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chauvinist

chau·vin·ist / ˈshōvənist/ • n. a person displaying aggressive or exaggerated patriotism. ∎  a person displaying excessive or prejudiced loyalty or support for a particular cause, group, or gender: what a male chauvinist that man is. • adj. showing or relating to such excessive or prejudiced support or loyalty: a chauvinist slur. DERIVATIVES: chau·vin·is·tic / ˌshōvəˈnistik/ adj. chau·vin·is·ti·cal·ly / ˌshōvəˈnistik(ə)lē/ adv.

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