Definition of socialistic in US English:

socialistic

adjective

  • See socialist

    • ‘Even though Roosevelt never embraced socialism, aspects of the New Deal were clearly socialistic, as Peter Temin has noted.’
    • ‘Initially, there existed not only Catholic, but also strong secular and socialistic tendencies in the Solidarity movement.’
    • ‘‘She believes in her country and the socialistic way of life,’ says Dalton of the woman he married in June.’
    • ‘Academic economists - even some of those who call themselves ‘free market’ economists - have provided plenty of intellectual support for socialistic tax policies.’
    • ‘We are living in an age in which all governments, regardless of the system of political and economic organization, whether interventionistic, socialistic, democratic or dictatorial, are occupying an economic command post.’

Pronunciation

socialistic

/ˌsōSHəˈlistik//ˌsoʊʃəˈlɪstɪk/