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consumerist

[ kuhn-soo-mer-ist ]
/ kənˈsu mər ɪst /
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noun

Also called consumer advocate. a person who is dedicated to protecting and promoting the welfare and rights of consumers.

adjective

of or relating to consumer interests or consumerism.

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Origin of consumerist

First recorded in 1965–70; consumer + -ist
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