Crossword clues for nationalist
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
nationalist \na"tion*al*ist\, n.
One who advocates national unity and independence; -- as, for example, one of a party favoring Irish independence before 1918.
One who advocates nationalism, in any sense.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"one devoted to his nation," 1715, from national in a now obsolete sense of "patriotic" (1711) + -ist. Related: Nationalistic; nationalistically.
a. Of or relating to nationalism. n. An advocate of nationalism.
n. one who loves and defends his or her country [syn: patriot]
an advocate of national independence of or a strong national government
adj. devotion to the interests or culture of a particular nation including promoting the interests of one country over those of others; "nationalist aspirations"; "minor nationalistic differences" [syn: nationalistic]
Nationalism is a political ideology that can be described from political, sociological and psychological perspectives.
A Nationalist may refer to an adherent of:
Usage examples of "nationalist".
Hitler followed avidly the activities of the three major political parties of old Austria: the Social Democrats, the Christian Socialists and the Pan-German Nationalists.
Patrol took over the Cosmocrat party and set out to gather detailed and documentary evidence of corrupt and criminal activities of the Nationalists, the party then in power.
Patrol took over the Cosmocrat party and set out to gather detailed and documented evidence of corrupt and criminal activities of the Nationalists, the party then in power.
A law which nationalist elements had passed long before the War, to prohibit this sort of involvement in wars, was cynically put aside.
Even if the Nationalist Government survived in an area reduced and fragmented by the new Japanese inroads, defeatism and decay from within would be accelerated.
Marius Wyxzewixard Challouehliczilczese Grimes had been named after an Ethiopian nationalist, a contemporary of Fard Muhammad, in fact, back in the thirties.
Setting my own faults aside for the moment, and they are many, let me say that Gundy was an arrogant, egotistical cretin, so much so that even his fellow Aussies, the most loyal of nationalists, avoided him whenever possible.
Then Jarry looked across the table and found himself staring into the eyes of a journalist for one of the right-wing nationalist Catholic cycling weeklies.
French in the Ruhr and the resumption of the burden of reparations touched off an outburst of anger and hysteria among the German nationalists, and the Communists, who also had been growing in strength, joined them in bitter denunciation of the Republic.
However, the Nazis and the Nationalists, the only two parties represented in the government, had only 247 seats out of 583 in Parliament and thus lacked a majority.
The moujiks, the workers, the students, the women, and the separate nationalist groups all experienced their own forms of malaise.
Nothing contributed more to nationalist sentiment in Iraq, especially in the military, than the British invasion of 1941 and the reimposition of the monarchy.
Finally, we demand and expect that full reparations be paid to the government of the Soviet Union, and to the families of those so callously murdered by the revanchist German nationalists who hide in their city on the west bank of the Rhein.
In addition to his writings on the way of the warrior, Soko is also remembered for his stress on another theme, the greatness of Japan, that was to endear him to later nationalists of the modern period.
As a result, it is closely related to nationalist unilateralism in international affairs, since it forms part of a view that if the United States really has no choice at all but to involve itself with disgusting and inferior foreigners, it must absolutely control the process and must under no circumstances subject itself to foreign control or even advice.