Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to hegemonism.

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Examples

  • African National Congress government of a "hegemonistic" policy of deploying its cadres in all state and parastatal organisations.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • These are countries whose munificence keeps Pakistan going and, more importantly, they have contributed significantly to making Pakistan's militarily machines strong enough to challenge India's alleged 'hegemonistic' designs.

    Asian Tribune

  • We hereby advise the U.S. government to take concrete actions to improve its human rights conditions, check and rectify its acts in the human rights field, and stop the hegemonistic deeds of using human rights issues to interfere in other countries' internal affairs, the report said.

    China issues report criticizing U.S. human rights

  • The hegemonistic attitude on the Indian side is apparent through the Indian media.

    Ties that bind: Nepal, India and China

  • He claimed sometimes it includes hegemonistic totalitarian groups bent on taking over the world.

    Poll: More Favor Congressional Defunding Of War Than Oppose It

  • And then you say quoting other statistics from other wars against hegemonistic enemies is a smokescreen?

    Poll: More Favor Congressional Defunding Of War Than Oppose It

  • He took on a former Congress Party totem, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, independent India's first federal Home (Interior) Minister, who the RSS and BJP has appropriated for his reportedly hardline, Hindu hegemonistic views.

    Pinaki Bhattacharya: Travails of Writing Revisionist History

  • Outpouring of hegemonistic diatribe during the Heeh's imbroglio has further petrified it.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • LIU: India has denounced the "" hegemonistic '' attitudes of America and China in the aftermath of the summit.

    'Information Is Power'

  • The acceptance of heavy loans with hegemonistic preconditions and instructions from the loan-givers, many believe, has not but helped to further impoverish the Nepalis.

    Workers��� Plight

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