from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining to unionism or unionists; relating to or promoting union.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of or pertaining to union or unionists; tending to promote or preserve union.
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- adjective Of or pertaining to
unionor unionists; tending to promoteor preserveunion.
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Norway, in the indisputably unionistic Stadtholder question in 1860 maintained that Sweden was not warranted in interfering when revisions or changes were made in the Norwegian Constitution.
Owing to the very indistinct and confused wording in the legal documents of the Act of Union the Swedish and Norwegian conceptions of the Union itself have finally become so antagonistic to each other, that the unionistic transactions have, in an excessive degree, taken the character of a continual judicial process, and the real questions have been more or less ignored [2: 2].
But their unionistic dreams cannot be realized without loss to the pure doctrine of the Cross.
Trade-unionistic tactics of to-day unfortunately still travel the path marked out for Labor by the powers that be, while the majority of the labor leaders waste the time paid for by their organizations in listening to or discussing with capitalists sweet nothings in the form of arbitration or reconciliation, and are apparently unaware of the fundamental difference between the body they represent and the powers they bow to.
The first trade-unionistic attempts have met with the same ferocious persecution that Anarchism is being met with to-day.
Just as little as the workingmen can expect from legislative methods can they gain from trade-unionistic efforts that attempt to better economic conditions along the basic lines of the present industrial system.
In brief, Muhlenberg's attitude toward the Reformed and other sects was of a nature which cannot be justified as Lutheran nor construed as non-unionistic in character.
Besides, in reality these seminaries were not Lutheran, but unionistic and, in a degree, Reformed schools.
The Lutheran loyalty and determination of the Henkels over against the unionistic and
S.S. S.hmucker's ambition was to transmogrify the Lutheran Church into an essentially unionistic Reformed body.