One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of the principles and policies of the Spanish dictator General Franco.‘victims of Francoist repression’
- ‘Even during the recent economic crisis, with millions of Spaniards searching for work, there was no sign of revival in Francoist sentiment.’
- ‘Other streets named after Francoist generals were also changed.’
- ‘It would be wrong and absurd to say that the Spanish right is Francoist.’
- ‘Then in 1936 came the civil war and Eduardo, not yet seventeen, volunteered on the Francoist side.’
- ‘They contributed to the expansion of civil society under the late Francoist regime, thus helping to prepare the ground for the formal political transition.’
An advocate of the principles and policies of the Spanish dictator General Franco.‘he was a fervent Francoist’
- ‘"I am a Francoist, I adore the memory of General Franco."’
- ‘The Francoists took control of Spain through a comprehensive and methodical war of attrition.’
- ‘For all his enthusiasm, Alonso admits that there are few genuine Francoists in Spain today.’
- ‘But to paint him as a card-carrying Francoist is wrong, stresses Carreno.’
- ‘He defied the hopes of the Francoists for an extension of autocratic rule.’
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