idealistic

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adjective ide·al·is·tic \(ˌ)ī-ˌdē-(ə-)ˈli-stik, ˌī-dē-\

Definition of idealistic

  1. :  of or relating to idealists or idealism

idealistically

play \(ˌ)ī-ˌdē-(ə-)ˈli-sti-k(ə-)lē, ˌī-dē-\ adverb

Examples of idealistic in a sentence

  1. <idealistic pacifists who thought that tyranny could be toppled by rational argument and mutual understanding>

1824

First Known Use of idealistic

1824

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