Words nearby jingoism
OTHER WORDS FROM jingoismjin·go·ish, adjectivejin·go·ist, noun, adjectivejin·go·is·tic, adjectivejin·go·is·ti·cal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for jingoism
Visiting China, you are struck, sometimes troubled, by sentiments you hear that come close to jingoism.
The embassy response was a good example of this jingoism on the cheap.
The paranoid anti-communism of the Palmer Raids, in other words, represented an inversion of the jingoism spawned by war.
As most of those used in Canada are manufactured in the United States, the jingoism they reveal arouses constant anger.The Affable Stranger|Peter McArthur
And Jingoism became in the mouths of the Liberals a keen weapon of satire.Beacon Lights of History, Volume X|John Lord
A wonderful amount of stale Jingoism was afterwards swept up by the caretakers from the floor.
The insincere propaganda of jingoism as a mere weapon of attack on the President was diabolic.The Letters of William James, Vol. II|William James
Jingoism, a sort of swell bucket-shop business—you know the tone.The Message|Alec John Dawson