[toot-n-iz-uh m, tyoot-]
Also Teu·ton·i·cism [too-ton-uh-siz-uh m, tyoo-] /tuˈtɒn əˌsɪz əm, tyu-/.
Origin of Teutonism
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Examples from the Web for teutonism
There was a time when Teutonism played a great role in our national life.The Coming Conquest of England
For Austria to pursue further its policy of Teutonism is madness.
No, we've fallen a prey to the glamour of Teutonism, and of being expedient and Hunnish.Sylvia & Michael
It was a time when the least hint of Teutonism carried the stench of death to British nostrils.
It was a pity, but the Americans were not to blame if the very intonation of a Teutonism made their ears tingle.
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- German society or civilization
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