provincialism[ pruh-vin-shuh-liz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF provincialism
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROVINCIALISM
I never intended to curse the people with a provincialism so vast as this.
The provincialism with which I had cursed his people extended to himself.
But, compared with the provincialism of the South of 1860, he is a cosmopolitan.
In this way they kept themselves free from the taint of provincialism.
We could not give her over to a lumberman, doubly accursed by wealth and provincialism.
This provincialism is correct for Lancashire, and as far as I know for Cumberland.
This shows the worst kind of provincialism and a vulgar spirit.
"I imagine that Grayson will make a display of provincialism to-night," he said.
This strictly Lancastrian provincialism is supposed to be a corruption of “choose how.”
Its disease might seem to have been an aggravated form of provincialism.