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supply-sider

[ suh-plahy-sahy-der ]
/ səˈplaɪˌsaɪ dər /
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noun
a person, especially an economist, who advocates supply-side economics.
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Origin of supply-sider

First recorded in 1975–80; supply-side + -er1
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