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Saint–Simonian

adjective Saint–Si·mo·ni·an \¦sāntˌsī¦mōnēən\

Definition of Saint–Simonian

  1. :  of or relating to St.-Simon or Saint-Simonianism

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Origin and Etymology of saint–simonian

Count de St.-Simon (Claude Henri de Rouvroy) †1825 French philosopher and social scientist + English -ian


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Saint–Simonian

noun Saint–Si·mo·ni·an \"\

Definition of Saint–Simonian

plural

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  1. :  a follower of St.-Simon or an adherent of Saint-Simonianism

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