Definition of egalitarian
: asserting, promoting, or marked by egalitarianism
Examples of egalitarian in a Sentence
egalitarian policies for the redistribution of wealth
Recent Examples of egalitarian from the Web
But beyond the myths and legends, the Museum of the Revolution in the Border offers a foundation for learning about a turbulent chapter of history that dashed dreams of an egalitarian world across the border.
Rabbi Shai Held is President and Dean of the Hadar Institute, a center for traditional, egalitarian Jewish learning in New York City.
Mr. Xi has used the anticorruption campaign to sideline political enemies and promoted it as an effort to build a more egalitarian society.
As a technology of fairness, the starting blocks helped turn foot racing into an ideal for egalitarian citizenship.
Like blogging, where the lines between writer and reader have been not just blurred but erased, webcamming fosters an egalitarian arrangement where everyone is both exhibitionist and voyeur.
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Origin and Etymology of egalitarian
French égalitaire, from égalité equality, from Latin aequalitat-, aequalitas, from aequalis equal
First Known Use: 1885See Words from the same year
EGALITARIAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of egalitarian for English Language Learners
: aiming for equal wealth, status, etc., for all people
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