Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A German practice or idiom; a Germanism.
  • noun German character or civilization.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Teutonic or Germanic character, type, ideas, spirit, peculiarities, etc.
  • noun An idiom or expression peculiar to the Teutonic peoples; a German idiom or peculiarity.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun the German character or way of life
  • noun a German figure of speech; a Germanism

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Examples

  • Anti-Teutonism is the anti-Semitism of the elite: Check out this hilariously biased NYT article slurring a German-speaking Swiss patriot who works tirelessly to preserve Switzerland's unique (and remarkably successful) national character.

    Archive 2002-03-17

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    Anti-Teutonism is the anti-Semitism of the elite

  • Anti-Teutonism is the anti-Semitism of the elite: Check out this hilariously biased NYT article slurring a German-speaking Swiss patriot who works tirelessly to preserve Switzerland's unique (and remarkably successful) national character.

    Anti-Teutonism is the anti-Semitism of the elite

  • Its widest and most elementary character is adumbrated in the word Teutonism or Pan-Germanism; and with this (which was what appeared to win in 1870) we had better begin.

    The Crimes of England

  • Barop himself smiled at their "Teutonism" but indulged it, and it was stimulated by some of the teachers, especially the magnificent Zeller, so full of vigour and joy in existence.

    The Story of My Life

  • Barop himself smiled at their "Teutonism" but indulged it, and it was stimulated by some of the teachers, especially the magnificent Zeller, so full of vigour and joy in existence.

    The Story of My Life — Complete

  • Barop himself smiled at their "Teutonism" but indulged it, and it was stimulated by some of the teachers, especially the magnificent Zeller, so full of vigour and joy in existence.

    The Story of My Life — Volume 03

  • Barop himself smiled at their "Teutonism" but indulged it, and it was stimulated by some of the teachers, especially the magnificent Zeller, so full of vigour and joy in existence.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works

  • Comparing the professor's concern about "Teutonism" with his unconcern about Belgium, I can only reach the following result: "A man need not keep a promise he has made.

    New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1 From the Beginning to March, 1915 With Index

  • Comparing the Professor's concern about "Teutonism" with his unconcern about Belgium, I can only reach the following result: "A man need not keep a promise he has made.

    The Barbarism of Berlin

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