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Whiggism

[ hwig-iz-uhm, wig- ]
/ ˈʰwɪg ɪz əm, ˈwɪg- /
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noun
the principles or practices of Whigs.
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Also Whig·ger·y [hwig-uh-ree, wig-]. /ˈʰwɪg ə ri, ˈwɪg-/.

Origin of Whiggism

First recorded in 1660–70; Whig + -ism
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