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anti-establishment

Line breaks: anti-establish¦ment
Pronunciation: /antɪɪˈstablɪʃm(ə)nt
 
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Definition of anti-establishment in English:

adjective

Against the establishment or established authority: they are anti-establishment and eccentric, with a wilful disregard for convention
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  • It's one between establishment and anti-establishment factions.
  • But I am surprised, I must admit, that a lot of anti-establishment types seemingly want to join the establishment.
  • Just at the point when it can start to claim establishment credentials, it faces an anti-establishment mood among the electorate.

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