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unitarist Line breaks: uni|tar¦ist
Pronunciation: /ˈjuːnɪt(ə)rɪst/

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Definition of unitarist in English:

noun

An advocate of a unitary system of government.
Example sentences
  • But the founders of the Turkish Republic aimed at a unitarist state and sought a cement for this unity.
  • This is a region where integrationists have more support than unitarists and disintegrationists.
  • It is this proposal that seems to have most annoyed the unitarists and pseudofederalists.

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