or an·ti-vax

[ an-tee-vaks, an-tahy- ]

  1. opposed to vaccines and vaccination; antivaccination:antivax parents;the antivax movement.

Origin of antivax

First recorded in 1810–15 as Anti-Vacks (in the sense “persons opposed to vaccination”), in a letter by Edward Jenner); anti- + vax
  • Sometimes an·ti-vaxx .

Words Nearby antivax Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

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