Noun. The working class. This word is best used in political theory or analysis.
“The struggle for the proletariat to become the factory owner is a common theme in this author’s writing.”
Noun. The ability of a person to be free in a country.
“When the war started, the government limited our civil liberty. We were not allowed to go out at night, we couldn’t import goods from the country we were fighting, and all young people had to join the army.”
Noun. The belief that empires are good, correct, or proper.
“In the past, many British politicians believed in imperialism. That’s why Canada, the USA, India, and Australia started as colonies!”
Adjective. Related to this country.
“We have problems with domestic tax collection. Our citizens just refuse to pay, even though foreign companies pay promptly.”