• WordNet 3.6
    • n syndicalist an advocate of anarchism
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Syndicalist One who advocates or practices syndicalism.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n syndicalist See the extract.
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In literature:

In Italy, Spain, Norway, and Belgium, the syndicalists were also active.
"The Armies of Labor" by Samuel P. Orth
The true syndicalist is an artist, a revolutionist!
"The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete" by Winston Churchill
The shining lights are those whom we turn out as syndicalist leaders and other kinds of anti-patriotic demagogues.
"The Red Planet" by William J. Locke
French syndicalists were the first to advocate the system of trade autonomy as a better solution than state socialism.
"Political Ideals" by Bertrand Russell
But it has not been through coal strikes, Industrial Workers of the World, and syndicalist outbreaks for nothing.
"Crowds" by Gerald Stanley Lee
If you do not give us what we ask for, the Socialists and the Syndicalists will be upon you.
"Humanly Speaking" by Samuel McChord Crothers
New Zealand was deliberately selected by the Syndicalists as a test case, for two reasons.
"The Unpopular Review, Volume II Number 3" by Various
The French Syndicalists, of the Labor Confederation, had 600,000 members before the war and now claim 1,500,000.
"The Red Conspiracy" by Joseph J. Mereto
The statesman would ask, Why are there syndicalists?
"A Preface to Politics" by Walter Lippmann
I never took to Ferguson, but he was no syndicalist.
"The Best Short Stories of 1917" by Various