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individualistic

in di vi jooh uh li stik

  • s  marked by or expressing individuality
    an individualistic way of dressing
  • s  with minimally restricted freedom in commerce

  • Nor were they likely to persuade the ruggedly individualistic Douglaswho has served 27 years on the courtto repeat a half-serious offer to resign from the bench, tendered .
  • The nation's power elite, which shapes and guides the course of the economy as a whole, practices a democratic ideal that individualistic Americans claim as their own but often .
  • One school of thought leans toward the old individualistic, laissez-faire policy, does not believe that Government and business should even be kissing cousins.
Quotes

  • Martin Luther King in Biz of Hockey (blog)
    Martin Luther King Jr. said "An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity."
  • Brett Hull in Fort Worth Star Telegram
    He definitely has an individualistic personality,Hull said of Avery. "He goes against the stream, which I kind of like. He reminds me of myself in a way."
  • Ray Allen in USA Today
    We've been too individualistic on offense in the fourth quarter. There's been no flow to our offense,said Allen. "That really didn't happen tonight."

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