Definition of fascist in English:

fascist

Syllabification: fas·cist
Pronunciation: /ˈfaSHəst
 
/

noun

An advocate or follower of fascism.
More example sentences
  • I assumed it was to stop a fascist, racist dictator from forcing his views on the people of Britain.
  • British trade unions have a proud history of opposing British Nazis, fascists and racists.
  • The people who put forward that argument were fascists and neo-Nazis.
Synonyms
authoritarian, totalitarian, autocrat, extreme right-winger, rightist; Nazi, blackshirt; nationalist, xenophobe, racist, anti-Semite, jingoist; neofascist, neo-Nazi

adjective

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Of or relating to fascism: a military coup threw out the old fascist regime
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  • We do not call on the state to ban fascist organisations.
  • Tens of thousands of Chileans fled the brutal repression 60,000 in just the first three years of the fascist regime.
  • Their main objective was to remain independent of the fascist parties.
Synonyms
authoritarian, totalitarian, dictatorial, despotic, autocratic, undemocratic, illiberal; Nazi, extreme right-wing, rightist, militarist; nationalist(ic), xenophobic, racist, jingoistic

Derivatives

fascistic

Pronunciation: /faˈSHistik/
adjective
More example sentences
  • You seem pretty autocratic, or fascistic to me.
  • This is the totalitarian, fascistic vision of how to ‘do’ history.
  • Yet fascistic repression is apt to arrive in stages.

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