Definition of 'idealist'
Example sentences containing 'idealist'
He wasn't widely known among his pals as an idealist or a law enforcer, but he must have had something there.COFFIN ON THE WATER (2002)
He was a craftsman in metalwork from Dresden, fed up with life in West Germany and something of an idealist.KARA KUSH (2002)
They say you can never go back somewhere to recapture a time of happiness, because our memories are idealist.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
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