Bolshevistic


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Bol·she·vist

also bol·she·vist  (bōl′shə-vĭst, bŏl′-)
n.

Bol′she·vist, Bol′she·vis′tic adj.
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Adj.1.Bolshevistic - of or relating to Bolshevism; "Bolshevik Revolution"
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Germany repudiates modern Architecture because it is Bolshevistic, Russia because it is bourgeois, and Italy embraces it because it is Fascist .
29) Such academic musings bolstered Hitler's stand against the Jew, all the while helping to strengthen the link between the fears of unchecked Jewish dominion and a fateful Bolshevistic revolution.
In an editorial "Still More Threatening" it announced "Government representatives in Winnipeg have accepted the view which The World has all along taken that the strike has been fomented by the Bolshevistic or 'One Big Union' element in the West.