pertaining to or ; founded on or believing in :
a capitalistic system.
We have a very global economy, human nature—it’s a capitalistic economy.
Auletta and Cohan Discuss Greed and Geithner The Daily Beast April 22, 2009
More than half of Jordanians, Egyptians, Tunisians, and Lebanese respond favorably about our capitalistic model.
Obama’s Muslim World Fantasy: Early Hopes Undermined by Drone War Elise Jordan June 23, 2012
I want to save our system, the capitalistic system; to save it is to give some heed to world thought of today.
How to Beat the Demagogues Michael Signer March 26, 2010
The assertions of Malthus have sense only from the standpoint of capitalistic production.
Woman and Socialism August Bebel
Democracy and capitalistic development did not seem antagonistic.
The Frontier in American History Frederick Jackson Turner
The interests of the working-class are the same in all lands with capitalistic methods of production.
Socialism and Democracy in Europe Samuel P. Orth
They would not be moved by economic, still less by capitalistic motives.
The Fruits of Victory Norman Angell
The thing which Marx states here is a simple fact which happens every day before our eyes in the present capitalistic society.
Landmarks of Scientific Socialism Friedrich Engels
Not because the city is the abode of choice souls, but because the city is capitalistic.
The Unpopular Review Vol. I Various
Similarly the new wireless systems are leading to a capitalistic demand for government purchase of the old telegraph systems.
Socialism As It Is William English Walling
any substance or agent that tends to produce a cancer. Contemporary Examples The coal ash deposits have heavy concentrations of hexavalent chromium, a carcinogen. Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco Chronicle Mining Catastrophes in West Virginia Chris Hedges, Joe Sacco June 13, 2012 One study found it to be 30 times more potent a carcinogen. The […]
preventing or retarding caries.
- Anti caste
Sociology. an endogamous and hereditary social group limited to persons of the same rank, occupation, economic position, etc., and having mores distinguishing it from other such groups. any rigid system of social distinctions. Hinduism. any of the social divisions into which Hindu society is traditionally divided, each caste having its own privileges and limitations, transferred […]
a substance that inhibits the enzymatic action of a .
an inhibitor. noun a substance that destroys or diminishes the activity of a catalyst another name for inhibitor (sense 2)