One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Originally: a person who describes something or someone; specifically one who gives (mere) descriptions that are free from evaluation, explanation, etc. Later chiefly: a person who believes in the importance or priority of description; an adherent or advocate of descriptivism.
Of or relating to descriptionists.
Early 19th century. From description + -ist.
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