Definition of Jingoists

1. Noun. (plural of jingoist) ¹



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Definition of Jingoists

1. jingoist [n] - See also: jingoist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jingoists

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jinglets
jinglier
jingliest
jingling
jinglingly
jingly
jingo
jingoes
jingoish
jingoism
jingoisms
jingoist
jingoistic
jingoistically
jingoists (current term)
jingoize
jingoized
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jings
jinjili
jinjilis
jink
jinked
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jinkers
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jinkies
jinkiest
jinking

Literary usage of Jingoists

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1. The Soul of America: A Constructive Essay in the Sociology of Religion by Stanton Coit (1914)
"Yet because such self-deification has been expressed in the Bible, and ever since by the vulgar jingoists of Israel, exactly as it has been expressed by the ..."

2. The Foreign Relations of China: A History and a Survey by Mingchien Joshua Bau (1922)
"While this dream was not entertained by all Japanese, it was nevertheless the ambition of some of them, particularly the jingoists. ..."

3. The Economic Review by Christian Social Union (Great Britain), Oxford University Branch (1897)
"Nor do we sink to the level of mere jingoists in so doing. For jingoism is the denial of patriotism, since it is the assertion that the ..."

4. The Foreign Relations of China Part III: The Policy of Japan in China by Mingchien Joshua Bau (1921)
"While this dream is not entertained by all Japanese, it is nevertheless the ambition of some of them, particularly the jingoists. ..."

5. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1897)
"... that we hear of so often during the periodical twistings of the British Lion's tail by our zealous jingoists, we fear would suffer an unpleasant ..."

6. Woodrow Wilson and His Work by William Edward Dodd (1921)
"The jingoists of the type of d'Annunzio aided the Giolitti) group. Suddenly a powerful opposition appeared in Parliament. The moderate Government was ..."

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