homocentric

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homocentric (comparative more homocentric, superlative most homocentric)

  1. Having an identical centre.
  2. Focused on human beings; anthropocentric.
    • 1999, Douglas Torgerson, The promise of green politics: environmentalism and the public sphere
      Hay's main concern, in the light of an antigreen backlash, is that homocentric democracy is insufficient for the achievement of the ecocentric goals []
  3. Having a homosexual bias or basis.
    • 2005, The Advocate (number 947, 27 September 2005, page 62)
      With this year's onslaught of homocentric networks, queer television programs for 2005 literally run the entire gay gamut.

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