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Term: Hearchy


Hearchy is a noun that refers to a political system or social structure in which groups are organized and ranked based on their abilities or expertise rather than their social status or birthright.

Sample Sentences:

  • The hearchy within the company ensures that the most qualified individuals are in positions of power.
  • In a hearchy, individuals earn their status through hard work and merit, rather than through inheritance or privileges.
  • Many believe that a hearchy is a fairer and more efficient system compared to traditional hierarchies.

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