anti–industry

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adjective an·ti–in·dus·try \ˌan-ˌtī-ˈin-də-strē, -ˌdə-, ˌan-tē-\

Definition of anti–industry

  1. :  opposed to or hostile toward industry or a particular industry It was true that there had been a revival of the anti-industry sentiment in the United States, and that the industry had lost a great deal of political power. — Bruce A. Beaubouef, The Strategic Petroleum Reserve, 2007

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Origin and Etymology of anti–industry

1anti- + industry


First Known Use: 1921


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