[ UK /ɹˈe‍ɪʃə‍lˌɪst/ ]
  1. a person with a prejudiced belief that one racial group is superior to others
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How To Use racialist In A Sentence

  • At least Blumental in his article is kind enough to refer to Brimelow as a "racialist," not a "racist. VDARE.com: Blog Articles
  • Those who heatedly disputed this at the time were dismissed as scaremongering racialists.
  • Yes, today "racialist" and "racist" are generally viewed as synonmys, mostly due to the fact that "racist" has become such a huge word in our society that any difference between it and AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed
  • This kind of racialist principle was found to be philosophically invalid and extremely socially damaging 60 years ago.
  • This sort of junk archaeology is only slightly less ludicrous than alien intervention theories but crosses a more problematic line in its openly racialist intent.
  • For two and a half months, the military command had parleyed and negotiated with the racialist thug and his group, which included both active and retired senior military and intelligence officers.
  • Why are our courts backing the bogus racialist theories of such an evil individual?
  • But I don't accept the term "racialist" because I think most people don't distinguish between it and VDARE.com: Blog Articles
  • Was that a "racialist" violation of the color-blind dream of Martin Luther King, Jr., as the strident Right has come to compress the righteous prophet? Jonathan Rieder: Final Thoughts on Beer Summits and Postracial Paradoxes
  • Again, he pours scorn on racialist mythology but, in his steadfastly conservative way, refuses to become histrionically sanctimonious on the matter, preferring studied contempt to self-promoting outrage.
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