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noun as in left-wing

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She said she is running for her third term in order to continue pushing for progressive change in her state.

The state keeps electing Democrats, she writes, but that doesn’t mean actual policies are getting more progressive.

A progressive and advocate for laborers’ rights, Bernstein is currently serving as a senior fellow at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

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There will be pressure to move quickly on a more progressive agenda, but moving any new dollars outside the traditional budget process — in June — will require the support of at least one Republican.

For his research, he contracted with Catalist, a vendor that buys voter registration data from states, cleans it, and sells it to the Democratic Party and progressive groups.

Years later, he got a high-profile job at Mozilla, a tech company in a professional community noted for its progressiveness.

In this mood, Democrats may care a lot more about toughness and combativeness than about minute gradations of progressiveness.

It tries for progressiveness and ends up being ... achingly middle of the road.

The words Progress and Progressiveness are not here to be understood as synonymous with improvement and tendency to improvement.

The account proceeds with a thoughtful deliberation and river-like momentum of progressiveness.

Mr. Ferrel has always been actuated by a spirit of enterprise and progressiveness in anything that he has undertaken.

Outside of milling circles Mr. Isaacs was perhaps best known by reason of his public spirit and his progressiveness.

Our country has been unprecedentedly developed in consequence of the energy and progressiveness of its railway managers.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to progressiveness, such as: leftist, left-winger, liberal, progressive, radical, and progressivism.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.