Definition of ultraconservatism in US English:

ultraconservatism

noun

  • See ultraconservative

    • ‘It revealed negative views of the elderly such as sexual dysfunction and ultraconservatism.’
    • ‘I have been told more than once, usually by bemused colleagues in Chinese art, that Japanese art history is a bastion of ultraconservatism.’
    • ‘This movement presents itself as radical - indeed as the most radical thing going - but it is really an insidious form of paralyzing liberalism which translates into ultraconservatism in action.’
    • ‘This combines ultraconservatism with lavish expense and a gadget fetish.’
    • ‘Too much nationalism, ultraconservatism, and blindly following one man is opening the door to a dictatorship.’

Pronunciation

ultraconservatism

/-vəˌtizəm/