1. Factionalist definition is - an advocate of or adherent to factionalism.
2. Factionalist synonyms, Factionalist pronunciation, Factionalist translation, English dictionary definition of Factionalist
3. Factionalist (plural Factionalists)
4. Smith explains that factionalism is the greatest corrupter of the moral sentiments, but he also goes on to say that the conduct of Factionalists is the sort that keeps the impartial spectator (the imagined perspective we use to judge both our own and others’ conduct) out of reach.
5. Its stifling bureaucracy, the absence of a sizeable, state-independent entrepreneurial class and Factionalist, inward-looking trade unions and a political class addicted to patron-client relations have combined to bring the country to the brink of collapse
6. Social Change: A Factionalist Perspective 3
7. 12 execution of Jang Song Thaek, widely considered the second most powerful figure in the hermit nation, when he boasted of eliminating “Factionalist filth.”
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9. It is mathematically explicitly an anti-consensus Factionalist method
10. It's a Factionalist pick, intended to send a Factionalist message
11. Factionalist definition is - an advocate of or adherent to factionalism
12. I mean, if you don't love weird Factionalist history, socialism might not be for you
13. Factionalist activities included trying to hijack our PCUSA Midwest District Facebook Page, hijacking our emails, sabotage, etc
14. Thus fosters Factionalist tendencies
15. Trotsky behaves like a despicable careerist and Factionalist of the Ryazanov-and-co type
16. SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Kim Jong Un boasted Wednesday that North Korea enters the new year on a surge of strength because of the elimination of ‘‘Factionalist filth’’ — a reference
17. Ntuane's lawyers declare further: "Client feels very strongly about this as he has established a reputation as a non-Factionalist, discourages factionalism and lobbying for office on factional
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18. SEOUL, South Korea — Kim Jong-un boasted on Wednesday that North Korea enters the new year on a surge of strength because of the elimination of “Factionalist filth” — a reference to the
19. After Mbalula makes hasty withdrawal on full taxi loads, Santaco calls him ‘Factionalist’ Charles Cilliers Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula sanitising taxi passengers at Bree taxi rank
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20. 1) That we distance ourselves from the Media Statements that was released by these faceless Factionalist
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21. The Crusaders will never set foot in Basra or Yemen, and definitely not Qeshm, the Rhomanoi, Georgians, Papacy, logistics, and their own Factionalist infighting will not allow them to conquer all of the Middle East, that'd be very ASB.
FACTIONALIST [ˈfakSH(ə)nəˌlizəm, ˈfakSH(ə)nlˌizəm]
an example of writing or speech consisting of or containing meaningless words. a petty gangster or ruffian. Factionalism is a class spirit which will sacrifice the interest of the whole to the interest of the class. The sources of this factionalism were varied, and some of them had little to do with the affairs of Virginia.
Madison defines a faction as "a number of citizens, whether amounting to a minority or majority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest, adverse to the rights of other citizens, or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community." 
It is also highly unlikely that any sizeable political organisation is wholly united in purpose, so arguably factions simply represent a way of managing pre-existing differences within the organisation. The Founding Fathers of the American constitution, explicitly warned against the dangers of party factionalism.
A climate of intense factional conflict can also motivate individuals to focus on attacking their factional enemies rather than furthering the broader organisation. Despite this, the benefits of factional systems are often overlooked. It is often incomprehensible to outsiders why members of a broader organisation would engage in factionalism.