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secessionist (n.)

1860, first recorded in U.S. context, from secession + -ist (colloquial short form secesh, noun and adjective, is attested from 1861); the earlier noun had been seceder, but this had religious overtones, especially in reference to Scottish Church history.

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Definitions of secessionist

secessionist (n.)
an advocate of secessionism;
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