- n. The state or quality of being un-American.
- un-American + -ness (Wiktionary)
“The word "foreign" occurs three times in this ad -- perhaps an effort to turn the GOP's attacks on Obama's supposed un-Americanness on their head by hitting Republican trade policy as anti-American-worker.”
“What I meant to say was "friendly chit-chats" with Congresspeople to gauge their un-Americanness.”
“The parallels between the summer of 2008 and the summer of 2009 are unmistakable: the heated, hate-filled rowdiness, the lack of civility, the same accusations of un-Americanness, the anger, hatred, and noise, the empty rhetoric, the sheer ugliness.”
“Knowing chanson and French symbolist poetry only pushed me over the edge of un-Americanness.”
“So, from the historical ignorance, the hatred for American tradition and capitalism, the desire to execute those that disagree with him, we see in Tom Degan the essential un-Americanness exhibited by the left in America today.”
“There's nothing at all to rival the Swift-boating of Kerry in 2004, the imputations of un-Americanness to Dukakis in”
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