Definition of Institutions

1. Noun. (plural of institution) ¹



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Definition of Institutions

1. institution [n] - See also: institution

Lexicographical Neighbors of Institutions

institutionalised
institutionalises
institutionalising
institutionalism
institutionalist
institutionalists
institutionality
institutionalization
institutionalizations
institutionalize
institutionalized
institutionalizes
institutionalizing
institutionally
institutionary
institutions
institutionwide
institutist
institutists
institutive
institutively
institutor
institutors
instop
instore
instrascene dynamic range
instratified
instream
instream cover
instream flow incremental methodology

Literary usage of Institutions

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Local Government in Counties, Towns and Villages by John Archibald Fairlie (1906)
"LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN COUNTIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES CHAPTER I LOCAL Institutions IN ENGLAND LOCAL government in the United States has developed from ..."

2. Local Government in Counties, Towns and Villages by John Archibald Fairlie (1906)
"LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN COUNTIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES CHAPTER I LOCAL, Institutions IN ENGLAND LOCAL government in the United States has developed from ..."

3. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University, Herbert Baxter Adams (1891)
"SPANISH Institutions OF THE SOUTHWEST. CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION. student of history and politics finds the deepest interest and the greatest profit in the ..."

4. Our Government, how it Grew, what it Does, and how it Does it by Jesse Macy (1901)
"Governmental Institutions. — The American citizen lives under not less than five ... Of the various governmental institutions under which we live, ..."

5. The Development of the State, Its Governmental Organization and Its Activities by James Quayle Dealey (1909)
"Social institutions unitedly form the social order, or organization. ... Primarily these institutions were developed either for the purpose of training or ..."

6. Readings in American Government and Politics edited by Charles Austin Beard (1910)
"PART I HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION CHAPTER I COLONIAL ORIGINS OF AMERICAN Institutions THERE is a lingering tradition in the United States that the American men ..."

7. Nominating Systems: Direct Primaries Versus Conventions in the United States by Ernst Christopher Meyer (1902)
"Like most of our political institutions, whether constitutional or extra-constitutional, our modern caucus and convention system is an evolution. ..."

8. American Government and Politics by Charles Austin Beard (1914)
"PART I HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION CHAPTER I COLONIAL ORIGINS OF AMERICAN Institutions AMERICAN government did not originate in any abstract theories about ..."

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