The quality or state of being parochial; especially: selfish pettiness or narrowness (as of interests, opinions, or views).(noun)
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Use "parochialism" in a sentence
""I've been very disappointed by what I'd call the parochialism of Sen. Reid's approach to his job and his responsibilities," Broder said."
"And unlike most oil execs, he's showing a dash of introspection, writing a new book called "Why We Hate the Oil Companies," in which he denounces the "parochialism" of the industry as well as politicians '"hollow" promises of energy independence."
"Behind this cuddly facade and their token English members lies a bigoted, anti-English, parochialism which is epitomised by Ms Grahame and Jim 'my favourite word is imperialism' Slavery."