a person devoted to .
(initial capital letter) a member of a political group advocating or fighting for independence, a strong government, etc.
Also, nationalistic. of, relating to, or promoting :
the beginnings of a nationalist movement.
(initial capital letter) of, relating to, or noting a political group advocating or fighting for independence, a strong government, etc.
And any Israeli who is committed to Palestinian statehood alongside Israel is also, therefore, a “Palestinian nationalist.”
Still Not a Zionist Hussein Ibish April 10, 2012
He proudly calls himself not just a nationalist but a Hindu nationalist.
Should Hindu Nationalist Narendra Modi Be Allowed a U.S. Visa? Shikha Dalmia July 30, 2013
Turning to the Palestinians, Obama should echo his Cairo speech embracing their nationalist cause as well.
What Obama Should Say In Jerusalem Gil Troy March 17, 2013
Non-college whites are the most alienated and pessimistic group in the electorate and also the most nationalist.
Defend Capitalism? David Frum July 17, 2012
Paper flags of countries that have fought for freedom hang on strings from the ceiling like nationalist Christmas lights.
Scotland’s ‘Yes’ Campaign and the Myth of Scottish Equality Noah Caldwell September 17, 2014
But Marshall was as hot a nationalist as Washington himself.
The Life of John Marshall (Volume 1 of 4) Albert J. Beveridge
Even in America the voice of the nationalist is a part of the old and the unclean.
Child and Country Will Levington Comfort
He felt as if he had asked a nationalist meeting to join him in drinking confusion to the Pope.
H.M.S. —- Klaxon
This was precisely what the Afrikander nationalist desired to do.
Lord Milner’s Work in South Africa W. Basil Worsfold
The nationalist movement neared its most drastic ordeal in 1936.
Government in Republican China Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger
“one devoted to his nation,” 1715, from national in a now obsolete sense of “patriotic” (1711) + -ist. Related: Nationalistic; nationalistically.
to bring under the ownership or control of a , as industries and land: a movement to nationalize the oil industry. to make into a . to naturalize. to make in extent or scope: a magazine article that nationalized a local problem. to become nationalized or naturalized: Those who remain in the country must nationalize. […]
of, relating to, or maintained by a as an organized whole or independent political unit: national affairs. owned, preserved, or maintained by the federal government: a national wildlife refuge. peculiar or common to the whole people of a country: national customs. devoted to one’s own , its interests, etc.; patriotic: to stir up national pride. […]
Literature. a manner or technique of treating subject matter that presents, through volume of detail, a deterministic view of human life and actions. a deterministic theory of writing in which it is held that a writer should adopt an objective view toward the material written about, be free of preconceived ideas as to form and […]
existing in or formed by nature (opposed to ): a natural bridge. based on the state of things in nature; constituted by nature: Growth is a natural process. of or relating to nature or the universe: natural beauty. of, relating to, or occupied with the study of natural science: conducting natural experiments. in a state […]