idealism[ ahy-dee-uh-liz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF idealism
Synonyms for idealism
- good cheer
- looking on bright side
- rose-colored glasses
Antonyms for idealism
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All Americans have witnessed this idealism, and some for the first time.
Idealism was not very popular, he said, but thank God he was an idealist.
From the very beginning, the American people have been characterized by idealism.
But this romanticism is, as it were, a segment of the larger circle of idealism.
The characteristic attitude of the American mind, as we have seen, is one of idealism.
It revealed, beneath the hardness of a warrior, something else; the idealism of a poet.
He is the father of idealism in philosophy, in politics, in literature.
He goes beyond facts in his scepticism, as they did in their idealism.
Locke cannot be truly regarded as the author of sensationalism any more than of idealism.
The irony of Plato sometimes veils from us the height of idealism to which he soars.
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