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Fidelista

[ fee-de-lee-stuh; Spanish fee-the-lees-tah ]
/ ˌfi dɛˈli stə; Spanish ˌfi ðɛˈlis tɑ /
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noun, plural Fi·de·lis·tas [fee-de-lee-stuhz; Spanish fee-the-lees-tahs]. /ˌfi dɛˈli stəz; Spanish ˌfi ðɛˈlis tɑs/.
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Origin of Fidelista

1955–60; <Spanish fidelista, equivalent to Fidel (Castro) + -ista-ist

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How to use Fidelista in a sentence

  • A devout fidelista, Brugeras told close friends that “Fidel will not recover from this.”

    The Day Castro Wept|A. L. Bardach|September 17, 2009|DAILY BEAST
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