[ an-tee-soh-shuh-list, an-tahy- ]
/ ˌæn tiˈsoʊ ʃə lɪst, ˌæn taɪ- /
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a person who opposes socialism.
Also an·ti·so·cial·is·tic. opposing socialism, made up of antisocialists, etc.: Antisocialist forces marched on the capital.
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How to use antisocialist in a sentence
The provisional government having resigned, the republican and anti-socialist majority on the 9th The Executive Commission.
The anti-socialist law was intended to cut off every legal and peaceable means of advancing the socialist cause.
When the anti-socialist law was put into effect, the party polled under 450,000 votes.
Once Todd stalked along and embarrassed her by being indignant over an anti-socialist orator in Madison Square.The Job|Sinclair Lewis
The boards of education in the different cities should see to it that anti-Socialist instruction be given to the children.The Red Conspiracy|Joseph J. Mereto