equalitarian

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Coined around 1800 from equality +‎ -arian.

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equalitarian (comparative more equalitarian, superlative most equalitarian)

  1. Characterized by social equality and equal rights for all people.
    • 1957, "The Queen's Husband," Time, 21 Oct.,
      In the increasingly equalitarian Britain of the postwar years, Britain's monarchy found itself subject to a questioning, scarcely articulated, of the utility of an expensive royal household.

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equalitarian (plural equalitarians)

  1. A person who accepts or promotes the view of equalitarianism.

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