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reversionist

[ ri-vuhr-zhuh-nist, -shuh- ]
/ rɪˈvʌr ʒə nɪst, -ʃə- /
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noun
a person who advocates reverting to the conditions, customs, ideals, etc., of an earlier era.
adjective
of, relating to, or characteristic of a reversionist.
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OTHER WORDS FROM reversionist

re·ver·sion·ism, noun
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