[ UK /sˈɛntɹəlˌɪst/ ]
  1. advocating centralization
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How To Use centralist In A Sentence

  • Those who are centralists favor more national action in regard to solving problems.
  • The NNP will fulfil (its) constitutional responsibilities in this province and will not be pushed around by a centralistic, power-crazy Western Cape ANC," Gelderblom said. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • I mean, one kind of decentralist politics that you might endorse would be to advocate the secession of urban centers from the surrounding states and a decentralist order that’s partly based on people forming a network of poleis around these urban centers. Rad Geek People’s Daily – 2008 – September – 26
  • The federal pattern of democratic revolution and the Centralista tradition can only be understood in terms of this municipal patriotism.
  • While focus is often on failure at a local level, change to the centralist culture is necessary and achievable thorugh substantial reform.
  • Almost all the traditions and institutions which have moulded the national character and the whole moral climate of England and America are those which the progress of collectivism and its centralistic tendencies are progressively destroying. Archive 2008-09-01
  • I always intervene when I hear people saying things like, well, the Germans are in favour of federalism and the French are centralistic so no wonder, etc. Angela Merkel says EU needs Britain
  • Argentina's political scene was turbulent: civil war waged between centralists and federalists, and threats of invasion by foreign powers were frequent.
  • Telecommunications is a top-down, centralist spectacle of and for big business.
  • Obummer is a liberal radical in centralist clothing, so who cares. Democrats thump Pawlenty for Virginia appearance
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