individualistic

[ in-duh-vij-oo-uh-list ]SEE DEFINITION OF individualistic
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Industrialism has been, as all must recognize, too individualistic.

To say this, is to say that American society is the most individualistic in the modern world.

I do not mean by this an individualistic, as against a socialistic, philosophy.

Thus, world culture is at once cosmopolitan and individualistic.

Like all individualistic natures he desires the monopoly of certain emotions.

The drunken people are also the "uncivil" peoples and the individualistic peoples.

They were not socialistic in message; rather they were individualistic.

In conclusion, the pioneer was individualistic and emotional.

It has been individualistic, lacking social outlook and vision.

It was contrary to the individualistic sentiment of the nation.

WORD ORIGIN

1840, from individual + -ist. Related: Individualistic.

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