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antinational

Syllabification: an·ti·na·tion·al
Pronunciation: /ˌantēˈnaSHənl, ˌantī-
 
/

Definition of antinational in English:

adjective

Opposed to national interests or nationalism: an antinational party
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  • The Insurance Bill, the Patent Amendment Bill, free trade in agriculture, free investment in the anti-social sectors of tobacco and liquor have been some of the landmark anti-national decisions our nationalist party has made.
  • It would not be wise to castigate a collectivity as anti-national or identify them as national (read patriotic) by merely judging their endorsement of the symbolic ‘national’ principles.
  • With elections round the corner, staunch nationalists might want to know if such anti-national matters are important.

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