Origin of communitarian
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Examples from the Web for communitarian
Meanwhile, CrossFit has taken the relatively solitary world of weightlifting and calisthenics and spun a communitarian dreamland.Is American Christianity Becoming a Workout Cult?
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"He is a communitarian," said former Obama adviser Van Jones in an interview with Breitbart News.
It should be no surprise that the unionless, privacy-skittish social network is itself a communitarian totem.
- a member of a communist community
- an advocate of communalism
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Word Origin and History for communitarian
1841, "member of a commune," from community + ending from utilitarian, etc. The adjective is attested from 1909.
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