Definition of moderatism in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌtizəm/


See moderate

‘It's an incredibly humane, kind film, and it reminds you that being humane and kind will always lead to radicalism, never to moderatism.’
  • ‘On the Political spectrum scale, that intentionally skews towards moderatism, I scored 9 out of 10 in fiscal freedom and 7 out of 10 in social freedom.’
  • ‘Yet, by that time the Revolution had taken a different path and the forces of ‘moderatism’ became too strong.’
  • ‘In such a case, the moderatism seems perfectly natural, which is exactly the goal.’