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individualistic

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. More interested in individual people than in society as a whole
  • adj. Interested in oneself rather than others; egocentric

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Of or pertaining to the individual or individualism.
  • adj. exhibiting marked individuality{3} in thought and action.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to individualism or to individualists.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. marked by or expressing individuality
  • adj. with minimally restricted freedom in commerce

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Examples

  • First Impression: Julius is described as an individualistic, jovial, conceited rich boy who loves a glass of wine—or three.

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  • At least traces of successful coöperation are found even in individualistic America.

    Twenty Years at Hull-House, With Autobiographical Notes

  • One method open to us is what may be called the individualistic test.

    The Scientific Monthly, October-December 1915

  • To go beyond in one's rejection the anarchism of the social communist into what is called individualistic anarchism is mere egotistic madness and has as its only value the possible poetry of a unified personal expression.

    An Anarchist Woman

  • The common voter, the small individualist has less constructive imagination -- is more individualistic, that is, than the big individualist.

    An Englishman Looks at the World

  • Feudalism into the earlier form of Capitalism; and the equally great change from what might be called the individualistic capitalism which displaced Feudalism, to the system of Co-operative Capitalism and Wage

    The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists

  • On the other hand, such a church as the Protestant may be called individualistic because it makes the individual the channel of revelation.

    Unitarianism in America

  • She introduces the development of ideological and religious beliefs that link universal, cosmic authority to the individual in ways that may be referred to as individualistic and illustrates how these evolved alongside and potentially helped contribute to larger sociopolitical changes of the time, such as the centralization of political authority and the growth in the social mobility of the educated elite class.

    News from University of Hawai‘i Press

  • In societies that are similar to mine, the American model is looked down upon as "harsh capitalistic," "individualistic" and above all "alienated," as American parents are not perceived to provide enough financial and emotional support for their children.

    Tijana Milosevic: A European Take On The Anomaly Of American Workaholism

  • In societies that are similar to mine, the American model is looked down upon as "harsh capitalistic,""individualistic" and above all "alienated," as American parents are not perceived to provide enough financial and emotional support for their children.

    Tijana Milosevic: A European Take On The Anomaly Of American Workaholism

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