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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An unruly group of writers and artists forged the comic's anti-establishment attitude in the punk rock heat of 1970s industrial unrest.
The annual march draws thousands of anti-establishment and anti-austerity protesters.
With 25 years already on the clock, series 50 of the Beeb's most wellestablished, anti-establishment satirical news quiz, Have I Got News For You, got a jump-start from another old broadcasting banger, Jeremy Clarkson.
The easy, obvious and superficial answer is that they are all anti-establishment outsiders who share a proclivity for populism.
Statistically speaking, Straus oversees a more Republican body with a bigger anti-establishment group than Boehner does.
Why then would you think we would say something that is considered anti-establishment.
I'm the most anti-establishment speaker we've ever had.
ONE of the most outrageous comments to come out of the hysteria surrounding the rise of UKIP is the way they describe themselves as anti-establishment.
Another victory for the anti-establishment party came from France, where the pro-sovereignty and anti-euro National Front officially became the biggest political force in the nation based on the election results.
I AM very disappointed to note that Andy McDonald has chosen to use my "letter of support for Prince Charles" as a platform to launch into one of his trademark anti-establishment tirades (Letters, June 4).
Intertwined with this is the story of her personal life: her anti-establishment boyfriend, Don; living on a shoestring; friends getting married and moving away.
The pet adoption plans comes as a poll carried out for Rai 3 television at the weekend showed Forza Italia had slipped into third place behind the centre-left Democratic Party and the anti-establishment Five Star Movement.