extremist

[ US /ɛkˈstɹimɪst/ ]
[ UK /ɛkstɹˈiːmɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person who holds extreme views
ADJECTIVE
  1. (used of opinions and actions) far beyond the norm
    extremist political views
    radical opinions on education
    an ultra conservative
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How To Use extremist In A Sentence

  • Let us not lose track of the fact that she is a fringe extremist with as much chance of winning state-wide election as Mel Gibson has of winning a commendation from the National Organization of Women. Dylan Brody: Christine O'Donnell Is Just a Stalking Horse in Cute Pumps
  • In an exclusive interview with NEWSWEEK this week, Karrubi called Khatami a weak politician and said his allies were extremists "who questioned the Islamic component of the Islamic Republic. Fighting for Moderation
  • While some things bug Yagoda he despises "enthuse," for example, he has a healthy skepticism toward language extremists. oh, the irony, part 2
  • And it broadly defines these extremists as including people who embrace some components of "anticapitalist" or "antiglobalization" ideas. Us Too
  • Despite dire threats of violence from extremist groups, the protest passed off peacefully.
  • So, much as I’m weary of western politicians who couldn’t tell the Ka’ba from a peach cobbler going on about how extremists are “perverting” Islam — how the hell do they know? — this article, which got its author suspended from his radio talk show hosting job for its claim that “Islam is a terror organization,” is truly, profoundly stupid. Excommunicated from the Ummah?
  • A previously unknown extremist group has said it carried out Friday's bomb attack.
  • The extremists prevailed, and the security minister was canned.
  • Finally, I have never seen evidence of extremist instigation in schools we sponsor.
  • Is there a post-graduate degree course in obscure extremist political or religious sects?
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