Definition of Traditionalists

1. Noun. (plural of traditionalist) ¹



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Definition of Traditionalists

1. traditionalist [n] - See also: traditionalist

Lexicographical Neighbors of Traditionalists

traditional Chinese medicine
traditional art
traditional arts
traditional counties
traditional county
traditional knowledge
traditional marriages
traditional medicine
traditional medicines
traditional owner
traditionalism
traditionalisms
traditionalist
traditionalistic
traditionalists (current term)
traditionality
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traditionalized
traditionalizes
traditionally
traditionalness
traditionaries
traditionarily
traditionary
traditionbound
traditioner
traditionist
traditionists
traditionless

Literary usage of Traditionalists

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

1. History of Modern Philosophy in France by Lucien Lévy-Bruhl (1899)
"THE IDEOLOGISTS—THE traditionalists. CONDORCET belonged to a group of philosophers who, under the Republic, the Consulate and the Empire, upheld the spirit ..."

2. The Young Idea: An Anthology of Opinion Concerning the Spirit and Aims of by Lloyd R. Morris (1917)
"... V THE traditionalists THE point of view of the six authors who have been grouped here as traditionalists receives its fullest explanation in the essay ..."

3. The Contents of the New Testament: An Introductory Course by Haven McClure (1921)
"Was it written by a disciple of Jesus, namely the Apostle John, as the traditionalists and conservatives maintain? Let us examine the document critically ..."

4. The Theological Review: A Quarterly Journal of Religious Thought and Life by Charles Beard (1870)
"To which of them do modern traditionalists attach themselves? Do they consider all infallible? Then there are degrees in the infallible, which is absurd. ..."

5. Altar Fires Relighted: A Study from a Non-partisan Standpoint of Movements by Stephen Hasbrouck (1912)
"... JESUS CHRIST AND THE traditionalists IN the time of Jesus there were two classes of religionists, the priests and the scribes, each having a traditional ..."

6. The Problem of Immortality by Emmanuel Pétavel-Olliff (1892)
"CLASSIFIED LIST AND REFUTATION OF OBJECTIONS RAISED BY traditionalists AND AGNOSTICS.1 (See page 314.) THESE objections have for the most part been taken ..."

7. The Faith of France: Studies in Spiritual Differences & Unity by Maurice Barrès (1918)
"... CHAPTER VII THE traditionalists THE past never dies in us," repeated Fustel de Coulanges. This was the motto, this was the whole spirit, of the studies ..."

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