anti–party

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adjective an·ti–par·ty \ˌan-tē-ˈpär-tē, ˌan-tī-\
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antiparty

Definition of anti–party

  1. :  opposed to a particular political party or to political parties in general anti-party rhetoric He was expelled from Moscow University for antiparty tendencies … — Robert Little … in the anti-party media age of the 1990's … — Norman J. Ornstein

1845

First Known Use of anti–party

1845


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