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antibuser

or an·ti·bus·ser

[ an-tee-buhs-er, an-tahy- ]
/ ˌæn tiˈbʌs ər, ˌæn taɪ- /
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noun

a person who opposes the busing of students to schools outside their neighborhoods, especially as a means of achieving socioeconomic or racial diversity among students in a public school.

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Origin of antibuser

An Americanism dating back to 1970–75; antibus(ing) + -er1
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