Not my definition, Merriam-Webster's determination of how the term is used.Your definition is so broad as to be worthless. By your definition, how is Stalin's Soviet Union not considered fascist? Communism, like fascism, is inextricably linked to a set of economic organizational concepts.
Stalin's Soviet Union elevated the worker over the state. That's kind of the whole of point of Communism, at least rhetorically.
Just out of curiosity, what do you feel should be the economic markers of fascism that differentiate it from communism?