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academic freedom in educational institutions, the freedom of a teacher to teach, of a student to learn, and of both to discuss and hold opinions, esp. about social, political, and moral issues, without arbitrary interference or reprisals by school or public officials, organized groups, or the like.
accomplished having many skills, talents, or social qualities. [1/3 definitions]
accomplishment (often pl.) talent, social poise, or achievement valued by polite society. [1/3 definitions]
activism the belief in or practice of trying to make social or political changes through active, militant, or demonstrative involvement, esp. in particular issues.
affair a party or social gathering. [1/6 definitions]
agitation the stirring up of public unrest or controversy over some social or political issue. [1/3 definitions]
amenity (pl.) social courtesies; agreeable manners; pleasantries. [1/3 definitions]
anarchism a theory that advocates the abolition of all forms of government as a necessary step towards achieving political and social liberty. [1/2 definitions]
anarchy political and social disorder resulting from a lack or absence of governmental authority. [1/3 definitions]
ancien régime (French) the political and social structure of France before the French Revolution in 1789. [2 definitions]
anthropology the scientific study of mankind, esp. its origins, development, social customs and structures, and cultures.
appropriate fitting the practical or social requirements of the situation; seemly; suitable. [1/3 definitions]
aristocracy a high-ranking social class, having special privileges and influence and usu. determined by heredity. [1/5 definitions]
arriviste one who has recently attained wealth, status, or the like, often in suspect or dishonest ways; parvenu; social climber.
asocial not seeking the company of others; not gregarious, sometimes because lacking social skills. [1/2 definitions]
audacious showing no concern for social conventions or law; insolent. [1/2 definitions]
autism a developmental disorder usually becoming detectable in very early childhood that is characterized especially by atypical acquisition or use of language as well as atypical patterns of social interaction.
background historical or social conditions or events leading up to, or being present during, a given situation or event. [1/5 definitions]
backlash a strong reaction against some prior development, esp. political or social change. [1/3 definitions]
bake a social event at which food is baked and eaten. [1/5 definitions]
ball2 a large social function at which there is formal dancing. [1/2 definitions]