commonwealth

[ kom-uh n-welth ]SEE DEFINITION OF commonwealth

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMONWEALTH

I have, therefore, no need to speak further of the second commonwealth.

But the spirit of the old Commonwealth's man remained steadfast.

This is the inevitable consequence of the principles of the commonwealth.

We may now notice some points in which the commonwealth of the Laws approximates to the Athenian model.

What manner of reputation, think you, that for a captain of the godly army of the Commonwealth?

From the battalions of the Commonwealth none can be drawn as yet, because they are not half full.

Our fathers built a commonwealth on the foundation of manhood.

They enlisted the self-interest of the Commonwealth on the side of popular education.

Such conduct, you say, will not be allowed in the commonwealth.

But until we have the angels we must keep the commonwealth waiting.

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