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Atlanticist

[ at-lan-tuh-sist ]
/ ætˈlæn tə sɪst /
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noun
a supporter of close military, political, and economic cooperation between Western Europe and the U.S.
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Origin of Atlanticist

First recorded in 1965–70; Atlantic + -ist

OTHER WORDS FROM Atlanticist

At·lan·ti·cism, noun
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