OTHER WORDS FROM localismlo·cal·ist, nounlo·cal·is·tic, adjective
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How to use localism in a sentence
It’s come at a cost for our sense of community, and it may take a new localism to tame America’s vicious political and cultural polarization.
Rights preserved localism, rather than promoting individualism.
Let him whose own enunciation is chemically free from localism or slovenliness cast the first stone even at "mebbe" and "ruther."America To-day, Observations and Reflections|William Archer
Under primitive conditions the political groups are small, the tendency to localism exceedingly strong.Language|Edward Sapir
The various bodies into which Christendom has been split up are infected with the same sort of localism as infects the state.Our Lady Saint Mary|J. G. H. Barry
As New England township life grew up around the church, so western localism finds its nucleus in the school system.The Farmer and His Community|Dwight Sanderson
Before you began to talk, I had been fancying that the vice of our journalism was its intense localism.A Modern Instance|William Dean Howells