Definition of supremacist in English:

supremacist

Syllabification: su·prem·a·cist
Pronunciation: /səˈpreməsist, so͞o-
 
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noun

  • An advocate of the supremacy of a particular group, especially one determined by race or sex: a white supremacist
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    • The neo-fascists and white supremacists organized in groups like Hale's ‘Creativity’ movement are miniscule in number.
    • Group members and other white supremacists have responded with evident delight at the latest killings.
    • Like other white supremacists, most of whom lacked anything approaching his talents and intellectual sophistication, Davidson found himself increasingly isolated even in the South.

adjective

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  • Relating to or advocating supremacy of a particular group.
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    • Based on fundamentalist revolutionary ideas, Fascism defines itself through intense xenophobia, militarism, and supremacist ideals.
    • The BJP's Hindu supremacist agenda was central to its formation and its political advances.
    • They make clear their contempt for supremacist doctrine in ‘All the Young Fascists’.

Derivatives

supremacism

Pronunciation: /-ˌsizəm/
noun
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  • How did white supremacism, and the populist politics of racial solidarity, offer them a kind of perverse security within that world?
  • Finally, unionism's supremacism is said to be evinced in sexist features of unionist political thought and action.
  • Humanism here means something like ‘human supremacism.’

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