Related formsre·form·ism, nounan·ti·re·form·ist, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for reformist
Then, in late 1991, the dreams of reformist socialism crashed with the end of the Soviet Union.Meet Stephen F. Cohen, Vladimir Putin's Best Friend in the American Media|Cathy Young|March 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This week, Francis called his group of eight reformist cardinals to the Holy See for their inaugural summit on reform.
The first was reformist president Mohammad Khatami, elected in 1997.
But the visit seems to be the latest in a series of moves aimed at stressing his reformist credentials.Chinese Leader Xi Jinping's Symbolic Economic Tour|Duncan Hewitt|December 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But this reformist contingent is short on active-duty officers willing to step forward.In Egypt, Security Agencies Still Major Barriers to Change|Ashraf Khalil|May 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Such is the language of reform, and the spirit of a reformist!Calamities and Quarrels of Authors|Isaac Disraeli
The "reformist" Socialists lay much stress upon their loyalty to existing labor unions.
A recent discussion between Kautsky and the reformist leader, Maurenbrecher, brought out some of these points very sharply.
Jaurès referred to the British unionists as an example of the success of reformist tactics.
Kautsky's toleration of reform activities thus has an opposite origin to that of the "reformist" Socialists.