Origin of Bushido
Examples from the Web for bushido
Deep-rooted and powerful as is still the effect of Bushido, I have said that it is an unconscious and mute influence.
The present system of paying for every sort of service was not in vogue among the adherents of Bushido.
Bushido ordained that a knight was never to show either joy or anger.
She is running an obstacle race in which the silken garments of Bushido are likely to suffer considerable wear and tear.The Pacific Triangle|Sydney Greenbie
I have read it through and noticed that the reviewer speaks of Bushido very sarcastically.A Fantasy of Far Japan|Baron Kencho Suyematsu
British Dictionary definitions for bushido
Word Origin for Bushido
Word Origin and History for bushido
1898, from Japanese, said to mean literally "military-knight way."