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established order

noun as in establishment

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The fire grows and with luck and hard work becomes strong enough to pose a threat to the established order.

The challenge Ted posed to the established order is hardly apparent from the above description; I'll get to that later.

Why go to church to learn how to seize political power and change the established order?

It was a world-wide conspiracy—it was that very class-war which the established order was waging upon these men and their ideas!

The idea is so foreign to all the established order in this country that people will be slow in realizing what it is all about.

Rickie assented, and they entered the preparation room just as the prefects had established order.

The unintentional co-operation would thus become conscious and compatible with the established order.

What a pity he is bitten with these new revolutionary ideas, and is so much for disturbing the established order of society!


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to established order, such as: authority, bureaucracy, diehards, city hall, old guard, and powers that be.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.