Examples of idealistic in a Sentence
idealistic pacifists who thought that tyranny could be toppled by rational argument and mutual understanding
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To those questions, Wild takes an idealistic and vaguely neutral stance.
Some works, like Death on the Ridge Road, are overtly sinister, not at all bucolic or idealistic.
These bright-eyed, hopeful and idealistic new teachers report for duty at the school system that has hired them.
Appearing somewhat out of place in this idealistic cocoon is Tom (Cillian Murphy), a finance hotshot who retreats to the bathroom for regular cocaine breaks, lost in the depths of some private agitation.
Foreign policy was often seen as Obama’s weakest area, usually due to his idealistic (or some would say naive) worldview and lack of experience.
From the contrast that Zaske sets up, raising children in Germany sounds very idealistic.
Marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of the empire, Ms. Nicolae writes in the Harvard Crimson: Depictions of communism on campus paint the ideology as revolutionary or idealistic, overlooking its authoritarian violence.
Princess Leia is tough, idealistic and frequently sardonic.
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