reformist

[ri-fawr-mist]
noun
1.
a person who advocates or practices reform; reformer.
2.
a member of any reformed denomination.
adjective
3.
Also, reformistic. of or belonging to a movement for reform.

Origin:
1580–90; reform + -ist

reformism, noun
antireformist, noun, adjective
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reformism (rɪˈfɔːmɪzəm)
 
n
a doctrine or movement advocating reform, esp political or religious reform, rather than abolition
 
re'formist
 
n, —adj

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Example sentences
The younger ones-say, those under fifty-uniformly subscribe to the reformist
  version.
F the reformist prescriptions are bad ones, there may be something wrong with
  the reformist diagnoses on which they are based.
But our federal support for home mortgage finance will eventually require its
  own time in the reformist spotlight.
Were he a reformist, it is likely that he would have been silenced months ago.
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