Definition of Neutralities

1. Noun. (plural of neutrality) ¹



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Definition of Neutralities

1. neutrality [n] - See also: neutrality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neutralities

neutralinos
neutralisation
neutralisation reaction
neutralisations
neutralise
neutralised
neutraliser
neutralisers
neutralises
neutralising
neutralism
neutralisms
neutralist
neutralistic
neutralists
neutralities (current term)
neutrality
neutralizability
neutralizable
neutralization
neutralization fire
neutralization plate
neutralization reaction
neutralization test
neutralization tests
neutralizations
neutralize
neutralized
neutralizer
neutralizers

Literary usage of Neutralities

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1. A Treatise on International Public Law by Hannis Taylor (1901)
"The armed neutralities of 1780 and 1800.—An interesting form of naval demonstration, of more than ordinary historic interest, grew out of the Armed ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1801)
"Armed neutralities, and the Opinions of Hubner and Schlegel are fully discussed. By Robert Ward, Esq. Barrister at Law, Author of the Enquiry into the ..."

3. Handbook of Maritime Rights, and the Declaration of Paris Considered by Henry Alexander Munro-Butler-Johnstone (1876)
"THE ARMED neutralities. THE Prussian Remonstrance was a bold and audacious ... The armed neutralities of 1780 and 1800 must rather be considered as forcible ..."

4. The Freedom of the Seas: Historically Treated by Francis Taylor Piggott (1919)
"SECOND ARMED neutralities PEACE was signed through the mediation of the Empress Catherine II and the Emperor Joseph II in 1783, at Versailles, ..."

5. The Laws of War: Affecting Commerce and Shipping by Henry William Byerley Thomson (1854)
"Armed neutralities. It is not improbable the course of events in the present war may make it not uninteresting to my readers to have some short account of ..."

6. The Neutralization of States: A Study in Diplomatic History and by Clair Francis Littell (1920)
"... CHAPTER VI MISCELLANEOUS neutralities 1. The Republic of Cracow THE attempt to neutralize the Republic of Cracow grew out of the bitter struggle at the ..."

7. Censura Literaria: Containing Titles, Abstracts, and Opinions of Old English by Egerton Brydges (1815)
"These neutralities serve the interest of France far more th^n their acting with them as ... Thus' these neutralities augment the maritime force of France, ..."

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