Definition of Bolshevistic
1. Adjective. Of or relating to Bolshevism. "Bolshevik Revolution"
Partainyms: Bolshevism, Bolshevism, Bolshevism
Derivative terms: Bolshevism, Bolshevist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bolshevistic
Literary usage of Bolshevistic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Invention, the Master-key to Progress by Bradley Allen Fiske (1921)
"At the bottom of the bolshevistic movement is, of course, the thirst for wealth and power; the thirst for opportunities for handling and using the Machine ..."
2. The Voice of the Negro 1919 by Robert Thomas Kerlin (1920)
"The following editorial from The Searchlight, Seattle, Wash., August 23, is, I believe, the most bolshevistic preachment I have seen in any colored weekly. ..."
3. Greater Roumania by Charles Upson Clark (1922)
"Politically, Roumania has had a serious problem here, as in Bessarabia, with bolshevistic agitation among the Jews and Ruthenians. The latter, being Slavs, ..."
4. What Next in Europe? by Frank Arthur Vanderlip (1922)
"But these social disorders will only be bolshevistic in the sense that there will be looting of property, for that is what Bolshevism largely means. ..."
5. Back from Utopia: The Challenge of the Modern Movementby Hubert-Jan Henket, Hilde Heynen by Hubert-Jan Henket, Hilde Heynen (2002)
"... debates that took place in Parliament in 1934 an offensive was launched against modern architecture, which was branded as being ‘exotic','bolshevistic' ..."
6. What's the Matter with Ireland? by Ruth Russell (1920)
"If Sinn Fein succeeded in getting separation, would it establish a bolshevistic government? DeValera returned that he was not sure what ..."
7. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1920)
"... or a bolshevistic " microcosm within the macrocosm." I can not believe we have reached tliat parting of the ways, for man's highest activities are all ..."