ideologist ideologist  /ˌaɪ di ˈɑ lə dʒəst/


  • (n) an advocate of some ideology


  1. As we prepare to enter his spacious but spartan office, out walk some of Russia's most powerful men: Putin's chief of staff, his ideologist, the speaker of parliamentall of them .
  2. Nor did Aliyev, who is married to Dariga, until recently the President's ideologist and confidante (the couple are the parents of Nuralli, Nazarbayev's 22-year-old grandson and the .
  3. The young party chief's reputation pleased two important spa guests: Mikhail Suslov, then the chief Soviet ideologist, and KGB Chief Yuri Andropov, both austere figures disgusted .


  1. "In any position, he contributed all his effort and left a fine impression; he was really a talented politician, a brilliant ideologist, an experienced diplomat, and a cultural activist, who won the respect and love of his fellow citizens and...
    on Sep 3, 2008 By: Nguyễn Phú Trọng Source: Viet Nam News

  2. Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov said Buryatsky was the "rebels' No. 1 ideologist" and accused him of being a foreign agent.
    on Mar 8, 2010 By: Ramzan Kadyrov Source: The Moscow Times

  3. "I am a famous writer and ideologist," Limonov told the court. "But I cannot be the head of an organization that does not exist."
    on Apr 18, 2007 By: Eduard Limonov Source: The Moscow Times

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