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democratic US English

Of, relating to, or supporting democracy or its principles

democratic US Thesaurus

a young democratic government

Democratic in democratic US English

Of or relating to the Democratic Party

Democratic Party US English

One of the two main US political parties (the other being the Republican Party), which follows a liberal program, tending to promote a strong central government and expansive social programs

democratic centralism US English

The Leninist organizational system in which policy is decided centrally and is binding on all members

Social Democratic Party US English

A UK political party with moderate socialist aims, founded in 1981 by a group of former Labour MPs and disbanded in 1990 after political regroupings

Democratic-Republican Party US English

A US political party that was founded in 1792 by Thomas Jefferson and was a forerunner of the modern Democratic Party

German Democratic Republic US English

Official name for the former state of East Germany(see Germany)

Congo, Democratic Republic of US English

A large country in central Africa with a short coastline on the Atlantic Ocean; population 68,692,500 (est. 2009); capital, Kinshasa; languages, French (official), Kongo, Lingala, Swahili, and others. Also called Congo-Kinshasa

Democratic Republic of Congo US English

See Congo, Democratic Republic of.

States' Rights Democratic Party US English

A political party formed in 1948 advocating states' rights and opposing the presidential candidacy of Harry S Truman

Ulster Democratic Unionist Party US English

An extreme Loyalist political party in Northern Ireland, co-founded by Ian Paisley in 1972

Korea, Democratic People's Republic of US English

Official name for North Korea.

Social Democratic and Labour Party US English

A left-of-centre political party in Northern Ireland, formed in 1970 and supported largely by Catholics. It calls for the establishment of a united Ireland by constitutional means, and rejects the violent tactics of the IRA

antidemocratic US English

In conflict with the principles of democracy