Noun Activists Definition and Examples


Noun:

Activists

Pronunciation:

/ˈaktɪvɪst/

Definition:
1.

noun

A person who campaigns to bring about political or social change.
  1. 'a committed animal rights activist'
  2. 'You have been called a social activist and writer with a message and mission.'
  3. 'The account is based on interviews with union leaders, activists, and political leaders.'
  4. 'The activists say this is the start of a statewide movement to stop biotech agriculture in California.'
  5. 'The corporation, activists claim, is simply out to make "monopoly profits" from food on which millions depend.'
  6. 'We enjoy the fact that he likes to describe himself not as a patron or benefactor but as a literary activist.'

adjective

Campaigning to bring about political or social change.
  1. 'a green-leaning activist magazine'
  2. 'His latest book has a more activist agenda, albeit one that's cloaked as a continuation of his architecture lessons.'
  3. 'The legislature has made such designations, and has been uncomfortable with the executive branch taking an activist role.'
  4. 'The combination of unfettered finance and activist monetary management has been a recipe for momentous inflation.'
  5. 'Despite the work's dynamic and activist nature, one could not help wondering about an apparent contradiction.'
  6. 'We explicitly do not have an activist short-term-oriented policy.'


noun

1. an especially active, vigorous advocate of a cause, especially a political cause. adjective

2. of or relating to activism or activists: an activist organization for environmental concern.

3. advocating or opposing a cause or issue vigorously, especially a political cause: Activist opponents of the president picketed the White House.


Examples:

"There can be activists whiles."
"There can be activists seeks."
"There can be activists presents."
"There can be activists offices."
"There can be activists groups."
"There can be activists cases."
"There can be activists accounts."
"There can be activists urges."
"There can be activists shoutings."
"There can be activists releases."
"There can be activists plans."
"There can be activists hopes."
"There can be activists flies."
"There can be activists demonstratings."
"There can be activists vociferouslies."
"There can be activists videos."
"There can be activists times."
"There can be activists supports."
"There can be activists struggles."
"There can be activists spirits."
"activists can want recognitions for languages."
"activists can regard arrivals as reminders."
"activists can stand trials for conspirings."
"activists can stand charges in places."
"activists can sail boats in attempts."
"activists can condemn organizations for raps."
"activists can chain themselveses to locks."
"activists can chain themselveses to entrances."
"activists can chain themselveses to buoys."
"activists can block plants over soyas."
"activists can back places over disableds."
"activists can ransack restaurants in/at/on years."
"activists can ransack restaurants in places."
"activists can ransack restaurants from rules."
"activists can leave things on dates."
"activists can flee terms into exiles."
"activists can convict people of murders."
"activists can chain themselveses to crane."
"activists can call mutilations for forms."
"activists can block roads with polices."

Origin:

activist


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