from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Conservative to an extreme, especially in political beliefs; reactionary.
- n. One who is extremely conservative.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. conservative to an extreme
- n. A person or group with extremely conservative views.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Conservative in the extreme.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an extreme conservative; an opponent of progress or liberalism
- adj. extremely conservative
Only a hardcore psycopathic liberal would call call McCain ultraconservative.
Occasionally you will find people today who proudly identify as ultraconservative or ultraliberal, but there's no question that those terms were originally intended as insults.
Fort Smith you could almost characterize as ultraconservative, I didn't believe I could carry Fort Smith under any circumstances at any time [unclear].
On Monday, the Interior Ministry identified the gangs as "armed Salafi groups," referring to an ultraconservative form of Islam that has its roots in Saudi Arabia and can be found all over the region.
To avoid mixing fact and speculation, earth scientists are, Laughlin says, "ultraconservative," meaning they focus on the present and the immediate future: "[They] go to extraordinary lengths to prove by means of measurement that the globe is warming now, the ocean is acidifying now, fossil fuel is being exhausted now, and so forth, even though these things are self-evident in geologic time."
If Jim Ryun is called an "ultraconservative" and has LQs of 5 and 0, why don't you consider Hoyer an ultraliberal?
To the disappointment of his "ultraconservative" dad, Saelens changed his major from construction management to political science and became an Organizing for America leader at the U.
The Times has called the John Birch Society "ultraconservative" 15 times since October 1980, according to a Nexis search.
Budde fears the same political line of thought may be carried on if "ultraconservative" Abbot wins
She also removed a reference to Sarah Palin's pro-life views as "ultraconservative" and changed it to "conservative."