establishment


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Synonyms for establishment

the Establishment

Synonyms

  • the authorities
  • the system
  • the powers that be
  • the ruling class
  • the established order
  • institutionalized authority

Synonyms for establishment

Synonyms for establishment

a public or private structure (business or governmental or educational) including buildings and equipment for business or residence

any large organization

(ecology) the process by which a plant or animal becomes established in a new habitat

the cognitive process of establishing a valid proof

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References in classic literature ?
The jealousy of military establishments would postpone them as long as possible.
The institutions chiefly alluded to are STANDING ARMIES and the correspondent appendages of military establishments.
The very superintendents at the lower posts will not put him to mess with the common men, the hirelings of the establishment, but treat him as something superior.
Pelet's establishment, the combined insubordination of the pupils had effected the dismissal of more than one English master.
Ere long I had acquired as much facility in speaking French as set me at my ease with my pupils; and as I had encountered them on a right footing at the very beginning, and continued tenaciously to retain the advantage I had early gained, they never attempted mutiny, which circumstance, all who are in any degree acquainted with the ongoings of Belgian schools, and who know the relation in which professors and pupils too frequently stand towards each other in those establishments, will consider an important and uncommon one.
It became the great interior mart and place of deposit, and some of the regular merchants who prosecuted the trade in person, under their licenses, formed establishments here.
She felt she would love to see somebody entangle their fingers in the oily beard of the fat foreigner who owned the establishment.
I disposed of the parallel establishment by private contract, and we became as nearly one as could be expected under the circumstances.
IN all the public establishments of America, the utmost courtesy prevails.
I never in my life was more affected by the contemplation of happiness, under circumstances of privation and bereavement, than in my visits to these establishments.
There was a dinner giving in the Harley Street establishment, while Little Dorrit was stitching at her father's new shirts by his side that night; and there were magnates from the Court and magnates from the City, magnates from the Commons and magnates from the Lords, magnates from the bench and magnates from the bar, Bishop magnates, Treasury magnates, Horse Guard magnates, Admiralty magnates,--all the magnates that keep us going, and sometimes trip us up.
The proposed expedition being one of paramount importance, Mrs Jarley adjusted Nell's bonnet with her own hands, and declaring that she certainly did look very pretty, and reflected credit on the establishment, dismissed her with many commendations, and certain needful directions as to the turnings on the right which she was to take, and the turnings on the left which she was to avoid.
If you have no reason to feel a becoming pride before wax-work children, there are young ladies here who have, and you must either defer to those young ladies or leave the establishment, Miss Edwards.
In that circle they discountenanced those who advised hurried preparations for a removal to Kazan of the court and the girls' educational establishments under the patronage of the Dowager Empress.
The latter was very attentive to Anna Pavlovna because he wanted to be appointed director of one of the educational establishments for young ladies.