absolutist[ ab-suh-loo-tiz-uhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF absolutist
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABSOLUTIST
The degradation of servitude, the absolutist lies must be uprooted and swept out.
Absolutist and military government now again prevailed at Prague.
He was taken for a mere bully and absolutist of the old type.
It did not lead the masses to storm the citadels of the absolutist order.
Objectivism in its absolutist and abstract forms assumes a standard—nature, essence, law—independent of process.
He stripped the magical prestige from the absolutist monarchy in France.
It has nothing in common with the absolutist States before or after '89.
How vain, then, the absolutist's attempt to sever himself from the sphere of sense!
His stroke is vehement and peremptory; he is an absolutist in style as in creed.
Steeped in absolutist ideas, James was not likely to tolerate religious dissent.