- n. Plural form of survivalist.
“They often don't (and I would know, I come from a family of gun-totin 'survivalists).”
“Mr. CHERRYHOLMES: We're sort of what you would call survivalists in life.”
“Admit it: There's something irresistible about "preppers," the people who used to be known as "survivalists.”
“Court for deletion of some of the court's critical remarks against her during her probe food, so-called survivalists are learning how to live without the trappings that modern society currently provides.”
“Maybe it's because the only kind of reality shows we embrace are the ones where so-called survivalists try to make it in a”
“They remind me of the "survivalists" in my home town.”
“In 1998 three heavily armed "survivalists" came out of the Four Corners canyons in a stolen truck.”
“A lot of these 'survivalists' and stuff are constitutionalists," Theriault said.”
“You can classify these people as 'survivalists' because they have made changes in their living that promote the very term.”
“The "survivalists" movement ... as well as the rise of the Christian Right with their "End Times" talk (dating back to Hal Lindsey's "Late Great Planet Earth").”
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