Definition of Centralistic

1. Adjective. Advocating centralization.

Exact synonyms: Centralist
Partainyms: Centralization, Centralization



Definition of Centralistic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Centralistic

centralis
centralisation
centralisations
centralise
centralised
centralised hospital services
centralised sewage treatment
centraliser
centralisers
centralises
centralising
centralising(a)
centralism
centralisms
centralist
centralistic (current term)
centralists
centralities
centrality
centralization
centralizations
centralize
centralized
centralizer
centralizers
centralizes
centralizing
centralizing(a)
centrally
centralness

Literary usage of Centralistic

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1. Notes on the Science of Government and the Relations of the States to the by Raleigh C. Minor (1913)
"(II) The Nationalistic or centralistic School, and Its Doctrines. In opposition to the theories advocated by the States Rights school of statesmen ..."

2. Memoirs of Friedrich Ferdinand, Count Von Beust by Friedrich Ferdinand Beust (1887)
"He declined, saying that his centralistic views were incompatible with Dualism. I did not doubt the sincerity of this declaration, although I could have ..."

3. Russia, Her Strength and Her Weakness: A Study of the Present Conditions of by Wolf von Schierbrand (1904)
"Many of them add that this necessarily means centralistic as well. In Western countries opinion seems to be very divided on this score. ..."

4. Racial Factors in Democracy by Philip Ainsworth Means (1919)
"Again, the Moorish conquest of the southern half of Spain suggests the centralistic type of colonization also. Anthropologically speaking it was ..."

5. Turkey: A Past and a Future by Arnold Joseph Toynbee (1917)
"Public policy was determined by two main considerations: (i) The centralistic idea, which claimed for the Turkish race not merely preponderant but exclusive ..."

6. Russia of To-day: From the German of Baron E. Von Der Brüggen by E[rnst] freiherr von der Brüggen, M. Sandwith (1904)
"If it be proved that the centralistic form of autocracy only facilitates governments, but not good governments, ..."

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