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Dysnomy

Dys′no-my

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Noun.
[Gr. [GREEK];
δυσ-
ill, bad + [GREEK] law.]
Bad legislation; the enactment of bad laws.
Cockeram.

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dysnomy

dysnomy

English

Noun

dysnomy (uncountable)

  1. Bad legislation; the enactment of bad laws.
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