neotraditionalist

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

neo- +‎ traditionalist

AdjectiveEdit

neotraditionalist (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to neotraditionalism.
    • 1988 March 25, Dan Liberty, “Saying NO to Fundamentalism”, Chicago Reader:
      The apocalyptic theology of the Jehovah's Witnesses is not as popular today as other fundamentalist beliefs, but their founding and history are typical of other neotraditionalist sects.

NounEdit

neotraditionalist (plural neotraditionalists)

  1. A follower or adherent of neotraditionalism.
    • 1998 February 27, Peter Margasak, “Steve Earle & the Dukes”, Chicago Reader:
      He's played the brooding folksinger, the alt-country pioneer, the next Bruce Springsteen, the redneck outlaw, the volatile drug casualty, the neotraditionalist, and the reborn rocker--hell, he's put on more guises than he's put out records.

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Last modified on 20 November 2010, at 19:33