from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An improper form of
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun See
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Being a little too self-critical, N. People come here for your wide-ranging wit and sharp line in electicism.
Hindus, underwent essential modifications, and gave birth to a kind of electicism, which became later an important element in the development of
The full extent of neo-classical electicism is to be seen in the engravings in Thomas Hope's Household
With parliamentary opposition stretching from Andrew Rosindell, the Right-wing Tory MP for Romford, to Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell on Labour's hard Left, there is a similar electicism to the refuseniks outside Westminster.