[ loh-koh-foh-koh-iz-uhm ]
/ ˌloʊ koʊˈfoʊ koʊˌɪz əm /
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noun (sometimes lowercase)
the doctrines of the Locofocos.
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How to use Locofocoism in a sentence
But it is clear that Birney and his associates sold themselves to Locofocoism, and they will doubtless receive their reward.