Definition of Nepotisms

1. Noun. (plural of nepotism) ¹



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Definition of Nepotisms

1. nepotism [n] - See also: nepotism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nepotisms

nephrotrophic
nephrotropic
nephrotuberculosis
nephroureterectomy
nephroureterocystectomy
nephs
nephthytis
nepiology
nepionic
nepit
nepitella
nepits
nepotal
nepotic
nepotism
nepotisms (current term)
nepotist
nepotistic
nepotistical
nepotistically
nepotists
nepovirus
neprilysin
neps
nepskoeite
neptune
neptunian
neptunicentric
neptunist
neptunite

Literary usage of Nepotisms

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1. The Causes and Course of Organic Evolution: A Study of Bioenergics by John Muirhead Macfarlane (1918)
"... and nepotisms, and enable them to place in power men pledged to peace, progress, and true economy. So that noblest benediction of Christ to humanity, ..."

2. The Book of the Sonnet by Leigh Hunt, S Adams Lee (1867)
"At such gnats was the Papal throat made to strain, while it swallowed camels, by the dozen, of nepotisms and bad faith. The great, and what was at first ..."

3. The Gate Beautiful: Being Principles and Methods in Vital Art Education by John Ward Stimson (1903)
"Then, too often, our politics (by shufflings, wire-pullings, nepotisms and tricks) disastrously install sly sycophants and incompetents, in posts of power ..."

4. A Sketch of the Life and Writings of Robert Knox, the Anatomist by Henry Lonsdale (1870)
"Whig commissions, Tory shams, scientific coteries and nepotisms, Town Council " worthies," professorial intrigues, ..."

5. The Church and the Churches: Or, The Papacy and the Temporal Power : an by Johann Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger, William Bernard MacCabe (1862)
"... the great" and " small" nepotisms. In the former, Popes wished to found large principalities for their families; in the latter, which began 1 " Relaz. ..."

6. Walks in Rome by Augustus John Cuthbert Hare (1900)
"... the head within, the feet without, red with the flames of hell. ' Le pontificat de Nicolas III. est 1'archetype elu nepotisms, devenu depuis ..."

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