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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishidealisti‧deal‧ist /aɪˈdɪəlɪst/ noun [countable]  BELIEVEsomeone who tries to live according to high standards or principles, especially in a way that is not practical or possiblerealist
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idealistCavalier, arrogant, mendacious, and whatever else he was, Mike Straus was also an idealist.Bazarov is an idealist and a brave man, and his aims are rational.But at heart he remained an idealist about social issues.By bribery - all men are corruptible - and by removing permanently any so-called idealists who stand in our way.Paine, like many idealists in a hurry, was probably impatient of the slowness of legal remedies for existing abuses.Gatting, the street fighter; and Gower, the idealist.
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