unreconstructed

[ US /ˌənɹikənˈstɹəktɪd/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɹˌiːkənstɹˈʌktɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. adhering to an attitude or position widely held to be outmoded
    there are probably more unreconstructed Southerners than one would like to admit
    peasants are still unreconstructed small capitalists at heart
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How To Use unreconstructed In A Sentence

  • This Government is a bunch of unreconstructed socialists.
  • Huge sums of public money were wasted trying to stimulate an unreconstructed, collectivist economy. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's no surprise that some unreconstructed critics of capitalism are looking smug.
  • Furthermore, the mortgage banks, whose rates are typically 0.5% higher than those of unreconstructed building societies, have been haemorrhaging customers.
  • He recognizes, of course, that affective is involved at some level either way — psychopath will not see any particular point to saving the five either — but in the cases where people give the classic deontological response, it seems like unreconstructed affect. The Starry Heavens Above and the Moral Law Within (the Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex)
  • She was entirely "unreconstructed" to the day of her death. I. Boyhood and Youth
  • The Angel's Share is an elegy for the old, unreconstructed island ways that have been all but decimated in the name of progress which, while making things a whole lot more efficient, left an unholy mess in its wake as well.
  • So while the issue is about economic envy and blame shifting, of which you write, and which I am enjoying reading, essentially it's far more a case of good old politically incorrect, unreconstructed racism.
  • Like many on the left today, he is an unreconstructed materialist.
  • peasants are still unreconstructed small capitalists at heart
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