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feudist

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[ fyoo-dist ]
/ ˈfyu dɪst /
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noun

a person who participates in a feud.

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Origin of feudist

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An Americanism dating back to 1900–05; feud1 + -ist

Definition for feudist (2 of 2)

feudist2
[ fyoo-dist ]
/ ˈfyu dɪst /

noun

a writer or authority on feudal law.

Origin of feudist

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First recorded in 1600–10; feud2 + -ist
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British Dictionary definitions for feudist

feudist
/ (ˈfjuːdɪst) /

noun

US a person who takes part in a feud or quarrel
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