Definitions

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  • adjective of, related to, or advocating Maoism
  • noun one who advocates Maoism

Etymologies

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Mao +‎ -ist

Examples

  • Even after independence, tribal people were at the heart of the first uprising that could be described as Maoist, in Naxalbari village in West Bengal (where the word Naxalite - now used interchangeably with "Maoist" - originates).

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • Even after independence, tribal people were at the heart of the first uprising that could be described as Maoist, in Naxalbari village in West Bengal (where the word Naxalite - now used interchangeably with "Maoist" - originates).

    Culture | guardian.co.uk

  • The true Maoist is a foreign billionaire who owns Fox and hires complete morons like Beck and Hannity to spread his lies in the hopes of ruining America.

    Dunn leaving White House

  • Buchanan said, "The conservatives need to, in Maoist terms, go back to Yenan."

    The Fall Of Conservatism? - Real Clear Politics – TIME.com

  • Even if one types the word Maoist in any search engine, the results display a number of blogspots and user group addresses.

    Blogspots betray proof of Naxal ambitions

  • This interview mentions the "party's tag" - by which they mean the word Maoist, that has always been part of the name of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist).

    Kasama

  • In fact, the state we're in, Bihar, is part of a huge sweep of impoverished rural India where so-called Maoist guerrillas are waging a war against the state.

    On A Hard Road, Young Indians Seek A Better Life

  • They used to call Maoist insurgency sometimes pure ‘terrorism’ and sometimes ‘political issue’.

    Nepal Poll Results: Naturalness Vs Surprise

  • Indian Government is contemplating to raise a Special Force of 10 battalions to tackle red militancy that has spread across 13 states, where the militants (known as Maoist or Naxalites) often attack Railways, Power Transmission Lines, Telecommunication Towers and other infrastructures, successfully.

    Government to Raise Special Force to Fight Communist Militants

  • Hundreds of journalists were disappeared or killed in the so-called Maoist War.

    Obstructing freedom of the press In Nepal

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