antimargarine

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

anti- +‎ margarine

Adjective[edit]

antimargarine (not comparable)

  1. Opposing margarine.
    • 1992, Michael S Greve, Fred Lee Smith, Environmental politics: public costs, private rewards
      The same pattern of political action was observable in the dairy industry's quest for antimargarine statutes nearly 50 years earlier.
    • 1997, Kenneth W Bailey, Marketing and pricing of milk and dairy products in the United States
      Antimargarine laws were amended and enacted at the state and federal levels over the intervening years.
    • 2004, Michael B Gross, The war against Catholicism
      For the sake of this support, the party advocated for agricultural tariffs, for antimargarine laws, and for restrictions on meat importation.