Definition of Militarisms

1. militarism [n] - See also: militarism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Militarisms

militar
militaresque
militaria
militarian
militarians
militaries
militarily
militariness
militarisation
militarisations
militarise
militarised
militarises
militarising
militarism
militarisms (current term)
militarist
militaristic
militarists
militarization
militarizations
militarize
militarized
militarizes
militarizing
military
military-academy
military-entertainment complex
military-industrial complex
military-school

Literary usage of Militarisms

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1. Democracy in Education: A Social Interpretation of the History of Education by Joseph Kinmont Hart (1918)
"... legalisms, and militarisms. Deep under the surface of such an age energies are buried that will yet come to light and life. A mechanical age must always ..."

2. Democracy in Education: A Social Interpretation of the History of Education by Joseph Kinmont Hart (1918)
"... legalisms, and militarisms. Deep under the surface of such an age energies are buried that will yet come to light and life. A mechanical age must always ..."

3. Social Wrongs and State Responsibilities by William Jandus (1913)
"The imperialisms and militarisms have always been, and are now, the distinctive features of commercial dominions. The world's competitive products are ..."

4. The Inside Story of the Peace Conference by Emile Joseph Dillon (1920)
"For it was also a trysting-place for the ghosts of sovereignties and states, militarisms and racial ambitions, which were permitted to wander at large until ..."

5. My Diaries: Being a Personal Narrative of Events 1888-1914 by Wilfrid Scawen Blunt (1921)
"... then he got round to the subject of my visit, the militarisms and brutalities of the day, the idealization of football and all games of force, ..."

6. The Reconstruction of Religion: A Sociological View by Charles Abram Ellwood (1922)
"... and militarisms. Plato had said, 'The world is made of ideas'; Jesus said, 'Build your world out of love and service and sympathy. ..."

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