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Society has to be prepared to support its elderly people.
The program aims to encourage the reintegration of prisoners into society.
The protesters were drawn from a broad cross section of society.
Good writing still has a place in contemporary society.
The novels reflect the values of Victorian society.
The question is whether we have sufficient resources to sustain an industrial society.
Never forget that we live in a multicultural society.
In today's affluent society people are becoming increasingly discontented.
This is the American English definition of society. View British English definition of society.
getting smaller, weaker, or less important
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