[ US /ˌɪnɝˈnæʃənəɫɪst, ˌɪntɝˈnæʃənəɫɪst/ ]
[ UK /ˌɪntənˈæʃənəlˌɪst/ ]
  1. a member of a socialist or communist international
  2. an advocate of internationalism
  1. influenced by or advocating internationalism
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How To Use internationalist In A Sentence

  • This comes as no surprise to realists who understand that words are weapons and that internationalist ideas are the continuation of statism by other means.
  • Trocchi, novelist and avowed internationalist, could keep quiet no longer.
  • She talks more about - she has this nationalistic, internationalistic viewpoint of dealing with our enemies as it relates to being forceful, though, at the same time being diplomatic. CNN Transcript Dec 27, 2008
  • Underpinning the drive to self-government was a self-confident, broad-minded, radical and internationalist perspective best embodied for many by Hamish Henderson.
  • His anxiety that nonaction with Iraq would have been wrong because then Security Council Resolutions "would have been revealed as empty threats, weakening the United Nations", as opposed to exactly what by this appointer of the staunchly Pro-Internationalist, J. Bolton to be UN Ambassador? Kerry Donor: Let's Give The Man Some Credit
  • If the committee Republicans can be persuaded that this is simply a way for Democrats to go after a hawkish official because of his views, if they see it as what "The Wall Street Journal" editorial page called a mugging, Bolton is going to survive, because even internationalists like Chairman Lugar are not going to deny the president a choice on policy grounds. CNN Transcript Apr 25, 2005
  • Graham Marshall followed with injuries to his rib cage which according to the internationalist following the game, will possibly terminate his career.
  • Yet even though Nazism was assertively nationalistic, it managed to vie with Soviet communism—which was just as assertively internationalistic—in the struggle for world domination. The Great Experiment
  • For this reason we have said that to be internationalistic is to pay our own debt to humanity. PRESS FORUM BY VENEZUELAN JOURNALIST
  • As a Jew, a liberal, a humanist, an internationalist, he attracted the enmity of rationalistanti - semites.
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