Example sentences for: jingoism

How can you use “jingoism” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Greed, liquor, jingoism, and bad taste.

  • This sort of jingoism is unworthy of "News Quiz" players, who might charitably have pointed out how graciously the English have transformed themselves from a ruthless imperial power into a vast island museum that still believes itself to be a ruthless imperial power.

  • It was caused by "a poisonous mix of greed, liquor, jingoism, and bad taste," writes Frank Hannigan, the group's former executive director.

  • It might, however, be possible to resist the grossest forms of jingoism.

  • There is, of course, an easily crossed line between confident optimism and arrogant jingoism, and that line was sometimes crossed--by Reagan himself and by many others--in the '80s (just as it was, much more disastrously, by many Democrats in the '60s).


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