from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A word or phrase characteristic of English as spoken in India.
- n. Devotion to or preference for the people and culture of India.
- n. Devotion to traditional Native American culture or cultures.
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- n. a word or phrase in a form as spoken in India
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Brazilian "Indianism" reached its highest point perhaps in José Alencar's famous _Guarany_, which won for its author national reputation and achieved unprecedented success.
For New Delhi, the strong strain of anti-Indianism has certainly constrained its options.
The Nepali Congress and mainstream communist party, the United Marxist and Leninist faction, have used anti-Indianism to promote their politics.
With each experimentation, anti-Indianism has gone one to acquire greater potency as a factor in Nepali politics.
So when my husband asked me to make Ravioli for dinner, I tried to combine the traditional Italian ingredients with a touch of Indianism to the sauce, creating this Ravioli stuffed with Pesto sauce and ricotta cheese topped with a sauce made from saffron, cream and tomatoes!
They were more or less happy with the Westernized military taking over the state institutions as long as their own lives and fortunes were safe and comfortable, and they allowed themselves to be sold on a policy that placed anti-Indianism ahead of building democracy.
Anti-Indianism in Natal has become the passport for all European politicians seeking to aspire higher in the political world on the votes of the race-prejudiced electorate.
The reason is that Anglo-West Indianism, or rather Colonialism, is the creed of a few residents sharply divisible into two classes in the
This religious phase was immediately followed by that of Indianism suggested by Chateaubriand and Fenimore Cooper, which had its chief exponent in Goncalves Dias, a melodious lyricist.
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