Gandhiism

[ gahn-dee-iz-uhm, gan- ]
/ ˈgɑn diˌɪz əm, ˈgæn- /

noun

the principles associated with Mohandas Gandhi, especially his principles of noncooperation and passive resistance in gaining political and social reforms.

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Also Gan·dhism [gahn-diz-uhm, gan-]. /ˈgɑn dɪz əm, ˈgæn-/.
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Origin of Gandhiism

First recorded in 1920–25; Gandhi + -ism

OTHER WORDS FROM Gandhiism

Gan·dhi·ist, Gan·dhist [gahn-dist, gan-], /ˈgɑn dɪst, ˈgæn-/, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for Gandhiism

Gandhiism

Gandhism (ˈɡænˌdɪzəm)

/ (ˈɡændɪˌɪzəm) /

noun

the political principles of Mahatma Gandhi, esp civil disobedience and passive resistance as means of achieving reform
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