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Definition of "establishmentarianism" []

  • The doctrine or political position that advocates establishment of a church as the official state religion; -- applied especially to the Church of England. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "establishmentarianism" in a sentence
  • "Once the substance had been entirely sucked out, all that was left was the bogus symbolism of anti-establishmentarianism and the hollow tropes of faux danger and commercialized dissent."
  • "Perhaps the greatest contribution of establishmentarianism in American history was to set its seal on the civil rights movement."
  • "Given this, the Reason/vulgar libertarian types, despite their infuriating establishmentarianism, hardly seem like the worst."