Webster's English Dictionary


dem.o.crat.ic \.dem-*-'krat-ik\ \-i-k(*-)le-\ aj 1: of, relating to, or 
   favoring democracy  often cap  2: of or relating to one of the two major 
   political parties in the U.S. ev olving in the early 19th century from the 
   Anti-federalists and the Democratic-Republican party and associated in 
   modern times with policies of broad social reform and internationalism 3: 
   of, relating to, or appealing to the broad masses of the people {~  art} 4: 
   favoring social equality : not snobbish  - dem.o.crat.i.cal.ly av

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