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paleoconservative

noun pa·leo·con·ser·va·tive \-kən-ˈsər-və-tiv\

Definition of PALEOCONSERVATIVE

:  a conservative espousing traditional principles and policies
paleoconservative adjective

Examples of PALEOCONSERVATIVE

  1. <paleoconservatives who would never sanction gambling casinos in their state>

First Known Use of PALEOCONSERVATIVE

1981

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