Definition of Journalisms

1. Noun. (plural of journalism) ¹



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Definition of Journalisms

1. journalism [n] - See also: journalism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Journalisms

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jour fixe
jour printer
jouravskite
journal article
journal bearing
journal box
journaled
journaler
journalers
journalese
journaleses
journaling
journalism
journalisms
journalist
journalist's privilege
journalistic
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journalistics
journalists
journalize
journalized
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journalizers
journalizes
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journall
journalling

Literary usage of Journalisms

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1. American Annual Register edited by Joseph Blunt (1832)
"... least countenancing some ulterior object ; thus constituting a new power in the nation, which the royalist party designated by the name of Journalisms. ..."

2. The Seven Lamps of Architecture by John Ruskin (1857)
"And all our schools of design, and committees of taste; all our academies and lectures, and journalisms, and essays; all the sacrifices which we are ..."

3. The Works of Thomas Carlyle by Thomas Carlyle, Henry Duff Traill (1896)
"1790. Constitution-building, and its difficulties and accompaniments. Clubs, Journalisms ; advent of anarchic souls from every quarter of the world. ..."

4. Selections and Essays by John Ruskin (1918)
"And all our schools of design, and committees of taste; all our academies and lectures, and journalisms, and essays; all the sacrifices which we are ..."

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