[ UK /nˈiːə‍ʊkˌɒnsəvətˌɪv/ ]
[ US /ˌnioʊkənˈsɝvətɪv/ ]
  1. a conservative who subscribes to neoconservatism
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How To Use neoconservative In A Sentence

  • Similarly, when neoconservative ideologues speak of needing to rebuild an embattled US hegemony and legitimacy, they aren't impotently expatiating.
  • Mr Buckley, Jr is quoted as saying “The neoconservative hubris, which sort of assigns to America some kind of geo-strategic responsibility for maximizing democracy, overstretches the resources of a free country.” Firedoglake » Can Republicans Put Country Before Party?
  • Indeed, contrary to the hopes raised by some of Obama's admirers in the anti-war movement -- or the fears stirred up in his neoconservative bashers -- Obama was not a closet peacenik, an isolationist, a "third worldist" or an "Arabist;" and his positions on Arab-Israeli issues reflected a view shared by most of his predecessors in office. Leon T. Hadar: Obama's Mideast Policy: An Unpromising Drive Towards a Cost-Effective Pax Americana
  • Richard Perle was a brilliant, brooding defense expert with strongly neoconservative leanings.
  • The self-styled neoconservatives, for example, are the antithesis of conservatism.
  • That's the diplospeak that conservatives, neoconservatives, once deplored. CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2006
  • Political Straussians and their neoconservative allies argue that the spread of democracy is a panacea for many of America's global problems.
  • But I think the documentary is accurate as portraying the neoconservatives as playing a key role in getting the evangelical message ensconced into he daily lexicon. A little less conversation… « Dating Jesus
  • I think, however, that what is more likely is that neoconservative intellectuals and blowhards (whom you despise) have gained more influence.
  • So, too, the neoconservatives are trying to fend off critics by assassinating their character and impugning their motives.
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