|unconventional community, unconventional lifestyle||bohemia|
|(Department of) Housing and Urban Development, Department of Housing and Urban Development; U.S. federal agency that deals with subsidized housing community planning and development of cities, heads-up display, Heads-Up Display; (in combat airplanes) g...||HUD|
|19thC community in Massachusetts||Brook Farm|
|5th note of scale, chord based on 5th note, controlling, commanding, fifth, fifth note of the scale (Music), in control, more important, preponderant in a community or period, producing same characteristic in offspring, relating to 5th note of scale||dominant|
|a trademark for an organization whose members welcome newcomers to a neighborhood, distribute small gifts, give information about the community, and offer samples of locally available merchandise||Welcome Wagon|
|Aboriginal community||First Nation|
|absurd, infatuated, silly, simpleminded, unconventional||dotty|
|academia, academic environment, academic community; school; one who prefers an academic environment, one who has scholarly leanings (especially a teacher or student), academic institution||academe|
|acceptance into a community, combination, equal access for all, mathematical operation, merging, joining; unification into a whole; abolition of segregation, act of bringing people together as equals regardless of race or religion, organization of pers...||integration|
|act of one that lives; lifestyle; income, livelihood, sustenance, alive, having life, alive; currently in existence; current; realistic; vital, necessary; strong; flowing; active; full of life, interesting and relevant, like the real thing, maintenance...||living|
|actively interested in community needs||civic-minded|
|activity or subject, calm controlled behavior, church rules, conscious control over lifestyle, make yourself do something regularly, making people obey rules, order and control, punish, punish; bring order; train, punishment, teach obedience or order t...||discipline|
|administrative area in Louisiana, congregation, community; flock; region, district with own church, people of parish||parish|
|adoption of American culture or lifestyle||americanization|
|advocate of collective way of living, member of a communist group or community; advocate of communist ideas, one who supports common ownership of property, of communitarians||communitarian|
|agency providing social services, service for welfare of community||social service|
|American civil rights organization founded in 1957 by the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr and other leaders of the black community||SCLC (Southern Christian Leadership Conference)|
|amusing story, amusing remark, causing laughter, amusing; strange; suspicious; ridiculous; joking, comical, joke, newspaper comic strips, tricky, unconventional, unwell||funny|
|amusingly unconventional, clown, jester; fool, crazy, wacky, ludicrous; clown, stock character||zany|
|animal dwellings, inhabitants of village, rural community, small incorporated community, small rural town; people who live in a small rural town, temporary community||village|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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