neutralist neutralist  /ˈnu trə ləst/


  • (n) an advocate of neutrality in international affairs


  1. And, once again, the Laotian government of neutralist Prince Souvanna Phouma seemed on the verge of toppling.
  2. Though at first suspicious of the neutralist regime, Rightist General Phoumi Nosavan sent four battalions to help it.
  3. Souvanna thinks the Reds are bound to attack again, but the neutralist-rightist brass are downright cocky and probably overconfident.


  1. "I, by choice, am not an activist at this point," Nicholson said. "I think Sean Penn is the greatest living American in a certain way, because he's a man of action. ...... I feel by being a neutralist in this area, in my actual field of...
    on Dec 20, 2007 By: Jack Nicholson Source: San Jose Mercury News

  2. "Canada does not have a history as a pacifist or neutralist country," Manley said at the time. "Canada has soldiers who are buried all over Europe because we fought in defence of liberty, and we're not about to back away from a challenge now...
    on Oct 13, 2007 By: John Manley Source: Waterloo Record

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