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  • as inradical
  • as incrusader
  • as inleft-wing
  • as inunbroken

synonyms for progressives

  • agitator
  • anarchist
  • extremist
  • fanatic
  • firebrand
  • insurgent
  • leftist
  • militant
  • progressive
  • rebel
  • reformer
  • renegade
  • revolutionary
  • rioter
  • subversive
  • avant-garde
  • freethinker
  • iconoclast
  • insurrectionist
  • left-winger
  • mutineer
  • nihilist
  • nonconformist
  • objector
  • pacifist
  • secessionist
  • revolter
  • ultraist
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antonyms for progressives

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  • conservative
  • moderate
    • right wing
    • conservative
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    How to use progressives in a sentence

    The events of 1866 had brought about a similar division among the Progressives.
    ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 11, SLICE 8VARIOUS
    The law was carried by a large majority, being opposed only by the Progressives and the Centre.
    ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 11, SLICE 8VARIOUS
    That decided me—I threw in my lot with the Progressives without more ado.
    PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOLUME 108, FEBRUARY 23, 1895VARIOUS
    No sooner was the count's design known than the Progressives, with their versatile leader, deserted the cabinet.
    JAPANVARIOUS
    The Progressives could scarcely conceal the inharmony of their leaders in regard to the immediate policy the party should pursue.
    JAPANVARIOUS
    For a time the Progressives centered their attacks upon Mr. Taft's administration.
    CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN HISTORY, 1877-1913CHARLES A. BEARD
    The former denounced the Progressives as "political emotionalists or neurotics."
    CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN HISTORY, 1877-1913CHARLES A. BEARD
    Mr. Wilson states that the Progressives have "a programme perfectly agreeable to monopolies."
    THEODORE ROOSEVELTTHEODORE ROOSEVELT
    Of these, 18 were Progressives, and one was a Moderate; so the total result was a "Progressive" majority of 41.
    FIFTEEN CHAPTERS OF AUTOBIOGRAPHYGEORGE WILLIAM ERSKINE RUSSELL
    The Progressives had got a majority on the new "Parliament of London," and had no notion of watering it down.
    FIFTEEN CHAPTERS OF AUTOBIOGRAPHYGEORGE WILLIAM ERSKINE RUSSELL
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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