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- n. One who has a sexual fetish.
- n. A believer in magical fetishes or talismans.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A worshiper of fetishes.
- Same as fetishistic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. one who engages in fetishism (especially of a sexual nature)
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For a word fetishist like me, this 1947 video from Encyclopedia Britannica is enough to bring tears of ...
The other is a word fetishist, the author of “The Language Instinct” and “Words and Rules.”
It's interesting, you know, I don't particularly consider myself a "fetishist", per se.
The person who’s attracted to all types is pressured to only admit to the socially acceptable ones, and anyone who admits to liking someone considered fat is labelled a fetishist, and this is a problem.
Perhaps what allows her to press the button is the unresolved ontological status of the box itself; the thought that it might be a prank (Arthur establishes that the box is empty) allows Norma to perform a kind of fetishist disavowal ( "this might not be real, so I might as well do it").
Radio Okapi, a local broadcaster funded by the United Nations, said the player dashed up the pitch incanting "fetishist" spells to weaken the opposing team.
Nyuki club was losing to local rivals Socozaki on Sunday when Nyuki's goalkeeper advanced up the pitch and tried to use "fetishist" spells to turn the tide of the match, Okapi said, without giving more details.
"Nyuki club was losing to local rivals Socozaki on Sunday when Nyuki's goalkeeper advanced up the pitch and tried to use" fetishist "spells to turn the tide of the match"
"fetishist" spells in an attempt to help his team defeat the Socozaki squad.
“Tetsuo: The Iron Man” is a black and white surreal Japanese cyberpunk film about a man that turns into a twisted heap of scrap metal due to an unfortunate run-in with a masochist/metal fetishist.