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fem·i·nist

 (fĕm′ə-nĭst)
n.
A person whose beliefs and behavior are based on feminism.
adj.
Relating to feminism.

fem′i·nis′tic adj.

feminist

(ˈfɛmɪnɪst)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who advocates equal rights for women
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of, relating to, or advocating feminism

feminist

A person who believes that women should have the same rights as men.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.feminist - a supporter of feminismfeminist - a supporter of feminism    
feminist movement, women's lib, women's liberation movement, feminism - the movement aimed at equal rights for women
crusader, meliorist, reformer, reformist, social reformer - a disputant who advocates reform
suffragette - a woman advocate of women's right to vote (especially a militant advocate in the United Kingdom at the beginning of the 20th century)
Adj.1.feminist - of or relating to or advocating equal rights for women; "feminist critique"

feminist

noun
Quotations
"People call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat or a prostitute" [Rebecca West]
Translations
نَصير المُساواه بين الجِنْسَيْن
feministafeministka-ka
feminist
feministi
feministfeministicafeminističkifeministkinja
feminista
femínisti
フェミニスト
페미니스트
feminista
feminist
ผู้สนับสนุนสิทธิสตรี
feministkadın hakları savunucusu
người bênh vực phụ nữ

feminist

[ˈfemɪnɪst]
A. ADJfeminista
B. Nfeminista mf

feminist

[ˈfɛmɪnɪst]
nféministe mf
adj [movement, perspective] → féministefemme fatale [ˌfæmfəˈtɑːl] nfemme f fatale

feminist

nFeminist(in) m(f)
adjfeministisch; I’ve always been fairly feministich war schon immer ziemlich feministisch eingestellt; the feminist movementdie Frauenbewegung

feminist

[ˈfɛmɪnɪst] adj & nfemminista (m/f)

feminine

(ˈfeminin) adjective
1. of a woman. a feminine voice.
2. with all the essential qualities of a woman. She was a very feminine person.
3. in certain languages, of one of usually two or three genders of nouns etc.
ˌfemiˈninity noun
the quality of being feminine. She never used her femininity to win the argument.
ˈfeminism noun
the thought and actions of people who want to make women's (legal, political, social etc) rights equal to those of men.
ˈfeminist noun
a supporter of feminism.

feminist

مُوَالٍ لـِمُسَاوَاةِ الـمَرْأَةِ بِالرَّجْل feministka feminist Feminist φεμινιστής feminista feministi féministe feministica femminista フェミニスト 페미니스트 feminist feminist feminista feminista феминистка feminist ผู้สนับสนุนสิทธิสตรี feminist người bênh vực phụ nữ 女权主义者

fem·i·nist

a. feminista.
References in classic literature ?
Or rather, she was a Feminist six months ago, but it's no good supposing that she is now what she was then.
Margaret guessed at Monica's type--"Italiano Inglesiato" they had named it: the crude feminist of the South, whom one respects but avoids.
He is a revolutionary feminist, a great writer, if you like, and--how shall I say it--the--the familiar guest of Madame de S 's mystic revolutionary salon.
And for some Muslim women, the American feminist movement has become too narrowly identified with issues that are not their top priorities, such as abortion and lesbian rights.
In this book, Enloe, a Research Professor of Women's Studies and International Development at Clark University, continues her exploration of the relationships between masculinity, femininity, and militarization through a series of accessible critiques that are grounded in, as Enloe describes it, a feminist curiosity dedicated to "taking women's lives seriously.
The passing of Andrea Dworkin--feminist polemicist, anti-porn crusader, and loony extraordinaire--drew strangely admiring obituaries from several feminists who vehemently disagreed with her in life, including the self-identified "feminist pornographer" Susie Bright and the staunchly anti-censorship Nation columnist Katha Pollitt.
Its editors have collected a wide variety of young feminist literature that covers feminist journalism (often a fight against established media to get their message out); transgender and transsexual efforts to get their opinions heard; and women in the corporate and technical world at a time of globalization.
Feminist Criminology" will carry research related to women, girls and crime within the context of a feminist critique of criminology, a perspective that the paths to crime differ for males and females.
What they had in mind: '70s consciousness-raising feminist groups holding meetings in dens as well as teenage punk bands practicing in basements.
As Wilson's comments illustrate, placing women in combat has nothing to do with improving the combat capabilities of our military, and everything to do with enacting the agenda of the radical feminist movement.
1989), a West Coast--based poet, activist and former member of the Black Panther Party in the 1960s, was a radical proponent of a black feminist lesbian poetic theory and practice.