diehard vs traditionalist what difference

what is difference between diehard and traditionalist

English

Alternative forms

  • die-hard

Etymology

From the verb phrase die hard.

Pronunciation

Adjective

diehard (comparative more diehard, superlative most diehard)

  1. Unreasonably or stubbornly resisting change.
  2. Fanatically opposing progress or reform.
  3. Complete; having no opposite opinion of anything in a particular topic of one’s values; thorough of in one’s beliefs.

Synonyms

  • See also Thesaurus:obstinate

Translations

Noun

diehard (plural diehards)

  1. A person with such an attitude.

Translations

Anagrams

  • dihedra


English

Etymology

From traditional +‎ -ist.

Noun

traditionalist (plural traditionalists)

  1. A person who adheres to tradition, especially in cultural or religious practices.
  2. A person who believes in the traditional teaching of Hell (Gehenna) as eternal conscious torment (ECT) for the wicked.
  3. (climbing) A traditional climbing climber.

Antonyms

  • annihilationist
  • conditionalist
  • destructionist
  • reformer
  • reformist

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