Definition of Neoconservative

1. Noun. A conservative who subscribes to neoconservatism.

Exact synonyms: Neocon
Generic synonyms: Conservative, Conservativist



Definition of Neoconservative

1. Noun. (American English) A supporter of neoconservatism. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Neoconservative

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neoconservative

neocolonial
neocolonialism
neocolonialisms
neocolonialist
neocolonialists
neocolony
neocomian
neocon
neoconceptual
neoconceptualism
neoconceptualist
neoconceptualists
neocons
neoconservatism
neoconservative (current term)
neoconservatives
neoconservativism
neocortex
neocortexes
neocortical
neocortically
neocortices
neocosmic
neocracy
neocystostomy
neodamode
neodecanoic
neodecanoic acid
neodymian

Literary usage of Neoconservative

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Latin America Today by Pablo González Casanova (1993)
"The previous statements break into Latin America as a global and generalized neoconservative strategy emerges, interrupting a long tradition of conservative ..."

2. Seven Days of the Scepter by J T Watz (2007)
"Feared and loathed at home, Israel's ambassador to the United States remained loyal to his neoconservative roots while carrying out the more centrist ..."

3. The Wayward Welfare State by Roger A. Freeman (1981)
"Michael Harrington, "The Welfare State and its neoconservative Critics," in The New Conservatives: A Critique from the Left, Lewis A. Coser and Irving Howe, ..."

4. U.S.-Japan Strategic Reciprocity: A Neo-Internationalist View by Edward A. Olsen (1985)
"... critics of what they consider Washington's excess overseas involvement, from Vietnam to El Salvador.14 Arguing from a neoconservative perspective, ..."

5. NATO in the Fifth Decade by Keith Dunn, Stephen Flanagan (1992)
"For example, Irving Kristol, the neoconservative publisher of The Public Interest, has accused Europeans of adopting a policy of "therapeutic appeasement" ..."

6. Financial Liberalization and the Internal Structure of Capital Markets in by Miguel Urrutia (1988)
"... foreign savings rose with respect to the pre-neoconservative period approximately the equivalent of 1 per cent of GNP in Uruguay, ..."

7. Off Course: Restoring Balance Between Canadian Society and the Environment by Duncan M. Taylor (1994)
"With this history, and given the rise of neoconservative thought during the 1980s in Canada and throughout the Western world, it is understandable that the ..."

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