Founders vocab 3

  1. Relativism
    theory that knowledge is relative to the limited nature of the mind
  2. Rhetoric
    Art of speaking or writing effectively
  3. Dissident
    disagreeing especially with an established religious or political system, organization, or belief
  4. Disseminated
    Widely dispersed throughout tissue, organ, or entire body
  5. Unitarian
    One who believes that God only exists as one person
  6. Elite
    The best of its class
  7. Antagonistic
  8. Denomination
    to give a name to 
  9. Citadel
    Fortress that commands a city
  10. Transcendentalists
    Emphasizes as the surpassing
  11. Forbearance
    A refraining of the enforcement of something
  12. Ratifying
    To approve
  13. Ordinances
    Authoritative decree or direction
  14. Parliament
    A formal conference for the discussion of public affairs
  15. Copious
    Plentiful in number
  16. Apportionment
    The act of dividing up something as planned
  17. Pseudonym
    Fictitous name
  18. Depravity
    Corrupt act or practice
  19. Totalitarian
    Of or relating to centralized control by an autocratic leader or hierarchy 
  20. Dictum
    Noteworthy statement
  21. Eminence
    position of superiority
  22. Tenets
    A principle, belief, or doctrine generally held to be true
  23. Anacreon
    Greek poet
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Founders vocab 3