1. of or relating to or suggestive of Winston Churchill
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How To Use Churchillian In A Sentence

  • He should then appreciate the fine line between Churchillian rhetoric and hyperbole.
  • Some politicians may well have a cherubic grin and a Churchillian girth, yet they seem to refuse to follow one of the great Prime Minister's maxims.
  • From 1945 onwards, few cared to question whether this Churchillian refusal to negotiate with Stalin, or any other dictator, actually makes things worse - that would have sounded as though excuses were being made for misrule.
  • He turned and looked at his Deputy; gave him his Churchillian glare. LOADED QUESTIONS
  • He was a sceptic liberal who, in Two Cheers for Democracy, reviled Churchillian nationalism and powerfully argued the social value of being tepidly rather than ardently nationalist.
  • HAD Mahinda Rajapaksa, Sri Lanka's war-winning leader, lost his island-state's presidential election on January 26th, it would have been described as a Churchillian defeat. The Economist: Correspondent's diary
  • And he will find himself targeted for opprobrium by others who presently portray him as a politician of Churchillian stature.
  • So at the end of the day," he says as the sky darkens behind him over London, "I do stand by what you might describe as a Churchillian defense of the markets. 'A Churchillian Defense of the Markets'
  • At this point, his politics could be characterized as Churchillian conservative. Empire of Dreams
  • We now appreciate that he prefers forward-looking 21 st-century celebrations in a brand new dome filled with grateful tinies, to weepy, regressive events featuring Churchilliana and old women.
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