the distinctive character, thought, tendencies, etc., of the Victorian period.
an instance or example of such thought, tendencies, etc.
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How to use Victorianism in a sentence
The remnants of early Victorianism cling persistently to Engels.Landmarks of Scientific Socialism | Friedrich Engels
To them the restrictions of Victorianism would be as intolerable as its pleasures would be insipid.While I Remember | Stephen McKenna
He cleared the air of Continental politics in the years of late Victorianism.The German Emperor as Shown in his Public Utterances | Christian Gauss
Still further to qualify the Victorianism which he was heir to, Borrow took over something from the insinuating Sterne.George Borrow | Edward Thomas
Like Rhoda, no doubt, they felt her reality through her mid-Victorianism.Christmas Roses and Other Stories | Anne Douglas Sedgwick