egalitarian

[ ih-gal-i-tair-ee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF egalitarian

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But though it tended to be egalitarian it did not, of itself, tend to be humanitarian.

There was a declared intention of an egalitarian redistribution of wealth and assets.

Serbs, Bosnians and Croats divided the loot with the loftiest of egalitarian instincts.

Indeed, there was something in the very crudity of his social compliment that smacked, strangely enough, of that egalitarian soil.

Most work beyond the primary work of agriculture was guarded by the egalitarian vigilance of the Guilds.

Spacers and natives labored together, to lend an impression of egalitarian cooperation under the autocracy of the officer class.

In the past, luxury goods and services have been considered superfluous and undesirable in an egalitarian socialist country.

The egalitarian character of Bulgaria's society derives from its basically agricultural economy.

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