Definitions for idealistaɪˈdi ə lɪst
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someone guided more by ideals than by practical considerations
One who adheres to idealism.
Someone whose conduct stems from idealism rather than from practicality.
An unrealistic or impractical visionary.
Origin: From idéaliste, from idealis, from idea.
one who idealizes; one who forms picturesque fancies; one given to romantic expectations
one who holds the doctrine of idealism
The Roycroft Dictionary
1. A glassblower. 2. A somnambulist who insists on stepping out of a solid window into the air. 3. A person who lives in a tower of porcelain and dines on pumpernickel and lobscouse. 4. A man who fills his gasoline-tank with attar of roses and expects the motor to run.
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