Definition of Industrialism

1. Noun. An economic system built on large industries rather than on agriculture or craftsmanship.

Generic synonyms: Economic System, Economy
Derivative terms: Industrialise, Industrialist, Industrialize



Definition of Industrialism

1. n. Devotion to industrial pursuits; labor; industry.

Definition of Industrialism

1. Noun. The socio-economic system based upon the industrial production of manufactured goods, rather than on agriculture. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Industrialism

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Industrialism

industrial store
industrial strength
industrial tribunal
industrial tribunals
industrial union
industrial waste
industrial watercourse
industrialisation
industrialisations
industrialise
industrialised
industrialiser
industrialisers
industrialises
industrialising
industrialism (current term)
industrialisms
industrialist
industrialists
industrialization
industrializations
industrialize
industrialized
industrializer
industrializers
industrializes
industrializing
industrially
industrials
industries

Literary usage of Industrialism

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1. War Aims & Peace Ideals: Selections in Prose & Verse, Illustrating the by Tucker Brooke, Henry Seidel Canby (1919)
"Militarism we have always suspected: industrialism has borne a better character though ... What have militarism and industrialism to do with one another? ..."

2. An Introduction to the Study of Organized Labor in America by George Gorham Groat (1916)
"CHAPTER IV MODERN industrialism Were there no reasons other than historical ... When the labor supply is increased modern industrialism has no place for it ..."

3. An Introduction to the Study of Labor Problems by Gordon S. Watkins (1922)
"The Rise of Modern industrialism.—The fifth stage of economic evolution is the ... Modern industrialism is everywhere a product of the nineteenth century, ..."

4. History of Labour in the United States by John Rogers Commons, Don Divance Lescohier, Elizabeth Brandeis (1918)
"industrialism of the middle stratum, 534. "Craft industrialism," 534. The National Building Trades' Council, 535. The Structural Building Trades' Alliance ..."

5. The Development of Western Civilization: A Study in Ethical, Economic and by Jacob Dorsey Forrest (1906)
"The influences of industrialism are deeper than those of pioneer life, ... industrialism Turning now to the more important movement of this period, ..."

6. The Foundations of Indian Economics by Radhakamal Mukerjee (1916)
"CHAPTER X THE ETHICS OF INDIAN industrialism, AND ITS LESSONS FOR THE WEST THOUGH the line of the future industrial evolution of our country cannot be ..."

7. Public Health and Insurance: American Addresses by Arthur Newsholme (1920)
"The evils of industrialism like those of urbanization are happily being in a large ... Poverty The problems of industrialism in relation to health cannot be ..."

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