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Dreyfusard

[ drahy-fuh-sahrd, -zahrd, drey-; drahy-fuh-sahrd, -zahrd, drey- ]
/ ˈdraɪ fəˌsɑrd, -ˌzɑrd, ˈdreɪ-; ˌdraɪ fəˈsɑrd, -ˈzɑrd, ˌdreɪ- /
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noun

a defender or supporter of Alfred Dreyfus.

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Origin of Dreyfusard

First recorded in 1895–1900; Dreyfus + -ard
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