Eunomy
Eunomy Eu"no*my, n. [Gr. ?; e'y^ well + ? law.] Equal law, or a well-adjusted constitution of government. [R.] --Mitford. [1913 Webster]

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  • eunomy — eu·no·my …   English syllables

  • eunomy — The enactment of good laws that help people …   Grandiloquent dictionary

  • eunomy —   n. state of orderliness and good rule …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • eunomy — /yuwnamiy/ Equal laws and a well adjusted constitution of government …   Black's law dictionary

  • eunomy — /yuwnamiy/ Equal laws and a well adjusted constitution of government …   Black's law dictionary

  • eunomy — ˈyünəmē noun ( es) Etymology: Greek eunomia, from eunomos having good laws (from eu + nomos law) + ia y more at nimble : civil order under good laws …   Useful english dictionary

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