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completist

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Pronunciation: /kəmˈpliːtist
 
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Definition of completist in English:

noun

An obsessive, typically indiscriminate, collector or fan of something: this compilation of singles and B-sides has it usefulness for completists horror completists may find the film worth a sit-through
More example sentences
  • This also features some of the material I reference above, and obsessives and completists will want to track it down.
  • That said, like all weirdo songwriters destined to evolve into cranky, bearded hermits, he has inspired his own legion of obsessive completists.
  • The term ‘trainspotter’ needn't just be applied to drum 'n' bass obsessives or US sitcom completists.

Words that rhyme with completist

defeatist, Docetist, élitist, graffitist

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