Definition of Fusionists

1. Noun. (plural of fusionist) ¹



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Definition of Fusionists

1. fusionist [n] - See also: fusionist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fusionists

fusion reactor
fusion reactors
fusion rocket
fusion rockets
fusion tag
fusion tags
fusion temperature
fusional
fusional movement
fusioneer
fusioneers
fusionesque
fusionism
fusionisms
fusionist
fusionists (current term)
fusionlike
fusions
fusiony
fusobacterium
fusobacterium infections
fusobacterium necrophorum
fusobacterium nucleatum
fusocellular
fusogen
fusogenic
fusogenic vesicle
fusogenicity
fusoid
fusoid-ventricose

Literary usage of Fusionists

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1. Correspondence & Conversations of Alexis de Tocqueville with Nassau William by Nassau William Senior, Alexis “de” Tocqueville (1872)
"The bulk, then, of the Royalists are fusionists ; but though all the fusionists agree in believing that the only government that can be permanent in France ..."

2. Maine: A History by Maine Historical Society, American Historical Society (1919)
"The Council, angered re ^ '^ ing to confirm fusionists if the previous officer had been a Fus" confirm only those fusionists whose county was still ..."

3. A Political History of the State of New York by De Alva Stanwood Alexander (1906)
"CHAPTER XXIV THE FIGHT OF THE fusionists 1860 AFTER the return of the Softs from Baltimore the condition of the Democratic party became a subject of much ..."

4. Rome and Jerusalem: A Study in Jewish Nationalism by Moses Hess (1918)
"... without sects—Salvador—fusionists and Freemasons—Hirsch—The pretended catting of the Jew in exile. You are certainly in error, dear friend, ..."

5. The History of Maine by John Stevens Cabot Abbott, Edward Henry Elwell (1892)
"... Proceedings Condemned by the Supreme Court — fusionists Elect Governor by Plurality Vote in 1830 — Republicans Return to Power in 1882. ..."

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