Fidelism

[ fi-del-iz-uh m ]
/ fɪˈdɛl ɪz əm /

noun

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Also called Fi·de·lis·mo [fee-de-leez-moh, -liz-; Spanish fee-th e-leez-maw] /ˌfi dɛˈliz moʊ, -ˈlɪz-; Spanish ˌfi ðɛˈliz mɔ/.

Origin of Fidelism

1955–60; Fidel (Castro) + -ism

OTHER WORDS FROM Fidelism

Fi·del·ist, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for fidelist

Fidelism
/ (fiːˈdɛlɪzəm) /

noun

belief in, adherence to, or advocacy of the principles of Fidel CastroAlso called: Castroism

Derived forms of Fidelism

Fidelist, noun
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