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- n. One given to fanciful ideas or theories.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One given to fanciful ideas or theories; a theorist; a spectator.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See ideologue.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who theorizes (especially in science or art)
Coomarasamy is again peddling the Webb-line that whenever Obama flip-flops he is being a "pragmatist" and not an "idealogue" - unlike George Bush.
The problem with not being an idealogue, that is, not saying it is positively black or white, is that such honesty brings on problems of what shade of gray it should be.
And while I'm at it, what, exactly is an "idealogue"?
Theoretically there is much to be said for this view: but, in practice, it involves another idealism as aerial as that of any "idealogue" on the side of Liberty.
Better a "idealogue" than Government owned and / or managed industries.
Gramm is an example of the kind of idealogue that should be repudiated and humiliated publicly … the man should never work in public policy or lobbying again.
Four and the Door, you're a blind idealogue and a fool.
To attack someone that is a “centrist” that even liberals complain about as an “idealogue”?
One unqualified idealogue in the upper ranks of Justice is enough.
She has everything going for her: female, Chicago connections, far left idealogue.
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