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ethos

noun as in philosophy

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Her move also broke with the “own the libs” ethos of today’s GOP.

It has fueled the “eat the rich” ethos behind the GameStop frenzy.

This spirited, trial-and-error ethos courses through New York University’s theatrical production wing, which has been holding live performances since last October.

From Quartz

The company did just hire a CFO, which makes this move appear in concert with its general ethos, so more to come there we presume.

On the mainland, the pandemic has inspired projects guided by the doughnut’s ethos.

From Time

When Cocker took on board the black American ethos, he turned it into something completely different.

The best, or at least most successful, are bridging the gap between punk-rock DIY ethos and social-media savvy.

But very little of the ISIS ethos has to do with hitting the Freedom Tower or the Capitol Dome.

The emphasis on freshness and simplicity laid forth by the governmental guidelines is in line with his cooking ethos.

More importantly, the evangelistic ethos is supposed to infuse everyday life.

For in the view of those who distinguish harmonia from tonos it is the harmonia upon which the ethos of music depends.

These moveable notes, then, give an ethos to the music because they determine the genus of the scale.

"Ethics" were things which pertained to the ethos and therefore the things which were the37 standard of right.

By virtue of the latter element the mores are traits in the specific character (ethos) of a society or a period.

In the war with Russia, in 1904, this people showed what a group is capable of when it has a strong ethos.

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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ethos, such as: ideology, mentality, mindset, spirit, attitude, and beliefs.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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