Related formsTao·ist, noun, adjectiveTao·is·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for taoism
Thus gradually Taoism lost its early simple characteristics associated with the name of Lao Tz.China and the Chinese|Herbert Allen Giles
The highest point in Taoism—as in Buddhism—is, however, the absolute negation of all feeling.The Chinese Fairy Book|Various
But the chief contribution of Taoism to Asiatic life has been in the realm of aesthetics.
The rivalry of Taoism was only an instance of that imitation which is the sincerest flattery.
Zen was often opposed to the precepts of orthodox Buddhism even as Taoism was opposed to Confucianism.
British Dictionary definitions for taoism
Derived FormsTaoist, noun, adjectiveTaoistic, adjective
Culture definitions for taoism
A religion native to China. Its adherents attempt to live according to the Tao — the “Way,” which they believe governs the universe.