Absolutist

Absolutist

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  • absolutist — UK [ˌæbsəˈluːtɪst] / US [ˌæbsəˈlutɪst] adjective 1) believing that one rule or principle is more important than any other and must never be broken Some people take an absolutist position on freedom of speech. 2) relating to political absolutism …   English dictionary

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