Related formspseu·do·am·a·teur·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for amateurism
Thorpe was immediately defended around the world as a scapegoat to the elitist—and already hollow—code of amateurism.
By 1982 the Olympic ideal of amateurism was as good as dead.
But in every branch of politics and some departments of science it was an age of amateurism.England and Germany|Emile Joseph Dillon
Exclamation points must be used sparingly: a row of three or four of them at the end of a sentence is a sign of amateurism.Short Story Writing|Charles Raymond Barrett