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multiculturalist

Definitions

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  • adj. Pertaining to or advocating multiculturalism
  • n. An advocate of multiculturalism

Etymologies

multicultural +‎ -ist (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • He really could not be called a traditionalist or a "multiculturalist" (to borrow a term from today).

    A Combatant in the Battle of Ideas

  • How the borders of the BBC's anti-military, 'multiculturalist' Britain are 'defended' by Labour today:

    OPEN THREAD

  • A reminder of the Eurabian E.U. which the 'multiculturalist' BBC propagandises for:

    OPEN THREAD

  • With its 'multiculturalist' approach to history, the BBC has no principled objections to Iran's military and propaganda support for Hamas, Hezbollah and the imposition of Sharia law.

    A QUESTION OF PRIORITY

  • This was back before we went all squishy and "multiculturalist," when "tolerence" did not precluding asking what was to be tolerated, and when it was functionally distinguishable from acquiescence to femicide.

    No more automatic loss of child custody for a divorced woman who remarries.

  • One-worldism is often a convenient cover for ignorance: You'd be hard-pressed to find a self-proclaimed "multiculturalist" who can tell you the capital of Lesotho or the principal exports of Bhutan.

    The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines

  • One-worldism is often a convenient cover for ignorance: You'd be hard pressed to find a self-proclaimed "multiculturalist" who can tell you the capital of Lesotho or the principal exports of Bhutan.

    BrothersJudd Blog

  • The authors overlook that RWE was one of the most learned and cosmopolitan Americans of his time and a "multiculturalist" one at that.

    Wired Campus

  • By contrast, large-scale illegal immigration and 'multiculturalist' accomodations are signs of weakness, not of strength.

    The Brussels Journal - The Voice of Conservatism in Europe

  • Mr. Fatah would seem to be a genuine "multiculturalist": That's to say, he's attuned to often very subtle "diversities" between cultures.

    The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines

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