OTHER WORDS FROM chauvinistchau·vin·is·tic [shoh-vuh-nis-tik] /ˌʃoʊ vəˈnɪs tɪk/ adjective
How to use chauvinist in a sentence
It has split the ranks of feminists and inspired a grotesque but much-commented manifesto by unrepentant chauvinists.France’s New Prostitution Law Targets Johns, Ignites National Debate|Christopher Dickey|December 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jerry may deride liberals Zionists as ethnic chauvinists or fantasists enthralled to an illusory peace process.
But he failed to make the connection that chauvinists invariably objectify women and view them as unequal.
But for the minority, which included both our pacifists and our chauvinists, it was either too much or too little.
Neither our pacifists nor our chauvinists really succeeded in diagnosing Germany.
The chauvinists, the nationalists, &c., are men who have collectively an affection for war and carnage.
It is, no doubt, the peculiar composition of this force that has aroused the apprehensions of French chauvinists.
Even there, as we have seen, results did not fully correspond to the high hopes entertained by the German Chauvinists.The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.)|John Holland Rose