organizations[ awr-guh-nuh-zey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF organizations
Synonyms for organizations
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ORGANIZATIONS
The peasants have kept their organizations and their demands intact.
They introduce us to the human form, of which all other organizations appear to be degradations.
Next the headquarters of all these organizations were placed in charge of the police.
This, however, does not include nearly all the women's organizations.
Twenty-seven countries and 126 organizations were represented by 528 delegates.
Organizations with vision and unselfishness must begin to replace them.
It is true that few of them were left as organizations at the end of the war.
Twenty-seven countries and 126 organizations were represented.
"I've worked with many of the organizations in this neighborhood," Kettleman said.
The organizations grew, united and developed into military power.