[ UK /hˈa‍ɪ‍əɹɑːki/ ]
[ US /ˈhaɪˌɹɑɹki, ˈhaɪɝˌɑɹki/ ]
  1. a series of ordered groupings of people or things within a system
    put honesty first in her hierarchy of values
  2. the organization of people at different ranks in an administrative body
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How To Use hierarchy In A Sentence

  • Europe was last united in neolithic times, before the inseparable meshwork of land, people, community and trade separated into hierarchy, nations and cities.
  • The authority of the father was absolute, as the head of a hierarchy arranged by generation, age and sex, in which every member of the extended family was related in rank to every other.
  • The ones elected to these jobs, so far outside the safe walls of the home base, were usually the girls who had outlived their usefulness at home or the social rejects from the hierarchy.
  • Yet a combined diploma and degree system leaves room to move up the hierarchy and enjoy career progress. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are in rebellion against the conservative hierarchy of the Church.
  • This model is known as the hierarchy of needs and is shaped like a pyramid. Business Studies Basic Facts
  • There must be a solid hierarchy and system of protection safeguarded by organized crime syndicates or mafia.
  • As a affiliation in concept, hierarchy comprehended form category.
  • In the middle of the spectrum were naturalists and physicians who supported the unity of the human species (monogenism), though almost all assumed racial hierarchy.
  • In Tansley as in Brennan you will find descriptions of a hierarchy of subtle energy sheaths or bodies called the etheric, emotional, mental and higher bodies that surround the physical body. The epiphenomenal view of mind
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