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How to Pronounce laws?

Correct pronunciation for the word "laws" is [lˈɔːz], [lˈɔːz], [l_ˈɔː_z].

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"Laws" in context

Laws are rules or regulations that are set in place to maintain order and ensure fairness within a society, nation, or other jurisdiction. Laws often times aim to resolve conflicts by regulating behavior and providing a framework for people to negotiate their differences. The United States Constitution serves as the supreme law of the land, and it enumerates the individual rights of citizens and sets in place the processes to establish justice and promote the common good. The Rule of Law is an important concept that views laws as being established to ensure justice and promote fairness. This means that no one is above the law, and that everyone must be held accountable to the same standards.

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Usage over time for laws:

This graph shows how "laws" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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