Meaning of unionistic in English:

unionistic

Pronunciation /juːˈnjənɪstɪk/

adjective

See unionist

‘Those who seek to promote the Eureka Stockade as a profoundly important revolution in Australian history in a unionistic or Marxian sense are not doing any favors for the flag they favour.’
  • ‘He allows a man who already had apologized for unionistic actions before to go and commit the same sin again.’
  • ‘That is, unless the basic freedoms of the unionistic order were abolished - which was politically impossible.’
  • ‘Needless to say, his unyielding defense of the Gospel and unbending refusal to compromise on liturgical and unionistic issues alienated many.’
  • ‘It should incorporate, however, in addition, the equally important insight of the communistic, anarchistic, syndicalistic, fascistic, co-operative and unionistic economists.’