[ US /ˌəɫtɹəkənˈsɝvətɪv/ ]
  1. an extreme conservative; an opponent of progress or liberalism
  1. extremely conservative
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How To Use ultraconservative In A Sentence

  • Although not as well known as Atwood, Houllebecq has gained a significant following in his native France where he has the reputation as a major anti-liberal spokesman and darling of the ultraconservative right.
  • Williamson was consecrated a bishop by the pope's Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX), an ultraconservative splinter group.
  • All the Orthodox member churches are critical of the WCC, but some are milder in their criticisms than the Russian church, which has within it an ultraconservative faction.
  • In 2000, Bush said his favourite supreme court justices were the ultraconservatives, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas.
  • Grady Cothen noted, ‘We now had a group of ultraconservatives who were determined to adopt a creedal position that defined and limited the concept of being a Southern Baptist.’
  • This ultraconservative attack protects Carr, but it limits Houston's potential to hang with any team with a decent offense.
  • an ultraconservative evangelical message
  • Dole's top aide, Sheila Burke, quickly finds herself the target of abuse from ultraconservatives because of Dole's seeming moderate stance.
  • I had a vague stereotypical image in my mind of sombre, ultraconservative people in horse and buggy as I was accustomed to seeing in St Jacobs County of Ontariovisible minorities are always more apparent even in multicultural Canada.
  • The ultraconservative kingdom has one of the worst human rights records in the world. Times, Sunday Times
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