Definition of Separatisms
1. separatism [n] - See also: separatism
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Separatisms
Literary usage of Separatisms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dilemmas of Independence: Ukraine After Totalitarianism by Alexander J. Motyl (1993)
"In contrast, Serbian separatism in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina has been condemned universally, even though all these separatisms, ..."
2. Lives of the Fathers: Sketches of Church History in Biography by Frederic William Farrar (1889)
"Augustinus, odtr der trite entscheidende Kampf zwischen separatisms und Kirche, 2 vols. Elb. 1858. A brief sketch of the historic origin of the schism is ..."
3. The Christian Society by George Davis Herron (1894)
"Our Father, leaves no refuge for caste, but makes all separatisms, all withdrawal of man from fellowships, all enthronement of individual rights and ..."
4. The War Lords by Alfred George Gardiner (1915)
"It only means that it is overshadowed by a peril that has blotted out temporarily all the ordinary separatisms ..."
5. History of the Church in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries by Karl Rudolf Hagenbach, John Fletcher Hurst (1869)
"There was a continual contest with the Anabaptists and other parties who withdrew from the church (separatisms), and Pietism was reckoned by many people, ..."
6. Socializing the Three R's by Ruth Mary Weeks (1919)
"... each American boy and girl must be made to see that modern civilization has swept away the old boundaries and separatisms which we once knew; ..."