Definition of Saint-Simonianism

1. Proper noun. (historical) A 19th-century French political and social movement of the first half of the 19th century, based on a perception that industrialization and scientific discovery would have profound changes on society. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saint-Simonianism

Saimiri sciureus
Saint
Saint's triad
Saint-Bernard's-lily
Saint-Denis
Saint-Domingue
Saint-John's-bread
Saint-Louis
Saint-Malo
Saint-Martin-le-Nœud
Saint-Mihiel
Saint-Pierre
Saint-Pierre and Miquelon
Saint-Saens
Saint-Simonian
Saint-Simonianism (current term)
Saint-Simonians
Saint-Simonism
Saint Agnes' Eve
Saint Agnes' Eves
Saint Agnes's Eve
Saint Ambrose
Saint Andrew
Saint Andrew's Day
Saint Andrew's cross
Saint Andrew's crosses
Saint Andrew the Apostle
Saint Anselm
Saint Anthony's cross
Saint Anthony's crosses

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