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View synonyms for Romanism

Romanism

[ roh-muh-niz-uhm ]

noun

, Disparaging.


Romanism

/ ˈrəʊməˌnɪzəm /

noun

  1. Roman Catholicism, esp when regarded as excessively or superstitiously ritualistic


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Word History and Origins

Origin of Romanism1

First recorded in 1665–75; Roman + -ism
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Example Sentences

It is such a delightful mixture of vagueness and cock-sureness, and even more picturesque than Romanism.

Cardinal Wiseman, in his beautiful tale of Fabiola, attempts to rehabilitate the primitive ages in the garb of modern Romanism.

It looked toward the breaking down of all barriers; it gave Romanism an outright recognition.

The sixteenth century was a period of reform, theological discussions, and warfare with Romanism.

The Monsignor was very sociable and communicative, and gave much information about Romanism, its usages and dignitaries.

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