the principles or practices of Whigs.
- Also Whig·ger·y [hwig-uh-ree, wig-]. /ˈʰwɪg ə ri, ˈwɪg-/.
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How to use Whiggism in a sentence
His Whiggism is so bigoted, and his Christianity so fierce, that he almost disgusts one with two very good things!'Hugh Miller | William Keith Leask
It calls for no reopening of the long-hushed controversy between Democracy and Whiggism.
He might still call himself a Whig, and exult in the growth of Whiggism.Swift | Leslie Stephen
His early admiration of Fox, of Whiggism, and Reform, was the rapture of an innamorato.
Toryism scarcely thanks him for fighting its battles; Whiggism abhors him.Leading Articles on Various Subjects | Hugh Miller