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  • n. Plural form of graffitist.

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Examples

  • Many 'graffitists' are legitimate artists who feel marginalised and persecuted.

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  • While his black-and-white pictures—more flattering than Diane Arbus's work, less glamorizing than Richard Avedon's—might seem a little tame in an age when it's hard to avoid photographic celebrations of plucky graffitists, defiant gang-bangers and regular folk who live around them, they had a real edge back then.

    The Edge of a New Frontier

  • The graffitists come and the pickpockets and the serious thieves.

    Portobello

  • As the Portobello climbed and dipped northwards and passed the old Electric Cinema, the decoration of shops and adornment of stalls became more colourful and bizarre, as if an army of graffitists or students of Banksy had been called in to make this the brightest market in London.

    Portobello

  • Ismael spoke of a companion wall for dead graffitists, flashing his wasted smile.

    Underworld

  • A spokesman for the Local Government Association, which represents town halls across the country, insisted: Environment volunteers are people who care passionately about their local area and want to protect it from vandals, graffitists and fly tippers.

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  • And it should have been her who defended the graffitists, daredevil kids who put color and spunk into the seismic blur of a rush-hour Monday.

    Underworld

  • Admirers would spray-paint a well-known Cuban saying, "Seremos Como El Che" (We Will Be Like Che) on walls around the capital, to which rival graffitists would respond by putting a single word underneath it: "fiambres."

    In Argentina, Che Guevara Finally Gets

  • At the very least, your suggestions of shooting graffitists will not play well with urban voters who would prefer to have fewer episodes of gun violence in the city.

    Governor Theodore

  • It was one of those slogans Black Company-inspired graffitists had used to taunt her for years.

    Soldiers Live

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