Definition of Communising

1. Verb. (present participle of communise) ¹



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Definition of Communising

1. communise [v] - See also: communise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Communising

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communicology
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communing
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communiques
communisation
communise
communised
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communising (current term)
communism
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Literary usage of Communising

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1. The Larger Aspects of Socialism by William English Walling (1913)
"But the communising of persons is new. That the collectivity shall ... "We are, then, communising a 'maternal function,' a feminine duty, within the home. ..."

2. The Montessori method: Scientific Pedagogy as Applied to Child Education in by Maria Montessori (1912)
"But the communising of persons is new. That the collectivity shall benefit from the services of the servant, the nurse, the teacher — this is a modern ideal ..."

3. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1885)
"Alienation between classes cannot be really remedied by legislation, however communising. Nor can we sympathise, in the tenderest sense, collectively. ..."

4. Democracy and Reaction by Leonard Trelawny Hobhouse (1904)
"But as the world at large has no means of communising them, the task is left to the British Empire, which in turn delegates it to Messrs. ..."

5. The Labour Movement by Leonard Trelawney Hobhouse (1906)
"... required of the collective control of Industry in the matter of directing Production, communising the surplus, and accordingly restricting competition. ..."

6. The Monthly Review by Henry Newbolt, Charles Hanbury-Williams (1901)
"Now, daring as the idea may appear, let us say that women also can only reign on condition of communising their souls. Otherwise, they will lose all ..."

7. Through Scylla and Charybdis by George ( Tyrrell (1907)
"Its function was just to mediate between the more and the less spiritually gifted levels in the community, to secure the communising of those richer graces ..."

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