Words and phrases that have a meaning related to circumscription:   (123 results)

Often used in the same context:
res publica, legitimation, intercommunion, parliamentarianism, nicene creed, cooptation, bonapartism, synodical, apparat, ecclesiastic, autocephalous, autonomies, contestation, patrimonial, afrikanerdom, originary, autarchy, institutionalism, decalogue, magisterium, intendment, confederated, ecclesiastical, christianisation, intactness, personalism, populares, reflexion, praetorian, patriarchies, patriarchates, judicature, centralism, deconcentration, consociational, laicism, systematization, laic, presbyters, diarchy, synodal, liberatory, rulership, subsumption, referent, monocracy, bellum, rudiment, monarchism, construal, enculturation, habitus, polities, praxis, federalisation, disputations, separationist, jural, collectivity, sectionalism, profanation, confederacies, prelature, petty bourgeoisie, bicameralism, confederal, heterodoxy, pius v, ascription, usurpation, interpenetrate, ethnos, dialectics, ecclesiological, napoleonic code, divulgation, balkanise, caesarism, antecedence, alterity, answerability, subjectivism, legalist, scholasticism, disuniting, caudillo, ethnocracy, despoliation, oligarchies, incommensurability, divisionary, catechetical instruction, governability, chronogram, ascetical, vulgarisation, darwinism, irreconcilability, casus, arameans, dicastery, islamic ummah, delimitation, demarcation, definition, limitations, chronological, conceptualisation, conceptualization, connotation, demarcations, structuring, analogy, connection, delimitations, meaning, relation, boundaries, con, designation, grouping, ambit

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— Adjectives for circumscription: social, environmental, such, sharp, prosodic, new, territorial, local, poor, narrow, parallel, more...

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