Related formsan·ti·na·tion·al·ism, nounnon·na·tion·al·ism, nounpro·na·tion·al·ism, nounsem·i·na·tion·al·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for nationalism
Individual governments took the lead, bankrolling most of the process in the name of competition and nationalism.Luxembourg and China Team Up on Private Mission to the Moon|Matthew R. Francis|October 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Btw, I'm not a fan of nationalism but happy Swiss day to you anyway.
MZ and her siblings were raised nothing, really, except to be skeptical about nationalism and organized religion.
Even in the smallest of Indian locales, the divisions of geography and nationalism are played out on a micro scale.
But properly channeled, nationalism and patriotism are matters of the heart that cut to our deepest ideas of who we are.
Nationalism, as Nietzsche says, "has in France corrupted character, and in Germany has corrupted spirit and taste."Romain Rolland|Stefan Zweig
It may be this apparent miracle that has apparently made Nationalism eternal.A Short History of England|G. K. Chesterton
Nationalism, its fate in the Constitutional Convention, 161.The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Vol. 1 (of 2)|Jefferson Davis
Washington's Nationalism is promptly and skillfully brought into the foreground.The Life of John Marshall Volume 3 of 4|Albert J. Beveridge
To reconcile internationalism and nationalism was sheer impossible.The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference|Emile Joseph Dillon
British Dictionary definitions for nationalism
Derived Formsnationalist, noun, adjectivenationalistic, adjective
Culture definitions for nationalism
The strong belief that the interests of a particular nation-state are of primary importance. Also, the belief that a people who share a common language, history, and culture should constitute an independent nation, free of foreign domination.