One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of the principles or policies of the former Yugoslav statesman Tito.‘he claimed to have fought against Titoist forces’
- ‘There is confusion about the old Titoist regime, which called itself socialist but actually ran a state-capitalist system.’
- ‘His novel was then banned on the grounds that it was "Titoist and Zionist".’
- ‘In Moscow the quickest way to discredit an opponent was to label him a "Titoist spy".’
- ‘Western countries have historically propped up Titoist Yugoslavia as a counterweight against the Soviet bloc.’
- ‘The Yugoslav party, excommunicated by Stalin, developed its own, Titoist version of reform Leninism.’
An advocate of the principles and policies of the former Yugoslav statesman Tito.‘a group of Titoists tried to seize power’
- ‘He reckons that tens of thousands of nostalgic veteran Titoists will travel to the island, stay in his hotel and make him rich.’
- ‘After the defection of Tito's Yugoslavia in 1948, potential 'Titoists' elsewhere were liquidated as a precaution.’
- ‘His film is amusing, but with his parody of the veteran Titoists, he has picked an easy target.’
- ‘A fierce Stalinist, he broke with his erstwhile comrade Tito, ordering the execution of all his opponents and those identified as 'Titoists' in 1948.’
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