Definition of Egalitarian

1. Noun. A person who believes in the equality of all people.

Exact synonyms: Equalitarian
Generic synonyms: Moralist
Antonyms: Elitist



2. Adjective. Favoring social equality. "A classless society"
Exact synonyms: Classless
Similar to: Democratic
Derivative terms: Egality

Definition of Egalitarian

1. Adjective. Characterized by social equality and equal rights for all people. ¹

2. Noun. A person who accepts or promotes social equality and equal rights for all people. ¹

3. Adjective. (alternative spelling of egalitarian) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Egalitarian

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Literary usage of Egalitarian

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1. The Unexpurgated Case Against Woman Suffrage by Almroth Wright (1913)
"ARGUMENTS FROM ELEMENTARY NATURAL RIGHTS Signification of the Term "Woman's Rights"—Argument from "Justice"—Juridical Justice—"egalitarian Equity"—Argument ..."

2. After Social Democracy: Politics, Capitalism and the Common Life by John Gray (1996)
"Neoliberal policy shares with egalitarian social democracy a fixation on such ... I have argued elsewhere that neither libertarian nor egalitarian ..."

3. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"The declared objective of India's economic policy has also been the establishment of an egalitarian society, and the successive ..."

4. Ferdinand Lassalle as a Social Reformer by Eduard Bernstein (1893)
"... Marx says—"All the egalitarian conclusions which Mr. Proudhon draws from Ricardo's theory are based upon a fundamental error, for he confuses the value ..."

5. The House of Commons and Monarchy by Hilaire Belloc (1922)
"Remember that there are two great divisions in the communities of men—the egalitarian and the Aristocratic : States where men feel equal, and States where ..."

6. The Societal Aspects of Decision Making in Complex Radiological Situations by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Nuclear Energy Agency (1998)
"For example. the correlations between the egalitarian subscale and technology concerns were -0.22, -0.l0, -0.0l and 0.02, a not very impressive set of ..."

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