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- adj. reactionary
- n. reactionary
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A reactionary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A favorer of reaction; an advocate of old methods or principles; a reactionary.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. extremely conservative
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Barb: Palestinian Muslims Knee-jerk reactionist, over-generalizing know-nothings want all of Israel the Internet to befree of Jews contextual logic.
Now, I'm not saying that wow is the devil or anything knee-jerkingly reactionist like that (although I * do* have some serious issues with some elements of it: the grind, only having one somewhat flawed model of guild leadership, etc, etc).
He, as one of the few politicians in Wales, creates ideas and story's and doesn't mearly give reactionist views.
What I describe as capitalism/socialism could only produce a land of milk and honey, where all men live in harmony, and anyone who says otherwise is a filthy reactionist/revisionist traitor.
Now, we do have a bigger problem thanks to the radical reactionist neo-cons and their planned calsh of civilizations.
Hopefully one that doesn't sound as knee-jerk reactionist as what you've been posting.
We make money on reactionist fears, like yours, not from real ‘news’.
But he's also a reactionist, in that he'll say things just to get a reaction, good or bad.
Yet he has abandoned the policy of the late king by appointing a reactionist ministry.
In the main, therefore, these speeches, with all their fresh brilliancy of colouring and treatment, hold up the good old banner of social progress, which we erect against reactionist and revolutionist alike.