fatism

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noun fat·ism \ˈfat-ˌi-zəm\

Definition of fatism

  1. :  prejudice or discrimination against fat people Never has it been more socially and professionally unacceptable to be fat in Britain … . At a time when racism, sexism and ageism have become taboo, fatism is the last acceptable prejudice. — Carol Midgley, The Times (London), 16 Feb. 2001

fatist

\ˈfat-ist\ play adjective fatist jokes

fatist

noun, plural

fatists

accused of being a fatist

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First Known Use of fatism

1988


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