Swiftie

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From Swift +‎ -ie.

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Swiftie (plural Swifties)

  1. (slang) A fan of American singer-songwriter and actress Taylor Swift.
    • 2012, Ina Esclamado, "Taylor Swift", Cord Music Magazine, April 2012, page 26:
      Today was the day, and it hadn't fully hit me till that very moment when the doors opened and I was rushing to the front of the stage and standing amongst the thousands of fellow Swifties.
    • 2013, Sean Keeley, "Grammys: the good, the bad and the ugly", The Heights (Boston College), Volume 94, Number 8, 14 February 2013, page B4:
      Even for devoted Swifties, it's hard to deny that her surrealist nightmare of a Grammy performance was a definite miscalculation.
    • 2013, Colin Orthmann, "Party Animals", Sound, Phrase & Fury, Volume 1, Issue 5, September/October 2013, page 35:
      “RED” makes you think of Taylor Swift, so maybe we can get some confused Swifties to buy our album.
    • 2022 December 17, Judith Newman, “John Fetterman’s TikTok Whisperer”, in The New York Times[1], ISSN 0362-4331:
      Fresh off a frantic election cycle, the former Fetterman campaign social media producer — and dedicated Swiftie — takes time to shake it off.

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