Gaullist

[goh-list, gaw-]
noun
  1. a supporter of the political principles of Charles Charles de Gaulle.
  2. a French person who supported the French resistance movement against the Nazi occupation in World War II.

Origin of Gaullist

From the French word Gaullistes, dating back to 1940–45. See (Charles de) Gaulle, -ist
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Examples from the Web for gaullist

Contemporary Examples of gaullist

  • France, in particular, clung to the Gaullist illusion of its singularity and remained aloof to close trans-Atlantic ties.

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    June 12, 2009


British Dictionary definitions for gaullist

Gaullist

noun
  1. a supporter of Gaullism
adjective
  1. of, characteristic of, supporting, or relating to Gaullism
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