Definition of liberalist in English:

liberalist

noun

  • See liberalism

    • ‘The workers themselves faced a double struggle: against the conservatives, who were concentrated around the land-owning nobilitv; and against the liberalists, who were concentrated around industrialists and businessmen.’
    • ‘Of the liberalists, some were desirous of retaining the old form of government, the rest wanted a new dynasty, and new institutions.’
    • ‘I am not a liberalist who says anything goes.’
    • ‘The Party does not represent a liberalist agenda at all.’
    • ‘Feminism has been portrayed in primarily liberalist and cultural terms.’
    • ‘His company republishes the works of classical 19th century French liberalist economists.’
    • ‘This would only hide the present lack of insight and ideas among the Australian progressivist and liberalist middle class.’