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- n. The system or practice of a cult.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The pedantic style of composition affected by the cultists.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. religious zeal; the willingness to serve God
- n. devotion to the doctrine or a cult or to the practices of a cult
George Bush looked great to a lot of people in 2000 and I probably would like a beer with Obama rather than Hillary, but there's too much at stake to fall for the 'cultism' of Obama.
Traditional rulers have been urged to enlighten and educate their subjects against involvement in vices such as cultism, insurance scheme for Jamaican coffee farmers, whose fields have been without coverage for more than five years after
Here, therefore, in far more detail than any routine allegation of "cultism" conveys, are no fewer than ten of this AGW ideology's very specific characteristics ...
That's fine -- that kind of cultism is everywhere in the American Idiocracy, and I've got my "delete" key fired up and ready to go).
It is quite literally cultism delirium in my view.
As we have seen with global warming cultism and recent revelations of data fraud, the “mainstream” can be artificially created.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson (fascist) world class cultism what, this scoring system allows a D grade? it is deficient.
But we should we also take it upon ourselves, in our homes, schools and even places of worship, to address and expose cultism and give our children, parents and teachers the tools to combat it.
When we get serious about thwarting cult recruiters we will expose those techniques of persuasion and prepare our young people with the tools to combat cultism.
The Democrats won a big victory by default, then squandered it when it turned out they had nothing to offer but ideological hubris and personality cultism.