Definition of Operationists

1. operationist [n] - See also: operationist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Operationists

operationalists
operationalities
operationality
operationalizability
operationalizable
operationalization
operationalizations
operationalize
operationalized
operationalizes
operationalizing
operationally
operationism
operationisms
operationist
operationists (current term)
operations
operations research
operative
operative dentistry
operative field
operative myxoedema
operatively
operativeness
operativenesses
operatives
operator
operator gene
operator region
operatorial

Literary usage of Operationists

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1. The Cradle of the Confederacy: Or, The Times of Troup, Quitman, and Yancey by Joseph Hodgson (1876)
"... Secession— The People Taught that Secession will be Peaceable— Co-operationists and Secessionists — The Crittenden Compromise—Its Rejection and Defeat. ..."

2. The Life and Times of William Lowndes Yancey: A History of Political Parties by John Witherspoon Du Bose (1892)
"He resolved to draw the line, wide, between Secessionists and Co-operationists, at the outset, well convinced that a vigorous pursuit of this policy would ..."

3. Pictorial History of the Civil War in the United States of America by Benson John Lossing (1866)
"The Co-operationists, swayed by reason rather than by passion, ... It was found that only about one-third of the members were " Co-operationists. ..."

4. The Achievements of Four Centuries: Or, The Wonderful Story of Our Great by Benson John Lossing, George Jotham Hagar, John Elliot Read, Alfred Hudson Guernsey (1890)
"The Co-operationists," governed by reason rather than by passion, ... One of their poets put into the mouths of the " Co-operationists " these words of ..."

5. Transactions of the Alabama Historical Society by Alabama Historical Society (1904)
"The strength of the two parties as computed by the Confederation** was Co-operationists, ..53 delegates. .33000 popular votes. ..."

6. Contemporary Socialism by John Rae (1901)
"The co-operationists, believing that the amelioration of the working class would only ... The co-operationists formed themselves into a body known as the ..."

7. Reminiscences of Public Men: With Speeches and Addresses by Benjamin Franklin Perry (1889)
"It is likely the Co-operationists will have a caucus this evening. ... The Co-operationists are for adjourning without doing anything. ..."

8. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"These Co-operationists were led by William R. Smith. When the State seceded, Governor Moore ordered the seizure of Forts Morgan and. ..."

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