OTHER WORDS FROM unionistun·ion·is·tic, adjectivepro·un·ion·ist, adjective, noun
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How to use unionist in a sentence
After another former general led Labor to defeat in 2003, the party selected trade unionist Amir Peretz before the 2006 elections.Generals Out, Journalists In As Center-Left Leaders|Geoffrey Levin|January 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Why should I see any value in disrespecting the unionist community?Former IRA Man Says he Would Welcome Cameras For QE2 Handshake Tomorrow|Tom Sykes|June 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His unionist opponents, however, are determined to force a simple, one-question referendum on Salmond: yes or no to independence?
State officers of the Unionist Virginia government were required to take an oath of allegiance to the federal government.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia|Dorothy M. Torpey
It's a fact that the Tory total figures out much larger than the Liberal Unionist.
However, the Unionist Government had decided on their policy, which they were determined to carry through.Is Ulster Right?|Anonymous
He was now in the comfortable position of a non-unionist in a union shed who had jumped into a sacked man's place.Over the Sliprails|Henry Lawson
For let any Unionist glance round the world outside the British Empire.Home Rule|Harold Spender
British Dictionary definitions for unionist (1 of 2)
Derived forms of unionistunionistic, adjective
British Dictionary definitions for unionist (2 of 2)
- (before 1920) a supporter of the union of all Ireland and Great Britain
- (since 1920) a supporter of union between Britain and Northern Ireland