Of, relating to, or having the nature of an idealist or idealism.(adjective)
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Use "idealistic" in a sentence
"I use the term idealistic in a relative way only, for in God's universe the degrees of material progress of His children are infinite in number."
"In the economic field we made mistakes, which we call idealistic mistakes."
"Stogsdill explained that megalocracy is extremely unstable and can only exist in idealistic conditions for a few minutes before collapsing into anarchy."