Etymology
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monopolistic (adj.)

"relating to or promoting a monopoly or a system of monopolies," 1858; see monopoly + -istic.

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dualistic (adj.)

"of or pertaining to dualism," 1801; see dualism + -istic. Compare French dualistique (by 1764), German dualistisch(1787).

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archaistic (adj.)
"affectedly archaic," 1847; see archaic + -istic. Related: Archaist (n.), 1851.
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solipsistic (adj.)
1882, from solipsism + -istic. Related: Solipsist; solipsistically.
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oligopolistic (adj.)

"pertaining to or of the nature of an oligopoly," 1939; see oligopoly + -istic.

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holistic (adj.)

1926, from holism (q.v.) + -istic. Holistic medicine is attested by 1960. Related: Holistically.

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patristic (adj.)

"of or pertaining to the Church fathers," 1773, from patri- + -istic. Related: patristical (1819); patristics.

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cabbalistic (adj.)
"of or pertaining to cabbalists or the cabbala," 1620s, from cabbala + -istic. Cabbalistical is from 1590s.
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cladistic (adj.)
1960, from clade + -istic. Related: Cladistics "systematic classification of life forms" (1965; see -ics).
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naturalistic (adj.)

1840, in reference to the theological doctrine of naturalism; see natural + -istic. By 1849 as "aiming for realism, not formal or conventionalized."

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