Synonyms for policies
- red tape
- the book
- the numbers
Antonyms for policies
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POLICIES
There was bad blood over principles and procedure, policies and plans.
I passed what had been once the policies of a titled proprietor.
The policies of the English colonists and of their general government were ever clashing.
Besides, Crawford had opposed some of the policies which Clay had most at heart.
After all, we are a sister republic in perfect sympathy with your policies and aims.
So we determined to seek shelter and concealment somewhere in the policies of the house.
Of internal and party differences, policies, and plans there is no end.
The Polish revolution caused the reorganization of European policies.
Molo had consulted me several times with his policies of navigation.
Slowly and sagaciously he disentangled all his coil of policies.
"way of management," late 14c., policie, "study or practice of government; good government;" from Old French policie (14c.) "political organization, civil administration," from Late Latin politia "the state, civil administration," from Greek politeia "state, administration, government, citizenship," from polites "citizen," from polis "city, state" (see polis). Meaning "plan of action, way of management" first recorded c.1400.