noun (plural neo-Nazis)
- 1A member of an organization similar to the German Nazi Party.More example sentences
- The label ‘terrorist’ has rarely stuck to German neo-Nazis.
- Last year, the German government had sought to ban the ultra-rightist party, which maintains close relations with militant neo-Nazis.
- Not surprisingly, a lot of German neo-Nazis skirt their own laws by publishing their rubbish abroad, especially in the USA where it's perfectly legal.
- 1.1A person of extreme racist or nationalist views.More example sentences
- We broke up, and he transformed into a neo-Nazi, spouting their racist rhetoric.
- Some of these populist movements originated on the extreme right or contain neo-Nazis and fascists.
- Apparently this is a code used by neo-Nazis to refer to Hitler (the eighth letter of the alphabet is H, thus 88 is HH, standing for Heil Hitler), and Jewish groups in Italy are up in arms.
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- Relating to neo-Nazis or neo-Nazism.More example sentences
- The third started in the late 1980s and has involved the DVU and various groups of militant neo-Nazi activists.
- Many have internalized a toxic mix of elements drawn from Medieval European anti-Semitic iconography and neo-Nazi conspiracy theory.
- Official policies were not only an important cause of neo-Nazi violence; it also ignored it, played it down and encouraged it for a long time.
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- It's like neo-Nazism, very dangerous and raises a lot of questions about democratic rights.
- Their racism and neo-Nazism makes them unfit for office.
- Last night, we sent them a message that the community is prepared to unite against racism, bigotry and neo-Nazism.
More definitions of neo-NaziDefinition of neo-Nazi in:
- The US English dictionary