Definition of equalitarian in English:

equalitarian

Syllabification: e·qual·i·tar·i·an
Pronunciation: /iˌkwäliˈterēən
 
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noun

another term for egalitarian.
More example sentences
  • Those who believe in nurturing, finding fitting consequences for behavior, and disciplining through mutual respect believe in an equalitarian type of family values system.
  • At least, that's what I expected, when she claimed on opening night to be an equalitarian.
  • Although not perfect, it is a thousand times more fraternal, equalitarian and human than any other project that others want to impose on us.

Derivatives

equalitarianism

Pronunciation: /-ˌnizəm/
noun
More example sentences
  • What primarily entrenched a culture of incompetence was a combination of nationalism and equalitarianism.
  • Nor is it simply the decline of deference to elite rule and the rise of individualism, majoritarianism, and equalitarianism.
  • After all, the ferocious equalitarianism of the old public sector would never have let people be paid more simply because they were pakeha.

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