anti-Establishment


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anti-Establishment

adj
opposed to established authority
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anti-Establishment

[ˈæntɪɪsˈtæblɪʃmənt] ADJen contra del sistema
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Minister for EU Affairs mer elik said that the anti-establishment Five Star movement and the far rightist Lega Party were the winners in the election.
The Italian election has seen anti-establishment parties succeed, generating the possibility of a Eurosceptic coalition forming.
The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement became the largest single party in the nation.
These are exciting times for Manchester's DIY scene - and in Mold, we surely have the band which best represents its proud anti-establishment spirit.
The Egyptian authorities use the term "Takfiris" in reference to Muslim devotees, particularly anti-establishment gunmen advocating intolerance, coercion and violence.
You know, if the turnout was similar or lower than in the past election, either extremist, strongly anti-EU, or anti-establishment parties could make it to the political foreground.
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PML-N is rising as an anti-establishment party whereas PPP is trying to get into the establishment.
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In what is being widely described as a harbinger of more upcoming victories for anti-establishment conservatives, Christians, and constitutionalists, the enormously popular Judge Roy Moore dealt a crushing blow to the establishment and its chosen candidate in the race to represent Alabama in the U.
K], Oct 13 (ANI): A conference attended by several prominent Pakistani intellectuals, human rights and social media activists, and public figures with anti-establishment views began in London on Friday with calls for end to Pakistani support for terrorism.
Officials felt it necessary to advise Lady Thatcher on the songs topping the charts and the earlier popularity of punk, which was described as a "very basic musical style featuring a strange bunch of anti-establishment acts".