• WordNet 3.6
    • adj centrist supporting or pursuing a course of action that is neither liberal nor conservative
    • n centrist a person who takes a position in the political center
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n centrist In the German Reichstag or Imperial Parliament, one of the members of the so-called Center or Ultramontane party.
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In literature:

Besides, Sid and I were the centrist party of two in our fresh-out-of-the-shell Place politics.
"The Big Time" by Fritz Reuter Leiber

In news:

Israeli centrist party members threaten new coalition.
Broad coalition in Israel shows Netanyahu's centrist colors.
Leader of Israel Centrist Party Kadima Agrees to Join Netanyahu's Coalition.
Voters punish Greece's centrist parties, setting stage for new government.
Maybe There Is Actually Hope for ' Centrist ' Politics.
Indiana's moderate, centrist tradition may derail Pence.
INDIANAPOLIS — When it comes to moderate, centrist redoubts, there is no more cozy place than the Indiana governorship.
Owens labeled ' Centrist '.
Bruce Reed, Biden's New Chief of Staff, Is Another Centrist Choice.
No Virginia, President Obama Is Not a Centrist .
There are radical centrists out there, and there's a lot of them.
Hero to Conservatives Often Follows Centrist Path.
Find centrist judge, avoid partisan fight.
In response to Otis Sanford's Nov 11 column "America is solidly centrist": The conservatives were right, not wrong.
The Economist's Weird Centrist Lament About President Obama's Economic Policy .

In science:

More interesting are q = 4 opinions: One of the more centrist opinions, like 2, wins over nearly everybody at the end, after having eaten up all neighbouring opinions 1 and 3. A small opposition of opinion 4 usually remains left.
Sociophysics Simulations