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politico-economically

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  • adverb Alternative form of politicoeconomically.

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Examples

  • All that the world can give will be thine; and yet when we talk of thee religiously, philosophically, or politico-economically, we are wont to declare that thy chances of happiness are no better -- no better, if they be no worse '-- than are those of thine infant neighbour just born, in that farmyard cradle.

    Can You Forgive Her?

  • It is now as difficult to treat politico-economically the wealth of the nation as the wealth of Warwickshire -- a difficulty that Adam Smith would have shrunk from.

    Speculations from Political Economy

  • All that the world can give will be thine; and yet when we talk of thee religiously, philosophically, or politico-economically, we are wont to declare that thy chances of happiness are no better, -- no better, if they be no worse, -- than are those of thine infant neighbour just born, in that farmyard cradle.

    Can You Forgive Her?

  • All that the world can give will be thine; and yet when we talk of thee religiously, philosophically, or politico-economically, we are wont to declare that thy chances of happiness are no better — no better, if they be no worse’ — than are those of thine infant neighbour just born, in that farmyard cradle.

    Can you forgive her?

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