supremist

n.

1640s, from supreme + -ist.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Examples from the Web for supremist

Historical Examples of supremist

  • If this Undersecretary were not actually a member he was at least a supporter of the Supremist line.

    Brink of Madness

    Walter J. Sheldon

  • It was a complete mystery how a man became a Supremist, how they kept getting new members all the time.

    Brink of Madness

    Walter J. Sheldon

  • A Supremist congressman introduced a bill today before the world delegates which may prove very dangerous.

    Brink of Madness

    Walter J. Sheldon

  • They're behind the Supremist movement—a deliberate attempt to take over the government.

    Brink of Madness

    Walter J. Sheldon