Definition of racialist in English:

racialist

Pronunciation /ˈrāSHələst/ /ˈreɪʃələst/

Translate racialist into Spanish

noun & adjective

See racialism

‘Those who heatedly disputed this at the time were dismissed as scaremongering racialists.’
  • ‘This sort of junk archaeology is only slightly less ludicrous than alien intervention theories but crosses a more problematic line in its openly racialist intent.’
  • ‘This kind of racialist principle was found to be philosophically invalid and extremely socially damaging 60 years ago.’
  • ‘Why are our courts backing the bogus racialist theories of such an evil individual?’
  • ‘Again, he pours scorn on racialist mythology but, in his steadfastly conservative way, refuses to become histrionically sanctimonious on the matter, preferring studied contempt to self-promoting outrage.’