unidealistic

unidealistic

(ʌnˌaɪdɪəˈlɪstɪk)
adj
not believing in, pursuing, or governed by any ideals
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For the historical uniqueness of the west is not untrammelled "freedom" but the unidealistic notion that deals must be cut and power shared.
Nodelman's decidedly unidealistic, pragmatic view of education strongly counterpoints Levinsky's deliberate romanticism.
According to White, the texts of the songs he has collected reveal "the negro's" essential character: he is "a most naive and unanalytical-minded person, with a sensuous joy in his religion; thoughtless, careless, unidealistic, rather fond of boasting, predominantly cheerful ...

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