Dictate (verb, noun)
(v.) 1. to give orders or demands with authority; 2. to speak into a tape recorder for later transcription of the text or to speak text to somebody writing it down; (n.)
1. guiding principals that govern how you behave; 2. an order telling people what they must do.
– Devout Catholics follow the dictates handed down by the Vatican in Rome
– When I am driving, I always dictate e-mails to Siri, the voice assistant on my iPhone.
– Wimbledon Dress Code dictates that all tennis players must wear white on the tennis courts.
(v.) state, order, command, direct, instruct, (n.) principal, guideline, directive, mandate
(v.) request, ask
Egalitarian (adjective, noun)
(adj.) descriptive of the belief that all people are created equal and should have the same rights and opportunities; (n.) a person who believes in equal rights for everyone
– Martin Luther King Jr.was considered by the FBI to be a communist but most people saw him as an egalitarian.
– We all hope for an egalitarian society where all people are created equal and should be loved and respected equally.
– Bitcoin’s value is not dictated like fiat. It’s a mathematical framework that is free of politics and human error, and this make bitcoin more egalitarian.
equal, unbiased, fair