[ UK /tɹɐdˈɪʃənəlˌɪst/ ]
[ US /tɹəˈdɪʃənəɫɪst/ ]
  1. one who adheres to traditional views
  1. stubbornly conservative and narrow-minded
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How To Use traditionalist In A Sentence

  • you and your fellow misogynistic homophobes masquerading as "traditionalist anglicans" have played out the string. Breakaway Fort Worth group responds to Episcopal Church lawsuit | RELIGION Blog |
  • And unlike the previous use of archaic folk tunes, Cajun stomps and swamp water boogies just don't have the same traditionalist staying power.
  • Modern Hopis and Navajos parade as hoary traditionalists, rightful stewards by ancestral occupance.
  • I suggest you also size the walls before doing this, and as your decorator is a traditionalist I am sure he will agree.
  • Starting new ones will only compound the problem: the traditionalist is in the same boat as the liberal to the extent that both are prisoners of a denominational market (p. 205), even when appeal is constantly being made to the model of Reformation confessio - or even early Christian martyrdom. Ramsey Lecture - Durham - 'The Lutheran Catholic'
  • Very little had, at that time, been published on southern African traditionalist art forms.
  • There are timber-frame houses that are still crafted in the timeless way by woodworking traditionalists.
  • Toryism is a traditionalist political philosophy, which grew out of the Cavalier faction in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. Think Progress » ThinkFast: February 18, 2010
  • Traditionalists see crime and poverty as largely the result of a breakdown in social discipline or self control.
  • But he is a traditionalist and is said to have opposed the constitutional changes which reduced the role of the monarch to that of a ceremonial head of state.
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