[ UK /fˈɛtɪʃˌɪst/ ]
[ US /ˈfɛtɪʃəst, ˈfɛtɪʃɪst/ ]
  1. one who engages in fetishism (especially of a sexual nature)
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How To Use fetishist In A Sentence

  • No, men's bodybuilding has its niche market; women's bodybuilding has no market; what little market it has is made up of schmoes and fetishists.
  • The watch fetishist over at the shop dug through his drawers and found this.
  • But regardless, these reissues are welcome news for sunshine pop fetishists and casual fans of 60s pop alike.
  • The parts don't add up to a whole self-portrait; the female body is broken into fragments that are ornamented with fetishistic attention.
  • Perhaps the saddest family man fetishist is the poor chick who read too much Anais Nin at an early age and became obsessed with the idea of being A Mistress.
  • They also gave him other short crush clips for free and introduced some foreign crush fetishist websites as an extra service.
  • The novel is irritating because of the author's endless, fetishistic revisiting of the same nihilist themes he has explored since his first book.
  • For one thing, just as the protagonists are fetishistically attached to cinematic images, Isabelle and Theo are no less unwholesomely attached to one another, and this very attachment is yet another attachment to an image.
  • Age-old traditions are mixed with digital sci-fi themes; hints of religious ritual merge with almost fetishist fantasies; hyperrealist techniques reinforce idealised stereotypes; and backstreet culture is given the glamour treatment. This week's new exhibitions
  • The whole film has an attractive, dark, fetishistic gleam, too.
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