Definitions

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  • n. An advocate of extinctionism.

Etymologies

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extinction +‎ -ist

Examples

  • They seem to think you can talk to their leaders not the leaders with the "extinctionist" policies, who you won't talk to, but the ones who've made so many concessions that when the concessions are leaked on a website the leaders feel very embarrassed even while you're knocking down their homes.

    Christina Patterson: Israel Needs Its Friends More Than Ever

  • Everyone, or perhaps I mean everyone in the West, knows that the suicide bombs, and the rockets, and the "extinctionist policy", are a very bad idea, but quite a lot of people in the West, and particularly people in America, seem to think stealing other people's land and houses isn't.

    Christina Patterson: Israel Needs Its Friends More Than Ever

  • It was, he said, there in the suicide bombers, and the "rockets fired blindly" into Israeli towns, and in the "extinctionist policy" towards Israel of Hamas.

    Christina Patterson: Israel Needs Its Friends More Than Ever

  • Geeze, I just came here to see if you could shed some light on the Greek snippet of poetry… here I am caught up in the stuff I do on a daily basis… how many other extinctionist linguistic maneuvers are being researched by outsiders in post-secondary educational institutions I wonder, and for what purpose?

    languagehat.com: NOOTKA DICTIONARY.

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