Definition of Babuism

1. the influence of Indian gentlemen [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Babuism

baboons
baboos
baboosh
babooshes
babooshka
babooshkas
babouche
babouches
baboushka
baboushkas
babu
babuche
babuches
babudom
babudoms
babuism (current term)
babuisms
babul
babuls
babus
babushka
babushkas
baby's bed
baby's breath
baby's dummy
baby's room
baby's tears
baby-boom generation
baby-care

Literary usage of Babuism

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1. Intellectual and Political Currents in the Far East by Paul Samuel Reinsch (1911)
"Even in these the writers often manifest a surprising mastery of English, but it is here that the babuism flourishes, — an exotic English phrasing colored ..."

2. School: A Monthly Record of Educational Thought and Progress by Laurie Magnus, Robert Binney Lattimer (1906)
"The former system led to what may be called " babuism," and resulted in an enormous increase of office work. That education during the past fifty years has ..."

3. Proceedings by Royal Central Asian Society (1908)
"... from what he had said that the problems confronting the new Administration were many and grave. There was, to begin with, the problem of babuism. ..."

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