Definition of Civilizations

1. Noun. (plural of civilization) ¹



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Definition of Civilizations

1. civilization [n] - See also: civilization

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Civilizations

civilisational
civilisations
civilise
civilised
civilises
civilish
civilising
civilist
civilists
civilities
civility
civilizable
civilization
civilization-state
civilizational
civilizations
civilize
civilized
civilizer
civilizers
civilizes
civilizing
civill
civilly
civilness
civilnesses
civilogue
civilogues
civils
civision

Literary usage of Civilizations

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1. The Inequality of Human Races by Arthur Gobineau (1915)
"CHAPTER I THE MORTAL DISEASE OF Civilizations AND SOCIETIES PROCEEDS FROM GENERAL CAUSES COMMON TO THEM/ ALL THE fall of civilizations ..."

2. Facing the Twentieth Century: Our Country: Its Power and Peril by James Marcus King (1899)
"The nineteenth century closes with a war of civilizations in which Latin ... The best of the past civilizations were focused at the initial movements which ..."

3. The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind by Herbert George Wells (1921)
"4. The Early Civilization of India,. § 5. The Early History of China. § 6. While the Civilizations were Growing. §1 IT was out of the so-called ..."

4. The Marriage of Near Kin Considered with Respect to the Laws of Nations: The by Alfred Henry Huth (1875)
"Egyptian, the Greek, the Jewish, the Roman, - and perhaps in a smaller degree the Persian, were probably the only ancient civilizations which have affected ..."

5. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1875)
"THE INDIGENOUS Civilizations OF AMERICA. HITHERTO but little has been known of the dead native civilizations of America. Nor has this ignorance been ..."

6. The Past in the Present: What is Civilization? by Sir Arthur Mitchell (1881)
"Nor is it in high civilizations only, such as these are or were, ... It is seen, for instance, in the civilizations of the heart of Africa. No one, I think, ..."

7. A Short History of Science by William Thompson Sedgwick, Harry Walter Tyler (1917)
"RELATION OF GREEK TO OLDER Civilizations. — Mathematical science seems to have first assumed definite form in Greece, and it is of particular interest to ..."

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