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Bonapartist

[ boh-nuh-pahr-tist ]
/ ˈboʊ nəˌpɑr tɪst /
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noun

an adherent of the Bonapartes or their policies.

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Origin of Bonapartist

1805–15; earlier Buonapartist.See Bonaparte, -ist

OTHER WORDS FROM Bonapartist

Bo·na·part·ism, noun
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