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Collective Definition

done by or characteristic of individuals acting together

Sentence Examples

The collective life of humanity

collective wisdom

Property can be owned by a collective of humans equally sharing it.

When we observe the human world we find various collective expressions of unity therein.

The divine religions are collective centers in which diverse standpoints may meet, agree and unify.

A new feeling of freedom is something we can only receive from our collective repentance for collective guilt.

He hopes that through their collective efforts a new zeal for teaching will come to animate the entire community of the believers throughout India and Burma.

Carl Jung (and his followers) promoted the idea of a collective unconscious.

He is convinced that your sustained and collective efforts in this connection will soon result in ushering in a new era in the history of the Cause in that country.

But these can never replace the mass of individual believers and fulfil what must be inevitably accomplished through the collective effort and wisdom of the community at large.

The anticipated trials will enable its members to plumb greater depths of consecration, soar to nobler heights of collective endeavor, and disclose in fuller measure the future glory of their destiny.

As a human being he may have moods and a will and personal aims, but as an artist he is "man" in a higher sense —he is "collective man" —one who carries and shapes the unconscious, psychic life of mankind

The members of this Community, however, must not be content with the standard already achieved, but must exert themselves ever more determinedly and unitedly to fulfil the high hopes cherished for the success of their collective enterprise.

All of its members who have participated in this collective undertaking should be heartily congratulated, particularly those who, by their acts of self-abnegation, have emulated the example of the heroes of our Faith at the early dawn of its history.

Such an individual should not only seek the approval, advice and assistance of the body that represents the Cause in his locality, but should strive to attribute any credit he may obtain, to the collective wisdom and capacity of the Assembly under whose jurisdiction he performs his services.