Example sentences for: jingoistic

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

  • The notoriously jingoistic Sun , which has never before shown even a hint of friendship toward Japan, published an editorial promising "a new era of better relations between our two countries."

  • Slezak's argument is that without the queen, Australia "would be a nation of jingoistic, sentimental flag-wavers.

  • At the annual Conservative Party conference in Britain, former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher made what the conservative Times called a "jingoistic" speech blaming all Britain's problems in the last 60 years on continental Europe."

  • or “Though the Enemy Be Tens of Thousands Strong” seems excessively belligerent today, we should not forget jingoistic attitudes in Europe and America at the time.

  • Jingoistic pride thwarted past proposed international mergers, and led to quotas, tariffs and overcapacity at many auto plants worldwide.


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