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Definition of "antiestablishmentarianism" [antiestablishmentarianism]

  • A policy or attitude that views a nation's or society's power structure as corrupt, repressive, or unjust. (noun)

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Use "antiestablishmentarianism" in a sentence
  • "The sixties are dead and buried, and Bob has appeared in Cadillac and Victoria Secret ads, but he has always rejected the mantle of antiestablishmentarianism."
  • "Cadillac ad last year, he has always rejected the mantle of antiestablishmentarianism."
  • "Some of us Ruby oldheads consider Rails our little version of the Eternal September This probably stems from DHH’s very public antiestablishmentarianism and his frequent use of graphic language to create sensationalism."