Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to isms or an ism; addicted to isms or theories.

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Examples

  • While Fadlallah sometimes condemned suicide attacks, what had become standard procedure for Hezbollah set the template for the post-9/11 age of terror, and Fadlallah was one of its most char ismatic theorists.

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  • Cheney never ran a political campaign, but when it came to the base he was very char, ismatic and fired them up.

    Choice Of Biden Signals Vigorous Debate With GOP On Foreign Policy, But There Are Risks

  • This is an age apparently determined to debard the Bard, who has been called names like "a black hole ... a verbocrat" by scholars who are burying him under a lava flow of deconstructionism, new historicism, neo-Marxism, genderism and other ismatic attacks.

    Shakespeare, As You Like It

  • Bernice leaned forward, pouring her psychic energy into the younger woman until she was enfolded in Bernice's char - ismatic power.

    Second Skin

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