Definition of Antibusiness

1. Adjective. Opposed to or biased against business, or private enterprise ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Antibusiness

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Antibusiness

antibullfighting
antibullying
antibumping
antibumping granule
antibunched
antibunching
antibundling
antibureaucracy
antibureaucratic
antiburgher
antiburghers
antiburglar
antiburglary
antibuser
antibusers
antibusiness (current term)
antibusing
antibussing
antic
anticable
anticaking
anticaking agent
anticaking agents
antical
anticalculous
antically
anticancer
anticancerous
anticandida
anticandidal

Literary usage of Antibusiness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Racial and Ethnic Tensions in American Communities: Poverty, Inequality edited by Mary Frances Berry (2000)
"Pasadena has a reputation of being one of the most antibusiness cities in southern California. We have seen no leadership in the city manager's office or ..."

2. How to Make Insurance Companies Pay Your Claims by William M. Shernoff (1990)
""Let me stop right here, because I think some people may be saying, Bill Shernoff, you really must be antibusiness. Well, that is not true. ..."

3. Sea-Changes: American foreign policy in a world transformed by Nicholas X. Rizopoulos (1990)
"This is a logical reaction to Latin America's populist decade, the l970s, a period in which antibusiness and ..."

4. Community-based Interventions For Smokers: The Commit Field Experience by Beti Thompson, David M. Burns, William R. Lynn, Donald Shopland (2004)
"Opponents will often attempt to reframe the issues as antibusiness or in terms of infringements of individual rights. Anticipate this and be prepared to ..."

5. Developing Executive Ability by Enoch Burton Gowin (1919)
"... touches it timidly here and there, then leaning back in his office chair gazes absently out of the window and soon is lost in antibusiness reveries. ..."

6. The Accounting Profession: Major Issues: Progress and Concerns by Donald H. Chapin, Robert W. Gramling (1996)
"... and often reflects an antibusiness bias, felt that these recommendations would strengthen FASB and expedite the standard-setting process. ..."

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