Definition of ultranationalist in English:


noun & adjective

See ultranationalism

‘These ideologies exploit phenomenalism and theoreticism respectively, allowing neocolonialists to factualize literature and ultranationalists to fictionalize history.’
  • ‘Settlers, ultranationalists, and religious fundamentalists will respect neither legal nor moral limits on their political action.’
  • ‘Such discontents can nurture extremist, perhaps ultranationalist, policies.’
  • ‘Each year, ultranationalists from each country try to land on the 20 square kilometers of islands to declare sovereignty.’
  • ‘In the 1890s this volkisch programme was taken seriously by many conservatives, who shared the ultranationalists enemies and harnessed nationalist demagogy to the defence of material interest.’