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Definition of "bushido" []

  • An ethical code of the samurai that was prevalent in feudal Japan that advocated unquestioning loyalty to the master at all costs and obedience in all deeds, valuing honor above life. (noun)

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  • "By virty, December 2, 2009 @ 11: 11 pm afterthought, um & ah ING, reminds me of that gutteral diaphram destroying taj mahal track of which the name totally escapes me and i’m too stuffed to rifle thru the vinyl. early 70’s? real animal and monosyllable like an elephant seal in bushido mode."
  • "In modern times the ethics of the bushi have been analysed under the name "bushido""
  • "In designing the Scouting program, Baden-Powell drew ideas from the Japanese warrior's code or "bushido", on the Victorian "ragged schools" movement, and the educational methods of Montessori."