Definition of 'isolationist'
Example sentences containing 'isolationist'
"This did not go down well with the isolationist thinkers, of which Ginny's father was one of the most prominent.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2001)
"He had become the complete isolationist, very outspoken in the Senate, and he had a considerable following throughout the country.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2001)
Just'cos you're going out with some poser who wears black leather, there's no need to go all isolationist and ditch your old friends.READY? (2001)
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