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Definition of egalitarian:

  • (noun) a person who believes in the equality of all people
  • (adjective) favoring social equality; "a classless society"

Sentence Examples:

They were egalitarian in design.

The egalitarian sentiment strives always to become unconditional.

An egalitarian democracy may indeed become the tomb of liberty.

Democracy in the two latter countries is more specifically egalitarian.

Discrimination is not imposed by humans on an otherwise egalitarian world.

I offhand consider our communities as egalitarian, part of a larger egalitarian society.

There was a declared intention of an egalitarian redistribution of wealth and assets.

Criminal activities are hugely profitable (though wealth accumulation and capital distribution are grossly non-egalitarian).

Within the nuclear family the relationship between husband and wife became a more egalitarian one.

Once I had felt that the Clinton-Gore people might truly share my own egalitarian dreams.

The South holds small enthusiasm for egalitarian doctrines based upon the infinite perfectibility of man.

Moore has therefore chosen a strangely unlucky point upon which to challenge the true egalitarian doctrine.

Perhaps a gentleman will never be fully an egalitarian until he can really quarrel with his servant.

In the past, luxury goods and services have been considered superfluous and undesirable in an egalitarian socialist country.

Most work beyond the primary work of agriculture was guarded by the egalitarian vigilance of the Guilds.

The second question is how far the modern mind is committed to such egalitarian ideas as may be implied in Socialism.

Indeed, there was something in the very crudity of his social compliment that smacked, strangely enough, of that egalitarian soil.

Every one who is a convinced and sincere egalitarian, and who takes the trouble to think, is forced to be a collectivist.

In contrast, our emerging theory of nursing is based on an egalitarian model of helping that bears witness to and celebrates the human person in the fullness of his or her being, rather than on some less-than-whole condition of being.

We are going to hear a great deal about the public schools in the coming years, for one of the great battles between the egalitarian, socialist Britain and the traditional, conservative Britain will be waged over the future of these schools.

Future generations, however, will find almost incomprehensible the circumstance that, in an age paying tribute to an egalitarian philosophy and related democratic principles, development planning should view the masses of humanity as essentially recipients of benefits from aid and training.

This difference is, however, mainly a difference of stress upon two aspects of the same thing, the egalitarian emphasis having to do with the formal status of the citizen, the libertarian with the personal independence which should belong to the status.

In the history of early America, we can see how literacy carries over the non-egalitarian model as it advanced equality in people's natural rights and before the law, the power of rules, and a sense of authority inspired by religion, practiced in political life, and connected to expectations of order.