anti-reform

adjective
an·​ti-re·​form | \ˌan-tē-ri-ˈfȯrm, ˌan-tī-\

Definition of anti-reform 

: characterized by or expressing opposition to reform : opposing the amendment of laws, policies, or procedures anti-reform candidates anti-reform protests

First Known Use of anti-reform

1799, in the meaning defined above

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