Their pursuits are individualist, and many seek to be expatriates.
This nation of immigrants is more go-getting and individualist than their European counterparts.
Like many of them he was an individualist but not, as in the popular conception of that word, an eccentric.
Bentham, then, objects to the Jacobin theory as too absolute and too 'individualist.'
"The God of the individualist," he said at length—musingly, not accusingly.
But the individualist insists that there are definite limits to its truth.
They are questions that would be equally open to discussion in relation to an individualist State or to any sort of State.
How curious an admission for an individualist, for an artist!
But I see that you are in a high degree what all women are to a greater extent than men—an individualist.
Society, says the individualist, is made up of all its members.