Definition of Faddists

1. Noun. (plural of faddist) ¹



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Definition of Faddists

1. faddist [n] - See also: faddist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Faddists

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faddists (current term)
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Literary usage of Faddists

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1. The Newer Knowledge of Nutrition: The Use of Food for the Preservation of by Elmer Verner McCollum (1922)
"Food faddists Frequently Discredit Themselves by Their Philosophy.—While some of the arguments offered in sober earnestness in support of abstinence from ..."

2. Piccadilly to Pall Mall: Manners, Morals, and Man by Ralph Nevill, Charles Edward Jerningham (1909)
"Like most of the futile measures of restriction dear to faddists and cranks, such a prohibition seems useless, meddlesome, and absurd. ..."

3. Paraguay on Shannon: The Price of a Political Priesthood ; Remarks on Policy by Frank Hugh O'Donnell (1908)
"ANGLO-INDIAN faddists WHERE PEASANT PROPRIETORS SUCCEED UNKNOWN IN IRELAND THE COMING OF THE JEW—THE IRISH-AMERICAN LESSON. THERE are said to be two parties ..."

4. The Bookman (1907)
"Dr. В. Е. Smith quotes me as having said that the faddists claimed to have the support of the American Philological Association ; and he goes on to explain ..."

5. Pamphlets by Alfred Russel Wallace, George F. Adams, William Tebb, Maurice C. Ashley, Charles Woodhull Eaton, Clara Barrus, John W. Hodge, Dahlke, Thomas Nichol, H. Donner, Charles Fessenden Nichols, Orpheus Everts, John H. Bonner, Amos J. Givens, Homer Valmore Hal (1907)
"It is now conceded by the germ faddists themselves that air contact is the least to be feared of all. A perusal of the recorded accounts of Lister's heroic ..."

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