Main definitions of traditionalistic in English

: traditionalistic1traditionalistic2

traditionalistic1

adjective

  • See traditionalist

    • ‘This seems enough surprising in relation to a traditionalistic culture like the one of the Catalan Renaixença.’
    • ‘The suburbanization of parts of the old South has challenged the traditionalistic subculture with a spreading of power over a broader demographic spectrum’
    • ‘Moralistic states have a higher percentage of women serving in their state legislatures than both individualistic and traditionalistic states.’
    • ‘The traditionalistic paradigm implicates loyalty towards the traditional practices of political action, as opposed to new radicalism and the intentional breaking of the old paradigms.’
    • ‘What are the major features of the individualistic, traditionalistic, and moralistic political cultures?’
    • ‘The chief goal of the traditionalistic political culture is the maintenance of the status quo, with political power concentrated in the hands of established elites.’

Pronunciation

traditionalistic

/trədɪʃ(ə)n(ə)ˈlɪstɪk/

Main definitions of traditionalistic in English

: traditionalistic1traditionalistic2

traditionalistic2

adjective

  • See traditionalist

    • ‘Her father was genial, well-meaning and only mildly traditionalistic.’
    • ‘The traditionalistic political culture looks to the past, of strong social and family bonds.’
    • ‘They were always a very traditionalistic motorcycle company, staying true to their roots and sticking to a formula.’

Pronunciation

traditionalistic

/trədɪʃ(ə)n(ə)ˈlɪstɪk/