Fascism vs Nattily - What's the difference?

fascism | nattily |


As a noun fascism

is .

As an adverb nattily is

in a natty manner.

fascism

English

Noun

(en-noun)
  • (historical) A political regime, having totalitarian aspirations, ideologically based on a relationship between business and the centralized government, business-and-government control of the market place, repression of criticism or opposition, a leader cult and exalting the state and/or religion above individual rights. Originally only applied (usually capitalized) to (Benito Mussolini)'s Italy.
  • By vague analogy, any system of strong autocracy or oligarchy usually to the extent of bending and breaking the law, race-baiting and violence against largely unarmed populations.
  • Derived terms

    * anti-fascism * fascist, fascistic, fascistically * fascistoid * Islamofascism, Islamic fascism * neofascism * technofascism

    Antonyms

    * Anti-fascism

    See also

    * authoritarianism * Blackshirt * Brownshirt * Nazism, Naziism, National Socialism * totalitarianism

    nattily

    English

    Adverb

    (en adverb)
  • In a natty manner.
  • He arrived at the party, nattily dressed and eager to socialize.

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