Definition of Republicrat in English:

Republicrat

Syllabification: Re·pub·li·crat
Pronunciation: /rəˈpəbləˌkrat
 
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noun

A person whose political philosophy is a blend of policies and principles from both the Republican and Democratic parties: Republicrats are blurring the differences between our two parties [as modifier]: Republicrat senators
More example sentences
  • He is what he says Americans are: practical-a stance that has caused the far left to call him a Republicrat and the far right to label him a Communist.
  • To punctuate his point, Mr. King boomed, ‘I am a Republicrat’ - which to his mind means that he will sing whatever tune is necessary to keep the ear of people with the power to help his community - and perhaps Don King.’

Origin

late 19th century: blend of Republican and Democrat.

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