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Definition of Utopianist

Utopianist
Utopianist U*to"pi*an*ist, n. An Utopian; an optimist.

Meaning of Utopianist from wikipedia

- lazy Susan was initially uncommon enough in the United States for the utopianist Oneida Community to be credited with its invention. They emplo**** the...
- Australian medical practitioner, naturalist, author, philosopher and utopianist. Lucas was born in Dunbar, Scotland to Samuel Lucas, a Wesleyan Methodist...
- invited to appear on national television, "behaved like irresponsible utopianists who wanted to destroy the 'consumer society.'" Nonetheless, in the w****s...
- Australian medical practitioner, naturalist, author, philosopher and utopianist Thomas Geoffry Lucas (1872–1947), English architect Tommy Lucas (1895–1953)...
- engraver, John William Hill to the sculptor-designer, printmaker and utopianist, Eric Gill. Aside from E. T. Cook, Ruskin's editor and biographer, other...
- Retrieved 19 August 2016. Muthesius, Stefan (2000). The Postwar University: Utopianist Campus and College. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. pp. 139–149...
- Island Has Soaring GDP, Free Healthcare and Free Higher Education - The Utopianist". Retrieved November 30, 2016. "International Journal for Equity in Health...
- find him various odd jobs, lent him books from his library, including utopianists Fourier, Dixon and Noyes, and gave Hearn a nickname which stuck with...
- baronet John Brown Smith (1837–?), American author, shorthand developer, utopianist, tax resister John Chabot Smith (1915–2002), American journalist and author...
- disillusioned people about the economic stability of the country and eroded utopianist thinking. The outbreak and the terrors of World War II caused further...
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