Definition of dualist in English:

dualist

adjective & noun

  • See dualism

    • ‘They were dualists who believed that the human being consisted of ‘good’ and ‘bad’.’
    • ‘The inescapable nature of dualist language is also present in Richard's description of Lentz.’
    • ‘They were the members of Europe's first great dualist church, which flourished in Bulgaria and the Balkans from the 10th to the 15th century.’
    • ‘Cathars were dualists, believing in the co-existence of good (the soul) imprisoned within evil (the physical body).’
    • ‘In other words, it is hard to defend our punishment system if you are a dualist.’

Pronunciation

dualist

/ˈdjuːəlɪst/