Establishment in a sentence

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Definition of Establishment

  • The act of establishing; a ratifying or ordaining; settlement; confirmation.
  • The state of being established, founded, and the like; fixed state.
  • That which is established;
  • A form of government, civil or ecclesiastical; especially, a system of religion maintained by the civil power; as, the Episcopal establishment of England.
  • A permanent civil, military, or commercial, force or organization.
  • The place in which one is permanently fixed for residence or business; residence, including grounds, furniture, equipage, etc.; with which one is fitted out; also, any office or place of business, with its fixtures; that which serves for the carrying on of a business; as, to keep up a large establishment; a manufacturing establishment.
  • the act of forming or establishing something
  • a public or private structure (business or governmental or educational) including buildings and equipment for business or residence
  • the cognitive process of establishing a valid proof
  • an organization founded and united for a specific purpose
  • any large organization
  • the persons (or committees or departments etc.) who make up a body for the purpose of administering something
  • (ecology) the process by which a plant or animal becomes established in a new habitat

How to use establishment in a sentence. Establishment pronunciation.

When greenbacks had gone down to forty cents on the dollar, the prices regularly charged everybody by printing establishments were one dollar and fifty cents per "thousand" and one dollar and fifty cents per "token," in gold.
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Upholsterers' workmen would have been bad enough, but much worse was the establishment of Mrs. Higgins by her daughter's bedside, which naturally involved her presence as a guest at table, and the endurance of her conversation whenever she chose to come downstairs.
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The next morning, while taking their frugal meal, a tea dealer, for whom this man had frequently put up shelves, came to say he was short-handed, and if the Scotchman was not very busy, he would give him a regular position in his establishment, at a better salary than he could hope to earn.
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At first, I kept hoping that things would grow better, and that I should, at least, be able to have some influence on the modes of teaching; but I soon found that everything connected with the establishment was directed by the iron will of an unscrupulous and tyrannical woman, whose laws were as irrevocable as those of the Medes and Persians.
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Ada had frequented an 'establishment for young ladies' up to the close of her seventeenth year; the other two had pursued culture at a still more pretentious institute until they were eighteen.
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At this time, Mr. Morgan had joined an acquaintance in the establishment of a debt-collecting agency; his partner provided the modest capital needful for such an enterprise, and upon himself fell the disagreeable work.
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This winter saw the establishment of the South London Fashionable Dress Supply Association-the name finally selected by Beatrice French and her advisers.
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You are so brilliant, so petted, with your establishment and your racers.
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Sir,-I have the honor to submit the following report of the campaign which terminated in the fall of Santiago de Cuba and the adjacent territory, and the establishment of the military government therein.
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This he observed with equal sorrow and surprise; he respected the wisdom of their ancestors; at the same time, no one could deny that they were both barbarous and ignorant; he highly esteemed also the constitution, but regretted that it was not in the slightest degree adapted to the existing want of society: he was not for destroying any establishments, but, on the contrary, was for courteously affording them the opportunity of self-dissolution.
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A palace and establishment were immediately directed to be prepared for the family of the murdered monarch, and the commander-in-chief was instructed to make every exertion to bring home the body of his Majesty embalmed.
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In spite of the wishes of the majority of the nation, the whole of the dealers were one day expelled the island, and the Managers of the Statue immediately took possession of their establishments.
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On examining the banker's accounts, it was discovered that his chief loss had been incurred by supporting that competition establishment where purses were bought full of crowns.
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The Trustees having, with great care, selected thirty-five families from the number who wished to go, the first emigrant ship sailed for Georgia in November, 1732, bearing about one hundred and twenty-five "sober, industrious and moral persons", and all needful stores for the establishment of the colony.
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Instead he met with rebuke and disapproval, the leaders resenting the fact that he had not placed the work directly under their control, and apparently realizing, as he did not, that the movement would probably lead to the establishment of a separate church.
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To carefully repay the English Nation such sums as may be advanced for his establishment in Georgia, and moreover, as soon as the property is in good condition, to consider it only as rented until the obligation is discharged. (4) To assist the King and Nation, with all zeal and by all means in his power, to carry out His Majesty's designs for Georgia.
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Through the same channel the answer of the Trustees was returned: "Mr. Lorenz, The proposals sent by Baron Pfeil from Ratisbon (Regensberg) to the Trustees of Georgia have been read at their meeting, but as they see that the gentleman asks pecuniary assistance for the establishment he contemplates, they answer that they have absolutely no fund from which to defray such expenses, but that in case the gentleman who suggests it wishes to undertake the enterprise at his own cost they will be able to grant him land in Georgia on conditions to which no one could object, and which he may learn as soon as the Trustees have been informed that he has decided to go at his own expense.
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Therefore may this esteemed and worthy society for the establishment of international peace be confirmed in its sincere intentions and empowered by God.
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At present Universal Peace is a matter of great importance, but unity of conscience is essential, so that the foundation of this matter may become secure, its establishment firm and its edifice strong.
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Every soul who entered these gatherings saw but one nation, one teaching, one pathway, one order, for the teachings of His Holiness Bahá’u’lláh were not limited to the establishment of Universal Peace.
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Examples of Establishment

Example #1
The "instructions" commanded that the Secretary regard a paper dollar issued by the government as equal to any other dollar issued by the government.
Example #2
It was easy to swear to do these two things, but it was entirely impossible to do more than one of them.
Example #3
Mumford urged his wife to take her summer holiday-to go away with the child until all was put right again-a phrase which included the removal of Miss Derrick to her own home; but of this Emmeline would not hear.
Example #4
Of course the house was in grievous disorder.
Example #5
Meanwhile, hearing his wife was sick, he had brought her a couple pounds prime tea, and it occurred to him that venison steaks were a little out of the ordinary run of meat, and, as he had a quantity at home, he brought a couple.
Example #6
The recital of his adventure obliterated for the time all sense of their own desires, and they thanked God together that their loss had been the widow's gain.