Definition of "anti-federalist" [an•ti-fed•er•al•ist]
One who opposes federalism.(noun)
Expressing opposition to federalism.(adjective)
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Use "anti-federalist" in a sentence
"Raoul Ruparel, head of economic research at the anti-federalist thinktank Open Europe, said: If the Greek public vote no in the referendum Greece could be left with no funds and no government, teetering on the edge of a disorderly default and a disorderly exit from the eurozone."
"When the Pa. legislature was debating about adopting the constitution the federalist were in power and would not even listen to the anti-federalist."
"By definition, the establishment and highest levels of public power are viewed together, and to be anti-liberal is to be, in some sense, anti-liberal-establishment, and anti-federalist."