- pertaining or adhering to the doctrine of equality among all people; egalitarian.
- a person who adheres to the doctrine of equality among all people.
Origin of equalitarian
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Examples from the Web for equalitarian
But the equalitarian formulæ of the Revolution carried it into a criticism of the very property it had risen to protect.A Short History of the World
H. G. Wells
But on the other hand, these equalitarian plainnesses leave an open field for the insolence of Jack-in-office.Across the Plains
Robert Louis Stevenson
The present position is one of unresolved discord between the economic and the equalitarian schools.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
But its equalitarian formul carried it into a criticism of the very property it had risen to protect.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind
Herbert George Wells
Even more—love is the only pleasure which truly has a universal and equalitarian character.
- a less common word for egalitarian
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Word Origin and History for equalitarian
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