ultra-conservative[ uhl-truh-kuh n-sur-vuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF ultra-conservative
Synonyms for ultra-conservative
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ULTRA-CONSERVATIVE
In matters of faith, India has always been ultra-conservative.
Some players are noted for their reckless declaring; with such a partner the bidding must be ultra-conservative.
When he returned to Canning power in 1822, he was no longer an ultra-conservative, but a liberal.
Sapazani, the ultra-conservative, had no use for assegais fabricated across the seas.
Rural church members are likely to be ultra-conservative, especially as to means and methods.
Some of the best things that appeared in this ultra-conservative organ were from Canning's pen.
He was an ultra-conservative, and desired to bring the new thought of the day into disrepute by exhibiting its ludicrous side.
He was proud and overbearing; was fond of pomp and ceremony, and ultra-conservative in all his political views.
But in English politics he promptly became a Tory of the most ultra-conservative school.
It may be considered as giving the normal American view as contrasted with the ultra-conservative attitude of Mr. O'Brien.