Lexicographical Neighbors of Repressionist
Literary usage of Repressionist
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Education of the South African Native by Charles Templeman Loram (1917)
"He [the Southern repressionist] tells the Negro he must make shoes, but that he mustn't make shoes which people can wear ; that he may be a wheelwright, ..."
2. The Quarterly Review by John Gibson Lockhart, George Walter Prothero, William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Baron Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle, Sir William Smith (1906)
"... his narrow-minded repressionist policy. He believed that Russia could be ruled and for ever kept in check by a thoroughly organised police system, ..."
3. The Fortnightly Review (1871)
"More than one earnest and eager repressionist told me that the law would be a perfect success if only you could keep it out of the struggle of political ..."
4. Black and White in South East Africa: A Study in Sociology by Maurice Smethurst Evans (1916)
"... or those who imagine assimilation is the ultimate goal, representatives of a school of thought. The repressionist, actuated by ..."
5. Africa: Slave Or Free? by John Hobbis Harris (1920)
"In the report of the 1912-13 Labor Commission the repressionist recommendation was that "opportunities for literary education of a primary nature should be ..."
6. The Play Way: An Essay in Educational Method by Henry Caldwell Cook (1917)
"And of the same boy sitting in the stocks with his arms folded, I would make a cartoon to the perpetual shame of the repressionist spoon-feeder. ..."
7. In the Land of the Pharaohs: A Short History of Egypt from the Fall of by Duse Mohamed (1911)
"... this noble repressionist of Egyptian liberty, and would-be suppressor of the liberties of Englishwomen, indulges in such cheap sneers as, ..."
8. The Passionate Friends by Herbert George Wells (1913)
""Have you ever thought, Stephen, that perhaps these (repressionist) people are lighter than you are—that if the worker gets free he won't work and that if ..."