Thomas more, who died for what he believed in, coined the word

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Thomas More coined the word “utopia”
The answer is utopia
He coined the word utopia. I hope this helps :)
He coined the word "utopia"
He believed in the word, Utopia. a perfect society with no war, suffering. :)

The correct answer is; Utopia.

Further Explanation:

Thomas More was the man who wrote the book named "Utopia." It was the first time that the word was used and he is credited with coining the word. The book itself was written in the Latin language and had to be translated into English and other languages. The book was published in the English version in 1515 and published in Latin in 1516.

The book was fiction and political satire. The story was about an island depicting a place that was perfect with the political, social, and religious customs of all people.

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Thomas More, who died for what he believed in, coined the word (Utopia).

Thomas More, who died for what he believed in, coined the word (Utopia).

He believed in the word, Utopia. That is, a perfect society with no criminalism, war, suffering, etc.
He believed in the word, Utopia. That is, a perfect society with no criminalism, war, suffering, etc.


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