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Following or advocating Marxism, especially (depreciative) on the basis of a superficial understanding or uncritical interpretation of Marx's works.
A proponent of a simplistic or superficial form of Marxism.
1940s; earliest use found in Leo Spitzer (1887–1960). From the name of Karl Marx + -oid.
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