Col`lec*tiv"i*ty (?), n.

1.

Quality or state of being collective.

2.

The collective sum. aggregate, or mass of anything; specif., the people as a body; the state.

The proposition to give work by the collectivity is supposed to be in contravention of the sacred principle of monopolistic competition.
W. D. Howells.

3. (Polit. Econ.)

Collectivism.

 

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