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
Ms. Grossman calls herself a centrist who breaks with Mr. Sessions on his calls for stricter sentencing.
Trump since has leaned in the direction of congressional Republicans on healthcare and the budget, to the point that his budget has been criticized by some centrist Republicans as too draconian.
The 76-year-old Temer, a political centrist and longtime congressman, is facing the same potential fate as predecessor Dilma Rousseff, who was impeached in August.
In France, investors were relieved that the centrist Emmanuel Macron decisively defeated the far-right National Front leader, Marine Le Pen.
Reformers and centrists have sought, in varying degrees, to open up Iran again, by relaxing some of the rigid Islamic strictures and engaging with the outside world.
A book is either red or blue, so there’s no nuance for centrists.
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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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