from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
- Resembling or having the qualities of Jingoism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who is jingoistic; a bellicose patriot; an extreme bellicose nationalist; an aggressive chauvinist.
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- noun One who advocates an
aggressive nationalism; one who vociferously supports a nation's military aims.
Jingoistic; extremely supportive of warlikeforeign policy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun an extreme bellicose nationalist
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The term "jingoist;" or its equivalent, was applied to Washington and Henry, to Jefferson and Jackson.
When are Orwells sheep ever going to figure out the jingoist crap, mere words, are being used to make rubes of them?
During World War I he wrote a jingoist poem “Hymn of Hate against England” that swept Germany.
Letting this Luntizian jingoist crap frame your brains.
Apparently Looney Luntzs rotational resistors had a short and the same old folks as before didnt have knobs not of their own, to twist when some jingoist thought echoed about the sheeply tiny pink globs existing within their cavernous cephalic
As opposed to the jingoist neocons who want to export the wonders of American capitalism, abortion, liberalism, and Starbucks all over the face of the earth.
John Yoo is a jingoist lawyer at the unfortunate cross-hairs of a very bad decision.
I remember the jingoist phrase that ‘We cant switch leaders in the time of war’
Gross points to two key moments in the twentieth century American history of racial and gender identity occurring initially when racial identity trials shifted from more routine adjudications of ancestry to intense contests about science and performance, and subsequently when jingoist and nativist movements ignited efforts to define the boundaries of citizenship racially.