Definitions

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  • n. A person who holds views associated with the political left.
  • adj. Of or pertaining to the political left.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. same as left-wing.
  • n. a person who belongs to the political left.

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

  • adj. believing in or supporting tenets of the political left
  • n. a person who belongs to the political left

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Examples

  • [JT Davis]: You don't even know what a leftist is anymore ...

    Balkinization

  • Horowitz has long opposed what he calls the leftist orthodoxy that rules American higher education, calling out professors who, he says, attempt to indoctrinate rather than inform.

    Chris Nelson: Horowitz Defends Coulter's Jewish Remark: It's All Donnie Deutsch's Fault

  • Mr. Lugo becomes the latest in a series of Latin American leftist leaders.

    Today's WSJ in Photos: April 21, 2008

  • But Mr. Ch├ívez is not just another Latin American leftist on the Castro model.

    Hugo Chávez's Jewish Problem

  • LEFTIST ECON PLANS: The main Czech leftist party which leads opinion polls ahead of election in May plans to hike taxes to plug budget holes while no welfare cuts are needed, it said in a economic programme revealed on Thursday.

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • Chavez has boosted pro-government broadcasting in recent years by creating several state-funded television networks including the Telesur channel, meant to be a Latin American leftist counterpart to CNN.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • If the left derides Tea Party attendees as "teabaggers", can we label the leftist politicians "scumbaggers"?

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • Victory for the left would join a growing tide of Latin American leftist governments and would overturn 20 years of domination by ARENA.

    Raw Story

  • Mr Turnbull used his speech to draw a sharp ideological difference from the Labor Party, which he accused of going back to its socialist roots, calling Mr Rudd a "genteel" version of the Latin American leftist leaders Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro.

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  • With his recent announcement of a lifting of the restrictions on travel to Cuba and the sending of remittances to the island, Obama has opened a new diplomatic front, and he will need a partner to shield him from pressure which will now come from the Latin American leftist regimes grouped under Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's Bolivarian flag.

    The Daily Star > News Feed

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