Examples of centrist in a Sentence
The candidate hopes to appeal to centrists nationwide.
the centrists will most likely rally behind the candidate who favors reforming the government program—not abolishing it entirely
Recent Examples of centrist from the Web
But earlier this week, a handful of centrist Republicans gave the DACA issue a boost.
Richard Kahle, a former Army captain who grew up in Ramona and San Marcos, is running as an centrist independent.
The last centrist startup, the SDP-Liberal Alliance, won 25% of the vote in 1983 compared with Labour’s 28%, but only 23 seats compared with Labour’s 209.
But Democrats and some centrist Republicans contend that the amendment has had a chilling effect on scientific research into the issue, interfering with a greater understanding of the causes of gun violence.
The recalling of the Tel Aviv embassy attaché is the latest in a string of embarrassing incidents for Austria’s far-right Freedom Party, which came to power in December as part of a right-wing coalition with the centrist People’s Party.
Thirty years ago, his natural centrist impulses would have placed him perfectly within the Texas Democratic Party firmament, somewhere between Lloyd Bentsen and Mark White.
The roster of House members who aren’t seeking re-election include centrists like Reps.
The spirit of the movement has even caught the fancy of Republicans, as well as centrists.
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CENTRIST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of centrist for English Language Learners
: a person whose political opinions are not extreme : a person whose beliefs fall between those of liberals and conservatives
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