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supremist

noun

one who takes supreme authority for him/herself; one who believes in the supremacy of one race, sex, or social group; also called supremacist

Word Origin

supremacy + -ist

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

    Brink of Madness Walter J. Sheldon
  • If this Undersecretary were not actually a member he was at least a supporter of the supremist line.

    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
Word Origin and History for supremist
n.

1640s, from supreme + -ist.

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