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unreconstructed

adjective uk   /ˌʌn.riː.kənˈstrʌk.tɪd/ often humorous us  
having opinions or behaving in a way not considered to be modern or politically acceptable in modern times: She describes herself as an unreconstructed feminist.
Translations of “unreconstructed”
in Chinese (Traditional) (觀點或行爲方式)頑固守舊的,食古不化的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (观点或行为方式)顽固守旧的,食古不化的…
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