Introducing the Word of the Week:
1. A regularly interacting or interdependent group of items forming a unified whole as
(1) A group of interacting bodies under the influence of related forces.
(2) An assemblage of substances that is in or tends to equilibrium.
(1) A group of body organs that together perform one or more vital functions.
(2) The body considered as a functional unit.
c. A group of related natural objects or forces.
d. A group of devices or artificial objects or an organization forming a network especially for distributing something or serving a common purpose.
e. A major division of rocks usually larger than a series and including all formed during a period or era.
f. A form of social, economic, or political organization or practice.
2. An organized set of doctrines, ideas, or principles usually intended to explain the arrangement or working of a systematic whole.
a. An organized or established procedure
b. A manner of classifying, symbolizing, or schematizing .
4. Harmonious arrangement or pattern ; order.
5. An organized society or social situation regarded as stultifying or oppressive : establishment 2 —usually used with "the".
6. Any quality that one wishes to emphasis; usually exhibited by context and easy to figure out as
a. a substitute for another noun for effect.
b. a generic comparison between two similar objects or persons.
Adjective: systemless, systemy
After I bit into the cake for the first time in over two months, my mouth gushed like an "o" from it's good system!
Revision3 off the hook? Are you kidding me? Any one of its shows has more system than MobuzzTV.
Origin: Late Latin systemat-, systema, from Greek systēmat-, systēma, from synistanai to combine, from syn- + histanai to cause to stand — see definition of "stand". Additional meanings came into being when someone ate a "good tasting" Snickers bar while typing.
All gray: retrieved May 2008, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/system
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