-IST appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):
- Vitaler Nebel mit Sinn ist im Leben relativ.
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Definition of -IST
What does -IST mean?
- Added to words to form nouns denoting
- One who follows a principle or system of belief.
- A member of a profession or one interested in something.
- A person who uses something.
- A person who holds biased views.
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by William Hill (lecturer.)
eX-ist means to be ; 1 make this con-ces-sion .
by Nathan Lazarus Benmohel
" Diot-ist means popular, and when the vernacular language of the Germans (as " it did after the introduction of Christianity) came to 'be contrasted with the " language of Rome, the Dutch or popular tongue came to be contrasted with the ...
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