anti–elitist

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adjective an·ti–elit·ist \ˌan-tē-ā-ˈlē-tist, -i-, -ē-, ˌan-tī-\

Definition of anti–elitist

  1. :  opposed to elitist attitudes, policies, or practices Like many swashbuckler capitalists, he is essentially anti-elitist. — David Brooks

anti–elitism

play \ˌan-tē-ā-ˈlē-ˌti-zəm, -i-, -ē-, ˌan-tī-\ noun Shostakovich, a prime figure in the flowering of the avant-garde in early Soviet Russia, then became a public target of Stalin's virulent anti-elitism. — Scott Cantrell

anti–elitist

noun Britain is the only country I know dominated by an elite of anti-elitists. — George Walden

1971

First Known Use of anti–elitist

1971


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