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  • adjective Not socialistic; contrary to the tenets of socialism.


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un- +‎ socialistic


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  • "By the way," Plekoskaya continued with a smile, "you might be interested to know that when I reach Moscow I am supposed to relieve you of command of the 71st and place you under arrest for unsocialistic activities."

    I Was a Teen-Age Secret Weapon Richard Sabia 1963

  • Your executive committee is compelled to take unusual and vigorous measures to combat the disruptive efforts of an internal faction which seeks to dominate the party by undemocratic and unsocialistic methods.

    The Red Conspiracy Joseph J. Mereto

  • We observe, too, in the conduct of the diamond-workers in Holland and in Belgium the same unsocialistic, unproletarian, and particularist tendencies.

    Political Parties; a Sociological Study of the Oligarchical Tendencies of Modern Democracy 1916

  • 'But it's such a very useless, unsocialistic trade,' Ernest answered doubtfully.

    Philistia Grant Allen 1873

  • It is noteworthy that the Convention of 1908 had previously voted down this proposition to make occupancy and use the sole title to land, after the proposition had been denounced as being anarchistic, unsocialistic, nonsensical, foolish, and a dream ( "Proceedings of 1908 National

    The Red Conspiracy Joseph J. Mereto


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