exclusionist definition

  • noun:
    • One that advocates the exclusion of some other or other individuals, as from having or working out the right or privilege.
    • A person who advocates the exclusion of somebody or something
    • one that would exclude another from some right or privilege; esp., among the anti-popish politicians of times of Charles II.
    • person who would practise exclusion; particularly, in English record, certainly one of an event of political leaders in the time of Charles II. favorable to a bill to exclude their popish heirs from throne.
    • one which advocates the exclusion of some other or other people, as from having or working out the right or privilege.
    • an individual who advocates the exclusion of someone or something
    • person who would exclude another from some right or privilege; esp., the anti-popish politicians of that time period of Charles II.
    • a person who would practise exclusion; especially, in English history, among a party of political leaders when you look at the time of Charles II. favorable to a bill to exclude his popish heirs through the throne.
  • adjective:
    • Of or pertaining to an exclusionist, or even exclusionism
    • Of or pertaining to an exclusionist, or even to exclusionism

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