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Etymology

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Brexit +‎ -er.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /ˈbɹɛɡzɪtə(ɹ)/, /ˈbɹɛksɪtə(ɹ)/

Noun

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Brexiter (plural Brexiters)

  1. (UK politics) Synonym of Brexiteer
    • 2016 February 20, Timothy Garton Ash, “Here’s how to argue with a Brexiter – and win”, in The Guardian[1], title:
      Here’s how to argue with a Brexiter – and win
    • 2016 March 2, Deborah Orr, “What do Trump and Brexiters have in common? A disregard for all but themselves”, in The Guardian[2]:
      Trump and the Tory Brexiters are cut from the same cloth.
    • 2016 June 21, Jonathan Eyal, “Brexiter's call for amnesty for illegals seen as a gimmick”, in The Straits Times[3]:
      The proposal, made ahead of Thursday's crucial vote on Britain's continued EU membership, is designed to deflect accusations that Brexiters - as supporters of Britain's exit from the EU are popularly known - have used crude anti-immigrant and racist slogans to pollute the political debate during the EU referendum campaign and may have even indirectly inspired last week's murder of Mrs Jo Cox, a local opposition MP and fervent migration defender.

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