Definition of jingoism in English:

jingoism

Syllabification: jin·go·ism
Pronunciation: /ˈjiNGgōˌizəm
 
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noun

chiefly • derogatory

Derivatives

jingoist

noun
More example sentences
  • There are the jingoists, the nationalists who just would want the Australian cricket side to win anything they ever enter.
  • That would benefit everyone except Chirac and the other jingoists.
  • It's easy to dismiss the jingoists, the English-only paranoiacs, the self-appointed culture police.

jingoistic

Pronunciation: /ˌjiNGgōˈistik/
adjective
More example sentences
  • However, my reasons for ‘liking Canada’ have nothing to do with jingoistic flag-waving, or even my penchant for French logging men.
  • Aside from a few jingoistic platitudes, a bit of narrative hand-waving to set up the slaughter, there's little or no justification for anything.
  • And a jingoistic streak is markedly visible during the football match between the two traditional rival teams, Mohun Bagan and East Bengal.

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