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Whiggish

adjective Whig·gish \ˈhwi-gish, ˈwi-\

Definition of WHIGGISH

1
:  characteristic of Whigs or Whiggery
2
:  of, relating to, or characterized by a view which holds that history follows a path of inevitable progression and improvement and which judges the past in light of the present

First Known Use of WHIGGISH

1684

Rhymes with WHIGGISH

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