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[yoo ng-ker-duh m]
  1. the Junkers as a group.
  2. (sometimes lowercase) the condition or character of a Junker.
  3. (sometimes lowercase) the spirit or policy of the Junkers; Junkerism.
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Origin of Junkerdom

First recorded in 1865–70; Junker + -dom
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Historical Examples of junkerdom

  • It serves at home and abroad the interests of Junkerdom, capitalism, and militarism.

    Current History: A Monthly Magazine of the New York Times, May 1918


  • As such it not infrequently deteriorates into the idle sound and fury of Junkerdom, Chauvinism and Jingoism.

  • We need scarcely say the Prussian army has been the tool of Junkerdom and reaction ever since.

  • What will be the quality of the monarch and court and junkerdom that will face this awaking new Germany?

    What is Coming?

    H. G. Wells