antibusing

antibusing
adjective Date: circa 1969 opposed to the busing of schoolchildren <
antibusing parents
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antibusing campaign
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  • antibusing — ˌ adjective Etymology: anti (I) + busing (herein) : opposed to the busing of schoolchildren antibusing parents antibusing campaign * * * /an tee bus ing, an tuy /, adj. opposing legislation that requires the busing of students from one school or… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • antibusing — an·ti·busing …   English syllables

  • antibusing — an•ti•bus•ing [[t]ˌæn tiˈbʌs ɪŋ, ˌæn taɪ [/t]] adj. cvb gov opposed to the busing of students from one school or school district to another to achieve racial balance • Etymology: 1965–70, amer. an ti•bus′er, n …   From formal English to slang

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