imperialist

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He is now quite clean and proper, and, I believe, an imperialist.

That failure was not the only circumstance which made Clement imperialist.

That faceless and nameless horror was the apotheosis of the Imperialist.

An Imperialist army of nearly 10,000 men acted in conjunction with it.

I am not myself an Imperialist—a Vandemar can be scarcely that.

"It is not up to date," finished the Imperialist, and the Socialist bureaucrat.

Mr. Kipling is one of the great men of the age, the first Imperialist of the Empire.

I am no Imperialist, and only on rare and proper occasions a Jingo.

The imperialist armies had gained victories, and had taken cities.

He prophesies that in twenty years all Italy will be Imperialist.