- of, relating to, or characteristic of Woodrow Wilson.
Origin of Wilsonian
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How he was hoping to do a grand Wilsonian realignment of great powers.Will the Tapes That Destroyed Nixon Help Rehabilitate His Image?
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And her speech was a textbook example of the strengths and weaknesses of the Wilsonian tradition.
Commentators often called Bush a Wilsonian because he talked about promoting democracy.
In Europe as a whole, however, the decisions were made on Wilsonian principles.The Problem of Foreign Policy
My young governess struck the note of the Wilsonian greeting.Paris Vistas
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The Wilsonian doctrine of service to the world, however, was not to their taste, partly because they did not like Wilson.
Moreover, in America broke forth a chorus of encouragement to the Allies to pay no attention to Wilsonian idealism.
Teutonic tradition and authority must be replaced by Jeffersonian, Mazzinian, Wilsonian liberty and justice.Idling in Italy