Definition of "prohibitionist" [pro•hi•bi•tion•ist]
One in favor of outlawing the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages.(noun)
A member or supporter of the Prohibition Party.(noun)
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Use "prohibitionist" in a sentence
"Fredoso seems more intellectually honest than your average prohibitionist, which is not a very high bar."
"When are the news agencies going to start calling the prohibitionist on their bull crap?"
"Yes, I'm a "prohibitionist" because I don't think that we should laugh and excuse someone who's driving drunk until they kill someone."