"Our democracy would look like a creeping, crypto-oligarchy to the ancient Greeks – and many today may be coming to a similar conclusion."
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"This is the patent age of new inventions for killing bodies, and for saving souls. All propagated with the best intentions." — Lord Byron
creeping Show phonetics
adjective [before noun] DISAPPROVING
happening, developing or moving slowly or gradually:
We are totally against any form of creeping Socialism.
A mental disorder. Dietary characteristics include calling oneself a vegitarian, and then eating meat. Have a veracious appetite for chocolate bars, drinking inhuman (possibly angelic) amounts of diet coke.
It also includes a paranoia in which the person believes that every individual of the opposite sex (and then some) wants to propagate (screw) them so hard that Jesus falls off the cross. Waist size is not part of this consideration.
The most major symptom is believing that they "could" have been a lawyer. A very smart lawyer at that, who may graduate from lawyer school. As well thinking that carrying more than $20 means that they are super, ultra wealthy.
People who have diagnosed with lawyerism seem to have a tendency to "F" up grocery stores and respectful managers.
"I think that "Witful" girl should study into lawyerism. (Polite way to say that someone is a good candidate of this disorder)
1 [I or T] to produce a new plant from a parent plant:
Most house plants can be propagated from stem cuttings.
Plants needs certain conditions to propagate.
2 FORMAL (of a plant or animal) to reproduce
3 [T] FORMAL to spread opinions, lies or religions among a lot of people:
The government have tried to propagate the belief that this is a just war.
Such lies are propagated in the media.
noun [C] SPECIALIZED
a box in which seeds or young plants are grown, that has a transparent cover and is sometimes heated