absolutists[ ab-suh-loo-tiz-uhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF absolutists
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABSOLUTISTS
Interpenetration and co-operation may supply the place of the metaphysical unity at which the Absolutists aim.
Both thinkers are absolutists in principle, though Hobbes gives to a monarch the power which Bentham gives to a democracy.
It is probably this last notion that, consciously or unconsciously, weighs most in the psychology of the Absolutists creed.
Their departure was almost immediately followed by open riots in favour of the absolutists.
The Ritualists were absolutists in their political views and accepted the King's intervention in church matters.
The absolutists on the other hand hoped that the king might by procrastination avoid the separation of the crowns.
The focus of the constitutional movement, she was savagely assailed by the Absolutists and their French allies.
They were fighting for unconditional restoration, and both as invaders and as absolutists the king was their accomplice.
The progress of this revolution was strenuously opposed by the allied forces of the monks, the priests, and the absolutists.
We have not, however, done with our absolutists of the one-sided free-trade theory yet.