hierarchical principles, rule, or influence.
Christianity has two great adversaries: hierarchism and rationalism.
History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century, Vol 2 J. H. Merle D’Aubign
There is no safety either for man or for society in hierarchism and rationalism.
History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century (Volume 1) J. H. Merle D’Aubign
- Anti hierarchy
any system of persons or things ranked one above another. government by ecclesiastical rulers. the power or dominion of a hierarch. an organized body of ecclesiastical officials in successive ranks or orders: the Roman Catholic hierarchy. one of the three divisions of the angels, each made up of three orders, conceived as constituting a graded […]
to steal (cargo) from a truck or other vehicle after forcing it to stop: to hijack a load of whiskey. to rob (a vehicle) after forcing it to stop: They hijacked the truck before it entered the city. to seize (a vehicle) by force or threat of force. to . to engage in such stealing […]
any of certain compounds or medicines that neutralize or inhibit the effect of in the body, used chiefly in the treatment of allergic disorders and colds. Contemporary Examples Elvis also had the painkillers morphine and Demerol; tranquilizers Placidyl and Valium; and Chlorpheniramine, an antihistamine. Elvis’s Doctor Speaks Gerald Posner August 13, 2009 “He gave me […]
of or relating to an or its effect. an antihistaminic agent, as a drug. antihistaminic an·ti·his·ta·min·ic (ān’tē-hĭs’tə-mĭn’ĭk) adj. Tending to neutralize or antagonize the action of histamine or inhibit its production in the body. n. An antihistaminic drug.