anti–politics

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noun, plural in form but singular or plural in construction an·ti–pol·i·tics \ˌan-tē-ˈpä-lə-ˌtiks, ˌan-tī-\
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antipolitics

Definition of anti–politics

  1. :  reaction against or rejection of the practices or attitudes associated with traditional politics Tories know that recession and the rise of anti-politics, stoked by stories of Westminster sleaze, means that loathing for the government does not imply love for its opponents. — The Economist Antipolitics served up by a well-heeled conservative who looks like an outsider will probably beat the new politics the Greens are still trying to invent. — Marc Cooper

1843

First Known Use of anti–politics

1843


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