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fattism

/ (ˈfætɪzəm) /
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noun
discrimination on the basis of weight, esp prejudice against those considered to be overweight
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Derived forms of fattism

fattist, noun, adjective

Word Origin for fattism

C20: from fat + -ism, on the model of racism
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