Definitions

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  • n. Environmentalism.

Etymologies

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From green +‎ -ism.

Examples

  • He's clearly converted to 'greenism,' something he should have seen coming years ago.

    "He's totally eclipsed. Nothing he says is going to be important for anything that happens in the next 12 months. The speech is a nonevent."

  • The new grouping will not exist until after the next European election if Topolanek, hardly a homophobic anti-semite, comes to terms with Cameron's outdated greenism.

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  • Only instead of greenism ... she always whined that Pelosi was TOO CONSERVATIVE!!

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  • While reserving the right to challenge the national governing body's obsession with British football and boys in greenism, FP doesn't generally subscribe to the simplistic opinion, default for much of the Irish media, that the FAI is staffed by morons from whose actions spring all of the game's woes.

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  • That item in and of itself should be an indication that you are talking greenism through the kitchen door and are trying to end the process that has made the world so much wealthier.

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  • I think that with the current economy, greenism is about to go back into the closet and will stay out of sight for quite awhile again until conditions improve.

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  • While reserving the right to challenge its obsession with British football and boys in greenism, FP doesn't generally subscribe to the simplistic opinion, default for much of the Irish media, that the FAI is staffed by morons from whose actions spring all of the game's woes.

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  • The ultimate driver of greenism is puritanism; it is an ascetic, sackcloth and ashes philosophy which blames pleasure and comfort for the moral and practical destruction of mankind … and the planet.

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  • The various wars on drugs, sex and rock'n'roll are bedfellows of the war on comfort, economic development and real progress exemplified by greenism.

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