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Gaullist

[ goh-list, gaw- ]
/ ˈgoʊ lɪst, ˈgɔ- /
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noun
a supporter of the political principles of Charles de Gaulle.
a French person who supported the French resistance movement against the Nazi occupation in World War II.
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Origin of Gaullist

From the French word Gaullistes, dating back to 1940–45. See Charles de Gaulle, -ist

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British Dictionary definitions for Gaullist

Gaullist
/ (ˈɡəʊlɪst, ˈɡɔː-) /

noun
a supporter of Gaullism
adjective
of, characteristic of, supporting, or relating to Gaullism
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