Synonyms for absolutists
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : ab-suh-loo-tiz-uhm|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈæb sə luˌtɪz əm|
Top 10 synonyms for absolutists Other synonyms for the word absolutists
Définition of absolutistsOrigin :
- 1753 in theology; 1830 in politics, in which sense it was first used by British reformer and parliamentarian Maj. Gen. Thomas Perronet Thompson (1783-1869). See absolute and -ism.
- As in authoritarian : noun domineering person
- As in tyrant : noun person who dictates, oppresses
- As in strongman : noun dictator
- As in dictator : noun absolute ruler
- Interpenetration and co-operation may supply the place of the metaphysical unity at which the Absolutists aim.
- Extract from : « Nature Mysticism » by J. Edward Mercer
- Both thinkers are absolutists in principle, though Hobbes gives to a monarch the power which Bentham gives to a democracy.
- Extract from : « The English Utilitarians, Volume I. » by Leslie Stephen
- It is probably this last notion that, consciously or unconsciously, weighs most in the psychology of the Absolutists creed.
- Extract from : « The Behavior of Crowds » by Everett Dean Martin
- Their departure was almost immediately followed by open riots in favour of the absolutists.
- Extract from : « A History of England, Period III. » by Rev. J. Franck Bright
- The Ritualists were absolutists in their political views and accepted the King's intervention in church matters.
- Extract from : « Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed. » by S. A. Reilly
- The absolutists on the other hand hoped that the king might by procrastination avoid the separation of the crowns.
- Extract from : « The Political History of England - Vol XI » by George Brodrick
- The focus of the constitutional movement, she was savagely assailed by the Absolutists and their French allies.
- Extract from : « Southern Spain » by A.F. Calvert
- They were fighting for unconditional restoration, and both as invaders and as absolutists the king was their accomplice.
- Extract from : « Lectures on the French Revolution » by John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
- The progress of this revolution was strenuously opposed by the allied forces of the monks, the priests, and the absolutists.
- Extract from : « Monks, Popes, and their Political Intrigues » by John Alberger
- We have not, however, done with our absolutists of the one-sided free-trade theory yet.
- Extract from : « Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 54, No. 334, August 1843 » by Various
Antonyms for absolutists
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