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  • adv. In a jingoistic manner.

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Examples

  • Last week, Pakistan Defence reported rather jingoistically on the arrest of 26 crime bosses whom “no one could touch during the rule of the previous government.”

    Organized Crime News: Ruslana Kornushova, Rosario Gangemi, the Tamil Tigers « Skid Roche

  • What we have is exactly the scenario that General Van Riper has suggested — a SECDEF more militaristic than his military leaders, more jingoistically ideological than any flag officer, and unwilling to listen to facts.

    Think Progress » VIDEO: 8th General Calls For Rumsfeld’s Resignation

  • Many have dual degrees in CS, and I jingoistically assume their rise is because of this ;

    How would *you* strengthen science in the U.S.? - The Panda's Thumb

  • But this was important to me, Howie, that I went in journalistically, not jingoistically, and I-- you know, the role of the reporter is to be an honest broker of information insofar as that's possible.

    CNN Transcript Mar 2, 2003

  • Do you think that the haste with which we in the US go to war and jingoistically support it is influenced by the fact that we haven't had a major war-like event on American soil since the mid-1800s?

    digg.com: Top News

  • He talks jingoistically and nobody other than kool-aid drinking Liberals are going to believe it for a minute.

    CTV BritishColumbiaHome

  • As for the other sixteen, ten were never tabbed to lead a team in what we tend, perhaps jingoistically, call the big leagues.

    Faith and Fear in Flushing

  • Perhaps takeover talk doesn't count in the real world, but the workers who worry about their jobs and the commentators, who jingoistically lobbied to keep an iconic company British, can be excused for thinking they have more spine than Cadbury's own directors.

    BNET Articles

  • So whether it's me jingoistically romping through Manhattan or Rooney realigning himself with the wrath of his youth we English are a fierce breed.

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

  • "... at Heaven's command," Chamcha carolled through lips turned jingoistically redwhiteblue by the cold, "arooooose from out the aaaazure main."

    The Satanic Verses

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