- the beliefs or practices of a vegetarian.
Origin of vegetarianism
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But this is your music becoming songs about vegetarianism, songs about sexual...Bigmouth Strikes Again: Smiths Bassist Andy Rourke Tells All
October 13, 2013
Continues her family's crusade on fashion, with a segment on McCartney's vegetarianism.Chelsea Clinton Takes NBC Reporting to the Next Level, Interviews Stella McCartney
Misty White Sidell
June 19, 2013
And surveys show that the prevalence of vegetarianism among eating-disorder patients is higher than in the general population.
“In most of our patients, the vegetarianism is in the service of the eating disorder,” she said.
Hungry Beast caught up with Deborah to talk about Buddhism, vegetarianism, and what she eats when she eats alone.The Dalai Lama's Veggie Revolution
August 11, 2009
An allusion to the vegetarianism of the Pythagoreans and others.The Apologia and Florida of Apuleius of Madaura
There is to me an odd pathos in the literature of vegetarianism.Expository Writing
Mervin James Curl
If vegetarianism opposes the overeating of an animal diet, it is right.Woman and Socialism
There is one point that vegetarianism has not satisfactorily answered as yet.Fletcherism
There are many standpoints, however, from which the subject of vegetarianism may be discussed.Encyclopedia of Diet
- the principle or practice of excluding all meat and fish, and sometimes, in the case of vegans, all animal products (such as eggs, cheese, etc) from one's diet
Word Origin and History for vegetarianism
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- The practice of subsisting on a diet composed primarily or wholly of vegetables, grains, fruits, nuts, and seeds, with or without eggs and dairy products.
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