is vital to a healthy democracy.
3 The military regime has promised to restore democracy soon.
4 A free press is fundamental to democracy.
5 We consider these freedoms fundamental to democracy.
6 A pro - democracy uprising was brutally suppressed.
7 The new democracy there continues to flounder.
8 What are the principles of democracy?
9 Our constitution embodies all the fundamental principles of democracy.
10 The transition to a multi-party democracy is proving to be difficult.
11 The person who embodies democracy at the local level is the mayor.
12 The National League for Democracy pulled off a landslide victory.
13 The election demonstrates democracy in action.
14 Democracy depends on a system of checks and balances.
15 We need to redefine what we mean by democracy.
16 This political system was the negation of democracy.
17 Eventually oligarchy took over from democracy.
18 India has remained true to democracy.
19 He portrayed himself as a champion for democracy.
20 Democracy is correlative with centralism.
21 Is there more democracy in Australia than in Britain?
22 This is a big step forward for democracy.
23 Every party is united on the need for parliamentary democracy.
24 Many Croats and Slovenes saw independence as the fast track to democracy.
25 The government has promised to uphold the principles of democracy.
26 He will remain head of state during the period of transition to democracy.
27 Unintelligible legislation is the negation of the rule of law and of parliamentary democracy.
28 He had not expected the people so readily to internalize the values of democracy.
29 She says the way the bill was passed bodes ill for democracy.
30 The government has cracked down hard on those campaigning for greater democracy.
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