Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun One who believes that a certain group is or should be supreme.

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  • noun A person who advocates the supremacy of one particular group over all others

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a person who advocates the supremacy of some particular group or race over all others

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Examples

  • So if you believe you race is weak, how can you be described as a supremacist?

    Cakap Tak Serupa Bikin

  • To me, this smacks of a kind of supremacist attitude.

    It is interesting that Sir George Young took the opportunity...

  • He's on record as complaining about all languages other than English being used in Cardiff, yet he manages to say Welsh speakers are 'supremacist' because they'd like two rather than one language.

    Dan O'Neill open thread

  • The critic Terry Eagleton talks to the NS about the "supremacist" outlook of Martin Amis, and the new mood of student radicalism in Britain's universities.

    New Statesman

  • One vicar declared that the mosque proposal was a 'supremacist' act; another warned it was a 'political statement' rather than a religious one by the Islamic community.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Now, the BJP can reasonably be approximated as "Hindu nationalist", but it is gratuitous for the FT to describe it as a Hindu "supremacist" without justifying the label.

    The Acorn

  • Now, the BJP can reasonably be approximated as "Hindu nationalist", but it is gratuitous for the FT to describe it as a Hindu "supremacist" without justifying the label.

    The Acorn

  • Now, the BJP can reasonably be approximated as "Hindu nationalist", but it is gratuitous for the FT to describe it as a Hindu "supremacist" without justifying the label.

    The Acorn

  • Now, the BJP can reasonably be approximated as "Hindu nationalist", but it is gratuitous for the FT to describe it as a Hindu "supremacist" without justifying the label.

    The Acorn

  • Now, the BJP can reasonably be approximated as "Hindu nationalist", but it is gratuitous for the FT to describe it as a Hindu "supremacist" without justifying the label.

    The Acorn

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