Definition of Jingoism

1. Noun. An appeal intended to arouse patriotic emotions.

Exact synonyms: Flag Waving
Generic synonyms: Demagoguery, Demagogy
Derivative terms: Jingoist, Jingoistic



2. Noun. Fanatical patriotism.

Definition of Jingoism

1. n. The policy of the Jingoes, so called. See Jingo, 2.

Definition of Jingoism

1. Noun. Excessive patriotism or aggressive nationalism especially with regards to foreign policy. ¹

2. Noun. A jingoistic attitude, comment, etc. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Jingoism

1. the spirit or policy of jingoes [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jingoism

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jingler
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jingles
jinglet
jinglets
jinglier
jingliest
jingling
jinglingly
jingly
jingo
jingoes
jingoish
jingoism (current term)
jingoisms
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jingoists
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jingoized
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jings
jinjili
jinjilis
jink
jinked
jinker

Literary usage of Jingoism

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1. The Wall Street Point of View by Henry Clews (1900)
"The absence of "jingoism" was a conspicuous feature of the Harrison regime. — Harrison as an orator. ... In it jingoism was conspicuous by its absence. ..."

2. A History of England by James Franck Bright (1889)
""jingoism" became the distinctive name for the advocates of a self-asserting imperial policy. In spite of the strongest protests on the part of the ..."

3. A History of England by James Franck Bright (1888)
""jingoism" became the distinctive name for the advocates of a self-asserting imperial policy. In spite of the strongest protests on the part of the ..."

4. The Origins and Destiny of Imperial Britain and Nineteenth Century Europe by John Adam Cramb (1915)
"COSMOPOLITANISM AND jingoism Nor is this heroism, and the devotion which inspires it, shut within the tented field or confined to the battle-line. ..."

5. The Cambrian (1897)
"jingoism. Speaking at Toronto recently before a mixed audience of British. ... What is jingoism? it is a travesty of patriotism which has ..."

6. America and the New World-state: A Plea for American Leadership in by Norman Angell (1915)
"... it"—The doctrine of "the strenuous life"—The law of social progress—American jingoism imported from Europe—Why we escaped war with England —The "finest ..."

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