Definition of Faddisms
1. faddism [n] - See also: faddism
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Faddisms
Literary usage of Faddisms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reminiscences by Justin McCarthy (1899)
"... conventional old England; and fanaticisms and faddisms do undoubtedly tend to make ordinary persons hold back from any movement which is disfigured by ..."
2. Voices of To-morrow: Critical Studies of the New Spirit in Literature by Edwin August Bjorkman (1913)
"In our search for causes capable of explaining this abrupt rise of a quiet thinker into world-circling fame it is of little use to speak of "faddisms" and ..."
3. Josef Holbrooke and His Work by George Lowe (1920)
"Naturally, concert promoters pander to these British "faddisms," for the box office must nearly always be their main concern, but, in the process, ..."
4. The Life and Campaigns of Alexander Leslie, First Earl of Leven by Charles Sanford Terry (1899)
"Republicanism, Communism, the political faddisms of Levellers and Fifth Monarchy men, such were the developments of what at the outset had been but a ..."
5. Borderland Studies: Miscellaneous Addresses and Essays Pertaining to by George Milbry Gould (1908)
"Not only the New Thought but these uncouth faddisms are generally based upon the healing business. Christian is the name of a "New Thought" periodical ..."