right wing

noun
1.
members of a conservative or reactionary political party, or those opposing extensive political reform.
2.
such a political party or a group of such parties.
3.
that part of a political or social organization advocating a conservative or reactionary position: The union's right wing favored a moderate course of action.

Origin:
1930–35

right-wing, adjective
right-winger, noun
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right wing
 
n
1.  (often capitals) the conservative faction of an assembly, party, etc
2.  the part of an army or field of battle on the right from the point of view of one facing the enemy
3.  a.  the right-hand side of the field of play from the point of view of a team facing its opponent's goal
 b.  a player positioned in this area in any of various games
 c.  the position occupied by such a player
 
adj
4.  of, belonging to, or relating to the right wing
 
'right-'winger
 
n

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Example sentences
He survived red-baiting and all of the attacks from the right wing.
We did a whole thing on political hashtags, and the right wing political
  hashtags are really big.
Oil and gas production is growing, despite what you hear in the right wing
  propaganda.
Also they are less likely to pursue unbiased information on the subject and
  rely instead on simplistic right wing propaganda.
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