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Definition of "left-wing" []

  • Supporting political reform to make society more egalitarian, secular, and/or democratic (adjective)

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Use "left-wing" in a sentence
  • "He said Paul's information was based on Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Government, which he called a "left-wing organization.""
  • "Referring to the economists' letter warning about his policy, the Chancellor said: You can always assemble a group of what the BBC themselves called left-wing academics to criticise what we are doing."
  • "LONDON—Clifford Odets 1906-63 was a Russian-Jewish American writer best known as a left-wing playwright, but most familiar to posterity for the screenplay of "Sweet Smell of Success.""