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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.
amorphous not organized into an obvious structure. [1/2 definitions]
antisocial opposed or harmful to the values, institutions, or laws of an organized society. [1/3 definitions]
army a large, organized group. [1/3 definitions]
blastema an undifferentiated or primitive mass of cells, as in an embryo or regenerating organ, that is capable of becoming organized into a specific tissue or organ.
brigade a group of persons gathered or organized for a specific purpose such as to fight a fire, support a cause, or the like. [2/3 definitions]
bureaucracy an organized group of hired officials, esp. governmental. [1/2 definitions]
campaign a military operation organized to achieve specific objectives. [1/4 definitions]
capo2 a leader of an organized crime ring such as the Mafia.
cheerleader a person who leads spectators in organized cheering for the players at sporting events.
church organized religion in general. [1/6 definitions]
civil defense emergency procedures and facilities organized by civilians for the protection of people and property in cases of flood, famine, war, or the like.
close-knit closely joined or organized; bonded tightly.
collective bargaining the bargaining process that occurs between organized workers and their employer to reach an agreement on wages, benefits, hours, and working conditions.
College of Cardinals the organized body of cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church that elects the Pope and helps him govern the church.
command an organized unit of control, esp. in the military. [1/12 definitions]
compete to take part in organized contests or games. [1/2 definitions]
conference an organized meeting of persons with common interests, esp. professional interests, for the purpose of sharing information and opinions. [2/3 definitions]
constabulary a police group organized like the military. [1/3 definitions]
deliberative organized or convened to debate issues formally for the purpose of determining policy. [1/2 definitions]
department store a large retail store organized into departments, each of which orders, displays, and sells certain types of merchandise.