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Definition of Faddism
1. inclination to take up fads [n -S]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Faddism
Literary usage of Faddism
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Duty of Imperial Thinking: And Other Chapters on Themes Worth While by William Lonsdale Watkinson (1906)
"... XX faddism IN FAITH AND CHARACTER That we may be no longer children, tossed to and fro and carried about with every wind of doctrine.—EPS. iv. 14. ..."
2. Aspects of Child Life and Education by Granville Stanley Hall (1921)
"As imitation takes on the character of faddism in adolescence, the girls give this motive oftener than the boys. Boys, too, exceed slightly in the love of ..."
3. The Medical and Surgical Reporter (1895)
"Strike at the circulation and bleed the foreign faddism from our (the patient's) circulatory apparatus. Regenerated blood will course through the sluggish ..."
4. The Boston Cooking School Magazine of Culinary Science and Domestic Economics by Mass Boston Cooking School (Boston, Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.) (1914)
"Dr. Woods Hutchinson is the implacable enemy of faddism in all the affairs of life especially of the faddism that concerns itself with what we eat and drink ..."
5. The New Democracy: A Political Study by William Jethro Brown (1899)
"... a small number of members has the ad- imputation n ^ r- i TIT swer to the ditional merit of removing objections based on the dangers of faddism. ..."