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supremacist

[ suh-prem-uh-sist, soo- ]
/ səˈprɛm ə sɪst, sʊ- /
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noun

a person who believes in or advocates the supremacy of a particular group, especially a racial group: a white supremacist.

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Origin of supremacist

First recorded in 1945–50; supremac(y) + -ist
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British Dictionary definitions for supremacist

supremacist
/ (sʊˈprɛməsɪst, sjʊ-) /

noun

a person who promotes or advocates the supremacy of any particular group

adjective

characterized by belief in the supremacy of any particular group

Derived forms of supremacist

supremacism or suprematism, noun
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