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- adj. Of or pertaining to chauvinism or chauvinists.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. fanatically patriotic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or characterized by chauvinism; fanatically devoted to any cause.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to persons convinced of the superiority of their own gender or kind
- adj. fanatically patriotic
Funny how we are so. .whattaya call it ... chauvinistic might be a good word ... that when some of us read 'foreigner', all that's thought of is folks from North of the Border -- and South of that other Border, the one way up north.
In the quest for equality, many now demonize chivalrous acts as chauvinistic, which is quite sad.
I used to be called a chauvinistic pig for carrying that magazine in my car ...
And of course not western females who I could bounce jokes off and expect to be called a chauvinistic asshole but polite girls who just smiled a lot because they either didn't understand what I said or … um … were just polite.
In the tradition of the classic Harry and Louise commercials, two people (whom I will call "Gary and Bernice" who are both possibly members of the Pro-Life Action League and who could have probably been sighted at the gates of Notre Dame when Obama delivered the university's commencement) talk about how government is willing to pay for abortions but not a husband's surgery (kind of chauvinistic, if you ask me).
The Left says the Buy American campaigns are "chauvinistic" and only support the corporations that are killing us and stand in the way of "International Solidarity".
"Women are very feminine, and it's wrong to see them fighting," he said, to interjections of "chauvinistic" from women MPs.
But it is not so; for the thing that we constantly designate as 'chauvinistic' education; for example among the French people, is nothing other than extreme emphasis on the greatness of France in all the fields of culture, or, as the Frenchman puts it, of 'civilization.'
This kind of chauvinistic neglect happens all the time.
Some of the girls wore pink T-shirts with the legend "I only kiss boys who say yes" while other campaign members refused to wear the 'chauvinistic' shirts.