Definition of Mentalisms
1. mentalism [n] - See also: mentalism
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mentalisms
Literary usage of Mentalisms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Prison Question by Charles Howell Reeve (1890)
"... showing as it does the elements to be dealt with in seeking to change the mentality and mentalisms of a human being, nearly or entirely matured, ..."
2. Studies of a Biographer by Sir Leslie Stephen (1899)
"We fancied that if it ventured into broad daylight it would turn out to be mere commonplace disguised or made of moonshine and flimsy senti- mentalisms. ..."
3. Proceedings of the ... Annual Congress of Correction of the American by American Correctional Association (1894)
"The opinions, beliefs, conceptions, modes and lines of thought and reasoning are the mentalisms or outgrowths of the mentality. These limit and guide the ..."
4. The Metropolitan (1837)
"We put our regret hypothetical!y, seeing that we are not yet convinced in our own minds that German ultra-senti- mentalisms and German vapoury, ..."
5. Woman's Wrongs: A Counter-irritant by Gail Hamilton (1868)
"... to hear a woman declare that she cares nothing about politics and has all the rights she wants; men who are not deceived by the senti- mentalisms ..."