left-of-center

[left-uhv-sen-ter]
adjective
holding liberal views in politics; left-wing.

Origin:
1940–45

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Example sentences
It's a political creature designed to stake out a left-of-center position rather than incorporate the best ideas from both sides.
While the neighborhood does retain a definite live-and-let-live, left-of-center vibe, it's gone upscale these days.
But while the neighborhood does retain a definite live-and-let-live, left-of-center vibe, it's gone upscale these days.
He was stopped for driving left-of-center and marked lanes violations.
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