leftish


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leftish

(ˈlɛftɪʃ)
adj
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) somewhat left-wing
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) another word for leftist1
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Adj.1.leftish - tending toward the political left
left - of or belonging to the political or intellectual left
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leftish

adjlinksliberal, links angehaucht (inf); his views are leftisher ist links angehaucht (inf)
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Before long, I was being directed to videos of a leftish conspiratorial cast, including arguments about the existence of secret government agencies and allegations that the United States government was behind the attacks of September 11.
I had always tried to respect the pupil and keep a professional attitude as well as my integrity, but it seemed to me that the school was trying to force me to adhere to its liberal, Leftish agenda.
Later MI 5 would see it as axiomatic that Bil, whose family were leftish, would fall in with a communist: 'her brothers and sisters had much in common with the Kroger [Cohen] spies'.
He was part of Jewish intellectual life in Toronto, which had a decidedly leftish, educated, and labour tradition.
Robert Reich, a reliable source of sweetly leftish errors of facts and ethics, declares that "the decline in unionization [of private companies] directly correlates with the decline of the portion of income going to the middle class.
The leftish PEO as well as the right-leaning SEK but also Etyk, the union of bank employees, which carries a high responsibility for what happened to Cypriot banks in 2013, rushed to protest.
In the Borisov 3 Cabinet there is no leftish component but such a role is played by the promises for rising pensions.
To paraphrase Yeats' aphorism on Dean Swift, Chancellor Merkel and her leftish party are teaching Europe's soul "to hate your neighbour as yourself.
The Kurds with their noble, democratic, egalitarian tolerance, respect for women, mild impious religiosity, and leftish politics offered a perfect fit for Levy's 19th century romantic nationalism, which the Kurds love.
And, as is oft-observed, the predominant ideological orientation is leftish, despite overwhelming evidence that many leftish policy prescriptions are failures or at least highly inefficient.
But I suspect the NEP would only have a chance of gathering real momentum as a leftish alternative to a right-wing Labour Party - which is not the direction Labour is now headed in.