boosterish

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adjective boost·er·ish \ˈbü-stə-rish\

Definition of boosterish

  1. :  typical or suggestive of boosters or boosterism :  marked by or showing extremely or excessively enthusiastic support for something Beginning in 1943 … American musical theater proffered an upbeat nationalism that mirrored the country's increasingly boosterish mood. — Carol Troyen, American Art, Summer 1993

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First Known Use of boosterish

1939


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