Indianist, n., adj.
/in"dee euh niz'euhm/, n.
1. action or policy for promoting the interests of Indians, esp. American Indians.
2. a word or usage considered to be characteristic of Indians, esp. American Indians.
[1645-55; INDIAN + -ISM]

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