Once a doctor who did not order wine during convalescence was looked upon as a faddist.
Oh, you know what a faddist she is over that Girl Scout organization!
Given a consecrated house of prayer, anyone who isn't a faddist ought to be able to pray in it.
Whatever faults or foibles might be ascribed to Miss Elliot, she was no faddist.
Look in the dictionary and you will find that the enthusiast is not the faddist.
Don't pay any attention to the faddist who gives you a rigorous diet or unpalatable food.
"In some things I am a faddist," Miss Arkwright had said the morning after his arrival.
As it happened, I could, since I knew from his niece that it was one on which Mr. Carruthers had been a faddist in his time.
If you say anything yourself out of the beaten track, you know that you will be looked down upon as a fool or a faddist.
He is democratic in the current sense of the word, but neither a doctrinaire nor a faddist.