Etymology
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voyeuristic (adj.)
1919, from voyeur + -istic. Related: Voyeuristically.
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anachronistic (adj.)
"erroneous in date, involving anachronism," 1775; see anachronism + -istic.
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stylistic (adj.)
"of or relating to style," 1843; see style (n.) + -istic.
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euphemistic (adj.)
1830; see euphemism + -istic. Related: Euphemistically (1833).
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narcissistic (adj.)

"marked by excessive self-love," 1912, see narcissism + -istic. Sometimes erroneously as narcistic. Related: Narcissistically.

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atavistic (adj.)
"pertaining to atavism," 1847; from stem of atavism + -istic.
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cannibalistic (adj.)
"characterized by cannibalism," 1840, from cannibal + -istic. Elder, but swallowed up by the later word, were cannibalic, cannibalish (both from 1824), cannibalean (c. 1600).
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animalistic (adj.)
"characterized by animalism" in the negative sense; "motivated by sensual appetites," 1877; see animal (n.) + -istic.
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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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