What is the definition of antidisestablishmentarianism?

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2013-01-18 18:42:20
2013-01-18 18:42:20

The longest word in any given language depends on the word formation rules of each language, and on the types of words allowed for consideration

Now then, if you look at it like this it may be easier: anti-dis-establish-ment-arian-ism

  • establishment is something that is there, that is established
  • disestablishment is taking away something that is established
  • antidisestablishment is not taking away something that is established
  • antidisestablishmentarianism means the philosophy of not taking away something that is established.

It is when the king or queen breaks away from the church to form a religion of their own.

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my definition is a group of people who don't want a structure to be demolished.

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There is no translation for antidisestablishmentarianism.

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There are 12 syllables in antidisestablishmentarianism.

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The opposite of ''antidisestablishmentarianism'' is ''prodisestablishmentarianism'', or simply ''disestablishmentarianism.''

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