jingoism

[ jing-goh-iz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF jingoism

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Jingoism, a sort of swell bucket-shop business—you know the tone.

Has his open-air moods, too, and amuses me with his Jingoism.

Jack's speech is the antithesis of Jingoism; it is also not—well, Northamptonish.

The pseudo-national spirit of jingoism is the meanest and the most dangerous.

But jingoism says "French blood has been spilled: Honor is at stake!"

Especially did the Hobson exploit fire the spirit of jingoism.

The author of The Turmoil could never be accused of jingoism.

This mass attraction, which works like a magnet, is the positive side of jingoism.

And Jingoism became in the mouths of the Liberals a keen weapon of satire.

He would put up with all her silly Jingoism—if only she would stay!

WORD ORIGIN

1878, from jingo + -ism. Related: Jingoist; jingoistic.

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