anti-vaxxer /antɪˈvaksə / anti-vaxer

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(US)
‹informal› a person who is opposed to vaccination, typically a parent who does not wish to vaccinate their child

experts say several diseases that are avoidable are making a comeback due to anti-vaxxers who refuse to vaccinate their kids.
– origin early 21st cent.: from anti-vax.

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