Related formspa·ro·chi·al·ist, nounpa·ro·chi·al·i·za·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for parochialism
Attributing the last four years to either Republicans or Democrats is myopic American parochialism.
Ethanol is a case study of how parochialism trumps progress in Congress.
He preaches, he also displays fine perception of the parochialism of the British political career.Instigations|Ezra Pound
They have not lost the quaint simplicity of their parochialism, to become national if not cosmopolitan.The Cornwall Coast|Arthur L. Salmon
But there had always been a frankly cosmopolitan spirit in Browning,—no touch of parochialism or insularity.A Day with Browning|Anonymous
But the time had come when this parochialism of labour in Ireland was to end.Ireland Since Parnell|Daniel Desmond Sheehan
It is because of our insecurity and fear that we develop these defensive attitudes of parochialism and churchism.Herein is Love|Reuel L. Howe