noting a relation in which no element is in relation to itself, as “less than.”.
chemistry. the process of cracking low-octane petroleum fractions in order to increase the octane number. to form again. the improvement or amendment of what is wrong, corrupt, unsatisfactory, etc.: social reform; spelling reform. an instance of this. the amendment of conduct, belief, etc. to change to a better state, form, etc.; improve by alteration, subst-tution, […]
a person who advocates or practices ; . a member of any denomination. also, reformistic. of or belonging to a movement for . contemporary examples on the reformist side, mousavi is joined by mehdi karroubi, former speaker of the iranian parliament. our friend iran? leslie h. gelb june 8, 2009 reformist award, and is a […]
preventing the rejection of a transplanted organ: antirejection drugs. antirejection (ān’tē-rĭ-jěk’shən, ān’tī-) preventing rejection of a transplanted tissue or organ, as a drug or treatment.
excessive or exaggerated religious zeal. affected or pretended religious zeal. historical examples the whole current of the religionism of the day is against it. the way of salvation in the lutheran church g. h. gerberding the austerity of his manners frightens his old father, who can little comprehend the religionism of the new school. the […]
the quality of being ; piety; devoutness. affected or excessive devotion to religion. contemporary examples “religiosity can certainly affect our s-xuality,” levkoff says. fat men last longer in bed anneli rufus september 9, 2010 this season, ricci found inspiration in the religiosity of catholicism and ecclesiastical garb. hedi slimane’s spring 2013 paris debut at saint […]